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Anglo-Saxon Foundation - Click here to find out more
After some thought, I've decided to shut down the Witan. The decision follows the fact that a few Witan members have left the site, and also due to the fact that those that are left, aren't active that much. It's nothing personal against any Witan members, I just feel that it has run its course.
All former Witan members have automatically been placed in the Shieldwall group.
I hope any former Witan members that have left come back and visit in the future. I can assure you that the Englisc Gateway is not, and never will be a Nazi site. It's an open forum, for open discussion. The forum has always been based around free speech, and I don't plan on changing this policy.
The English-Gateway is hosting an informative PDF document on behalf of Steed and Weland. Please feel free to download it, print it and spread the word.
We are the English. A simple statement. Neither you nor I can deny the truth of that - or reasonably claim that there is no English ethnicity or Nation. Ever since the ancestors of the modern English people crossed the north sea and conquered a new homeland, that land has had their name: England, Land of the English.
Yet a quick glance shows that the modern system we live under ignores the truth of that simple statement - there is neither an English Parliament to provide equal representation to inhabitants of England, nor any recognition of the English folk as a separate ethnicity on the United Kingdom census. The British government goes as far as to deny that the British Isles contain any native peoples. Perhaps this is because in recognising the ethnically English as the native people would entitle them - under a United Nations declaration - to the right "not to be subjected to forced assimilation or destruction of their culture"1 . Or the right to "control... their educational systems"2 and "To belong to an indigenous community or nation."3
Do you feel you have been granted these rights? Neither do we.
These are hard times to be English. In a time of widespread unemployment, being denied a job because of our ethnicity4 bites deep. In a time when our culture is under threat, being denied the right to fly our people's flag cuts to the bone5. With an uncertain future ahead, having to send our children to a school where they will be last in line for help - while time and money is lavished on other ethnic groups - is heartbreaking6. Knowing that our ethnicity puts us at the back of the queue for welfare and council housing7 - welfare paid for by OUR taxes, houses built by OUR men - is a slap in the face.
For those that are planning to attend the Battle event this year, here's a recap of last years and the 2010 meet. Thanks to Penda Of Teotta's Halh for the video.
As you can see, it's a great family event and I personally highly recommend it if you're able to get there. Plenty of ale, food and good company.
Spong Hill is an Anglo-Saxon burial site located in Norfolk. The main excavation of the site was carried out between the 1960s and the 1980s. The site contains 2441 burials and 2400 artefacts. Of the artefacts recovered, Spong Man has to be the greatest find, although other items range from gaming pieces to brooches and even a sword.
After reading through my daughter's school history homework, I was astounded by the fact that for the last four months, the curriculum has been focused entirely on black slavery. There's obviously nothing in her homework to balance it out, i.e the discussion of any other form of slavery. On a side note, she was taught about the Magna Carta, although that managed to make up a measly half a page.
She didn't have a clue about white slavery, and I'm going to bet on the fact that 99% of school children won't know about it either. Also, her homework portrays all slave masters as evil, greedy white devils. What about the black slave masters? This is just another example of equality and government brainwashing, not to mention the white guilt issues that our children will have embedded in their heads.
Isn't it time these chains were broken? I've written to the teacher to ask if my daughter could now be taught about the white slave trade, although I won't be holding my breath.
Shouldn't blacks be apologising to blacks? Shouldn't Muslims be apologising to the world? White guilt? not in my house.
73 year old disabled Margaret Walker has been summoned to court for distributing a factual leaflet highlighting anti-white bias, political correctness and muslim paedophile gangs. Further proof that freedom of speech no longer exists in England, and that we now live in a police state. We'd like to congratulate Margaret on her courage and efforts made to expose those responsible. We'd also like to express our disgust at all the jobsworths involved in their attempts to brandish her with an ASBO.
Help campaign for a re-trial of the defendants and get Justice for Charlene.
If anybody is able to attend, please do as support is needed.
What is equality and who benefits?
Equality :- The state of being equal, esp. in status, rights, and opportunities.
Is this true for England and indeed the UK as a whole? Are we treated equally? Do the English have the same opportunities and equal status as the increasing black and ethnic "minority" population? The answer to that question is no. The English, and indeed whites in general rarely have any support groups. Blacks and ethnic "minorities" on the other hand have a bewildering amount of support groups and websites. I say ethnic minorities, as that's the term used by the leftist media and government do-gooders to describe the population that is outside the majority. In England, the ethnic (or white) English are clearly the majority, so therefore we can't possibly have the need for any support groups. However, the ethnic English are only the majority in England. Take into the account the world population, and the ethnic English are then seen as an ethnic minority. This is also common throughout other white nations.
The left will argue that we don't need support groups. We're the majority and immigration isn't a threat. Now considering our numbers are falling both in England and worldwide, and that the non-white population is on the increase, I'd assume that we can only arrive at one conclusion. The English are already a world minority, and given the current figures we will also become a minority within England. As stated previously, this is also true for other white nations.
A summary (snippet) of The Battle of Flodden Field aka the Battle of Branxton Moor.
To tell you plaine, twelve thousand were slaine,
that to the fight did stand;
And many prisoners tooke that day,
the best in all Scotland.
That day made many a fatherlesse childe,
and many a widow poore;
And many a Scottish gay Lady,
sate weeping in her bowre.
The Book of Old English Ballads by George Wharton Edwards
By George Beech | Published in History Today Volume: 57 Issue: 10
George T. Beech traces the origins of the word England to the period 1014 to 1035 and suggests how and why it came to be the recognized term for the country.
Names are as essential to the identity of countries as they are to individuals, and country names are an indispensable part of the collective identity of the people. Could one conceive of the English people without England? That name is part of its very being. In a literal sense England is simply the name of the land, the country, but in the minds and language of the English it has long taken on additional meanings. An example is Rupert Brooke’s ‘The Soldier’, written prior to his military service and death in the First World War. (If I should die, think only this of me: That there’s some corner of a foreign field/That is for ever England.) For Brooke, England was not only his home but also a source of his life, his intellect, his appreciation of beauty. It is difficult to imagine a more emotional evocation of one’s attachment to one’s own country.
I've decided to have that clear out of t-shirts I mentioned a while back.
These are limit designs and limited sizes, so it's on a first come, first served basis.
All t-shirts are £9.50 which includes postage and packing (UK only)
If you're interesting in any, just reply here and I'll sort out the rest.
Well it's come to that time of the year again when I'll be updating a few things on the site. BUT don't worry as the site won't change from what it is now, I'll just be tidying up a few things. I'll probably be doing the updates in a month or so, so I'll let you know before hand. Like I said, the site will look and function the same, but It should improve things speed wise etc.
I'd like to take this opportunity to express my gratitude to the ES for their recent donation which is outlined below. This has already been put to good use towards the running costs of the site for the next year. So once again, you have my thanks.
Charity Commission update
The Steadfast Trust has added an additional classification to its registration details to help expand the scope of the charities activities.
The classification added is as followed…
• HUMAN RIGHTS / RELIGIOUS OR RACIAL HARMONY / EQUALITY OR DIVERSITY
Ok so I'm going to be selling off most of what I have in stock. This is down to two reasons. One, the equipment I use has some technical problems so I have yet to see if that can be sorted. Secondly, I'm left with items that aren't being sold.
So I'll start by listing the stickers I have left, so if you're interested send me a PM with sticker A, B, C etc and I we can sort out payment etc. Please note I will only accept payment via Paypal.
All prices include P&P - Items are sold on a first-come, first-served basis.
All stickers are vinyl with a permanent adhesive, and are ideal for outdoors or indoors.
I'd like to take this opportunity to raise some money for the Steadfast Trust. Firstly, I'd like to point you in the direction of the following site http://www.englandre...com/e-shop.html. Penda (the site owner) has some canvas prints for sale with 10% of each sale going straight to the Steadfast Trust. So if you're looking for something original and Englisc, please head on over there and have a browse.
Penda is also organising a Yule pub crawl in order to raise even more money for the Steadfast Trust. For more information please send him a message.
So a small group of us managed to pay a visit to Stamford Bridge, although sadly we couldn't make it for the actual anniversary. It took us a while to get into Stamford Bridge due to the congestion over the narrow bridge. We stopped off at a pub called The 3 Cups which was apparently the camp site for the soldiers before the battle. It doesn't state whether it was the Vikings or the English that camped there, which was a shame as I'd have liked to have known a bit more. After our meal we headed into the centre of Stamford Bridge and headed straight for the memorial stone. It was nice to see that someone had already paid their respects by laying a wreath, and the flag of Stamford Bridge was still flying. After we had paid our respects and taken some photos we had a look around the shops and pubs. Apart from the memorial stone and the information board near the car park, there wasn't really much else relating to the actual battle, which was a shame. I was expecting souvenirs, but sadly other than the odd cup, there wasn't much else.
So I hope most of you are able to get to Battle this year to pay your respects to the fallen. Sadly I can't make it this year, but I can promise those that haven't yet been, that it's a great day, or indeed weekend out. If you plan to stay over, you'll need to book your hotel as soon as possible.
Battle itself is rather small, but you'll find plenty of places to chat, eat and drink. My advice is to get there on the Friday and to meet in the Abbey Hotel for a chit chat with fellow ASF / ES / Steadfast Trust members. They're all friendly, and if it's your first time, you'll be made to feel more than welcome. Try not to get too drunk though, as it'll be an early start on Saturday for the entrance into the grounds followed by the memorial service to King Harold and all those that died to defend England from foreign invasion. After the ceremony you'll be free to visit the stalls as well as watch the re-enactment. Just make sure you fly the white dragon and heckle the Norman orcs on their way past.
Ok to stay consistent with the site and to save confusion, I'm currently doing a trial with the new web address.
uepengland.com still works and links to forum articles etc will still work as intended, but when you browse the site it will be using the new web address.
If you have any issues with the site then make sure you log out and clear your browser history / temp files etc and then try www.englisc-gateway.com again. If you're still having problems, let me know.