England dominating the Commonwealth Games

! This post hasn't been updated in over a year. A lot can change in a year including my opinion and the amount of naughty words I use. There's a good chance that there's something in what's written below that someone will find objectionable. That's fine, if I tried to please everybody all of the time then I'd be a Lib Dem (remember them?) and I'm certainly not one of those. The point is, I'm not the kind of person to try and alter history in case I said something in the past that someone can use against me in the future but just remember that the person I was then isn't the person I am now nor the person I'll be in a year's time.

I’ll never get tired of hearing the words “And now the national anthem of England“.

England are topping the Commonwealth Games medals table at the moment with 16 golds, closely followed by Australia. But the important question is how are we doing against the rest of the British Isles? The answer is, we’re thrashing them!

Country Gold Silver Bronze
England 16 12 12
Scotland 9 6 7
Wales 2 6 6
Isle of Man 0 1 0
Northern Ireland 0 0 1


  1. Bob Anglorum (86 comments) says:

    But who declared that the national anthem of England is “Jerusalem”. I certainly do not want to build Jerusalem in Englands green and pleasant land. The choice may have an underlying meaning which no doubt will please the Jewish money lenders behind the Bank of England which was established by the Scots, as they pointed out at the opening ceremony.

    Our anthem is God Save the Queen, but since this anthem referes to the “rebellious Scots”, perhaps they did’nt want to upset the hosts. If they continue to use “Jerusalem” in other events i suggest we change the English flag to that of Palestine, the song simply brings up the image of women and children being slaughtered in Gaza.

    What ever we build in England, lets make sure it relates to our genuine heritage which is not Jewish, so either change the song or change the words. Why would the English want to build Jerusalem in their country? This is England not the holy land, either I do not get the cryptic meaning behind it or the song is warped and twisted. Land of Hope and Glory would have been better.

    Well done to team England though, they are doing a great job, I will just have to sing Land of Hope and Glory when they win, there again that could deter them from winning, my singing is’nt the best.

    • William Gruff (138 comments) says:

      The Bank of England was not founded by ‘the Scots’; it was established by a group of London businessmen, numbering about twenty seven if I recall correctly, of whom William Patterson, architect of the disastrous Darien Scheme, was one.

      • Bob Anglorum (86 comments) says:

        You must be knocking on a bit Will, if you are trying to recall who founded the Bank of England in 1694, your doing well for your age (joke)

        It was the Scottish financier William Paterson who advised Charles Montagu of the English Treasury to establish a Bank of England in 1694. This would become the source of money supply to the English then GB governments from private people sitting behind the incorporated company called the Governor and Company of the Bank of England. It is virtually imposible to find out exactly who is and was lending money to the government, which became known as the “national debt”

        During the English civil war people placed their gold and silver into safe keeping with London goldsmiths. Many of these people subsequently were killed in action and the goldsmiths then had an abundance of treasures, this they would lend to the government, who had the public taxed to pay back both capital and interest. This system of the Stuart Kings evolved into the Bank of England

        The actual nationality of the goldsmiths is unclear, but the evidence seems to point towards Jews and Scots, especially as Oliver Cromwel for reward of a loan agreed to allow the Jews back into England. The Bank of England has been engaged in money lending to countries around the globe, and it has been declared to be an “official secret” as to who the private money lenders are.

        In 1709 the Bank had a full manopoly on holding gold and issuing bank notes in stead of real money. If you read on their notes that they “promise to pay the bearer”, then try to exchange their notes for the gold or siver they supposedly keep safe for you. See what answer you get if you want your gold and silver, I think the last word will be “off”.

        Because it’s a Scottish inspired racket to control the English through “national debt” using Jewish money lenders. Between them they have inveigled England out of it’s wealth, which technically is a “war crime”, coming under “plunder”. The Jewish religion instructs Jews to, by hook or by crook, take the wealth of all gentiles. But dont take my word for it, take theirs-

        “the property of the gentile belongs to no one, and the first Jew that passes has the full right to seize it” (Schulchan Aruch, Law 24)

        “all property of other nations belongs to the Jewish nation, which consequently is entitled to seize upon it without any scruples” (Schulcan Aruch, Choszen Hamiszput, 348)

        “A jew may rob a goy, that is, he may cheat him in a bill. (Schulcan Aruch, Choszen Hamiszput 28)

        “the government of the peoples included in this world republic with the aid of the victorious proletariat, all will fall without difficulty into Jewish hands. Private property will then be strangled by the Jewish directors, who will administed the state patrimony everywhere, thus the promise of the Talmud will be fulfilled, the promise that the Jews at the arrival of the messiah will possess the key to the wealth of all the people on earth” (Baruch Levy in a letter to Karl Marx)

  2. wonkotsane (1133 comments) says:

    YouGov did a poll for Commonwealth Games England before the last games and an overwhelming majority voted for Jerusalem.

  3. Toque (32 comments) says:

    “Jerusalem” is a metaphor for a better place (Heaven?). Try reading some Blake and maybe you’ll get it.

    Many of Blake’s contemporaries were ‘British Israelites’ who believed that the British or English were God’s chosen people and that Jesus had come to England. Blake was sceptical about this, hence the “And did those feet?” and the idea of starting anew and building a new ‘Jerusalem’ in the blessed land.

  4. Barry Ap Sais (1 comments) says:

    Isn’t it just nice to hear an anthem for England? For years the English have been lumbered with “God save the Queen ” which is after all the National anthem of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and,nothing to do with England per se. Let’s just be glad that our rulers are at last waking up to the upsurge in English nationalism and according us the same privileges as the other nationalities on this small island

  5. Bob Anglorum (86 comments) says:

    I am not so sure “our rulers” are waking up to English nationalism, but rather are attempting to dupe us into a false sense of security. Fair enough if there has been a poll and the majority wanted to hear “Jerusalem” as an anthem for England. But my point is what is the meaning behind the song and not just that it is an invigorating tune, do many people actually know what building “Jerusalem” in Englands green and pleasant land means?

    Is there a hidden agenda? The Fabian Society who run the Labour Party,have the song sung at their Conferences, and the Fabians want to see England destroyed, has Jack Straw a Fabian not said “the English are not worth saving as a race”? Another Fabian George Bernard Shaw stated they would beat patriotism out of the human race. These people are currently “our rulers”, since they have “permeated” all main political parties. On the doctrine of Lenin, “the best way to control the opposition, is to lead it”.

    “we will control British politics forever” (Harold Wilson, Fabian Society)

    “I am progressive” (David Cameron, quasi Conservative Party)

    • wonkotsane (1133 comments) says:

      The WI, the English cricket team and the English women’s hockey team also use it. As a symbol of Englishness our British rulers would only grudgingly tolerate it for as long as it didn’t threaten the dominance of the British establishment. You’ll notice the BBC presenters on the Commonwealth Games constantly talking “national” records and clarifying that they mean British, the implication being that an English or Scottish record isn’t a national record because the nation is British. The presenters also talk about “Team GB”, “British competitors” and “the Home Nations” as one homogeneous group despite the fact the nations are competing individually against each other. To me this is a deliberate conflation to promote the idea of this mythical British family of peoples when in reality we’re more like the residents of a tower block, all living in the same crowded space but rarely interacting with people living on the next floor up.

      As for what building Jerusalem in England actually means, nobody really knows for sure. There are commonly accepted theories about what William Blake meant when he wrote it but they’re still just theories. Jerusalem can mean what you want it to mean or it can mean nothing at all. How many people sing God Save the Queen and really buy into showering the Queen with lavish gifts, uniting the world as one nation, the crushing of rebellious Scots by someone who died in 1748 or even the mythical sky fairy (which one?) protecting the monarch that gives the British national anthem its name? Where God Save the Queen means something to someone these days, for most of them it doesn’t mean what it meant when the song was written.

      • Bob Anglorum (86 comments) says:

        “Jerusalem can mean what you want it to mean”, thats my principle concern. Why do the Godless Reds sing it at the Labour Conference? In a constitutional context “God Save the Queen” is a metaphore for saving the Country and the common law, not really the little old lady. Constitutionally “Her Royal Majesty” is the law of the land, and “Her Majesty” is the little old lady.

        “Uniting the world as one” is the agenda of the British cult who take note of the rantings of Geoffrey of Monmouth who prophesised that one day a “British” king will rule the world, Geoffrey was Welsh.

        I agree it is good to hear the words “and now the anthem of England”. But we need an anthem which says what it is on the tin and does not have a hidden meaning to perverts. Land of Hope and Glory on the face of it may be better, but I hav’nt analysed the lyrics. We could commission someone to wright something from scratch, how about Andy Murray?

  6. Bob Anglorum (86 comments) says:

    Just to add that in the prophesy of Jeremiah, “Jerusalem” will be made like Gehenna and Tophet. These are the places where the Jews would sacrafice their children to Molech or Satan as the Christians call him. They used to burn their children alive and bang drums to cover up the sounds of the screams, to honour Molech

    If the UK Column are right then our country is being run by a Satanic ring through Freemasonry. So we know what sort of Jerusalem they will want to build in Englands green and pleasant land. And it could explain why the British state steals a child at the rate of one every twenty minuits in secret courts. And why at the Olympic games the British state had depictions of child stealing in a stadium topped with masonic pyramids, and if you rearange the 2012 logo you mysteriously can form the word “Zion”. Conspiracy theory? or wake up, you “useful idiots”

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