Earlier this year, in April, I wrote about how the government, funded by the European Commission was systematically undoing the UK rural economy, totally destroying the fabric of English life.
Further proof comes by way of reports that Gordon Brown cut the capital budget of the English NHS for 2007-08 from £6.2bn to £4.2bn.
Today, Cranmer takes this a step further, showing how Gordon Brown's government has now installed the modern day equivalent of ancient kings, taking England back to the feudal system we had nearly 1200 years ago, destroying and eradicating the land called England forever.
Prime Minister Brown has wound back England’s clock by more than a
thousand years in his decision to appoint chieftains to the ancient
kingdoms of England. This unelected Scot is riding roughshod over
English sensitivities, and persists in referring to the United Kingdom
as ‘a country of nations and regions’. Setting aside the inconvenience
of Ulster, the countries are, of course, Scotland and Wales, and
England is fractured into mere regions. In formal recognition of the
demise of this once-great nation, the Government’s website proudly announces that Her Majesty ‘has been pleased’ to approve the following Ministerial appointments:
Minister for the North East of England: The Rt Hon Nick Brown MP
Minister for the North West: The Rt Hon Beverley Hughes MP
Minister for Yorkshire and the Humber: Caroline Flint MP
Minister for London and the South East: The Rt Hon Tessa Jowell MP
Minister for the South West: Ben Bradshaw MP
Minister for the East Midlands: Gillian Merron MP
Minister for the West Midlands: Liam Byrne MP
Minister for the East of England: Barbara Follett MP
It is interesting to note the last time these ancient kingdoms had distinct kings:
Wessex – King Aethelbald reigned until 858
Mercia – King Aelfwynn reigned until 918
Kent – King Aethelbert reigned until 860
Essex – King Sigeric II reigned until 830
Sussex – King Eadwine reigned until 825
East Anglia – King Aethelstan reigned until 828
Northumberland – Eric Bloodaxe reigned until 952
kingdoms approximate to the ‘modern’ regions of the South-West,
Midlands, South-East, Eastern, North-East, and the North-West. There
were at various times a number of sub-kingdoms, and certain rulers
claimed hegemony over larger areas, but this heptarchy is generally
accepted by historians as the basis for the Kingdom of England.
every sense, therefore, Ben Bradshaw MP is the first leader of Wessex
since King Aethelbald. And it appears that the Setantii, the Brigantes,
the Cornovii, and the other constituent tribes of England once again
have their own chieftains.
This was also the reason for the attempted amalgamation of the Police forces, so that they would better fit in the regional governments, nothing to do with 'better policing' as cynically lied about by Reid.
Mr Brown’s strategy is, coincidentally of
course, in complete harmony with the EU’s strategy to divide and rule, and has been a long time in the planning.
And again, it must be noted that Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland
not only retain their representatives in Cabinet (despite devolution),
but continue to have bestowed upon them billions of pounds of English
taxpayers’ money to fund their bloated public sectors.
This is why England is dismissed with a raft of junior-ranking regional ministers
when it would have been a whole lot easier to create a single Secretary
of State for England?
So, say goodbye to England, NuLab have made sure it is gone forever.
And, moreover, where is the Conservative
NuLab – Destroying Britain from the inside out.