The Work Programme is a scheme brought in by the government supposedly with the intention of helping unemployed people to find work. According to the DWP website:
The Work Programme provides tailored support for claimants who need more help to undertake active and effective jobseeking. Participants receive support to overcome barriers that prevent them from finding and staying in work. It is delivered by DWP contracted service providers who have been given complete autonomy to decide how best to support participants while meeting their minimum service delivery standards.
Regular visitors to this site will know that the editor has a thing about Jews, and some of you may be wondering if he is not being just a little bit unfair. I hope in due course to be able to shine some light onto this matter, and I am starting off with this fairly basic introduction to the topic.
The Jews were a racial and religious group who occupied a large area of the Levant up until nearly two thousand years ago. Eventually they were forcibly dispersed by the Romans, at which point we know that there were already large numbers of Jews living in other places such as Turkey and northern Africa. This dispersal is known as the diaspora.
At the end of the fourth century, the Christian writer Prudentius wrote:
We are just days away from the advent of the so-called bedroom tax. In April, new housing benefit rules which will target many people living in what is termed under-occupation.
Under-occupation means that you are living in a house which has more bedrooms than you need – and of course the government decides how many bedrooms you need.
Loosely speaking, the rule is that there should be no more than one bedroom per person or couple, but there are exceptions. Two children of the same gender are expected to share a room if they are both under the age of sixteen, as are two children of either gender if they are both under the age of ten.
If you believe the hype, then we owe our freedoms – such as we have any freedoms in this country – to the gallant British servicemen who fought in various wars throughout the years. Codswallop.
We owe our freedoms to people like the Levellers, the Chartists, and the Tolpuddle Martyrs. These were the people who struggled and suffered and in some cases were killed so that we could enjoy a status above that of a serf.
Some time back I set to wondering how many wars Britain has taken part in with good reason. After a lot of consideration I found myself with a list which began and ended with the Falklands War.
Greetings my fellow patriots. My name on this site is Kasredin, and if that sounds a tad Islamic to you, then let me assure you that I found the word in a novel by John Buchan.
If nationalism seems to you to be in disarray at the moment, and I’m sure it does, then let me remind you that the history of nationalism in this country is littered with small political parties which did not last long. At the time of writing we have two new kids on the nationalist block - the British Democratic Party and Patria.
I welcome both of these parties, even though I accept that their lifespan may be short. My advice to both parties is to move fast to try to increase membership, because the people who donate their time or their money to get the party launched cannot be expected to keep on donating their time and money indefinitely.
The British Pub (Inn), was for hundreds of years, not just a place for the indigenous British people to enjoy their favourite 'tipple' but also it was a place to socialise with others of ones own race and class, a place to discuss what is going on in ones country and who is to blame for its demise.
But 'they' do not want that. No, the bastards that now control us with an 'Iron fist' are ensuring that not just Britain but ALL majority White European countries are fast becoming Global Marxist totalitarian dictatorships, akin to anything Eastern Europe suffered after WWII, when with the fall of Hitler and National Socialism, our freedom and assured existence, (as a race) was lost forever.