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ONE REMEMBRANCE AND TWO FORGOTTEN

On the sombre occasion of Remembrance Sunday, the 11th hour of the 11th day, 1918, members and supporters of the National Front paraded through London. The purpose of the honour parade was to lay wreaths at the Cenotaph and at the Memorial to the Women who served in World War II, following which an outdoor rally was held nearby.

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EUROPE’S TREACHERY REPAID

EUROPE is today paying the price for its betrayal of Africa’s European communities. Vasco de Gama (1460 – 1524) is less well known than Christopher Columbus (1451 – 1506) or Britain’s Captain Cook (1728 – 1779). The latter two are credited with founding the colonisation and civilisation of the United States and Australia.

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NAÏVE WHITES TO THE AFRICAN ABATTOIR

Assisted by their media cohorts the liberal-left have successfully laundered the image of the Negroid. As a result, foppish Westerners are convinced that only the colour of the skin distinguishes African from European. Ignorance is bliss for millions of decadent race-dead Whites are in for a richly deserved rude awakening.

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