Monday, December 11, 2017

What a morning……pffft…

8:00am. I made a snowman.

8:10 A feminist passed by and asked me why I hadn’t made a snow woman.

8:15 I made a snow woman.

8:17 The nanny of the neighbours complained about the voluptuous chest on the snow woman.

8:20 The gay couple living across the street complained that it should have been two snowmen instead.

8:25 The neighbours on the left, who are vegans, complained that the orange nose, a carrot, this needs to be something else because food is for eating and not to decorate a snowman and woman with.

8:28 I am being called a racist because the snow couple is white.

8:31 The husband of Fatima wants the snow woman to wear a headscarf.

8:40 The Police arrives to see what’s going on.

8.42 I am told that the broomstick of the snowman needs to be removed because this could be used as a striking weapon.

8:50 The Salafi jihadist militant group Islamic State made itself known as the snowman.

8:52 My phone is being seized and thoroughly checked while I am being blindfolded and flown to the Police station in a helicopter.

9:00 I am asked if I have any accomplices.

I'm done with this shit!! I will never make a snowman, snow woman or snow whatever again. It’s too controversial !

I wish everybody a merry Christmas and a happy New Year.

Friday, December 08, 2017

Germany releases IRA bomber but imprisons little old ladies

Germany ‘contrived’ to release IRA bomber

British soldiers walk to a police van that partly hides a pickup truck in front of a side entrance to the Osnabrueck British army barracks after an IRA mortar attack in June 1996.
British soldiers walk to a police van that partly hides a pickup truck in front of a side entrance to the Osnabrueck British army barracks after an IRA mortar attack in June 1996.

The German courts have been accused of handing down an “artificially low” sentence to an IRA bomber in order to ensure he walked free from jail shortly after conviction.

North Belfast man James Corry was charged with attempted murder by a court in Osnabrueck last month. He pleaded guilty to involvement in an IRA mortar attack on the UK army base in Osnabrueck in 1996 and was jailed for four years.
The attack caused extensive damage at the barracks but there were no injuries.
However it has now emerged that he walked free four days after being jailed and attended a ‘welcome Home’ party in Dublin hosted by Sinn Fein TD and former IRA figure Martin Ferris on 28 October.
Mr Corry, 48, was arrested in Killorglin, Co Kerry in October 2015 on foot of a European Arrest Warrant issued by German authorities in 2004.
He was then extradited to Germany to stand trial where he was jailed for four years.
But UUP justice spokesman and former RIR captain Doug Beattie MLA, described his speedy release after less than a week as “absolutely incredible” and asked if Mr Corry benefited from an UK government On-The-Run (OTR) letter.

He also pressed the Irish government to say whether it only agreed to extradite Mr Corry on the understanding that he would be released immediately after being jailed.
“The UK must also press the European Parliament to ensure the European courts know and accept that the OTR letter has no legal authority”.
“The question is, did the British and Irish Governments know in advance that this four day sentence would be the outcome, and was this instrumental in the extradition being successful?”
A spokeswoman for the Osnabrueck courts told the News Letter it was “not correct” to say Mr Corry only served four days of a sentence.

In Germany it is possible to suspend a sentence once half of it has been served, as was the case for Mr Corry, she said. The IRA man had served over a year in custody since his arrest in Dublin in 2015 and a further year was deducted from his final sentence in recognition of the “unreasonable” delay in the prosecution, she added.
But TUV leader Jim Allister, a former QC, told the News Letter that a four year sentence for attempted murder seemed like an “artificially low” sentence.
“This confirms my suspicion that this was a sentence which was contrived to fit the time he had already served since arrest, in order to allow him to walk free after conviction.”
It seemed as though Germany calculated Corry’s sentence based on the amount of time he had already served prior to conviction in order to ensure his immediate release after he was jailed, he added.

German woman, 89, jailed for 14 months for Holocaust denial

Convictions upheld for Ursula Haverbeck, who said Auschwitz only a labor camp, denied Nazi genocide of Jews in court

In this file photo from Nov. 23, 2017, Ursula Haverbeck, accused of hate speech, arrives in the court room of the District Court in Detmold for a appeal hearing, Germany. (Bernd Thissen/dpa via AP, file)
In this file photo from Nov. 23, 2017, Ursula Haverbeck, accused of hate speech, arrives in the court room of the District Court in Detmold for a appeal hearing, Germany. 
BERLIN — A German court has upheld two convictions of a well-known neo-Nazi for Holocaust denial and sentenced her to 14 months in prison.
Ursula Haverbeck, 89, was sentenced Tuesday by a district appeals court in Detmold for repeatedly denying the Holocaust, which is a crime in Germany.
Haverbeck had appealed her 2016 conviction for writing to the Detmold mayor during the trial of an Auschwitz guard claiming the death camp was only a labor camp. In closing arguments at that trial she again denied the Holocaust, prompting another conviction.
Several courts have sentenced Haverbeck to prison sentences in the past, including a Berlin district court in October, but Haverbeck has remained free pending appeals.
The German news agency dpa reported Haverbeck’s lawyers would again appeal this latest conviction.

NWN: Use mortars to blow up German civilians or British troops and familes and you serve 4 days in jail. Question an historical incident, and get hammered by Germanys Courts. Germany is still not an independent sovereign nation.

Wednesday, December 06, 2017

Remembering George Seawright, 1987-2017


GEORGE SEAWRIGHT was one of the most controversial political figures in Ulster. In his short Political career he made many enemies and received numerous death threats. Sadly, those threats were carried out on November 19th 1987 when he was cruelly shot in the back of the head by a murder squad from the Marxist Leninist “Irish People’s Liberation Organisation” a particularly vicious offshoot of the INLA. George lingered in a critically ill state in hospital for a fortnight before losing his final fight on December 3rd.

The coverage of George’s shooting on the ITN and BBC news networks gave the strong impression that he only got what he deserved. Who was George Seawright and why did he die?
George Seawright was born in Glasgow of Ulster stock. He worked in the Belfast shipyard until his election to the Northern Ireland Assembly in 1982. He was married with three children and lived in a maisonette in the staunchly loyalist Glencairn Estate. His fiery platform manner soon won him a strong following and he was elected to Belfast City Council in 1981 as a DUP member. His outspokenness and strong sense of Social Justice won him many enemies in both republican and unionist circles. He was much criticised for giving an interview to Nationalism Today in which he applauded the NF, not only for its vigorous support of Ulster’s Cause, but for its policy on race, immigration and social welfare. Typically, he ignored his critics and maintained good relations with the NF until his death.

In 1984 he shot to notoriety over allegedly anti-Catholic remarks he was said to have made at a meeting of the Belfast Education and Library Board. That year he was also strongly criticised when he led a group of people who removed a republican flag from a council leisure centre shortly alter it had been erected by Sinn Féin. George was disowned and expelled from the DUP, but undeterred he regained his council seat as an independent candidate in 1985. He became a strong critic of the sellout tactics and policies of the Paisley/Molyneaux Unionist Establishment, especially in their ineffectual ‘campaign’ against the Anglo-Irish Agreement.

In October 1986 he was sentenced to nine months in Magilligan Prison for his opposition to Tom King’s visit to Belfast City Hall. This caused him to lose his City Council seat. In a letter from prison to a member of the NF’s Central Ulster Executive, he wrote: “I came to the conclusion a long time ago that you could not be a career politician and a patriot at the same time. 1 believe that career politicians whose prime objective is to gain and hold political office within the Establishment are the enemies of true patriotism, as true patriotism puts the welfare and destiny of her people before personal gain and political advantage. 1 notice that another Sunday rag spoke of my political career as being “in ruins” as 1 lose my council seat through this prison sentence. My response to that is so what? So long as 1 never lose my loyalist convictions. Indeed, they must be crazy if they think that by removing my freedom they could also remove my loyalist conviction.”

Unlike Paisley, Robinson, Molyneaux and the rest of their ilk, George sacrificed his political career and his freedom for the Cause of Ulster’s liberty. In the end he paid for his conviction with his life. Once he somewhat cynically stated that if he was ever murdered, there would be a very big funeral for him but then he would be quickly forgotten. This need not be so! REMEMBER SEAWRIGHT should be our inspirational motto in the years of struggle that lie ahead. George Seawright, true patriot, loyalist, Christian martyr and friend I salute your memory.

From sacrifice comes victory!

NWN:  Apparently George Seawright was going to speak at an NF gathering in London shortly after he was murdered by these IRA types. Also, and I don't know if this is a good thing or a bad thing now. But Ian Paisley attended the funeral of George . This was well before Paisley sold out entirely and became friends with Machine gun Martin McGuinness.

The UVF later killed the man it said was responsible — Martin O'Prey. -

Tuesday, December 05, 2017

BUF march from Millbank to Bermondsey, South London  - 3rd October 1937.

(NWN - This footage shows the popularity of Oswald Mosleys British Union of Fascists in London at the time.No wonder that in just over two years, Churchill would launch the disgraceful Regulation 18b to imprison the leadership of the BUF and others who opposed WW2 and without trial. Thus ripping up 'Magna Carta' . )

 Click the below link for the footage;

A year after the Battle of Cable Street, Oswald Mosley’s Fascists are again out in force, seeking to claim the streets of London for their own. Ostensibly marking five years of the British Union of Fascists, the march provocatively took place a year, almost to the day, after the Cable Street clashes (those were 4th October; this is 3rd October) and again ended in confrontation. This footage was shot earlier in the day.
There are no Blackshirts here - uniformed marching was banned earlier in 1937 - but the sheer size of the march is disturbing. So is the unsettling mixture of people - many grimacing, menacing young men but also many women (NWN: Those would be the communists with the clenched fists who were menacing and grimacing . ), older men and even children who would seem utterly ordinary in another context devoid of the paraphernalia and salutes. As indicated by the opening title, these are rushes, i.e. unedited camera material - almost certainly professionally shot, probably by one of the newsreel companies. Norman’s Film Service was a footage library that seems to have acquired discarded footage from labs or other sources.

Tuesday, November 28, 2017

Campaign launched by Chief Constable Sir Peter Fahy to fight hatred and intolerance becomes a charity

It aims to celebrate our differences, fight hatred and intolerance, build a safer and stronger country and promote community cohesion but not shy away from difficult issues

A campaign group set up in a bid to celebrate diversity and fight hatred and intolerance has launched itself as a charity.
The We Stand Together movement began in 2015 when former Greater Manchester Chief Constable Sir Peter Fahy used it to bring Jewish and Muslim groups together following the Charlie Hebdo attack in Paris.
Community and faith representatives from across Greater Manchester came together to establish the city region’s We Stand Together campaign as an official charity and to pledge their support for its ideals.
The hashtag #WeStandTogether was prominent after this year’s attack at Manchester Arena.
And #WeStandTogether has also been adopted as the slogan for the Manchester Evening News' peace campaign, which was launched in September.
The setting up of the charity was celebrated at a gathering of supporters at KPMG’s offices in St Peter’s Square today.
Sir Peter said: “After the Paris attack Muslim and Jewish communities in Manchester felt very vulnerable and asked me for more armed protection. I felt it would be better if they came together with other communities to say extremists will not have their way.”
He said the We Stand Together spirit was particularly evident after the Manchester Arena attack and symbolised the unity of local people and the refusal to be divided by extremists.
There has been a host of community events under the campaign and the hashtag has been used at national events such as football internationals at Wembley.
The We Stand Together Charity will carry on promoting the three main aims of the campaign:
  1. To celebrate our differences
  2. To fight hatred and intolerance
  3. To build a safer and stronger country
And it will be committed to promoting community cohesion but will not shy away from difficult issues.
Sir Peter added: “We cannot just ignore those issues which can cause division and suspicion. We have to create the opportunities for those issues such as gay rights or the wearing of the Hijab to be debated but in a spirit of mutual respect.
“While there are important differences and disagreements, what unites all the people of Greater Manchester is much stronger than what divides us. I believe we are an example to the rest of the world of how people from a huge diversity of backgrounds can live peacefully together.”
Rob Irvine, editor-in-chief of the Manchester Evening News, said: “Our two campaigns share the same name and ideals – to make Greater Manchester a more peaceful and more tolerant place.
“The M.E.N. is emphasising the need to teach children about peaceful living and to encourage all Mancunians to perform simple acts of kindess.
“These fit well with the charity’s aims to celebrate our cultural differences and also to not shirk from the difficult questions we need to answer.”
Carl Austin-Behan, former Lord Mayor of Manchester, explained what ‘We Stand Together’ means to him.
He said: “I truly believe that it doesn’t matter whether your gay, straight, bisexual, transgender, whatever your creed or colour, we should all be treated with the same respect regardless of our own personal differences, for me We Stand Together means equality, diversity and inclusion.”
Rogers Govender, Dean of Manchester Cathedral also backed the campaign, adding: “Celebrating our diversity and showing respect to everyone without discrimination is fundamental to a peaceful society. We Stand Together seeks to promote these values in our country. I am happy to be associated with WST for these reasons.”

NWN: Who is it that was killed in Manchester when Salman Abedi let his bomb go off Mr.Fahy ? You remember, the Libyan terrorist who was allowed to 'swan about' to and fro to Libya  with that Al Qaida group the 'Manchester Boys' ? It was his group that are also to-ing and fro-ing to Syria. The one 's who are/were on your 'radar' Mr.Fahy. But he still killed many people in Manchester city centre.

This muslim extremist group Al Qaida that was allowed to go about their deadly business under your/their  nose Mr.Fahy. And who were the target ? Muslims ? 

It wasn't a mosque that was bombed . 

Jews ?  It wasn't aimed at such as a synagogue.   No, the terror was aimed at white British people, mainly young girls. Jews have been at the forefront of promoting mass immigration into the UK.They were the planners for this 'multi-racial madhouse' that has unfolded here in the UK. But yet people like you still come out with the tired old cliches of 'celebrating diversity'. Who the hell celebrates diversity ? We've never heard any drunks being hauled through the Courts for their drunken behaviour and saying in mitigation......"Sorry your Worships but we all got blind drunk because we are all celebrating diversity." Total madness !

We haven't enough Police to do what is required for law & order in Greater Manchester. But yet your priority is the continual 'fannying about' promoting more of what has brought this discord and terror onto British streets in the first place.Your failed social engineering.

You weren't a 'real copper' Mr.Fahy. 

Your just another marxist/politically correct clone, that all the Civil Services in the UK are seemingly full of. The same one's who 'turned a blind eye' to all the paedophile gangs in places like Rochdale in the ongoing grooming scandals. Under your watch Mr.Fahy.You were and probably still are too afraid to do anything, in case you get called 'racist'. It was probably that issue that made you decide to retire from the head of GMP, as the buck stopped with you for the  Rochdale grooming scandals.

We bet hardworking coppers on the streets cringe when they see the rubbish you continually spout in the media - and which is always the same PC agenda.

What about the indigenous British people Mr.Fahy ? They are the one's who are being targetted by the bombers. Who is protecting them ? Because it certainly isn't you and your type ! Begone with your crackpot schemes!

Monday, November 27, 2017

Prince Harry to marry.................Meghan Markle !

But,but...... she's a divorcee. Of course they will trot out the usual crap about "times have moved on blah blah". Because it was total nonsense that that was the reason why 'they' got rid of King Edward VIII in 1936.

They got rid of David/King Edward VIII, because he said things like 'the government should do things to help the plight of the poor and downtrodden' during the Great Depression of the 1930's. As evidenced by his visits to places like the mining communities in South Wales, the North West and the North East. He went to see the poor British people in their own areas. Have any other Monarchs done that before or since ?

There is also another issue which we don't need to mention. We are reminded of the ancient Egyptian Pharoah Tutankhamun. The last days of the Pharoahs, and it's disappearance via miscegenation.

And we thought Prince Harry was a nazi !
Athens- football fans attack Muslim festival - 26thNovember 2017

Thursday, November 23, 2017

Households face 'lost decade' of falling living standards as grim Budget forecasts slash size of the UK economy by £65bn

British households are staring at at least a decade of falling spending power and living standards according two think-tanks' analysis of the drastic downgrades to economic growth forecasts in yesterday's Budget.
The Office for Budget Responsibility's cuts to this year's expected growth rate and to the outlook for the next four years mean that the UK economy will take a £65billion hit by the end of 2021.
In a bleak assessment of the consequences,  the Institute for Fiscal studies has warned that workers are facing two 'lost decades' without earnings growth - with average earnings in 2021 set to be nearly £1,400 lower than forecast in March 2016, and lower in real terms than at the time of the financial crash in 2008. 
Spending squeeze: British workers face an 'unprecedented' fall in disposable income, the Resolution Foundation has warned.
Spending squeeze: British workers face an 'unprecedented' fall in disposable income, the Resolution Foundation has warned.
The findings echo a separate report from the Resolution Foundation today, which suggested the hit to the economy would be £45billion and that real household disposable incomes are set to fall for 19 successive quarters between 2015 and 2020.
Despite a £25billion giveaway, the Budget did not mark the end of the 'age of austerity', said the IFS, pointing out that public services outside the NHS still face 7 per cent cuts in day-to-day spending over the next five years.
The 'grim' official forecasts from the OBR imply that GDP per head will be 3.5 per cent lower in 2021 than was forecast less than two years ago, equating to a £65billion hit to the economy, said IFS director Paul Johnson.
'We are in danger of losing not just one but getting on for two decades of earnings growth,' said Mr Johnson. 
Meanwhile, Resolution Foundation said the 'unprecedented' squeeze will leave households an average of £540 worse-off by 2023 than forecast in March and pay rates will not return to levels seen before the financial crash until the middle of the next decade.
'The poorest third of households are set for an average loss of £715 a year by the end of the parliament, while the richest third gain an average of £185,' the report claimed.
It said the UK faced a 17-year downturn before wages return to 2008 levels.
The OBR slashed its growth forecast for this year from 2 per cent in March to 1.5 per cent. It added that economic growth will average out at a little over 1.4 per cent a year from 2018 to 2022.
That will have a knock-on effect on the public finances with Government borrowing set to be far higher than anticipated.
But the bleak outlook contrasted with actual data on the economy released today that showed household spending holding up well in the third quarter.
The Office for National Statistics confirmed gross domestic product grew by 0.4 per cent between July and September, rising from 0.3 per cent for the first and second quarters.
Annual salary Monthly gain Annual gain
£12,000 to £45,000 £8.42 £101.04
£46,000.00 £16.75 £201
£47,000 to £123,000 £19.67 £236.04
£124,000 up £8 £96
Source: This is Money using Deloitte tax calculator from Autumn Budget 2017. Savings from April 2018 
Consumer spending proved resilient, bouncing back to 0.6 per cent from 0.2 per cent in the second quarter despite the persistent squeeze on household finances from higher inflation and dismal wage growth.
The resurgent performance was driven by new car sales, which had slumped between April and June after people forked out money in the first three months of the year to escape tax changes on high-polluting vehicles.
Paul Falvey, tax partner at BDO said that part of the reason for the growth forecast being revised down in the Autumn Budget was that 'productivity in the UK remains low and without a higher productivity the country can’t achieve growth'. 
'The lack of investment in technology and infrastructure in the past few years is now having an impact on the public finances,' he added. 'This restricts the Chancellor’s ability to invest in public service and will have a lasting impact on all households over the next few years.'
The Resolution report said that the poorest households would be the hardest hit 'despite welcome but relatively small shifts on Universal Credit, tax and benefit policies announced since [the] Summer Budget 2015.
'The poorest third of households are set for an average loss of £715 a year by the end of the parliament, while the richest third gain an average of £185,' it warned.
The Budget's economic gloom was cushioned for higher-rate taxpayers by a small giveaway. 
Higher rate taxpayers earning £50,000 a year will get a £236 boost to take-home pay next year thanks to threshold changes that will cut their tax bill but raise national insurance contributions.
Meanwhile those earning £30,000 will benefit to the tune of £101.  
As for Chancellor Philip Hammond's stamp duty cuts and housing initiatives, the report suggested the money could have been spent differently.
'The cumulative £3bn cost of the abolition of stamp duty for many first time buyers could have supported the building of 40,000 social rented properties or around 140,000 homes through the government’s own Housing Infrastructure Fund,' it argued.
'The policy is set to cost £160,000 for every additional home owner created, sufficient for the Chancellor to have instead simply given people typically priced properties in over a quarter of local authorities in England and Wales.'

NWN:  This was all foreseen in a book that was widely read by nationalists in the UK in the late 1970's called VODKA COLA by Charles Levinson. In it he argued , and this was well before the collapse of communism. That living standards would be reduced here in the west. But conditions would slightly improve in the eastern bloc. 

Also, this is one of the reasons why these capitalists like cheap labour. Apparently just today, the Daily Mail said we were getting an immigrant every 38 seconds coming into the UK. Now THAT is unsustainable.

Wednesday, November 22, 2017

Griffin’s pantomime comeback

Nick Griffin is best remembered for his roles in Carry on Cleo (“Infamy, infamy, they’ve all got it in for me!”) and Sunset Boulevard (“I’m still big, it’s the politics that got small”).
This year Griffin follows in the footsteps of other show business hasbeens such as Mickey Rooney, trying to eke out his EU pension with a turn in that most British of theatrical traditions – pantomime.
Backed by canny impresario Jim Dowson, Griffin hopes that his tired routine of gags about queers, communists and spies – some not heard since his 1988 hit Attempted Murder – will have a gullible public queueing at the box office to hand over their hard earned shekels.
Griffin’s attempted comeback has been insightfully reviewed by veteran nationalist Eddy Morrison at Nationalist Sentinel, and by Jez Turner of the London Forum at Radio Aryan.
But we must warn readers. Beware the traditional panto cry to look “behind you”!  In Mr Griffin’s case there’s a very real chance he might have a knife (or worse) in his hand: you have been warned – watch your backs!

NWN: My God won't this shitbag just disappear forever ?  He must be short of money for his favourite meal, curries. The treacherous creature must see some resurgence of nationalism to destroy in the UK. After all, he has a 'track record' to keep up to.

We were lied to! Secret document FCO 30/1048 kept truth about EU from British for 30 years

A SECRET document, which remained locked away for 30 years, advised the British Government to COVER-UP the realities of EU membership so that by the time the public realised what was happening it would be too late.

The document, known as FCO30/1048, was locked away under Official Secrets Act rules
Almost all of the shocking predictions – from the loss of British sovereignty, to monetary union and the over-arching powers of European courts – have come true.
But damningly for Tory Prime Minister Edward Heath, and all those who kept quiet about the findings in the early 70s, the document, known as FCO30/1048, was locked away under Official Secrets Act rules for almost five decades.
The classified paper, dated April 1971, suggested the Government should keep the British public in the dark about what EEC membership means predicting that it would take 30 years for voters to realise what was happening by which time it would be too late to leave.
That last detail was the only thing the disgraceful paper – prepared for the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) – got wrong.

The unknown author – a senior civil servant – correctly predicted the then European Economic Community (the EEC effectively became the EU in 1993) was headed for economic, monetary and fiscal union, with a common foreign and defence policy, which would constitute the greatest surrender of Britain’s national sovereignty since 1066.
He went on to say “Community law” would take precedence over our own courts and that ever more power would pass away from Parliament to the bureaucratic system centred in Brussels.
The author even accurately asserts that the increased role of Brussels in the lives of the British people would lead to a “popular feeling of alienation from Government”.
But shockingly politicians were advised “not to exacerbate public concern by attributing unpopular measures… to the remote and unmanageable workings of the Community”. 
Prime Minister Edward Heath kept quiet about the findings in the early 70s
They were told to preserve the impression that the British Government was still calling the shots rather than an unelected body of foreign politicians – and that the ruse would last “for this century at least” – by which time Britain would be so completely chained to Brussels it would be impossible to leave.
Document FCO30/1048, which has now been declassified under the 30-year rule, still shocks and angers Brexiteers.
Annabelle Sanderson, a Brexit expert and former advisor to Nigel Farage said: “Despite all the claims from politicians of many parties that the EU was not about becoming a central state this 1971 document shows that is exactly what the plan was.
“Arch Remoaners from Labour, Lib Dems and the Tories need to check this out and ask themselves why they are MPs if they don’t actually want Westminster to be in charge of this country.
“We voted for Brexit what needs to happen is a proper clean break from Brussels so we can once again become a sovereign nation with money being spent in this country on services we need and have Parliament and courts making and ruling on the laws.”

The writer and journalist Christopher Booker, one of the founders of the satirical magazine Private Eye, said: “Here was a civil servant advising that our politicians should connive in concealing what Heath was letting us in for, not least in hiding the extent to which Britain would no longer be a democratic country but one essentially governed by unelected and unaccountable officials.
“One way to create an illusion that this system was still democratic, this anonymous mandarin suggested, would be to give people the chance to vote for new representatives at European, regional and local levels.
“A few years later, we saw the creation of an elected European Parliament – as we see today a craze for introducing elected mayors, as meaningless local figureheads.”
The pro-Europe Sir Edward Heath was leader of the Conservative Party from 1965 to 1975.

NWN: We  nationalists were telling everyone who would listen, that this was the case in the early 1970's. Since then, we were told we were 'tinfoil hat wearers'.  The above story also shows the means how Heath was 'controlled' by the real rulers. Due to Heaths sexual proclivities. No doubt he was also 'told'  to get rid of Enoch Powell too. After being 'booted out' of the Conservative party, Powell ended up in a seat in Ulster for the Ulster Unionist Party.

Saturday, November 18, 2017

Protest about the enforced starvation and murder of German soldiers AFTER WW2

What a morning……pffft… 8:00am. I made a snowman. 8:10 A feminist passed by and asked me why I hadn’t made a snow woman. 8:15 I made a s...