Last weekend Dr Frank Ellis gave a talk to the Traditional Britain Group, at the Enoch Powell Centenary dinner commemorating the 100th anniversary of the birth of one of the most remarkable and far sighted politicians this country has given birth to.
In his far ranging talk, Dr Ellis, one of the most insightful nationalist writers of our time, looks at the war currently being waged against the English, both in the form of the street corner violence against person and property inflicted on the indigenous white population, and also the ideological war being waged among the professions and by the professions. As Dr Ellis states this is a war designed to destroy England culturally, politically, nationally, economically and legally and it is already well advanced.
The transcript of Frank Ellis's excellent talk has been posted below:
The BBC have finally been forced to admit that the clenched fist salute, which Norwegian mass murdered Anders Behring Breivik has been making at the beginning of each day of his trial, is not “a far right salute” as the media have so far been insisting, but is in fact one which is more usually favoured by left wing extremists. A gesture, at its most iconic when made by Nelson and Winnie Mandela in front of the world media on the day Nelson was released from prison in 1990, or by black athletes as a sign of “black power” at the 1968 Olympics in Mexico City.
I can only imagine the BBC have been shamed into making this admission by those who have pointed out how misleading earlier reports about the salute had been.
A particularly shameful example of the previous day's attempts to mislead the public was that of Channel Four News's superannuated anchorman Jon Snow, who has been around long enough and supported enough dodgy left wing causes to know full well that Breivik's gesture was not the “salute to the far right” which he chose to describe it as in Monday night.
It was left to another Jon, this time Jon Kelly of the BBC, to come clean about the nature and history of the clenched fist salute, its heavily socialist origins and its symbolism within those causes which the left have championed over the years.
Bernard Hogan-Howe the newly appointed state apparatchik in charge of the London Metropolitan police assures us that “racists” will be “driven out of the police”, whilst revealing that 10 officers are currently under investigation of suspicion of the most heinous thought crime of our age.
Last week, writing in the London Evening Standard, former deputy editor of the Independent and sometime speech writer for Prime Minister David Cameron, Ian Birrell snarled that racist policemen should be “rooted out”, “prosecuted” and “lose their precious pensions”. Indeed Mr Birrell addressed his subject with such furious, staring eyed, zealotry, that one suspects only fear of exposure prevented him from adding that they should then be transported to some gulag in a remote part of Wales or the Scottish highlands for forced re-education and recreational rock breaking.
Meanwhile a young man still languishes in prison for the offence of sending an ideologically incorrect tweet, whilst the one time captain of the England soccer team, John Terry, awaits prosecution for allegedly calling a black footballer black, Terry has already been stripped of his captaincy, showing when it comes to “racism” an accusation alone is deemed grounds for punishment, whether guilty or not.
"The experience of our members in the network is that both victims and offenders come from a wide range of cultural and social backgrounds. – Sheila Taylor, Director, National Working Group for Sexually Exploited Children & Young People
A young man was sent to prison yesterday. He has been locked away for eight weeks, not a lifetime in itself, but he now has a criminal record, which will blight his life for years to come.
The unforgiving zealots at the university where he had been studying have kicked him out, so his career plans are wrecked so probably his life is too, after all his picture, and his name were published in every national newspaper and on every TV news bulletin in the nation.
The police in Oxford have arrested a group of thirteen men on suspicion of trafficking under aged girls for the purpose of sex and prostitution. The men are additionally suspected of grooming the children, supplying them with drugs and also of rape.
These activities have allegedly been going on for at least six years, but it is only now that the police have acted.