A Very Modern Wedding

Was there ever a more modern, a more fashionable, marriage than that of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle? The bride really does seem to have been designed by a committee of progressive cosmopolitans to show that our stuffy old monarchy has been brought bang up to date. She has everything – American, divorced, an actress, a convert to Judaism – now safely converted back to Anglicanism (just how sincere can such convenient conversions really be?)…

Commonwealth or Common Woe?

I’m not sure whether or not the Commonwealth conference has quite finished yet. I thought it had, but then caught something on the radio the other day about a related function or reception, but as my interest in the institution is limited I didn’t really pay attention. Perhaps I should have, because this seemingly moribund organisation is coming back to bite us. It is not by coincidence that the conference was overshadowed by the Windrush…

Enoch – What if?

On the 20th April 1968 the Conservative statesman Enoch Powell spoke in Birmingham on the subject of non-White immigration from the Commonwealth, and although the current transformation of our country had at that time barely begun, this was already the subject of great public concern. He spoke of the rapid increase in the numbers of immigrants, of the soaring immigrant birth rate, of the harassment of White people in the inner cities, of the conspiracy…

A Sighting of Swallows

We hear quite a lot about “LGBT”  these days, perhaps rather too much. What do these letters mean to you? No doubt they mean “Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender”, as they did to me until a few days ago? However, according to an Asian journalist for the Telegraph, to some of our young fellow countrymen and women they mean “Let’s Gas Blacks Too”. Old “Nazi” though I may be, I can say quite truthfully that I found this suggestion…

Mother Country

Frequent visitors to this website will recall that I posted an article a while ago about the decline of the White British birthrate in England and Wales in 2016 to a mere 60.6% of all births. I followed that with a piece about the depressing effect which a shortage of housing has on our birthrate, a shortage due in large part to immigration. I’m pleased to see that Lionel Shriver has picked up the connection…

Hearth and Home

A little while ago I posted on this website an essay about the alarming decline in the White British birthrate in England and Wales, which had fallen in 2016 to a mere 60.6% of all births. This percentage decline was due in part to ever swelling numbers of births to all the other ethnicities which have been allowed to take up residence in our homeland, but also to a year on year drop in the…

A Blue Eyed Caucasian

So now we know that “the first Brits were black” (or so say some headlines). No doubt we have all seen the reports of the DNA analysis of “Cheddar Man” and the reconstruction of his appearance proving, with a three to one degree of probability, that he was dark skinned. The glee of the usual suspects does not need to be imagined with quotes such as “the multi-racial roots of the first Briton” and “we…

No Time To Lose

Do you like statistics? Good, because here’s a few to make you think, although you may not enjoy them. In recent years a little under 700,000 children have been born in England and Wales each year. Of those, 436,000 (63%) were classified as White British in 2014, 432,000 (62%) in 2015, 422,000 (60.6%) in 2016. Let me say that last one again in case you missed it – just 60.6% of the children born in…

Racialism: Out and Proud

No doubt we all been duly outraged by Afua Hirsch’s proposal to remove Nelson from his column, an outrage which Ms Hirsch will have both expected and enjoyed. I don’t intend in this article to dwell on the ongoing assault on the cultural icons of the white race, and thus on the white race itself, as H. Millard has dealt with it far more effectively on this website than I could have done. I prefer…

The Land of Lost Content

Travelling on the London underground is usually an interesting way to observe “diversity”, but earlier this month I was too absorbed in a piece in the Evening Standard to pay much attention to my fellow passengers. The feature which had caught my attention was headed “Ben Fogle and the fine art of being English”. It turns out that Ben has written a new book: ” ‘we hit a funny obstacle today’ he said ‘the book…