Roll up Roll up Council says something STUPID

October 22, 2005 at 8:39 pm | Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Council Officers at Test Valley Council in Hampshire claim smoke from the fires on November 5 annoys neighbours, makes people ill and drifts over roads.
But yesterday, local folk told the authority to go to blazes over its killjoy plan.
MP Sandra Gidley, whose constituency is in the Test Valley area, said: ‘Saying don’t have a bonfire on Bonfire Night is political correctness gone stark, staring bonkers.
See link below for this article.
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/pages/live/articles/news/news.html?in_article_id=366228&in_page_id=1770&ct=5

Here we go again another PC Council with little else to do but stare at the ceiling dreaming up ways to abuse peoples rights and draw attention to their own bigoted views.
But then of course we know why don’t we…….NO, then I’ll begin.
Bonfire Night is-(and here’s the science bit) An English Celebration– NOT Britain ”oh I see now I understand you say”
So you see as an English thing it is fair game for all sorts of wakos to crawl out of their hole and impose bigoted discriminatory rules on us that would not fly anywhere else, as England has no Political voice such as a National Parliament, or a social profile such as being recognised as a NATION we have no way of telling these Turncoats to get stuffed.
Bonfire Night is a celebration or remembrance whatever you like of The Gunpowder Plot of 1605 when England was STILL free and a Nation State, with an Army, Navy and Parliament of our own, at this time the Raj was still in it’s infancy and would not control us for a further 102 years.
The failed plot by Guy Fawkes and 12 conspirators to blow up The ENGLISH PARLIAMENT(and I do mean English as it did still exist then) and King James l(seed of the Raj) in 1605 sparked the rhyme: ‘Remember, remember the 5th of November, Gunpowder, Treason and Plot.-see links below for further info
http://www.gunpowder-plot.org/ (The Gunpowder Plot Society)
http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/museum/item.asp?item_id=19
http://www.bonefire.org/guy/gunpowder.php
I know as a child growing up in the 70’s Bonfire night was not so much about history but a great chance to get rid of as much unwanted junk on the fire as was possible, everywhere people were just having a B- good evening, a baked potato cooked in the ash,a few fireworks, the obligatory sparkler burn (ouch),history did take a back seat, but 25-30 years ago Bonfire Night say between 3rd -6th of November was the only time kids got to see fireworks, remember that 3-4 days a year was it,then bye bye for 12 months, now of course you cannot get away from fireworks as some PERSON or other seems hell bent on blasting away 24/7 for sometimes up to six months of the years,so now the magic of fireworks is definitely gone as they are an everyday noise in the air.
We in England must stand up for the right (which WE don’t have by the way) to celebrate one of the few English Historical calendar Events we have,because WE ALL KNOW that if it was anybody else…..they couldn’t complain.

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