HAPPY CHRISTMAS

I went to the Christmas Eve midnight mass at North Weald Church, just down the road from where I live in the wonderful county of Essex. As they say – The Only Way Is Essex!


North Weald was the home to a major Royal Air Force base during the last war. The churchyard contains the war graves of a number of RAF personnel together with a poignant group of very young soldiers from the Essex Regiment. Nine men were killed on 24th August 1940 when the Luftwaffe bombed the airfield. Eight of them are buried in North Weald Churchyard.

The actual service that I attended was very High Church – almost bordering on Roman Catholic. For my blood there was too much bending down and getting up, waving of arms, scattering of incense and responses were expected to be recited by the congregation. It was a nice service, with a good politically incorrect sermon, but I prefer things to be kept simpler.

The other morning, after some Christmas festivities, I was walking past Hyde Park Corner when I noticed the ‘Winter Wonderland’ – a special Christmas themed market with ice skating and so forth. Just as I went to take a closer look who should I see appear? Rolf Harris!

I’ve always quite liked the cut of Rolf Harris’s jib. He is a throw back to those nostalgic days when Australia and Britain had a really close bond. He also has always struck me as being a thoroughly decent bloke. When he was spotted by Regents Park on this morning, he waited patiently, cracking jokes, while numerous families posed next to him to have their picture taken.

He is a good egg.

ANOTHER GOOD RESULT FOR THE ENGLISH DEMOCRATS

A few days ago the English Democrats scored yet another good election result. Things are starting to look up. Indeed, besides UKIP, who throw tens of thousands of pounds into its electoral efforts for relatively little return on their investment pound for pound, the only nationalist party to have made any headway at all since the General Election has been the English Democrats.

The by-election took place in the Birchills Leamore ward of Walsall in the West Midlands. The result was as follows:

Labour – 835 votes (53.8%)
Conservative – 512 votes (32.4%)
Chris Newey English Democrats – 130 votes (8.2%)
UKIP – 59 votes (3.7%)
Green – 46 votes (2.9%)

I don’t believe the English Democrats have ever challenged for this ward before. However as a point of interest the BNP contested a by-election in this ward when it was near its peak in 2008 and only polled 5.2%.

Well done to all concerned. We have much to look forward to in the new year!

27 comments:

  1. I hear that more people attended the Epping Forest nationalist Christmas dinner than ever before. Over 40 people.
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  2. Merry Christmas and all the best for 2012
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  3. Oh dear Eddy you get me so confused I joined UKIP perhaps I should have joined the Eds !!
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  4. Walsall must be enriched or blessed with thickos to vote for the red brigade in such numbers. Bit of both I suspect.
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  5. Brian CosworthDec 25, 2011 05:03 AM
    That by-election in the Birchills Leamore ward of Walsall in the West Midlands would have returned 11.9% for "The Allies" instead of 8.2% and 3.7% had there been a loose voting alliance between nationalistic parties. Leading up to a by-election, only one leaflet dropper would be needed to drop the election messages through the letter box for all the "Allied" parties standing in a ward. Its a way to give any voter a nationalist home and the ability to swap and change within the Allied choice while finding ones way within the nationalist world without watering down the vote.

    Merry Xmas to everyone,
    Brian
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  6. Charly UpchuckDec 25, 2011 03:51 PM
    Rolf Harris is a stupid old hippy. Just like you Eddy.

    Fiat currency? No problem, lots of growth. Growth can be infinite. Ho ho ho.

    Jews undermining western culture? What Jews? I can't see any jews. Ho ho ho.

    Reality will bite you, and the lemming population on your arse very soon. Like within then next five years.

    Have a nice day Eddy.
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  7. My local Church is 'High Church' also, it felt more RC than a traditional RC Church. We attended soon after the birth of our Twins, signing the book after each visit, to do the right thing by our twins and eventually have them Christened, But we had a change of heart.
    Interesting result for the ED's in Walsall, but i do have sympathy with Brian Cosworth view, that there should be most definently a loose alliance between Nationalistic parties, perhaps the ED's need more results like this, to be seen as a force that cannot be ignored.
    I would have thought Eddy would be up for this sort of alliance, because obviously the BNP under Nick Griffin could never be part of a Nationalistic alliance amongst true Nationalistic parties, so an alliance of 'the allies' could only marginalise Nick Griffin more and more in the long run.
    Jamie, West Hert's, London flighter.
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  8. Dos anyone know if Emma West got her Children back for Christmas?
    Jamie, West Hert's, London flighter.
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  9. Mo and Brian WilkinsDec 26, 2011 03:12 AM
    Merry Christmas & a prosperous New Year to you Eddy, & to all good Nationalists looking t this site.
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  10. Rolf Harris is an Australian immigrant of Welsh ancestry. He isnt English. He is a great entertainer but would the EDs really allow him into England?
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  11. Hi Eddy, great places those old churches, places of worship where one can pray and feel nostalgic, however the Pope does not like working people spending money unless of course it was given to the church, people are waking up to the fiction of the Christian Church,.I have been reading about Jesus of the Essenes, who was a Rabbi he practised strict vegetarianism he knew that meat and blood were dangerous to health, today we call parasites, bacteria, virus's, worms,and politicians, in those days they were known as Satan,devils, evil spirits,etc, the Christian Church is corrupt, obsessed with theatricals, sex, wealthy people and fairy tales. happy new year, one and all.
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  12. Hi Jamie, The struggle goes on, seeing the media obsession with Royals and their infantile headwear, an old clapped out geriatric with pump trouble who should have made Dribble-Down nursing home years ago, are far more newsworthy than a young Mum facing State hatred. You don't need to be a social psychologist to know what's going on,
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  13. 'Epping Forest Nationalist Christmas dinner'. Is this a new party?
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  14. When are you at court Eddy? You and Mr Brons.
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  15. There is a brilliant artical written by Tony Lecomber on the British Democracy Forum site . It gives a thoughtful view of the state of the current BNP and the smaller nationalist parties that are competing against it .
    My friendship with Tony was not the best when he was Griffins side kick when I was booted out the BNP but his experience with nationalism is up there with Eddy .
    The artical reminded me of the early editions of Patriot . Its well worth a read .
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  16. Emma West's children were never taken from her, a Nationalist who called on the family found her partener looking after them.
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  17. I hear you are due to appear in court with your paymaster Andrew Brons, Oh dear me Eddie.....
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  18. I think the earlier poster should be reassured that the meat most of buy from our local butcher or mega retailer happens to be parasite and virus free. Something to do with market forces and good animal husbandry and not wanting to suffer badly in what is after all a simple market economy.

    Add to that the fact that we in the west have mastered, for several millenia, the art of cooking meat to remove any nasties lurking therein.

    Then again anyone who writes "virus's" can't be taken that seriously. Tin foil hat brigade I'll wager. The kind of person the nationalist movement doesnt need.
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  19. Lets hope 2012 is better year for Nationalism in Britain than was 2011, onward and forward!
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  20. The Epping forest Christmas dinner party is like many nationalist parties - it over exaggerated the attendance by over 50%
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  21. Mr Butler, why are you publishing then deleting comments? doesn't look very good you know.
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  22. By the way, the Epping forest dinner, was extremely busy, much more so than previous years. Numbers were not exaggerated. And all were local.
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  23. If I were to publish then delete a comment then it would be none of your business frankly - but it do happens that I haven't anyway .
    By the way I have also been td the numbers were exaggerated - were they as 'busy' as they were 30 minutes into new years day when they obsessively checked into my blog? Very very sad.
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  24. do you not want people to read it? are there time restrictions? or are you worried that you are being smiled at by all you previously knew? By claiming it very very sad, it could be taken that you are condemning all your readers.
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  25. No I'm merely recognising that a small clique are very sad
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  26. That attitude Mr Butler, is precisely why people now speak your name with a smile on their lips.
    Bye.
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  27. Give it up Eddy why you still have a few friends left willing to listen to you. Go and enjoy your new life.

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