The Norwich Manifesto
We are governed by people we have not
elected. Our children pass through an ‘education machine’ that
strips them of their communal culture and identity. They emerge with a
‘White British’ identity and total ignorance of their communal origins
and history. They are conditioned to believe many strange things
and they are conditioned to condemn those who say otherwise.
We live in a state that denies our
existence and ignores our wishes. The British ruling class pursues its
own interests and in doing so manipulates opinion to suit those
interests. It tells big lies and it tells them often. It tells us that
everyone born in England is English. It tells us that immigration
is good for us. It tells us that our way-of-life is dull and
inferior to others. It tells us that we cannot govern ourselves.
It tells us there is no alternative. It tells us that pigs
The state acts as if it is our master
and we its servants. It demands our loyalty but gives us none.
It demands that we obey.
All of this must end and we will do our best to play a part in the downfall. We need your help!
Our immediate goals are -
1. The creation of a parliament and
government for England that has at least the same powers as the
Scottish Parliament and government.
2. Recognition by the British state of
the existence of the ethnic English. A start should be made by
including an ethnic - English tick box on census and ethnic monitoring
3. An end to immigration - except in
very special cases, including the return to England of people of
English heritage and descent. The removal from England of those
who have no legal right to be here – including those involved in shame
4. The restoration, as far as is
possible, of English sovereignty – which means that we should be able
to elect those who make our laws and enforce them. Points 1
and 3 require that England adopts a new relationship with the EU.
5. The creation of an education system
that makes it possible for all children to develop their natural skills
and fulfil their potential. This would include tackling the
special problems faced by English working class children. Their
self-esteem and achievements will greatly increase when they learn that
they belong to a real living community family with a long history and
Foundation for a Policy Statement / Manifesto
If a community is to survive and
prosper it needs to produce children; pass on its way-of-life from one
generation to the next; defend its cultural and physical space.
The English community is failing to properly do any of these things .
The reasons for this are many but an important factor is the
determination of the British establishment and state to deny the
existence of the English community.
- State schools fail to teach our children anything about our
communal origins and history. The children of settlers are
encouraged to take a pride in their heritage but English children are
denied their heritage and have a ‘White British’ identity foisted on
them. Such discrimination and social engineering is widespread.
- The existence of our community is denied by the British state – we
are statistically and politically invisible. The Office for
National Statistics, and other branches of the state, promote an
inclusive English identity but resolutely refuse to acknowledge and
record the existence of the English community. This gives rise to
widespread institutional discrimination against the English. For
example, unlike other ethnic groups we receive no state funding or
special service provision, and there are no policies aimed at meeting
the needs of the English community.
- The British establishment denies the same recognition to England as
it does to Scotland and Wales. England, Scotland and Wales are all
countries – they are all political and cultural units but England is
not recognised as such.
- The British establishment denies the people of England the right to
have a parliament of their own. The excuses given for such unfair
and undemocratic obstruction make it clear that the establishment puts
its own interests above those of the people.
- All nations need a physical space - a homeland - in which to live
according to their customs without interference from outsiders.
They also need the cultural space in which to freely express their
communal identity and way-of-life. All nations living in their
homeland have the right to expect their government to defend their
territory and way-of-life. The British establishment has failed
us in every respect.
- Nations living in their homeland have a right to expect and demand
that their communal values and customs are woven into the public
culture. The English are denied that right. Instead we are
expected to deny our identity, culture and freedoms so that others are
able to freely enjoy theirs.
- Our birth rate is plummeting and many of our children lack any
sense of communal identity. This is in contrast with an ever
increasing number of settlers who, on the whole, have a very strong
sense of community and identity, and a high birth rate.
- The British establishment has promoted a progressive dogma that is
destructive of family and communal ties. It has sought to replace
informal communal sanctions with formal laws and regulations.
These can never replace the complex communal ties and controls that
evolution and culture have created.
- The British establishment has promoted and acted on the myth of an
interdependent global market place that brings wealth to all and
maximises happiness. Clearly it brings a lot more wealth and
happiness to some than others - the distribution is not based on any
measure of need or worth. A good ‘standard of living’ is
important but there is more to a happy and content life than work and
consumption. A sense of communal identity and belonging are at
least as important – along with freedom of expression and democratic
institutions. All of these are compromised and made subservient
to the interests of those who profit from moving capital, goods and
labour around the globe.
- The underlying cause of the catastrophe that has afflicted our
country and community is that the British establishment does not feel
any sense of loyalty to us. We are deemed to be economic units
that can be manipulated and replaced as suits the needs of the
establishment. We are but cannon fodder in a completion for power
and influence. It is this outlook that has encouraged a never ending
flow of settlers into our country. Some of the settlers save the
state training costs but most serve to keep down labour costs.
- The English have been opposed to mass immigration but nonetheless
our towns and cities have been transformed beyond recognition.
Opposition has been suppressed by a British establishment that
instructs us to rejoice at the destruction. Our children know
nothing else and are easily persuaded that England has always been full
of people from every corner of the Earth. Their hearts would ache
if they knew the inheritance that has been stolen from them.
- Communities need a wide assortment of people to do a wide variety
of jobs. We need to develop a mixed economy that is able to
provide jobs for people with different natural talents and skills. Not
everyone is suited to working in call-centres, advertising or banking.
We are in greater need of firemen, mechanics, doctors, soldiers,
engineers, nurses, and scientists. With a healthy birth rate and
reasonable rates of pay there would be no need to import labour.
We managed in the past and we can manage again.
- We seek a democratic political system where the government and the
state are our servants and not our masters. We are entitled to elect
those who make and enforce laws – and we are entitled to dismiss them.
This right is incompatible with membership of the European Union
and the United Kingdom. Our aim is government of the people by
the people for the people – not government of the people by the
establishment for the establishment.
- We seek just reward and status for those who do their best to be
economically and socially self-reliant. When ill-fortune prevents
this, welfare should be provided for the deserving. Those who are
prepared to work to the best of their ability should enjoy respect and
receive such financial reward as will enable them to have and support
children in a family. Our community should be encouraged to have
- We want to provide children with an education that enables them to
fulfil their potential and be self-confident. We want them to
have a strong communal identity and the freedom to express it.
Such children will be more fulfilled and happy that those who
know only a solitary existence dedicated to the consumption of goods
and services. Life in a community helps people to learn to care
for and respect others.
- The economic wellbeing of a community is of course important but
the citizens of a rich state do not necessarily enjoy more wealth or
happiness than those of a less rich state. Economic welfare has
to be matched by cultural welfare and a secure sense of communal
belonging. English history, culture and language should be
central to state education and the public culture in England.
This will help restore in the English a belief that the state
cares for their interests and welfare.
- There should be a supply of good affordable housing that makes possible the rearing of happy and self-confident children.
- There should be a health service that provides good healthcare for all.
- Those who earn a good name for themselves and their community
should, in old age, be treated with respect and we should ensure that
they are able to gain the means to live a decent life.
- The state should be responsible for ensuring that strategic
industries and utilities meet the needs of our economy and domestic
- There should be a police service that meets the needs of the community and does not act primarily as a tool of the state.
- We need armed forces whose first purpose is to defend our homeland – and not to engage in aggressive wars abroad.