According to my friend Kevin Inman, who sent me a link to an article in The Birmingham Evening Mirror, second only to Essex in the whole of England, The West Midlands is leading the way to celebrate St George's day with 25 events over the week. This compares with only 10 events for the same period last year.
- Perhaps local people are starting to feel a little annoyed that non-English festivals are always given precidence?
- Perhaps the penny has dropped in some of those gullible lilly livered multiculturalists who have now realised that the Islamic Invaders are laughing at our faces and spitting in our curries?
- Perhaps the Nationalist in more of us is awakening?
For me, however, the highlight of all of the events so far in all the St Georges Day Celebrations, was the Excellent Out of Tune Liverpudlian non-karioke rendition (as the Karioke machine didn't have the song in it's repertoire) of Jerusalem in a back street pub in Acocks Green.