Great Britain is in the midst of its biggest cultural and identity crisis. Its coronavirus lockdown policy has kept native Britons under house arrest while the borders remain open. The cultural Marxist left has broken this lockdown to demand the removal of statues of historical British figures.
Nationalists in Britain face their biggest uphill battle to save the nation as they know it and are up against the entire political and global establishment out to demonize and destroy them. On the midweek edition of WilmsFront my guest is veteran British nationalist activist and politician Nick Griffin.
At the end of the show I breakdown the figures in Victoria’s coronavirus spike with the outbreak hotspots in Melbourne’s far north-west. It has resulted in Chairman Dan Andrews delaying relaxing business restrictions and tightening social gathering limits.
About Nick Griffin
Nick Griffin was the face of British nationalism at the turn of the 21st century. He was the chairman of the British National Party from 1999 to 2014 and was elected a member of the European Parliament in 2009 for North West England serving until 2014. After his departure, the BNP experienced a rapid decline.
Nick has been active in British nationalist politics and activism since the 1970s when he joined the National Front. Nick still contributes to public debate via his Twitter account and telegram channel.