Taking a break from the depressing news stories of murder and mayhem, treason, pathetic cowardice by old believer/pussyfooters, kooks, screwballs, revolutionary fantasy gun nuts and assorted same old, same old… (Actually, lots of good news as the Gang of 8 Amnesty treason looks to be going down thanks to Chechen pimp/Muslim immigrant terrorism), time for a music break.
Roger Whittaker – “Streets of London”
Roger Whittaker was a 1970s + pop, folk singer of British/Canadian heritage. He’s, well how can I say this?
He’s very, very White.
The audience can understand the words, there’s no jumping and jiving, certainly no politically correct, cultural marxism lectures about RACISM in Jena, Louisiana. There’s nothing particularly exciting, revolutionary – it’s just solid good White music, with beautiful music, lyrics that tell simple stories about White people, White places with British/English – Anglo world themes. This song, “Streets of London” is from the 1970s, but it might as well have been from the 1880s, 2010 – the themes are not dated as long as our people are around to enjoy these simple melodies, simply stories of our people.