Money Buys Power & Influence – Max Musson at the JTMM

In my closing address at the John Tyndall Memorial Meeting I addressed the issue of the sacrifices that many nationalist activists make and how we often suffer unnecessarily the persecution of our enemies because our movement is weak and fractured. I invited the audience to behold, ‘nationalism with money’, and explained why this years JTMM was in a league above that which most people expect when they attend a nationalist meeting. I explained that ‘Money is Power’…

Jez Turner at the JTMM – Talks of Three Essential Truths!

Jez Turner was the fifth guest speaker at the recent John Tyndall Memorial Meeting and in his speech he examines whether we have the ability or the time to awaken our people to the dangers that beset us? He goes on to develop his theme by presenting what he sees as three essential truths about which we should be aware; the truth of race; the truth of power and the truth about the agenda. Jez ends…

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…

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…

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…

Mark Collett – 2017 Jonathan Bowden Oratory Prize Nominee

Setting the bar high in terms of speaking ability among nominees this year, Mark Collett is a highly competent and effective speaker, who benefits from much practice gained through the prominent role he played in the BNP in years past. In addition, Mark has gained further experience of public speaking more recently, appearing as a regular guest on the David Duke Show and producing a series of podcasts and now videocasts on his own YouTube…

Operation Leonidas

Perceptive nationalists this side of the Pond will know that at the moment it is our American brethren who are leading the charge for the salvation, proliferation, and advancement of European identity. The reasons as to why this is so (superior population numbers; First Amendment; a Trump government?) are immaterial. It is what it is and we ought to support it for our mutual benefit. So, after listening to the latest episode of one of…