A Nationalist Concordat for 2013

By December 31, 2012February 18th, 2021No Comments

As we come to the end of an eventful 2012 and face a possibly even more eventful 2013, it behooves us all, as patriots, to take stock politically and to look back, in order to see what lessons may be learnt from the year that is ending, for the year that is about to begin.

I would suggest that each of the patriotic parties, excluding UKIP, which remains a pariah for every principled patriot (because of its blackballing of former members of nationalist parties, as well as its support for mass non-white immigration) should agree not to stand candidates against one another in elections.

In view of the fact that at the last local elections the BNP fielded fewer than 150 candidates throughout the entire country and all of its nationalist (again excluding UKIP) rival parties collectively fielded even fewer candidates than did the BNP, it seems most likely that there will be many more seats and more authorities, without a single nationalist candidate, than there will be with one.

Under such circumstances, it makes no sense whatsoever for nationalist candidates of different parties to stand against one another.

Indeed, rather than stand against another nationalist candidate it would be preferable to withdraw from a particular contest and allow the other party’s candidate a clear run.

We need all of the nationalist parties to do their bit, however inadequately, until such time as circumstances permit a coalescence of all (or almost all) remaining nationalist forces.