A Negress, Kemi Badenoch, crows in the Spectator about being an MP. She’s gone from being an immigrant to lording it over us.
Curiously, no comments are allowed on this article, showing that the Spectator is aware that large numbers of English people do not accept this woman as a) British or b) a valid representative in Parliament.
Continue reading “A foreign MP”
An important question for nationalists is what would happen to the multi-culturalists after the advent of a nationalist government. The need for political stability would support the argument for a “forgive and forget” approach. But the way in which Donald Trump’s administration is being openly undermined by his civil service suggests you need to cashier a large number of people to neutralize their power. Continue reading “A period of terror for the multi-culturalists?”
What an unpleasant story we read in the newspapers today! There is a long pattern of failure to act when it is the ethnic minorities committing serious crimes. After the Rotherham scandal, when police abetted the mass rape of English underage girls by Pakistani gangs, we now read that the Nottinghamshire police failed to act on an unauthorised circumcision performed on an infant boy. Continue reading “Nottinghamshire police failed to act on Muslim GBH”
We all remember the Hillsborough tragedy when 96 people were killed. It is sickening that the state closed ranks for years to prevent the holding of senior policemen to account. We clearly don’t have the rule of law. Continue reading “Hillsborough victims all English?”
There is nothing, other than political obstacles, standing in the way of a country devising policy in order to defend the demographic integrity of its core ancestral nation. There are policies that would discourage a further growth in the ethnic population and encourage a reduction. The most important step is a revision of our citizenship laws, to take passports away from people without British ancestry. This would stop the warping of our democracy as ethnic minority people vote in our elections, stand for Parliament, and take part in discussion of our political affairs in the media. Importantly, the consideration of whether people were born in England or have access to other citizenships is irrelevant. We should remove citizenship from those who are not members of our nation, even where they would become “stateless”. Being stateless is not the same as being without ethnic identity, and all these people do have ethnic allegiances to countries beyond our shores, and it is to the governments of those countries they should look for travel documents. Continue reading “Is immigration reversal feasible?”
We recently heard the distressing news of the Grenfell Tower fire. I cannot imagine what those people went through, and I applaud the firemen who saved so many people. I can’t help thinking the “victims” will walk away with large sums in compensation and the firemen will be forgotten.
Continue reading “The nation goes up in flames”