Sunday, 29 September 2013

Socialism is National. Capitalism and Marxism are International

A grave mistake of many anti-Capitalists is to fall for the lie that the solution to the International disease which places people as servants of finance, is Marxism.  This is clearly wrong.  Marxism is but the same disease expressed using the lexicon of scientific and statistical analysis.

The greatest menace to all of humanity is Internationalism.  It doesn't matter one jot whether this is presented as Free Market Capitalism, or as Borderless Marxism, for it amounts to the same.  Those who exploit us through the use of the international banking system are more than happy to rub shoulders with those who speak about a universal brotherhood of man. 

For the Capitalist, the people are nothing but economic units who exist to serve as consumers and producers in the monopolised big business world.   For Capitalists, borders and nations are boundaries to trade, and so must be abolished.  When one considers the reality that the multinational corporations are steadily merging to create a single global corporation with no loyalty to nation, culture or people, the undeniable fact is that this differs from the Marxist dream of a world without frontiers, only in the propaganda used to justify it.

A great anti-Marxist and defender of humanity - a man who was judicially murdered by the international Marxist-Capitalist cabal - William Joyce succinctly summed up the true nature of Socialism thus,

"Nationalism stands for the nation and Socialism for the people.  Unless the people are identical with the nation, all politics and all statecraft are a waste of time.  A people without a nation are a helpless flock...a nation without people is an abstract nothing or a historical ghost."

The only safeguard from universal slavery is the natural unity of the people with the land to which they belong.  Only borders and the sacred unity of blood and soil can stand in the way of Internationalism.  Karl Marx was no friend of the working man.  He was a materialist, fighting for the imposition of a global materialistic system.  By sleight of hand he simultaneously expressed opposition to Capitalism whilst ensuring those who followed his dogma would implement Capitalism in its purest form.  His most disastrous legacy has been his theft of the term Socialism, which his followers have employed in support of an international agenda which is identical with multinational corporatism, aka, Capitalism.

True Socialism cannot be anything but National.  Socialism is the continuity and advancement of the People, and the protection of their cultural, spiritual, ethnic, linguistic unity.  Marxism Is Capitalism, and is the opposite of Socialism.  Marx was a willing tool of the Bankers and their ilk.  All Socialists must spit on his memory and take every opportunity to distance his lies from free, organic Socialism. 

Monday, 23 September 2013

William Cobbett - Socialist Hero

William Cobbett was a genuine Socialist hero.  Cobbett raised the Red Flag before Karl Mordechai Levy, alias Marx, befouled the Earth with his presence.  Unlike the odious man who has become synonymous with Socialism, Cobbett was no lackey of Capitalism and did not relegate humanity to mere pawns of the materialistic system, which is the enemy of all people, regardless of whether it calls itself Finance Capitalism or Marxism.
William Cobbett saw that the Stock Market was an evil which had to be undone if people were to be free.  He was right in the 18th and 19th Centuries, and he is right today.
Cobbett in his own words:
''All property has its origin in labour. Labour itself is property; the root of all other property; and unhappy is that community, where labourer and poor man are synonymous terms. No man is essentially poor: poor and rich are relative terms; and if the labourer have his due, and be in good health, in the vigour of life, and willing to labour, to make him a poor man there must be some defect in the government of the community in which he lives. Because the produce of his labour would of itself produce a sufficiency of every thing needful for himself and family. The labouring classes must always form nine-tenths of a people; and what a shame it must be, what an imputation on the rulers, if nine-tenths of the people be worthy of the name of poor! It is impossible that such a thing can be, unless there be an unfair and an unjust distribution of the profits of labour. Labour produces every thing that is good upon the earth; it is the cause of every thing that men enjoy of worldly possessions; when, therefore, the strong and the young engage in labour and cannot obtain from it a sufficiency to keep them out of the ranks of the poor, there must be something greatly amiss in the management of the community; something that gives to the few an unjust and cruel advantage over the many; and surely, unless we assume the character of beasts of prey, casting aside all feelings of humanity, all love of country, and all regard for the ordinances of God, we must sincerely regret, and anxiously endeavour to remove, such an evil, whenever we may find it to exist. The man who can talk about the honour of his country, at a time when its millions are in a state little short of famine; and when that is, too, apparently their permanent state, must be an oppressor in his heart; must be destitute of all the feelings of shame and remorse; must be fashioned for a despot, and can only want the power to act the character in its most tragical scenes.''    (Thirteen Sermons (1822))
Cobbett had a genuine love for his own people.  He equally despised those who sought (and still seek) our ruination.  He was an avowed anti-materialist and anti-internationalist.  William Cobbett remains an inspiration to us all.  In these tragic days when the International Capitalist-Marxist filth portray themselves as 'socialists' it is essential that we look back to the time before the enemies of society usurped the terminology which describes the love of society - Socialism.
William Cobbett was a proud Englishman who campaigned for the betterment of the Working Man; both in working conditions and education.  he is an example of True Socialism which we must all take to our hearts.  He was the very opposite of the foul internationalism which so many have been tricked into following.
Anyone who is serious about seeking a Socialist solution to our problems must research William Cobbett.  Don't be tricked into following the Capitalist slime, Marx and Engels.  They hated the Working Class, just as much as they feigned hatred for the money class to which they belonged by blood and by allegiance.

Friday, 6 September 2013

Why SWPE? What's in a name?

The SWPE is a genuine Socialist organisation.  It has been noted that our name is similar to a Marxist group in England, called the SWP. This has raised a number of questions, including,

  1. Are you in any way linked to the SWP?
  2. Why are you called the SWPE?
  3. Doesn't it cause confusion having a name which is so close to another organisation?
These are good questions which must be answered, and so they shall be!

  1. The SWP is a Marxist party which serves the interest of the British State.  It provides proxy fighters via the UAF (formerly ANL) to attack anyone who is critical of the government's internationalist direction.  The SWPE, in contrast, is formed of people wholly opposed to the lies of Marxism.  We affirm the reality that Socialism is a natural state of existence, which goes beyond materialism.  We affirm that Socialism cannot exist except within the protective womb of an autonomous ethnically homogenous nation-state.  We oppose all Internationalists,, understanding as we do, that Internationalism means Death for Society, and the victory of money over people.  We are indefatigable opponents of the likes of the UAF who we know to be the agents of the State, and in many cases a Secret police apparatus.
  2. The SWPE name comes from the merger of a number of smaller organisations, including the British Socialist Party (BSP) and the Free Workers' League (FWL).  As we are a movement for the return of England to natural Socialism, the name England is a part of our identity.  We are Socialists and we fight for the Workers.  The name is appropriate so we use it.
  3. The SWPE is close to the SWP in name only.  In England there are organisations such as the Liberal Democrats, Literal Democrats, Liberal Party, National Liberal Party, and the Labour Party and Socialist Labour Party.  No one confuses the various Liberals (and literals!), or the Labour formations, so why should the SWP and SWPE be confused?
A name is just a label to work under.  What matters is the achievement of our goals.  These are ultimately encapsulated by one overall goal, which is the end of Marxism and its twin, Capitalism, and the return of English Socialism.  If the Marxist fakers of the SWP object to our name, then let them change theirs!  We are Socialist, not Marxists.  The SWP are Internationalist Marxists and have no business using the word Socialist in their title.