Black immigrant population of USA set to double by 2060

Most people assume that the black population of the USA has lived there for generations and is largely descended from slaves, while they associate immigration into the USA with Asians and Hispanics.

However, a new analysis of census figures today shows that the black immigrant population of the USA (the largest numbers coming from Jamaica or Haiti, but also including many varieties of African) is already about 4.6 million and could more than double to 9.5 million by 2060.

At present about one in ten black Americans are immigrants; with another 9% being only second generation. So that makes almost one in five black Americans who are only fairly recent arrivals.

These immigration trends combine with other demographic factors adding to the pressure on European Americans.

The Pew Research Center points out that between 1980 and 2019, the nation’s black population grew by 20 million.

In the recently published issue 106 of H&D, James Knight explains that less than 58% of the US population is now made up of European-Americans, and discusses possible solutions for the White crisis.

Obituary – Stanley Oliver Webb

We recently heard of the sad death of Stan Webb (known affectionately as “Webbie” by his many friends and comrades), who was the chairman of Worcester British Movement branch in the early 1980s (H&D editor Mark Cotterill was the BM branch organiser at the time). Stan stood as BM election candidate twice in local council elections in Worcester: in Nunnery ward – which was a by-election, where he polled 1.1% – and in Claines ward in the main May elections – where he polled 1.3% (Mark was his election agent on both occasions).

These were not great votes by any standard, however it raised the profile of the BM in Worcester, and brought in new members, as a result of the election leaflets and publicity in the local newspaper and radio station.

Stan is far right with beer glass! At a nationalist meeting in Birmingham circa. 1983

Stan was born in the late 1950s, and had a hard start in life, being raised by grandmother and uncle in the St. Stephens area of Worcester, from being a baby to his late teens. He attended Bishop Perowne Church of England School (the same as Mark) and went on to have a successful career as a removal man, with Pickfords. He had a keen interest in politics and history from an early age. He flirted with the NF in the mid 1970s but was put off by what he claimed was their “anti-Europe attitude” and “narrow minded nationalism,” so I guess the BM was his natural home at the time.

Sadly Stan was a heavy drinker, and could be found most evenings inside one of Worcester’s many Banks’s pubs which probably shortened his life and was his eventual downfall.

H&D offers our thoughts, prayers and condolences to his family.

The famous British Movement march through Worcester in June 1982

New remake of old (1919) medal

One of our readers in Bangor (County Down) has had these enamel pin badges made up (20mm diameter – gold brooch pin back fitting). It’s a round badge with a Union Flag in the centre, on a gold background. In the outer-circle are the words “ONE FLAG” at the top; and “ONE PARLIAMENT” at the bottom; in gold lettering, on a back background. The badge has a nice gold trim.

The badge is a re-make of a 1919 medal, produced by Unionists in Ireland pre-partition, to oppose “Home Rule”. They supported just ONE Parliament – the one in London, and just ONE flag – the Union Flag of Great Britain and Ireland (as it was back then).

He was given the medal (which badly needs repairing now) by his late father – who had it given to him by his father in the 1940s. He hopes to leave it to one of his sons, but would like it repaired first. If anybody knows of anywhere that could repair the enamel on it please let me know?

Anyway, back to the NEW badges, he has just had made (50% of the profits will go to H&D). These are on sale for only £3.00 each (or two for £5.00) – plus £1.50 p&p (UK only) – for overseas sales please contact me re postage charges. If you are interested please email heritageanddestiny@yahoo.com

The truth at last! How British codebreakers fought Jewish terror

Britain’s famous codebreaking centre at Bletchley Park: equivalent efforts against Jewish terrorist codes were until now far less well known

In the latest of a series of stunning developments at the UK National Archives, H&D‘s Peter Rushton last week became the first person outside the British intelligence and security services to view documents that had been Top Secret for 75 years.

These files record successful efforts by British codebreakers in the 1940s to crack codes used by Zionist organisations which were fighting a brutal war of terrorism and subversion against the British Mandate in Palestine.

They show close connections between Zionist Jews belonging to ostensibly rival, ‘moderate’ and ‘extremist’ factions, but in reality working together on major terrorist operations.

They shed light on bribery and blackmail used by Zionist gangs to undermine criminal investigations.

And they even offer some evidence of Jewish terrorists plotting ‘reprisal’ attacks in the Middle East against German prisoners of war, eighteen months after the end of the Second World War.

The latest archival discoveries are part of a continuing fight for real history. That war for historical truth continues: click here to read its latest episode, Peter Rushton’s ‘Illicit Signals Palestine – The Ispal Codes’.

Sir Gyles Isham – baronet, actor, historian, and head of Britain’s intelligence war in Jerusalem against Zionist terror

Is Nigel Farage plotting yet another comeback?

Nigel Farage resigned several times and made several comebacks as leader of UKIP and then the Brexit Party – is he going to be tempted back?

Prof Matthew Goodwin, one of Britain’s leading academic commentators on the partly connected worlds of Brexit and civic nationalism, published an article this morning speculating that Nigel Farage – former leader of the United Kingdom Independence Party and the Brexit Party, and seen as a main architect of Brexit – is planning a return to front-line politics.

It’s easy to see why Farage might be tempted back into the political limelight. Despite his referendum triumph in 2016, his Conservative rivals in the pro-Brexit camp – Boris Johnson, Michael Gove, and their backroom guru Dominic Cummings – took far more of the credit and political benefit. Johnson remains for the moment Prime Minister, Gove is among the potential candidates to succeed him, and Cummings (despite his own acrimonious exit from the corridors of power) probably sees himself as kingmaker in the next Conservative leadership contest.

Meanwhile Farage failed even to be elected an MP, and is now a television presenter for the often risibly inept GB News.

Farage is tipped to return to party politics as part of Reform UK led by his former aide Richard Tice (seen above in Sidcup during a recent failed by-election campaign).

There are only two decent reasons to be in politics: either to win, or to make a serious and consistent contribution to an ideological legacy that one day might win. Farage has done neither, and that failure probably annoys him.

This week’s latest of many scandals that might just sink Boris Johnson will simultaneously add to Farage’s temptation. Is there a gap in the political market?

The short answer is yes, there is a political vacuum on what some would call the ‘right-wing’; but no, Nigel Farage is no longer the man to fill it.

In the Brexit era, Farage’s parties could be all things to all voters, with their ideological hollowness and opportunism disguised by an overriding focus on Brexit.

Yet behind all the populist banter, Farage and his inner circle were and remain essentially sub-Thatcherite libertarians. Their ideal post-Brexit Britain did not involve anything resembling racial nationalism, but rather a ‘Singapore-on-Thames’ built on low taxes, a smaller state, and continuing mass immigration to hold down wages.

Nigel Farage (above left) with his party’s Manchester mayoral candidate, Rabbi Shneur Odze, who was later disgraced by scandal.

The Reform UK party which Farage helped create is very obviously based on that type of ‘free market’ ideology, which has little or no appeal to most of the northern working-class who voted for Brexit in 2016 and in large numbers for Boris Johnson’s Tories in 2019. That’s one reason why Reform UK has failed so badly, and though Farage would certainly be a more charismatic leader than its president frontman Richard Tice, he is unlikely to make any dramatic difference.

If Johnson really is finished, the short-term winners will be the Labour Party, not Reform UK or any other Farage party. And the long-term challenge to the political establishment will have to come from a racial nationalist force rising from the ashes of the BNP, not from the remnants of UKIP and the Brexit Party.

Jewish actress Maureen Lipman in race row over film about Israeli PM

The latest politically correct row in the acting profession has come from an unexpected quarter.  In issue 96 of H&D, a professional actor and longstanding racial nationalist using the pseudonym ‘Jack Antonio’ wrote about the insidious development of colour-blind casting in an article titled ‘Fade to Black – The darkening of our screens and its part in the theft of our past and our future’.

The reason he had to use a pseudonym is that publicly expressing such views would instantly have ended his stage and screen career, since he would be damned as a ‘racist’.

Yet this week one of Britain’s most instantly recognisable Jewish actresses has expressed equivalent views, objecting to a non-Jewess – Helen Mirren – being cast as former Israeli Prime Minister Golda Meir.

The 1990s Disney version of fairytale ‘Cinderella’ was a prime example of ‘colour-blind’ casting’s absurdity, but didn’t offend Ms Lipman

Maureen Lipman has a long record of outspoken political activism in support of what she sees as Jewish and Zionist interests, and has regularly used newspaper columns for this purpose.  In 2005 she used her Guardian column to attack historian David Irving, and described H&D writer Lady Michèle Renouf as “a well-known racist”.

Is Ms Lipman now indulging in her own ‘racism’ at the expense of a fellow actress?

If so, she might be surprised by the stranger than fiction story of Helen Mirren’s gentile family and its curious connections with secret Jewish history in the mid-20th century.

Just a day after discovering a secret story of Zionist subversion that led to Jews being banned from recruitment to British intelligence, H&D’s Peter Rushton has been sent back to the archives to tell the true family story of Helen Mirren.

Click here to read – Spies, Crooks and Prime Ministers: strange Zionist connections in the family and career of Helen Mirren

Released after 70 years: the true story of how British intelligence banned Jewish recruits

Seventy years ago a document recording discussions at the highest level of British intelligence was locked away.

This week it was released at the UK National Archives, where H&D‘s Peter Rushton became the first person outside the UK intelligence bureaucracy to read it.

This document forms part of a long-term research project into decades of complex relationships between International Zionism and the British secret state, and H&D readers will learn much more of the historical context and importance of these discoveries later this year.

But we thought it important to publish analysis of this new document as soon as possible: so click here to read Peter Rushton’s article ‘Anti-semitism’ or duty? British intelligence and the secret banning of Jews.

For more on this and other developing stories, whether historical, cultural or political, subscribe to Heritage and Destiny magazine. While we are expanding our social media and other online operations, our main focus will continue to be on bringing out six issues each year of the 32-page magazine, which has now reached Issue 106.

The war criminal or the anti-terrorist hero: guess which one the Queen has honoured?

Two years ago one of the few outstanding heroes of the war against terrorism was murdered – not by Islamic State, Al Qaeda or any such group but by a US drone strike at Baghdad’s International Airport.

General Qassem Soleimani and his colleague, Iraqi anti-terrorist commander Abu Mahdi al-Muhandis, had been the most successful leaders of the war to exterminate ISIL – Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant.

If anyone doubted that takfiri groups such as ISIL serve the interests of International Zionism, this assassination carried out on the orders of Donald Trump in consultation with his Israeli ally Benjamin Netanyahu, surely confirmed it.

During recent days a series of events across the region have commemorated the martyrdom of Qassem Soleimani and Abu Mahdi al-Muhandis.

Here in London, with truly sick irony, the second anniversary of these murders was marked instead by an announcement from Buckingham Palace that the Queen was honouring Tony Blair by making him a Knight of the Garter, an order dating back to the 14th century.

This gesture might already have backfired, as it has sparked a surge of outrage even from some Britons who had begun to forget the war crimes of twenty years ago. A public petition to rescind the honour has already reached close to 500,000 signatures – readers can sign the petition here.

UPDATE: A breaking news story that will feature in tomorrow’s Daily Mail will surely add to the pressure against Blair’s ‘honour’. According to Geoff Hoon – former Defence Secretary and once a key Blair ally – he was ordered to burn a secret memo advising that the Iraq war could be illegal.

Read the full story at the Daily Mail website.

Spain maintains ‘blackface’ tradition despite PC ‘outrage’

Later this week a seasonal tradition will be maintained in Spain despite politically correct ‘outrage’.

This is the ‘Three Kings’ festival associated with the Christian Feast of Epiphany and the biblical story of the three Magi – often referred to as ‘kings’ or ‘wise men’ who travelled to visit the baby Jesus.

Across Spain colourful parades will be held, followed by feasting and the opening of presents.

At each of these parades, Spaniards will dress up as the Three Kings – Melchior, Caspar and Balthasar.

And the woke problem is that traditionally Balthasar has been represented as a negro, so those playing his part wear ‘blackface’, now regarded as ‘racist’.

This traditional identification of Balthasar as black dates back to one of the first English historians, the Northumbrian monk Bede who died in 735. Bede identified the Three Kings as representatives of the three sons of Noah – in other words the forefathers of the three racial groups that populated Europe, Asia and Africa.

‘Blackface’ traditions in the English Morris Dancing tradition have been under attack

H&D readers will quickly perceive how all of this creates problems in the politically correct 21st century!

The good news is that so far Spain has resisted pressure to abandon their traditions in the name of political correctness. If only our own English traditions had been so steadfastly defended.

Unfortunately, similar traditions in England have been abandoned in recent years. For example just last week the Silurian Border Morrismen changed their Boxing Day tradition and for the first time painted their faces green rather than black. This is just the latest example of an attack on English traditions, that has particularly targeted Morris men.

But to end on a positive note, as we are still celebrating the New Year holiday – head over to our new Instagram account to see a newly subtitled version of the great nationalist song Cara al Sol (‘Facing the Sun’) especially appropriate for this time of year as having bid farewell to the old year, we hail the new year in optimistic spirit.

H&D Issue 106 Published

The new issue (#106) of Heritage and Destiny magazine is out now. The 32-page, January-February 2022 issue, has as its lead:

European Americans now make up less than 58% of the USA and will be a minority in ten years

Issue 106

January – February 2022

Contents include:

  • Editorial – by Mark Cotterill
  • US Getting Less White According to 2020 Census – by James Knight
  • Justice – Lady Renouf’s Victory at Dresden – by Dr James Thring
  • Christianity Examined – by Chalmers W. Macleod
  • “Truth is no Defence” How Lady Birdwood made British legal history – by Peter Rushton
  • Doug Christie – the ‘battling barrister’ who terrified the establishment – by Peter Rushton
  • Obituary – Ian David Carser – 1968 – 2021 – by Mark Cotterill
  • 2021 Traditional Britain Group Conference – report by Tony Paulsen
  • Movie Review: The Many Saints of Newark – reviewed by Mark Cotterill
  • Le Pen dynasty’s forty-year grip on French right loosens – by Peter Rushton
  • A short history of French-Canadian nationalism – by Rémi Tremblay
  • Book Review: Sins Of My Father: Growing Up With America’s Most Dangerous White Supremacist – By Kelvin Pierce – reviewed by Mark Cotterill
  • Obituary – John Bean 1927- 2021 – by Peter Rushton
  • Bill Baillie remembers his old friend and comrade JB
  • Two full pages of readers’ letters.
  • Movement News – Latest analysis of the nationalist movement – by Peter Rushton.

If you would like a sample copy please send £5.00 / $10.00 or for a year’s (6 issues) subscription, send £32.00 (UK) – $60.00 (USA) – £40.00/$60.00 (Rest of World).

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