In Part 2 of his 2 part series, Rusere Shoniwa explains why Britain has not been colonised by 2nd generation immigrants and discusses whether ‘White British culture’ is a red herring in staving off the Great Reset and whether cultural homogeneity is a laudable aim for the freedom minded.
Rusere Shoniwa lays out a counter case to Simon Elmer’s argument that white British people are suffering colonisation by second generation immigrants in high office, in the first in a 2 part series.
“In short, by its facilitation of capitalism‘s construction of the totalitarianism of the Global Biosecurity State – woke is not liberal, and it certainly isn‘t socialist: woke is fascist”
The final contribution we are publishing from the event last month is a set of critical observations by Simon Elmer, who was unable to attend.
We’re pleased to republish a transcript of Frieda Vizel’s podcast featuring Simon Elmer from Architects for Social Housing. Simon is a key critic of the biosecurity state from a left perspective.
Rusere Shoniwa interviews David Fleming of the newly launched political project The Independent Alliance and summarises the contents of their pro national sovereignty manifesto.
Today, the King will have his coronation sanctified by the UK public being invited pledging their allegiance as subjects.
But who, or what are they pledging allegiance to? What function does the UK Monarchy serve in our economics, society and politics?
Rusere Shoniwa critiques the critics of mass formation theory as a way of understanding the meaning of the Desmet brouhaha.
Rusere Shoniwa explains the control grid of 21st century fascism, none other than capitalism in decay: the nexus of supranational global policy makers, the ‘free’ market and the state.
Amy Willows challenges the notion that a state of hypnosis is central to the explanation of mass formation. The second part of this two-part essay is a collaboration between Amy and Rusere Shoniwa.