Saturday, 15 June 2013
Posted by Danny Lake at 00:28
Friday, 14 June 2013
Posted by Danny Lake at 01:02
Tuesday, 28 May 2013
Interesting times we're living in. I've been away for a while gathering my thoughts. Time though, as always, moves on. And events to have hit the news recently perhaps demonstrate that the time for thought collecting and self reflection is over.
You will already be familiar with the scenes of a dead young man laying helpless on the streets of our capital. In addition to this is the news of massive race riots in Sweden. The realities of the failed multicult experiment now clear for all to see. Easy it might be to react emotionally to these events. But before I continue I will point out that any response should be anything but. If only because the establishment are itching for the opportunity to arrest decent nationalists on convenient charges. There is after all a war going on here and the last thing the system wants is potential dissidents walking the streets.
Posted by Danny Lake at 23:45
Posted by Danny Lake at 01:46
Saturday, 8 October 2011
Pure Genius!!! ;-)
Posted by Danny Lake at 16:54
Tuesday, 4 October 2011
Dave was an active nationalist for years, but is best known for his work with Great White Records as a singer/songwriter and producer. Something he was very good at, as he proved time and again.
I first met Dave at a Young BNP camp, in Stoke, in 2004. It was then that I first heard him sing, and as much as I have listened to other versions of “I am a Patriot”, for me, nobody ever managed to sing that song with as much feeling as he did.
I got to know Dave a bit better as the years passed. Helping him out on the GWR stall at RWB 2007 after he very generously put the money up for the printing on the Young BNP football kits. But as some have already said, he was a deeply private man and sadly, I never got to know him as well as I would have liked to.
Sadly, I had a bit of a falling out with Dave after the December 2007 split. Not speaking to him for several years following those events. However, I did eventually make things up with him, and perhaps my only regrets are that I never had the time to take him up on his offer to go horse riding, and he never had the chance to finish work on the songs I bombarded him with for near on two years.
Dave, it has to be said was a true gent, an Englishman, and one of the most friendly, and genuine nationalists I have had the pleasure work and laugh with. Life may pass and death may reach us all. But one thing is for sure. Those of us who knew Dave Hannam will never forget him.
Rest in Peace, Comrade ;-)
Posted by Danny Lake at 18:01
Thursday, 18 August 2011
UK Governments war on moral breakdown: a crackdown on civil liberties and prison sentences for children
Naturally, people are angry. Neighbourhoods trashed, homes destroyed, businesses ransacked. It would no doubt be hard to find anybody who wasn’t angry. Yet personally, I can’t help but feel that this whole incident is being used to launch yet another assault on freedom in the land that gave the world the very principle. Over the past ten years we have witnessed an assault on our civil liberties like never before. With such assaults always arriving shortly after a major incident. In 2005 it was the London bombings. Now, it is the riots that have swept England.
It goes without saying that such pointless violence needs tough action to counter any chance of a repeat. But what I can’t help but wonder is how many of these powers will now be used to crack down on perfectly lawful forms of protest.
Take the Student fees demonstration for example, or for that matter any number of the anti-war demonstrations or even any future demonstration which may arise as recession grips the western world and the ordinary man on the street begins to feel the squeeze more and more. Where as before there would have been nothing the police could do other than contain the protestors and arrest any trouble makers. They now have the power to use water cannon and rubber bullets. Not forgetting the power to impose a blanket curfew. A measure which poses some very searching questions as to the very nature of our democracy.
This is of course not forgetting the news that 2,500 arrests have taken place since the riots and the claims that there are far too many examples of too harsh a sentences being doled out.
Granted, nobody would dream of saying that some of these people don't deserve to be imprisoned. Especially where violence and arson are concerned. But when you have single mothers being imprisoned for receiving a pair of looted shorts. Or people being given prison terms for stealing a bottle of water. Or for that matter, somebody who glorified and encouraged riots on Facebook (riots which never actually took place...the individual in questions friends claim it was just a joke) receiving four years for Incitement to Riot; questions do need to be asked about the needless severity, and in all too many cases, kneejerk sentencing decisions being made in our court's. Especially when you take into account the court's choice to imprison so many teenagers.
Personally, to think that we live in a society where it is considered immoral (not to mention illegal) to smack your child (which let's be honest, is all most of these kids need). Yet it is considered perfectly moral to imprison them. Ruining their education, destroying their prospects, criminalising them at a young age and creating all kinds of psychological damage in the process. Is indeed deeply shocking. And if you ask me, not only goes to demonstrate just how sick and twisted the British State has become. But also suggests that the recent riots to have gripped England are only the beginning of a lot more to come.
Posted by Danny Lake at 17:10