It has been revealed that the British government is spending tens of millions of pounds of taxpayers' money in a desperate attempt to turn back the rising tide of race realism, evoking comparisons with King Canute, the ancient British monarch who tried to command the incoming tide to turn back.

The money includes millions paid to the Jewish-founded advertising giant M&C Saatchi to tackle racist memes on the internet, as well as £60m to monitor the growing nationalist movement on the continent by a secret Whitehall department, according to a report in The Times, a failing newspaper that is trying to generate income with a paywall (so no link, sorry).

According to information released through a "freedom of information" request, the government is hoping to challenge "people who read Breitbart and stuff like that, the conspiratorial media."

The government is also spending millions for security on mosques, in order to ensure that there are no more "unscheduled bacon or ham deliveries," as Muslim intolerance of pork products renders them extremely vulnerable to this simple form of protest. 

Data recently released by the National Police Chiefs Council shows that nationalism is rising across the board, with the number of so-called "far-right" referrals in England and Wales increasing by 74%, from 323 cases in 2014-15 to 561 in 2015-16. 

52% of the cases cited involved under-18s, showing that Generation Z is on course to become the most uncompromising, "right-wing," and nationalist generation ever.

Diane Abbott, the big, fat, ugly Black woman who is now the "shadow Home Secretary" in the unelectable Labour shadow cabinet, said the figures showed that the government's counter-radicalisation strategy had failed.

M&C Saatchi won the Home Office contract to produce up to 10 campaigns a year to tackle British nationalism on the internet. In the past, M&C Saatchi has been involved in other political campaigns, including a campaign that used swastikas to undermine the British National party during the 2010 election. 

So, keep an eye out for fake memes pushing a ludicrous, multicultural PC message. That could well be your taxes being pissed down the drain.

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  1. Our first interest has to be ourselves, then our blood-relations, our nation our allies and those that share our culture, beliefs and ideals. We have absolutely nothing in common in any way with Muslims or Asians and Africans. They must look after their own kind as we do ours, and that is human nature. Self-interest and family first.

  2. The Government thinks it owes its allegiance elsewhere than to the people. Here's a blast from 60 years ago.


    The Earl of Gosford: "...The noble Lord, Lord Silkin, as did several other noble Lords, mentioned world government. Her Majesty's Government are fully in agreement with world government. We agree that this must be the goal, and that every step that is humanly possible must be taken to reach that goal. I can assure the noble Lord on this point. Surely, the Declaration of Common Purpose is a step in that direction. ..."