Category: Andrew Brons

The Enigma of Donald Trump

President Donald Trump was not the favourite of the media or the Political Class during the campaign and his treatment has not improved since the election. He has not simply been demonised; he has been derided as an economically and politically illiterate oaf.

Letter from Andrew Brons To Telegraph


The EU is still insisting that negotiations about future trade relationships between the UK
and the EU cannot begin until the UK’s fee for leaving the EU has been agreed.

British Nationalists and The Holy Grail

The Government has spoken of clamping down on hate speech. In the case of Muslims that will apply only to those who advocate murder and other extreme violence. In the case of Nationalists, it will extend to those who oppose multi-racialism.

Human Rationality And Desire To Conform

. The way in which demonstrably intelligent academics can ignore or distort the evidence, so that they follow fashionable ideas and arrive at self-evidently false conclusions, is as astounding as it is depressing.

New Year Message

Electorates throughout the White World have never before, at any rate in recent times, been so alert to the dangers or so aware of the opportunities. The vote to leave the European Union in the UK, the increased votes for the FN in France, the FPO in Austria, Alternative für Deutschland in Germany and the Dutch Freedom Party in the Netherlands and, of course, the election of Donald Trump in the United States are all graphic examples.

The Banning of National Action

If National Action has indeed endorsed the despicable murder of Jo Cox MP, it deserves to be proscribed, making membership a criminal offence. A slogan: “Death to traitors; freedom for Britain,” we are told, appears on National Action’s website and the same words are said to have been used by Mrs. Cox’s murderer

An Ideology of Nationalism

You might think that even use of the word ideology – let alone devoting a whole talk to it is about as pretentious as you can get. But as the comedian Bob Monkhouse might have said: “When did I ever say that I was unpretentious”. That might be the only time that Bob Monkhouse has ever been quoted at a Nationalist meeting – a first and I suspect a last!