The 1970s saw the dramatic (and violent) rise of the National Front (NF) in the UK. It was a dark time for the non-White populations
Author’s Note: One of the best books you will ever read on this subject! Winston Churchill, the Royal British Legion and the Conservative Party were
Despite all of this disorganisation and chaos on the left, however, it does seem that the British working class decided for themselves and delivered a truly ‘crushing’ blow to the capitalist establishment that is still wheeling from its effects. It seems that Labour MP Peter Shore’s message from 1975 finally sank-in!
To conflate white racists with their victims is a purely rightwing political ideal perpetuated by such entities as the British National Party (BNP), Britain First, National Front (NF) and the United Kingdom Independence Party (UKIP). The purpose of this rightwing offensive is to ‘normalise’ racism within mainstream society, so that white racists can attack whomever they wish in pursuance of their warped political ideology as formulated in Adolf Hitler’s Mein Kampf (which presents ‘lying’ as a legitimate political policy as a means to achieve racial purity).
The Communist Party of Britain (and other Communist and Socialist Movements) in the UK are opposed to the tyranny of continued EU Membership, because the progressive left completely rejects racism, and seeks to represent the best class interests of the working masses.
As a consequence, the George Cross and the Union Jack flags are symbols of English racism, nationalism and hate. Like the Nazi German swastika of WWII, these flags denote a very clear ‘belonging’ and ‘exclusion’. As English (British) nationalism has its basis in race-hate and racial segregation, it is in fact a form of ‘National Socialism’, or ‘Nazism’.