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Real Britannia: Sharing the Diversity Burden – RB 013023

Sven Longshanks and Max Musson discuss the refugee burden, voter ID and Oswald Mosley around the time of the first world war.

The final figures are in and 45,000 migrants arrived last year from France, claiming to be fleeing a war.

The government first puts them in hotels, then pays to place them in houses and is now putting them into rural areas to ‘share the burden’.

This of course looks like the government is trying force diversity onto formerly homogenous indigenous British areas.

The government are also bringing in voter ID requirements, while ignoring glaring examples of where ballot fraud could take place in the electoral system.

Oswald Mosley came from a broken home and went on to cheat on his first wife.

It is alleged that he was expelled from military school, but this is contradicted by the evidence.

He was known for being the best speaker in parliament and he did this with no notes and almost beat Neville Chamberlain when he went up against him, losing by just 77 votes.

Presented by Sven Longshanks and Max Musson

Real Britannia: Sharing the Diversity Burden – RB 013023


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