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Broken Britain: A Liberal Democracy in Crisis

By G Gordon Betts


This book together with my two previous books, traces the decades of idealistic liberal delusion and its abuse and exploitation, which led to a Broken Britain in 2008, and to an economic crisis which threatens its liberal democracy, and  which is now in retreat. 

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This book together with my two previous books, traces the decades of idealistic liberal delusion and its abuse and exploitation, which led to a Broken Britain in 2008, and to an economic crisis which threatens its liberal democracy, and  which is now in retreat. Attempts are being made to reverse its recent history with more authoritarian legislation, regulation and control. The UK’s  democratically elected parliament is unable to respond to its electorate, because of restrictive international laws and conventions.

 

Britain is not likely to be able to return to its pre-2008 levels of political, social and economic ultra-liberalism, because they are no longer “affordable.” Because of increasing global competition, the UK is likely to experience a gradual but permanent reduction in its relative standard of living. Broken Britain is far from a complete economic recovery in which unemployment is low, because these are not just UK, but global problems. If the economy does not respond then its foreign policy will have to retreat from its high level of involvement (but little power) in international affairs -public opinion will not  tolerate it.

 

Since the Thatcher era domestic politics has become increasingly dominated by two major and continuing issues - mass immigration and Europeanization, together with the loss of sovereignty and national identity. The public have been kept in ignorance of the disabling effect of treaties with the unelected EU and the UN.  Other issues have been the economy (employment and welfare),  the care of the elderly, “equality,” ultra-feminism and  family life, political autonomy for Scotland, and liberal military intervention in foreign civil wars, under the moralistic rhetoric of promoting  “freedom and democracy.”

 

Longer term, radical social change has taken place against a background of increasing distrust in the political process and in evasive political PR rhetoric with unfulfilled pledges, plans and promises. The Tories in government, but not in power,  have made comprises with a still  influential liberal influence, from a radical “no blame, no shame, no pain society” seeking compensation, intent on more “freedom” until any constraints are removed. But there is a move  from the assumption that the responsibility of the government is to manage (and pay for) all social problems, and not the individual.

 

Europhile federalist politicians act as if Europeanization is not for the uninformed public who will not “move on” and retain nationalist loyalties. Their objective is not just a single market, but an integrated political United States of 27 European countries. The national referendum in 1975 confirmed the UK’s entry into the Common Market in 1973 under the Heath government. A secret objective, admitted by Heath, was to prevent a future war between Germany and France, and continued into the Maastricht Treaty of 1993.

 

On mass immigration, five years after leaving office, a former Labour Cabinet Minister and its principal spin doctor, admitted that the Blair/Brown governments had deliberately engineered and never disclosed to the public the scale of largely unrecorded and untraceable mass immigration, both “legal” and illegal,  allegedly to maintain a future  electorate with a Labour majority.  Predictably, most of the promised “jobs for British workers” never existed. It was as if Britain had lost a war and was now under foreign occupation, and its traditions, cultures and beliefs had now to be renegotiated under the multi-cultural mantra of “welcoming diversity,” Any concern could be dismissed with the politically correct taboo of being “racist,” but which saw for many the end of a way of life.

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