Folk and Nation – Underpinning the Ethnostate (THIRD EXPANDED EDITION April 2011)
By Arthur Kemp B.A. (Pub. Admin., Pol. Sci., Int. Pol.). First published in
2008 with a second edition in and 2009, this third edition explains in
detail the concept of ethno-nationalism. It also contains six new chapters
dealing with the thorny issues of mass immigration into Britain and an
important discussion on the fallacy of the “multiculturalism has failed”
With regard to the latter, the author points out that it is not
“multiculturalism” per se which has failed, but rather the policy of mass
immigration, of which “multiculturalism” is but one symptom.
The book contains the previously available text: Ethnic Nationalism - A
Definition; Central Tenets of Ethno-Nationalism; Underlying Concepts of
Ethno-Nationalism; The Implications of Ethno-Nationalism; The Practical
Application of Ethno-Nationalism; Attacks on Ethno-Nationalism; and How to
Argue the Case for Ethno-Nationalism.
It provides all the answers underpinning the non-racist argument for Britain
to remain a British country--arguments which can be used for any nation,
anywhere. Invaluable for anyone wishing to understand modern democratic
In addition, the six new chapter headings are:
- The Colonisation of Britain: White British School Pupils Set to be
Minority by 2021.
- Invasion: Immigration Wave Means 650 New UK Citizens Every Day.
- German Chancellor’s “Multiculturalism Has Failed” Remarks Highlight Danger
of “Adapt or Integrate” Mentality.
- The Colonisation of Britain: Bradford CoE in Crisis as Muslim Population
- Study Which Claims “5.5 Million Muslims in 20 years” in Britain Is a Gross
- Is it Multiculturalism Which Has Failed?
- Cockneys: The First British Group to be Ethnically Cleansed.
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