Nightmare of Communism in Croydon

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As reported on the BNP website


By David Furness

Recently I attended the successful British National Party demonstration at Lunar House in Croydon, South London

We were opposed by an assorted collection of Marxists, Socialists, and Communists (a detailed discussion of the differences between these sad people is beyond the scope of this article). We were shocked to see Communist flags and slogans.

I was also disturbed to hear the chant “No borders, no nations”.croydon_bnp_lunar_house_demo_001[1]

The political slogan “Workers of the world, unite!” (German: Proletarier aller Länder vereinigt Euch!) is one of the most famous rallying cries of Communism, found in the book ‘The Communist Manifesto’ (1848), by Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels.

This slogan was the USSR State motto (Пролетарии всех стран, соединяйтесь! Proletarii vsekh stran, soyedinyaytes’!); it appeared six times in the first version of the State Emblem of the Soviet Union.

The inscription “proletariats of the world, unite!” is in six languages – Russian, Ukrainian, Belarusian, Georgian, Armenian, Azerbaijani

No borders, no nations


The Marxists, Socialists and Communists kept chanting the phrase “no borders, no nations” over and over again.

This is because in their world they believe in the credo of Marxist proletarian internationalism. In their view, society is divided into the bourgeoisie (capitalists) and the proletariat (workers), which are hostile to each other.

It is assumed there are no borders or boundaries between workers of different nationalities and that all workers are united in the struggle against the common enemy (bourgeoisie). Marx believed that nations are the products of the capitalist era and so when capitalism is abolished then nations and nationalism will disappear.

However the world has moved on since 1848 and what the socialists and communists do not understand or comprehend is that the “proletariat” have a very real attachment to their national culture and heritage. Two world wars have shown that in time of conflict national attachments are stronger than class affiliation.


One hundred and sixty five years after the publication of The Communist Manifesto, the ideological war continues and it is the working class who are in the firing line. Unrestricted immigration has led to a lowering of wages and unemployment of the indigenous people, overcrowding, housing shortages, health services unable to cope, lack of school places, building on the green belt, ‘white flight’ – but unbelievably our opponents at the demo were shouting “More immigration!”

What happens if the working class of a country do not want to be colonised? Are they to be forced to accept colonisation? Will they be sent to jail? Will they be sent to re-education camps and given electric shock treatment?

Perhaps not but we do know our enemies have been playing the long game. For decades the far left have been infiltrating the professions:  the media, law and especially the teaching professions. This was done to brainwash the population.

British culture and heritage have been denigrated and we have witnessed the demonization of the white working class.  If we complain about being colonised or if we want to limit immigration then we are called ‘racists’. This mind control of the indigenous population has been going on for a very long time.

Did you know that the word racist was invented by Leon Trotsky (one of the architects of the global communism nightmare)?

It is ironic that a system that began with a desire to help the workers ended up as a murderous regime.

It is estimated that at least 100 million people have been murdered under Communism and yet, despite this and the collapse of the Soviet Union, there are still people in Britain who believe in this failed ideology. Let us not forget that these Marxists, Socialists and Communists are well established in the Labour Party.

It was the Labour Party that brought in millions of foreigners not only to increase Labour votes but also to change the racial makeup of the UK forever. Most of those in the upper echelons of the Labour Party believe in “No borders, no nations” so a vote for the Labour Party is a wasted vote if you want to stop or limit immigration

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