The seeds of a new crime are sown -"cultural nationalism"

OK so why would a University want to open a centre specifically to study the "rise in anti Islam far right"

The Centre for Fascist, Anti-Fascist and Post-Fascist Studies at Teesside University will be formally launched later this month at an event marking National Holocaust Memorial Day. Beginning with two academics, Professor Nigel Copsey and Dr Matthew Feldman, the centre will specialise in both the history of far-right radicalism in this country, and current trends and dangers.

The first question that enters my mind is, who is funding this exercise?, I assume that it is government funded, why would the government - assuming that it is them want this?, my second option for funding is one of the Arab states such as Saudi Arabia.

Irrespective of who is funding, the underlying reason - in my opinion, is to find Islam not guilty on all counts for the situation in the UK, and that those people who oppose Islam in all it's forms are the only ones who are to be held accountable , they will - as we all know be labeled fascists etc - and that is what all that this is about - it's a profiling exercise, an exercise that will "academically identify" traits, behaviours and attitudes that the researchers declare to be indicative of "Far right or fascist" tendencies, and thus once applied to a person or group the person or group will be stuck with that label for the rest of their lives.

Such research has a habit of being used in a legal arena, a Judge will accept an academic "finding" over a persons denials, and should such a scenario arise the appellant will have little recourse against such a declaration.

Studies of this nature also find their way into security screening - when somebody applies to join the police force or the military services - members of parliament - if any of the criteria drawn up in the research fit the applicant then - you are out.

The profile of what the researchers think is a typical "far right wing individual"  will be used by the establishment to tarnish that person or organization, needless to say the people who research this subject will by definition be "far left wing".

Population profiling is straight out of 1984, this is the beginning of population profiling, it is  a dangerous development and poses a great threat to freedom of speech, action and thought.

We have a new phrase and the seeds of a new crime - "cultural nationalism"

However, he argued, this should not obscure a more gradual shift from race-based far-right activism towards "cultural nationalism", notably against Islam. He said: "For the first time since, I believe, the National Front in the late 70s and early 80s, the far right is really going for popular support. It's moving out into the mainstream, with some success.

How long will it be until we are accused of being a "cultural nationalist" - The government and the EU have two passionate hates - one is the British/English culture, the other is any kind of sense of nationhood in this land. It will not be long before anyone who calls themselves English will be labeled a cultural zealot or nationalist - the labels will have highly derogatory connotations attached to them.

I reiterate - this "study" is the beginning of population profiling - the aim is to discredit anyone who does not think "far left", Think multiculturalism or cultural extinction of the host population.

The threats from Islam are very real, all the researchers have to do is look at the so called "Arab Spring", Mali, Syria, go back in history - recent history and see the atrocities caused by the march of Islam, take a look on the streets of this country - that's all they have to do - if they did that then surely this research centre would shut up shop - sadly that will not happen - the researchers do not wish to see any of the above and as such will totally discount it.


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