As a Welshman who sees himself as a patriot, and somebody who is fearlessly proud of his heritage, I would consider myself a traitor to not only my ancestors, but to everything I hold dear – if I did not voice my opinion on something that fills me with not only a great sense of disappointment, but intense anger.
A senior Welsh politician, namely Dafydd Iwan, a former Plaid Cymru president, has called for the song ‘Delilah’ to be banned from being sung at the Millennium Stadium before matches, due to it’s ‘inappropriate subject matter.’
‘Delilah’, for those who may not be aware is a Tom Jones song, considered a classic, and has long been considered the secondary national anthem at International Rugby Matches.
The song is also shared by Stoke City Football Club, and preceding matches at the Millennium stadium, the lyrics are boldly displayed on the big screen by the Welsh Rugby Union.
The song itself, which was first recorded in 1968, centres around the revenge killing of a woman by a scorned lover.
‘La Marseillaise’ and ‘The Flower of Scotland’ for example, both feature lyrics with references to violence, but Dafyyd Iwan, now says the iconic anthem should be abandoned – in his opinion, simply, for promoting domestic violence.
So where does this behaviour and opinion, which is slowly, but very successfully destroying this nation’s identity come from?
The victim mentality, the aggressive feminism, the gay rights movement, the fictitious statistics, the hastily rewritten history, the endless lies, the incessant demands, and all the odious paraphernalia that accompanies it – where does it come from?
For the first time in history, the British are frightened of what they say, to speak their minds in public and to be especially wary about anything they write – even to a degree, how they think.
They live in in a climate of continuous fear, where using the wrong word, or a word seen as being offensive or insensitive, or racist, ageist, sexist, or homophobic, makes one become instantly – a social outcast.
It seems to have appeared from nowhere and has slowly, but steadily permeated almost all levels of society, to where it has spread throughout the country virtually unchecked.
It is known simply as “Political Correctness.”
A name which began as something of a joke, it originated from a comic strip, and although many people still think of it as only being half-serious, and mainly dismiss it, I can assure you it is anything but a joke.
Not a joke that anyone could recognise as being humorous anyway.
It is deadly serious and it would not be an exaggeration to say that it has become one of the great rampaging diseases of this century.
It is a plague that has left tens of millions of people dead not only in Europe, but in Russia, China, and around the world.
It is a scourge, it is a disease, it is extremely virulent and is a disease of something known as ideology.
Political Correctness is not funny whichever way you look at it.
Political Correctness is serious, deadly serious in fact.
If you look at it in some detail, if you consider it from a historical viewpoint, it is a simple matter to discover exactly what it is.
Political Correctness is another term for cultural Marxism.
It is Marxism translated from economic into cultural terms, and it goes back not to the 1960s and the hippies and the ban the bombers, but back to the heady days of the Great War.
All you have to do is to compare the two, and it will become blindingly obvious.
To begin with, both are ideologies totalitarian in nature.
The totalitarian nature of Political Correctness is most clearly visible in schools, universities and colleges, where the student or tutor who dares to cross any of the invisible lines set up by any of the “victim” groups that political correctness hinges upon, quickly finds themselves, ‘up to their necks in trouble’.
Whether they be militant feminists, anti-semitic, homosexual-rights activists, or the local muslim, black or asian groups that exist within it’s environs.
From that starting point, from the very seats of learning which churn out the next generation of adults – who will assume their roles in a society, which is already mapped out for them, suitably armed with the already ingrained ideology of political correctness instilled by their education – you can see the future.
A future incidentally, that political correctness and it’s many hidden allies, intends for this nation as a whole.