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Are Rape Gangs Islamic?

by Hugo Jenks, Islam Spokesman 1st July 2020 The purpose of a court of law is to ascertain the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth, and to administer justice based upon truthful findings.  Yet the search for truthfulness is sidelined when Islam is involved.  Two court cases in England have demonstrated this…

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The Case for Raising the Age of Sexual Consent

By Frankie Rufolo June 29th 2020 I remember taking part in the members’ poll last year when this unusual issue came up. I later discussed it with Anne Marie Waters herself and some older For Britain members at a meeting we had in Plymouth that summer (unfortunately, having to miss the opportunity to heckle some…

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Falling Birth Rates, Not Just a Woman’s Issue

By Orlagh McGlade, Doctor and For Britain Member 14th May 2020 Over the past few years I have been thinking a lot about the demographic change taking place around us, whereby relatively low European birth rates and mass immigration are literally changing the face of Europe. As a significant proportion of my generation remain without…

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Stand Up To Racism: The Frankenstein’s Monster of Crackpot Organisations

Guest Article By Frankie Rufolo 30th April 2020 Recently I was impressed by For Britain London’s short film “Behind the Front”, so I decided to follow it up with an article. When you type “The For Britain Movement” into a search engine, the words “far right” come up straight away. It’s important to look at…

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Member Submission: Why Anne Marie’s PA Video is so Important

By Phil Kemble 21st April 2020 My experience from debating Patriotic Alternative and why Anne Marie’s video on them is so important for our party I have debated conspiracy theorists before but have not done so for several years because the debate always follows a predictable pattern.  Your opponent provides some factual information but if…

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Lockdown, What Lockdown?

By Suarav Dutt, Author & Political Analyst 30th March 2020 Guest articles do not necessarily represent the views of The For Britain Movement. Is this really a lockdown? Where are the police vigilance groups making sure Britons aren’t gathering en masse, hosting barbecues in wide open spaces,cramming together in tube carriages without face masks and…

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Chinese Whispers: Communist China Owes The World

By Suarav Dutt, Political Analyst & Author 23rd March 2020 When the COVID-19 dust settles, there has to be a reckoning, and the Chinese government cannot be allowed to deflect or deny. There is going to be a new global dispensation after the Coronavirus pandemic is over, and if the Chinese want to be part…

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Boris’ Promise: PCs or SJWs?

Response to Boris Johnson stating an additional 20,000 PCs will be recruited. By Andy Thomas 6th February 2020 Andy was a serving officer in a Northern Force for 25 years, uniform, Support Group, CID, Drugs and latterly Intel. Housing officer for 10 yrs working ASB cases in various high crime estates. Married with two children…

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Convicted of Patriotism? We Must Defend Free Speech

Frankie Rufolo  January 9th 2020 Based Amy: Guilty of Patriotism Amy Dalla Mura, a passionate Brexiteer, was recently sentenced to 28 days in prison for shouting at Anna Soubry. This should be a national outrage as it sets a dangerous precedent for freedom of speech in the UK. Soubry is gone from Westminster, her uninspiring…

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The Worst of ‘Remain’

Frankie Rufolo December 19th 2019   As soon as Boris Johnson’s victory was declared, the chattering classes of anti-Brexit politicians, journalists and commentators from the Remainstream media, as well as D-list celebrities among the Twitter mobs, repeated the lie that everyone who wants a real exit from the EU is a racist bigot. We’ve been…

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Global debt fuelled economy, heading for disaster

by a retired fund manager and For Britain member Our economy and indeed, the global economy, is in a far more fragile state than we are being told. There is one word for it and that word is debt. We are drowning in the stuff yet it remains largely invisible until something like Carillion or…

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Who will rid me of this man?

In Hadith number 59:369 collated by Sahih Bukhari he recounts the murder of Ka’b bin al-Ashraf, a Jewish poet who wrote verses about Muslims that Muhammad found insulting. So Muhammed asked his followers, ‘Who will rid me of this man?’ Several volunteered. Ka’b bin al-Ashraf was subsequently stabbed to death and the precedent was set…

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My Descent Into Islam and My Ascent Out

My descent into Islam did not happen  in a  vacuum or without context.    There were many variables and extenuating circumstances that occurred before I became a Muslim.  There are many factors that have affected me, from my childhood, early adolescence, and my life as an adult woman. It’s a similar experience for many converts.  Many…

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