JTMM – a Tour de Force from Mark Collett!

The fifth guest speaker at this year’s John Tyndall Memorial Meeting was a young man who needs little introduction, a young man made famous through his high profile role within the British National Party a decade ago, Mark Collett. On this occasion, Mark delivered what was probably the best speech of his life, drawing a parallel between the qualities of excellence and determination that he saw in John Tyndall and the quality of excellence that our people…

Steve Frost Entertains at the JTMM

Although by his own admission he had never met John Tyndall, our third guest speaker at the John Tyndall Memorial Meeting, Steve Frost, spoke at some length about the relationship John Tyndall had over many decades with Colin Jordan. Steve spoke about the great friendship between the two men, their political differences and their rivalry for the affections of Jordan’s first wife, Françoise Dior. Steve is the National Secretary of British Movement a largely northern…

In Memorium – Peter Lake (1944-2017)

It is with great sadness that we announce the death of one of our members, Peter Lake, the devoted husband of Julie Lake. He passed away yesterday evening at about 5:00pm after a long struggle against first, pulmonary fibrosis and then lung cancer. Peter was born on 10th April 1944. He was an old-school patriot who as a young man served this country in the RAF and enjoyed postings in many places around the world.…

Richard Edmonds at the JTMM – The Torch Still Burns Brightly!

The second guest speaker at this year’s John Tyndall Memorial Meeting was veteran nationalist campaigner Richard Edmonds, a man who was for decades a close friend, colleague and confidant of John Tyndall. Richard is another man, who like John Tyndall has devoted his life to our people’s cause and has kept going when many lessor men would have given up. No matter what our enemies have thrown at Richard, he has been undeterred and even…

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…

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”…

Where Now for Brexit? – Laugh or Cry?

As we awaken this morning to a situation of political chaos, it is clear that following the historic victory for our nation when the British people voted for Brexit in 2016, the ‘deep state’ has successfully counter attacked leaving Theresa May’s Conservative government ham-strung and desperately looking to the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) for their support in forming the next government. As I have already previously explained, Theresa May did not need to call a…

2017 John Tyndall Memorial Meeting

Western Spring are proud to announce the forthcoming 2017 John Tyndall Memorial Meeting which will take place on 1st July 2017 at a prestigious location in central England. This meeting represents a significant change from the format of earlier such meetings, with a sharper focus on the legacy of John Tyndall; what made him the foremost nationalist thinker and writer of his era; and what must be done today to bring about the fulfilment of…

Has Theresa May Deliberately Thrown the Election?

On the 22nd April I wrote an article questioning the Prime Minister’s motives for holding a snap general election at this time. I pointed out that in the 2015 general election the Conservatives had a manifesto pledge to hold a referendum on EU membership; that they introduced legislation through Parliament in June 2015 to hold such a referendum, which was passed by an overwhelming majority in both the House of Commons and the Lords; and…

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…