No Time To Lose

Do you like statistics? Good, because here’s a few to make you think, although you may not enjoy them. In recent years a little under 700,000 children have been born in England and Wales each year. Of those, 436,000 (63%) were classified as White British in 2014, 432,000 (62%) in 2015, 422,000 (60.6%) in 2016. Let me say that last one again in case you missed it – just 60.6% of the children born in…

Dispossession

Dispossession of one people by another may follow a spectacular conquest and genocide event, or it may be a much more gradual process, a salami slicing accumulation of tiny individual losses which take a lifetime but which, by the end of that lifetime, has transformed society beyond recognition and in a way very much to the disadvantage of the dispossessed. This is the familiar “boiling frog” analogy – the frog doesn’t realise the water is…

Racialism: Out and Proud

No doubt we all been duly outraged by Afua Hirsch’s proposal to remove Nelson from his column, an outrage which Ms Hirsch will have both expected and enjoyed. I don’t intend in this article to dwell on the ongoing assault on the cultural icons of the white race, and thus on the white race itself, as H. Millard has dealt with it far more effectively on this website than I could have done. I prefer…

The Land of Lost Content

Travelling on the London underground is usually an interesting way to observe “diversity”, but earlier this month I was too absorbed in a piece in the Evening Standard to pay much attention to my fellow passengers. The feature which had caught my attention was headed “Ben Fogle and the fine art of being English”. It turns out that Ben has written a new book: ” ‘we hit a funny obstacle today’ he said ‘the book…

Batten Down the Hatches

Max Musson’s article on the disastrous ineptitude of the Conservative campaign in the recent general election leads me on to explore one or two further implications of the debacle – and it was a debacle no matter how much Mrs. May’s supporters protest that she actually won the election – perhaps she did, technically, but we all know who really won it. In Paul Nuttall’s resignation speech he said that within eighteen months Ukip would be “bigger than ever”…

United We Stand – (Not)

It’s happened again of course, as we learnt with shock but no surprise. The outrage was greeted again by the usual scenes of vigils, candles, flowers and so on and so forth; entirely understandable if such demonstrations help to assuage the sense of shock and grief, but in fact pitiable and useless. Useless because the only emotion which will serve us now is implacable anger fuelling a determination to rid our country of this curse which has been…

Annihilation Begins

Is that heading too dramatic for the recent atrocity in Manchester? I don’t think so. What else is it when a member of an intrusive population targets our girls and young women for mass slaughter? He has wiped out a section of those who would otherwise bear the next generation of our people. It is already the case that with a White British birthrate of 1.6 children per woman the dial is set to slow extinction. Now the…

What Now?

Many of us will have suffered a sense of deja vue as news came through of Ukip’s wipeout in the local elections. Although on a vastly greater scale, the disaster was all too reminiscent of the BNP’s obliteration at the general and local elections of 2010. While we could debate the cause of the BNP’s decline and fall – if it still mattered – there can be no doubt about the cause of Ukip’s eclipse. It is perceived…

The Folk

I was thinking the other day of some warning words from Mark Collett. He is concerned by the dilemma in which some active young nationalists find themselves – fired up with youthful patriotic idealism they wish to do their bit for race and nation but fall foul of the oppressive laws of the politically correct state, or the discrimination which liberal society inflicts upon those who challenge its all-pervading values. No doubt most of us…

Loving

Did anyone ever have a more perfect name than the hero of Hollywood’s latest romantic drama? It will not have been easy to miss the publicity for this film, but just in case anyone has, here’s the plot of what is presented as a true story: Mr. Loving, a white man, fell in love with a black woman in the Virginia of 1958. They wished to marry but Virginian law, in common with that of many of…