Nigel Farage, Ukip

Why UKIP Need a Serious Change in Strategy – Part One

Part One UKIP are dominating the headlines. Friday’s election results showed UKIP to have a huge projected national share of 23%. No party has been such a challenge to the … Continue Reading →

Female students on a Carnage UK-organised night out in Brighton.

Since When Did ‘Modern’ Mean ‘Slags and Man-Whores?’

Time and time again, you hear people making references to religion or traditional institutions – suggesting ‘well, it’s the 21st century and things have changed’… Too often do we hear … Continue Reading →


I Was a Member of the BNP – And it’s Cameron’s Fault

When I first started in college, my interest in politics was relatively new. I was a sixteen year old who saw flaws in society just like everyone else. It was … Continue Reading →


How Do You Solve a Problem Like Raheem Kassam?

by Jack Buckby With the rise of UKIP and my further involvement with colleagues from the party, and indeed my involvement on a personal and political level with genuine Tories, … Continue Reading →


The Case for Culturism: Creating a Conservative Long March

by Jack Buckby You may not have heard of the word, but each one of us nationalists are culturists. Culturism is an important ideology which is often overlooked, and in … Continue Reading →


A Message to UKIP Members & Supporters

UKIP was at one time an incredible, socially conservative alternative. Still, there are many members who are socially conservative and oppose multiculturalism. However, within the last year or so there … Continue Reading →


National Culturists to Host Summer Culturist Conference in London

This Summer, we will be hosting the first ever Culturist Conference in central London. A number of guests are already confirmed from a range of political parties and organisations, including … Continue Reading →


Sloppy Student ‘Journalist’ James Margeson Will Say Anything for a Few Readers

by Jack Buckby You’ve probably noticed the National Culturists in the media recently. A number of national magazines have already produced articles about the initiative, and articles can be found … Continue Reading →


Democracy is Key to British Culturism

by Jack Buckby Democracy is one of the most important things about the political existence of the West. Without democracy, we would be lacking an incredible part of British and … Continue Reading →


Immigration: The Reserve Army of Capital by Alain de Benoist

by Alain de Benoist In 1973, shortly before his death, the French President Georges Pompidou admitted to have opened the floodgates of immigration, at a request of a number of … Continue Reading →