St.George’s Day and it’s Great Britons
Today is St. George’s Day in England. The patron saint of Great Britain. In Britain we have national holidays called bank holidays. These are days off of work to celebrate our national heritage. A few years ago, however, the Conservative government decided that workers were getting “too many” bank holidays and they needed to cut some. In the end they decided to cut one. St. George’s Day. The celebration of England was decided not to be celebrated. Yet every other holiday was kept in tact. Yet the government are trying to bribe workers to vote for them at the next 2015 general election to retain power. They have circled around workers to support their sadistic welfare reforms which penalise the poor trying to receive help through a measly portion of state benefits.
Workers also claim benefits which the government allows without any repercussions. In 2015, the Tory government plan to obliterate the benefit state for under 25 year old’s completely by not allowing them any benefit claims, which is said to eventually be rolled out to stop everyone receiving all benefits entirely.
They also plan to privatise the NHS Health service, which means if you have no money on demand being rushed to hospital or insurance, you are likely to die.
After this, the Conservatives, who are keeping it secret like the did before they got elected in 2010 under false pretenses, plan to stop pensioners and worker benefits. After they use them to get elected and “on their side” will then turn on them over the next five years.
So in honour of a Great Britain let us celebrate a few great Britons without any government interference or abuse. To which all these Great Brits would be thoroughly ashamed of, for ruining British identity and national heritage.
St. George was a brave Roman soldier who fought against torture of upper class abusers. He was most famous in folklore tales for slaying a Dragon as his defining moment as England’s patron saint.
Countries also celebrating St George’s Day include Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Canada, Croatia, Cyprus, England, Georgia, Greece, Macedonia, Romania, and Serbia. Cities include Genoa in Italy, Beirut in Lebanon, Qormi and Victoria in Malta, Moscow in Russia, Ljubljana in Slovenia, Rio de Janeiro in Brazil and many others. It is also celebrated in the old Crown of Aragon in Spain — Aragon, Catalonia, Valencia, and Majorca.
Don’t forget us in Eurovision to all mentioned above. 🙂 More on that coming over next week or so.
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