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by Max Musson FOLLOWING the controversy of Nick Griffin’s ultimately disastrous stewardship of the British National Party, that party has shed most of its former members and the nationalist movement in this country has become fragmented and disoriented. Today our movement is composed of a number…
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by Robert Row LATE IN 1932, about a year after the financial crisis that rocked Britain to its foundations and heralded the great depression of the thirties, George Bernard Shaw said at a Fabian meeting in London: “You may remember the eloquence with which Mr. Ramsay MacDonald begged the nation…
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Classic Essays

DIANA MOSLEY’S (pictured) A Life of Contrasts (London: Hamish Hamilton, 1977) is an extremely important book. It provides an intimate picture of the age we have lived through, written from the vantage point of a member of one of its foremost political and literary families. Within the overall…
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Classic Essays

Britain First speech by Sir Oswald Mosley at Exhibition Hall, 16 July 1939 FELLOW BRITONS, tonight the British people are here, (Cheers) and tonight from this great audience will be heard the voice of British people telling Parliament, telling Parties, telling Government something it is time that…
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Speaking at anti-Israel event, Labour MP Gerald Kaufman invokes Jewish conspiracy theories, claims Israel ‘executing’ Palestinians. A LEFT-WING British MP has claimed that “Jewish money” has influenced British politicians to support Israel, during a shocking anti-Semitic…
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American Dissident VoicesKevin Alfred Strom

by Kevin Alfred Strom RECENTLY the New York Times published an opinion piece by Anglo-Dutch journalist Ian Buruma, whose specialty is Far Eastern affairs, which contained some very interesting admissions. For one, he states that the book market in Japan has an “insatiable appetite”…
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But there were, of course, “conditions.” EDITOR’S NOTE: In this writer’s opinion, Nick Griffin (pictured) watered down the essential facts — those of race and of Jewish power — far too much himself when he was at the helm of the BNP. But nevertheless, it wasn’t…
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by Francis Carr Begbie WITH THE CLAMOUR of protest over the decision not to prosecute one of Britain’s most senior Jewish politicians over child rape allegations showing no sign of abating, it is worthwhile looking back at the career of the man at the centre. Even without these lurid claims, Greville…
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