British nationalism

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British nationalism

Contemporary organisations

Electoral party politics

Think tanks

Public enlightenment

The British nationalist movement has a long history of journals and other medias tied to a specific political personality, for instance A. K. Chesterton's Candour, John Tyndall's Spearhead, Arnold Leese's Gothic Ripples and various others. With the arrival of the information age in the early 2000s, these kind of publications became less popular and many turned to the internet. This had the advantage that, if websites were hosted in countries where freedom of speech is respected, in theory an uncensored message can be put out (in the United Kingdom, nationalist opinions have been criminalised by phony "hate speech" laws in some cases). The British National Party took advantage of this most prominently and their website is more popular than the ruling parties. They even developed a media format known as BNPtv where professional videos are posted online.

Popular British nationalist websites have included The British Resistance, Heretical Online, Majority Rights, Western Spring, White Independent Nation and others; Sven Longshanks, one of the writers for the popular Daily Stormer website is British and thus that American website has a lot of British content. There are also many blogs ran by members of nationalist parties and video channels on YouTube. There are two prominent British radio shows from a nationalist perspective; David Jones with the Atlantic Axis on the American Nationalist Network and Paul Hickman with the Voice of Albion on Renegade Broadcasting; these both tend to support the National Front. There are a variety of book publishing companies, typically from a New Right position, but also others; Arktos, Wermod and Wermod, Black Front Press, Historical Review Press and Steven Books.

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