Into the Melting Pot

I suppose it’s quite normal and predictable for people to gush over a baby, (even if the more reserved among us might find it a little embarrassing). At least such gushing is usually confined to a family and its friends, but not when the baby is a royal baby because royal babies belong to all of us. There was huge excitement when Prince George was born in 2013 because one day he is going to…

Evil Begets Evil

So who is to blame for the dead of Christchurch? The man who pulled the trigger of course. But apart from him? The media know exactly whom to blame – the “extreme Right” of course ; “neo-Nazi thugs” and White Supremacists involved in some world wide conspiracy of “hate”. The conspiracy of white supremacist hate extends a surprisingly long way – Sky News reports managed to drag in mentions of Tommy Robinson and even Nigel…

Blue Planet Greens

It was early in the millennium that Sir David Attenborough conducted us through the “Blue Planet”, the BBC’s astonishing exploration of the world’s oceans and the life which they sustain. So enthralling did I find it that somehow I haven’t had the heart to watch its replacement, Blue Planet 2, although I’m told that it was just as good. Justification, you might think, for a State broadcaster lavishly funded by a special tax? Or perhaps…

Perils and Prospects for 2019

This coming year has many dangers in store for our race and nation but opportunities as well, and both arise from the multiple possible outcomes of the Brexit process. For me and probably for most racial nationalists the outcome, whatever it may be, will be judged not on its consequences for trade or the economy nor even for sovereignty (that slightly academic obsession of most Tory Brexiteers), but on its consequences for immigration. So we…

Tories Fall in Love – With Immigration!

I doubt if many visitors to this site believe that the purpose of the Conservative party is actually to conserve anything other than the wealth of those who already have it. But if there are any such, they should be disabused by the reaction of Migrationwatch UK to our Pakistani Home Secretary’s new post-Brexit immigration policy: “The proposal to admit an unlimited number of low skilled workers from a range of countries is astonishing. A…

When Politics Invades the Playground

This week a story has obsessed the media almost as much as the continuing Brexit saga, it is the story of a Syrian school boy named as Jamal, a refugee whose family have been relocated to Huddersfield and who now attends Almondbury Community School in that town. A video has been posted on the internet showing an English boy wrestling an Asian boy, allegedly Jamal, to the ground, whereupon the English boy proceeds to pour…

Things Past, Things To Come

With the centenary of the end of the First World War upon us, I found myself the other day contemplating (not for the first time) the War Memorial in a small town in the south of England not far from my home. There they were, the lost boys, row upon row upon row of good English names – and a sprinkling of Irish, Scots and Welsh to keep them company. What did they think they…

End of Summer Reflections: The World Cup and English Identity

It’s been sometime since the World Cup final in Russia and discussions about the England team in the press and among wider society have now reduced to a slow simmer. It seems fitting that now the smoke has cleared someone can provide an analysis of the England team and the World Cup and its possible implications on English identity, as whether or not football is panem et circenses as some may say, it’s symbolism and…

Trump, Brexit, Immigration & Genuine, 100%, Copper-bottomed, ‘Fake News’!

In the manner of all good farces and melodramas, these passed ten days have seen Prime Minister Theresa May ambush her cabinet at Chequers in the most Machiavellian fashion, cowing them momentarily with threats of short shrift, sackings and mini-cab rides home if they didn’t submit to coercion over the Brexit deal she has planned, only for a series of high drama resignations to follow, and for her to be wrong-footed by an all guns…

From Rebuilding Britain to the Rebuilding of the British!

If we were to believe the hogwash currently being spouted about the so called ‘Windrush Generation’, we might think that in the aftermath of World War 2, Britain was in a parlous state, lacking both the funds and the manpower to recover from the damage inflicted by the bombing raids of the Luftwaffe. The commonly held belief is that Britain was bankrupted by our involvement in World War II and that so many of our…