There's a thought

According to the UK Observer, huge numbers of Britons would support an anti-immigration English nationalist party if it was not associated with violence and fascist imagery. Forty-eight percent of the population would consider supporting a new anti-immigration party committed to challenging Islamist extremism, and would support policies to make it statutory for all public buildings to fly the flag of St George or the union flag.

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.

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.
Is that the answer we have been looking for? Is this what Fjordman has been arguing for and theorizing about all these years?

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.

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DP111 zei

Labour has tried to destroy the UK in every way it could. But I could just about forgive what it did to the economy. But what I can never forgive it for, is that it has allowed millions of Muslims into the country, who are doctrinally obligated to spread sharia. In the not too distant future, this fast growing demographic will obliterate the historic culture of Britain. That has been the case in every nation throughout the world. No exception.

“It is the primary right of men to die and kill for the land they live in, and to punish with exceptional severity all members of their own race who have warmed their hands at the invader’s hearth.”
(Winston Churchill)

Never but never in the history of mankind has such a treason been committed, and the perpetrators are still in place. Even a Quisling would be ashamed of the scale if this treachery.

DP111 zei

And this

Multiculturalism R.I.P.
By Roger Scruton | The American Spectator

FOR WHAT IS BEING brought home to us, through painful experiences that we might have avoided had it been permitted before now to say the truth, is that we, like everyone else, depend upon a shared culture for our security, our prosperity and our freedom to be. We don’t require everyone to have the same faith, to lead the same kind of family life, or to participate in the same festivals. But we have a shared moral and legal inheritance, a shared language, and a shared public sphere. Our societies are built upon the Judeo-Christian ideal of neighbor-love, according to which strangers and intimates deserve equal concern. They require each of us to respect the freedom and sovereignty of every other, and to acknowledge the threshold of privacy beyond which it is a trespass to go unless invited. Our societies depend upon a culture of law-abidingness and open contracts, and they reinforce these things through the educational traditions that have shaped our common curriculum. It is not an arbitrary cultural imperialism that leads us to value Greek philosophy and literature, the Hebrew Bible, Roman law, and the medieval epics and romances, and to teach these things in our schools. They are ours, in just the way that the legal order and the political institutions are ours: they form part of what made us, and convey the message that it is right to be what we are.

http://www.aei.org/article/103050

DP111 zei

MUST WATCH THIS VIDEO
Children of Terror
Highly Recommended!

Reposted after being unavailable for six months


This film deals with the militant madrassas in Sudan often inhabited by the orphans of the jihad in southern Sudan, Darfur, Nigeria and Chad. Here, the men are usually enslaved or killed; the women, if not killed, are taken north and sold after enduring sadistic rapes. But the children are often kidnapped and deported to terrorist training camps, where they are brainwashed into the Islamic ideology of hate and trained for military warfare against non-Muslims and the west. When they finish their schooling they are sent back home or abroad to establish sleeper cells and await orders from religious leaders.

http://kitmantv.blogspot.com/2011/02/children-of-terror.html?utm_source=BP_recent

Bernd zei

Just wait a little while and those people won't even care about the violent or fascist imagery anymore. A few years ago people didn't want to be associated with anti-islam parties or right wing representatives of right wing parties. Afraid to be called fascists or nazis; the usual lingo left wing parties used to silence them. People didn't want to be silenced anymore and just stopped caring about being called those name in public debate. It goes farther: using those names turns out to be counter productive. The same will happen with imagery: people will stop caring because they know that's not them. At the same time they will see how their surroundings are being poisoned with the hatred for and violence against them, instilled upon them by (radical) islam.

DP111 zei

Christians forced to flee violence in Ethiopia need urgent aid

An estimated 10,000 Christians have been forced to flee their homes in western Ethiopia following a barrage of attacks by Muslim extremists, who are rampaging through the area setting churches and houses ablaze.

http://www.barnabasfund.org/christians-forced-to-flee-violence-in-ethiopia-need-urgent-aid.html

Ethiopia is a Christoan country, and this is the situation there. It is getting worse by the day.

This is our future writ large that even the the most blind should be able see.OT

Christians forced to flee violence in Ethiopia need urgent aid


An estimated 10,000 Christians have been forced to flee their homes in western Ethiopia following a barrage of attacks by Muslim extremists, who are rampaging through the area setting churches and houses ablaze.

http://www.barnabasfund.org/christians-forced-to-flee-violence-in-ethiopia-need-urgent-aid.html

Ethiopia is a Christian country, and this is the situation there. It is getting worse by the day.

This is our future writ large that even the the most blind should be able see.

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