There is no legitimacy to this 'democratic' result because there was nothing democratic about it — the so-called demos in Bradford is wholly ILLEGITIMATE, as it is now in many other parts of the country.
There is nothing more fundamental to a democracy than the demos itself. I.e. 'We, the people' presupposes a we. But there is no longer any we in Bradford. There is an us who are Britons; and there is a THEM who are NOT, THEY are ALIENS.
It is axiomatic that underpinning the legitimacy of ALL democratic processes is the unspoken agreement that, irrespective of differences of opinion and however these are expressed (via so-called representatives or some other more direct form) and whatever be the outcome of those opinions (policy decisions), each member of the demos, i.e. each of us, agrees to abide by whatever the majority of us decides. Conversely, and this is of EXTREME importance, without that agreement there can be no democracy. Yes folks, we really do have the all-time sine qua non of democratic governance here.
Why is this agreement unspoken?
There are a number of answers to that question. Historically, the main one was that there was never any need to mention it. Indeed I'm sure merely bringing the subject up would have appeared wholly pedantic in times gone by. For instance, what Englishman in the first half of the 20th century would ever have thought that any foreigner could have a say in how he was governed? The very thought would have been considered laughable. It was simply understood that an Englishman was an Englishman — after all, who other than an Englishman could be an Englishman ("Don't be silly!") — and only Englishmen, of course, are allowed a say in the governance of England ("Who else, stupid?"). [When I was a boy everyone called the country England; we meant the UK but no one used that term except as officialese. I never saw a black face in those days either but now the place is crawling with them. Lots of things have changed.]
The Act of Union and the Jock vote etc complicates things for some but not for me — Britons came first, thousands of years ago. The four so-called nations are a recent invention, a result of divisions brought about by local big boys. I say Britons form the natural people, the nation, in these here British Isles — it's genetic (as in "It's the genes, stupid!"). By the way, talking of genetics — and, by implication, those who rely on it to define nationhood as I do ("What else, stupid?") — Britons are older than, for example, the Jews who have only ~5,700 years of 'official' history, but the real figure is probably a lot less, and they've had a lot of out-breeding in the meantime.
And today, why is this agreement unspoken? Well, we all know the reason for that. Don't we just, eh?
It goes unspoken, in fact the subject is studiously avoided, because to do otherwise would lead to the immediate exposure of the treason committed against Britons by a bunch of bastard scum 'representatively elected' politicos who have taken it upon themselves to oversee the importation of hoards of human filth from the turd world, and worse, hoards of the ultimate in alienage, fcuking muslimes. Just WTF are THEY or anything even remotely like THEM, doing here? Could anyone be more 'OTHER' (a favourite pomo-leftard bogey word)? These are not my fellow countrymen and never can be. And I'm sure there a millions of Britons who see it my way too, and no doubt millions more if they were ever given the focus of an open discussion on such a fundamental and important matter to have a good hard think about it without being hectored by the multiculti race traitors and their 'laws' in place everywhere now specifically to prevent such discussion.
Just look at the contradictions this importation of shit can throw up in say foreign policy. What if Britons see a need to go to war with pakiland? pakis here get a say in that? WTF?
What Chinaman would ever regard a paki as Chinese? Why should an Englishman?
Let's get this very clear. Britons had NO SAY in this importation of these aliens, in this thing most destructive of their very peoplehood. But it's far worse than that. It has been against their wishes. Now how the fuck can anything like that be considered democratic? Well simply, it can't.
OK. Now, I gather that some of you here might disagree with my take on this. That's fine by me. And if you want to tell me so, that's fine too. But I really would appreciate it if just for once you would actually supply an argument to back up your view.
Just to be clear on this, let's say you are of the opinion: "I welcome the pakis here. That's just the way I feel about it. I can't supply a reason beyond that. Whatever has been the history of immigration and the status of its democratic legitimacy (as you might put it) I feel to do otherwise would be immoral [An effectively meaningless word, and usually played as a trumper, but only on the unwary. Ed.]. They are here now and have every right to participate fully in our democracy. I think people like you stir up racial hatred and although I recognise your freedom to speak your mind, I think it would be best if you were to express your concerns in less emotive language yak yak yak.... And yes, I would support a law aimed at making these discussions more civilised with penalties for those who inflame matters."
Then please explain to me why I should recognise you as my fellow countryman for the purpose of us jointly having a say in the running of this country and why I and other Britons who think like me, if given the means and opportunity, should not declare war on you and those who think like you. I mean that as a serious question. Division of opinion at this level very naturally gives rise to civil war. Indeed, could any division be more fundamental?
Of course, for the avoidance of doubt, if you are a paki then don't bother. I couldn't care less what you think. You are not my fellow countryman for ANY purpose let alone determination of governance. You never can be. Your views are of no interest to me. You simply shouldn't be in this country and the sooner you go back to your own the better (whether you were born there or not is immaterial).
Vented from my iSpleen