The Reality of Borderless Britain

June 24, 2019

 

Two stories bring to light the realities of borderless Britain in 2019. Firstly, there is the announcement that outsourcing giants Serco and Mears are to be awarded £2.9 Billion worth of contracts from the government to house the influx of "asylum seekers".

 

This is an extension of reforms in 2012, which stripped local authorities of any power or say over the housing of asylum seekers in their areas, and instead handed lucrative, taxpayer-funded contracts to private multinationals to enforce government mass immigration policy.

 

The second story is the fiasco surrounding the outsourcing of the London Underground rolling stock. In November last year it was outsourced to German multinational conglomerate Siemens, and it has now emerged that the majority of the new tube trains will be built in Austria. The British taxpayer will be funding a significant number of jobs on the continent to the tune of some £1.5 Billion while our own industries are starved of investment.


These two stories embody the realities of borderless, de-nationalised, service sector Britain come 2019. A Britain where national authority has collapsed and the government has made an ideological retreat from its most basic functions: the maintenance of secure borders, basic infrastructure and core industry.

 

The collapse of civil society and any pretence of objective national media ensures however that these things are unspoken of; instead we are fed a media circus fixated on the jostling and personality politics of the establishment parties.

 

Cheap, vaguely anti-establishment politics based on one or two protest policies is not enough. What is needed it a total change of our broad national direction. We must rebuild a Britain that is Sovereign, Industrial, Unitary, Democratic, Traditional and Functional; like the country that we used to know.

 

1. UK Unionism

2. Leave the EU

3. No More Referendums

4. End Mass Immigration

5. Rebuild Infrastructure

6. Rebuild Industry

7. Fiscal Responsibility

8. Family Values

9. Get Tough on Crime

10. Protect Free Speech & Liberties

 

 

 

 

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