Wednesday, 5 November 2008

US Presidential Election

So it's finally over. I live in the UK and I'm sick to death of hearing about the American election so I can only imagine how Americans feel.

The coverage over here has been so intense that some British people actually believed they could vote!

Radio 1 DJ Scott Mills asked a number of British people on the streets of London who they would be voting for and every single one of them said they would be voting.

Barack Hussain Obama has been elected as the first black president. In his victory speech Mr Obama said that 'change has come to America.' Well let's hope so but not the change that Mr Obama wants.

The white Nationalist movement in America seems to be geting nowhere. Will the election of Mr Obama be the catalyst required to wake up white Americans?

Will it force the WN's off the internet and onto the streets, engaging with real people instead of living in a fantasy world of swastica's and armed revolution?

I certainly hope so but I'm not optimistic.

I believe this election has signalled the death of the US as a white nation.

I truly hope that white Americans can prove me wrong.

Saturday, 11 October 2008

Joerg Haider RIP

Have just heard the news that Joerg Haider, the leader of Austria's Nationalist party The Alliance for Austria's Future, has been killed in a car crash.

I would like to extend my sympathy to his family and friends.

Austria has lost a great man.

Friday, 19 September 2008

Aryan Wear

I needed some new steel toecap boots for work so I ordered from Aryan Wear.

They arrived today. Superb quality.

(Also available in black)

If you need any steel toecap boots or shoes and want to buy from fellow Nationalists, I recommend ordering from Aryan Wear.

Sunday, 14 September 2008

Joey Smith

Joey Smith or is it Lily Allen?

Check out Joey's:

Sunday, 17 August 2008

RWB 2008

This weekend I attended the BNP's annual Red, White and Blue festival (RWB).
On the Saturday the left wing trash demonstrated outside the site, attacking the police then going into a nearby town to smash shop windows.

Inside the site it was a great atmosphere with lots of different and interesting stalls,
fairground rides for the kids,
and a very moving tribute to the forgotten white victims of racist murder.
I met fellow Nationalists from Sweden, Germany, the Czech Republic and Australia along with Nationalists from all around Britain.

The weekend concluded with a closing address from party chairman Nick Griffin aboard the 'Truth Truck'.
Although the weather was not as warm as I'd hoped it was a really enjoyable weekend.

Well done to everyone involved in the organisation of the event. I'm already looking forward to next year's RWB.

RWB video I found on YouTube:

Friday, 11 July 2008

Has Britain gone mad?

Reports in the press this week say that police sniffer dogs could be forced to wear rubber-soled bootees when they search Muslims homes or mosques.

No, this isn't a late April Fool's joke!

This is a part of new guidelines to "respect cultural sensitivities".

I think it's about time we dumped all this Politically Correct nonsense. If Muslims, or anyone else, doesn't like the way we do things in this country there is an simple solution.

They can leave!

Thursday, 12 June 2008

RWB 2008

The police have scored a major own goal with their actions over this year's Red, White and Blue (RWB) festival.

They have objected to the festival being granted a licence for live music and the sale of alcohol.

Apparently they did this after receiving 'intelligence' about a left wing demo against the festival.

If they believe there may be some trouble between festival goers and left wing demonstrators then surely it's in their best interest to keep the festival goers on their site?

The only thing the refusal to grant a liquor licence will achieve is that people wanting an alcoholic drink will leave the site and go looking for local pubs, thus increasing the chance of the two sides clashing.

So rather than decrease any potential problems the police have increased them.

If the liquor licence had been granted there would have been no danger whatsoever of trouble at the RWB. There never has been any in previous years and, even when the loony left have staged a demonstration, it has always been a very enjoyable family festival.

Friday, 16 May 2008

Another Knife Murder

Yet another man is killed on the streets of Britain.

Steven Bigby, 22, was knifed and had his throat slit on Monday in London's Oxford Street.

But before you start to feel any sympathy for him, it's been revealed that he was on bail over a brutal gang rape of a girl and was also on bail for an attack in which a man was repeatedly stabbed in a gang fight.

If blacks behave like animals then they can only expect to die like animals.

Good riddance, I say.

The only sad part is that it happened in our country.

The sooner all blacks are removed from this country the better.

Saturday, 3 May 2008

Leadership Challenge

I see that Councillor Colin Auty has announced he will be challenging Nick Griffin for the BNP leadership.

I expected a challenge from someone but was a little surprised that it was councillor Auty.

He's not been on the Nationalist scene very long but does have good experience in the council chamber. I'll want to hear a lot more about his ideas especially on racial matters if I'm to consider him a serious challenger.

Election Success

The local and GLA elections on 1 May were a huge success for the BNP. 13 gains against 3 losses. Councillors elected to areas that have never had a BNP representative before and the jewel in the crown - Richard Barnbrook elected to the Greater London Assembly.

Congratulations to everyone involved in the campaigns.