The Veneer of Social Order

Living in a country such as the UK, basic social order has been taken for granted for centuries. Even during the economic and political upheavals of the 1920s and 1930s, or during the Second World War, disorder was only briefly and occasionally present. The 1950s and 1960s brought the odd street battle (not always political), but real life continued. The same was true of the 1970s and 1980s, where the occasional skirmish between political opponents or industrial disputants and/or the police was something that people for the most part watched on television, in between a variety show and Match of The Day. The relatively few riotous disorders in a few black neighbourhoods in London and elsewhere did not directly affect many citizens.

In those past decades, there were certainties: pretty much everywhere had a police station (even a village would have a “police house” with one or two constables). Every village had a sub-post office, every town had at least one main post office. Emergency calls for ambulances were quickly answered and took people to Accident and Emergency departments and hospitals which were usually efficient, with quiet wards and plenty of staff. Courts were places of seriousness and, in larger towns, some grandeur. Social security offices were there to help the poor, unemployed, disabled and destitute.

Now look. The UK’s social fabric has worn very very thin. Police are concentrated in large police stations and headquarters and are rarely seen on the streets. I myself happened to need to report something recently (in a small town in Southern England) and went to the large police station only to find that it shut daily at 1800 hrs and was staffed (as far as could be seen) by one woman aged (it appeared) in her sixties, certainly late fifties, in a uniform bearing the rank “Station Support Officer”, i.e. not even a policewoman. Admittedly, another and very pleasant woman, with a charming yet efficient telephone manner, called later to take details, but she was based in some other part of the county.

Many will recall the petrol disputes and consequent shortages which happened a few times in the Tony Blair years. I myself saw, in 2000, scenes verging on the anarchic, simply because the petrol stations were running out of fuel.

Again, take the health service, with its crowding, its noisy hospitals, its bureaucracy, its ever-lengthening response times and waiting lists. Or look at the courts (those not closed down, of which there have been literally hundreds in England and Wales). Instead of imposing and beautiful buildings imparting a sense of “the majesty of the law”, we find that many courts are housed in ugly utilitarian edifices. In addition, many citizens are now priced out of justice by high fees.

Then we have the governmental functions that interface with members of the public on a vast scale: the almost inhuman DWP created or coarsened by Iain Dunce Duncan Smith, the Jew “Lord” Freud etc., the HMRC and its (even more shambolic) administration. To call these organizations “not fit for purpose” is to be kind.

We have examined the now-skeletal police service; the same is true of the armed services, such as the British Army. What would happen if there were a truly big challenge to public and social order? Could the State cope? I think not.

For the above reasons and several others, I favour the creation of a mini-ethnostate in one or more parts of the UK, possibly starting in the South West of England. I have written about the idea in several of my blog posts on this site as well as on my own website:

If the social order breaks down in the UK, the “safe zone” that I propose will be a redoubt, an area where public and social order can be maintained, together with culture, civilization, a decent life. From this defended region can come the call to the rest of the UK to re-establish society and State.

4 thoughts on “The Veneer of Social Order”

  1. Not at all sure about occupying the preferred retirement area of the London elites (Dorset, Devon and Cornwall), mostly because you will be well interfered with.

    Much better to do what is happening in Germany in the nationalist/heathen community. There three or four families move in to a small village of perhaps 50 people and establish themselves securely in the village.

    City dwellers of the same persuasion visit at weekends and holiday times to help the community in basic tasks. Residents take on local duties such as running the village shop, delivering newspapers/mail/parcels. They run neighbourhood watch schemes and train their folk in self defence.

    As property comes on the market more members of the same group move in. After a few years the village becomes a nationalist/heathen community growing it own food, generating its own power and providing its own social services all entirely independent from the State.

    Videos on these projects used to be all over YouTube but (((they))) had them removed because these nationalist/heathen villages were becoming too successful establishing free mini states within greater Germany.

    Part of the reason the (((government))) started swamping small German villages with 1000 immigrants at a time was to disrupt this process. (((The powers that be))) would never permit a small ethnostate to be established in rural UK.

    The answer to this is to set up close knit ‘associations of friends’ that operate on the same principle but over a wider area such as a valley or on a promontory where they might constitute perhaps 25% or 30% of a localities’ population, much in the same way revolutionary religious groups do!

    Then when the sh*t hits the fan and our Quissling leaders go in to panic mode and over react, you have self sufficient communities by the scores all over the place that can support each other.

    In essence you have established an alternative state within the Establishment’s State while still complying with the law of our Quissling leaders and their (((bosses))). You have paid their taxes, done their bidding, abided by their rules while at the same time setting up your own political-social order base upon either Strasser’s Social Nationalism or Feder’s National Socialism or both.

    When push comes to shove your people will support each other, feed each other, protect each other. The Quisslings in Westminster will still be squabbling who gets the last crate of Champagne while all your ten or fifteen million people will be sitting down to a tastey lentil soup followed by a nutritious Shepherd’s pie, or whatever it is you fancy!

    Life goes on.


  2. Social-national communities/safe zones are a perfectly excellent idea, but we must focus on reality.

    In reality, it won’t happen. Sorry.

    The reason is that only a tiny few nationalists (i.e. maybe a dozen or so at the very most) will bother to re-locate to such a community. Nationalists are not just nationalists. They are also individuals in their own communities, with ordinary ties, families and other commitments that are often geographically-specific. That’s before we get to the emotional ties that people often have with their locality.

    There is also the obstinate mentality found among more than a few that likens a communitarian strategy of this kind to “running away”, “retreating”, “circling the wagons” or “giving up our country”.

    I realise that’s not what it is, but we must be realistic and appreciate that most nationalists are not very bright and will not take the trouble to understand your underlying reasoning. There is the Catch-22. If your idea was better-understood, then the numbers would be there and it could be made to work. But it won’t be understood, therefore the numbers won’t be there, and so it can’t work.

    I know it’s offensive to say that nationalists aren’t bright, but it’s demonstrably true. We’re not even capable of running the communities in which we live, never mind moving to new ones. I really think before we call the public stupid, we ought to take a long hard look at ourselves and ask why it is that we keep going round in circles discussing grandiose ideas that can’t work in the real world.

    I live in real world. I deal in reality. I want to discuss ideas that work with people who inhabit the same planet as mine, or at least the same star system – even if that means I have to make compromises. For instance, we may have to accept the presence of non-whites in our country as a permanent reality and that Britain cannot be a white country again – at least not for several decades. Half a loaf is better than none…etc., etc.

    Your idea is still very good, and it might work if it is started at the opposite end of the telescope with a small group (and I mean tiny) that is formed on a national basis and looks at targeting promising wards for electoral purposes.


    1. “Reality” is what exists. At one time a “socialist” state run by Communists was not realistic (until it happened under Lenin etc). At one time, from 1919 until at least the late 1920s, Hitler was a joke, a ranting (according to the System propaganda) figure dressed in lederhosen, with no prospect of ever becoming a major political figure even in Bavaria, let alone in Germany or Europe. The NSDAP vote, as late as 1928, was 2.6%, lower than UKIP was before its post-2010 surge and not much better than the BNP had at its peak; yet this joke party led by a joke leader became the ruler of Germany and then of Europe.

      I dispute that “nationalists” are “not very bright”. They vary in their abilities, yes, as do those of other ideological views. Speaking personally, I have no interest (and at age 60, no time to waste) in trying to target scattered tiny local council wards “for electoral purposes”. I would rather do nothing than waste my time on the nationalist hobby-politics which I have seen, mostly as observer, for 40+ years.

      My plan may not be “realistic” in the everyday sense and may never happen. That is God’s decision. However, if the UK is to halt its slide to perdition, that plan, or something else similar, has to happen.


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