Richard Edmonds at NF Remembrance Day

Richard Edmonds’ statement: Remembrance Day, November 2014

Friends, Fellow Nationalists,

Today we pay tribute to those brave men and women who suffered and who gave their lives in the two world wars. We do not forget the bravery and the sacrifice of those men and women:

Those men who charged enemy machine-gun posts; those men who stormed up the Normandy beaches; those men who flew their planes into dangerous skies; those men of the Royal Navy and the Merchant Navy who sailed their ships across dark and dangerous oceans.

We do not forget the bravery of those men who faced Death on a thousand battle-fields and whose names are engraved on War-memorials from one end of the country to the other. Those men who marched away from every town, city and village, never to return.

Today may we their sons and daughters, their grandsons and their granddaughters draw Strength from their Patriotism, draw Strength from their Idealism, and draw Strength from their Sacrifice. We know that those dead heroes would turn in their graves if they could see what had become of Britain.

Let us say it: Those men were betrayed. The party politicians, the Traitor-politicians have destroyed the country. Our proud cities, London, Birmingham, Manchester, Bradford, Leeds, parts of South Wales, parts of Scotland turned into riot and permanent crime zones, where we the British are now in danger of becoming the minority in our own country.

This is the modern fight: the fight against the betrayal of Britain committed by the party politicians. This is the fight that the National Front has fought fifty years now. Friends, you are in good company when you join us. We fight for the White Man, for his family and for Britain.

May the courage of those brave men whom we honour today, may their courage inspire us now, as we face the inner-enemy, the politician-traitors of the old gang at Westminster.

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