Tragedy and Hope: Lessons from the Plight of British Nationalism
Posted on: 07/08/2019 04:56 AM

This speech by Matt Tait, "Tragedy and Hope: Lessons from the Plight of British Nationalism" was given at the 2015 American Renaissance Conference. Although it is 4 years old, it is still relevant. He discusses the rise and fall of the British National Party, and how its' mistakes must never be repeated.


In his talk Mr. Tait draws lessons from the meteoric rise and fall of the British National Party. He offers an evenhanded, insider’s account of both the party’s own shortcomings and of larger events that were beyond its control, and concludes with thoughtful advice for activists.

At one point, Mr. Tait pointedly questions the commitment of activists and of their priorities in lieu of the devastating cultural and political attacks unfolding right now against Our People.

This should be required viewing for all EAU members (and ideological supporters) as many of the ideas he discusses have relevance to our own organization as well. Additionally, his accent and charm enhance his presentation. Each member should watch this video and brainstorm how to apply his ideas.

Link below fold...


Tragedy and Hope: Lessons from the Plight of British Nationalism





Don't burn your bridges. Loosen the bolts a little everyday.

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