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…

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…

Electoral Folly and Corruption in the Potteries

On 13th January this year and following significant policy differences with party leader Jeremy Corbyn, the Labour MP for the constituency of Stoke-on-Trent Central, Tristram Hunt, resigned his seat and announced that he is to take up the position of Director of the Victoria & Albert Museum, thus triggering a by-election to be held on 23rd February. Stoke-on-Trent Central has been a solidly Labour ward throughout the last sixty-years or more and so one might…

An Interview with Western Spring’s Richard James

The following is an interview conducted by Julian Langness of the website Europeancivilwar.com with Richard James, who is an important member of Western Spring: Richard is a very knowledgeable and capable European patriot, and his contributions to our discussions have been very fruitful over the last year. When I found out about his involvement in Western Spring, I asked to interview him as a semi-official representative of the group. It is an excellent interview, and some…

The River in Spate

Many little rivulets join to form a stream and many streams join together in a river which, when it floods, will sweep away all in its path. Many of us laboured for many years for the BNP or the NF or other nationalist organisations, leafleting, canvassing, trudging along to ill attended meetings in the back rooms of bleak pubs, willingly paying contributions which sometimes we could little afford. All it seemed for nothing as nationalist movement after…

Predictions of the Coming Year

This article is a sound overview of ‘the Current Year’ so far. Based on the analysis of a tremendous year thus far for the nationalist struggle, the article continues with speculation on what 2017 may portend. This article by Julian Langness was first published on 22nd October 2016. Julian has previously spoken to Red Ice Radio on the issues outlined in the article and is the editor of a website that is “Tracking the burgeoning civil…

Harnessing Popular Campaigns to Educate the Public

In response to several commenters recently citing (to substantiate their own points in the discussions) Mark Collett’s latest speech at the London Forum, we thought it best to bring this speech to the wider public audience. Mark is a keen supporter of Western Spring and we feel the many great points made in the video expand upon our second of Six Prerequisites, namely: White enclaves and ideologically aware communities, from which our bid for power can…

Electoral Folly!

Following the murder of Labour MP Jo Cox earlier this year there is to be a by-election in her constituency of Batley and Spen and in tribute to her dedication to the displacement and race replacement of the British people, the other two main establishment political parties, the Tories and the LibDems, have chosen not to contest the seat. In light of this co-operation on the part of the establishment parties aimed at ensuring the replacement of…

Leaders Conference – Quest for Unity & Direction

Following the controversy of Nick Griffin’s ultimately disastrous stewardship of the British National Party, that party has shed most of its former members and the nationalist movement in this country has become fragmented and disoriented. Today our movement is composed of a number of comparatively small organisations, many of them tiny, and all of them largely impotent in terms of being able to effect political change either now or within the foreseeable future. In recent…

Rejoice!

Despite months of intense scaremongering by the Remain campaign, it now looks as though we are heading towards victory for the Leave campaign and a firm vote in favour of the UK leaving the European Union. As of 05:15am this morning the Leave campaign have received 15,437,289 votes, compared to 14,328,314 for the Remain campaign, placing Leave on a 51.9% share of the vote counted so far and 1,108,975 votes ahead. Already Nigel Farage has given the…