Monday, November 03, 2008

Killing England's Native Culture (and People)

The Left's relentless assault on the native culture and peoples of Western nations continues to gather speed. No where is the campaign pressing harder than in the United Kingdom, where leftists are racing to erase every vestige of culture that the English people spent a millennium creating.

Classics scholars have accused councils of 'ethnic cleansing' after they banned staff from using Latin words.

The local authorities claim the terms are elitist and discriminatory, and have ordered employees to use often-wordier alternatives in documents or when speaking to the public.

Bournemouth Council, which has the Latin motto Pulchritudo et Salubritas - beauty and health - has listed 19 terms it no longer considers acceptable for use.

They include ad hoc, bona fide, status quo, vice versa and even via.

Its list of alternatives includes 'for this special purpose', in place of ad hoc and 'existing condition' or 'state of things', instead of status quo.

Mary Beard, a Cambridge professor of classics, said: 'This is absolutely bonkers and the linguistic equivalent of ethnic cleansing.

Professor Beard isn't being hyperbolic. The actual ethnic cleansing has already begun. There are now areas of the UK that are "no-go" locations for Anglo-Saxons and Christians. Thanks entirely to Muslim immigration. As immigrant populations - who have no attachment to traditional English culture, and in many cases a profound hatred for it - grow, violence against the native ethnic population will only escalate, driven in large measure by the rhetoric of the politically-correct, multiculturalist crowd. Enoch Powell's "rivers of blood" are no longer a paranoid fantasy.


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