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I DOUBT IF EVEN his dearest friends pretend that Nick Griffin is still flavour of the month on the nationalist Right, and he certainly has to bear his share of the blame for the collapse of the BNP on his watch. Nevertheless, I still have a sneaking regard for a highly intelligent man who was one of the best…
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by Alex Young WALKING THROUGH London you almost feel like you’ve entered a strange parallel time-line. Someone standing in London a century ago could never have foreseen what we see before us today, and if they could, they would undoubtedly feel an extreme sense of shock and betrayal at what their descendants…
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John Cleese by Frederick Dixon I NEVER WAS a great fan of John Cleese, his style of humour being a bit too manic for my liking, but I have to hand it to the old boy for stirring up a hornet’s nest a few days ago. You’ll remember the enormous stink that ensued when he said that London was “no longer…
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Disgusting beyond words; treasonous beyond doubt — and deserving of appropriate indictment, conviction, and punishment. The (temporary) triumph of the anti-European forces in 1945 has led directly to this day. by Frederick Dixon I SUPPOSE IT’S quite normal and predictable for people…
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by Max Musson AMONG THE VARIOUS nationalist groups in Britain, an increasing number have now turned away from electioneering as the means by which they hope to bring about political change and the salvation of our people. These groups have come to realise that the majority of the electorate are now so…
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by Max Musson THIS WEEK A STORY has obsessed the UK media almost as much as the continuing Brexit saga: It is the story of a Syrian schoolboy named Jamal, a “refugee” whose family have been relocated to Huddersfield and who now attends Almondbury Community School in that town. A video has…
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by Max Musson THE WAY FORWARD for British nationalism in the 21st Century is for us to begin acting as “nation-builders” and pioneers rather than politicians. Ours must be an organic and social movement for the foreseeable future and not a primarily political movement. Nationalist electioneers,…
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by Frederick Dixon WAS THERE EVER a more modern, a more fashionable, marriage than that of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle? The bride really does seem to have been designed by a committee of progressive cosmopolitans to show that our stuffy old monarchy has been brought bang up to date. She has everything…
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by Max Musson EDITOR’S NOTE: It is the position of National Vanguard that the interests of other races, and especially Jewish interests, are not only different from White interests, but in many cases directly opposed to them — therefore no multiracial society is healthy or acceptable.…
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by Max Musson SEVERAL DAYS have now passed since the US led missile strikes on three sites within Syria, as retribution for the Syrian Army’s earlier alleged use of chemical weapons against rebels in Douma (Duma), in Eastern Ghouta, one of many outlying districts of Damascus. The United States and her…
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