The Liberal Democrat hatred of British people has been revealed with comments made by their St Albans candidate that they see Britain as a “mongrel nation,” says Danny Seabrook, British National Party candidate in Hertsmere.
In an interview with pupils of St Albans School as part of a BBC project, Lib Dem candidate Sandy Walkington said: “We’ve always as a country been strongest when we have welcomed immigration, and we are all mongrels.
“This is the most mongrel country in the world.
“In 200 years time, we’ll all be coffee coloured, and I welcome that,” Mr Walkington said.
“The remarks are utterly disgraceful and are the clearest indication yet that the Lib Dems have an utterly twisted world view and even outright hatred for British people,” Mr Seabrook said.
“Quite apart from the sheer hatefulness of calling British people ‘mongrels,’ which is a term most often used for dogs, Mr Walkington has also displayed his appalling ignorance and stupidity on the topic of the ancestry of British people,” Mr Seabrook continued.
“All educated people know that the historical, archaeological and genetic evidence has proven beyond any doubt that up to 80 percent of the indigenous people of the British Isles have been here at least since the end of the last Ice Age, circa 14,000 years ago, and many from even before then.
“Even the most ‘recent’ large-scale settlements from continental Europe, namely the Saxons and Vikings, arrived in Britain around 1,500 years ago and each individual group only make up less than five percent each of the British people,” Mr Seabrook continued.
“Compare this history to the Maori people of New Zealand, who are internationally recognised as the indigenous folk of that land.
“The Maoris have been in New Zealand for 730 years — and I am sure Mr Walkington and his party would not call those people mongrels or deny that they are indigenous.
“The BNP is the only party to stand unequivocally for the rights of the indigenous people of Britain and their right to remain the majority population of this island,” Mr Seabrook said.
Recommended reading: Four Flags: The Indigenous People of Britain (DNA, History and the Right to Existence of the Native Inhabitants of the British Isles).
Contrary to what the liberal left Tory/Labour/Lib-Dem/UKIP-EHRC allege, the native people of the British Isles are a distinct, identifiable and homogenous indigenous people who have every right to exist and be free from invasion and domination — like any other indigenous people on earth.
This booklet proves that the vast majority of the British people have ancestors going back to the last mini ice age more than 12,000 years ago.
Table of contents:
1. Introduction (Deals with the denial of indigenous status to the British people)
2. Indigenous People — A Definition (uses UN and other definitions)
3. Haplogroups and the Genetic Identification of Peoples (explains Y-Chromosomes, mtDNA and Autosomal DNA in detail, and how they are used in forensics and history to identify and track peoples to specific areas)
4. The Haplogroups Which Mark the Indigenous People of Britain (explains which haplogroups are indigenous to Britain)
5. A History of the Peopling of Britain (a potted history of the people who have made up Britain through settlement, i.e. Euro base population, Celts, Romans, Angles, Saxons, Jutes, Danes, Normans — including figures on actual numbers of settlers and their genetic impact as measured by haplogroup)
6. Four Flags, One Nation: The right of the people of the British Isles to existence and freedom from colonisation, domination and dispossession of their lands and culture.
* Genetic evidence shows that the vast majority — nearly 80% — of all British people have ancestors going back to the end of the last mini ice age 12,000 years ago;
* Genetic evidence shows that the Celtic, Roman, Anglo-Saxon, Viking/Danish and Norman conquests had negligible impacts upon the British people (less than 5 percent each);
* Genetic evidence shows that the Irish people have far more in common with the British than both sides of that traditional divide realise.
* The people of the British Isles have been indigenous peoples for far longer than many other nations who are already classified as “indigenous” by the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues.
This booklet also shows how the indigenous people of Britain are fully protected by the United Nations Charter on Indigenous Peoples from “dispossession of their territory” through “mass population transfers” and from “forced integration and assimilation” and “destruction of their identity and culture” (all according to the United Nations).
Even more importantly, the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples states that all indigenous peoples have the right to define who is part of their nation and who is not.