Our friends over at SaintGeorgesDay.org have asked us to help publicise their trip around England promoting Saint Georges Day.
Press Release 13th April 2016
Starting on Saturday the 16th April for 8 days, a Banner vehicle will be travelling around England reminding everyone to celebrate St George’s Day.
It will finish on the 24th April at the Stonecross parade being held in West Bromwich. Expected at the parade will be 15,000++ showing their love of community, family, St George and England. (They will parade for 2 miles).
It is about time that the British government gave the people of England another Bank Holiday as England has the lowest number of public holidays in the whole of the EU at only 8 days and the second lowest in the world
Making St George’s day a bank holiday makes commercial sense as research has shown that consumers also enjoy spending money on holiday days.
Public houses, businesses and councils should respond to this demand by launching their own events to mark England’s day of celebration.
Eddie Bone, Campaign Director for ‘Make St George’s day a Bank Holiday’ stated:
‘We believe that promoting St Georges day as a national holiday and a family day will help create a positive sense of national identity, social unity and integrate our communities. St Georges Day should be a bank holiday, as it will instill a sense of belonging, stability and acceptance of community spirited values.’
‘Our campaign challenges anyone to tell us what is wrong with celebrating English accomplishments as a nation’.
If the people of England were given a day off for St George’s Day, we would most surely see a marked rise in celebrations across England. It would be safe to say that people in England certainly welcome the idea that St George’s day should be made a bank holiday
The Government needs to understand that the people of England love the country they live in – and aren’t afraid to show it!
Eddie Bone, Campaign Director for ‘Make St George’s day a Bank Holiday’
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The dates, counties, towns and cities that the Banner vehicle will be travelling through:
April 16 – Medway, Kent
April 17 – Winchester, Portsmouth, Southampton
April 18 – Bristol and Monmouthshire
April 19 – Chester, Liverpool
April 20 – York
April 21 – Doncaster, Leeds
April 22 – Birmingham
April 23 – St Georges Day, London
April 24 – Stonecross, St George’s Day Parade, West Bromwich 10am (speeches)
Winston McKenzie, the former UKIP candidate, who some say is the most influential Black English political figure today, has declared himself an English nationalist and joined the English Democrats, the only campaigning English nationalist party.
In our National Council meeting on Saturday, 12th December in Bradford, the English Democrats selected Winston McKenzie as our candidate for the London Mayoral election in May 2016.
It has been claimed for some time by Left-wing multiculturalists that Black people in England only identify with being British.
Winston McKenzie’s declaration of his English national identity is a big step away from the remnants of Britishness in England and towards almost everyone in England identifying themselves as being English rather than British, just as the equivalent already happens in Scotland and Wales.
Robin Tilbrook, the Chairman of the English Democrats in welcoming Winston McKenzie to the English Democrats and as its Mayoral candidate in London said:-
“I am delighted to announce that we have selected Winston McKenzie to be our candidate for the London Mayoral election. Winston is a great character and one of the most high profile Black English political figures of our day.”
“His journey from the old national identity of British to the re-emerging national identity of English is very welcome as it shows that English national identity is now catching up fast with Scottish and Welsh national identity.”
“I think we will look back on this day as a milestone in the re-emergence of England – and of what the English Democrats campaign for – England resuming its place amongst the Nation states of the earth and to be able to become a modern, democratic, prosperous, independent European Nation State respecting the uniqueness of all nations and in friendship with our European neighbours in a Europe of Nations and of Freedom!”
“Now this important decision has been taken we are making a call for support so that Winston’s campaign can reach as many London voters as possible.”
For further details or a photograph please contact:-
The English Democrats,
Quires Green, Willingale, Ongar, Essex, CM5 0QP
Tel: 01277 896000
Mobile : 07778 553395
Party Website: http://www.englishdemocrats.org
Party Twitter: @EnglishDemocrat
Key facts about the English Democrats
The English Democrats launched in 2002 and are the only campaigning English nationalist Party. We campaign for a referendum for Independence for England; for St George’s Day to be England’s National holiday; for Jerusalem to be England’s National Anthem; to leave the EU; for an end to mass immigration; for the Cross of St George to be flown on all public buildings in England; and we supported a YES vote for Scottish Independence.
The English Democrats are England’s answer to the Scottish National Party and to Plaid Cymru. The English Democrats’ greatest electoral successes to date include:- in the 2004 EU election we had 130,056 votes; winning the Directly Elected Executive Mayoralty of Doncaster Metropolitan Borough Council in 2009 and also the 2012 mayoralty referendum; in the 2009 EU election we gained 279,801 votes after a total EU campaign spend of less than £25,000; we won the 2012 referendum which gave Salford City an Elected Mayor; in 2012 we also saved all our deposits in the Police Commissioner elections and came second in South Yorkshire; and in the 2014 EU election we had 126,024 votes for a total campaign spend of about £40,000 (giving the English Democrats by far the most cost efficient electoral result of any serious Party in the UK!). In the 2015 General Election we had the 8th largest contingent of candidates in England.
BBC show 2 x English Democrats Candidates standing in Monmouth on their Election 2015 Web site !
At the time of writing this Blog Entry, it is ammusing that the BBC now have two English Democrats standing in Monmouth in our Campaign to “Let Monmouth Decide”.
It is going to be a very interesting campaign, as the United Kingdom moves towards dissolving, and the BBC towards being abolished.
The English Democrats are calling for all English people to have pride on the 20th January that our nation held its first meeting of the first Parliament on the 20th January 1265. This Parliament is the ancestor of every Parliament on earth today and is one of the many unique, historic and important contributions the English nation has made to the foundation of the modern world and in creating representative democracy.
Whilst Simon de Montfort’s parliament in 1265 was a revolutionary development, subsequent adoption by Edward I of Parliament and its embodiment into medieval English royal government was a reflection of Parliament’s usefulness in getting consent for royal tax raising powers.
Robin Tilbrook, the Chairman of the English Democrats said:-
“Sadly on the 20th January 2015 almost unnoticed by officialdom in England there will pass an anniversary which demonstrates even more than the 800th anniversary of Magna Carta, how ancient some of England’s institutions are.”
“The Earl of Leicester, Simon de Montfort, assembled his parliament the first proper English Parliament on the 20th January 1265 and so began the progress towards representative democracy.”
“A progress which has been of huge importance, not only in English history, but in the history of the entire modern world and is yet another unique and hugely significant contribution of the English Nation to the culture of the whole human race!”
The English Democrats,
Tel: 01277 896000
Mobile : 07778 553395
Party Website: www.englishdemocrats.org
65% of English people want an English Parliament
English Votes on English Laws (EVEL) is a sham and all too typical of the fourth-rate scams employed by British politicians to deprive the people of England of their dues! It has been devised to delude us into believing that only (undefined) ‘English votes’ will determine English laws.
Just who is going to deliver these ‘English only’ votes? The following Conservative ‘English’ MPs perhaps?
Liam Fox [Somerset North]
Ian Liddell-Grainger [Bridgwater & Somerset West]
James Gray [Wiltshire North]
Eleanor Laing [Epping Forest]
Alan Duncan [Rutland & Melton]
Iain Duncan Smith [Chingford & Woodford Green]
Cheryl Gillan [Chesham & Amersham]
Michael Gove [Surrey Heath]
Mary Macleod [Brentford & Isleworth]
Anne McIntosh [Thirsk & Malton]
Mark Menzies [Fylde]
Malcolm Rifkind [Kensington]
Iain Stewart [Milton Keynes South]
Rory Stewart [Penrith & The Border]
Graham Stuart [Beverley & Holderness]
or these Labour ‘English’ MPs?
Jim Fitzpatrick [Poplar & Limehouse]
Tessa Jowell [Dulwich & West Norwood]
Steve McCabe [Birmingham Selly Oak]
Fiona Mactaggart [Slough]
Pat McFadden [Wolverhampton South East]
George Mudie [Leeds East]
or this mixed bag of ‘English’ MPs?
Con – Nigel Evans [Ribble Valley]
Lib Dems – Simon Hughes [Bermondsey & Old Southwark]
Con – Bernard Jenkin [Harwich & Essex North]
Con – Julian Lewis [New Forest East]
Lib Dems – Stephen Williams [Bristol West]
Has any one of these Brits ever publicly declared their allegiance to England?
Lab – Liam Byrne [Birmingham Hodge Hill]
Lab – Simon Danczuk [Rochdale]
Con – Rehman Chishti [Gillingham & Rainham]
Con – David Davis [Haltemprice & Howden]
Con – Nick de Bois [Enfield North]
Lab – Gloria de Perio [Ashfield]
Con – Jonathan Djanogly [Huntingdon]
Lab – Louise Ellman [Liverpool Riverside]
Lab – Natascha Engel [Derbyshire North East]
Con – Mark Francois [Rayleigh & Wickford]
Con – Sam Gyimah [Surrey East]
Con – William Hague [Richmond (Yorks)]
Lab – Kate Hoey [Vauxhall]
Con – Nick Hurd [Ruislip, Northwood & Pinner]
Lab – Daniel Kawcynski [Shrewsbury & Atcham]
Lab – Sadiq Khan [Tooting]
Con – Kwasi Kwarteng [Spelthorne]
Lab – David Lammy [Tottenham]
Con – Oliver Letwin [Dorset West]
Lab – Khalid Mahmood [Birmingham Perry Bar]
Lab – Shabana Mahmood [Birmingham Ladywood]
Lab – Siobhain McDonagh [Mitcham & Morden]
Lab – Catherine McKinnell [Newcastle upon Tyne North]
Lab – Chi Onwurah [Newcastle upon Tyne Central]
Lab – Priti Patel [Witham]
Lab – Dawn Primarolo [Bristol South]
Lab – Yasmin Qureshi [Bolton South East]
Con – Jacob Rees-Mogg [Somerset North East]
Lab – Virendra Sharma [Ealing Southall]
Con – Alok Sharma [Reading West]
Lab – Marsha Singh [Bradford West]
Lab – Gisella Stuart (nee Gschaider, born in West Germany) [Birmingham Edgbaston]
Con – Gareth Thomas [Harrow West]
Con – Nadhim Zahawi [Stratford-on-Avon]
As I posted here on this blog on 22 September last: Why should anyone conscious of his or her national identity, least of all a patriot, seek election to represent electors of another nation in the British Parliament? There are too many voters in England who have not considered this question, who have been misled by references to “English MPs” and thus induced to assume that their MP is loyal to them and England, when this is not the case!
Indeed, if they are unaware that Britain is NOT a nation, but a state (albeit it one comprising three nations), such candidates would appear to be unqualified for high public office! If they are aware of this situation, it seems not unreasonable to question their motives, and I do!
It might seem tolerable at constituency level for a MP to appear to have a national identity which is other than English, but MPs are called upon to take positions on matters at national [international?] level. In this latter situation, why should electors in England assume or otherwise take on trust that non-English MPs will put the interests of England and their constituents first, before the interests of the other nation? Indeed, there is ample evidence that MPs who do not identify themselves as having English national identity subordinate England’s interests to other nations and have no allegiance to England. Often they condemn English nationalism as being ‘racist’ whilst supporting the so called ‘British nation‘!
Finally, (and here’s the clincher!) as proposed, EVEL in the Commons will not limit English laws to being determined solely by English votes of whatever kind, quite simply because only England’s domestic law is subject to review and revision in the Lords where all peers, regardless of affiliation, can continue to vote on it. Indeed, very many peers are not from England. So much for the ‘English only’ votes implied by the Conservatives’ con . . . anything to avoid treating England equitably and fairly!
How much longer will the British Parliament try to suppress English national identity?