Feeding the Nation

By Max Musson: When the subject of national self-determination is discussed and nationalists assert our belief in an independent Britain, free from domination by the EU and other international and globalist forces, an argument is always used stating categorically that we as a nation are incapable of feeding ourselves and therefore must submit to supra-national domination or else be starved into submission. The statistic always quoted is that we only produce approximately 70% of our…

Hypocrisy and crypto-racism of the Metropolitan Elite

The row over the “wealthy metropolitan elite” who use immigrants for cheap labour has had one interesting side-effect – it has exposed the racism of our rulers. The affair blew up when a hapless Tory MP called James Brokenshire tried to curry favour with his bosses by criticising the wealthy for hiring poor foreigners. In short order it was revealed that the Prime Minister and his wife had arranged UK citizenship for their Nepalese nanny.…

Tax Credits: Impact on the Family

By Kasredin: The Conservative MP Nadhim Zahawi has recommended that the government should restrict child tax credits and child benefits to only the first two children in each household.  This is not yet government policy, and the Liberal Democrats are unlikely to give it their wholehearted support, but the public reaction in the comments section of at least one national newspaper is very strongly in favour. The coalition government is in trouble.  As I have…

The Origins of the Banking System‏

By Kasredin: In order to understand how banks work, it helps if we go back in time and explain how banks first came into existence.  The topic of inflation is linked to the development of banks. As a teenager I studied the Elizabethan era in history lessons at school, and I remember reading that prices rose sharply during this period of English history.   I wondered why this happened, but my history textbook did not explain.…

The Root Of All Evil

By Heordreedenn: There is a thought experiment – at least I hope it’s a thought experiment – concerning the best way to boil a frog. Apparently if you just chuck the hapless amphibian into a pan of boiling water it realises immediately that all is not well and jumps out at once. But if you put it in a pan of cold water, and heat it slowly, it never notices what is happening, or at least if…

Paradise Island Revisited

Paradise Island Back in October of last year I published an article entitled ‘Paradise Island – A Parable’, in which I described in some detail the dynamics at play when an organised minority is active within a weakly cohesive host community. If you have not read the original article then I recommend that you do so now before proceeding further. The purpose of my parable was not to simply address the negative impact of multiculturalism in…

Charity Begins and Ends at Home

By Br. Darby, a young and active proponent of Western revival. As foreign aid rises to £12bn, our own vital services are being cut and mismanaged, in an attempt to prop up the ‘developing nations’. Fictitious justification is given to the masses to bleed Britain dry financially, and carry out this illogical policy. Britons are said to be amongst the most charitable people on earth, with billions given away through choice every year to private…

The news that non-whites now make up nearly half of Britain’s jail population will come as no surprise to those who know and understand the concept of race and its implications for any civilized society—but less well known are the real and direct financial costs this burden brings. In the UK it is estimated that each new prison place costs £119,000 and that the annual average cost for each prisoner exceeds £40,000. This figure is…

British taxpayers are rejoicing once again this Christmas season over the infinite wisdom of their leaders in privatising the utilities industry in their country—as price increases have mean that the cost of heating the average U.K. home have risen by 63 percent in the last five years. The privatisation policy—first introduced by Margaret Thatcher as part of her “anti-socialist” crusade (which was then taken up with equal gusto by the Labour Party) has seen increase…

The treasonous nature of the ruling elite at Westminster has been illustrated once again with the “Autumn Statement” series of cuts announced by British Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborrne, in which he “saved” £5.7 billion from spending inside the country while keeping the £12,6 billion foreign aid budget. In fact, the foreign aid budget is now bigger than the UK’s policing budget (which has been slashed as well). The UK’s spend on policing amounts…