A presentation by Andrew Brons to British Renaissance broadcast on Resistance Radio
It would not be true to say that the Nationalist Movement bears no responsibility for its current plight. Our collective actions and inactions all have consequences, not all beneficial. However, the culpability of a small number of easily identifiable individuals is infinitely greater than that of their former colleagues. Their tactic of waging war against critics and perceived rivals within the Movement has always had the direst of consequences.
It is certainly not true that the Nationalist Movement was destroyed from outside of it by Searchlight, Hope Not Hate, or by Nigel Farage and UKIP as he has claimed. The Nationalist Movement was the victim of suicide rather than murder.
What does seem to be true is that a resolution of our difficulties is not currently possible.It does not seem to be within our power to reverse or change the direction of events – at least in the short term.
We are left with a barely existent genuine Nationalist Movement but there is a substantial and seemingly immovable (though slightly depleted) bogus Nationalist Movement in the form of UKIP.
That might not always be the case but if it should turn out to be for the foreseeable future, we might need to change UKIP from the outside. There is no doubt that since the suicide of the BNP since 2010, that many people who would have joined the BNP, have joined UKIP instead and many who would have voted for the BNP have voted for UKIP instead. That means that there are many genuine Nationalists within the ranks of UKIP though not among its leadership.
UKIP’s members must be influenced ideologically – leaving open the question of whether we expect them in the long term to stay in UKIP and change it or to leave it to join or establish a genuine Nationalist party.
Whilst that influence must be ideologically sound and true to our principles, it must be expressed in the most guarded and gentle language. We must show complete respect to and for the ethnic minorities in our midst. Indeed, our message must be that Nationalists are the only people to show them respect. Why? Because we do not treat their ethnicity as being so superficial that it can be easily deleted and overprinted with the words ‘British Citizen’.
The essential truth that we must impart to UKIP members and voters is that nature plays a much greater part than is usually admitted, in what we are like and how individuals and different peoples differ. Furthermore, nurture plays a much smaller part than is usually admitted.
The importance of understanding this truth is vital to deciding public policy. Immigration and population change are not just about numbers and geographical space. Who the immigrants are, who the emigrants are and who the members of our population are, are of the greatest importance. If the nature of our population changes then everything changes: our culture; our civilisation; our identity. Import large numbers of Third World immigrants and you turn more and more parts of our country into the Third World.
UKIP’s official line seems to be that Britishness – British identity – hangs in the air that we breath in Britain. Even if the entire population were to be removed and replaced by people from Africa and Asia, the Nation would continue in the persons of those who inhale Britishness.
This is, of course, absurd and dangerous nonsense. If you make a major change in the population, you make a major change in the Nation. Whilst this is self-eviidently true, people are inhibited from pointing it out for fear of racist – an undefined but very effective word invented by Trotsky. We must continually explain this to UKIP voters and members and then remind them of it unceasingly.
Just as the nature of Britain depends on who lives here, so the nature of UKIP will depend on who its members are and what they believe. If we cannot replace UKIP, at least in the short term, we must be instrumental in changing it by influencing its members.