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No place now for ‘tolerance’ of hostile cultures

As Andrew Brons has stated in his latest article defining the reasons for the existence of the British Democratic Party, a homogeneous community is more stable, more tolerant of dissent and more altruistic than a heterogeneous one. Furthermore, the survival of our people and the wider European people is vital for the continuation of our civilisation. Dilute or destroy the civilisation-creating and civilisation-maintaining population and you destroy the civilisation that is dependent on it.

For too long writers and journalists who contend that the rising tide of Islam threatening to swamp our homeland– and now not solely composed ‘Islamic extremists’ – have been methodically ignored by all the national press. One notable sign of this ban beginning to weaken is the publicity aroused by the excellent writer Douglas Murray with his exposure in The Strange Death of Europe of the reasons behind the continued mass influx of followers of Islam in Western Europe. It is significant that the nations most affected by this are Britain, Germany, France and Sweden. Today’s modern Italy and Greece have been so affected by the economic destruction inflicted by the EU and put into action by Merkel’s Germany.

The attack, particularly against our women and children, by the Islamic Terrorists in the butchery enacted in Manchester and the London Bridge area appears to at long last to have awakened many of our people. It must surely show them that we can no longer be ‘Tolerant of Dissent.’

Unfortunately our nationalist groups, even UKIP, are still ineffectual at this stage to mount a dominant political answer. It is not the point at this stage to divert into a lengthy dissertation on why we do not support the Conservative Party’s views, but at least an outcome of the Manchester and London Bridge massacres is that the Marxist and pro further immigration Corbyn will not become our Prime Minister on June 8th.

Having given a plug to the value of writers such as Douglas Murray, I hope readers might look at the lower grade writers such as myself. I am not really sure why, but since June lst several book sellers, including Waterstones, Amazon and Troubador Publications have suddenly started publicising my latest book, Trail of the Viking Finger. This followed my short delivery of explaining the content of my historical novel on YouTube.