Dissociative identity disorder: Britain

31 01 2010

“Dissociative identity disorder (DID) is a psychiatric diagnosis that describes a condition in which a single person displays multiple distinct identities or personalities (known as alter egos or alters), each with its own pattern of perceiving and interacting with the environment.”

from Wiki

If Britain was a human, She’d be suffering from the above disorder.

Take a wander through the many diverse streets in London and see 100 different national flags flying from the flats overhead.  The Government and their agencies all tell us that is a joy for us to live in such a vibrant and colourful place and we plebs should bask in the glories of this division.

If this was so grand though, shouldn’t we holding hands and singing Kumbaya?  And why the hell would we need a multi-million-pound race relation industry monitoring us if this is ‘natural’?

Of course you know the answer but when so many tell you the same lie, it is difficult to dissent, for no-one likes to be labelled a bigot.  But this isn’t about bigotry, and most if not all wish no one harm based on the shade of their skin, it is simply that the tolerance is running low.  The Establishment since 1945 have slowly been eroding our identity and communities sowing division where there shouldn’t be any.

And if the Establishment succeed in ridding Britain of Her Patriots, then it will only be a matter of time before She is finally carted off to the Mental Asylum with the European Union keeping watch.

So do your Nation a favour and vote BNP.  What’s the worse that could happen?

No offence intended to those suffering from this terrible infliction on the mind.

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