Wednesday, June 29, 2016

BREXIT - This is just the first step in our long march

This is just the first step in our long march
Winning the 'Leave Campaign' is only the beginning.

So Far, So Good - the Referendum was won but that is only the beginning
The Government has yet to act to formally take Britain out of the EU
The media are actively pushing out the message that those who voted 'Leave' are regretting their vote
and would now vote 'Remain' if given a second chance.
Such manipulation and distortion of the results must be challenged.
Britain Must Get Out of the European Union. 
 So the Referendum has actually delivered a verdict and the United Kingdom is set to leave the European Union. So far, so good.
Many British Movement activists and supporters were directly involved in the Brexit campaign, attending 'Leave' rallies and meetings, helping to run 'Leave' street stalls, tramping the streets and delivering 'Leave' leaflets through household letter-boxes. Basic political foot work.
However, there are those 'Remainers' who have been actively seeking to over turn the legitimate referendum result, the brazen on-line petition to refuse to accept the 'Leave' result, the desperate demands for some kind of legal challenge to the result and the mass media campaign in support of those leftists and neo-liberals who refuse to acknowledge that they lost the argument.
Public figures such as the Labour MP David Lammy have openly called for the House of Commons to refuse to accept the result and for MP's of all parties to over turn the wishes of over 17 million British voters.
*** Note that when a democratic vote does not support their cherished, and loudly declared love of democracy, the socialists, social democrats and neo-liberals refuse to accept the 'will of the people'.
If nothing else the response of the broad Left and the media to this referendum result should serve as a lesson to those British Nationalists who believe that the electoral route is the only way to achieving political governance and power.
 The Government has not yet made the necessary moves to take the UK out of the EU and over the past week the noisy 'Remain' campaign have loudly refused to accept defeat.
Elsewhere the very fabric of the United Kingdom is under threat as in Scotland the SNP are pushing to stage a second referendum on Scottish independence, splitting Scotland from the rest of the UK and of dragging Scotland, its economy and political future into the embrace of Brussels and the EU.
In Northern Ireland the Irish Republican factions grouped around Sinn Fein have declared that
they want to use the Remain vote in the Province as a vehicle to not only split Ulster from the rest of the UK and remain in the EU, but to use that as a staging post for the Fenian dream of a united Ireland. No doubt there are many on the political Left in England and Wales who will support such machinations and will support both Irish Republican and Scottish Nationalist Party moves to dismember the United Kingdom.

So where do we go from here?
As far as British Movement is concerned winning the Brexit- Leave the EU Referendum is only the beginning in reversing decades of national political, social and economic decline in the United Kingdom. The first brick has been kicked out of the Establishment wall, but there is a long, hard march ahead.
The refugee crisis continues, although the British media have been completely focussed on reporting on Brexit and its aftermath, the pending replacement of David Cameron as Prime Minister and the chaos inside the Labour Party, the invasion of Europe by the surplus population of the Third World continues. Illegal immigration into Britain continues.
British National Socialists and racial Nationalists must seize the mood of the British people and capture the support of as large a percentage of the 17 million who voted for Brexit as possible.
Those people were motivated in greater part by their opposition to immigration and their fears of more mass migration into Britain from the open borders of the EU.
 People were voting from a sense of national identity, from a sense of ethnic identity and although many would deny it to the media, from a sense of racial awareness.
 That sense of racial awareness and ethnic identity is our starting point.
UKIP policies cannot provide the answers those people seek, only the politics and arguments of
Blood and Soil, Race and Nation and the Fourteen Words can do that.
This is the beginning of British National Socialism's long march towards building the Folkish State.
 Let the work begin.


British Movement contact details:
BM Sunwheel Office. P O Box 6. Heckmondwike. West Yorkshire. WF16 0XF. England. UK.

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