Covid – 19 Restrictions do not mean that the other problems and pressures on our Nation have gone away. Nor does it mean that the propaganda war has gone on hold – far from it. Across the West Midlands, the Mercian Volunteers continue to put out the British Movement message.
British Movement Remembers Ian Stuart Donaldson
Musician, Song Writer, Patriot, British racial Nationalist
The British way of life is under attack as never before; illegal immigration by cross Channel migrants are reaching even higher levels than last year. ‘Black Lives Matter’ protests are seeking to force a Marxist agenda on British politics. Non-white faces are over represented in advertising, the news media, sport and entertainment. The White British must wake up and resist because soon it will be too late.
The BBC is probably the biggest Government propaganda outlet in the United Kingdom. It is staffed almost entirely by liberal or Left-wing management operating a multi-culturalist, Marxist agenda. News reports are heavily edited in order to be politically correct. The number of BAME reporters and presenters are way beyond the BAME percentage of the British population and their coverage gives the impression that Britain has a massive majority non-white population, which is not the case. The BBC is government funded and also through the TV licence scheme which criminalises people who do not pay for a TV licence. The news content and programme content currently broadcast by the BBC on TV, on radio and on-line is heavily influenced by liberal (progressive) values at best and at worst is massively influenced by Cultural Marxism.
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British Movement organised a pan-Nationalist meeting to honour the two vanguard figures of post-1945 British racial Nationalism.
November 23rd 2019: British Movement activists and supporters joined racial Nationalists from a number of organisations at a venue in West Yorkshire to honour the two veterans of post-1945 British Nationalism, Colin Jordan and John Tyndall. It is now ten years since Colin Jordan passed away and fourteen years since the passing of John Tyndall. The two men had collaborated on many fronts since 1958 until the early death of JT in 2005.
Speakers at the meeting included former British National Party MEP Andrew Brons, National Front speaker Richard Edmonds and Peter Rushton from Heritage and Destiny. Other speakers included Dr James Lewthwaite, BM National Secretary Steve Frost, BM and Blood and Honour activist and muscian Benny ‘Whitelaw’ and Nationalist environmental commentator Alec Suchi. There was a range of British Nationalist literature on sale and a plentiful buffet of hot and cold food provided by activists from BMWD (British Movement Women’s Division). A short fund raising auction of Nationalist items took place at the end of the meeting.