MAINSTREAM MEDIA is notorious for championing ethnic-minorities when peoples are discriminated on account of their race by a blatantly racists regime. It seems however that media’s liberal-left scribblers overlooked one disadvantaged ethnic-minority. Could it be that media, which campaigns against racism is in truth the foulest racist group of all?Read more
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Did Adolf Hitler survive WWII as miraculously as he survived the carnage of the Great War (1914 – 1918)? One of the most highly decorated soldiers of World War I; during those terrible years, the future leader of the German people displayed exemplary courage in a conflict that involved more than forty battles.Read more
When on February 8, 1961, the MV King Arthur steamed out of Liverpool the sailors on-board the freighter couldn’t have known that one of their ports of call would be the scene of The British Empire’s Last Battle.Read more
It is normal for old soldiers to revel in the honour of having ‘fought for our freedom’ but their loss of freedom continues after the wars they fight. An irony of war is that the priority for most military recruits is to escape the injustices of their own regimes rather than any desire to engage with their country’s enemy. Look around you and prove me wrong!Read more
LACKING SPONSORS and donors we barely survive on book royalties (salary) given by author Michael Walsh. For this reason, true news stories are far fewer than they could be. AIMS: Defence of equality and rights for ethnic-Europeans, to end anti-White racism, hate, and discrimination. Please donate and share our stories. Jewish oligarch George Soros used his speech at the World Economic Forum inRead more
As late as 2004 it was conceded that the retreat of the British Expeditionary Force (BEF) stationed in France 1939-1940 was a disaster and humiliation. Routed by German forces inferior in equipment and manpower the retreat of 338,000 British and French troops is constantly decontaminated by the Media Laundromat.Read more
Human Rights lawyer Daniel Kovalik tells of his recent trip to Venezuela as part of the international electoral accompaniment mission.
“I just returned from observing my fourth election in Venezuela in less than a year. Jimmy Carter has called Venezuela’s electoral system “the best in the world,” and what I witnessed was an inspiring process that guarantees one person, one vote, and includes multiple auditing procedures to ensure a free and fair election.