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* AuthorFilibuster: "Our Freedom is being eroded. Those bastards in government are taking it from us stealthily and insidiously. Our culture is being eroded. You can't be English any more. They'll make it illegal. '1984' said it all" says Oliver.

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"Our Freedom is being eroded. Those bastards in government are taking it from us stealthily and insidiously. Our culture is being eroded. You can't be English any more. They'll make it illegal. '1984' said it all" says Oliver.



* ShoutOut: The opening paragraph of chapter 14 is a pastiche of Orwell's Literature/NineteenEightyFour; in this version, Winston Smith's job now involves adding ethnic minorities to old films ("Films without cultural and racial diversity had to be re-cast. It was essential - for harmony and peace - to eradicate truth.")

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* ShoutOut: The opening paragraph of chapter 14 is a pastiche of Orwell's Literature/NineteenEightyFour; in this version, Winston Smith's job now involves adding ethnic minorities to old films ("Films without cultural and racial diversity had to be re-cast. It was essential - for harmony and peace - to eradicate truth.")").


A 2001 novel written by writer, musician, animal rights' activist, [[http://countercultureuk.com/2010/04/02/film-dvd-review-this-is-england/ occasional angry film critic]], English Democrats EU candidate (2004)and [[http://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=101257906602919&id=133885003309384 critic of some mainstream publishers]] Tim Bragg. A chap named Oliver has his toddler son Ben kidnapped by stoned inner-city teenagers, provoking much mulling over what it means to be English and a culture clash between young and old, urban and rural, cosmopolitan and traditional.

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A 2001 novel written by writer, musician, animal rights' activist, [[http://countercultureuk.com/2010/04/02/film-dvd-review-this-is-england/ occasional angry film critic]], English Democrats EU candidate (2004)and (2004) and [[http://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=101257906602919&id=133885003309384 critic of some mainstream publishers]] Tim Bragg. A chap named Oliver has his toddler son Ben kidnapped by stoned inner-city teenagers, provoking much mulling over what it means to be English and a culture clash between young and old, urban and rural, cosmopolitan and traditional.


The book was published by Athelney, whose catalogue also includes ''An English Nationalism'', ''The Deculturalisation of the English People'' and ''English Witness to their Darkest Hour''. [[CaptainObvious The outfit is based in England]].

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The book was published by Athelney, whose catalogue also includes ''An English Nationalism'', ''The Deculturalisation of the English People'' and ''English Witness to their Darkest Hour''. [[CaptainObvious The outfit is based in England]].
England.


* BringMyBrownPants: Played straight. Oliver wets himself while panicking about Ben's disappearance.



* BringMyBrownPants: Played straight. Oliver wets himself while panicking about Ben's disappearance.



* StrawmanPolitical: Liberal characters are prone to coming out with comments such as "you're racist because you're White" and "how do you know that you aren't a fascist?". The ignorant youths who kidnap Oliver's son, meanwhile, have dialogue like "St. George - He's someat to do with England...a king or someat" and "Nelson? Didn't he fight the Germans?" - Strawman Apolitical, perhaps.

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* StrawmanPolitical: Liberal characters are prone to coming out with comments such as "you're "You're racist because you're White" and "how "How do you know that you aren't a fascist?". The ignorant youths who kidnap Oliver's son, meanwhile, have dialogue like "St. George - He's someat to do with England...a king or someat" and "Nelson? Didn't he fight the Germans?" - Strawman Apolitical, perhaps.


A 2001 novel written by writer, musician, [[http://countercultureuk.com/2010/04/02/film-dvd-review-this-is-england/ angry film critic]], failed English Democrats parliamentary candidate and [[http://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=101257906602919&id=133885003309384 hater of publishers]] Tim Bragg. A chap named Oliver has his toddler son Ben kidnapped by stoned inner-city teenagers, provoking much mulling over what it means to be English and a culture clash between young and old, urban and rural, cosmopolitan and rural.

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A 2001 novel written by writer, musician, animal rights' activist, [[http://countercultureuk.com/2010/04/02/film-dvd-review-this-is-england/ occasional angry film critic]], failed English Democrats parliamentary EU candidate and (2004)and [[http://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=101257906602919&id=133885003309384 hater critic of some mainstream publishers]] Tim Bragg. A chap named Oliver has his toddler son Ben kidnapped by stoned inner-city teenagers, provoking much mulling over what it means to be English and a culture clash between young and old, urban and rural, cosmopolitan and rural.
traditional.


A 2001 novel written by nationalist, musician, [[http://countercultureuk.com/2010/04/02/film-dvd-review-this-is-england/ angry film critic]], failed English Democrats parliamentary candidate and [[http://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=101257906602919&id=133885003309384 hater of publishers]] Tim Bragg. A chap named Oliver has his toddler son Ben kidnapped by stoned inner-city teenagers, provoking much mulling over what it means to be English and a culture clash between young and old, urban and rural, cosmopolitan and nationalist.

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A 2001 novel written by nationalist, writer, musician, [[http://countercultureuk.com/2010/04/02/film-dvd-review-this-is-england/ angry film critic]], failed English Democrats parliamentary candidate and [[http://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=101257906602919&id=133885003309384 hater of publishers]] Tim Bragg. A chap named Oliver has his toddler son Ben kidnapped by stoned inner-city teenagers, provoking much mulling over what it means to be English and a culture clash between young and old, urban and rural, cosmopolitan and nationalist.
rural.



Bragg later wrote a sequel, ''Oak'', which he self-published through Lulu.

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Bragg later wrote a sequel, ''Oak'', which he self-published through published by Black Cat Distribution using Lulu.



* ShoutOut: Bizarrely, the opening paragraph of chapter 14 is a pastiche of Orwell's Literature/NineteenEightyFour; in this version, Winston Smith's job now involves adding ethnic minorities to old films ("Films without cultural and racial diversity had to be re-cast. It was essential - for harmony and peace - to eradicate truth.")

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* ShoutOut: Bizarrely, the The opening paragraph of chapter 14 is a pastiche of Orwell's Literature/NineteenEightyFour; in this version, Winston Smith's job now involves adding ethnic minorities to old films ("Films without cultural and racial diversity had to be re-cast. It was essential - for harmony and peace - to eradicate truth.")



* WiseBeyondTheirYears: Several chapters are narrated by Ben, the toddler. His remarkably eloquent inner voice is lampshaded.

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* WiseBeyondTheirYears: Several chapters are narrated by Ben, the toddler. His remarkably eloquent inner voice is lampshaded. Ben represents naivety and Everyman - a literary device to see everything but to do so in an objective/naive manner.


* ShoutOut: Bizarrely, the opening paragraph of chapter 14 is a pastiche of Orwell's NineteenEightyFour; in this version, Winston Smith's job now involves adding ethnic minorities to old films ("Films without cultural and racial diversity had to be re-cast. It was essential - for harmony and peace - to eradicate truth.")

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* ShoutOut: Bizarrely, the opening paragraph of chapter 14 is a pastiche of Orwell's NineteenEightyFour; Literature/NineteenEightyFour; in this version, Winston Smith's job now involves adding ethnic minorities to old films ("Films without cultural and racial diversity had to be re-cast. It was essential - for harmony and peace - to eradicate truth.")

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