In these days when officialdom of all kinds seems hell-bent on destroying our sense of nation, it is of course a privilege and honour to pay homage to England’s patron saint, St George: and one thing for certain was that NPF members weren’t going to miss the chance to fly the flag of that noble warrior who is dedicated to our people.
The importance of St George to the core idea of English nationhood cannot be overstated - since he became our country’s patron saint just at the time when the notion of a single English identity, that of one people, one English people occupying our land was becoming realised. But, today of course that notion of recognising the bonds between the bloodline of a people and their land is more than ever under threat as our country faces the seeming endless invasion of alien peoples and cultures. But we who stand firm against such outrages do not despair, and if the numbers of trues patriots may yet be small compared to those who stand idly by we take inspiration from one of our greatest kings, Henry V on the eve of the battle of Agincourt. The eve of the battle being on the feast of two Christian martyrs , St Crispin and St Crispian.
This story shall the good man teach his son;
And Crispin Crispian shall ne’er go by,
From this day to the ending of the world,
But we in it shall be remembered-
We few, we happy few, we band of brothers;
For he to-day that sheds his blood with me
Shall be my brother; be he ne’er so vile,
This day shall gentle his condition;
And gentlemen in England now-a-bed
Shall think themselves accurs’d they were not here,
And hold their manhoods cheap whiles any speaks
That fought with us upon Saint Crispin’s day. (by William Shakespeare)
GOD FOR HARRY, ENGLAND AND ST GEORGE!!!
Newcastle Labour MPs Chi Onwurah and Catherine McKinnell showing their true colours!
Chi Onwurah the Labour MP for Newcastle Central has written to Home Secretary Teresa May calling for a ban on the anti -islamic protest group Pegida from entering the country. The letter was in response to a planned peaceful protest by the group in Newcastle on February 28th. According to Onwurah, such an event could lead to a rise in “islamophobia”.
But of course this is just the same old story, whereby genuinely felt concerns are cynically rubbished by politicians when they go against the political agenda of the powerful elite. An extensive search of Onwurah’s speeches shows no mention of any concern to track down the gangs of muslim rapists who have regularly preyed on white teenage girls on Tyneside, or indeed to press for an inquiry into how this could have gone on for so long without proper investigation. Since it was only when the weight of evidence was so great as could not be ignored that the authorities were forced into acting.
The only real response to Onwurah and fellow Newcastle Labour MP Catherine McKinnell who seem to spend a lot of their time sucking up to muslims is to support the peaceful protest on February 28th. The usual bunch of loons including Respect MP “gorgeous” George Galloway plan a counter protest “in the name of free speech would you believe” – as long as that doesn’t include the white working class! We say just 5 words in response:
WE GO WHERE WE WANT
NPF members were out in Sunderland city centre on Saturday gathering signatures in support of the “Campaign Against Paedophile Gangs”. In Sunderland, as elsewhere the petition was well supported by members of the public who queued up in many cases to register their revulsion at the actions of the vile perverts who prey on young girls. One message has come clearly through from talking to those who signed: an absolute lack of trust in the ability of politicians and police to deal effectively with the perpetrators of these sickening crimes rather than engaging in a cowardly cover-up
HONOUR THOSE WHO GAVE THEIR LIVES BY BUILDING A FUTURE FOR OUR CHILDREN.
This year Remembrance Sunday will carry a particular significance as it marks 100 years since the outbreak of World War1; a conflict which saw unprecedented numbers of brave young men of all sides go to their deaths in the trenches in France, and elsewhere across Europe. A war: that changed the face of the continent forever.