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…

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…

Max Musson Speaks – On John Tyndall, Electioneering, Money, and Unity!

By Max Musson: There is a debate taking place within British nationalism regarding whether or not electioneering is a worthwhile endeavour for nationalists; whether or not it is an effective means of pursuing our political aims; whether or not we are wasting our time, money and effort in what is increasingly viewed as a futile practice. This is not a debate about the rights and wrongs of the principle of democracy, because virtually everyone involved…

The Bite of the Adder, or can only Whites be Racist?

By Michael Woodbridge: “Take up the White Man’s burden And reap his old reward, the blame of those ye better The hate of those ye guard…” When the United States relieved Spain of the responsibility for administering the Philippines, Kipling wrote these words to his friend Theodore Roosevelt, as a warning about the consequences of taking on an imperial role. Likewise, Mark Twain declared that the colours of the American flag should be changed from…

As Remembrance Day & the Centenary of WWI Approaches …

By Max Musson: From time to time, the advocates of multiculturalism and multiracialism trot out the hackneyed assertion and untruth that one or more of the various immigrant groups in this country are perfectly entitled to colonise Britain because their forebears fought for this country during the two World Wars, and in this centenary year in which we are as a nation commemorating the sacrifices of our grandfathers’ and great-grandfathers’ generation during World War One,…

Floundering in the Ashes

By Max Musson: The internet forums would have been aflutter with jubilation and speculation as to what this ‘momentous’ turn of events might have heralded, had it happened three or four years ago, but today’s announcement that Nick Griffin is to ‘step aside’ as British National Party Chairman, was met with what can only be described as a mixture of mild disinterest and derision in nationalist circles. Indeed there seems to have been more of…

Confessions of an Undercover Informant

By Max Musson: An interesting article appears on the Guardian website today  featuring a video in which Gary Shopland, an ex-BNP member, tells the story of his alleged service as an undercover police informant. The article is interesting for a number of reasons; firstly because Shopland’s membership of the BNP apparently ended in 2003 when he says he chose to stop working as an informant; because Shopland reveals nothing of any significance about the BNP;…

Who Should We Vote For?

By John Salisbury: There are two important elections taking place in the near future and, for the first time, I find myself participating in discussions with other nationalists about which party it is best to vote for and whether it is actually worthwhile to vote at all.   I believe that these questions deserve addressing in some detail because they are important ones; voting is one of the few ways in which British nationalists can…

Farage ‘Spanks’ Clegg

By Max Musson: Yesterday saw the second of the much vaunted debates between our lack lustre deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg and the new, ‘naughty boy’ of British politics, Nigel Farage, and as was widely expected, Farage gave Clegg another good ‘spanking’. Whereas post debate opinion polls after the first of their televised debates placed Farage ahead of Clegg with the approval of 57% of viewers as opposed to just 36% for Clegg, post debate…

Front National Cause ‘Political Earthquake’?

By Max Musson: This weekend the media have been reporting a massive step forward for the Front National in the French municipal elections. According to reports, Marine Le Pen’s party have taken control of 14 municipalities, a significant advance on their previous record of just three, causing many commentators to declare that the country had been washed by a wave of “bleu Marine” (a play on the FN leader’s name and the colour navy blue)…