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Matthew Tait of England, who first entered into nationalist politics at the age of 18. He gave a vivid, insider’s account of how the British National Party went from soaring success to irrelevance in just a few years, and tried to draw lessons from its collapse.
The BNP’s high‑water mark was in 2009, when party leader Nick Griffin and long‑time activist Andrew Brons were elected to the European Parliament, and the BNP won representation on the London Assembly. What then went wrong?
Mr. Tait offers explanations and insights as to British politics and the use of culture and personal relationships to build a movement rather than just a political party.
Mr. Tait emphasized that whatever our chances of success, our work has the potential to ennoble. “There is immense power in being on the side of righteousness in the face of adversity,” he said, “and I have seen ordinary people do great things in the service of our cause.”
A life-long activist and nationalist organizer, Mr. Tait will provide an intricate deconstruction of the BNP as an organisation, the social context it existed in during its growth years, and will offer essential lessons we must learn from its decline. Mr. Tait is the founder of Western Spring.
April 17–19, 2015, near Nashville, Tennessee
Race is a myth. Diversity is our strength. All races are equal. Whites have privilege. IQ can’t be measured. America needs immigrants. How many other delusions and outright lies can you think of that we’re not supposed to question?
We are united in our commitment to Western Civilization and to the World Brotherhood of Europeans that holds our civilization in trust for future generations.
Conferees gathered from April 17–19, 2015, at Montgomery Bell Inn and Conference Center, near Nashville, TN, to discuss these important issues.