A Working Man’s Message From Across The Pond….

Chris McGlade recites his 2018 poem “The Right To Hate”, from his hometown in the north of England.  A working man’s view of left-wing intolerance.

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115 Responses to A Working Man’s Message From Across The Pond….

  1. bullnuke says:

    This man understands what freedom is. A brilliant poem. Well done, sir.

    Liked by 35 people

  2. VoteAllIncumbantsOut says:

    Yup, people have had enough and here’s this guy also

    Liked by 15 people

    • AlinWonderland says:

      Oh, the unnecessary language 😢. When did this become okay? I can’t listen to it and I’m no prude but, aaauuuggghhh!!

      Liked by 1 person

      • Dutchman says:

        Alinwonderland,
        IMHO,
        The language was ABSOLUTELY neccesary. I do not believe he took the Lords name in vain (without relistening, I can’t be sure) as for the rest of his undeleted expletives, they are totally appropriate.

        Sometimes, being nice and polite, and saying “please” works.

        But, when dealing with pure evil, it just encourages being walked over. With some people, in some situations, you need to hit em, upside the head with a 2×4; not to HARM them, but just to get their attention.

        So, if you didn’t forget the /S at the end of your post, and seriously were offended by the language, gotta say
        “GROW a pair, and either use your weopon to cover my 6, pass me ammunition, or, with all due respect, get the HE!! OUT of my foxhole!”

        Again, just my humble opinion,…

        Liked by 29 people

      • The Devilbat says:

        Have you ever listened to black school age children speaking?

        Liked by 3 people

        • Jayne says:

          I guess I don’t understand how this works, but I Like your statement, just can’t get it to register.

          Liked by 3 people

          • old deplorable owl says:

            You managed to do the impossible, though! You can’t upvote your own comment, but somehow you did. 😁
            Normally, ya just click on the star. but I do see a lot of people saying they can’t. Maybe has to do with the platform you’re working from?

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            • Jayne says:

              Well that’s funny, thanks for the head’s up – I don’t think I’m a narcissist but who knows? The commenting/liking is a bit convoluted. I’ll figure it out eventually.

              Liked by 1 person

              • old deplorable owl says:

                When ya do, teach me! NOT a platform for what we try to do. Especially with no edit capability.
                Good luck!

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          • cjzak says:

            This sounds weird, but when I first get on the site, I cannot ‘like’ a post until I actually have replied to a post myself. I can’t figure out why but that is what happens to me and not all the time either, lol.

            Liked by 5 people

            • warrprin1 says:

              I have to post a comment before I can “like” anyone else’s posts too. Was never otherwise for me. I LIKE the two posted recordings. Raw truth. Wish I could have said it as well myself.

              Liked by 2 people

              • nimrodman says:

                I think what’s happening there is that posting your comment logs you in to wordpress using a stored cookie

                I often get a login box pop up on first comment of the day and I’ll enter my email and it usually auto-completes my username and password and logs me in

                If you don’t get a login box, then my guess is that your browser still has a cookie set and your login credentials still in storage

                All this can likely vary from browser to browser and depend on whether you’ve cleared cache and cookies and what your settings are on those clear functions

                just guessing, YMMV

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                • truthseeker39525 says:

                  Yep!
                  I found that I have to log in to WordPress, THEN I can ‘like’ and post to the Treehouse.
                  But….. ONLY if I am using the Pale Moon browser….. if I log in using Avast browser, I still cannot post or ‘like’. I think it has to do with privacy or cookie settings, at least in my case…..but I have not bothered to figure it out.

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            • swissik says:

              Same here, weird!

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      • gigi says:

        Alin–agreed. But the substance is good.

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      • Martin says:

        In some cultures, that’s not language– they’re adjectives and adverbs. Emphasis.

        It’s dog doo, until you step in it, right?

        Liked by 7 people

      • alonzo1956 says:

        That language is mild in comparison to what I experienced in my working world that began more than 40 years ago. We called each other far worse than this and they were terms of endearment. I would get banned from this site if I repeated some of the nicknames we had for each other.

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        • David M Kitting says:

          Same here alonzo.
          The man is speaking in the language the enemy understands.
          When the Apostle Peter was repeatedly hounded about his relationship to Christ, he started cursing and denied knowing Him.
          We are not sinners because we sin, we sin because we’re sinners.

          ‘Blessed is the man to whom the Lord will not impute sin’ ROM 4:8

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      • Andy Smith says:

        It becomes OK when you are involved in war. This is a culture war that we are fighting for our very survival. These people will round us up in camps if they ever get control of the levers of power again. War is not polite.

        Liked by 3 people

      • Boomer Rube says:

        I’m with you, AlinWonderland.

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    • icthematrix says:

      It’s getting closer…..

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    • Gary says:

      Is this on YouTube or somewhere? When I click on the video it wants me to login to Twitter. Not going to do that.
      Is there a name or title I can search to watch it??

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    • jackalix says:

      Shooting in Louisville,KY at a so called peaceful demonstration to defund the police.The way it is being reported shots from outside(sidewalk) into the crowd no suspect as of yet.If it is as being reported and what it looks like citizens are starting to reach that breaking point?

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  3. RKV says:

    Oh and ALL lives matter. For the record.

    Liked by 9 people

  4. Tl Howard says:

    Wow. Don Jr. needs to share it.

    Liked by 2 people

  5. Moe Grimm says:

    They had two terrorist attacks there within the past week. Hear anything reported? Nor will you. In the Glasgow knifing one Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon claims it’s “not terror related.” A “refugee” upset with his meals you know placed in living quarters by an agency contracted to handle their “guests”, this one from Sudan… that people like the guy in the video pay the price for. But nothing to see… move on now:
    https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/breaking-reading-stabbing-declared-terror-22227968
    https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2020/jun/26/armed-police-seen-entering-building-in-serious-glasgow-incident
    https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2020/06/26/glasgow-stabbing-armed-police-reportedly-seen-storming-hotel/

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    • The Devilbat says:

      I lived in reading where that scumbag muslim POS knifed and killed a senior scientist, a pharmaceutical expert and a history teacher in the park. One POS (so called refugee) who except for the scourge of Marxists in high positions in the UK would never have been allowed into the country, wasted the lives of three top professionals all because of Marxist philosophy and the need for more people to vote accordingly.

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  6. Tl Howard says:

    This needs to go on Parler…from there it will be sent far and wide.

    Liked by 9 people

  7. Puzzled says:

    That’s a very intelligent and talented man.

    Liked by 8 people

  8. Carly says:

    Thank you. Sharing far and wide.

    Liked by 4 people

  9. FreyFelipe says:

    Well I tell you what, If you have a problem figuring out whether you’re for me or Trump, then you ain’t working class.
    – Joe Biden

    Liked by 2 people

  10. billybob says:

    You know nothing about British society I see . He is totally inline and on point .

    Liked by 8 people

    • RKV says:

      Actually I know it well enough as i’ve been there twice and my first cousin grew up there, and I’ve been dealing with the consequences of that location all his life. I reject the Brit thing is all. Maybe that’s why my ancestors shot them during the Revolution.

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      • billybob says:

        Give over mate , don’t make me laugh. He comes from a part of England where Prince Philip infamously made a royal visit to let the serfs gaze upon his sorry arse and said to the population where the unemployment rate was 25%+ due to the industrial base being shipped out to the far east – “ let’s not talk about the people who don’t have a job , let’s talk about the people who have a job for a change” .
        This from a parasite on the british taxpayers who never worked a day in his life . The man speaks truth to power .

        Liked by 4 people

  11. Patience says:

    FanF-ingTASTIC!

    Liked by 5 people

  12. TwoLaine says:

    Spot On!

    Liked by 5 people

  13. Liberty Forge says:

    https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/world/most-us-travelers-will-be-barred-from-eu-when-bloc-reopens/ar-BB161dqU

    They are going “all in”.

    The EU is now barring US travelers.

    Oh boy — the scent of desperation sweat.

    Hang tough.

    Liked by 6 people

  14. Mncpo(ret) says:

    This is a world wide awakening of regular people who have discovered we’ve been lied to, led the wrong direction, and deceived.

    All by an elite group of that want to run the world.

    If we hadn’t elected DJT, we never would have seen the corruption that was”our” Government exposed. Radicals wear suits and work in the FBI and DOJ, they’re not just nut cases in the streets dressed in black.

    It’s truly a world movement of people waking to the corruption of their own Govts. and seeking answers.

    Liked by 16 people

  15. Kenji says:

    My daughter and her husband took a delayed honeymoon to England and Ireland last year. My SIL is a Man United Fan, and took in a game at Old Trafford (oh well), but there was also a match nearby at Burnley … just North of Manchester. No interest in the teams per se, but a chance to experience a different town in the what? “Midlands”? And take in another LIVE EPL match.

    My daughter said that little side trip became the best part of their trip … as they were immediately befriended by some local Burnley supporters who took them out to their home pub after the match, and showed them their city. Genuinely lovely people, who went far out of their way to be nice.

    Please note: these were the same Burnley people likely responsible for flying a plane over their stadium last week … with a banner reading: “White lives matter” whilst the players were all on their knees with jerseys all reading: “Black lives matter” on their backs. These are the people who swung the BREXIT vote in favor of King and country over faceless Eurocrats in Belgium. These are the people of this poem … standing up for what is theirs. For what is right.

    Congrats to this poet … spot on! You’re neither “thick” … nor a “c*nt”. You’re the kind of man who would have shown my American daughter and her husband a right good time.

    Liked by 23 people

    • spreston13 says:

      Burnley, my home town, is in Lancashire in the north of England.

      Liked by 6 people

      • Kenji says:

        North it is! Are there really four thousand holes in Blackburn Lancashire? And are the holes really small?

        Just teasing … I’m a massive Anglophile and credit the English people for the Magna Carta, the inalienable human Rights of the Individual, and ultimately … our US Constitution.

        My daughter cannot stop talking about the people of Burnley she met. I need to take my own tour of the North of England

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      • The Devilbat says:

        My home town was Feltham in Middlesex (now Surrey) just 2.5 miles from London Heathrow Airport. I got the Hell out when I was 21 years old. I will be 69 tomorrow!

        I never had any white privilege. My father delivered milk to peoples doorsteps (milkman) who worked seven days a week and my mother was a post lady who worked six to seven days a week. Their wages were pitiful to say the least.

        On Sundays my mother would work emptying post boxes (mail boxes) and carry the mail back to the post office, sorting office in a canvas bag that was attached to the front of her red post office bicycle She got knocked off that bicycle numerous times by bad drivers.

        My family never owned a car, we all rode bicycles. Because she was a woman my mother only earned half the pay that the men were paid. that changed only after she retired. Her government post office pension was fixed. there were never any raises due to inflation.

        About five years before she passed away mum used her pension check for the month to buy a new pair of carpet slippers. The UK has always been a complete SH!THOLE for the working classes.

        I was lucky, I had two wonderful parents who worked their butts off for both myself and my sister. Together they bought a house and looked after us. What’s funny is that we never thought of ourselves as being poor and we would frequently give to charities.

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        • Kenji says:

          So you escaped at just about the pinnacle of Marxist Britain? Just ahead of Dame Thatcher’s clean up job? About the time my “buddy”, Stuart Varney escaped to America, only to serve Joe Namath his prime rib dinner? I hardly blame you, and sincerely hope Britain never collapses. I don’t want to live in a world without British culture.

          Liked by 6 people

          • Ad rem says:

            Agree Kenji. Huge Anglophile myself….we had to cancel our trip planned for last April. Oh well, maybe I can visit London over the holidays. Always wanted to see the lights on Regent St. at Christmas….and spend days on end at the British Museum. *Sigh*….

            Liked by 4 people

            • The Devilbat says:

              Ad Rem, Christmas is the very, very, very worst time to go to London. The weather is cold damp and miserable and it will chill your bones. Expect lashing cold rain and very low temperatures. The days are very short with sunrise being at about 8:00am and sunset about 4:00pm. You will experience, cold, wet and dark and it will be very expensive. The shops on Regent Street will have insane prices and they ALWAYS rip off Americans.

              Worse still is if you spend your Christmas there. Everything and I mean EVERYTHING closes down for about two weeks after Christmas eve. All the shops, museums and restaurants will be closed and there will be absolutely NOTHING to do.

              There are some tours that are a pretty good deal in the spring and summer. American Express used to have a good one but I am sure that there are others. Always book with a reputable company. Many small UK companies have gone broke and left people stranded.

              You will almost certainly have a lot more fun outside of London. May I suggest Scotland instead of England. It is a fabulously beautiful place and the people their are very friendly. You will to to see the lochs and all sorts of fabulous castles and historic places. Amex I know has a tour there. Go here to see it:

              https://www.americanexpress.com/en-us/travel/destination-experiences/partner/travel-impressions

              Maybe you could spend two nights in London and then go on the tour to Scotland. That way if you have never seen London before you will get it out of your system. An American visiting London is akin to an Englishman visiting NYC. It’s America but it’s not the real America. Just don’t go to the UK in the winter and especially at Christmas.

              All the best from Bat.

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              • Ad rem says:

                Of course, you are the voice of reason dear Bat. In reality, the very best time to go would probably be next spring….once the Covid business has settled down and the bugs are out of the travel industry. Dreams of afternoon tea at Fortnum and Mason and strolling past this year’s Christmas windows will have to be done on YouTube once again.

                Yep….having to endure everything closed for two weeks, as well as finding the great home tours not open would be a total waste of time and money. LOL…and you bring up a good analogy too. We visited NYC with our three y/o daughter one year during the holiday season. It took us 5 hours just to make it across Manhatten (trapped between two buses on 5th Ave.) and to our hotel on Long Island. We paid an outrageous fee to park for one hour just so I could check out Bloomingdales, and I bought the worst pizza I ever ate on Lexington Ave. while my husband double-parked. To top it all off, we ran out of change for the toll booth just as we approached the Holland Tunnel….total nightmare.

                Of course you’re right! Thank you…… 😘

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                • The Devilbat says:

                  Ad Rem, I lived in Manhattan for five years. It is where I met my wife. she was an art director in a major advertising agency. The city is far worse today than it was back when I lived there. They now have a communist mayor who has REALLY screwed the place up. As to England, I went there with my wife for Christmas once and it was awful outside of seeing my family there. Bat.

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              • Rodney Plonker says:

                What a load of bollocks. They do not close down for 2 weeks. Everything will be open apart from Christmas Day and New Year’s Day. I’d advise not to go over that time just because it will be ultra busy with tourists. If you don’t have kids, go during school time.

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                • The Devilbat says:

                  Bullcrap, I was born and raised ten miles from the city and never left until I was 21 years old. I was back there for Christmas with my wife to see relatives. After Christmas the place was closed down. Most people take two weeks off for Christmas.

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                • swissik says:

                  Well I remember Boxing Day (26thDec) and January 2, both bank holidays. If you add those you come close to a total of two weeks off.

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        • Peppurr says:

          Lovely post Devil Bat. I read it twice. My mother was an English war bride and as a result I have been to England several times to visit her family. Over the years, I have visited relatives there in Banstead, London and Nottingham. The last time I went, was in the mid ’70s and I felt like I had landed in Pakistan. A cousin of mine has never worked and lives very comfortably on national health with his wife and 6 kids. Such a shame.

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  16. rkv.
    Please.
    Compose your own poem.
    When I’m done critiquing it, I’ll decide whether it is worth sharing.

    Liked by 2 people

  17. Mike in a Truck says:

    Unfortunately my British cousins have been disarmed. Left to the tender mercies of thire soon to be new masters. They will be given a choice- kneel before Allah or die. They will go peacefully into enslavement.Here in the states things are different ,just the opposite. Our new masters are emerging but it will not end peacefully. UnCivil War is coming.Better to die on my feet than live on my knees.

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    • Johnny Bravo says:

      As an observant Brit looking at my American cousins plight, I recognise hat the US has the 1st and 2nd amendment. Although, at this juncture, neither seem to be making much difference to civility.

      And whilst I wish we had a written constitution (I’ll exclude the Magna Carta) including 2 such wonderful amendments. Note this…. Patriots here are are no different in fervour to you there. Believe me we will not be defied when the time is ripe.

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    • The Devilbat says:

      The British were NEVER been permitted to use a firearm in self defense since the early 1900’s. If one had a license to own a gun, you had to keep it locked in an approved gun safe. When carrying it to the range the gun had to be unloaded with the ammunition being in a separate box.

      After the school shooting in Scotland where the local police had granted a license to a known nut job that caused the problem in the first place. all pistols were forcibly bought back by the government. My friend was a member of the British Airways pistol team.

      The pistol team used to fly all over Europe to compete in the sport. My friend had to turn his pistols in to the police station. He got paid for them eventually and the club was closed down.

      To recap, one was ever permitted under ANY circumstances to use a firearm in defense of ones life or a family members life. It is even worse today as a woman using a hairspray against a rapist will earn her a longer prison sentence than her attacker. As I said in an earlier post, the UK is a first order SH!THOLE that is run by idiots and imbeciles.

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      • HB says:

        I was under the opinion that Britain’s gun laws and confiscations mostly came into effect after WWI when communist factions became so prevalent as to scare the government.

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  18. FreyFelipe says:

    This man especially didn’t seem to appreciate his 2 year old granddaughter being accused of being guilty of slavery. Obviously, it will take many years in a PC Reeducation Camp for him to get his attitude brought up to the proper standard. And it should go without saying that he must never be allowed any form of communication with his granddaughter as he would likely try to convince her that she is actually innocent.

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  19. A2 says:

    A well known stand-up comedian and straight talker.

    https://www.joe.co.uk/comedy/chris-mcglade-forgiveness-242203

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  20. Jayne says:

    Did he modify the poem to add the COVID line? This was originally done in 2018, so are there any other differences?

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  21. Bill Henslee says:

    Where can I get a text copy to post?

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  22. crikey9 says:

    Well said Chris…glad you slowed it down so us Americans could hear every glorious word

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  23. T2020 says:

    A very courteous b*tchslap to the Left.😁🍺

    Liked by 2 people

  24. Matt712 says:

    “Divide and govern” is a maxim consecrated by the experience of ages, and should be familiar in its use to every politician as the knife he carries in his pocket. In the work here to be executed, the best effects may be produced by this maxim, and with peculiar facility.”

    [Philip Freneau, “Rules for Changing a Limited Republican Government into an Unlimited Hereditary One.” National Gazette, 1792, Rule 10 ]

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  25. Cathy M. says:

    Worth reading this long thread

    “‘Holy CRAP, Democrats are lunatics!’ Brian Cates shuts leftist pollsters and Trump gloom and doomers down in EPIC thread”

    https://twitchy.com/samj-3930/2020/06/26/holy-crap-democrats-are-lunatics-brian-cates-shuts-leftist-pollsters-and-trump-gloom-and-doomers-down-in-epic-thread/

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    • Cathy M. says:

      I’ll be reading the above thread to my 93 yrs young mom (a WWII bride from Italy) who is frightened to death because of all the riots she sees in the news (She watches FOX all day long). She’s frightened by the Presidential polls. She is literally terrified that Trump might not get re-elected.

      I’ve been trying to explain what’s going on. I’m hoping she’ll calm down a bit if she reads what I’ve been explaining to her if she reads it in the news (actually twitter;-)

      Liked by 3 people

      • New Nonna, Again!!! 🤗 says:

        God bless your mom, Cathy. She’s not alone.

        My 87 and vacillates between great hope in God, knowing He is in charge and having won the battle already and for all time, and being scared to pieces.

        She watches Fox all day too, lives alone in another state, can’t hear in person or on the phone so we communicate with her, encouraging her, via texts only and is lonely and it’s all very sad.

        Your mom is not alone. God bless her. 🙏🏼

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        • New Nonna, Again!!! 🤗 says:

          *My mom is 87 and….

          Liked by 1 person

        • Cathy M. says:

          Thanks for your comment.

          Well, my mom was not totally alone until the lock-downs. We have cut down on in person visits.
          She has 10 children & I lost track of how many grand children, great grand children& great-great grand children. (I believe it’s about 50). Oh- and in-laws

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  26. doyouseemyvision says:

    Katie Holmes is a Conservative Brit that writes for Daily Mail. She has been thrown out of Twitter many times and the thought police just banned her permanently about 2 weeks ago. This speech was in 2018 in the US entitled: ‘Don’t become like the UK’. Thought-provoking.

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  27. hagarthorrible says:

    I only speak English so it was hard to understand…WOW! sort of my own words but somehow they sound better and make more sense when he says them. this man is the very best kind of patriot… A WORKING MAN’S PATRIOT!

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  28. I thought it was a great poem for today and everyday in this upside-down world that we live in.
    I have family ties to that part of the world and it reminds me of many things my Dad or husband would and have said many times over; perhaps in a gentler way.
    This should go viral.|

    Thanks again Sundance for your insight.

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  29. TN Volunteer says:

    This is the type of man than ran a gun crew aboard HMS Victory with Lord Nelson, back when the British ruled the world. There’s a whole lot more of us out here who are just about tired of this nonsense. I’m with you brother.

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  30. jimrockfish says:

    Thank you for posting this Sundance! He spoke for me. There’s more of us than them!

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  31. DeplorableBrexitGuy says:

    Been on CTH since 2016. I am British ex-pat. Lived in Chicago since 1999. Traveled globally on business. Now struggling to make ends meet as our Governor shut my business down in March. I have been working at a local hardware store during COVID to pack boxes for retirement homes and the Vets. I can relate to Mr McGlade.

    County Durham and the North East “Geordie” folk in the UK are the toughest people I have ever known. “Salt of the Earth” folk. Extremely hardworking and from an Industrial Revolution (IR) history of ship building, coal mining and fishing. I get what Mr McGlade says totally, and I give him a pass on the language because I know where he has come from. We saw the backlash in the UK with BREXIT, which the so called elite tried to overturn for three years, but democracy won in that end.

    My white English forefathers, played a part in developing the English language, common law, the first democratic institutions, fought Napoleon, discovered and gave justice to vast swathes of the world. They dug the coal that fueled the IR that brought (and still does) the masses out abject squalor, held the line at Mons in the First World War and brought the third rich to its knees.

    Now look at us all. We can’t throw our freedoms away and destroy our history fast enough.

    Who would have thought that in our wildest dreams we would have SO incompetent governments and such a daft, weak stupid population to boot. I pray and hope enough of us remain to stop this nonsense. God Bless America and the UK.

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  32. Alex1689 says:

    Wow. Thank you Sundance for posting this. Everything we see out of the UK gives the appearance the situation is hopeless and Big Brother has won. Yet here we have proof the idea of freedom still burns in the smoldering embers of the lion hearts of free Englishmen. God bless them. May they #fightback.

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  33. A blast furnace as a shrine…..outstanding! Steel making was a component that made the west great, and rich. I love those old mills and my heart breaks when I see them abandoned and desolate, knowing that in my enemy’s country new wealth is being created in steel mills. Wealth that should be ours. Wealth that in their hands will be used to enslave us. Damn you central bankers for moving industries around on your chess board for your evil enjoyment. You have wrecked many a man and family taking away our heavy industry, and by such our American Pride.

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  34. railer says:

    Great stuff. We have a few blast furnace shrines here in Detroit and I know a lot of guys who know exactly what this guy knows. Preach it, brother.

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  35. So… Now tell me that ‘Dr. Who’ is just a T.V. show.

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