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Here we see Catherine Blaiklock proving to an audience that she isn’t “racist” by brandishing a picture of the Black she married. THE latest weird development in post-UKIP politics involves Catherine Blaiklock, a former UKIP economic spokesman who is the official registered…
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THE DYING United Kingdom Independence Party faces an imminent split as hundreds of Islam-obsessed EDL supporters have joined the party in recent weeks, supporting the leadership campaign of former Labour Party activist Anne-Marie Waters, who is an ally of EDL founder ‘Tommy Robinson’. Her campaign…
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JOE CHIFFERS was UKIP candidate for Liverpool Riverside at the last general election. A few months ago, having become disillusioned with UKIP’s avoidance of fundamental issues, he quit and joined Jack Sen’s British Renaissance, where he was appointed party chairman for a few months earlier this…
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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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TURKEY appeared to be on the brink of joining the EU last night, giving its 75 million citizens free access to Europe. (ILLUSTRATION: A group of Turks) The daunting prospect of millions of Turks moving to Britain arose after EU leaders tabled a deal in exchange for help stemming the flood of migrants into…
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THIS EVENING the Daily Express proudly announced that its owner Richard Desmond had donated a further £1 million to UKIP, following a £300,000 donation from Desmond to the party at the end of last year. The Express tycoon was a major donor to Tony Blair’s Labour party fifteen years ago, but fell out with…
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A British perspective on moving forward toward White community by Shaun de Moray FUNDAMENTALLY, the broader nationalist movement has now reached a position where we need to readjust our sights and adopt a new strategy. Many talk of change and of revolution, but they must face the fact that there…
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A PARLIAMENTARY candidate for the UK Independence Party (UKIP) has stepped down after he said US President Barack Obama should be kidnapped and put on trial in Israel, it has emerged. (ILLUSTRATION: Nigel Farage and Jeremy Zeid, right)
Jeremy Zeid, who was standing as MP for Hendon in northwest London,…
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by Michael Woodbridge THE RAMSHACKLE REMNANTS of British Nationalism afford us a unique, ideological, opportunity which can provide a revolutionary framework for the future. Bold courageous thinking is in order. In this article we’ll take a brief introductory look at the historical context of…
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