Well what I expected to happen, happened.
The BNP crashed and burnt losing almost all its sitting councillors and gaining no new ones (except parish councillors who are unelected).
The EDP who everyone were touting as the new kids on the block, vrashed and burned apart from a couple of wins.
The UKIP never broke through into the mainstream - AGAIN !
THE PROBLEM IS SIMPLE - THE ANSWER IS CLEAR.
BEFORE THE PUBLIC WILL VOTE FOR NATIONALIST PARTIES - THE PUBLIC HAVE TO BE NATIONALISED !
The failure of modern nationalism has been its failure to think outside the box the media keeps it in.
Before the public will vote for nationalist parties, they have to be supportive of nationalists in their communities and nationalism as an ideology.
Therefore the primary requirement is that COMMUNITY ACTIVISM IS THE PREREQUISITE TO BEING VOTED INTO POWER.
Before the public, who have been conditioned all the way through school to despise nationalism, who have been told that any sort of community consciousness amongst the indigenous British equates to racism and who are conditioned by constant media programme to regard nationalism as akinj to Nazism, will vote for nationalist parties - first of all they have to get to know nationalists personally in their communities, trust them as people, get used to nationalists and nationalist politics in their own communities and ONLY then they will they vote for them.
We cannot undermine or defeat the power of the media - therefore we must bypass the media and go straight to the public in communities.
First of all that requires COMMUNITY BUILDING - in other words we must create for our people as sense that they are part of a community.
Only the indigenous British people do not have a sense of being part of a community - therefore they do not vote as a communmity.
Before our people will vote for nationalists as a community they must first think of themselves as being part of a community.
The nationalists have tried to run before they can walk - and have stood in election after election without first nationalising their communities, and hence they do not get voted into power to represent those people.
I will explain more in later posts.
But just remember this - cultural nationalism has as its main aim and strategic goal THE NATIONALISATION OF OUR COMMUNITIES NOT JUST STANDING ON ELECTIONS and hence it plays the long goame towards power - as opposed to the constant failure of the obsolete model of nationalism, both British and English, that arrogantly expects the broken, atomised and shattered white British and English communities to vote us into power just because we stand in an election.