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Enoch Was Right: 'Rivers of Blood' 50 Years On Paperback – 19 Apr 2018
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Re reading his speeches brings home the towering genius of the man --- the most honest courageous and fearless politician Britain has ever seen and if one cares to read his speeches and writings one will find he was in actuality the least racist MP of his time. The book also prints the texts of two other of his major speeches . The might have been written last week such is his uncanny accuracy.
I thoroughly recommend this book but regrettably those that should read it, wont.
So many people bring up Enoch Powell, and his "infamous rivers of blood speech". When they do I usually ask them what rivers Powell was speaking about, and they either admit they don't know, or more often say he was speaking about British rivers. I then know that they have never actually read Powell's speech, and have no clue of what they are talking about, and passing judgement on. Enoch Powell never uttered the phrase "rivers of blood", it was a phrase made up by the media who, as ever, would not let the truth get in the way of a good story.
Here is a book that puts right so many of the errors perpetuated since the 1960s, and the first chapter consists of the transcript of what Enoch Powell actually DID say, in that memorable speech. The author then takes each part of the speech and passes comment on it, assessing whether what Powell actually did say has actually manifested itself over the years since the speech was made.
This is possibly the most important book on politics to appear in many years, and it would be nice if every politicians in the land, of whatever political persuasion, would get a copy and read it. They would then see that Enoch Powell, far from being the social pariah he is made out to be, was no racist at all, and was a deeply patriotic and spiritual man.
It would also be nice if this book were to be made available in all school libraries, but with the current politically correct state of our education system that is unlikely to happen.
In closing this review, I think it is worth noting that the author is not only the child of immigrants himself, but is also born a Muslim, so nobody can ever accuse him of being a racist in writing this book.
Read the book. It is so important !