Furthest Right

Europe’s Far-Right Rotation

I passed through Stoke-on-Trent, where the BNP has won 29 council seats out of sixty, and the Labour Party is down to sixteen. A senior member of the party in the Potteries told me the party mechanisms have “collapsed”; “If you want your drains fixed you go to the BNP,” they said.


As our society gets further from reality, the elites find new ways to appease us with symbols of their goodwill: aid to Africa, equality for all, tolerance for gays, protests against Israel and for Palestine, and so on. But even the average person — disinterested in politics, unacquainted with logical analysis or argument, only dimly aware of only recent history, focused on their local area specifically the dinner table — is noticing the decay, and becoming ready for more radical solutions.

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