London has changed considerably over the past few generations–much to the disarray of recently disowned celebrities such as John Cleese and Jeremy Clarkson. But were they right in pointing out a loss of Englishness? No–they were purely bigoted, driven by populist far-right extremist bigotry!
To suggest that London is essentially the same or remains quintessentially English is to deny reality. It simply isn’t the same city.
What’s worse, the Mainstream Media or the authorities will attempt to gaslight and smear those who draw awkward attention to the rapid transformation of London away from the capital city of England, to a dehomogenized cultureless neo-Babylonian experiment; for which the unsuspecting English population must play the guinea pig–otherwise they’re racist.
If you’re concerned by the uptick in stabbings, rapes, murders, acid attacks, muggings, moped thieves, drug peddling, and the myriad other social troubles with an increasingly atomized and multicultural London: well, I hate to break it to you, but you’re the problem here, buster. All of the above undesirable social ailments have been a part of London for decades! Didn’t you know about the roving bands of Victorian women who went around dousing unwary strangers with caustic substances? Or the stereotypical Dickensian Cockney men who systematically groomed and raped teenage girls. What about Guy Fawkes? He tried to blow up the Houses of Parliament. Londinium was multicultural AF. So, see: these problems have always existed and AREN’T a product of globalist politics.
Anyway, to approach the topic of a changing London, there is yet another angle–food. Think of the food. We’re often told of how we wouldn’t manage without the stunning array of global cuisine without mass immigration. If only there was this thing in which we are globally interconnected where we could access at the touch of a button on our phones or laptops to consult foreign recipes. Oh, geez, somebody could make a fortune off such a creation.
I kid of course.
Two articles which have floated around the interwebs include one from The Financial Times which mentioned a decline in London’s Pie and Mash restaurants as one of the oldest Pie and Mash restaurants is going out of business. F Cooke, the current owner, had the shop in his family since his great-grandfather opened the franchise in 1862.
The other article details a rise in demand for chimpanzee meat in the UK. The obvious question to ask is, where did British people suddenly develop a taste for bush meat? I think we all know the answer to that question.
Chimpanzee meat, which is illegal, is being served in food stalls and weddings in the UK–at a time where more traditional English dishes such as Pie and Mash is on the decline.
According to The Mirror, “In the past month a ton of the animal’s flesh – known as bush meat – was confiscated at customs as it came into the UK from West Africa, leading primate scientist Dr Ben Garrod said.”
The highly demanded Western chimpanzee–which is on the critically endangered species list–can fetch a price five times the average for prime cuts of beef.
London, and the rest of Britain, is simply upping its vibrancy away from a Gammon-dominated stale myopic Little England. Don’t let a critically endangered species whose meat can potentially carry deadly diseases given its genetic similarities to people and its frequent unsanitary treatment speak otherwise. This is progress.
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