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.Read more
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Turns arms into ploughshares, says Czech Prime Minister Andrej Babis. But, will politicians with their shares in the munitions conglomerates listen. Andrej Babis is going to set out proposals on 11 November to transfer a part of funds spent on armaments globally to poor countries.Read more
Armistice Day has its origins in universal revulsion of the carnage of World War I and avowal that no more wars would be fought; that peaceful resolution would instead be the harbinger of peace between nations.Read more
MICHAEL WALSH, despite being shunned by politically-incorrect media, is recognised as one of Europe’s most popular poets. The poetry of Michael Walsh, which shuns unintelligible discordant pseudo-verse, has attracted tributes from tens of thousands.Read more
Warsaw, Poland’s capital is in lockdown Sunday, November 11 as up to half a million patriotic Poles take part in a massive Keep Poland White demonstration. The mostly Euro-sceptic activists will show a solid front and expected to dwarf the much smaller government-backed far-left anti-White Antifa.Read more
Remembrance Day was originally intended to remind us of the futility of war. The 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month marked the time the Armistice was signed at the end of WWI, or, as it was known at the time, The Great War, the war to end all wars.
Such was the scale of death and suffering 1914-18 it was believed to be inconceivable that nations would again engage in such wasteful and destructive confrontation. In fact, The Great War instead turned out to be only the opening chapter of the most destructive and murderous century in the history of the human race.
SUNDAY, November 11, the hypocritical political, church and media elite pay tribute to ordinary people, conscripts, who did not give their lives for their country; their lives were illegally taken from them by war-profiteers.Read more