Thursday, 19 May 2011

Free Ireland, Free Britain. No to Monarchy.

The following inspiring video may anger monarchists, but everything stated is fact. The Windsor gangster family are responsible for most of the evils in the modern world. Their crimes go back through their bloodline into the forgotten times before officially recorded history. They are responsible for Zionism in that they support and benefit from the 'Chosen' people lie. They are financial and spiritual vampyrs sucking the life force of the world. Their crimes include the entire banking system of usury, slavery, imperialism, the class system, both world wars (and the developing third one), libertine liberalism, to mention but a few. The beheading of the effigy of Elizardbreath Windsor may only be symbolic, but it serves as an image of justice which one day, hopefully, may become a reality for the entire bloodline...

The following is a speech by the Irish patriot, James Connolly, on the visit of George Windsor to Ireland in 1911. What he said was correct then, and is correct now - even more so.

James ConnollyFellow-Workers,

As you are aware from reading the daily and weekly newspapers, we are about to be blessed with a visit from King George V.

Knowing from previous experience of Royal Visits, as well as from the Coronation orgies of the past few weeks, that the occasion will be utilised to make propaganda on behalf of royalty and aristocracy against the oncoming forces of democracy and National freedom, we desire to place before you some few reasons why you should unanimously refuse to countenance this visit, or to recognise it by your presence at its attendant processions or demonstrations. We appeal to you as workers, speaking to workers, whether your work be that of the brain or of the hand – manual or mental toil – it is of you and your children we are thinking; it is your cause we wish to safeguard and foster.

The future of the working class requires that all political and social positions should be open to all men and women; that all privileges of birth or wealth be abolished, and that every man or woman born into this land should have an equal opportunity to attain to the proudest position in the land. The Socialist demands that the only birthright necessary to qualify for public office should be the birthright of our common humanity.

Believing as we do that there is nothing on earth more sacred than humanity, we deny all allegiance to this institution of royalty, and hence we can only regard the visit of the King as adding fresh fuel to the fire of hatred with which we regard the plundering institutions of which he is the representative. Let the capitalist and landlord class flock to exalt him; he is theirs; in him they see embodied the idea of caste and class; they glorify him and exalt his importance that they might familiarise the public mind with the conception of political inequality, knowing well that a people mentally poisoned by the adulation of royalty can never attain to that spirit of self-reliant democracy necessary for the attainment of social freedom. The mind accustomed to political kings can easily be reconciled to social kings – capitalist kings of the workshop, the mill, the railway, the ships and the docks. Thus coronation and king's visits are by our astute never-sleeping masters made into huge Imperialist propagandist campaigns in favour of political and social schemes against democracy. But if our masters and rulers are sleepless in their schemes against us, so we, rebels against their rule, must never sleep in our appeal to our fellows to maintain as publicly our belief in the dignity of our class – in the ultimate sovereignty of those who labour.

What is monarchy? From whence does it derive its sanction? What has been its gift to humanity? Monarchy is a survival of the tyranny imposed by the hand of greed and treachery upon the human race in the darkest and most ignorant days of our history. It derives its only sanction from the sword of the marauder, and the helplessness of the producer, and its gifts to humanity are unknown, save as they can be measured in the pernicious examples of triumphant and shameless iniquities.

Every class in society save royalty, and especially British royalty, has through some of its members contributed something to the elevation of the race. But neither in science, nor in art, nor in literature, nor in exploration, nor in mechanical invention, nor in humanising of laws, nor in any sphere of human activity has a representative of British royalty helped forward the moral, intellectual or material improvement of mankind. But that royal family has opposed every forward move, fought every reform, persecuted every patriot, and intrigued against every good cause. Slandering every friend of the people, it has befriended every oppressor. Eulogised today by misguided clerics, it has been notorious in history for the revolting nature of its crimes. Murder, treachery, adultery, incest, theft, perjury – every crime known to man has been committed by some one or other of the race of monarchs from whom King George is proud to trace his descent.

We will not blame him for the crimes of his ancestors if he relinquishes the royal rights of his ancestors; but as long as he claims their rights, by virtue of descent, then, by virtue of descent, he must shoulder the responsibility for their crimes.

Fellow-workers, stand by the dignity of your class. All these parading royalties, all this insolent aristocracy, all these grovelling, dirt-eating capitalist traitors, all these are but signs of disease in any social state - diseases which a royal visit brings to a head and spews in all its nastiness before our horrified eyes. But as the recognition of the disease is the first stage towards its cure, so that we may rid our social state of its political and social diseases, we must recognise the elements of corruption. Hence, in bringing them all together and exposing their unity, even a royal visit may help us to understand and understanding, help us to know how to destroy the royal, aristocratic and capitalistic classes who live upon our labour. Their workshops, their lands, their mills, their factories, their ships, their railways must be voted into our hands who alone use them, public ownership must take the place of capitalist ownership, social democracy replace political and social inequality, the sovereignty of labour must supersede and destroy the sovereignty of birth and the monarchy of capitalism.

Ours be the task to enlighten the ignorant among our class, to dissipate and destroy the political and social superstitions of the enslaved masses and to hasten the coming day when, in the words of Joseph Brenan, the fearless patriot of '48, all the world will maintain:

'The Right Divine of Labour
To be first of earthly things;
That the Thinker and the Worker
Are Manhood's only Kings.



Anonymous said...

I agree that the idea amongst the mainstream "far-right" that the monarchy must be respected is ludicrous.

The Celtic Cross, which can be seen in many graveyards, is a much better symbol than the Union Jack, which I dislike strongly as it is appropriated by countless groups of every political persuasion.

Just last month I was near Balmoral, a residence of the Royal Family. It's a very pleasant place there stuck out between Ballater and Braemar, and far removed from the urban hell that constitutes many British cities.

There is a Celtic cross in the war memorial at Ballater. There are many other Celtic crosses in Scotland and I've taken pictures of several.

Thank you Rufus... please take heed of my comments here:

Rufus said...

The Celtic Cross is a noble symbol. The Union Jack is an imperialist rag which celebrates the butchery of the peoples of the British Isles (and the Empire) as the behest of the parasitical Windsors.

Waving the Union Jack is like tattooing oneself with a barcode and cheering for one's serfdom. I'd rather burn it than fly it!

Apart from the Anglo-Saxons in the south of England (and not all of that) we Britons are all Celts. The flag at the top of this page may be the original Anglo-Saxon flag of England, but it is of far more worth than the red, white and blue emblem of imperialism flown by so-called patriots.

The White Dragon stands in opposition to the Satanic Red Dragon which was foisted on the Welsh in place of the Cross of Saint David, but that is a whole different story...

Anonymous said...

The Red Dragon of Wales has been adopted by the Cymru in 383AD from the Roman legions who were active and as acknowledgement of Magnus Maximus' work in uniting the Welsh as one nation.

St. David was living quite a few centuries after 383 my friend.

Some of your rantings are amusing but, when they actually go beyond mere rantings and start reflecting prejudicial musings I'm afraid I begin to question your thinking on certain matters and whether you are merely spouting the musings of some recent aquaintance.

If you ever approached my Welsh comrades with such statements you would be lucky to only suffer serious physical damage.

By the way, many in Northern England (I'm referring to NORTHERN England and not the Manchester area upwards!) do not class themselves as Anglo-Saxon.

Rufus said...

I stand corrected. The Red Dragon needs further study. I wonder how the Roman Legions cam to use the symbol? Thanks for the information - I will research it more deeply.

Regarding the Anglo-Saxons, you are correct that they only took over parts of what is now England. My own lineage is Celtic - including a large infusion of Welsh. I was in no way attacking anyone, Celt or Anglo-Saxon.

I use the Anglo-Saxon White Dragon banner as an alternative to the Union Jack which is the emblem of Imperialism and should be consigned to history alongside the reactionary ideas is represents.

Anonymous said...

I appreciate your response Rufus.

By the way, the Red Dragon defeated the White Dragon in North Wales!

I would have thought that adoption of King Alfred's banner would better represent England and the English,(Gold Dragon on Red)?

Rufus said...

Now you've really whet my appetite. Have you any links to information on the British Dragons and the original Flags used before the times of William the Bastard? I know of the Dragons of Mercia and of Wessex. I wonder if ther are more?

Anonymous said...

'lright Rufus.

I could go on and on just regurgitating so instead of merely passing on what I know secondhand as it were, I would suggest you studied King Alfred seeing as he created an English England as it were.

Rufus said...

Sound advice. First hand research is the only kind worth undertaking.

Anonymous said...

I would recommend "Union Jack - The story of the British flag" by Nick Groom.

It gives a grounding in the origins of the dragon/lion usage in coat of arms/banners.