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Luther was condemned at the Diet of Worms in 1521 for his attack on the corruption of the church. But if you thought indulgences, excommunication, burning at the stake, witches and witchfinders, blasphemy, papal bulls, book burning, and the church’s seizure of the common people’s wealth, ended with Luther, think again and watch this amusing video. Subscribe to the quarterly … [Read on]
No sign of armchair anti immigration conservatives in this footage. Leave it to the working classes to go out and fight for our right to be free citizens in our own country. Middle class Tories deserve Priti Patel and the consequences of their cowardly silence over mass immigration Apology. Initial information about this man suggested that he was much older … [Read on]
I, and another writer and a photographer, were down in Folkestone this Wednesday, to interview a witness who went out into the strait to see first hand the operation of the ‘refugee railway’, (assisted by the Border Force) that brings ever more illegal migrants, few of whom are real refugees, to our shores. It cost a lot of money for … [Read on]
A message to Antifa from a people who have a pair
Demonstration London August 1st Parliament Square ‘Deport the Rochdale Three.’ In 2012 members of the Rochdale grooming gang were sentenced to be stripped of their British citizenship and deported after they finished their jail terms for raping and pimping young white girls. That was eight years ago. Three of them who have dual UK Pakistani nationality and lost their appeals … [Read on]
The Manchester Guardian on the liberator of America’s slaves Abraham Lincoln. “It was an evil day both for America and the world when he was chosen President of the United States” Manchester Guardian, 10th October 1862 On news of his assassination, the Guardian described Lincoln’s Proclamation of Emancipation – the act that declared “all persons held as slaves are, and henceforward shall be free.” as abhorrent … [Read on]
The Tomb of Karl Marx needs removing from Highgate Cemetery, North London. Karl Marx was the founder of modern-day Communism which led to death, suffering and oppression across the world. Communism has led to the deaths of 100 million people across the world in countries such as China, Cuba, Laos, Vietnam, Soviet Union, North Korea and many more. Karl Marx … [Read on]