A Place at the Table for the Indigenous White Majority?

Most people don’t think very far beyond their own immediate needs and wants and those of their close families. As long as they have enough money to provide the warmth, food, light, shelter, and clothing they need, and a few modest luxuries, most people do not consider the distant consequences of their actions, nor the actions of those around them or their government. Most people accept that there are flaws in the system and that…

JTMM – Opening Address & Speech by Peter Rushton

As previously stated, the 2017 John Tyndall Memorial Meeting was a great success and we are pleased to begin the release of the speeches made on that occasion. The first to be released is a double bill, comprising my opening address and the first guest speaker, Peter Rushton, the Deputy Editor of Heritage & Destiny Magazine. Peter is a nationalist leader and activist of long-standing and is renowned as both an orator and a writer.…

John Tyndall Memorial Meeting – Outstanding!

The 2017 John Tyndall Memorial Meeting went ahead as planned on Saturday, and was a great success. The venue was a high quality Edwardian country house hotel with the meeting room featuring an impressive purpose built display with large full colour graphics featuring John Tyndall in his prime. The speakers were on top form. First to speak following my opening address was Peter Rushton of Heritage & Destiny magazine, who described the current political scene explaining how…

Jonathan Bowden Commemorative Dinner

Last Friday at a swank central London hotel, approximately seventy-five diners gathered to honour the memory and work of the accomplished nationalist intellectual genius, writer and artist  Jonathan Bowden, best known in Britain and throughout the Western World as an orator of outstanding ability. Jonathan sadly died prematurely just over five years ago and just a matter of days short of his fiftieth birthday. He had been unwell for some time before that but he concealed the seriousness of his…

Max Musson at the South-West Forum

Last Saturday the 6th May, I spoke at a meeting of the South-West Forum organised by Julie Lake and attended by about thirty nationalists. Those attending the meeting were in a buoyant mood  and clearly enjoyed both the speeches and the refreshments that were provided during the interval. Following the disturbance that occurred at the last South-West Forum meeting, security was stepped up and a very professional security team was present, organised by one of…

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…

Richard Edmonds – 2017 Jonathan Bowden Oratory Prize Nominee

Nominated for a third time for the Jonathan Bowden Oratory Prize is the 2015 winner and veteran nationalist campaigner Richard Edmonds. At the ripe old age of seventy-four, Richard still exhibits great passion and energy. His speaking style is very animated, employing vivid facial expressions and hand gesticulations in order to emphasise his message. Richard also uses repetition in order to emphasise key points and in order to slow the pace of his delivery and…

Alex Davies – 2017 Jonathan Bowden Oratory Prize Nominee

Last year’s winner of the Jonathan Bowden Oratory Prize has been nominated once again for a very passionate speech delivered at the South West Forum. Last year Alex was unique amongst current nationalist speakers in that he has the ability to deliver long coherent speeches with little or no reference to notes, and while other young speakers have caught up with him in this respect, he remains the man to beat, combining fluent delivery, with dramatic…

Adam T. C. Wallace – 2017 Jonathan Bowden Oratory Prize Nominee

Adam Wallace is a young man who appeared on the nationalist scene this year having risen to prominence in a less orthodox manner than most, having made a name for himself as an author on the West Coast Reactionaries webzine and as a vlogger, with his own YouTube channel, The Plebeion Podcast. This is only Adams second speech in front of a live audience, but the experience he has gained producing his podcasts is readily apparent, in that he is confident…

Jez Turner – 2017 Jonathan Bowden Oratory Prize Nominee

This is the third time that Jez has been nominated for the Jonathan Bowden Oratory Prize and he is one of the best known speakers in British nationalism today, but this was not always so. Jez however took the initiative to become the main organiser and host speaker for the London Forum and this has paid dividends. His present level of public speaking ability is the product of the great amount of regular practice gained…