Tu ne cede malis, sed contra audentior ito

Saturday, 29 September 2012

Too Liddle, too late

So Mr Liddle at long last acknowledges (in The Sun) that the BNP was right all along about the issue of Muslim paedophile gangs preying upon English children.

Only he cannot bring himself to use the word English. Instead, in common with the bulk of 'mainstream' journalists, he uses the generic term white. This unwillingness to name the ethnic nationality of the great majority of the thousands of child-victims is in itself a further insult both to them and to the English people as a whole. It sits uneasily with Mr Liddle's supposed role as a critic and debunker of the evil ideology of political 'correctness' that he himself should be a slave to that ideology in his use of language. The word hypocrite comes to mind, 'traitor' even. But then perhaps Mr Liddle is not English and feels no loyalty to, or solidarity with the English.

After the criminal offenders (predominantly Muslims) themselves, it is those whose duty it is to care for and protect these socially disadvantaged children, including social workers and police officers, who are seriously at fault here. Also culpable are the Establishment politicians who promoted and still maintain, the anti-English ideology of political 'correctness' and pursued the disastrous policy of encouraging the mass immigration of ethnic aliens from the Third World. Such a combination of anti-national policies was inevitably going to create a political culture in which Muslim gangs would regard themselves as above the law and be emboldened to prey upon the most vulnerable of our people, our children, secure in the knowledge that the kufrs' dhimmified police and social services, media and politicians would look the other way.

One of the main reasons these Muslim paedophiles behave in the way they do is that they know that the Establishment and officialdom (eg, social workers, police officers, journalists and politicians) are running scared of allegations of 'racism' (whatever this curious term is supposed to mean). The Muslim rapists know full well that the pusillanimous police and politicians are willing to engage in suppressio veri (suppression of the truth) in a vain attempt to maintain the fiction that the 'diversity' of races, religions and cultures within our society, which an open-door immigration policy has created, is a boon to the English.

Another important reason for their criminal behaviour is the racial and religious hatred which many Muslims feel for the English and 'infidels' in general. Such hostile attitudes are culturally mainstream in Islam. You don't see gangs of Muslims raping the children of other Muslims. Why not? Because they have strong feelings of solidarity with their co-religionists and fellow-tribesmen, but antipathy towards others; exactly the kind of natural feelings which, in the English, are condemned by the Establishment as 'racism'. Talk about double standards!

The hypocrisy of the Establishment is even more reprehensible in view of the fact that there is a social class dimension to it. A Cabinet consisting largely of wealthy individuals from privileged backgrounds presides over a system that permits the most vulnerable and disadvantaged members of society, children from deprived backgrounds, to be brutally abused and exploited, as a direct consequence of their administration's politically 'correct' (ie, anti-English) policies.

Those members of the Cabinet who are ethnic aliens themselves might perhaps not be expected necessarily to have the best interests of the English at heart. But what of those members of the Cabinet who are English? What excuse can they offer for their betrayal of their countrymen?

Thursday, 20 September 2012

Put out more flags (that'll show 'em)!

Mr Griffin and the Province of Northern Ireland have a love-hate relationship. He loves it, for all the wrong reasons (for its residual sectarianism and thuggery) while it hates him (or rather what he represents) partly for the same reason all decent patriots do. Another reason being, that it has experienced and largely overcome its own home-grown, faith-based versions of the race-based political sectarianism which he has unsuccessfully peddled there in the past.

The classic sectarian pitch is to claim to offer protection to one community against the perceived encroachments of another, alien community. In order for this to succeed, however, so the sectarians argue, organization and discipline is necessary. And who better to provide it than, you guessed it, the sectarians themselves!

Soon, however, these self-proclaimed saviours of their own people show their true colours. And they're not the red, white and blue of the Union Jack, but the black and white of the Jolly Roger. For what else can one call preying on one's own people, operating a thinly veiled protection racket, under the pretence of defending them from the aggression of an alien community, than piracy?

The freedom-loving English will never submit to the tyranny of tin-pot wannabe dictators like Mr Griffin and his mercenary imitators, no matter how serious the threat from ethnically alien intromission and no matter how unpleasant may be the consequences of the latter.

A political party that goes to our people with the offer to cleanse the Augean stables of the corrupt Establishment must have clean hands itself, if it hopes to be taken seriously by them. Mr Griffin's BNP does not and neither does any of its rivals so far on the scene.

Like the sectarians of Ulster, in its smaller way, the BNP's leadership leeched off (ie, abused and exploited) its own members. What kind of advertisement for nationalism was (and is) this? Little wonder that nine-tenths of the party's activists and members have left it. And less wonder that the electorate does not trust its few remaining candidates with public office. If the BNP is no better than the rotten parties of the Establishment, then 'better the devil you know than the devil you don't', reason the electorate. And who can blame them?

'Out of the frying pan, into the fire', is an unappealing slogan. The legal, electoral road to nationalism is the highway to national salvation, but it must be followed in a suitable vehicle, namely, a new and respectable, broad church ethno-nationalist party. A party, moreover, which does more than merely pay lip-service to the principles of democracy and free speech, but has these core values at its heart.

Decency and democracy will be the twin watchwords of the new party. This will attract the support of decent nationalists as well as the wider electorate. The electorate will recognize the real thing when they see it and will not be turned off, as they were in the case of the BNP, by a leader with embarrassing baggage and an inability convincingly to make the case for nationalism, because he no longer believes in it himself.

Thursday, 13 September 2012



OUT of the night that covers me,

Black as the Pit from pole to pole,

I thank whatever gods may be

For my unconquerable soul.

In the fell clutch of circumstance 

I have not winced nor cried aloud.

Under the bludgeonings of chance

My head is bloody, but unbowed.

Beyond this place of wrath and tears

Looms but the Horror of the shade,

And yet the menace of the years

Finds, and shall find, me unafraid.

It matters not how strait the gate,

How charged with punishments the scroll,

I am the master of my fate: 

I am the captain of my soul.

William Ernest Henley 1849–1903

Walker must walk!

Apology noted, now resign

Mr Walker is right to apologize for his disgraceful and criminal behaviour. It's a pity he does not also apologize for bringing the BNP into disrepute as he quite clearly has.

Mr Walker was lucky to have escaped a custodial sentence for his crimes. Dangerous driving is a very serious offence, for which offenders are very often imprisoned.

The alleged delinquent tendencies of the children (children, not "youths" as Mr Walker dishonestly refers to them) concerned are irrelevant. What kind of example did Walker set these alleged delinquents by his criminal and antisocial behaviour? He behaved much worse than they and with much less excuse, being a middle-aged adult.

The judge in Walker's trial, one Mr Nolan, very oddly bent over backwards to extenuate his guilt and to laud his character to the skies. When has a judge ever before had a good word to say about a known BNP activist that appeared before him in court on any charge whatsoever, let alone charges as serious as those to which Walker pleaded guilty? Ironically, it is the very fact that Walker is such a rotten apple and yet continues to hold such a senior position within the party that, in this instance, actually saved him from a gaol sentence.

The Judiciary is one of the three branches of government. There are many connections, personal, professional and political, between the members of the three branches, members of the Establishment all. In addition, the legal profession itself, of which judges do not cease to be members when they sit on the Bench, is very closely related to the profession (or should that be 'trade'?) of politics and there are a myriad of links between them.

Quite clearly, the judge in Walker's case recognized the value to the Establishment of which he is a member, of Mr Walker continuing to hold high office within the BNP and thereby continuing to perform an invaluable function as a high profile exemplar of all that is wrong with the BNP and with nationalism generally.

Any decent member of the public, any decent and sensible voter, looking at Adam Walker and noting both his criminal tendencies and his senior position with the BNP, would conclude that they wanted nothing to do with such a party and nothing to do with the ideology which it supposedly espouses. This is exactly the opinion that the Establishment would wish them to form, hence the judge's expressed hope that Walker does not lose his employment with the BNP's two MEPs, Messrs Griffin and Brons.

Griffin and Brons, if they continue to employ Walker, effectively condone his criminality and thuggery. By doing so, they insult every decent remaining member of the BNP, as well as all those activists who sacrificed so much in order to build the party to the point at which it became possible for it to have MEPs elected.

Instead of unjustly victimizing BNP members for asking questions about the party's money and where it has gone and expelling them for exercising their right of free speech, in order to voice perfectly legitimate criticisms of its leadership, that leadership should take action against those who have genuinely brought the party into disrepute and are its real enemies.

Only they won't, of course, because, unlike the decent activists, whom they regard as expendable mugs, they are all cut from the same cloth.

Monday, 10 September 2012

Dulce et decorum est...

They held a council standing
   Before the River-Gate;
Short time was there, ye well may guess,
   For musing or debate.
Out spake the Consul roundly;
   'The bridge must straight go down;
For, since Janiculum is lost,
    Nought else can save the town.'

And nearer fast and nearer
    Doth the red whirlwind come;
And louder still and still more loud,
From underneath that rolling cloud
Is heard the trumpet's war-note proud,
    The trampling, and the hum.
And plainly and more plainly
    Now through the gloom appears,
Far to left and far to right,
In broken gleams of dark-blue light,
The long array of helmets bright,
     The long array of spears.

But the Consul's brow was sad,
    And the Consul's speech was low,
And darkly looked he at the wall,
    And darkly at the foe.
'Their van will be upon us
    Before the bridge goes down;
And if they once may win the bridge,
    What hope to save the town?'

Then out spake brave Horatius,
   The Captain of the gate:
'To every man upon this earth
    Death cometh soon or late:
And how can man die better
    Than facing fearful odds,
For the ashes of his fathers
    And the temples of his gods?

Hew down the bridge, Sir Consul,
   With all the speed ye may;
I, with two more to help me,
   Will hold the foe in play.
In yon strait path a thousand
    May well be stopped by three.
Now who will stand on either hand,
    And keep the bridge with me?'

Extract from 'Horatius' by Lord Macaulay

Sunday, 9 September 2012

Simon says...

With reference to my post yesterday, which mentioned that Searchlight appeared to be ignoring the sentence of Adam Walker at Durham Crown Court on Friday, I note that the Northern Echo article has now, belatedly, been republished on their web site.

Evidently, Searchlight monitors my blog and reacts to what I write.

Saturday, 8 September 2012

"Keep up the good work!" says Judge

When has a judge ever before had a good word to say for a known BNP activist who appears before them in court, on any charge whatsoever?

The judiciary is, of course, one of the three branches of government and many are the links between the individuals who collectively make up the three branches.

Evidently, the Establishment believes that it is in its best interests that the moribund BNP be kept on life-support for as long as possible.

Strangely, the report below does not appear on Searchlight's web site.

Something is rotten in the state of Denmark.

BNP activist Adam Walker avoids prison

8 September 2012

By Gavin Engelbrecht

A BNP 'activist' [its National Organizer, no less!] and former teacher who drove after three boys on bikes whom he believed had been cheeky to him avoided a gaol sentence yesterday.

Adam Walker pursued the terrified boys in a Land Rover 4X4, coming within yards of a collision.

And when they fled on foot he slashed all the tyres of their abandoned bicycles with a craft knife, Durham Crown Court heard.

He was sentenced to six months imprisonment, suspended for 18 months, after he admitted dangerous driving and possessing a bladed instrument.

Walker, described as a BNP staff manager, whose duties included chauffeuring a BNP Member of the European Parliament [viz, Nick Griffin MEP] was also banned from driving for 12 months.

But, in passing sentence, Recorder Ben Nolan said he hoped Walker would not lose his job with the party.

Recorder Nolan said: “This was a crazy thing to do.

“You obviously had a rush of blood to the head and I accept that to some extent you were provoked by these boys, but they were only boys, children.

“And what you did was extremely dangerous.”

Amanda Rippon, prosecuting, said the incident followed a St George’s Day march in Spennymoor, County Durham, in April, last year.

The boys, aged from ten to 12, had been “ticked off” earlier over their use of a bouncy castle outside the Green Tree pub, in nearby Tudhoe.

When they saw Walker, 43, removing bunting from his car with a Stanley knife they verbally abused him, wrongly thinking he was coming to chase them away again.

Walker set off after them and at one point drove his Land Rover over the length of the village green, behind one of the boys.

Lloyd Morgan, mitigating, said apart from an eight-year-old conviction for drink-driving, Walker was of good character, “having shown commitment not just to the community, but to the country”.

He added: “He is someone who has thoroughly learnt his lesson.”

The court heard that he faces a hearing before a BNP investigative committee later this month and could be suspended from his post.

Recorder Nolan said: “I clearly hope that your employers continue to value your good work as they have in the past and that they regard this episode as an utter aberration.”

Mr Walker, of Spennymoor, County Durham, also admitted a public order offence and three counts of criminal damage. He was ordered to pay compensation of £142 to the boys.

The Northern Echo

Friday, 7 September 2012

The acceptable face of nationalism

A few thoughts prompted by the recent arrest of the Corsham Crusader, alias Mark Kennedy.

The anti-free speech legislation, though entirely unjustifiable and repressive, does not make it impossible to speak out safely against the destruction of our country through the mass immigration of ethnic aliens. Nor does it make criticism, whether in speech or writing, of the abominable behaviour of many of those ethnic aliens legally impermissible. What it does, however, is to oblige critics of the Establishment's traitorous policies to be intelligent rather than emotive when voicing their opposition and to choose their words with some care. This is not difficult and is a good discipline to adopt.

Being more reasoned and analytical in one's critique of the colonization of our land by interlopers from the Third World and the state-sponsored dispossession of our people from their birthright and heritage, will tend to win over and attract to our cause, the very type of people we most need if our cause is ultimately to triumph, namely, the more intelligent, educated and articulate sections of our people, including, crucially, the Youth.

Now this is not to say that a more emotive and colourful approach (such as that of GA and his BR site) is worthless and without merit. Far from it. Nationalism needs and will have a range of approaches. Our task as nationalists should be (and this has been touched upon by CC in a recent article) successfully to co-ordinate the various different approaches in such a way that, instead of working in competition with each other, as at present, they work in co-operation with one another and so complement (and perhaps even compliment) each other.

There is, in the absence of a decent, respectable nationalist party which is generally acknowledged to be pre-eminent, such as the BNP used to be, an intensification of competition and conflict between nationalists. A large part of this centres on winning publicity and being seen to be active. One way of winning publicity is through brushes with the law. But is it the best way? Contrary to Mr Griffin's ill-considered dictum that "There's no such thing as bad publicity", we know that there is. Question Time proved that for any doubters in 2009.

It would be far better for a nationalist party, surely, patiently to build a reputation for decency and respectability with the public and the electorate. In order to do this leaders without baggage are necessary and activists and organizers who fully understand the importance of helping to build and to safeguard an acceptable public image and reputation for civilized behaviour, rather than its opposite.

Thursday, 6 September 2012

Justice delayed is justice denied

Emma West trial adjourned for third time

September 4, 2012

THE trial of alleged tram 'racist' Emma West has been adjourned for the third time.

West, 28, of New Addington, Croydon, is charged with two racially aggravated public order offences after a video, which apparently shows her abusing black, Asian and Polish tram passengers while holding her four-year-old son, was posted on YouTube.

​Emma West denies two racially aggravated public order offences.

The mother of two pleaded not guilty and had been due to face trial at Croydon Crown Court tomorrow (Wednesday).

However, the case has been adjourned for the third time after the Crown Prosecution Service asked for further reports to be compiled.

A new date for the trial has yet to be fixed.

West had been due to stand trial in June but the case was adjourned for further psychiatric reports. The case was moved to July but delayed again for the same reason.

The YouTube video, called My Tram Experience and filmed on a tram travelling between Croydon and Wimbledon, was watched by more than 11 million people after it was uploaded on November 27 last year.

Croydon Crown Court has previously heard that West, a former dental receptionist, had taken a double dose of her medication at the time of the incident, which is believed to have occurred on October 18 last year.

This is Croydon today