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  On 7/22/2021 at 10:40 AM, skitzorat said:

The Treaty of Waitangi is New Zealand’s founding document. It takes its name from the place in the Bay of Islands where it was first signed, on 6 February 1840. This day is now a public holiday in New Zealand. The Treaty is an agreement, in Māori and English, that was made between the British Crown and about 540 Māori rangatira (chiefs).

Growing numbers of British migrants arrived in New Zealand in the late 1830s, and there were plans for extensive settlement. Around this time there were large-scale land transactions with Māori, unruly behaviour by some settlers and signs that the French were interested in annexing New Zealand. The British government was initially unwilling to act, but it eventually realised that annexing the country could protect Māori, regulate British subjects and secure commercial interests.

 

The Treaty is a broad statement of principles on which the British and Māori made a political compact to found a nation state and build a government in New Zealand. The document has three articles. In the English version, Māori cede the sovereignty of New Zealand to Britain; Māori give the Crown an exclusive right to buy lands they wish to sell, and, in return, are guaranteed full rights of ownership of their lands, forests, fisheries and other possessions; and Māori are given the rights and privileges of British subjects.

 

The Treaty in Māori was deemed to convey the meaning of the English version, but there are important differences. Most significantly, the word ‘sovereignty’ was translated as ‘kawanatanga’ (governance). Some Māori believed they were giving up government over their lands but retaining the right to manage their own affairs. The English version guaranteed ‘undisturbed possession’ of all their ‘properties’, but the Māori version guaranteed ‘tino rangatiratanga’ (full authority) over ‘taonga’ (treasures, which may be intangible). Māori understanding was at odds with the understanding of those negotiating the Treaty for the Crown, and as Māori society valued the spoken word, explanations given at the time were probably as important as the wording of the document.

 

Early Crown policy

Many Māori prospered economically during the 1840s and 1850s. They supplied vital produce and labour to the fledgling European settlements. Māori agricultural goods found Australian markets, making a significant contribution to New Zealand's revenue. Māori communities obtained loans for flour mills, agricultural implements and ships, and there was investment in Māori health and education.

Despite mutual mistrust at first, by the early 1850s the Treaty relationship seemed generally positive. Amalgamation was a key part of the relationship. Māori would share the rights and privileges of British subjects under a common system as indicated in the terms of the Treaty and early colonial laws.

https://nzhistory.govt.nz/politics/treaty/the-treaty-in-brief

 

He Puapua: Blueprint for Breaking up New Zealand

 

By Roger Childs

New Zealand is being torn apart, separated into an apartheid system of two race-based peoples in an unequal partnership. –John Robinson

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A historian with integrity

John Robinson is one of the country’s top historians. The big names who are lionized in the mainstream media, the likes of Ann Salmond, Jock Phillips, Claudia Orange and Vincent O’Malley, have sadly sacrificed their reputations on the altar of political correctness.  Robinson however, is prepared to fearlessly and honestly take on the tough topics of New Zealand history and politics such as the truth about the Treaty of Waitangi, tikanga in the modern era, and now Te Puapua. His research is always thorough and meticulous, his analysis thoughtful and perceptive, and the conclusions he reaches are carefully backed up with evidence. 

 

Government stealth and secrecy

Readers will be aware that the Te Puapua strategy for progressively increasing the control of Maori in running the country to ultimately achieve joint Maori- Crown governance by 2040, has been around since 2019. But did you hear about the programme, which is now effectively government policy, discussed in the lead up to last year’s election? 

The strategy is based on carrying out the recommendations of the 2007 United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous People (UNDRIP). When the declaration came out, Prime Minister Helen Clark wouldn’t have a bar of it because many of its Articles were in conflict with our laws and system of government. However, her successor, the devious and manipulative (((John Key))), had no such scruples. 

Being dependent on the Maori Party to hold power, he instructed Maori Affairs Minister Pita Sharples to scuttle off secretly to New York to sign the country up to the UNDRIP. There was no consultation with the public and scant analysis in the media of what it would mean for New Zealand.

John Robinson looks in detail at what the Declaration says, which practically directs sovereign states to allow their indigenous people to virtually run their countries. (The full wording of UNDRIP is contained in one of five very useful Appendices.)

 

He Puapua is well underway

The He Puapua Report proposes revolutionary changes for New Zealand. –Professor Elizabeth Rata

The author traces the background to the current reality that the Ardern Labour government is already implementing the programme. He looks at how growing separatism between Maori – about 13% of the population – and the rest of the New Zealand people, is undermining our democracy. In today’s New Zealand Maori have special rights and in George Orwell’s classic phrase while all citizens are equal, they are more equal than others

 

Robinson looks at

  • the reality that there is no such thing as race
  • the weak case Maori have for being regarded as indigenous
  • the considerable evidence of pre-Polynesian settlement of New Zealand
  • the evolution of the groundless claims of partnership and Treaty principles which has led to Maori having special rights and powers in local government and other areas
  • the manipulation by the Department of Statistics to increase the percentage of the Maori population!
  • the twisting of the words of the Treaty of Waitangi so that Maori have been given separate rights which were never intended
  • the undemocratic nature of Maori representation in parliament
  • the reality that New Zealand is a racist country with a small minority increasingly becoming more powerful and dominant.

There is also analysis of how He Puapua is currently being implemented in law, education, local government, health, conservation and water resources. Much of this is justified on the basis that as the country’s indigenous people Maori should be given special consideration and that separatist policies are needed to deal with the inequities they face compared with the rest of the population.

As the author puts it: There is no longer any mention of equality; the inequality implicit in the new understanding is hidden behind vague talk of fairness – with no recognition that the special rights (given) to Maori are unfair to others.

 

Government subterfuge and lack of consultation aids increasing separatism and racism

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In recent years there have been many hui and meetings of iwi leaders around the country discussing how joint Crown-Maori governance can be progressively achieved in the next twenty years. One of the worst feature of this process has been the lack of consultation with the wider New Zealand public – 87 % of the population. 

The author also points out that in justifying their right to share power the big players in the Maori lobby constantly falsify the realities of our history. One reality is that almost all Maori today have the blood of colonists running through their veins and most have less than half Polynesian blood. For example Tipene (Steve) O’Regan (Ngai Tahu, Wellington and Ireland) has one sixteenth Maori blood.

 

There is also the constant bleating that colonialism is the reason for all their current problems, and rejection of the idea that the early white settlers and their descendants brought huge benefits for the native people. Perhaps the greatest of all Maori leaders, Sir Apirana Ngata, has it right in observing: 

Let me acknowledge first that, in the whole of the world, l doubt whether any native race has been so well treated by a European people as the Maori … Sir Apirana Ngata

 

An important book

He Puapua: Blueprint for Breaking up New Zealand is a work that all New Zealanders should read to understand what is going on under their noses with the connivance of the government. By allowing the Maori caucus in the Labour Party to call the shots, Jacinda Ardern is doing the nation a massive disservice as the democratic rights and liberties of non-Maori continue to be undermined by the implementation of He Puapua.

 

 

 

This is an excerpt from the book He Puapua: Blueprint for breaking up New Zealand, see earlier posts.

 

He Puapua is a report which was commissioned in 2019 by Te Puni Kokiri (the Ministry of Maori Development) to guide the Government application of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples.  This divisive and highly controversial report, which proposes a comprehensive change to New Zealand governance, was kept secret until 2021.

 

The extent of the intended constitutional transformation is made plain in He Puapua by a descriptive chart, with its origins clearly stated: “Drawing on the report Matike Mai Aotearoa [to an inter-tribal group, the Iwi Chairs’ Forum], the He Puapua Declaration Working Group has adopted a Tiriti model [a ‘Te Tiriti/Rangatiratanga Framework’] based round ‘spheres of authority’.”  Note that this Tiriti is not the original Treaty of Waitangi, but quite the opposite, today’s reinvention.  

 

Here, New Zealand is broken apart; there is no pretence of inclusivity or unity.  “The [separated] Rangatiratanga sphere reflects Maori governance over people and places”, where Maori have complete control and autonomy.  “The Kawangatanga sphere represents Crown governance” – meaning, of course, the elected government, the place for all New Zealanders, including Maori – as they insist, “Maori must be able to participate in Crown governance”, and there is no thought of withdrawing from voting for the national Parliament, but rather an insistence on preserving Maori seats within this common domain. 

 

“There is a large ‘joint sphere’ where Maori and the Crown share governance over issues of mutual concern”; that is the two parties in this divided nation, this proposed apartheid system, meet to negotiate, with an effective Maori veto.  

In order that the meaning of this chart can be readily comprehensible to all readers, the labels are given here in English.  

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In this representation, the size of the Maori (completely separate) sphere of authority relative to the Crown sphere (the rest of us) is far less than the fraction of Maori in the population.  This is a representation of yesterday’s ‘partnership’, of two partially separated people, with most of the power in the hands of all New Zealanders – which of course, includes Maori. 

 

New Zealand, is now, in 2021, in a transition to a new, proposed government structure.  This is well under way, with many actions described in chapters here.  The goal is portrayed, for 2040, in the second section of the chart.  This is a depiction of a proposal made in a 2000 ‘Building the Constitution’ conference’ for two parliaments (the Tikanga Maori House for Maori and the Tikanga Pakeha House for others) overseen by a Treaty of Waitangi House for Maori and Pakeha, where there would be a Maori veto (see Chapter 8).  This was not accepted by other delegates, but Maori leaders have chosen not to listen to other New Zealanders, and not to join in dialogue, but to turn away, with no pretence of being inclusive, and develop their own form of apartheid.

 

Diagram 1 of He Puapua (right side): Maori Sphere (Rangatiratanga)/Joint Sphere/Crown Sphere (Kawanatanga), 2040

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The meaning is clear.  A great part of New Zealand is to come under complete Maori control (a “Maori sphere of authority”, with “Maori governance over people and places”).  Apartheid will be complete. 

 

This is what the Maori elite and their followers believe they will get; they will become angry if others insist otherwise, and in their tikanga (which is now recognised by the government), anger demands satisfaction, recompense for perceived wrongs by utu The elite of the kingitanga is seeking revenge, utu, for their defeat in the nineteenth century.  This will not help struggling Maori, who benefit rather from Crown welfare and employment.

 

This is not an equal division of the country between the 14% Maori and the rest.  As well as being in complete control of their extensive separate (rangatiratanga) domain, Maori would have considerable power over the part allotted to all others. 

In the common (kawangatanga) sphere: “The Crown resiles some of its power in agreed areas to make space for rangatiratanga, for defined Maori interests.  The public service is bicultural and understands the ways in which it must support rangatiratanga.”  The considerable power of iwi in the common public sphere (kawangatanga) – separate from and additional to that of all other New Zealanders – is being increased now, following the guidelines set out in He Puapua: in law (chapter 9), representation (chapter 10), education (chapter 11), healthcare (chapter 12) and water (chapter 13). 

 

The proposal gives the iwi leadership around three-quarters of the power together with a veto in the joint sphere.  Everyone else will be disenfranchised.  This is a blueprint for the complete rule of New Zealand by a determined minority.

This is tomorrow’s promised future.  This is what He Puapua is telling us.

I would like to present a third vision for New Zealand, which would demand a complete unravelling of the He Puapua tsunami transformation.

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In this vision, all New Zealanders would be living together harmoniously; no New Zealand citizen would be judged, and classified, by the colour of their skin or claims of ancestry, of inherited special rights (which is the very definition of an indigenous people).  We would no longer be divided.

 

There is no mention of, or intention for, equality in either Matike Mai Aotearoa or He Puapua.  “The Terms of Reference [for Matike Mai Aotearoa] did not ask the Working Group to consider such questions as ‘How might the Treaty fit within the current Westminster constitutional system’ but rather required it to seek advice on a different type of constitutionalism that is based upon He Whakaputanga [the 1835 letter from Northern chiefs to the British Crown, headed by James Busby as a “Declaration of Independence”, proposed an inter-tribal coalition, which failed] and Te Tiriti.

 

For that reason, this Report uses the term ‘constitutional transformation’ rather than ‘constitutional change’.”  They are insisting on imposing a primitive tribal system, which had self-destructed in the Musket Wars, on a modern developed nation.  The Treaty of Waitangi, bringing the Westminster constitutional system, was an essential part of the great Maori cultural transformation, yet the aim is to return to a way of life which had broken apart in countrywide inter-tribal warfare. 

 

This ‘complete constitutional transformation’ is intended to be permanent.  The intention of the He Puapua arrangements is that, once they are put into place, they will be final and can never be changed.  We will never overturn this revolutionary transformation and get back a unitary country without a counter-revolution, which would demand a determined united campaign by the majority of New Zealanders – which, sadly, is now not within sight. 

 

We have lost so much, and the worst has yet to come.  In a few years from now, when the revolution is triumphant and our traditional system of government is destroyed, New Zealanders will wake up and realise that “you don’t know what you’ve got till it’s gone.”

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On 10/5/2021 at 4:37 AM, skitzorat said:

“Like the Soviet communists, who used class-based hate and rhetoric to control the ‘masses’ and build the society of ideological slaves, the ‘Diversity’ departments use race. In a way, that is worse, because one can change one’s class, but race is forever,” Vanyukov told The College Fix in an email.

 

Don't know if I agree with that. Can an untouchable in India change his caste and mix with Brahmans? Can a working class lad from the East End shake off his working class roots and be accepted into the upper echelons of British society? No. To them, he will always be a oik. He may have money, a degree, a nice house, but he's still 'not our sort of person.'  It will always be a class conflict, not a racial one.

 

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Don't know if I agree with that. Can an untouchable in India change his caste and mix with Brahmans? Can a working class lad from the East End shake off his working class roots and be accepted into the upper echelons of British society? No. To them, he will always be a oik. He may have money, a degree, a nice house, but he's still 'not our sort of person.'  It will always be a class conflict, not a racial one.

 

 

I can't really speak for an Indian, but I think we're definitely seeing Cultural Marxism in Western Europe, not just normal Marxism that's based on class warfare.

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On 8/13/2021 at 11:02 AM, EnigmaticWorld said:

In order to keep and maintain their power, the people that have the power are making it illegal for them to be criticized. The lemmings that go along with this are useful idiots. They protect their own masters.

 

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Speak up now, lemmings, or be under their boot forever. Your ancestors are looking down on you.

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42 minutes ago, Nemuri Kyoshiro said:

 

Don't know if I agree with that. Can an untouchable in India change his caste and mix with Brahmans? Can a working class lad from the East End shake off his working class roots and be accepted into the upper echelons of British society? No. To them, he will always be a oik. He may have money, a degree, a nice house, but he's still 'not our sort of person.'  It will always be a class conflict, not a racial one.

 

I agree but I believe he's talking from an American/Western perspective on how the same intentionality, just a different angle, is being used to bring about a 21stC interpretation of Lev Davidovich Bronstein's "Permanent Revolution"

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But it's true Baroness Margrett Thatcher was always just the green-grocers daughter to the aristocrats.

 

One could argue that over the centuries the Indian caste system could also be considered a ethnic/racial division too though...

 

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The conservatards are busy screaming that Antifa are the real Fascists, and the other side says that conservatards are Nazis, but neither are true in reality. It's all so tiresome.

 

You bring this on yourselves by using your oppressors labels. I will reserve my sympathy for those that aren't idiots.

 

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4 hours ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

You bring this on yourselves by using your oppressors labels. I will reserve my sympathy for those that aren't idiots.

 

reminds me of some tweet he made the other week in regards to the many Vic Pol crimes - think it may have been when the tradies were smashing something - and his comments were all "anti-vaxer bad man/poor police" or something - and I lost the admiration I had for him...

 

I mean, don't fuckn bother commenting on something on the other side of the world if you have no actual idea WTF is going down there - keep to Portland! - if you knew how the Victorians have been treated for 18 months by these creatures you would never make such an off-cuff remark.

 

Vic Pol deserve nothing but contempt...even if you're conservative and a fan of the pigs (admittedly I like living in a civilization that has/had a good one - a service to call when youve been robbed - and I wouldnt want to be one witnessing the dregs of society and the American system is waaay different and Im CERTAINLY not the kind to dream of any defund the USA police BS! I mean fark that!) - but I've never liked them or held them in high regard.

 

Maybe some mid-western American county sheriff is still based, kind of what I'd imagine many UK 'bobbies' were like back in the day.. but nah, not since I've been an adult.. power hungry cants the pack of them... and yes.. they're all political no matter what they may say individually- they're an arm of The State full stop and willingly signed up and thus trained to follow the orders from on high... they are NOT our friends "community policing" my ass "community snooping" and reporting back to command mores like...

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1 hour ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

opened the link and to my surprise - not ONE blonde haired, obviously European stock 'employee' in the pic... *scanned to count ..1,2,3 7* - I think I spotted the only white guy -the one whos face is 98% hidden!!!!!!!!!!

 

you couldnt make it up

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The most popular action, cited by 54 per cent of respondents, was for employers to introduce a requirement of all leadership to be active participants in company inclusion and diversity initiatives. 

 

Other measures supported by employees included investment in management and leadership training and career development programmes for minority employees (53 per cent); expansion of recruitment pools beyond schools, universities and other traditional sources (52 per cent); and an improvement in recruitment processes including the introduction of blind CVs and diverse recruitment panels (51 per cent). 

 

More than half (52 per cent) also said they want extensive bias training for HR employees and all levels of management, and half of respondents said they want an inclusion and diversity audit for company policies and culture (50 per cent) and to have a committee made up of black and other ethnic minority employees to help shape policy and monitor progress (50 per cent).

 

You know, I think these think-tank employee servicing groups just make the data up completely now to push the narrative- get results from the actual workforce from their surveys (I remember doing them) and they dont fit the agenda - MAKE IT UP!

 

But then again - affirmative action has been in full swing in the US since Obama so the workforce is probably 50% 'minority' 'oppressed' group now so the results could be factual!  ha - I just don't believe ANYTHING to do with numbers from ANY 'authority' or group etc who has an agenda ...Im 110% sceptical about ALL information (and I consume A LOT)

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Why? What are the benefits, besides stupid shit like muh diversity of cuisine? Do you feel like it's strengthening us?

 

For example, not being able to go to an Italian, Indian or Turkish restaurant would adversely affect my life. I also like meeting people from different cultures and learning about their ways of life and adopting the best from every culture, which I think strengthens and improves us both physically and spiritually. Also, Jesus Christ didn't make an issue of nationality. Christ saw humanity as one big family. I also like music from different cultures, which I can do, all here right on my very doorstep in London, the greatest city in the world.

 

 

 

 

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19 minutes ago, RobSS said:

London, the greatest city in the world.

 

So great that original cockneys leave for places like Essex. So great the place has terror barriers. So great that it doesn't even seem like England. So great that there is surveillance everywhere. So great all that stabbing.

 

We can follow a recipe ourselves. No need to import the world for food.

 

My peoples future is more important to me than music too.

 

27 minutes ago, RobSS said:

I also like meeting people from different cultures and learning about their ways of life and adopting the best from every culture, which I think strengthens and improves us both physically and spiritually.

 

Delusional. I wish you would say that with a straight face to girl I know that was groomed and raped.

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27 minutes ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

 

So great that original cockneys leave for places like Essex. So great the place has terror barriers. So great that it doesn't even seem like England. So great that there is surveillance everywhere. So great all that stabbing.

 

We can follow a recipe ourselves. No need to import the world for food.

 

My peoples future is more important to me than music too.

 

 

Delusional. I wish you would say that with a straight face to girl I know that was groomed and raped.

 

London is still the greatest place compared to other capital cities of the world, but if you only want to black pill yourself and only see the negative, that's just what you'll find, so suit yourself!  😃

 

Taking the best aspects from any culture and using those aspects to improve and strengthen one's life spiritually and physically has nothing to do with rape. Again, you only look for dismal reality. No wonder "your people" are disintegrating. My people are strong. My people are not racist and my people don't just look at negative reality. My peoples' future is very bright and beautiful because all of humanity is potentially beautiful.

 

 

 

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1 minute ago, RobSS said:

 

London is still the greatest place compared to other capital cities of the world, but if you only want to black pill yourself and only see the negative, that's just what you'll find, so suit yourself!  😃

 

Taking the best aspects from any culture and using those aspects to improve and strengthen one's life spiritually and physically has nothing to do with rape. Again, you only look for dismal reality. No wonder "your people" are disintegrating. My people are strong. My people are not racist and my people don't just look at negative reality. My peoples' future is very bright and beautiful because all of humanity is beautiful.

 

 

 

 

Wanting a safe future for your people is not racist. We're not improving either.

 

It must be great if you're not white and aren't having your right to voice your concerns taken away. For us indigenous Brits, we are not that fortunate. You won't even be that fortunate in future either. You will be a bloody slave, assuming that you don't have the right background.

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3 minutes ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

 

Wanting a safe future for your people is not racist. We're not improving either.

 

It must be great if you're not white and aren't having your right to voice your concerns taken away. For us indigenous Brits, we are not that fortunate. You won't even be that fortunate in future either. You will be a bloody slave, assuming that you don't have the right background.

 

I don't believe in doom and gloom is going to be the ultimate reality of this world. What's happening now is just a temporary transitional phase and then this world will become heaven on earth, a kingdom of peace where all peoples live in harmony with each other regardless of the colour of their skin. So I don't believe in your "bloody slave" future. Nationalism is something created by the devil to politically divide and conquer people, but the devil is not invincible.

 

 

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Nationalism is something created by the devil to politically divide and conquer people, but the devil is not invincible.

 

Nah, the parasites that want a slave race are more devilish.

 

How comes we're not a Nationalistic nation, but are becoming more divided?

 

Are the 95% wrong?

 

 

 

 

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2 minutes ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

 

Nah, the parasites that want a slave race are more devilish.

 

How comes we're not a Nationalistic nation, but are becoming more divided?

 

Are the 95% wrong?

 

 

 

 

 

Society is more racially cohesive than ever here in London.

 

Who do you think the nation Builders are then?

 

 

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7 minutes ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

 

Are the 95% wrong?

 

 

 

 

 

Regarding the TV poll, I can understand why 95% voted no. It's because government isn't working and people can see that political policies are unfair, but that doesn't alter the reality that I see that most ordinary people do want to get along in peace and harmony and a lot of people enjoy the benefits if multicultural life. Variety is the spice of life.

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2 minutes ago, RobSS said:

Society is more racially cohesive than ever here in London.

 

Can you elaborate on why you think that?

 

4 minutes ago, RobSS said:

Who do you think the nation Builders are then?

 

What do you mean by nation builders, and why the emphasis on builders with a capitalized B? Are you using code to say freemasons like I often do when I talk about the "builders"?

 

Or do you just mean who do I think are the people that have roots in these isles?

 

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2 minutes ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

 

Can you elaborate on why you think that?

 

 

What do you mean by nation builders, and why the emphasis on builders with a capitalized B? Are you using code to say freemasons like I often do when I talk about the "builders"?

 

Or do you just mean who do I think are the people that have roots in these isles?

 

 

I'm asking you who you think created national identities. Who is Britannia, for example? Why did early Brits identify with her?

 

Regarding racial cohesion in London, I see far less racism in London now than when I grew up. A great deal less.

 

 

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