Author(s): Winston C. Banks
And Britain’s Colourful Dystopian Sunset
As anti-racist and open-borders hysteria reaches a crescendo in Britain, the shy tide of resistance is finally turning.
By now we are all used to the headlines about terrorist incidents, grooming gangs and illegal immigration. It has been virtually taboo to openly question these developments, but the growing problems that they bring in crime, education, housing and health can no longer be ignored.
In Excessive Immigration, Winston C. Banks joins the dots between events and headlines, and reveals the systemic and dangerous subversion of traditional British culture — indeed of European and Western civilisation — by carefully examining the phenomena of anti-Semitism, racism, Islamophobia and Brexit, and challenging the predominantly leftist academic establishment that has suppressed these inconvenient truths.
If you suspect you have been lied to, that your own observations and opinions about these vital topics are routinely and unfairly mocked, and that free speech in Britain is under threat, this ground-breaking text is for you.
$23.95 (as of 16th February 2019, 12:03 am)
Usually ships in 24 hours
A Note on Sources
1. Words, Terms and Meanings
2. Xenophobia and Xenophilia
4. A Black and White Problem
5. Understanding Racism
6. Problems of European Union Free Movement
7. The Problem of Islam
8. Population Concerns
9. Interethnic and Intergroup Problems
10. The Impact on Indigenous Whites
11. Some Academic Battles
12. Games Social Justice Warriors Play
13. Anecdotes and Examples
14. Threats to Free Speech
15. Speculations on Decline and Inequality
16. Might and Rights
17. A Momentary but Necessary Dark Cloud of Self-Questioning
18. Problems We Want to Ignore
19. Are There Any Solutions?
20. The Takeaway Message and Challenge
References and Relevant Reading
Winston C. Banks
|Number Of Pages||
Arktos Media Ltd
Keeping Things Close: Essays on the Conservative Disposition$16.69 (as of 15th February 2019, 11:27 pm) Paperback