Merkelzilla Attacks

Angela is asleep in bed having a terrible nightmare, the same one that has visited her repeatedly ever since she was a small girl. Gas chambers, death ovens, Jewish soap, lampshades made of skin, human experimentation, unprecedented evil on earth committed in the name of her country and people by her country and people. She will always remember that day in school, scalded into her consciousness as permanently as any physical burn could ever be.…

My Honour is Loyalty

As the days draw in around Autumn and move towards Winter, we in Britain, Europe and the Northern Hemisphere begin to think of the way Nature sheds its old forms. Travelling in its inexorable way towards closure, it’s entirely appropriate that we should be reminded of past lives and times, as if by some hidden hand, we also find ourselves commemorating the dead from two world wars. Nevertheless, in recent years a controversy has broken…

Is it Time for the Rehabilitation of National Socialism?

There are many forms of nationalism that have evolved to meet a variety of needs throughout history and depending upon one’s perspective and the circumstances prevailing at the time, they have been variously viewed as: heroic liberating movements, at one end of the scale; as movements of oppression and genocide at the other extreme; and every shade in between. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder, as they say. In Germany during the 1930s,…

Max Musson Speaks – On John Tyndall, Electioneering, Money, and Unity!

By Max Musson: There is a debate taking place within British nationalism regarding whether or not electioneering is a worthwhile endeavour for nationalists; whether or not it is an effective means of pursuing our political aims; whether or not we are wasting our time, money and effort in what is increasingly viewed as a futile practice. This is not a debate about the rights and wrongs of the principle of democracy, because virtually everyone involved…

The Well of Life

By Frederick Dixon: I suppose I’m like most men in that shopping is not a favourite chore; as far as possible I try to decide exactly what I want, go in and get it and come out as quickly as possible. But, being a bookworm, I make an exception for bookshops and will browse at length before coming out, very often, with nothing. So the other day I found myself in my local Waterstones and noticed…

‘Scramble’, in Defence of Our Homeland!

By Max Musson: As many in this country prepare to mark the 70th Anniversary of VJ Day, the allied victory over Japan which brought World War II to an end, the Daily Mail website features an absurd story claiming that many ‘Britons’ show a shocking lack of knowledge of the key events of that war and World War I that preceded it. Of course, any self-respecting member of the British public will have a good working…

Socialism: In Theory and Practice

This is the transcript of a speech made to a working class audience in 1884 by Karl Pearson, F.R.S., Professor of Applied Mathematics at University College, London. Karl Pearson was a polymath, born in Islington in 1857, he studied Mathematics at Cambridge University, later Physics at the University of Heidelberg, and at various other seats of learning; he studied metaphysics, physiology, Roman Law, 16th Century German Literature, English Law and Socialism and became a protégé of Sir Francis Galton. Although influenced by…

Richard Edmonds – 2015 Jonathan Bowden Oratory Prize Nominee

By Max Musson: For the second year running our readers have nominated Richard Edmonds for the Jonathan Bowden Oratory Prize. The nomination this year  is for the speech he delivered on 22nd November 2014 at a meeting of the London Forum — a speech highlighting a great many little known facts exposing the shameful behaviour of the victorious Allies at the end of the Second World War. Richard, who is now a member of the…

The Liberation of Auschwitz

By Max Musson: This article is perhaps a day late, but it will be some time before talk of the Holocaust subsides in the mainstream press, especially now that we are to have a vast new Holocaust Memorial Centre built with £50 million of taxpayers money in central London, to replace the rather unimpressive one that already exists in Hyde Park. In the various concentration camps liberated by the Allies towards the end of World…

Immigration – the Testimony of William Hogarth and Jane Austin

By Kasredin: Pupils in British schools are to be taught the history of multiracial Britain.  It is reported that the OCR GCSE History syllabus will include a module on immigration. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2856839/Now-pupils-study-2-000-years-immigration-GCSE-Pupils-learn-reasons-impact-country-new-history-exam.html There has of course been a lot of immigration to the British Isles over the last two millennia.  The Romans came, built their temples and sewers, and then returned to sunny Italy.  Various Germanic people – Angles, Saxons, Jutes, and maybe some Franks –…