Wednesday, February 14, 2018




Any nationalists, patriots and loyalists in London and South East want to shout Booooooooooo?

Sunday, February 11, 2018

Ignored... the secret evil of the Great War 

Peter Hitchens

The saddest event of modern history, the First World War, is once again portrayed on film in the new version of Journey's End, first performed on the stage in 1928. Its pessimism and sense of futile loss are astonishing. 
To this day, nobody could successfully film such a drama about the Second World War, which is still regarded as a good and noble conflict, though I wonder how much longer that can last.
The other thing that strikes me is that Journey's End is set on the eve of Germany's last frantic offensive on the Western Front. 
Yet it never even mentions the reason for this terrible, savage battle, in which the Germans came within inches of victory.
It followed the most cynical foreign policy action ever undertaken by a supposedly civilised power. 
Germany, funnelling gold through the sinister middleman Parvus Helphand, financed and organised the Bolshevik putsch in Russia which has ever since been wrongly called the Russian Revolution. 
They even arranged for the maniac Vladimir Lenin to travel to Russia.
The saddest event of modern history, the First World War, is once again portrayed on film in the new version of Journey's End (pictured), first performed on the stage in 1928. Its pessimism and sense of futile loss are astonishing, writes Peter Hitchens 
The saddest event of modern history, the First World War, is once again portrayed on film in the new version of Journey's End (pictured), first performed on the stage in 1928. Its pessimism and sense of futile loss are astonishing, writes Peter Hitchens 
Russia (as almost everyone forgets) was a democracy at the time. Lenin crushed that freedom with German-financed bayonets. 
The German government cared nothing for the fate of the Russian people, whom they casually condemned to 70 years of state-sponsored murder and oppression. 
Berlin simply wanted Russia out of the war so that they could send 50 divisions of soldiers westwards, to attack and defeat us. And it very nearly worked.
I am still waiting for the BBC to mark and examine this centenary properly. 
They probably haven't heard of it, or perhaps they still believe (as many media folk do) that the communist takeover was 'progressive'. 

NWN: Wow ! Just wow !  Never thought we would see the day that a national daily would mention stuff like 'Parvus' or to use his real name Israel Lazarevich Gelfand and other jews financed and provided the footsoldiers and main agitators for the 'Russian' revolution. It's taken over 100 years for this to become mainstream but we welcome this being admitted.



Saturday, February 10, 2018

David Irvings website down ?




Been trying to get on it all day. Anyone else having problems ?

Thursday, February 08, 2018

The Great Betrayal...................................
by consecutive British Governments against Army veterans  who served in OPERATION BANNER. The so called 'troubles' in Northern Ireland .

 The Good Friday agreement may have brought an end to military action by the terrorist groups but the men and women, who for 30 years stood in the front line of democracy and upheld the rule of law and worked within it, now find themselves exposed. Blair’s government deliberately hung the security forces 'out to dry' to appease the IRA and leaving them exposed to prosecution while absolving the IRA of it's crimes and putting them beyond the law.

How can it be right for one side in a peace process to be given protection while the other is not

The betrayal of our security forces continued under Cameron, as he bowed his head (one hopes in shame for his government’s callous and cynical behaviour) at the Cenotaph on Remembrance Sunday, the following Monday, Armistice Day, he tossed a seriously ill elderly veteran Dennis Hutchings to the IRA to keep negotiation going in the province !

When it is clear that the security force veteran community is being deliberately marginalised and discriminated against by the National Broadcaster (the BBC) and abandoned by the Government, we need to tell our own story in our own words!

We need to democratise the visual image and as such ask for your support to raise money through our crowd funding page. This money will allow us to pay professionals to film and edit our story and for the first time tell you, the public, what really happened in the 30 years of IRA sectarian warfare.

The sacrifice of those who served there and try to get to the real cost “of the acceptable level of violence” which is how the political classes deemed our losses!


New estimates put the real casualties at between 16 to 20,000 service and police losses! This includes the new figure that estimates the death at 1,600 in province and subsequent suicides and other related deaths. This is in line with the new statistical cost to the civilian population, in which it is now believed 500,000 people directly suffered because of the SF/IRA inspired war and it's fall out.

Please donate to my JustGiving Crowdfunding Page and help make it happen: The Great Betrayal .

Thanks for your support ;  https://www.justgiving.com/crowdfunding/alan-barry

Saturday, February 03, 2018

Thousands to march over 'witch-hunt' against troops who served in Northern Ireland amid anger over decision to re-examine historical deaths during the Troubles

  • Hundreds of ex-soldiers are facing murder or manslaugter charges 
  • The rally has been organised by Justice For Northern Ireland Veterans
  • Northern Ireland police investigating every army killing in fight against IRA
  • Veterans group says they are being unfairly treated but terrorists were released  

Thousands of campaigners will march on Parliament today demanding an end to the ‘witch-hunt’ against troops who served in Northern Ireland.
They are calling on Theresa May to halt the ‘appalling’ decision to re-examine historical killings during the Troubles.
Up to 1,000 ex-soldiers, many in their 60s and 70s, are now potential murder or manslaughter suspects over actions at the height of the IRA’s campaign.
The marchers are angry at what they claim is a witch hunt against British troops who served in Northern Ireland
The marchers are angry at what they claim is a witch hunt against British troops who served in Northern Ireland
The Prime Minister was urged to act over the Police Service of Northern Ireland’s controversial move to hold a fresh investigation into every Army killing in the fight against Irish republican terrorism.
The rally, which begins in Horse Guards Parade and ends in Parliament Square with rousing speeches, has been organised by the protest group Justice For Northern Ireland Veterans and is expected to attract 2,000 campaigners.
They will hold up 200 placards, each bearing the name of a soldier, police officer or civilian murdered by the IRA in Ulster.
The Daily Mail has long campaigned for an end to the hounding of our troops.
Justice For Northern Ireland Veterans says action is unjustly being taken against soldiers while IRA members who committed atrocities get off scot-free.
The group wants to highlight the disparity in treatment between the veterans and 187 on-the-run paramilitary suspects who received ‘comfort letters’ from Tony Blair’s government which told them they were not being sought by police.
Up to 1,000 ex-soldiers, many in their 60s and 70s, are now potential murder or manslaughter suspects
Up to 1,000 ex-soldiers, many in their 60s and 70s, are now potential murder or manslaughter suspects
Organiser Alan Barry, who served in the Grenadier Guards, said: ‘We want to show the imbalance between the terrorists who received get-out-of-jail-free cards giving them immunity from prosecution and the unacceptable decision to prosecute British soldiers.
‘We want to send a message to Parliament that we will not tolerate the hounding of veterans who went to Northern Ireland on the side of law and order to fight terrorism.
‘To haul them before the courts is grotesque.’
Tory MP Julian Lewis, chairman of the Commons defence committee, is set to speak at the event. He has demanded an end to the prosecutions and says the Government should pass a statute of limitations to prevent veterans facing legal action over the killings.
The rally will be addressed by Conservative MP Julian Lewis, chairman of the Commons defence committee
The rally will be addressed by Conservative MP Julian Lewis, chairman of the Commons defence committee
This would effectively grant immunity to those who served in Ulster from 1969 to the signing of the Good Friday Agreement in 1998.
Retired soldier Dennis Hutchings, who is facing an attempted murder charge over a fatal shooting more than 40 years ago, will also attend the rally.
The 76-year-old said the veterans had been ‘abandoned’ by ministers.
He said: ‘It is imperative we get the politicians to start listening. My gripe is that they and the serving generals in the Ministry of Defence are not speaking out and trying to stop this injustice.’
The Police Service of Northern Ireland’s taxpayer-funded Legacy Investigation Branch is re- examining 302 deaths during the Troubles.
Critics are angry that, although 90 per cent of the 3,500 killings in Northern Ireland were at the hands of terrorists, the investigation has focused on the actions of British forces.
The former soldiers’ treatment has been compared to that of John Downey, who escaped prosecution for the 1982 Hyde Park bombing because he was given a police guarantee of immunity.
Downey has always denied involvement and pleaded not guilty at the Old Bailey in 2014. 

Mel Gibson making sequel to ‘Passion Of The Christ’ and why Jews should be worried


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The Jewish Daily Forward

It was a cultural phenomenon that raked in $600 million at the box office and is still the highest grossing R-rated film of all time. Years later people are still questioning just how anti-Semitic “The Passion Of the Christ” really was. Mel Gibson, the star vehicle driving the movie to its bloody, sadomasochistic conclusion, famously refused to hire any Jewish consultants to oversee the film. The Jews in “The Passion Of The Christ” relish their cruelty, kicking Jesus when he is down, while the Romans of the film are shown occasionally behaving with compassion towards Jesus. There was concern about how this would affect inter-faith relations, dismay that the film perpetuated the anti-Semitic idea that the Jews killed Jesus, and a entire ADL Q&A page about it.

Now, Mel Gibson is planning to do it again. Jim Caviezel, the actor who played Jesus in the first film, confirmed to USA Today that he would be reprising his role in the sequel. “There are things that I cannot say that will shock the audience,” he said. “It’s great. Stay tuned.” In a November 2016 interview on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert, Gibson reported that he already begun to work on “The Resurrection,” as he was calling the sequel.

Mel Gibson’s never been the biggest fan of the Jewish people. “The Jews are responsible for all the wars in the world!” he shouted during a 2006 DUI arrest. In 2011, he pled no contest to battery charges against his girlfriend. On his TV apology tour, he confessed that “Lebanon and Israel had been at it that day,” and that “the Jews were not blameless.”

Mel Gibson’s father, Hutton Gibson, is an outspoken Holocaust denier. In 2003, he told the New York Times to “Go and ask an undertaker or the guy who operates the crematorium what it takes to get rid of a dead body. It takes one liter of petrol and 20 minutes. Now, 6 million?” Mel Gibson has never denounced, or acknowledged, his father’s words.

Is the world ready for a “Passion of The Christ” sequel? The polarized political landscape of 2018 is very different from the environment the 2004 blockbuster was created in. Can a movie like this, propelled by the star power of a man known for his anti-Semitic views, ever achieve the same level of worldwide acclaim as its predecessor?

“I don’t understand why after 10 years it’s any kind of issue,” Gibson complained to Variety recently. “I’ve also been around long enough to recognize that Hollywood will welcome back just about anyone that might bring in a dollar,” Joshua Malina, West Wing actor and one of Gibson’s most outspoken critics, told the Post.

“The Passion Of The Christ” established that there was a market, both American and international, for religious oriented films. It practically created that market when it received a slew of endorsements from a who’s who of American Christians, including a disputed one from the Vatican.

Will Gibson market his films at evangelical Christians, newly empowered in the Trump presidency, and run the risk of alienating more moderate and liberal viewers? And more importantly, in this era of increasing anti-Semitism and hostility towards Jews, does the world need “The Resurrection” at all?

https://theuglytruth.wordpress.com/2018/02/02/mel-gibson-making-the-sequel-to-passion-of-the-christ-and-heres-jews-should-be-worried/ 

Tuesday, January 30, 2018

Support Army veterans against IRA Gerry Adams appearing at the BBC studios  - 4th Feb 2018

Latest.........NWN: Adams has ducked it ! He will not now be appearing tomorrow and the BBC have done a pre-recorded clip instead .

Sunday 4th February we need as many veterans as possible to attend the BBC studios London and show our utter disgust that IRA Commander Gerry Adams is on the Andrew Marr show . We need to cover every entrance and exit so they cannot slip this piece of Shit in and out through a side door , RV 7am BBC broadcasting house , Peel Entrance . On Sunday morning they instruct everyone to be their an hour before the show and to use the Peel entrance , We shall have banners in place and a reception committee on hand , Any one staying in London overnight following our parade on Saturday has no excuse not to attend , The BBC never cover our events and continue the glorify the IRA , lets make this happen !


Tuesday, January 23, 2018


NWN: Apparently this cretin Jasper was born in Oldham. Not much was made by the media in this tweet from him fairly recently. So 'they' are not to blame for their behaviour ?

Any nationalists, patriots and loyalists in London and South East want to shout Booooooooooo?