Is Libertarianism inseparable from the cause of upholding the British Nation? Roderick Moore writes a re-appraisal of British History…


…on a Grand Canvas. I personally agree with him.

Libertarian Alliance Showcase Publication No 1:

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Here’s how he begins. Readers will be familiar with the Gramscian deconstruction of (especially) British history, for nefarious and anti-liberal purposes.

Please remember that Moore was writing in 2001, and matters have moved much, much further down into the cesspit, as indeed he predicted:-

In the next few years, the debate about Britain’s membership of

the European Union is likely to intensify, as Euroscepticism gradually

grows in strength and the Eurofanatics start getting desperate.

It would be wise for us to anticipate the kind of arguments

that the Eurofanatics are likely to use against us, and prepare our

defences.

 

 

Their main propaganda tactic will probably be to attempt

to destroy our morale by persuading us that Britain is not

worth fighting for, because we have got nothing to be proud of in

our history and everything to be ashamed of – in other words,

they will step up the smear campaign against Britain which the

Guardian-reading intellectual elite have already been waging for

the last forty years.

 

 

As Oliver Cromwell once said, a good soldier should know what

he is fighting for and love what he knows. That also applies to

the war of ideas. Before we can regain our national independence,

we have to regain our national pride, and before we

can regain our national pride, we have to rescue our history from

the smears and distortions of the socialist intellectual establishment.

 

 

This essay is intended to be a small step towards that

goal. In it, I propose to examine some of the most important

events in British history and attempt to vindicate our reputation as

a nation.

 

THE BRITISH EMPIRE

 

“Perhaps the noblest task of the popular historian should be

to make us ashamed of our forefathers … now that the hilarious

residue of the White Man’s Burden has been chased

out of the reading books of schoolboys.”

(Dennis Potter, 1967. Quoted in James 1994, p. 602)

Dennis Potter was one of the few men in Britain who could use

more words than Neil Kinnock to say even less…..

 

…….so read more here:-

 

http://www.libertarian.co.uk/lapubs/histn/histn039.pdf

 

A half-hour trip into any British State secondary school, by which age the child-inmates are thoroughly deconstructed historically, will confrim the truth of what he says.

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2 responses to “Is Libertarianism inseparable from the cause of upholding the British Nation? Roderick Moore writes a re-appraisal of British History…

  1. Their main propaganda tactic will probably be to attempt to destroy our morale by persuading us that Britain is not worth fighting for, because we have got nothing to be proud of in our history and everything to be ashamed of – in other words, they will step up the smear campaign against Britain which the Guardian-reading intellectual elite have already been waging for the last forty years.

    Close, but not correct as it’s turned out. The actual tactic is to persuade us that we have nothing to be proud of about modern Britain, hence the deluge of reportage that we are a nation of useless, fat, “binge drinking” scum, the promotion of a lawless atmosphere on our streets (constantly reminding teenagers that it’s the in-thing to kick people to death) and so on, and the constant looking to the elysian fields of a european “cafe society” etc ad nauseam.

    That’s why it’s so important for libertarians, conservatives, and other non-socialists to keep a level head and not join in the dismal chorus of doom. By declaring Britain to be a failed state, they sap our will to fight for what we have been led to believe is already lost.

    We have to remember that it would only take a single parliament of good character to pull everything back. What they have constructed over a century of painstaking incrementalism could be struck from the statute books within a year. And what they have destroyed would recover.

  2. In answer to your question: No.

    All that upholding the ‘British Nation’ will do is to give a slightly different bunch of the ruling class more power over us.

    Libertarians need to get over nationalism, it is just a form of collectivism used by the ruling classes to persuade us that we should do as they say. This is especially true of British nationalism which was invented in the 19th Century.