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…

“Rhodes Must Fall”

“Remember that you are an Englishman, and have consequently won first prize in the lottery of life.” said Cecil Rhodes, self made millionaire, Prime Minister of Cape Colony, founder of Rhodesia, patriot, imperialist, and creator of the Rhodes Scholarships at Oxford. It is that last achievement which now lies at the centre of a continuing controversy in Oxford, and more particularly at Oriel College which was a major beneficiary of Rhodes’ generosity and now houses…

Country Before Party

By Frederick Dixon: I doubt if many of those who visit the Western Spring web site intend to vote Conservative at the imminent general election, although I’ve equally little doubt that many have done so at various times in the past; I certainly have, particularly when my M.P. was the late racial nationalist, Sir Ronald Bell. Regrettably, the likes of Sir Ronald have never had much sway in the counsels of the Conservative party and never…

Baby Matters

By Frederick Dixon: Just in case you hadn’t noticed, we have just celebrated the birth of Jesus – or at least enjoyed the Christmas holiday if we happen to be non-Christians. So this is as good a time as any to reflect upon babies, or rather upon the fact that rather too few White British babies are being born. Until about 1970 our birth rate was running well above the replacement level of 2.1 children per…

Lies, Damned Lies and Statistics

By Frederick Dixon: “Lies, damned lies and statistics”; I’m not sure that Disraeli’s famous quote is really fair because figures, if they are accurate and complete, cannot lie. They can though be “spun” to prove that the glass is really half full rather than half empty. A perfect example of such spinning was to be seen earlier this week when the Telegraph blared that “Britain’s multi-cultural melting pot is gathering speed”.The cause of the excitement?…

Cultural Struggle: What it is and how to win it

By David Yorkshire: The following is a transcript of a speech I gave at a nationalist meeting in the summer of last year. I’m here tonight not to talk about politics, but about something broader and more far-reaching. I’m going to talk about culture, because culture is that which shapes politics and ideas in general, and we are going to look at how this is achieved. Now even the word culture itself has been politicised…

The Rebirth of a Nation

By Frederick Dixon: Ever since the end of the baby boom, more than forty years ago, the White British element in the population of the United Kingdom has had a birth rate well below the replacement level of 2.1 children. The youngest of the baby boomers are now moving beyond their child bearing years so, unless the far smaller numbers of White British women in the succeeding generations reverse the low birth rate of recent…