We know that England is under attack, and from its own ruling class. Before we can speak of defense, we need to understand the reasons for the attack. This is not an attack on tradition in itself, but the unfolding of an alternative tradition.
It is very difficult in our current political climate, in fact a climate that has existed for the last 15 or 16 years, for a political group of any sort to move forwards recruit members and prosper... If we are to gain the acres of lost ground we need to act as a force to bring all those that agree with us together under one banner. At the moment the centre left is in the ascendancy because we have allowed the fall of Margaret Thatcher and the disastrous premierships of John Major, Tony Blair and Gordon Brown to permit the influx of left wing civil servants, local government officers, crackpot teaching, dumbed-down universities and uncontolled immigration to swamp our state services at no gain what-so-ever to the country.
The Traditional Britain Group held a successful Annual General Meeting, followed by an excellent and informative talk from Matthew Pollard of Migration Watch, last Saturday.
An enthusiastic array of TBG members discussed the successes of 2011 and the future plans for 2012 – whilst the new committee was announced. The Traditional Britain Group can provide THE home to traditional conservatives from a variety of organisations, groups, educational institutions, clubs and parties looking for a genuine fight back, in thought and action. The line must be held – and pushed back against socialism, liberalism and unrestrained globalism, and this depends on a strong set of radical traditionalist and conservative ideas.
Ludwig James writes about Britain's damanaged Institutions. 'This malevolent Ideology promoted by our institutions is influential but it is not unstoppable, and there’s no better time to undermine it than in an economic crisis. The middle-classes camped outside Saint Paul’s Cathedral are rudderless, mild, and without conviction. They know international financiers and casino-capitalists have ripped them off, but they just don’t know what to believe in anymore because everything that really matters has been traduced by the leftist-liberals who run our institutions. People want change, but they need to be shown that there can be a right-wing critique of casino capitalism as well as a Marxist one; that market forces do need to be subject to proper institutional regulation but that man is not homo-economicus either; his culture and identity matter as well as GDP.'