About Western Loyalists

An introduction

Loyalty, like empathy and honour, is a matter of high virtue. It is reasonable, logical, and virtuous to be loyal to your friends and family. Loyalty is also normally extended to one’s family in its wider sense; in support of community, nation, and civilisation. It is a natural part of the human condition. Having a […]

Writings of Western Loyalists

Loyalist writers

Articles by writers who are loyal to the survival of the West. Many more yet to be added. John Bean The great Indian take away for Redcar Steel workers, 20 February 2010 British jobs for British workers, 24 March 2009 Immigration is changing our national makeup, 23 February 2009 BNP will represent Britain in Europe […]

Historical Loyalist leaders

Winston Churchill, British Prime Minister, wanted to “Keep England White”

Winston Churchill (1874-1965) was one of Britain’s top statesmen, being the man who led the nation in its fight against Nazi Germany during the Second World War.1 He joined the army as a young man, and served in India, the Sudan, South Africa (during the Second Boer War), and in France (during the First World […]

Edmund Barton, Australian Prime Minister, champion of a White Australia

Sir Edmund Barton (1849-1920) was Australia’s first Prime Minister. He was a committed campaigner for the federation of the Australian colonies, so that they would be united together as one nation, and was a staunch advocate of a White Australia policy. Barton was a prize-winning scholar, with a love of classical Greek and Latin. He […]

Alfred Deakin, Australian Prime Minister, builder of the White Australia policy

Alfred Deakin (1856-1919) was Australia’s second Prime Minister. He was a loyal defender of his people, and helped to build the White Australia policy. Deakin studied law at the University of Melbourne before entering politics. However, he was not just a lawyer and politician, but was also an author, journalist, playwright, poet, and teacher. He […]

Abraham Lincoln, US President, supporter of White survival and dedicated enemy of slavery

Abraham Lincoln (1809-1865) is widely regarded as one of the preeminent Presidents of the United States of America. Lincoln was opposed to the horrid and dehumanizing institution of slavery. However, rather than being one of the radicals within the Republican Party who advocated the immediate abolition of slavery across the entire country, he promoted a […]

Enoch Powell: Intellectual, patriot, and prophet

Enoch Powell (1912-1998) was an amazing and brilliant man. He was a classical scholar, soldier, poet, and politician. Powell was an outstanding prize-winning student and a graduate of Cambridge University. He was fluent in classical Greek and Latin, on top of which he learnt to speak French, German, modern Greek, Italian, Punjabi, and Urdu; he […]

W. G. Spence, trade union leader, and Australia’s Awakening

“True patriotism should be racial.” ~ W. G. Spence [William Guthrie Spence (1846-1926) was one of Australia’s foremost trade union leaders. Reproduced here are various extracts from his book of reminiscences, Australia’s Awakening: Thirty Years in the Life of an Australian Agitator (1909).] Chapter XIII. The Industrial Fight in Queensland. The squatters had cut wages. […]

Arthur Calwell, leader of the Labor Party, defender of White Australia

Arthur Calwell (1896-1973) came from humble beginnings. He was an ardent unionist and a strong advocate for workers’ rights, who was a union leader and a leader of the Australian Labor Party. Calwell started his working life as a clerk in the Victorian Public Service. When the First World War broke out, he tried to […]

Chris Watson, Australian Prime Minister, working-class champion of a White Australia

Chris Watson (1867-1941) was Australia’s third Prime Minister. He was the first Labor Party prime minister in the world. Watson was a staunch advocate of the rights of the working-class, and a campaigner for a White Australia policy. Watson took the long hard road to get into politics. He left school at the age of […]

T. J. Ryan, Queensland Premier, loyal to White Australia

Thomas Joseph Ryan (1876-1921) was Premier of Queensland (1915-1919) and had been, before his untimely death, considered to be the best choice as the new federal parliamentary leader of the Australian Labor Party.1 He graduated with a law degree from the University of Melbourne, and worked as a teacher and as a lawyer. Ryan was […]

News and views

Dana Loesch vs. Piers Morgan

There is an interesting video on YouTube of a debate on the firearms issue. As always, the anti-gun campaigners use false propaganda and loaded terms (no pun intended) as part of their debating methodology. Van Jones says that there are “military-style weapons on the streets of America” (6.25 min.), but Dana Loesch counters by explaining […]

The media vs. the Australian flag

Every year, without fail, the media in Australia use Australia Day as an excuse to push their anti-flag agenda, or their pro-republic agenda, or both. This year, the Multiculturalists over at Channel 7’s “Sunrise” programme are touting replacements for the Australian flag. They have put up a poll for people to vote for the current […]

Sexual assaults in Cologne, Germany — and the Multiculturalist response

As most people watching the news would have seen, there has been quite a furore over the New Year’s Eve incidents where hundreds of Third World refugees sexually molested women in Cologne, Germany — and, as it turned out, also in a number of other German cities, as well as in several other European countries. […]

Alert over mysterious terrorists

A report on the Sky News site (via the Reuters news agency) says that the New Year’s Eve celebrations in Brussels were cancelled because of the possibility of a terrorism attack from militants — but it doesn’t even mention who these militants could possibly be. Brussels cancels NYE events over terror alert Authorities in the […]

Shannon Johnson, hero of San Bernardino

In the midst of the Islamic terrorist attack in San Bernardino, Shannon Johnson shielded a 27-year-old female co-worker, Denise Peraza, with his own body during the shootings; he died, but she lived (Denise was shot once in the back, but survived). This is a true hero — someone who places their life at risk in […]

Significant historical texts

Enoch Powell’s “Rivers of Blood speech”

[Enoch Powell delivered his most famous speech on the 20th of April 1968, at a meeting of the Conservative Association in Birmingham. Powell outlined the concerns of many British people over the future of their country. Although he did not mention the phrase “rivers of blood”, his speech included the sentence “As I look ahead, […]

White Australia saved Australia, by Jack Lang

[In this chapter from his book, I Remember, Jack Lang gives a brief history of the White Australia Policy, relates how the British government interfered with local attempts to keep the hordes of coloured immigrants from flooding into Australia, and praises the policies that established a White Australia. Lang was the Premier of New South […]

Movies & anti-white propaganda

Independence Day (1996), movie review

Independence Day is a classic piece of anti-white and anti-Christian propaganda. Like all “good” propaganda films, its message is subtle, but effective, especially when it is part of a large and continuing genre of anti-Western propaganda movies and television shows. Each propaganda element taken by itself can be innocuous, seemingly innocent, or somewhat defendable; but, […]

Doctor Who companions used for propaganda purposes

[Coincidence or propaganda? A look at the propaganda behind the show’s allocation of relationships for the new Doctor Who companions.] The 21st century version of the “Doctor Who” television show is an amazing example of multiracialist propaganda. As with the later 20th century version of “Doctor Who”, the good Doctor usually has a female companion. […]

Music for Loyalists

Brand New Leather Jacket (song)

A song by Lee Haggen about asylum seekers in Britain. The following links are copies of the same song. The lyrics for the song are given here as well. I’ve Got a Brand New Leather Jacket We came to England through the Tunnel last night (that’s right, that’s right) We claim asylum, now they’re treating […]

Ode to A Dying People (song)

The song “Ode to a Dying People”, the most popular version of which is by the Swedish singer Saga. The following links are copies of the same song. The lyrics for the song are given here as well. Ode to a Dying People, by Saga Ode to a Dying People (singer unknown) Ode to a […]

Ons Vir Jou Suid Afrika (song)

A patriotic song about South Africa, by Bok van Blerk and Robbie Wessels. The following links are copies of the same song. The lyrics for the song are given here as well, along with an English translation. Ons Vir Jou Suid Afrika [Bok van Blerk & Robbie Wessels] Ons kom uit die Noorde, Ons kom […]