"Truth seldom is pleasant; it is almost invariably bitter. A loss of courage may be the most striking feature which an outside observer notices in the West in our days..." Alexander Solzhenitsyn, Commencement address at Harvard University , June 8, 1978

Tuesday, 19 May 2009


I heard this story a day or so ago and I thought I would put it on here, because it shows perfectly what contempt the current establishment have for the white, British people.

An elderly, white couple, who are too frail to leave their home, asked their local council (Coventry City Council) for help in the form of Meals on Wheels. However, the council have said that the elderly couple are “ not disabled enough”. Wallace Rowley 91 and his 89 year old wife Lillian, are forced to live on cornflakes for breakfast, ham sandwiches for lunch and Horlicks in the evening because they are unable to cook for themselves. The only hot meals that they receive is from a friendly neighbour who heats up ready meals for them every now and again.

I am not sure how the Council in question came to the conclusion that this elderly couple were not disabled enough to receive a little help from the council, in which, the couple have been paying their taxes to. Mrs Rowley suffers from crippling rheumatoid arthritis in her arms and legs which unfortunately means she can barely carry a plate, open the microwave door or even push the button to start the kettle boiling. Her husband has extremely high blood pressure, causing dizzy spells and fainting, and he can only stand up for a few minutes at a time. Both need Zimmer frames.

Out of all the people who get the help of the local authorities I would prefer it go to people like this elderly couple. However, Mr Wallace, who is an ex-factory worker and served with the Royal Warwickshire Regiment during the Second World War, said that the Official laughed at him when he tried to explain their predicament, and the official “joked” that maybe they should learn to bake a potato.

He said: 'I fought for my country but I feel like I've been thrown on the scrap heap.
'We've paid our National Insurance contributions all our lives but when we need help in our old age the state turns its back on us.
'We're desperate and feel abandoned.'

Mrs Rowley, a retired cleaner, said: 'It's not safe for us to cook as we don't have the strength in our arms and legs.'

This kind of treatment of our elderly is despicable, and should be condemned. Unfortunately, such treatment by Local Authorities is not uncommon. Right here in Swindon, elderly residents in Sheltered Housing were told they had to be prepared to leave by the Swindon Borough Council to make way for younger people.

The National Front believe the elderly deserve our utmost respect, and should be treated with dignity; not laughed at, and told that they cannot receive help in their time of need. People who have been paying taxes all of their lives are being refused help, while, at places Like the Harbour, which gets the majority of its funding from the Swindon Borough Council, gives help to non-British aliens who have never paid a penny towards taxes.

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