And this is not white little England expressing its frustration either:
According to the survey, 39% of Asian Britons, 34% of white Britons and 21% of black Britons wanted all immigration into the UK to be stopped permanently, or at least until the economy improved. And 43% of Asian Britons, 63% of white Britons and 17% of black Britons agreed with the statement that "immigration into Britain has been a bad thing for the country". Just over half of respondents – 52% – agreed with the proposition that "Muslims create problems in the UK".Commenting on the findings, Richard North observes:
[W]hatever the detail of the findings, they do lend support too a suggestion that there is room for a true, mainstream nationalist party. That is perhaps where the true political divide lies. At the moment, all three main parties are tranzie-orientated, which means that the majority of the population are no longer politically represented.Is that the answer we have been looking for? Is this what Fjordman has been arguing for and theorizing about all these years?
This further suggests that the main political objective must be to recover and rehabilitate nationalism, projecting it as a force for good. It has been tainted by Nazism and Fascism and the tranzies have dined off the disorder ever since.
That, though, was state nationalism. I'm thinking we need people's nationalism.
The notion of a 'grass roots nationalism', as an expression of the will of the people seems to me to be wholly natural. As Dr. North observes, it is when the state abuses that nationalism for its ow ends that disasters happen. But is standing up for your home, you family and friends and your traditions always necessarily a bad thing, as the tranzi machinery and the multi-cultist would have you believe? I don't believe it is.
Dr. North calls it "early days yet, but the germ of an idea is forming. A state run by a nation of people, not a nation of people run by a state. It is a question of who is in charge".
And of course, it is a question of who we let be in charge. We are the people, after all.