British Historical Perspective
British Isles and its people have a very long and ancient history. Their story
has unfolded chapter by amazing chapter, ever since the islands emerged from the
frigid grip of the last Ice Age over 10,000 years ago.
has now been proven by the new science of genetics that at least
80% of us in these islands can trace our roots back to the first
indigenous people. The hunter-gatherers who returned to these
lands from the Ice Age refuges they had inhabited in Europe, as
the glaciers covered their world.
6,000 years ago we were still connected to Europe by a large
fertile plain, which now lays drowned below the waters of the
North Sea and the English Channel. We still share a strong genetic bond
with our cousins across the water, even if our local cultures and
languages have diversified over the millennia.
Insular Celts of the British Isles were a relatively recent
invention. Their origins lay in the 18th century in the form of
the Welsh scholar and ardent nationalist Edward Lhuyd, who had an
anti-English agenda to peddle. His agenda was well served by casting
the English as genocidal invaders. In reality, the majority of the English
people have the R1b haplogroup, the same as the Welsh, Scots and
is a bit of a genetic east-west divide in the UK, but it is a very
ancient one going back to the end of the last Ice Age. As people
returned to this land, they came from the refuges in the Pyrenees,
the Balkans and what is now Ukraine, where they had sat out the
Ice Age for thousands of years. They all arrived in Britain at
around the same time, and they form the native population stock
as they also do in Western Europe.
modern countries have a greater proportion of a certain haplogroup
than others, it just depends upon where their ancient kinsfolk
lived during the Ice Age. One could be R1b, R1a1, J1b1, I1a and so on. It
is a fascinating window on the past.
A great wave of
invading Celtic migrants did
not arrive during the Iron Age, what did arrive were ideas and
cultural trends, just as blue jeans, rock music, hamburger
joints and I-phones have infiltrated almost every culture in the modern
world. It doesn't mean there was a massive invasion of Americans.
have always adopted elements of foreign cultures that they like or
admire, it is a by-product of trade and commerce, and of course,
fashion. Our forebears were no different to us in that respect,
they traded widely and were open to influences from elsewhere.
with agriculture and the concept of farming, there also came the
modern Celtic languages in their original form. They both arrived
via the old established migration route of our ancestors in the
western half of the British Isles, via Iberia and the western
It is not known yet why those languages replaced what was
originally spoken, but the people themselves were definitely not
established propaganda of political correctness was proved to be incorrect by
genetic research. Our genes do not lie; they cannot lie, unlike
those in political power with their shadowy and insidious
who wish to conduct some mad experiment in
Iron Age Celtic invasion did not displace the native population,
for the so-called ‘Celts’ are the native population. The Angles, Jutes,
Saxons, Vikings and Danes did not displace the native populations
either for they never made up more than 5% - 10% of the
population. It was a takeover by ruling elites with some
settlement, particularly in East Anglia and Northumberland.
The Norman invasion was another takeover by a ruling
elite, who did not displace the native population. They simply
grabbed the land that was once controlled by the defeated
Anglo-Saxon elite, and ruled the kingdom in their place.
of the people who came to these islands to rule and settle were the kindred of the original hunter-gatherers. They may have been separated
over the long years by the artificial
constructs of culture and language, but that is simply window
dressing. We are all of the same blood and the same bone and more
tellingly, the same DNA haplogroups.
UK government has officially stated in Europe that there
is no such thing as an indigenous population in the UK. By doing
so they have stolen the birth right of every native person in the
country and the protections afforded to them and their ancient
culture by the United
It is all part of a dangerous agenda to strip
the native peoples of their traditional cultures, and forcefully
replace them with something manufactured and artificial.
momentous cultural great betrayal, and I believe it can be so
described, occurred in April 2009. In excess of 122 MP's from all
three major parties signed a declaration in the form of an 'Early
Day Motion' entitled 'Rights of Tribal and Indigenous Peoples',
affirming that no such thing as an indigenous population existed.
It was a cynical political maneuver enacted to provide
justification for government social policy of the time.
governments have been keen to push the idea of the UK being the
subject of wave after wave of brutal invaders, and the
genocidal replacement of the previous occupants by those incoming
settlers. It suited their agenda to present the UK as being a
nation in flux, with no deep roots or indigenous population.
It was a concept that generations of school children and
students were indoctrinated with, and I well remember being
subjected to it in the classroom. Such errant nonsense went
generally unchallenged, until the falsehood was
exposed by genetic research from the 1990’s onwards. It is the
‘Piltdown Man’ of British history. Despite that, the fanatical social experimenters
still refuse to admit defeat, and fight tooth and nail to keep the
old doctrine in place.
United Kingdom may consist of four realms but the people of those
realms are all interconnected. We are all related to one degree or
another. Politicians seek to divide the peoples of the Kingdom as
it makes them easier to rule. If they focus the peoples attention on hollow
nationalism and empty jingoism, they will take their eyes off what
really matters and what is actually happening around them.
history is our story, and what a wonderful saga it is. From those brave and hardy hunter-gatherers
of the distant past, to the invention of the World Wide Web. It
has been an often stormy and turbulent tale of warfare and strife,
struggle and revolution, but we have forged from the furnace of
social evolution a nation that has so much to be proud of.
is also a nation in grave danger of a rapid and destabilizing transformation, a change that will alter its essential fabric, character and social ambiance
forever. The devastating consequences of this ripping of the
cohesive fabric that has bound us together for centuries, was amply
demonstrated by the horrific London bombings of 7th July 2005, and
the national riots that occurred between 6th and 10th August 2011.
the 21st century, we
are sitting atop a smoldering powder keg of alienation and
discontent. It will explode again, that is inevitable, unless
the issues that are igniting the fires of destruction are handled honestly and
effectively, and a new broom is used to sweep clean.