During times of universal deceit, telling the truth becomes a revolutionary act. Why are some viewpoints simply unsayable?
Marc Abramsson, leader of the National Democrats party in Sweden, tells a familiar story about how he and his party have come under fierce attack from all sides in recent years.
British National Party activists were told to ‘get out’ of Greenwich by police on Saturday for attempting to deliver the Party’s anti-riot leaflets. Although the six activists – three of them OAPs – were peacefully trying to carry out their basic human right to impart political information, they were told by police they were ‘not wanted’ in the borough and would have to leave at once.
By Maid of Kent – Along with the return of some semblance of law and order in English cities, the limp-wristed hand wringing of our liberal elite and their accomplices in Westminster will surely begin with their anguished need to find reasons for this latest example of the breakdown of civilisation in Britain.
By Maid of Kent – After the shocking events that have rocked our country and which have exposed the thin layer of civilisation covering a rotten seething cesspit, the British people have had the reality of Britain today thrust violently in their faces.
British Veterans’ Group Officer Pete Molloy has said that it is a national disgrace that charities have had to raise the money for military recovery centres in lieu of government spending.
By Maid of Kent – According to a survey published by retirement income specialists MGM Advantage, 36 percent of over-65s have no idea when they will be able to afford to retire, with that number increasing to 50 percent in London.
All across Britain, councils are switching off or dimming street lamps, plunging millions of people into darkness, to try to accommodate a fraction of the LibLabCon-imposed budget cuts – but slashing council fatcats’ salaries would save much more and compromise no one’s safety in the process.
“I would like you to read this article from Italian Nationalist leader Roberto Fiore about the tragic events in Norway which the British National Party, alongside all right-thinking people, condemn. Roberto makes some thought-provoking points about what led to the evil terrorist actions of Anders Behring Breivik. It’s a personal view from Roberto. The most important point that Roberto makes is, in my view, that Nationalism is about love. We must never forget that central tenet.” – Nick Griffin