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Electoral Commission ‘can’t register’ Henry Bolton’s One Nation

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In another blow to the long line of them to the political career of former UKIP leader Henry Bolton – culminating in him getting ousted by his former party for the whole Jo Marney controversy – his new party One Nation has been rejected by the Electoral Commission according to Sky News, mainly on the grounds that its name clashes with that of an Islamic charity based in Leicester and West Yorkshire.

The charity is one of which gives international aid, mainly through education and healthcare, in countries like Syria, Bangladesh and Sudan. According to the Electoral Commission, the reason why the party can’t be commissioned at this time is because it suggested that the electorate ‘could reasonably believe the proposed party to represent, or be to affiliated with, the charity of the same name’.

Mr. Bolton has seen the event through two lens. On the one hand according to Kent Online, he is rather frustrated with the party not being able to stand candidates in future elections, but has conceded that the party can spend more time to develop policies, while the decision is being repealed.

If the party is to be launched, it has been described as one of which will be Eurosceptic, all the while upholding our national identity. Whether this is a huge stopgap for the party is yet to be seen.

It shall also be the third registered party from a former UKIP leadership contender following the 2017 leadership election. The first one to be initiated was the Democrats and Veterans party (firstly called Affinity) by one John Rees-Evans, and the second one being For Britain, launched by Anne Marie Waters.

Whether all these pro Brexit parties shall cause the Brexit vote to be spread too thin is yet too be seen. All it demonstrates is that the public’s grievances over the European Union are at last being somewhat listened to, albeit by smaller parties at this point. Hopefully one of them can eventually gain substantial political office. Let’s wait and see.

Facebook anti-Trump campaign BACKFIRES INTENSELY

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As you may be aware, there was a campaign on Facebook to get the 2004 song American Idiot to Number 1 in light of Donald Trump’s first UK visit as American President. Me, among others, felt that the campaign itself was a stupid idea; it was more endlessly silly anti-Trump virtue signalling over his state visit from a country which is supposedly his closest ally and needs as much help from him as it can get post-Brexit, especially with the new trade deal he is willing to give us.

But putting my opinion aside, the end result was pretty hilarious to say the least. Despite the campaign attempting to get the 2004 song to number one, it came at a paltry 25, being beaten out by the various trendy artists of our current year like Jess Glynne and George Ezra.

To make matters even more hilarious, when based on official sales alone (given that the Official Charts Company complies both individual sales, downloads and online streaming – a system which is inherently silly and which I have started a petition against which you can sign here) the song came in at number 2, making it even more funny as to the massive backfire this entailed.

So which song clenched the Number 1 slot, you may ask? That would be the classic football anthem Three Lions by Baddiel, Skinner and The Lightning Seeds. Nice to see that the people chose to place a song which celebrated their nation at number 1 as opposed to virtue signal against a leader of another.  

Reuters SLANDERS the pro-Trump rally as far-right

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More lies, damned lies and smears from the mainstream media now. As you may know, either through attendance or media coverage of it mainly through our company’s livestream of it, there was a pro-Trump rally held outside the US Embassy in Vauxhall last Saturday.

This was not only to show that there are Brits who do support Trump and his agenda (shock horror) but to also show displeasure at our own current system of affairs by comparison. Trump was praised, the likes of wretched career politicians (namely Theresa May, Sadiq Khan and John Bercow) were lambasted and it was a great day all around. Many made speeches (including myself) and it was a great show of affairs, with at the very least hundreds showing up to show support for the 45th President’s visit to our glorious isles.

That being side despite how peaceful it all was, it wasn’t like we were going to receive positive coverage for the event, given the anti-Trump bias that seems to be affecting British culture, politicians, atmosphere and most of all the press at the minute.

It would have been one thing if they just heavily covered the anti-Trump protest and left ours out completely. But while that was mostly the case, one particular outlet had the gall to call our peaceful protest far right.

In a recent article by Reuters titled ‘English far-right activists applaud Donald Trump in central London’, they denounce the peaceful pro-Trump rally as far right. Why? Because of the innocuous connection this one had with the pro-Tommy Robinson rally. Really, I’m not joking.

They emphasise this connection heavily throughout the article, not only slandering Robinson with the lazy label of him being supposedly far right too (of which has seemed to stick for many years without any facts to back that up whatsoever), but also using a guilt by association fallacy by making all those attending far right for backing him too.

They also lie here as well; they claim that the main point of the rally was Tommy Robinson being jailed. For anyone who actually attended the event, they would know that this wasn’t so. The main point of the rally was to show support for President Trump and nothing else. Nothing in the iconography on the main stage nor any of the speeches discussed that. At best, we occasionally diverted in our speeches to complain about the EU and mass immigration (like Martin Costello’s excellent speech, which you can see here) but nothing about Robinson, of which the article crudely describes him as a ‘jailed activist’. At worst, it was a pro-Trump rally through and through, and linking it to Robinson as if he was the main focal point behind the rally is absurd, especially given that this event had been planned months before his arrest. Heck, it even had to be cancelled once before when Trump threw in the towel on a state visit earlier this year supposedly over the ‘bad deal’ the US embassy was, or what was more likely the anti-Trump feeling some sections of the country had, including our own capital’s mayor Sadiq Khan. I don’t blame him for bailing out when he did to be honest.

I understand one could argue that a lot of the placards being handed out often had #FreeTommy messages written on them and that some of the crowd had similar iconography all the while screaming Tommy’s chant on occasion. While true, that is on those participants, who have the free will to wear such iconography and chant such chants if and when they choose. We as the rally’s organisers were not pushing for such an angle mostly, and the only reason we had #FreeTommy messages on the placards was simply because of convenience; we were heading to the latter rally afterwards (albeit individually because of the limitations that had been placed on us through the Public Order Act by the Metropolitan Police) and it made it easier for us to produce such placards (admittedly I didn’t attend the #FreeTommy protest soon after, but from what I could gather, it was swimming with such placards).

Bottom line is that people coming to the rally were the main ones with the pro-Tommy Robinson agenda in mind as opposed to the organisers. From this, to claim that the overall rally was about Tommy Robinson is laughable at best and vestigial at worst.

And the only far right people that were there was Generation Identity people of who usually hold placards at these protests reading about how ‘Real Men Fight Back!’ in the context of Tommy Robinson’s arrest. That being said, those at MBGA News try to distance ourselves from that group as much as we can, all the while I can distinctly overhearing Luke Nash-Jones (our editor-in-chief here and one of the main organisers for this event) whispering about how bothered he was that the ‘Nazis’ had shown up, referring to the GI people there. I think I also saw Luke along with other organisers and police officers trying to tell the gentleman about to wield the banner to vacate the space, but to no avail. So again, even the actual far right at this rally were turned away from it as much as possible. In short, to claim our event was far right based on some individual nutcases is utterly groundless.

It is a shame that we keep getting slandered this way by the MSM, but that is the way it goes for now until we can get our foot through the door, so to speak. To make matters worse, we can’t do very much here; unlike other press outlets, they aren’t members of the Independent Press Standards Organisation, meaning one can’t send complaints to them over this as one would expect to.

All we can do is show passive resistance to these outlets for now, whether it be by boycotting them or just being aware of the narratives they are spinning in general. And they wonder why trust in the mainstream media in Britain is dying? Such propaganda like this is the reason why.

Court of Appeal Orders Tommy Robinson to be Freed on Bail

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Tommy Robinson had been sentenced to 13 months in jail for contempt of court – but has won his appeal. Court of Appeal orders Tommy Robinson to be freed on bail.

Lord Chief Justice Lord Burnett and two other judges in London quashed a finding of contempt made against Robinson at Leeds Crown Court in May when he was sentenced to 13 months in jail.

For months, activists such as Janice Atkinson MEP, Raheem Kassam, and Luke Nash-Jones of Make Britain Great Again, have campaigned for Tommy Robinson to be freed

The judges ruled that the process that convicted Robinson was flawed, and he will be released pending a rehearing.

Tommy will be on bail and face a fresh hearing at the Old Bailey to decide whether he criminally risked defendants’ right to a fair trial.

Meanwhile, anti-fascist protester Paul Sillett exchanged chants with supporters of Robinson:


Who knew a former star of The Apprentice would be so woke on politics?

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Well, here’s a surprise. A prominent celebrity actually both acknowledging the political realities of their country while also being balanced and pragmatic?

It seems like a rare trick these days, especially given the collective collapse of the leftist celebrity class over both Brexit in Great Britain and Donald Trump’s Presidential election in the United States, but one particular celebrity has managed to pull it off.

Michelle Dewberry, who won the famous reality show The Apprentice and is quite frequently featured in the British media (most notably on Sky News’ The Pledge), recently made a video about the whole Tommy Robinson fiasco titled ‘Free Tommy Robinson Movement’, of which is many descriptions, but most of all surprising.

Surprising in how carefully thought out it is.

Surprising in how balanced it is.

Surprising in how rational it is.

And surprising in how fair it is.

In the video, Dewberry discusses how she first brought up the subject during an episode of The Pledge (kudos on her for doing so too) and then discusses her general thoughts on the subject matter. While she acknowledges that she felt that Tommy’s behaviour was wrong and deserving of the conviction he received, she was worried by the ‘alarming’ speed in which he was arrested not to mention how she feels that the whole #FreeTommy movement was emblematic of a wider issue: the working class of Great Britain constantly being ignored by the establishment (especially about, as she sees it, their worries about Islamism and those in power ‘going against their will’) and wishing to have their voices heard at any cost.

She then uses the subject as a follow on through to discuss other ways the working class over the last few years have shown their frustrations at being ignored in this manner. Most notably, she brings up the rise of UKIP in 2013-4 and how that made the then Conservative government panic into delivering a referendum on the EU issue. On top of this, she discusses as to how it related to the (quite real) fears of both immigration and how it changed communities through its lack of integration.

Given that the EU was at least partially to blame for this (making up half of all immigration to the UK, according to Migration Watch), the people turning against the EU made rational sense as Dewberry explains.

She also brings up the failure of both the major parties on this issue (describing both her disappointment with the Conservative government’s handling of Brexit, especially since they were seemingly unprepared for a Leave vote, and bringing up former Prime Minister David Cameron’s disgusting ‘fruitcakes’ comment over UKIP voters) and then shows how through similar actions by the political class (mainly London Mayor Sadiq Khan calling the then upcoming pro Tommy Robinson protest as ‘extreme far right’ on Good Morning Britain) still worry her.

This is because while she acknowledges that some far right cranks do show up at these events to cause trouble, most of them are ordinary decent people who have felt disenfranchised for years over such issues and are still being ignored and slandered by the establishment class.

The sort of decent person who voted for UKIP. The sort of decent person who hates the EU for legitimate reasons. The sort of decent person who hates mass immigration despite not having the problem with the individual immigrant, but rather as a collective, some groups refuse to integrate, tearing the social fabric of our society to shreds. The sort of decent person worried about Pakistani Muslim grooming gangs in their towns, and how the authorities have covered up such cases for decades for fear for being called racist. The sort of decent person worried about frequent Islamist terrorist attacks. The sort of decent person willing to stand against these elements, despite the establishment smears.

She then concludes the video on a warning, but with a partially optimistic outlook too. She warns that if such people continue to be delegitimised as shoved to the sidelines as ‘far right’ they will eventually gravitate towards such groups, undermining legitimate moderate conversations we should be having over the subject matter.

Such fears are not unfounded. After all, just less than a decade ago, the British National Party had developed enough clout to win two European Parliament seats in 2009, and threatened to take the seat of Barking in London during the 2010 general election, making it arguably the most hotly contested seat in that election. Given that she rightly acknowledged that there is arguably no one eligible to vote for in the current political system, a rise in support for another extremist party isn’t something that seems impossible to fathom.

So, you are probably thinking why does this matter? All this was is a perfectly good video examining the problems with the political climate in Britain today. What makes it stand out?

It is because for the first time in a while, a prominent figure in British press and culture is speaking out against such problems without being scared of all the smears one will inevitably receive. She is giving a voice to the voiceless. She is understanding the issues worrying the working class in Great Britain today and is using her clout to voice such fears to an audience of potentially millions.

That is what makes this so special. Michelle Dewberry is expressing views and fears of which most won’t dare talk about. Most of the establishment class these days of which she criticised takes the standard lame left wing views on an issue and yet because of their inflated egos somehow think they are being rebellious.

There are numerous examples of this. Blur and Gorillaz frontman Damon Albarn degrading Great Britain as a ‘small, tiny place’ and warned about it becoming isolated after Brexit. The Boomtown Rats frontman and Live Aid organiser Bob Geldof and his cronies literally sticking it to hard working fishermen over their hatred of the EU wrecking their livelihoods ruined by the EU stealing their fishing grounds.

Footballer and sports commentator Gary Lineker constantly slandering Brexit voters all the while patronising his countrymen of who dared showed caution at letting adult men into the country under the guise that they were supposedly children. And of course singer Lilly Allen slandering Brexiteers, hating old people, milking the Grenfell Fire tragedy for the sake of cheap political points all the while claiming the abused victims of the Rochdale grooming gangs would have been abused anyway.

Director Ken Loach castigating the British government for keeping out ‘child refugees’ while not seeming to care for the poor children in this country. Pink Floyd bassist Roger Waters stating in an interview that he thought the UK was ‘better’ than what it was after it voted to leave the European Union.

This even includes historical examples too. Actress Vanessa Redgrave slandering Israel as a bunch of ‘Zionist hoodlums’ in an Oscar acceptance speech who criticised her for her involvement in the documentary The Palestinian which supported Palestinian terrorists. Columnist Yasmin Alibhai-Brown accusing all white British people as ‘destroying peoples’ discussing the fears that many of them had towards mass immigration, erroneously connecting it with the former British Empire.

I could go on and on, but you get my point.

The underlying point is that I find Michelle Dewberry to have been incredibly brave to have realised this video. Up until this point, the only people discussing such views on a mass scale were other the occasional MP or MEP or some journalists (like Peter Hitchens, Melanie Phillips, Douglas Murray and our staff here) who were willing to express uncomfortable truths because they were truths and were needing to be given a voice too.

The opposing side don’t. All of them with their supposedly brave views that match their rich trendy friends are cowards. They think themselves as rebels, akin to the brave French men and women who sacrificed their lives in the French Revolution to free themselves from tyranny, but are more like the aristocrats in that scenario; rich, out of touch, pompous, wallowing in their wealth, corrupt, liars, fools and unprepared for the working class revolt soon to come rudely knocking at their door. Maybe that’s why they dismiss them as racists all the time. Who knows?

But in the end, I want to thank Michelle Dewberry for standing by her beliefs and wanting to stand with the working class and help them. A woman who clearly never forgot her working class roots. A woman who stands by what she believes in despite the endless smears she will inevitably receive. And one so invested in politics, she stood in the 2017 general election as an independent pro-Brexit candidate.

We need more people like her to stand up for the bottom, because none of these others will seem to bother and will continue to smear them to keep their gravy trains quick and clean. This video is a lovely antidote to elitist attitudes and the nicest surprise in terms of a celebrity’s political views since legendary Iron Maiden frontman Bruce Dickinson came out in support of Brexit.

And as a side, Michelle if by chance you are reading this, know that us on the populist right will happily welcome you on our side. Whether that means joining a party like For Britain or UKIP, or going your own way, just keep fighting the good fight. Good, honest people like yourself don’t come around nearly enough.

Where are our heroes?

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Theresa May was lucky last night (17 July); she only survived the EU vote due to the likes of Frank Field, John Mann and other brave Labour MPs who realised that the prospect of a snap summer election, brought on by a no confidence vote, should the government lose, would bring the probability of a Corbyn government and its disastrous consequences. The disaster will not just be Brexit, it will mean the utter annihilation of Britain as a sovereign nation and reduce us to minions on the world stage. It will cost us our liberty, our happiness and our birth- right.  It will be for keeps.

Where are our heroes? For now, we have a cabinet, devoid of the big guns of Brexit, Davis and Johnson, and packed out with oleaginous yes-men like Hunt and Gove.

Where are our heroes? Not your common – or – garden backbench Tory MPs, terrified of the looming reality of a summer not spent in Tuscany but on the campaign trails in the shires and in the hostile metropolises. They are well aware of the seething anger of the 17.4 million of us fed up to the back teeth of vacillation as disinginuity that brands this Tory administration as the weakest since the war.

Where are our heroes?  Today we await Boris Johnson’s resignation statement, which can either be a death-blow to May and the bugle-call to arms or, sadly, the effective end of Johnson’s ambitions for good if he backs off the fight.  I want him to use his brilliance with words to tear May apart in the Commons.  I want to hear the Tories rise up and roar and back him to the hilt.  But I fear that the lure of the Tuscan landscape may prevent that.

Time will tell.

Where are our heroes? The Chequers farce has exposed the Tories for what they are, and these self – serving backtrackers are just buying time.  The summer recess is a near three-month period of non-news and a forgetful and bored public will be fed a diet of Love Island and Royal bullsh*t to keep their minds off the catastrophic disaster that will befall them should a fake Brexit be foisted upon them during the winter.

Where are our heroes? The Remoaners have not and will not stop now. They smell blood like the baying hyenas they are.  They know that should an election be forced, as it surely will if our totally incompetent PM remains as leader of the Tories and the country until conference season, that a Labour administration, with or without Corbyn, will certainly reverse Brexit by fair means or foul.  Traitors like Adonis, Blair, Cable and their media sidekicks like Owen Jones, Alistair Campbell and the rest will, through the power of broadcasting totally dominated by the left, twist, lie and cheat to a degree as yet unseen in their insatiable quest to reduce us to a vassal state, flooded with cheap labour, emasculated militarily and force-fed diversity and depravity; all that 1984 predicted – and tied to the EU for ever.  Never forget the power and influence that a constant diet of doom and gloom paid for and sponsored by foreign troublemakers can have on our tired people.

Where are our heroes?  There are no sporting events to raise our spirits in the near future – it’s strongly rumoured in Westminster circles that Theresa May breathed a sign of relief that England failed to bring back the World Cup as she feared the boost it would give the Brexit cause – but we cannot rely on short term injections of adrenaline to keep our morale up, we need to realise, all 17.4 million of us, that we are actually in an existential war.  If we lose, we go under. If we win, we may, if we can sort ourselves out, and fast, see a resurgence of national pride and glean the benefits of a smart exit from the shackles of Europe.

Imagine a Britain where a few things start to change.  With reduced migration our wages will go up.  With free trade with the USA and the Commonwealth food prices will go down.  We can redirect taxes to infrastructure and capital projects, including rebuilding our Navy, building houses for the British and creating a better NHS.  We can give the globalists, the oligarchs and the bent media the slap in the face they deserve and get our bloody identity back.  Don’t you want that?

So where are our heroes?  It’s you, you and you… all of you reading this who are the foot soldiers of the movement to Make Britain Great Again. Don’t despair if BoJo doesn’t fight hard enough today but rejoice if he does, and don’t spend the summer in despair if we haven’t seen the back of Theresa May and the Remoaner traitors just yet, because we WILL prevail.

Now, enjoy your two weeks holiday and get ready, because the second Battle of Britain is about to begin.  Don’t say you were not warned – get prepared!  Organise locally, get on the streets when asked to help or protest, and don’t think you are alone.  Fight hard, fight dirty if needs be and drive home our message.

Why the populist right needs to distance themselves from Generation Identity

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Admittedly, there are certain times within a movement’s history when one has to draw a line in the sand. This is naturally a good thing of course; indicating where one’s limits lie in terms of what is acceptable among the movement not only helps to define it but also allows for the movement to be seen as moderate to weed out any extremist people who may latch onto it; trying to make themselves seem more moderate when they are anything but. This is what I believe among other people within the populist right, is what we need as a movement to do to the identitarian group Generation Identity.

Why is this? There doesn’t seem to be anything inherently wrong with them; they peacefully protest alongside genuine patriots who care about their country, support our side in many of our causes including reducing mass immigration and freeing Tommy Robinson and are heavily proactive most notably in stopping NGO boats escorting economic migrants to Europe. So, what could be wrong with that? The problem is what their main goals are as opposed to the other campaigns they support. The group seemed about as steeped in racial identity politics as your typical Stand Up To Racism idiot or your average Richard Spencer alt-right supporter for reasons of which I’ll discuss shortly.

Now while there is nothing wrong with criticising mass immigration or Islamic terrorism, and one shouldn’t be called racist for doing either. That being said, we shouldn’t at the same time backing people steeped in identitarianism or actual otherwise we are no better than our social justice warrior counterparts on the left, making it a difficult balance at times. I for one regret and felt immensely guilty for bringing up how I was one of the few white British people at my workplace during my first contribution to the Red Pill Factor livestream, especially given how well my fellow colleagues treat me there, of who I deeply apologise to if they are reading this.

It is because I was reducing them to their racial and national traits when I shouldn’t have. It was unnecessary because it didn’t really fit the conversation beyond the fact we were discussing immigration affecting the British workforce as a whole. People are far more than just their race or nationality; they are their character more than anything else. Judging them solely on their race or nationality is inherently wrong.

Hence why us on the populist right cannot support GI. If we claim to be not racist and such, we shouldn’t be associating ourselves with a group who advocates as a main policy ethnopluralism, as established on their website (of which I read so you don’t have to). This idea, first established by French philosopher Alain de Benoist and coined by Henning Eichberg advocates for countries divided by ethnicity. In other words, a fancier way of advocating racial segregation.

The idea had also found favour among the extreme French movement the Nouvelle Droite (meaning New Right in English) and the alt-right in the United States, so much so that even Richard Spencer gave Benoist a platform at one of his events despite the latter distancing himself from such movements. Both have already received much heavy criticism for their openly racist and extreme views, and it’s not like Generation Identity do much to be more moderate on the issue.

After all, they suggest that such a policy would be good because it supposedly ‘warms tensions’ between cultures. This sounds utterly absurd, given that one of the main problems that both Great Britain and Western society has as a whole is how migrant communities are creating tension among the native population by refusing to integrate.

The balkanisation of the West if you will and forgive if I would not rather our glorious isles resemble the former Yugoslavia in the 90s because of such idiotic policies. Having a system like this in place also seems alarmingly racist and akin to other systems of its kind, like say the Apartheid system employed in South Africa for the longest time or racial segregation in the southern areas of the United States during the Jim Crow era. From this, it would seem bizarre why those on the populist right would want to attach ourselves with such a movement at all based on its profoundly illiberal and racist policies, given we claim to stand against both.

Meanwhile, like many other far-right groups, Generation Identity are steeped in historical iconography. Take for example their symbol, of which represents the Lambda, of which King Leonidas used in the Battle of Thermopylae to fend off Persian forces, despite being vastly outnumbered and eventually losing to the latter forces. If that sounds at all familiar that is because it most recently adapted into the 2006 film 300 starring Gerard Butler, and the application of a military conflict to a fight against bad government policies over immigration seem as bombastically absurd as half of the historically inaccurate fantasy in the Zack Snyder film.

Meanwhile, they also pride themselves on Reconquista, whereby they see their fight against the left and their hegemony as akin to how Visigothic kingdoms recaptured the Iberian Peninsula, of which had been conquered by Muslim armies. This again seems laughably absurd given that they seem to be talking of how bringing actual conflict against the left and general immigrant groups as opposed to just using political action to solve their issues. In both cases, we have a group using historical examples of famous battles to not only justify their actions, but imply a war is on their hands and will use any action necessary to win.

That may sound absurd at first, but consider this. They both attempt to block boats carrying migrants from entering ports in countries like Italy for example (not necessarily wrong but shows that this group are willing to go an arguably unnecessary extra mile for their cause) and ITV’s documentary Undercover: Inside Britain’s Far Right (when it wasn’t trying to demonise For Britain leader Anne Marie Waters as a far right Nazi for criticising Islam) revealed how their members often have combat training all the while boost about having self-defence skills. It seems that as opposed to most of the populist right of who peacefully protest and campaign against ideas we don’t like, GI take it a step further and actively prepare for and carry out exercises of which causes actual disruption and confrontation. This clearly isn’t a group based on the non-aggression principle and it seems that they will resort to violence to achieve their aims.

Their general policies beyond the obvious problems with ethnopluralism also should send alarm bells ringing. They discuss the demographic crisis of which Europe is currently facing and then conflates with the conspiracy theory around The Great Replacement (of which isn’t real, but that is an argument for another time). To solve this, they suggest supposedly ‘reconquer’ cultural vacuums inherent in our societies. And while I am all for reasserting national identity into Great Britain, the idea of supposedly doing it by conquering our lands (whatever that means is hard to say even though it sounds worrying) sounds like aggression and fits right in with the more overtly aggressive stance the group is taking on such serious issues.

Meanwhile, they also advocate rebuilding an ethno-cultural identity without as they say ‘falling into xenophobic reflexes’ which seems impossible given that the inherent policy pushes race above everything else. Also, they stress that they want to determine political discourse through ‘meta-politics’, whereby they outline the determined discourse for ‘direct and concrete’ political decisions later on. This seems slightly authoritarian and again against the more liberal outlook of the populist right movement which accepts people and isn’t planning to determine how political discourse is carried out among our movement, provided the content isn’t extreme.

Finally, discussing general identity, they seem to further establish segregation by suggesting that the only way to maintain our own culture is to reject other cultures mixing with it whatsoever, of which again sounds authoritarian as while there are inherent problems with multiculturalism, completely rejecting and not allowing it at all seems to be extreme in the other direction, and ignore some of the benefits it can bring. The fact that their political outlook is not only authoritarian but makes me sound like your typical social justice warrior can’t be a good thing indicating the inherent problems in the ideology of GI.

Meanwhile, their spokespeople are not ones to inspire confidence in this movement either. Most notably this applies to Martin Sellner of who is arguably the face of GI, all the while being the head of the Austrian affiliation. Now while I will protect Sellner’s right to free speech and heavily criticise his banning in the UK earlier this year (of which I defended his right to speak his ideas in a speech I made at The Liberalists UK’s Count Dankula march) I can still heavily criticise his ideas because of the problems they have. Not only does he apouse a lot of GI’s bogus ideas (mainly The Great Replacement at talks like his Traditional Britain Group back in 2017) but also used to be heavily involved with the Nazi scene in Austria too, of which he was a part of until 2011. And while now it seems that he has claimed to have changed his tune, it seems that his views haven’t changed much at all, given the identitarian politics of GI.

Meanwhile, other supporters have been bluntly open about the racism within GI. Melanie Dittmer of Rhineland Idenitarians has said such wonderful thoughts such as ‘if you throw all the colors together, you end up with brown’ and when asked by a German-Arab reporter as to what the difference between her and Dittmer were, the latter proudly (and unironically) replies with ‘the blood!’. And while one may argue I am simply using the guilt by association fallacy, my response would be that the inherent ideas of GI are bad as it is, so it’s not like the movement were already beyond the pale before having cranks like Sellner and Dittmer metaphorically s*it the bed. Meanwhile, the fact that they are faces of this movement also indicates that the group of GI aren’t terribly bothered by having these cranks be the spokespeople for their movement either.

So, their constant clinging on to us, whether it be through marching with us with their flags or banners or standing shoulder to shoulder with us during campaigning is a massive problem. Not to mention how many of the moderate voices on our side have seemingly bought into their message hook line and sinker. For example, Canadian journalist Lauren Southern hangs around with the likes of Sellner quite a bit, and is now joining him in suing the UK over their recent ban there. Meanwhile, the youth branch of UKIP Young Independence initially invited him to speak for a talk, of which was decisively cancelled after much outcry. Both Southern and UKIP are some of our more famous and moderate voices, which makes their hanging around of guys like these worrying, especially with the former having expressed sympathy with the alt-right before. Their association to us only gives fuel to the fire of the left who hate us and will use any tactic to silence us.

After all, they are a racial identitarian group of who espouse illiberal policies all the while bizarrely constantly comparing historical conflicts to nowadays, indicating that they are willing to use violence and intimidation to get what they want. And finally, they seem more bothered by racial separation, of which is not only inherently racist and discriminatory, but also creates more of a problem with racial and national segregation in our society of which is already creating enough tension within our communities as it is.

In short they are no different to far right parties or groups like the British National Party or the National Front in that sense (their pseudointellectualism and slicker presentation meaning that they aren’t fully far right, of which is common among the alt-right), they are no different to the intolerance of left wing identitarian movements and their use of history to push ethno-nationalist propaganda is no better than the likes of Nazi Germany who pushed the greatness of the Aryan race or the Greek party Golden Dawn pushing the Battle of Thermopylae and the image of the Spartans down their voting bloc, especially given GI’s inherent illiberal values being similar across the board.

So, what can we do?

We do need to start distancing ourselves from GI. After all, doing such an act can be good for our movement. UKIP were decisive in kicking out various Nazi types who tried to join. Tommy Robinson struggled for years to remove actual racists from the English Defence League of which kept them out later on. General conservatives in America started to distance themselves from the alt-right once it became clear how extreme they were. And Anne Marie Waters blocked GI’s Jordan Diamond from attending her events when his position became clear. If we stand by our principles distancing ourselves as much as possible from GI will be a good start. Because if we don’t, all we are doing is playing into the left’s hands of who will smear us over these fringe individuals infiltrating our movements. Don’t think this is a small issue either.

Remember all the nonsense they gave us over the video of Ali Dawah being attacked by the Democratic Football Lads Alliance at the Day For Freedom? Or their whinging about Stefan Molyneux’s connection to that event too given his statements about black people in the past? They will jump on any opportunity to sink us. We can’t give it to them. We need to distance ourselves from GI as much as we can. After all, if we endlessly rightly criticise the left for supporting identitarian lunatics like Black Lives Matter and Stand Up To Racism, surely we should be setting an example. That is why the populist right needs to distance ourselves from Generation Identity. If we don’t, we will suffer slowly but surely once their true intentions become clearer and clearer by the day.

The Britain of the future needs Trump and vice-versa

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The bombastic and extraordinarily sharp, 45th President of the United States, finally made his appearance in British territory this past week. His visit, although initially meant as informal, did include a visit to the queen at Windsor Castle, meetings with other royals, and of course he also held what was described by The Atlantic as a “rather strange” press conference with Prime Minister May. Trump’s presence created tension in central London as a few hundreds of protesters gathered with the usual excuses of having to moan about xenophobia, misogyny and hatred. All b*llocks of course, in the strict sense of the word.

Overall however, Trump’s visit to Britain was a success as he stood in front of cameras, right next to May who appeared rather weak next him, and told the world that he was ready to reinvigorate his alliance with the British people but also criticised Britain and all of Europe for not being tough enough on immigration, especially illegal immigration from Africa and the Middle East which is completely destroying the social fabric of western civilisation rather swiftly unfortunately. We all already know this.

Trump complimented the Queen and the greatness of his British friends and allies. He also came off as more articulate than expected as he did not budge on clarifying his position on the NATO question, the dangers of liberalism intertwined with globalism, and Russia, during his full interview with Piers Morgan. Morgan, who is certainly not an ultra-conservative, interestingly enough spent the last few days defending Trump’s policies and getting into a fierce argument with self-proclaimed Communist Ash Sarkar on live television and social media.

Sarkar is the classic rude, hipsterish, socialist woman product of the environment of degrading multiculturalism created in the slums of British metropolis. She organised the mass anti-trump protest. Nonetheless, those dirty lefties are not the only ones that had the stage in London, as a large group of students and young professionals organised a pro-Trump event at the Trump Arms, where they re-created a pub atmosphere in an aesthetically pleasing right-wing social gathering. This was also a success, and proof that the flame of the conservative youth still burns steadily.

The irony is that most of these lefties protesting Trump do not even know what they are protesting against, as surely some the real ideologies on the far left would find ground for agreement with Trump on certain issues such as the economy, NATO, Russia and foreign policy in Syria. Trump has been no friend of big, savage globalist capitalism, and most of his economic policies have helped the once left-voting working class in America which is fed up with losing its right to jobs because companies move their manufacturing abroad, to China and India. His protectionism, or economic nationalism can serve as a good example to Britain.

The Tories should learn from him on this matter, if they ever will. Let us give back jobs to the British in Britain first, before worrying about anyone else. Regarding NATO, yes it is absolutely clear like Trump himself pointed out – that European powers like Germany are not exactly playing by the rules when it comes to being part of NATO. The USA, has been getting ripped off, not because they are the ones that basically keep NATO alive by pouring money into defence for us all, which is what they always have been doing, but really because the attitudes of others that are part of  NATO have been outrageous.

Take Germany for example, Merkel has been complaining about fearing Russian military expansionism and economic imperialism on one hand, while at the same time making deals worth billions for the construction of a gas link already taking place that facilitates commerce between Germany and Russia, through Poland. Basically the Germans have been buying Russian gas without checking with the other actors of the EU and certainly without asking itself too many questions. Trump knows that Russia is a key ally in the Middle East (especially Syria), and has played its part in fighting Islamist terror and preventing the Islamification of Europe.

Trump’s nationalist America seems to have come to terms with the fact that we do need to get along with the Russians for a series of reasons, nobody wants more wars and proxy wars, which is something the current establishment Conservatives in Britain need to understand if they wish to continue being a leading force. We have much greater enemies than Putin and Russia. Some of the Corbynite socialists protesting Trump in London know this – and often even sympathise for Russia and despise high finance sponsored globalism as much as Trump does but they will protest him anyways because they are idiots and give more importance to Trump’s comments on women’s genitals rather than focusing on his economic policies. Again, those policies have helped so many ordinary working people.

Britain needs Trump. Trump needs Britain, And we also all need NATO, to defend us in case of an attack by unfriendly nations with unsettling leaders, more so China and North Korea rather than Russia and Iran for that matter. In any case, there is no doubt we need to sit down with the Americans and revisit the NATO agreement, to make sure it works for everyone and the USA won’t be paying vast amounts to those who complain about an imminent threat by a country and then go on and make deals with them.

Britain has no choice but to work with Trump who will most likely win a second term, and secure a free trade deal, opening up a window of opportunities in a world of great possibilities. What a time to be alive. As Brexit negotiations continue, Trump and Putin meet to discuss geopolitical scenarios, and NGO ships are getting turned back in Mediterranean, we are faced with one of the greatest moments in the history of mankind. Now is the time where we need to play our cards right. Now either we heal as a nation or we perish.

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