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BRITISH MOVEMENT REFLECTIONS

2019 marks 51 years since in 1968 I added my name to the then microscopic membership list of Colin Jordan’s British Movement. I had little idea of the great times, amazing experiences, comradeships formed and challenges we would face. But, I hoped for them and was never left disappointed. What followed was a white knuckle ride, it still is and not a moment regretted, not even whilst I was in Her Majesty’s prison.

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STALIN DID ORDER THE NUREMBERG TRIALS

“They can be killed. But first, they have to be tried in court.” ~ Josef Stalin The Nuremberg Trials.

A RUSSIAN INSIDER scoop sheds light on the previously unknown basis for the notorious Nuremberg Show Trials in which the defeated German foe were ‘tried’, sentenced, mostly hanged or sentenced to long years in prison.

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BRITAIN’S DEPRAVED PRISON GUARDS

Britain is in a state of shock following the heart-wrenching story of a student who killed herself in her prison cell was forced to parade naked in front of prison guards. The devastated parents of Katie Allan believe their 21-year-old daughter was targeted for strip searches by mixed ethnicity guards because of her compliant nature and bullied and terrorised by other inmates.

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