Sunday, August 5, 2012 | | By: Febi

The Daily Heil

The Daily Heil cover 6th August 2012

Like many I am amazed that anybody in England still reads the Daily Mail, commonly nicknamed The Daily Heil for its strong pro-appeasement stance before World War II – it was of the general opinion that Herr Hitler had many sound ideas worth copying in Britain. Today, it indulges in the “Last refuge of a scoundrel”, a narrow inane “patriotism” whilst appealing to racist hypochondriacs with scare stories about immigrants ruining Britain and medical scare / wonder-cure stories. A bit like Fox News without the graphics or indeed the TV. In fairness to middle-England its circulation has been declining, an indication that even “Disgusted of Tunbridge Wells” has had enough of this journalism free zone.

Tomorrow we see another blatant display of the sheer hypocrisy of this bilious rag as The Daily Heil gives away a Jessica Ennis (Jamaican father / English mother) poster. For a rag which specialises in running racist scare articles about immigrants like the one in the past week making disparaging remarks regarding mixed race relationships and ethnic minorities this is sickening and an insult to the great athlete and person Jess Ennis and her parents.

Jessica Ennis holds her MBE honour from The Queen alongside her parents Alison and Vinny, 
after it was presented to her last November
The Daily Heil was so appalled by the tone of Danny Boyle’s Olympics Opening Ceremony showing a diverse multi-cultural Britain that its writer (sic) Rick Dewsbury wrote disparaging remarks about mixed race relationships and ethnic minorities.

“But it was the absurdly unrealistic scene…showing a mixed race middle class family in a detached new build suburban home which was most symptomatic of the politically correct agenda in modern Britain.

This was supposed to be a representation of modern life in England but it is likely to be a challenge for the organisers to find an educated white middle-aged mother and black father living together with a happy family in such a set-up.”

Yes, like the wonderful athlete’s Jess Ennis’s parents, Alison and Vinny.  Once this racist bile was highlighted the piece was toned down in subsequent editions but there is a screenshot of the original article at the end of this piece.

Lord Rothermere with that superhuman chappie
who had regenerated his country

Hypocrisy runs deep at the Daily Heil. The Second Lord Rothermere thought Hitler was made of the right stuff and we should do business with him. In 1938 the Daily Mail wrote:

“The way stateless Jews from Germany are pouring in from every port of this country is becoming an outrage.

And less than two months before the beginning of WWII, Lord Rothermere sent a telegram to Hitler writing:

“My Dear Führer, I have watched with understanding and interest the progress of your great and superhuman work in regenerating your country.”

He added:

“The British people, now like Germany strongly rearmed, regard the German people with admiration as valorous adversaries in the past, but I am sure that there is no problem between our two countries which cannot be settled by consultation and negotiation…I have always thought that you are essentially one who hates war and desires peace.”

Lord Rothermere in 1934 exhorting "Patriotic Britons" to support Oswald Mosley's Fascist "Blackshirt" movement
His son used to lecture Britain on “British” and family values whilst living in tax exile with his Japanese mistress. The current 4th Lord Rothermere is registered as "non-domiciled" in Britain. This status was inherited from his father, who spent most of his life as a resident of France. Non domiciled means you don't pay any tax in the UK on earnings not arising in Britain. It is an outdated law from 1799 and was used back then by rich people making money from the colonies. A friend of David Cameron and Conservative Party donor Johnathan Harmsworth comes from a long line of Tories too patriotic to pay British taxes.

It is high time the miasma of hypocrisy known as The Daily Mail was quietly and humanely put down. The lights in its printing plant should be turned off and everybody should just walk quietly away, pretending not to be embarrassed! 

Rick Dewsbury's shocked reaction to multi-cultural Britain in 
The Daily Mail - "toned down" in later editions (click to enlarge)


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