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Foreword by the Corsham Crusader
The following text was originally posted as two separate comments and with the authors permission we have reprinted them here as an article. I have read some of Nick Griffords words before and he is a fine writer with an excellent understanding of nationalism and the wider political spectrum. I hope he will consider writing more articles for this site as he is my kind of nationalist. Over to you Nick....
The UKIP manifesto (yes, I've read it) seems fair and plausible, and in some areas it was actually slightly more fervent than I first would have guessed. On the face of it, UKIP appears to be "batting for Britain" and would certainly have both a better chance of being elected to government than other current nationalist parties as well as probably being better equipped to deal with the great weight of state.
However, I am a third generation nationalist and so can draw upon a wealth of knowledge and experience; I can smell the foul odour of a safety valve slowly being released.
Unless we are willing to expunge our core beliefs then we know that the horrific Jewish influence on the West is not merely a tertiary topic that can be dealt with at a later date, it is essential that the issue is addressed whether the 'common people' dismiss it or not.
Withdrawal from the European Union does not equate to the overhaul of free market (international) capitalism, which has destroyed our nation, nor does it alter the psychosis of liberalism, which is destroying our race, or tackle the Jewish Problem, the influence of which on the aforementioned is undeniable.
It is incredibly easy to criticise the lunatic economic policies of the mainstream parties without actually drilling down to the root of our country's decline. This is merely dabbling; tinkering with the engine but not actually racking up any mileage. Politics as a whole is a dead duck, there are no redeeming features in it while those involved accept the malign norms: international capitalism, non-racial socialism, egalitarianism, and so on. Parliamentary politics represents the playground of the elite while the serfs bleed themselves dry on the world stage - they are the consuming herd, driving by credit and gadgets; gradually becoming equalised with the peons of the planet because they are failing to compete economically.
The Tories will become UKIP if the hidden hands behind the slow destruction of the West decide it. If this is unlikely, then UKIP can be funded to the extent where the herd will feel comfortable voting for them. It is a closed shop and we are not invited, much like trading at Goldman Sachs is the reserve of the interned elite and their kindred. And how have nationalists altered the Conservative party from within thus far? Since 1979, it was incumbent on nationalists to steer the group further to the 'right' and capitalise on the sentiments of the voters. This did not happen and it is unlikely to manifest itself in the future.
Money Men like Nigel Lafarge completely understand where the power base is in Britain, and the great parasite that nestles in the city of London is an entity that can offer almost every man his price. Politicians such as those who lead UKIP do not have the interests of the British at heart, their only concern is the wealth of the elite, their current privileges, and in upholding the dogmas that cannot be extinguished while the protocols of national and racial destruction are being followed without question.
We cannot fix the system because it is not broken, it is functioning precisely how it was designed: it has been created to undermine our nation, equalise living standards across the globe, create consuming commodities from the denizens of previously proud white nations, and generate pseudo-legal wealth for the malevolent masters of the West. We exist in a state of complete tyranny run by our enemies and they will not voluntarily relinquish their power.
Attempting to alter the system has not worked and will never work, we need to completely negate the established order and begin looking after our own interests before it is too late to do so. We are experiencing the death of a civilisation, something that has been lived through by billions of humans throughout history. Our role is to utilise our much lauded problem-solving ability and the experiences of our antecedents to overcome the obstacles set in front of us as a race and overcome them as we did during the last Ice Age, when threaten by Mongol and Muslim hordes, during times of plague, upheaval and famine. We can only rely on ourselves, no one else is going to save us.
"Should we impose tariffs? No... heading down the protectionist route... we saw this back in the nineteen thirties when countries turned protectionist... heading down the protectionist route is a disaster... Britain's future is as a global trading nation." Nigel Farage
Capitalism and CAPITALISM - or as Ivor Benson termed it, Super Capitalism - are polar opposites. The death nail in the coffin of ‘national’ capitalism was driven in as our elected representatives opened Britain’s economic borders to the world and removed any trade tariffs that would have safeguarded our interests. Because the living standards and average income in countries such as China and India were so low in comparison to Western Europe, it made sense (business sense; the coldest, most calculated sense there is!) to locate industry abroad. It also made business sense to utilise British income and living standards to fuel a “junk and gadget” binge in order to supplement the economy following the rape of the manufacturing industries - the only true growth businesses.
Super capitalism mutated again and could now be described as super finance capitalism, due to the credit (a euphemism for usury) driven nature of the economies of the Occident. CAPITALISM completely stifles capitalism until the point at which living standards have been successfully equalised; we are living through this painful process and it can only get worse before the British are able to complete with the Chinese, for example. The final result of this process will be the British peon governed by the wealthy elite who hold sway over the international currency and commodity markets. I would refer you to Nigel Lafarge’s quote above and invite you to become as enraged as I am at the consequences of the notion of "Britain's future is as a global trading nation". Because we all know exactly what this means...
Similarly, Socialism is the antithesis of SOCIALISM, or international egalitarian socialism. National Socialism (there's that scary word again) has become a dirty, slanderous even, term, but universal socialism - the brotherhood of man and all that crap - is now practiced religiously by the middle managers of our decline. Groups like UKIP, and all the other mainstream groups, cry “protectionism” whenever the benefits of traditional capitalism are mentioned. I would argue that it is in fact the primary responsibility of the government to protect the interests of it citizens, both contemporary and those that are yet to come.
Trigger words, such as protectionism, must be reinforced with subtle propaganda in order for the voting herd to shy away from debate, thus the use of the nineteen thirties analogy by Nigel Lafarge; God forbid that Britain should look after the British as Adolf Hitler attempted to secure the existence of his own people before the world conspired to crush those bothersome Aryan upstarts.
Today we can observe the catastrophic synthesis of internal finance capitalism and international egalitarian socialism. However, and as you will no doubt have noticed, the premise of both CAPITALISM and SOCIALISM are almost identical: nationalism supplanted by internationalism and the resultant equalisation, financially and genetically, of the consuming human units therein.
To compound the issue, we rely on a misinformed and apathetic electorate to launder our leadership strata once every four years, but following their tutelage in their mind-altering and dogmatic “education” pens, and in the haze of a thousand television programs, pointless ball games, etc., the 'common people' have proven themselves unfit to exercise the -cracy in democracy. Let's be honest, the average voting Joe cannot even understand what is currently being discussed - the doors in the corridors of his mind have been firmed closed for him.