My first thoughts after the Islamic jihadist attack on the offices of the satirical paper Charlie Hebdo in Paris focused on those who were brutally murdered and the families who lost loved ones.
You can barely open a newspaper these days without seeing a story of some patriotic English, Scots or Welsh man or woman being dragged through the dirt just for flying the national flag, opposing ethnic colonisation or speaking up for their country.
Next month, Paul Weston will be announcing his candidacy in the 2015 General Election. The constituency and plans for the campaign will be released, and between January and May Paul will be regularly visiting the selected constituency to spread the Liberty GB message.
At last, a couple of senior British Church leaders have spoken out against Islamic extremism. Up until this point, such people have barely even dared to utter the words "Islamic extremism", let alone speak out against it.