Monday, January 14, 2008

The CPRE - England's only hope?....



OK the gloves are off.

It's the people of England versus the occupying forces of Gordon Brown and his determination to ruin our country beneath a concretion of houses, more houses, nuclear power stations, runways, reservoirs and even more houses.

This man and his trowel simply has to be stopped.... right now. And there are two ways to do it - we can grab hold of his theodolite and shove it where the Sun don't shine - or we can act together. The people of England need to wake up from their New Labour induced comfort zone and get protesting before their birthright, the English countryside is turned into Airstrip One meets Barratt Homes meets Nuclear Holocaust.

Can I implore every patriotic English person out there to join the Campaign for the Protection of Rural England (CPRE). Being a body that fights for the rights of natural England it is obviously not state supported - so they are desperate for money to enable them to fight for England. I don't want my kids to grow up in the world's first coast-to-coast concrete country - and I bet you don't either.

They are currently mounting many campaigns around the country against the Government's draconian building programme. A couple of note are campaigning to get a larger part of the South Downs declared a National Park and fighting the huge housing plans for the West Midlands.

Join the CPRE, tell your friends, blog about their work - and help to fight for England before our green and pleasant becomes more Brown and nasty than it already is.

Before it is too late

UPDATE - I have also rung the CPRE - primarily to let them know about the Witanagemot Club - and the ever growing band of online English Patriots.

They were very suspicious and cagey..... I ranted. "Time to defend England! You know, against 3 million new houses, nuclear power stations, etc, etc..." The guy I talked to says they have a blog - I advised him most strongly to get the blog and the cause more visible by joining the Witanagemot Club.

7 comments:

briain said...

It really is worth the CEP trying to work with the CPRE. The CPRE can help undermine Gordon Brown's authority on english only areas of policy. Together they are stronger. I've contacted them once, but i've received no reply. It is worth the CEP making more approaches to them. Perhaps the leaders of the CEP can help. On a similar note it is worth contacting this chap.

http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/environment/article3182214.ece

Wyrdtimes said...

I would join but bank says no! £28 is a bit steep. Worthy cause but joining will have to wait for me.

Englisc Fyrd said...

Sounds good, I'll go check the site out.

Arkangel said...

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Arkangel said...

One of the more useless sites I've ever visited. If you want to get more people on your side, as I am, then sort this crap site out. It's too complicated, there's no visible home page telling people of our aspirations. In short, it's rubbish

Alfie said...

Excellent comment from you, Arkangel. England, the green paradise is going down the toilet and you're talking about the merits or otherwise of the site...

Just for the record, can you please name me another organisation fighting for the cause of the preservation of the English landscape which may have one iota of a chance of actually succeeding? (BTW, 'Natural England' is a government run organisation which is supposedly tasked with looking after the English environs - and hey, guess what, they have just recommended that it is 'OK' to build on the Green Belt).

It ain't about the design standards of a web site - it's about trying to save a country - my country, actually.

With the entire Establishment agin us, don't you think it's worth trying ANYTHING?

MSM Canada Watch said...

The elephant in the room is what is the cause of this need for so many houses? Hmmm...