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by Michael Walsh WHEN IN A BRIGHTER day he is better known, the English-born prophet James Larratt Battersby (1907–1955) will find his name ranked with that of Gottfried Feder (German), Alfred Rosenberg (Estonian-German), William Joyce (Irish-American), John Amery (English), Cesare Santoro…
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by Michael Walsh REGARDLESS of political persuasion, logic suggests all should be familiar with the most important speech of the 2oth century. Yet, it is unlikely that one in 10,000 people have heard of it, let alone read it. This suggests there are good reasons for these several additional blank pages…
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by Michael Walsh ONE DAY an awakened United States will emerge from the Jewish chrysalis. Pennsylvania Avenue will then perhaps be renamed Elizabeth Dilling Avenue. Today, slumbering in their Jewish shroud, few Americans have heard of a lady whose visage should replace the Statue of Liberty. Elizabeth…
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by Michael Walsh OCCASIONALLY I am asked when I left England. I reply that I never left England, England left me. It is difficult to pinpoint precisely when England first betrayed its peoples. Perhaps it was when the German cruise liner, MV Monte Rose, seized in 1945 as a prize of war, was used to ferry subsidised…
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by Michael Walsh AFTER YEARS of pressure, Israel has finally succeeded in coercing the world’s largest booksellers into submission. The flickering candles of honest history are now being snuffed out. Amazon-published books that dispute what George Orwell described as ‘the prevailing orthodoxy,’…
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EditorialsEssays

by Michael Walsh SUMMARY justice; defence and appeal prohibited. Amazon Kindle Direct Publishing (KDP) now denies access to Mike Walsh books. This is a stark reminder of the dark labyrinths we are all entering. The flickering lights in the world of ethnic-Europeans are being snuffed out one by one;…
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Classic Essays

by Michael Walsh ON SEPTEMBER 12, 1977, a Black South African lost his life. Stephen Bantu Biko was notorious for his radical rhetoric in favour of Black revolutionary terrorism. However, such terrorism invariably led to the terrorisation and deaths — not of ethnic Europeans — but of…
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Do you think the Leftist tyranny that has enveloped us is a recent thing? Think again. by Michael Walsh DURING THE 68 years of Soviet terror London’s Westminster and the banking community’s Square Mile could best be described as partners in perfidy. Soviet leaders were applauded by Britain’s elite…
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by Michael Walsh “Several wartime personalities would end up agreeing on the value of the 2.5-ton US Studebaker-manufactured truck as the one important logistical innovation that really won World War 2 for the Allies and more than any other single weapon of the conflict.” AN IRONY of history is that…
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UNAVOIDABLY, a shifty-eyed hag grasping 12 pieces of silver as she passes her Rhodesian child to a pimp comes to mind when I write about Britain’s betrayal of Rhodesia. Ironically, it is the daughter whose quality of character was once attributed to her deceitful stepmother. By 1977, the world had largely…
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