It is with great regret that we learn of the death in London of Ivor Kenna, an Anti-Revisionist and campaigner for national rights. He died on Thursday, 3rd June. As Flo Kenna has told us: “He really enjoyed your publications”. Ivor was born on 28th July 1931, so he just missed his 90th birthday. Flo and her husband were true comrades: they were married for sixty years. A sad loss.
I was very interested to read Brendan Clifford’s quotation from Sir Charles Dilke: “The Anglo-Saxon is the only extirpating race on earth” . The Anglo-Saxons extirpated the Maoris, until the Maoris stopped them, the Australian aborigines to some extent, the Tasmanians complete, the North American nations, to some extent.
New Zealand, Australia, Tasmania and North America are in temperate climes, suitable for Anglo-Saxon settlement.
Nearer home there were white Christian nations to deal with. If the inhabitants were prepared to become English-speaking they would play a useful role in the British Armed Forces alongside Englishmen in conquering as much of the world as possible.
The Cornish were to be treated as English (see John Angarrack’s book Our Future Is History).
The Scottish and Welsh languages were banged out of their speakers by such devices as the Welsh Not.
Ireland was more of a problem. Seventeenth century English population experts such as Petty seriously discussed getting rid of the Irish out of Ireland by any means necessary and settling English people there.
Later on in the 1840s, potato blight spread remarkably quickly to Ireland and North-West Scotland, leaving England untouched.
The Penal Laws did have some success in turning Catholics into Protestants.
Henry of Navarre, who turned Catholic to become King of France said “Paris is worth a mass”.
Irish people who turned Protestant were of the opinion that material possessions and higher social status are worth not having a mass.