19 September 2008

Revival & Revolution

Further reading: The Power of God


Findalis said...

I stand with you and would fight along side of you and your nation, as my father did in 1944.

God save Great Britain!

Anonymous said...

let's hope that prince William hasn't inherited his father's love of islam.

Anonymous said...

I can't tell you how I felt watching this. Although I am only a British-Jew, not an Anglo-Saxon or Celt or Scot or Irish native, and although I live in Israel and have boundless love for my ancient heredity country, I also love Britain very, very, very much.

But the Britain I knew so well has changed...and you all know what I mean.

I fear for MY Britain as I fear for MY Israel (I've got tears in my eyes as I write this, silly little female that I am...).

In the end, it is we,Britain,Israel
and, hopefully, the USA/Canada,who will stand up to this terrifying offensive of Satan's spawn...and we WILL overcome (but at what cost?)in spite of all the foolish, dangerous, even treacherous, actions of our leaders.

By the way, my father served in the British Army during WW2 as a grateful (and loyal) refugee from Nazi Austria, although he was only granted citizenship in 1947! He never asked, or got, any special favors. He worked hard & honestly all his life and never complained even when, to his regret, he came across some very unpleasant examples of anti-semitism after the War (even if not directed towards him personally).

How different from the crowds of ungrateful, disloyal - indeed violent, fanatical 5th columnists -Britain welcomed with open arms, onto its shores over the past 3 decades, although they were not
in any danger of prejudice, persecution or genocide in their own lands.

"By the rivers of the Thames, There sat down, oh, how we wept when we remembered Britain....."

(paraphrased from Psalm 137: "By the rivers of Babylon, there we sat down, oh, yea, we wept when we remembered Zion.
We hung our harps upon the willows in the midst of it.
For there those who carried us away CAPTIVE asked us for a song. And those who PLUNDERED us demanded mirth, saying: 'Sing us one of the songs of Zion!'
How shall we sing the LORD's song in a FOREIGN land?
If I forget thee, O Jerusalem, let my right hand forget its skill.
If I do not remember you, let my tongue cling to the roof of my mouth - if I do not exalt Jerusalem ABOVE my chief joy.
Remember, O Lord, against the sons of EDOM, the day of Jerusalem, who said "Raze it, raze it, To its very foundation."
Oh, daughter of BABYLON, who are to be DESTROYED, Happy the one who REPAYS you as you have served us!......" (The last few words of this fantastic Psalm, are a bit difficult for me to read, even though I understand from whence came the feelings behind them.

Anonymous Lady

Anonymous said...

God Bless you anon lady, and Israel your home.
You are right Lionheart, there is a new day dawning in the hearts of the true Briton.
I stand by our Royal Family, they are like us all, human and imperfect, yet they represent and help preserve the great tradition and heritage that our beloved Country has bequeathed to the World.
There are indeed those who want to see Her Majesty and the Royal family cast down and the treacherous villains who kiss the backsides of those that swear enmity towards us will one day regret that they ever gave allegiance to the heathen oath that insults and derides our Nation.
When civil-strife erupts we shall not stand by and quiver in fear.
Our enemies say that they care not for this life, that they long for life in the "paradise of allah."
They shall be delivered of their desire should they raise their spite at the heart of our Realm.
They are already dust and our spittle will not whet their graves for they will be scattered in the wind.

Anonymous said...

Another great video, more chilling for the bright and bouncy sound track.
The enemies of Britain should beware, and should, for their own sakes, as they are told by their own scholars, remove themselves to the lands of their liking.
They have licked the life-force from the wounds of the British lion for too long.