Our Establishment is An Anachronism!

Posted: 11 November, 2013 in British Society, Comment, Life, United Kingdom

Here in the United Kingdom our establishment, a.k.a the Old Boy system, which once helped to create the once great country and a world spanning Empire is now an anachronism which now is holding our country back if anything killing off what it once created.

I know it has always been part of British society and government but now it’s very presence is both poisonous and detrimental to the countries well being. As a group of people the British establishment very nature it is very conservative, traditional and stuck in its ways run by people who will to anything to keep their wealth, power and even privilege even to detriment to the very country they try to keep alive.

In the end much has happened before in British history we need either remove this British Establishment one or for all time even if that means a revolution or the British Establishment needs to wake up to the fact that they need to change with times and move forward.

Either way if this British Establishment continues to run the country as it always done this once great nation will sink into obscurity along with the British Establishment who end up with nothing but hollow power and privilege.

We as a country need to modernise the way we govern and run business in this country even if it means the removal of what we think what makes the United Kingdom including the biggest anachronisms which include the Royal family and the Church’s involvement in government both of which have long out lived their usefulness in our modern society.

I know this view may be controversial in some quarters here in United Kingdom but I would like to live in a dynamic and progressive society here not the current stagnant and static society we currently live in which larches from one crisis to the next!

Please Note: If you are interested in a more personal journal of mine just follow the link to Acta Spiritu Amisso.


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