Saturday, 20 April 2013

Happy Birthday Adolf Hitler!

 
On the twentieth of April in the year (of the common reckoning) eighteen-hundred and eighty-nine a baby boy was brought into a world undergoing a cultural high point. The great civilisations of Europe held control over most of the globe, scientific discovery was abounding, industry was booming and many of the great cultural works of our known history were produced.

This young boy grew into a man who saw Europe torn apart by a bloody and pointless civil war, taking an active part in his nation's struggle he earned the two highest awards for bravery his country offered and was wounded several times.

After the war he found his nation beset by political and economic turmoil, he actively fought the threat of Communism and ousted the men who would have used his people as walking piggy banks. This man died defending his nation from Communism, if it were not for his efforts, Western Europe would likely have fell to Communism also.

On this day I urge you all to honour the F├╝hrer, Adolf Hitler, and thank him for saving us from a nightmarish existence, few of us today can imagine. Communism survives in a changed form and endeavours to tear away all of our natural rights in the name of security and ideological conformity, look to this man and we will learn how to destroy it.

Happy Birthday Adolf Hitler.

N.B Sigurd's day is only three days away, use the day as an opportunity to celebrate the shared legacy of all Germanic peoples, be they English, Danes, Norse, Swedes, Germans, Dutch or Scots!

Thursday, 11 April 2013

A Guest Article from SerpentSlayer

It never occurred to me to post this before but this is an article I wrote two weeks ago for the Tameside Citizen blog, not geo-political but instead an article I hope encourages my readers to get out and about and enjoy our landscape:

http://tamesidecitizen.blogspot.co.uk/2013/03/a-guest-article-by-serpentslayer.html

-SS

Wednesday, 10 April 2013

Ding Dong, the Witch is Dead!



I fear I may have contradicted myself again, it was my intention to post more regularly here and yet again dear old Cronos has seen fit to allow the past two weeks to skip by without any considerable notice on my part. As it is I feel I must post here now while this realisation is fresh.

On Monday an old lady died, and much has been made of this. As somebody who has long felt the legacy of Margaret Thatcher, being born during the twilight of her tenure and witnessing successive governments continue in much the same vein, I feel that I must comment on this. Margaret Thatcher was a lower middle class woman born into an affluent Southern English village and given every advantage in life. Yet somehow after de-industrialised large regions of the country, this woman took it upon herself to lecture the poor about 'getting on their bike' and thus abandoning their once healthy communities in order to find any work they can. This woman painted herself as a traditionalist and a patriot and yet was instrumental in our further integration into the EU and despite her assurances otherwise, took no step to reduce the catastrophic immigration into this country.

What is more her lies took the National Front from almost certainly winning seats in parliament to absolute decline in terms of public support!

The woman was Globalist through and through, a big believer in putting the rights of wealthy business owners before those other own people and while I allowed myself some joy in her passing, clearing out my store of traditionally made English ales as I did, I know that their is no great reason to rejoice. The woman ruined large parts of Northern England and they have never recovered, she reduced the working class to what they are now, Jeremy Kyle watching, track-suited Chavs with no hope of anything better. This woman was a blight on our country, and any flag waving on Thatcher's part will not convince me otherwise.

May her corpse be gnawed for an eternity.