Saturday, 19 November 2011

Renegotiating the Social Contract

The following quote is taken from the blog of Norman Tebbit:
“What we are seeing is a significant failure of the state to observe its side of the social contract between the governors and the governed.”
Funny that you should mention the “social contract ”, Norman, since I’ve been thinking about that a lot lately.
When was this “social contract ” negotiated? And between whom? Personally, I don’t remember ever being consulted. Does anyone else on this blog?
In so far as there was an unwritten “social contract ”, it was based on the assumption that the STATE represented a NATION comprising the native peoples of these British isles. It certainly didn’t mention anything about it also including as many 3rd world immigrants as the STATE, under one pretext or another, chose to let in, with the consequence that within the next 50 short years Britain’s native peoples (referred to as “white British ” in the census) will have become an ethnic minority in their ancestral homeland.
I believe it high time that WE negotiated a NEW “social contract “, one which, among other things, I want to guarantee that Britain’s indigenous peoples remain the ethnic majority on these islands for the foreseeable future.
This new contract is going to take a while to draw up and agree upon, so I suggest the we start discussions and consultations about it immediately.

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