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…

Our White Genetic Interests

All living organisms have genetic interests and these genetic interests are furthered when there are more of their particular genes in existence. Sounds simple, and very common sense, but far too many Whites don’t seem to understand this or, if they do, many don’t seem to understand that this concept of genetic interests is of fundamental importance for the survival of Whites as well as all other organisms. In simplest terms, and specifically thinking of…

The Passion and Political Crucifixion of Mrs May

As Christmas draws near many among us who are Christians turn our thoughts to the birth of Christ, the story of the Nativity and beyond to Easter next year and the Passion, the story of the ordeal that Christ endured at the hands of the Romans, ending in his crucifixion on Mount Calvary, and it is this second story that has particular symbolism for we British at this time as we witness a passion play…

The Stairway to Heaven – Part 2 – Guerrilla Politics

There can be no more iconic image of romantic derring-do than that of swash-buckling British cavalry soldiers in bright red tunics and all their gold braided finery charging on horse-back, swords drawn, towards the Russian cannons that opposed them during the charge of the Light Brigade. Yet romantic and heroic though the charge of the Light Brigade was, the British cavalry were so depleted in numbers by the withering hail of enemy fire that by…

In God, As He Truly Is, We Believe!

God is one, is ineffable, has no equal, has no son, has selected Whites. Don’t believe in God?  Good, neither do I, at least as He is thought of in just about every organized religion I’ve heard of. But, I do believe in God as that “something” that my reason now tells me really can exist. And, “from can exist”  to  “does exist” is no longer a big leap for me. This is a big…

In Memoriam – Stephen Howard Osborne (1951-2017)

It is with great sadness that I announce the unexpected death of one of our longest serving members, and one of my dearest friends, Stephen Osborne, who was born, lived most of his life and died in his beloved Northamptonshire, a county for which, and for whose people, he had an  immense and undying affection. Steve was a traditionalist with a great love of history and culture. He studied the architecture, the literature and the language of old England…

Exposing the Exposers #1

A number of people have expressed disquiet during the last year over the proliferation of undercover investigations and so-called exposés of what is euphemistically referred to as ‘the far right’ by the police, by the mass media and by malign NGOs such as Hope-Not-Hate, and it is perhaps appropriate for us to examine in detail the kind of people, and the organisations that are driving a desperate campaign to demonise and vilify honest patriotic groups and…

Max Musson – Honoured to accept Freedom of Dublin Award!

I heard last night that Bob Geldof, the obnoxious, aging, rock music has-been, has announce he is returning his Freedom of Dublin Award on the grounds that the same honour was awarded to the Burmese leader, Aung San Suu Kyi. I’m not really bothered by the internal politics of a far-eastern state, but apparently, old Bob, now only famous for his dishevelled appearance, has got his ‘knickers’ in a right ‘twist’ that any national leader should have the common sense to…

Dispossession

Dispossession of one people by another may follow a spectacular conquest and genocide event, or it may be a much more gradual process, a salami slicing accumulation of tiny individual losses which take a lifetime but which, by the end of that lifetime, has transformed society beyond recognition and in a way very much to the disadvantage of the dispossessed. This is the familiar “boiling frog” analogy – the frog doesn’t realise the water is…

A Place at the Table for the Indigenous White Majority?

Most people don’t think very far beyond their own immediate needs and wants and those of their close families. As long as they have enough money to provide the warmth, food, light, shelter, and clothing they need, and a few modest luxuries, most people do not consider the distant consequences of their actions, nor the actions of those around them or their government. Most people accept that there are flaws in the system and that…