Prime Minister David Cameron has come out explicitly, and in detail, about the dangers of Islam ... or, at the least, about 'extreme' Islam. Except, of course, he doesn't actually use the word 'Islam' (not once); though he does use the word 'extreme', and talks of an "extremist ideology".

The political class often use the word 'vibrant' to describe the effects of open-border mass immigration into Britain. Synonyms for vibrant include 'electrifying', 'vivacious' and 'bright'. It is as if nothing bad could possibly come from a process which is fast replacing ethnic Britons inside our own land. We are meant to see being relegated to minority status in our towns and cities as some part of a joyous event.

Terri Nicholson, an assistant commander at the Metropolitan Police's counter-terrorism command unit, told The Telegraph newspaper in November 2014 that taxpayers' money was being claimed fraudulently and used by jihadists in Iraq and Syria. "We are seeing a diverse fraud, including substantial fraud online, abuse of the benefits system, abuse of student loans, in order to fund terrorism," she said.

Thanks to the voters of England, we now have a Tory Government, and the British people will at last be given a say on our continued membership of the EU. The outcome of the referendum will decide whether Britain regains its full sovereignty and reasserts its right to self-determination as a free and independent democracy or commits to pan-European socialist federalism and the eventual governance of an unelected politburo-esque clique in Brussels.

Nearly 400 British girls as young as eleven are believed to have been sexually exploited by Muslim rape gangs in Oxfordshire over the past 15 years, according to a chilling new report. It charges local officials with repeatedly ignoring the abuse due to a "culture of denial."

This is the first of our exclusive reports from Jack Buckby at CPAC 2015 in Washington DC.

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The British media had a field day after it was announced that Nigel Farage would be speaking at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) this year - but despite claiming he would receive a "hero's welcome", Farage was greeted by a small and rather lethargic audience.

When I woke up that morning, I simply didn't know I had False Consciousness. What I did know was that I was going to attend my first Socialist Workers' Party meeting (at the Hackney branch). By the morning after that meeting I was fully cured. I'd lost my False Consciousness and now had True Consciousness. A Marxist consciousness. An SWP consciousness.

 

Dear Liberty GB,

I am an Englishman. I was born and raised in England. I still live in England, although I would be interested in emigrating to somewhere like New Zealand, because I no longer recognise the country in which I grew up.

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