Friday, 24 February 2012


The days are getting lighter, warmer and spring is on the way and yet,

Because of the daily dose of bad news and betrayal of our country by those supposedly running it.

Every day Cameron has a new "initiative" often concerning such matters of importance as racism in football.
I don't give a st**f about either of these topics but am concerned that the MOD has given an order for four RN supply ships worth £400 million to South Korea.

Their excuse is of course economy and they have said that British shipyards did not bid for the order. I don't believe that one.
Possibly some of our shipyards need upgrading but how do they manage that when our own navy will not give them orders?
How will we retain what little engineering skills we have and train new apprentices when we give valuable orders to foreign firms?
The government seems to have found £200 million for Somalia. Surely it could find the money for a tax break to the shipbuilding industry, a break which is a fraction of the bonuses just handed out to our loss making governernment owned banks, or the amount Philip Green "saved" from his business in cheap foreign tat by transferring his tax to his wife in Monaco

Such assistance would be a step to secure PRODUCTIVE jobs and have a multiplier effect in the steel and associated small companies.
But no. All effort is expended on assisting the unemployed to gain employment as shop assistants and burger flippers. One of his latest ideas to combat unemployment was tax breaks for those employing servants,very helpful to city types.
Do they not realise that the money they are spending in Korea or giving to Somalia has to be paid for by production here in Britain and nowadays by borrowing?

Or is it all part of a plan to finally put the last nail in the coffin of our country to satisfy their rich friends in the City and othere who profit at our demise?

I believe it is.
Just think if we had a government which supported, not through subsidies but low taxes for engineering, ships etc, coupled with an efficient management we could be as prosperous as Germany where they put industry as top priority.
But they won't. They will just continue to support the banks at our expense as well as every fly blown terrorist country.

They are quite happy to offshore production in the "interests of efficiency"
Our banks liabilities are unknown but are far bigger than admitted.
A suggestion. Sell RBS to Korea and let them take all their experts and liabilities with them.
But then would Korea want to have these "valuable" assets and the "expertise" they would bring?

They wouldn't touch them with a lifeboat pole from one of the ships they are building "for us"


Last Tuesday I attended a meeting in Tameside to hear Andrew Brons's opinions on the future of nationalism and the form it may take.
A video is on the "Ideas" website.

A highlight of the meeting for me was meeting so many old friends from the BNP before that organisation had been destroyed by the present leadership. It was like a reunion and heartening that though many attendees had become inactive or joined in other organisations the bond of nationalism was still there.
There was a full room in spite of the event being by invitation only in order to avoid disruption by hardened "Griffinites" and was thus low key.

It is a sad state of affairs when long term activists are frightened of their erstwhile colleagues that they fear to publicise such events.

In his speech Andrew was his usual reasonable and moderate self when he put forward the options available to us, the pros and cons of each.
No name calling ("vermin" "scumbag" etc, the language of the gutter). Andrew is far too cultured and polite than that and puts his points over in a reasonable manner

He urged us not to join one of the several disparate new groups which he said would tend to lead to division and separation of the various groups.
He advised that an umbrella grouping be set up under Jim Lewthwaite's "Democratic Nationalist" name in order that like minded people could keep in touch and even stand in elections.
This grouping could later reconnect with the other groups to which so many have drifted, not because they have any problems with the policies of the BNP, only disappointment and disgust at the way it has been run down deliberately or otherwise by the incompetent leadership. They feel they need a home and a party in which to belong.

And that is the core of Andrew's message. Drifting off in different directions will tend to separate people.

Our project must be to keep some semblance of nationalist unity so that when the present leadership of the BNP is ousted we can once again come together as a united cause for the sake of our country.

I realise that this can seem like inaction but that is better than the wrong action.
After the May elections we will have a better idea of the best policy to adopt, but the message I take from the meeting is that in future --

WE MUST UNITE ALL THE GROUPS and in the meantime keep the contacts open between these groups.

OUR TIME WILL COME but only when nationalism is free of those in the BNP who seem intent on destroying it.

There was discussion as to the best way forward in the question and answer session with various opinions, but all agreed with the importance of keeping in touch.

Another such "nationalist unity" meeting will be held next month. BNP hierarchy not invited I believe.