Race and ethnicity – a subject which few feel comfortable discussing and even fewer actually speak about, yet a relevant topic nonetheless, that we must speak about if we are to survive as a people and a nation. Because the truth is – and you will already know – that humans are not all the same, we have great diversity amongst the human species with significant genetic differences that shape the communities and nations in which we live. For example, it is no coincidence that for centuries, Great Britain has been the greatest nation on earth, shown through our international exploits and our advanced level of society at home. Similarly, it is no coincidence that the German tribes of central Europe grew to become a German empire of such might in the 19th and early 20th centuries. A nation is only as good as the sum of its parts – the people being the only parts that matter!
Before we discuss the predicament facing the British people in the present, it is first necessary to delve into the past to ascertain who the British actually are and possibly to dispel some myths regarding who we’re not. One issue that is particularly important to explain is this myth of ‘Celtic’ Britons and Anglo-Saxon Britons – the common statement is that the English are predominantly of Anglo-Saxon descent and the Welsh, Scots and Irish (and possibly Cornish) are more Celtic in origin. The truth of the matter is that the Britannic race is ‘Anglo-Celtic’, if we are to use such terms. In this instance ‘Anglo’ can be taken as a reference to all tribes of Germanic origin that settled in ancient and post-Roman Britain, for example the Belgae, Cantii and then the Angles, Saxons, Jutes and Frisians, whilst Celtic refers to exactly that, the tribes we refer to as ‘Celtic’ such as the Brigantes, Cornovii etc… It is true, however, that there is a divide between the people of Ireland, Wales, Cornwall, Highland Scots and the English & Lowland Scots, but this is more a cultural divide than an ethnic or genetic difference, with Celtic culture more prominent in the former. The genetic differences between these groups are there, but they are reasonably subtle and only really noticeable in Ireland. To demonstrate this, please view the Y DNA Haplogroup map of Europe below:
As you will have noticed, the only major difference is the frequency of the R1b Haplogroup between England, Scotland, Ireland and Wales. But, the general theme is still the same – our genetic map spreads across all of the British Isles, the only difference being some tribal roots are more prevalent in one part of Britain or another. This is why delving back into particulars and separating ourselves between Celtic and Anglo is counterproductive, as it is fair to say we are a reasonably homogeneous ‘Anglo-Celtic’ ethnic group.
You may be asking why all this matters? Well, the particulars such as who’s got more of which Y DNA strand or who is more Frisian than Celtic really doesn’t matter – what does matter is the fact that an ethnic group is the sum of its parts, and the nation is the sum of its people, therefore the bedrock of a nation is its dominant ethnic group, all the more so if the ethnic make up of a nation is fairly homogeneous which was the case with Great Britain until circa 1948. Prior to this time, Britain had been the most dominant, successful nation in the history of mankind – since 1707 when our kingdom first came into being, we went from strength to strength, culminating in an empire upon which the sun never set. Our military might and our desire for adventure and discovery led us to conquer the far reaches of the earth, and produced some of the greatest achievers the world has ever known. From this nation originates such a variety of contributions to civilisation, from the smallpox vaccination to the typewriter to the jet engine.
Is it mere coincidence that Britain has consistently outperformed most other nations in most spheres of life, both on an individual and national level? Of course not – it is good genetic stock that produces such success – only an idiot would deny this.
The problem we have now is this is all changing drastically and rapidly. After the second world war, we had a supposed labour shortage, so our (Labour) government of the day with their short-term outlook decided to pass the 1948 Nationalities Act, which essentially gave all subjects of the Commonwealth the right to emigrate to Britain. First it was Jamaicans, then Indians, then Africans – and they did not just come in small numbers to fill this labour shortage, no, they kept on coming and are still arriving in their thousands to this day. Only now, it is not just Commonwealth citizens, but anybody from all over the world – from Pakistan to Paraguay – can find an easy ride into Britain. With an open door to the European Union, millions have flocked here from Poland and Roumania and Bulgaria in just 10 years. Couple this with the Hollywood/Mass-Media coordinated assault on ethnic homogeneity, ‘anti-discrimination’ laws and low native fertility rates and we have a huge problem on our hands.
The genetic stock of Britain is being altered beyond recognition – natives make up 80% of the overall population (as of the 2011 census), which may not sound too alarming, but when one compares that with the 92.12% of 2001, just 10 years prior to the last census, the future looks bleak. Immigration is running at record levels, with approximately 600,000 people arriving here each year from all over the world, whilst around 300,000 people (mainly natives) are seeking pastures new as they see their own land decline like never before. This is a particular problem in terms of national intelligence – you need look no further than IQ scores of a nation to understand genetic differences. For example, the average IQ of the British Isles (excluding Ireland) is 101, the highest in Western Europe along with Italy. However, we have migrants coming here from Eritrea (IQ 85), Pakistan (IQ 84) and Bulgaria (IQ 93) – these groups have more children than native Britons, so the problem here is clear, when you consider that IQ is at least 80% genetic.
But this is not the even the greatest of our problems. Our greatest threat comes from within, from our own people, which is possibly the most saddening aspect of this entire situation. Firstly, we have the usual traitors – the fifth columnist champagne socialists who assert that ‘ethnicity is a social construct’, apparently forgetting that men and women of strong ethnic British stock invented or discovered everything they take for granted. These traitors are usually the most influential, occupying positions in academia, the arts, the media and even government. In this sense, the native population of Britain are somewhat hamstrung so they can be partially excused from not putting up more of a fight against the destruction of their nation.
The second problem is a segment of society of unknown quantities known as the underclass. Through no real fault of their own, an entire new class of society sprung into being with little interest in employment, culture or general good manners, that has resulted in the overall ‘dumbing-down’ of the native population. This happened thanks to the vote-buying generous welfare policies of 20th century Labour governments, as well as the overly-liberal economics of the Tory governments, notably Thatcher’s. Thanks to these political elites, we now have an entire segment of good-for-nothings in our society that are simply fuelling the issues we face.
The point here is this: If a nation falls, it is because it deserves to do so. The great Roman Empire was a thing of wonder, yet their political elite became complacent and weak, so Rome fell. The same thing is happening the Britain – we are falling! And, if at the end of the day we do fall, it is because we deserve to do so.
This may seem like a harsh analysis, but if the loudest voices in society are the ones holding ‘refugees welcome’ placards or the television adverts promoting miscegenation, or the Marxist teacher’s trade union declaring they will no longer teach British values, then it is only our fault for not being louder. If we continue to elect politicians whose policies breed mass-stupidity and welfare dependency, then it is our own fault for not being smarter at the ballot box. If we neglect to educate our children on the importance of their heritage, then this is our own fault. Yes, it is difficult to be heard when the establishment organs are against you, but then we must change the establishment either at the ballot box or through other means.
The silent majority is far too silent – we are allowing the nation to be continually subverted through the lies and bile from the media and the establishment elites, yet we continue to vote for the same old parties come election day? To piece together a few phrases from a great man, we must be literally mad – it is like watching a nation busily engaged in heaping up its own funeral pyre.