Mistrial by Media


The conviction, in 2012, of Messrs Dobson and Norris of the murder of Stephen Lawrence has highlighted a number of very serious issues.

It is evident that the political Establishment was determined to stitch up these men (no angels, admittedly) at almost any cost, including taking the desperate measures of abolishing our time-honoured ‘no double jeopardy’ rule of English common law and setting a dangerous prededent of retrospection in the application of the change. Furthermore, the campaign of defamation waged against Dobson and Norris …

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The Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come

Papa Luigi’s article is, contra the title of this thread, not a ‘new’ bag at all. At least not for him and not for those of us who have read his contributions to this forum over the last few months. He has been propagating his rather nebulous strategy of the eschewing of electoral politics, in favour of the development of a semi-clandestine network of nationalist donors, increasingly openly.

What should one make of such a proposed strategy? Well, the first thing to say is that it …

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Franklin D. Roosevelt First Inaugural Address

Catastrophic man-made global warming theory refuted

The following is a letter published in the West Sussex Gazette on 25 June 2008. I think you’ll agree that it makes a very impressive case.

Christopher Woodward’s letter concerning global warming (June 4) hits the nail on the head.

As a chemical engineer with some knowledge of thermodynamics – which is what global warming by the greenhouse effect is all about – I have spent several months calculating just how effective carbon dioxide is in comparison with cloud and water vapour, the two dominant …

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Griffin and his duff ‘science’

Stephen Oppenheimer’s bad science

Stephen Oppenheimer is quoted in the Times Online in regard to some comments that BNP leader Nick Griffin recently made about indigenous Britons. From the article titled Nick Griffin’s Bad Science:

“Watching Nick Griffin’s performance on Question Time last night, I was struck by more than his objectionable views and evasive answers. He also seems to have a distinctly sketchy grasp of science, which he misrepresents to support his idea that Britain belongs to its ‘indigenous people’.

“He described white English, Welsh, Scottish and …

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Economic Nationalism Explained

Let our own people’s needs be met first

Jesus and the Syro-Phoenician woman

Mark 7: 24-30

24 And from thence he arose, and went into the borders of Tyre and Sidon, and entered into an house, and would have no man know it: but he could not be hid.

25 For a certain woman, whose young daughter had an unclean spirit, heard of him, and came and fell at his feet:

26 The woman was a Greek, a Syrophenician by nation; and she besought him that he would cast forth the devil out of her daughter.

27 But …

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Too Liddle Too Late

So Mr Liddle at long last acknowledges (in The Sun) that the BNP was right all along about the issue of Muslim paedophile gangs preying upon English children.

Only he cannot bring himself to use the word English. Instead, in common with the bulk of ‘mainstream’ journalists, he uses the generic term white. This unwillingness to name the ethnic nationality of the great majority of the thousands of child-victims is in itself a further insult both to them and to the English people as a whole. It …

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