Well, here I am, just back from England, sitting up at midnight unable to sleep and thinking over the events of the last three weeks.

What is it actually like in England these days? People over here often ask me that. Is it really that bad? Are there gangs on the streets? Are the inner cities on fire?

Well, if you are not paying attention it isn’t really bad at all. It still isn’t as multi ethnic as you might think.

Outside of certain areas most people are still white, though a proportion of the whites are not indigenous English. It is hard to judge, but it still feels like it is probably more ethnically white than Australia.

I have been back every couple of years since 2009. Each time there are more non-whites around but in the suburbs, it still isn’t that many.

Most people are going about their business. Most are surviving reasonably well. Some are surviving very well. Crime is lower than for many years according to Government figures. People seem to have decent cars.  Holidays are cheap, prices are generally low and the labour market is tightening.

Brexit hasn’t happened yet but it probably won’t be that bad for the economy in the short term. Most people have shrugged their shoulders and are getting on with it.

People live indoors more of course. They view the world through the “telly.” There are some horror stories if you look. Many don’t want to look of course, and who can blame them. My older sister watches a channel which seems to play episodes of “Yes Minister” and “Last of the Summer Wine” over and over.

It is as if she is still stuck in a time warp in 1984. It feels in some ways, uncomfortably like 1984 to me too. Not the carefree days of my misspent youth, but the suffocatingly prophetic, if slightly premature novel which was vomited out of George Orwell’s twisted nightmare.

Things started badly. I made it through the stopover at Abu Dhabi without a hitch. The people in the airport were friendly enough. They have their own culture and clothing, and that’s part of the joy of travelling.

Queuing up to get into England is a bit different however. Theoretically of course, I’m a foreigner here. Still, the thought of a woman in a Hijab scrutinising my passport and glancing accusingly at me while she decides whether to let me in or not seems wrong somehow.

Call me a racist but I decided to take the other lane. That wasn’t much fun either as it turned out. The officer and his female assistant were both Mancunian (natives of Manchester) but deeply suspicious.

It was just me and my daughter. She is ten years old, half Asian and very pretty. It is outside of school holidays I know, but Nana didn’t take that into account when she had her fall.

“Yes of course she is my daughter.” We both have Australian passports and the same surname. Why would he think otherwise?

Luckily, I know what school she is in, what year she is in, who her teacher is and the answers to about fifty other questions which unexpectedly come my way.

Then it dawned on me. He thinks I could be trafficking her. “Next time bring a birth certificate or some other documentation,” he advises me without smiling as he hands the passports back.

“Things have changed” I quip grumpily as we walk away. “I’m afraid they have love,” says his offsider sounding apologetic and somewhat wistful.

My sister picks us up in a Merc. Her area is posh. It is a long way from the council estate where we grew up. They are a great family.

Her husband is a mechanic with a flair for business, a cracking sense of humour and a total lack of airs and graces. He loves his football and rubs shoulders effortlessly with the Man United players who frequent the local café in the local trendy supermarket.

He calls a spade a spade when he can. It doesn’t seem to help mind you, when everyone seems intent on digging their own graves with them. The area is still mostly English. There are a few Islamic headscarves around. There are more each time I come but still not many. Not unless you take a time machine and go down to the local junior school.

That’s when you realise. Most English you see are old and grey. Most Muslims have young families. In thirty years, things will look very different here.

I’m heading to London. Before I set off, a Muslim convert drives his car along a packed pavement killing and maiming men, women and a party of French school children.

According to the press, he is “Asian,” even though he is clearly of African heritage. He jumps out and stabs a policeman to death. Unusual? Not really.

A couple of days before this happened, a plot was uncovered in which Muslims were using laptop bombs to blow up planes. The authorities say they may ban Laptops. Are they crazy? Why don’t they just ban aeroplanes?

“We won’t be intimidated,” declared Theresa May stoically behind a thick security wall. “This was a lone wolf attack,” she assured us as the police arrested 11 suspected accomplices. “He was inspired by International Terrorism” she explained confidently before the blood was even washed from the pavement.

I’m not sure how she came to this conclusion because the police shot the Mohammedan dead around 90 seconds after he came to their attention.

My friends in London seemed determined to ignore it. “It’s part of living in a big city” insists London’s Muslim Lord Mayor, Sadiq Khan.

I visited the bridge a few days after the attack. I was determined to leave a Union Jack on one of the pillars. There was a rally on the bridge. It was a group who wanted to stay in Europe. They were proudly waving EU flags.

If Turkey joins the EU, they could drive to the Iraqi and Syrian border without a passport. That dream is now in tatters. I shake my head in disbelief.

Am I still an optimist? You bet I am, but I am also a realist. Things will get a lot worse before they get better. How much worse will depend on how long people leave their heads up their behinds. The UK is in a bind, but they have been in sticky situations before.

Australia is in much better shape. People are much better informed over here. I would like to think that we have been instrumental in that. Me, you, Larry and all the other readers and contributors to the Pickering Post.

The poor old Poms are way behind. I spoke with a family of British National Party members. They had no idea of the story of Mohammed. They do now of course, after I left them with copies of my book. Everywhere I went, ordinary people, deplorables, were crying out for knowledge. They want to know what is happening to their country.

It feels like a pressure cooker. Things are changing and I think there will be movement. Unfortunately, there is considerable resistance and realistically, things may well turn ugly.

That is why Australia is so important. This is a global fight and once we win in one part of the world, we will inspire people everywhere. Once we have politicians who are prepared to call out this ideology, things will change in a hurry.

The petition I have submitted to the Parliament is an important part of this fight. The petition calls on the Government to revoke the classification that Islam enjoys as a religion. If we get enough signatures, they will be forced to take this idea seriously.

Unfortunately, so far, many people are not bothering. At time of writing, there are less than 5,000 signatures on it. We need many more and the closing date is 19th of April. If you haven’t signed the petition yet, then please sign it now. If you have signed it then please think about asking someone else to sign it too.

This is not just another petition on Change.org or Avaaz. This petition is on the Australian Government website. When it is finished, it will be read out to the Australian Parliament. How much notice they take depends on how many signatures it has. If you haven’t got a spare minute to sign this petition, then please don’t complain about the relentless influx of people whose ideology considers democracy to be an abomination.

If you have already tried to sign the petition and had difficulties, then please try again. If you still have trouble, please email the House of Representatives Petitions Committee telling them of your problems. Their email address is:

[email protected]

Please also CC me in on the email. My address is:

[email protected]

This will allow me to confront the petitions committee with evidence of malfeasance against the Parliamentary System.

I know how many readers there are on the Pickering Post and I know how strongly you all feel about this issue.

This is your chance to do something positive. We are fighting for the future of our people, our civilisation and the future of the whole world. Please take a minute to sign the petition. Your grandchildren and their grandchildren will thank you for it.

CLICK HERE TO SIGN THE PETITION

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Letthemeatcake

Your sister must surely live in a posh area, Harry. If your impression is that London is still mostly white. Try Birmingham, Luton or the greater East End. Might be a little different. I hear Rotherham is nice. Sydney is a great place to live if you take out the South West.

stukric
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stukric

Remember Orwell’s 1984 is descript[on of the NWO/Marxist’s/jewish plan for the planet.

Richard.oz
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Richard.oz

Can’t help but think there were muslims in the decision chain on this type of vandalism. I could be wrong of course, just letting intuition guide me on this one.

Richard.oz
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Richard.oz

Billy is right. Fairy tale believers of any flavour are not to be trusted.

Albert
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Albert

I thought that was Sydney

EsraStar
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EsraStar

Signed.

cyberwizard
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cyberwizard

I have sent this to 50 people and asked them if they agree to sign the petition and then email it onwards.

Daveinoz
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Daveinoz

And in what suburb was this TAFE course conducted ?

cinerama
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cinerama

A stupid argument BK in the 1960s, for Mr Average twenty grand was equivalent to a million.
If not for war service loans most people would not have been in the race for any house.

Daveinoz
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Daveinoz

We are on that same slippery slope that Venezuela has reached the bottom of

JeffofFNQ
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JeffofFNQ

Signed and confirmed.

Jetstar
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Jetstar

Correct Ballbreaker. The US is becoming even more desperate, sloppy and reckless since the 9/11 WMD lies.

Daveinoz
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Daveinoz

BK … I ‘d agree with that … always thought I’d live my life in London … but as things turned out I didn’t … and for the best … but there are things I miss

Daveinoz
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Daveinoz

I used to pull the train compartment blinds down and stand against the door so the compartment looked full …

Daveinoz
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Daveinoz

BK … I had a close friend who lived in Seven Oaks, Surrey … I’d sometimes take the train and visit them .. he’d commute to work (Foreign Office)

ApplePie
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ApplePie

There is a failing in our Constitution that a Government that goes rogue cannot be forcibly removed, preferably with the backing of the armed services if necessary. A Government that vandalises public infrastructure, ie power supply, has gone rogue as far as I’m concerned.

_IndignantElder_
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_IndignantElder_

O/T, sorry, but had to post this now.. I just received a reply from Westgold butter (NZ) answering a query about availability in NSW, and whether or not it is halal certified. They tell me it is definitely halal certified and also kosher certified. UD Anyone know of any butter that is non halal?

Daveinoz
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Daveinoz

BK … the first home buyers want everything NOW …. and that includes a house near the centre of a capital city …. and we all know they are expensive

What’s wrong with buying in an area where there is more affordable housing (and there are plenty of cheaper towns and outer suburbs along the entire Eastern Seaboard)

And don’t forget these first home buyers have probably only been working a handful of years … and probably saved little as they were enjoying themselves (material possessions, holidays, cars, travel)

They should SAVE and buy a house that’s realistically within their price range

LeeCee
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LeeCee

Done, Harry, with pleasure!

1946Hunter
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1946Hunter

I only ever traveled through Heathrow and Gatwick coming and going from Scotland.

I do remember taking a piss in the magnificent Edinburgh railway station when a seven foot tall spear thrower dressed in a three piece business suit stood next to me at the urinal. Black as your boot and spoke near perfect English.

My flow stopped for some reason, maybe self preservation kicking in.

Jetstar
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Jetstar

Special Ops Officer Blows Whistle on CIA Funded ISIS Via Swiss Bank Accounts

https://youtu.be/x7BnJ1HS8BA

rumpole36
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rumpole36

” I was determined to leave a Union Jack on one of the pillars”. I’m glad you didn’t decide to leave an Australian flag Harry or they may have diverted their attention to us.

Jetstar
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Jetstar

America is lying same as WMDs in Iraq.

Jetstar
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Jetstar

Ray McGovern: The Inside Scoop on the Middle East & Israel

Assad destroyed all his chemical weapons.

https://youtu.be/wnITcUQiK1Y

Daveinoz
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Daveinoz

haha Tom … the Pakys were good at that …

Jetstar
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Jetstar

Western media lies about Syria exposed (Canadian journalist Eva Bartlett)

https://youtu.be/g1VNQGsiP8M

Alegria
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Alegria

Stringybark it seems you back the prick that GASSED his people and you nlame Trump. Weird.

Alegria
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Alegria

Scotty, I am perplexed as to how Syria got so much chemical agents to attack Syrians, they say that Obumma was supposed to have made Syria destroy 1000 tons of chemicals and they still have more it seems … could it have been the chemicals that Suddam Hussien had stowed away, as reported, and that he smuggled then into Syria before the inspectors could get into Iraq.

stringybark
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stringybark

America was supposed to be fighting ISIS alongside Russia and then changes side and goes for a coward punch against Syria. Now the world knows what to expect. And we let those bastards have military forces in our country?

Happy42
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Happy42

I was in South London in 1969, on a VERY crowded street, and noticed something ‘different’. On looking around, I realised that I was the only white face in the street. Everyone else on the street was West Indian. At the same time, in the next street to where we lived, a couple were asleep in bed when three bodies came crashing down onto their bed through their ceiling. The young couple lived at the end of a row of terraces. At the other end was a Pakistani family who had gone up through their manhole, tore out the dividing… Read more »

Jetstar
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Jetstar

In the year of 2000 there were eight countries without a Rothschild owned or controlled Central Bank:

Afghanistan

Iraq

Sudan

Libya

Cuba

North Korea

Iran Syria

In 2003 the countries without a Central Bank owned or controlled by the Rothschild Family were:

Sudan

Libya

Cuba

North Korea

Iran

Syria

In 2016 without a Central Bank owned or controlled by the Rothschild Family are:

Cuba

North Korea

Iran

Syria?

stringybark
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stringybark

So a crazy unpredictable American president makes an unprovoked attack on a sovereign nation in support of moslem terrorists and that’s a humiliation for Putin? More like a humiliation for every person who believed what Trump had said during his election campaign and believed him. As usual the American hardware wasn’t up to much and the base is running again.

waldo...again
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waldo...again

You can bet that the Enoch Powell over in the old country never swore as much as the Enoch Powell who comes onto Pickering Post.

Hotrocks
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Hotrocks

Personally I think Charles is a dill .

Daveinoz
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Daveinoz

Interesting … UK exit will leave a big hole for the EU to fill

mots
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mots

Harry, had to put this song up with a title like that.
“The Clash – London’s Burning (Live) 30 Apr 78, Hackney, London ”
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BGkrU_EMMkU

Daveinoz
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Daveinoz

That would have been the West Indians (blacks) …

Daveinoz
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Daveinoz

Moslems (male and female attackers) punch and kick two Christians on a train as it passes thru a Western Sydney moslem no-go zone ….

In the same carriage moslem security guards stood aside and watched … did nothing to help

Daveinoz
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Daveinoz

The biggest mistakes was to give these incompatibles British passports ….

Daveinoz
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Daveinoz

Thanks Harry … England is dear to my heart … but I too have seen the decline over the years … it’s a pity that the decent people – the backbone of England – are censored … unable to speak out and resist

Ducktracy
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Ducktracy

Posts being removed already

Daveinoz
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Daveinoz

Only the barrel of a gun ….

Daveinoz
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Daveinoz

“The poor old Poms are way behind.” … being kept ignorant because they are gagged

remember that guy reading from Winston Churchill’s book was sent to prison

That’s England … beautiful England … democratic England !

Ademup
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Ademup

As other people see the decision of SA to demolish the last coal fired power Station. Ex power station engineers…Now their job has been made impossible by idiot politicians whose future energy plans are based on harnessing sunbeams and unicorn farts. The reward for years of service in often hazardous conditions is utter disdain and contempt from green fanatics who despise them as planet wreckers, green fools who never pause to think about what makes all the modern conveniences they take for granted possible. It would not have caused any harm to leave the coal plant intact for a few… Read more »

chrisk
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chrisk

Harry Richardson,, I have agreed and signed this partition but I have not received confirmation, this could be a problem with many or maybe the confirmation has just not arrived because I am too quick, I will check again tomorrow

Happy42
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Happy42

I went through Heathrow Immigration way back in 1985 and was grilled – and I mean GRILLED – by a turbaned, bearded Sikh Brit Immigration Officer on what was the purpose of my visit to the UK. Back in those long gone days, you could get – or think you could get – away with a smartarse quip. I mentioned to the Immigration Officer that my father hadn’t been put through the wringer like I had when he came to England in 1940 to fight in the war. My comment went completely over the Sikh gentleman’s head. he didn’t have… Read more »

Pepperpete
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Pepperpete

Last time over there for my son’s wedding I said “never again” and meant it. There is more than enough challenge here in Oz. And yes, like the frog brought slowly to the boil by and large the poms don’t realise what’s happened.

Minkers
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Minkers

Thanks for that, Harry. Having worked and lived in London (twice) in the past and having always loved the place, I know now I will never live there again. A moslem mayor was the last gasp, for me – and I believe the filth will outbreed the English.

JohnDounton
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JohnDounton

Christians are in fear of being beaten up by muslims, if they wear a cross.

We have a rational fear of Muslims.

Islamophobia is more rational than Cruxophobia.

You two, brain-dead Galoots, want to criminalise rationality.

For the sake of Australia Shorten and Turnbull, both of you, please emulate Socrates in the ONLY way you can.

chumo
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chumo

Done.

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