National Anarchist

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A Journey Through The Political Maze

A Review of Welf Herfuth’s A Life in the Political Wilderness By Keith Preston A NEW title issued by the Portuguese publishing firm Finis Mundi Press (1), Welf Herfurth’s, A Life in the Political Wilderness, is unquestionably one of the most interesting politically oriented books I have encountered in quite some time. It is the … Continue reading

A look at Albion Awake

IN NOVEMBER of last year the Third Way Think Tank took a very brief look at English Green.  Interested in the convergence between a progressive radical patriotism and enviromentalism/deep ecology, it campaigns for “decentralisation, historical regionalism and devolution towards a britannic confederation of free peoples and sovereign provinces, libertarian, tribal and traditionalist.” In the course … Continue reading

Updates on the National Liberal Party and the National-Anarchist Movement

IN EARLY October last year we reported that the National Liberal Party had fully overhauled and upgraded its web-site. (1)  This upgrade – incorporating the selective use of the colour Orange – really made it stand out from the rest. One of the articles used to launch the new site included an excellent review of … Continue reading

Introducing the National-Anarchist Movement

FOR MANY people the terms ‘Nationalist’ and ‘Anarchist’ represent completely different ends of the political spectrum.  For instance, the popular interpretation of ‘Nationalism’ is that it is a ‘right-wing’ idea – with nationalists mainly being concerned about law and order and the supremacy of the State.  In a similar vein, ‘Anarchism’ conjures up images of … Continue reading

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