By Patrick Harrington – Anyone listening to the Radio 4 today programme on Tuesday or Wednesday morning could be forgiven for assuming that the climax of the loyalist marching season in Ulster had degenerated into widespread disorder and violence across the province.
By Stephen Palmer – The number of Norwegians who want a stop to immigration has never been so high, as the country is subjected to record levels of third-world invasion.
"Our position is that 'good fences make good neighbours' … we want to defuse the 'Clash of Civilisations'." This is the core message that comes across in an interview that Nick Griffin has just supplied to a Turkish news agency. The interview in full is an important and carefully considered statement of the British National Party's attitude to Islam and the Muslim world.
By Giuseppe De Santis – A lot has been said about the failure of the Swiss People’s Party to achieve 30% of the vote (it got 25%) during the federal elections that took place on Sunday 23rd of October in Switzerland to elect the members of the two chambers of the Parliament in Bern. However, it's quite interesting how newspapers in the UK ignored the huge increase in support enjoyed by nationalist parties based in some Swiss cantons bordering Italy and France.
Northern Ireland British National Party activists were out in force in the market town of Ballyclare, County Antrim, on a beautiful sunny Saturday morning last weekend.
Tonight on The World at 8 with Lynne Mozar – Judith Tebbutt, the British woman kidnapped from her Kenyan lodge, is being held on an island in Somalia by pirates, who are expected to order a ransom demand within the next few days.
As expected, the media and the enemies of nationalism have fallen over themselves to try to cast doubt on the character and credentials of our excellent candidate for London Mayor, Carlos Cortiglia.
By Nick Griffin – The breakup of Britain. That’s been the aim of the EU for decades. For some time, it looked as if they would get their way without any real fight, but a combination of public common sense and now government cuts has dealt their plot several heavy blows.
How the small East European state of Belarus has been saved from the greed of the ‘oligarchs’ and why the President of Belarus is as hated by the liberal elite and mass media as we are
Tonight on the World at 8 with Lynne Mozar – News that immigration into Britain went up by over 20 percent last year comes at the same time as unemployment in Britain rises by 38,000.