Imaginary Far-Right Terrorists

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Matt Parrott joins Sven Longshanks on the Daily Traditionalist  to discuss the imminent banning of National Action for being a terrorist organisation. This subject will be debated in the Houses of Parliament on Wednsday and Thursday and if successful, the organisation could be banned on Friday. National Action have never advocated for illegal violence and have only ever used it to physically defend themselves in accordance with the law. This is in direct contrast to the group calling themselves Moslems in Britain, who not only have advocated for illegal violence but have actually chopped innocent people’s heads off in broad daylight and raped tens of thousands of young White girls.

The news that this travesty was happening was released on the same day that we learned of a new definition of ‘Anti-Semitism’ being adopted in the UK, making it illegal to not like Jews. This new definition means that even if you are expressing love of Jews, they could still decide you didn’t love them really and were secretly an Anti-Semite. The exact definition is this ‘A certain perception of Jews that MAY be expressed as hatred of Jews.’
No evidence has been offered to show that NA have any links with terrorists, Amber Rudd when interviewed said she was seeking to have them banned as terrorists simply because they were ‘homophobes, racists and anti-Semites’. If you want to help, the best thing you can do is raise the profile of this case and point out that no member of National Action has ever been charged with terrorism.

Ben Raymond had this to say on the subject:

NA will be a designated terrorist organisation this Friday. This measure is unprecedented – no peaceful protest movement has been proscribed in a western nation since the second world war. In three years no member of National Action has ever been charged with a crime for political activism, nor has anyone ever been arrested for a terror related offence. NA has since the beginning condemned the use of violence and terrorism.
This is anarcho tyranny – free reign for Islamic extremists and leftists to do whatever they want, tyranny for the law abiding masses.

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Erika

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On the heath, there blooms a little flower
and it’s called Erika.
Eagerly a hundred thousand little bees,
swarm around Erika.
For her heart is full of sweetness,
a tender scent escapes her blossom-gown.
On the heath, there blooms a little flower
and it’s called Erika.

Back at home, there lives a little maiden
and she’s called Erika.
That girl is my faithful little darling
and my joy, Erika!
When the heather blooms in a reddish purple,
I sing her this song in greeting.
On the heath, there blooms a little flower
and it’s called Erika.

In my room, there also blooms a little flower
and it’s called Erika.
Already In the grey of dawn, as it does at dusk,
It looks at me, Erika!
And it is as if it spoke aloud:
“Are you thinking of your fiancée?”
Back at home, a maiden weeps for you
and she’s called Erika.

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Gertrud Scholtz-Klink, Reich Women’s Leader, on the Christian Faith and Principles in National Socialist life

Excerpt from a speech entitled “The Commitment and Role of Women in the National Socialist State” by the “Reichsfrauenfuehrerin” (Reich Women’s Leader) Gertrud Scholtz-Klink, held at the Women’s rally during the District Congress of the NSDAP in Munich, October 1936. It was reproduced in a small, pocket size book, containing 33 pages. This is my own English translation beginning at the second paragraph of page 26, and continuing through to then of page 33 (ie. to the end of the speech).

watch video and read at Justice for Germans -Source: Gertrud Scholtz-Klink, Reich Women’s Leader, on the Christian Faith and Principles in National Socialist life

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