The following selection is from the introduction to his book, “How to Get Suspended from Ukip & the Bnp in 10 Articles & 2 Tweets” gives some insight into what pundits have described as the controversy of the general election.
In “How to Get Suspended from UKIP and the BNP in 10 Articles and 2 Tweets”, the former UKIP parliamentary candidate for West Lancashire argues his removal from Farage’s party with less than one week to go in his parliamentary campaign, together with the fact that “Nigel Farage made a secret pact with the BBC and mainstream media and well-funded American Neoconservative warmongers to subvert genuine British Nationalism”, demonstrate that UKIP is willing to put foreign and business interests above British ones.
Jack’s book with its hard hitting political analysis, insider anecdotes and compilation of essays penned by Britain and America’s foremost nationalists – former Member of European Parliament, Andrew Brons, Jez Turner, Dr Dan Roodt, John de Nugent, Matthew Heimbach among others – exposes UKIP as an establishment safety valve, as much as it entertains. A second respected British Democrat also contributed a story anonymously to the publication.
From exposing shenanigans at the UKIP leadership conference to his turbulent relationship with the party and Nigel Farage, Sen pulls no punches.
Operation May 7th
By Jack Sen
My foray into British politics actually started while sitting on my wife’s family’s farm in Lapland, Northern Sweden, nearly a decade ago.
Although under various pseudonyms I had been blogging about Zionism and Marxism on and off since university, as well as running several successful Facebook community pages and a revisionist historical society which had come under fire from the Zionist Organization of America (see photo below), it wasn’t until I started watching YouTube videos illustrating how wretched our beloved Britain had become that I decided I wanted to get into politics.
I was stunned at how much England had been transformed since the summers I had spent with my grandparents in rural Lancashire and simply wanted to do my part to right the wrongs that had been perpetrated against my beloved homeland by the ruling elite.
So I blogged online, read, and ultimately watched a decade’s worth of Panorama and Question Time episodes in the process – all without having to pay the Marxist buggers a penny in licence fees.
Seeing Britain’s Establishment parties sell us out to foreign and corporate interests and my native land ravaged from within by Cultural Marxism and sovereignty-destroying EU policy was enough to make my blood boil.
Witnessing Ed and Dave Miliband’s ascent to power in British politics, and knowing what I do about their Marxist father’s friendship with the demonic Joe Slovo and Erik Hobsbawm – accompanied by the fear that one of the scoundrels may one day occupy 10 Downing Street – would ultimately carry my family back to Britain.
If my grandfather knew that the party he had supported most of his adult life had been hijacked first by Zio-toffs Tony Blair and Peter Mandelson, and then handed on to the treasonous Milibands, he would surely turn over in his grave.
Knowing that my granddad’s local had been turned into a Baltic food shop and the old town hall now held weekly Jummahs (Islamic prayer sessions) drove me ballistic.
Unfortunately, my hands were tied due to the fact I was literally snowed in north of the Arctic Circle. Trust me when I tell you it’s hard to accomplish much of anything from a remote timber farm along the 68th northern parallel, come winter.
At this juncture politically, a small part of me was still attracted to the Labour Party due to the ideological overlap traditional Labour has with the brand of National Socialism I prescribed to.
However, knowing what I did about New Labour – and the sorts of charlatans who’d corrupted the minds of the few honourable politicians left in the ranks of the party into supporting multiculturalism, mass immigration, and societal degeneration – meant I needed a new route into British politics.
My contempt for the traitorous Tories meant they too were out of the question.
Although I agreed with much of the British National Party’s platform, they were in my opinion unelectable in parliamentary elections, and a waste of time.
Enter the United Kingdom Independence Party.
UKIP were far from ideal due to the conspicuously Tory aura which men like Nigel Farage and company emanated. Then there was the fact of which I had no doubts that they had been influenced by Zionist pressure groups. Still, unlike the British National Party – that had been harmed by infighting and poor management – they were, in a word, electable. They’d proven that at the 2009 European election, where they’d secured 13 seats and were all the buzz back in Britain.
The fact Nigel had been on Question Time on more occasions than any other politician told me the Establishment had some involvement in UKIP’s success. I recall being unsure at this point if they were controlled opposition (1); however, from the conversations I’d had with family and friends back home, and the sorts of people (patriots) they’d informed me had gravitated to the party, I decided UKIP would give me the best opportunity in the real world to make a difference.
UKIP would also be, I suspected, easy to penetrate on a local level, and the membership susceptible to radicalisation and the sort of well-crafted black-operation schemes I’d managed to run on American Tea Party and so-called Cuckservative sites with the European Knights Project. Although this may sound a tad deceitful, well, these are precisely the tactics our enemies use and HAVE used for decades to undermine and ultimately destroy organic grass-roots nationalist movements.
I decided to join the party, not to harm them or bring them into disrepute, but to radicalise its members and bring them to a more honourable message – and to say aloud what most were thinking.
So UKIP it was.
I would head back to Britain, reach out on a local level, and try my best to manoeuvre my way into the party. Although the party brass would inevitably be corrupt, I expected that on a local level grass-roots supporters would be decent folks and open to my message, which indeed they were. Some, including a regional organiser I’d become great friends with, were as awake and politically astute as I was.
I envisaged myself perhaps even appearing on Question Time, where I would tell the likes of Zionist warmonger Melanie Phillips Rozenberg, as well as Bonnie Greer, Diane Abbot, Sayeeda Warsi and Jack Straw to shut their gobs before being nicked by the thought police.
When the sobering realism of the Swedish winter and the fact that I was a three-day drive to London from Nortbotten (including an overnight ferry from Esbjerg, Denmark to Hull) finally sank in, I decided to sit down and devise a plan.
I spent the next few months reading, writing and preparing. I discussed my idea with good friend and nationalist pioneer, John de Nugent, during our regular conversations, as well as with local nationalists and my contacts in Britain – some of whom have penned stories for this publication. I saved up a few pennies, and mapped out what I literally referred to as Operation May 7th, 2015 and headed back to Britain….
Jack’s book can be purchased from the – Book Depository.
“Jack Sen – in what reporters at the BBC, Independent, ITV and Channel 4 referred to as the controversy of the 2015 General Election – was suspended by UKIP for Tweeting his displeasure at a local Labour MP’s repeated pandering to foreign interests and in particular “the Israeli lobby”. The popular Prospective Member of Parliament’s actions caused such a stir that Nigel Farage held a press conference on ITV to express his “embarrassment” before suspending Mr Sen.
Jack now heads the newly created British Renaissance. Through his work at Brit Ren Jack hopes to bring nationalists regardless of party affiliation together for the common good.” The European Knights Project