Slaying the Globalist Dragon

Today is 23rd April – unfortunately still a day much like any other for most English people. Our national day still largely goes unnoticed for many, and the media (if they mention it at all) merely use it as an …

Patriotism can never be dissolved

On the same day we learned that the German intelligence attempted to put AfD, (the country’s largest opposition party that won 5.8 million votes in 2017) under surveillance, news broke that the French Interior Ministry has carried through the dissolution …

Ethno-Culture: the real class act

Modern SJWs, the heirs of the 1950s New Left, have all but abandoned any residual faith in the working class. Today, what remains of the ‘Old Left’ continue to canonise the working class as the ‘chosen people’. But nowadays, at …

Liberalism: The Doctrine of Guilt

Through 50 years of liberalism, globalism and forced integration, English people and western Europeans overall seem to have lost one of the most fundamental human characteristics – the instinct of self-preservation. It is an instinct that is in no small …

The game of cat and mouse

“When you tear out a man’s tongue, you are not proving him a liar, you’re only telling the world that you fear what he might say.” The latest wave of purges from the big-tech platforms of anyone who refuses to …

Green and Pleasant

While we will never lose focus on our main talking points, Identitarians should aspire in the long-term to build our ideas with a more holistic opposition to globalism. We can start by embracing anti-consumerist and pro-agrarian standpoints. As our ideas …

One Hundred Englands

When the much missed Nobby Stiles, Jules Rimet trophy in hand, gleefully danced at the end of play on that joyous afternoon in July fifty-four years ago, there was one aberration to the celebrations. The crowd were overwhelmingly waving the …