English patriotism with Paul Rimmer

Paul Rimmer’s Youtube Channel – https://www.youtube.com/@paulrimmer8995

ALEX: My name is Alexander, and I want to welcome Paul Rimmer on my channel: First Alliance Media Project, where we promote patriotism, ethnic nationalism, traditional family values, and connection amongst communities and people.  Welcome to the channel Paul, please tell us a bit about yourself.

PAUL: Nice to be here Alex, I am in Liverpool at the moment, this is my home town.  I am quite ‘long in the tooth’ as we say here in England.  I am 58 years old now, so I have seen quite a lot.  I have been interested in politics for many decades, certainly since the 1970’s.  In fact, there was a seminal moment in British politics in 1968, when the famous Enoch Powell made a speech about mass immigration, called the “Rivers of Blood” speech, where he warned of the dangers ahead in the change of population.  That was a wake up call for the whole population, and it is what stimulated me to get involved in politics.  In the 1970’s I got active, standing for patriotism against mass immigration, and for a lot of the agenda that Donald Trump has championed in America.  My agenda was “Make Britain Great Again”, put Britain first.  Of course Britain is one of the great civilisations of human history, the British Empire.  I mean I know that Russia covered a fifth of the world’s land surface.  The British Empire was a quarter of the world’s land surface, which is bigger than Russia’s; it was thirty million square miles.  So it was a great empire, we have a great pedigree, and we gave birth to the United States as well, which was a continuation of British culture.  So I value my inheritance in this country, and we have had a lot of attacks upon our heritage and our history, especially from the left: the Marxists, the Globalists, and the Internationalists, who have sought to undermine us at every turn.  But we have had champions, such as Margaret Thatcher: the Iron Lady.  I think she was just before your day Alex, but she was a good friend of Mikhail Gorbachev, and he was very important in the downfall of Communism and the new age of freedom with Ronald Reagan.  So I was a great follower of Margaret Thatcher.  Then we ended up with a Social Democratic government which opened the floodgates of mass immigration. This denigrated our history, and took us deeper and deeper into a project called the “European Union,” which really frightened me.  I stood against that.

ALEX: So Margaret Thatcher was not involved in that?  I thought she introduced council housing.

PAUL: She sold council housing.  The European Project is an unfolding project that joined in 1973, when it started off just as a trading alliance, and then galloped into a federal state. This meant that our freedom; our sovereignty, was being curtailed. So there was a battle on.  Of course we voted to leave the European Union in 2016. Nigel Farage led the campaign.  I was very involved in that campaign, and I have been involved in the politics on the right; (or as I say), since 1976.  I had a small interlude on the left, when I was 16 and again at 21, and we are looking at 1979 to the mid 1980’s when I explored Marxism.  I was very interested in Russia’s history, and I acquired a doctorate at Cambridge University on the history of the Soviet Union and Stalin’s Russia.


Winston Churchill Statue

ALEX: It is very interesting, that period of history in Russia. The historians can’t agree on any of it, really.  It was a questionable sort of era.  It is hard for certain people to agree because there were two parties trying to impose their view.

PAUL: Well it was a great triumph for Russia in a sense, because they defeated the Nazis, and they expanded the power and sovereignty of Russia right across the heart of Europe, which had always been the goal of the Czars.  They called Stalin “The Red Czar”.  On the other hand, he was a brutal tyrant, a mass murderer on Hitler’s scale.  Morally, he was a very dangerous character.

ALEX: That is a point upon which historians do not agree.  Some say it could have been Leon Trotski and Lenin, who were sent in or established by Americans; and from Switzerland and Berlin. In any case, let’s not argue about that.  I am just saying it is controversial.

PAUL: Oh yeah, the source of it is questionable.  But no doubt, they ruled Russia for 72 years

ALEX: Yeah, that may be one for another conversation.  I want to focus on England, because as you say, it occupied a quarter of the planet, of inhabitable Earth.  And what is interesting to me, is how you see this immigration… So where is the borderline?  So do you think that England should be for English people?  Or Britain for British people?  Or if people come, how many people should be accepted to come into Britain?  How do you see it?

PAUL:  What you have to realise Alex, is that Britain has not been invaded since 1066, the Norman invasion from France.  That is almost a thousand years of independence.  In fact, there has not been a battle on English soil since 1685, so that is like, 336 years since there has been any violent conflict on English soil.  So we are a unique nation.  No other nation on Earth has experienced that peace, security and continuity that England has enjoyed.  And from that base, we became a global superpower.  Britannia ruled the waves.  It wasn’t just the world’s land surface we controlled, we also controlled all the water of the world.  And even though we have had the retreat from empire, and we gave up our empire, we gave India independence, the African nation’s independence, Australia and Canada split off, we still enjoyed a controlling soft power over the entire globe.  The globe speaks our language, English.  The globe mimics our institutions of Parliament.  The globe has always looked to England as a reference point on how to develop and progress.  We had a great philosopher called John Locke, and he wrote down, he codified human rights.  He created this whole idea that we have a constitution, which led to the American Constitution.  And we have rights as individuals.  This was England’s contribution to the world, and it was a magnificent contribution.  It shaped the whole globe.

British Empire Map


ALEX:  You can call this political ruling, because many countries see Britain as a conqueror, and so they leave it alone.  There are a lot of questions about how the British influence came about.  Many people were killed by that influence.

PAUL:  The thing about the British Empire is that it was not expanded through military means.  That was very rare.  It was just an expansion of influence, and many local rulers were more than happy to come under the British flag because it meant peace and security.  It meant that they were protected from their enemies.  The British Empire was a very benevolent institution and it was not dependent on military power.  It was successful because it had the consent of the ruled.  This is very important in forming the English mentality.  We are a benevolent nation.  We like to help others.  It is part of our Christian culture, our Protestant culture.  We think we have a mission in the world to help others and to improve others.  And so we have always reached out with a hand of friendship to other peoples, and we have always brought something to the table, something positive.  So we saw an Empire as a way of spreading the Christian faith, of developing these countries industrially, economically and commercially, and also, giving them our institutions, rule of law, parliamentary debate, and democracy.  We thought we had something really positive to contribute and other countries absorb that.  I mean India is the biggest democracy in the world, and the reason for that is simple, it is rooted in the British Empire.  Now as we had the retreat from the Empire, we gave these countries independence.  It is not like the French Empire or many other empires; where countries have forfeited their independence.  We actually gave away the empire.  We actually gave these people money and institutions when we left.  So we wanted to keep a good relationship, and we’ve maintained a good relationship.  But the Empire has not given up on England.  It all wants to come to England now.  It wants to come and inhabit our space and we are a small island.  When the Empire came to an end, there were various conflicts in Uganda, where the Africans kicked out the Indian Asians which England had brought over, and we welcomed the Indian Asians into England itself.  Of course, in the West Indies, there were islands like Jamaica, Barbados, all the islands of the West Indies that we controlled.  We gave the people there the right to come to Britain and settle in Britain.  And they came, they came in their millions, and this has transformed our nation.  It has transformed England.  It has made England a multicultural, multi racial nation.  And that security that we felt, because England was our home, that we could export across the whole globe, has been undermined and we now feel threatened.  We are more comfortable when Christians come to our country.  But other faiths, such as the Islamic faith coming to Britain, has represented a cultural challenge to us, and a cultural threat.

ALEX:  So basically what you are saying is that people who follow the same faith, you say you feel they are welcome and they don’t challenge the status quo in England.  Is that correct?  Or is there still some limit to it?

PAUL:  No obviously it is a question of numbers.  Once you go past a certain mass, any group can represent a threat.  They can exert their own will and their own power, and we’ve reached those critical masses you see.  Our cities have now been transformed out of all recognition.  If you go to London now, although it looks like an English city, the population has been transformed.  The demographics have moved on, and we have a Muslim mayor in London who is wanting to take down statues of our British heroes, who’s wanting to eradicate our past, and who is wanting to change the culture of London itself and England.  These people are actively opposing us now and undermine us, so it is very dangerous

ALEX:  Yes, that definitely does not sound good.  I don’t think any man would want that happening to their country, their motherland.

PAUL: Russia lost a lot of people during the second World War defending their soil.  You would no doubt have memorials to these people, almost sacred places where you remember the war dead.  We have a place in Whitehall in England called the Cenotaph, where we remember our glorious dead.  Now Black Lives Matter attacked the Cenotaph in London in June 2020.  They tried to set the flags on fire.  And we went down there, us patriots, thousands of us, to defend our sacred monuments.  That is the nature of the dangers we now face.

ALEX: Yes, that is a disaster that happened last year, and I think the scale of it is getting greater. Yes it must be stopped.  There is no respect for people in England who built the country.  I lived in England, and I can say a lot of good words about the English people; the way they treat each other, the mutual respect, their diplomacy, the way they behave.  As you say, England enjoyed several hundreds of years of no war, and people were able to develop generations upon generations of good manners. They had spare time to think about the world. They did not have to work as hard for food and supplies like other countries who had a history of terrible conflict; like Russia, for example.

Glastonbury Hill, Isle Of Avalon, England

PAUL:  Yeah, we were prosperous.  And we have a thing called politeness.  We say “Thank you” and “please” and we open the door for strangers, and we call it “fair play” in England.  We got to be fair to each other.  It is the golden rule of all religion really – treat other people, the way you would like them to treat you.  I mean, this is the essence of Christianity.  Of course Islam does not follow that which is a bit dangerous.  We offer a hand of friendship to people, and we created what we call a social peace, social tranquillity, and social harmony in our country.  And you can see this in the English villages.  They are very beautiful villages, you know.  They take great pride in their villages.  They have lovely floral displays, and there are a lot of old cottages and castles preserved.  They’ve got a lovely history to them, you know.  They are very nice places to visit.  The English countryside is very special.  So it is a place of peace, a place where we can go and relax.  A place where we can be restored in our soul.  But this sense of home that the English created on their island is being lost now, and we see in the big cities, there is a real outbreak of crime, especially amongst the Africans – crime, drug crime, street theft – it’s changed the atmosphere.  It has gone very dark in these cities.  There are a lot of policing problems.  There are social problems that are emerging all the time.  We have reached a point now with the numbers where we are looking at over 10 million immigrants, where we can’t absorb these people into our society.  They are forming their own ghettos, their own colonies.  They are not giving up their culture, their way of life to integrate themselves into England, even though they have come to England to enjoy the fruits of our country.  And many of the Africans especially, are very conservative people actually.  You talked before about traditions and family, the Africans value this.  There are radicals, leftists, Marxists within England, who are trying to foment conflict as a basis to acquire power, just like we see in the United States.

ALEX:  Do you think we can partially blame the “ruling class”, the state politic?  Do you think they have any part of this?

PAUL:  Well we have this ideology of globalism, where political power is being given up to international institutions like the European Union, but above all, the United Nations, and all the spin off groups from the United Nations, like the World Health Organisation, like the World Bank, the International Monetary Fund.  And you’ve got these global companies, multinational corporations, and they want to control the situation now.  They have their own ideology.  They want a borderless world.  They want One World, where England will simply be plot number 17, and Somalia will be plot number 15, and Poland will be plot number 18.  They want us all to be homogenous.  We call it the “Global Homo” – One World.  And they think that by eliminating our history, our culture and our traditions, they are bringing forth a new world, where we’re all together in harmony.  Of course it’s a total lie, because that is not human nature.  People form themselves into groups and tribes and they fight each other, and they struggle for power.  What they want us to do, and what they are actually doing, is giving up our inheritance, and for what?  For this global world which is a threat, not a blessing.

ALEX:  This new framework does not work, it does not give you much means to express yourself.  There is no universal culture, it’s just, almost nothing.  If you mix and get rid of all the different views, you have a tiny, tiny thing at the end.  You can’t connect basically, and I think that is why people want to keep their inheritance and their traditions, and I don’t believe that hundreds of different nationalities can mix well in any place.

PAUL:  Well they are reducing to the lowest common denominator.  The French now call the English, “Globish”.  The language they use only has about 2000 English words now – international English.  The real English that we speak has 30 to 40 thousand words.  It’s a very rich language you know.  It is very difficult, obviously, for foreigners to understand it comprehensively.  But they try to simplify everything, dilute everything, so that other people can be absorbed into it.  But I have a great sense of loss about that you see, because what was glorious in our past, is going to be taken away where it is put into a future where suddenly I am competing with Somalis and Iranians and French people, even Russians in the job market.  I mean my children are competing with these foreign nationals for places at University.

Coronation Stone, Kingston Upon Thames, England

And what we should be privileged in our own country, as Russia belongs to the Russians, and England belongs to the English – Our forefathers created this nation for our benefit, for the benefit of future generations of English people, not for the world to come in and take it over you know, at least that’s what’s happening.

ALEX:  I sort of explain it as the concept of the ‘host’ and the ‘guest’, and when you say it is “fair play”, I still feel it is not really fair that any foreigner has the same rights, because it is your ancestors, your fathers, your forefathers that built the country, just as it was my father that built Russia.  I mean it is not fair to give equal rights to people coming from outside, all for free, you know, free housing etc.  I think Saudi Arabia has this concept of native people, and foreigners will never get the same rights.

PAUL:  Well it is not only unfair, it also takes away our rights.  When we go and vote in elections, we are not just having differences of opinions amongst the English, we are getting millions of foreigners coming in.  We are seeing this in London, especially with the Islamic block vote, they are coming in and they are competing with us in elections and defeating us.  So we are losing elections in our own country to foreigners.  This is like a form of colonisation.  There is no benefit to us.  They are not bringing anything positive to the party.  They have very little to contribute.  They come here with the mentality of “take take take”.  Now it is not the same with Europeans.  A lot of Europeans came here to work and to learn English, and to contribute to this country.  Well the people from Africa and Asia, they have very little to contribute.  They have very few skills, and they are quite happy to sit on our welfare state.  They come to this country, and they have free housing.  They have benefits to get free money.  They get free healthcare.  They get free education.  And they will abuse that to the hilt.  They will take everything they can.  You see, in a welfare system, the way the resources are rationed is through queuing.  You have to wait your turn to get health treatment or to get a house.  They are jumping the queue, and we, the native English, are being pushed to the back of the queue.  We have been so prosperous in the past that we think we can still overcome this, but it is reaching a scale now, and it is costing us so much money, that it is starting to impact the nation, and people are getting very concerned.

ALEX: I feel really bad to see what happens to the English.  I mean it is a beautiful country, I have seen it with my own eyes.  The people live with a very high standard on how they treat each other, and how they behave and treat foreigners. They treat them almost as if they were all the same.  This destruction happens everywhere.  All countries are suffering the destruction by globalist forces, and now people are standing up against it because it does not work for anybody.  Temporarily it works for people coming to England, the foreigners, but in another hundred years, the globalists will think to get rid of them as well. It is just a short term thing that does not work for anyone.  And I mean really, all the immigrants, they really want to live peacefully in their own homelands because they are used to that environment.  They don’t really want war or conflict, which is the reason they come to England.  It is not natural really for anyone to live in another country.  It was all orchestrated.

PAUL: Well we see in Europe now, the emergence of nationalist parties: patriotic parties, such as Le Pen in France, or the alternative for Deutschland, or the Swedish Democrats, or Salvini in Italy, or the Vox Party in Spain.  These parties have been very successful and they have managed to acquire quite a lot of political power.  They are growing political power in their country because people are concerned about the way things are developing, and that the nation state is being undermined.  Because there is not only mass immigration and a demographic change, there is loss of political power, because these Globalists have institutions which have sucked away power from our nation state, and they will impose agendas on separate nations, and you have to follow their agenda.  But these people who are making their decisions within these globalist institutions, and even within the European Union, are not accountable.  They are not democratically accountable.  We don’t know who they are, or how they are making their decisions.  We cannot influence their decisions.  They are simply imposing their agenda upon us.  If they want a borderless world, they simply take away the borders without our consent. If they want a One World government, they just take political power without our consent.  So there is an incipient rebellion now, as the native peoples of Europe, the Nation States, fight back against this.  But what really concerns me is that our right to politically protest, our right to politically speak out against this process, is being undermined, and is being attacked.  They bring what is called “Hate Speech Law.”  You can’t say that you don’t like immigration.  You can’t say that you do not want England to be an Islamic Nation.  Suddenly that is hate speech, and it is not allowed, and you can’t criticise politicians.  It’s like living in a totalitarian system.  We always say, and you will know this, it’s like being in Communist Russia.  If you dissent, you go to the Gulag.  This isn’t our tradition.  Our tradition is a tradition of liberty, where we speak out.  We have not had a secret police in the past.  We have not had a KGB or a Gestapo.  We have had the freedom to express ourselves.  So we are having these freedoms removed from us, and we are in a bit of a state of shock about this, because culturally, it is not British.  It is not the way we do things.  In America they have the constitution to safeguard the right to free speech.  But what we are finding is that Big Tech giants, they are not censoring speech.  We have this “cancel” culture now in universities.  Where the universities used to have freedom of debate and freedom of discussion, if you speak what they regard as “Hate Speech”, something that opposes their agenda, you get cancelled.  You get pushed to the margin and pushed out.  So this culture of liberty, which came out of John Locke and which came out of the movement of human rights, is being taken away from us by Globalism.  We are very concerned about that.  Very concerned!

ALEX:  Yeah absolutely.  Absolutely! In all places in the USA it is in the eye of everyone.  White males are being attacked.  They just put it into the laws and the universities.  There are courses now for white people (to deal with racial bias), and in the workplace, they are going to support non-white businesses.  How does it sound in America?  I could not believe that they got to this point, because indirectly, they sort of promote diversity and inclusion.

PAUL:  Well what they are doing is really frightening.  They are constantly condemning white people, with terms like “White Supremacy”, “White Privilege”… These are all negative fingers pointed at the white man.  And then they are changing our history.  Suddenly we are the villains of history instead of seeing European peoples have created modern civilisation, and all the glories of modern civilisation, all the benefits of modern civilisation.  Suddenly we are responsible for everything that is wrong in the world.  They say “Oh we were slaves.  You enslaved the Africans.”  That was two hundred years ago.  We actually ended the Slave Trade.  It was the British that put an end to the slave trade.  The slave trade had been part of human history for millennia, for thousands of years.  I mean in Russia you had serfdom. In Europe they had serfdom.  But in Africa they had indigenous slavery.  Islam was a great slave owning civilisation.  We were the first ones to say “We don’t want slavery”.  We fought against it, the British, and we stopped it.  We used the power of our international navy to stop the slave trade.  But instead of appreciating that and saying “Thank you”, we are actually just condemned as the former slave owners.  So we are constantly being condemned by our media, by our universities, by our politicians simply for being who we are.  This is an attempt to undermine us, and break us down.  Why? Because they want to dispossess us, take us out of our own nation, and give our nation to a replacement population.

ALEX:  Yes, this is what they call “Positive Discrimination”.  The lady who runs the policing in the UK, Cressida Dick, she talks about positive discrimination against white police officers.  It is all wrong.  I want to spend a bit of time talking about the good things that happen as a result.  The people are waking up, they are supporting each other, they are getting together and forming some unity, such as the patriots who defend the sacred sites of the war heroes.

PAUL:  The Cenotaph.. Yeah.  Well we have had Donald Trump in America.  Now his agenda was “America First”, “Make America Great Again”, lift up the stars and stripes.  He’s a Patriot.  He rallied the American Patriots.  He rekindled the American spirit, and he brought millions of people on board with his agenda.  75 million people voted for him, which was a record vote, but Joe Biden beat him, but we believe, I sincerely believe, that that was a fraudulent election.  That election was stolen by the Globalists.  I mean Joe Biden said “We have the most inclusive and extensive fraud operation in history”.  Joe Biden actually said that.

ALEX:  Really

PAUL:  Now on that night, they actually stopped the count when Donald Trump was winning, and was on his way to victory.  They calculated how many ballots they needed to stop Donald Trump, and they simply brought them in a truckload, after the elections had stopped.  And when Donald Trump took this to court to get this overturned, the court would not listen to the evidence, would not listen to the case.  The court had been intimidated.  And the media, who was supposed to raise the red flag about this and say “there is something bad going on here”, the media went along with the coup, with the fraud.  They had been bought by the globalists.  And so there was a dramatic defeat in America, when Trump won.  And now we are sitting with the Globalists in power in America again.  That’s a big setback for the Patriots.  But within Europe, there are a lot of Patriot Parties, and they are growing in strength.  And people are conscious of what is happening.  They do not like what is happening, even though the media is trying to manipulate them all the time to somehow accept multiculturalism.  They are trying to present it as something positive, and anybody who challenges it, is called “racist”.  Anybody who loves their culture, their history and their country, are called “Nazis”.  These insults are absurd.  But this is what we face.  And of course they target women through television, children at school, and they brainwash these people.  There is a process of manipulation taking place.  They are actually going against their own interests.  And we need figures, national heroes, that can rise up and throw this off.  But it is a real battle now, a battle for survival.

ALEX:  What I think is a good thing that happened last year, along with all the bad things that happened, it is finally in everyone’s eye.  They are not hiding anymore, they are just bringing all the powers and they are attacking it in a straight way.  They pretended for so long that they were just good.  Like Facebook, they are just good social media companies, but now they are all coming with their censorship and it is in the eye of everyone.  And the election, everyone can see it, and that makes people change their mind.  The resistance should grow in numbers I think.

PAUL: What happened in 2016, when Trump got elected, and when the British elected to leave the European Union, was that people used Social Media as a vehicle to connect, express their opinions, build opinion, and to present their platforms. It was a fantastic vehicle for the populace for awakening the people and inspiring patriotism.  But of course now, Social Media is heavily censored at every turn.  I mean, Trump is banned from Twitter.  People get banned from these platforms for simply making patriotic comments.  We try to create alternative platforms such as Parler and Gap, but they have been closed down.  People have gone onto Telegram.  We have looked to Russia, the UK as well, and have looked to these alternative platforms.  But it is difficult now.  It is a struggle, because everything is over Social Media now.  In the old days, when I was involved in politics, the newspapers were the key element of propaganda and communication, and every party would have their own newspaper, and they would sell that newspaper, and it would become a vehicle to rally around, but now it’s all got to be done on Social Media, because that is where the focus of the people is.  But that is being heavily policed so it is difficult to get the message out.  But you can’t kill the internet.  You shoot down one vehicle, and another vehicle opens.

ALEX:  It is up to people to take the initiative to do that.  It is not that difficult to get small platforms to get connected.  There is a lot of censorship, but there are still spaces for people to get together, unite and use it.  Like Texas wants to exit the United States, and it is a large group of people

Barbican, London, England

PAUL:  The secessionists, yes.

ALEX:  I don’t know exactly how they do that, but I think the main reason is because they do not like what is going on in America, and so they have gotten a lot of Texans together who want to live how they  like.  You don’t have to be a very advanced person to have respect for other people and other nations.  In Texas, there are people of all different nationalities, who share the same traditional values against this Globalist group, which is just evil.  Everything they promote is evil, or will be evil tomorrow, even if you can’t see it today.

PAUL:  Well it is anti-Christian.  Now obviously they try to present us as Xenophobes, somehow we hate foreigners and we are hostile to foreigners, but we are not.  We just want to defend what is of value in our own societies.  I personally enjoy foreigners, and I like the company of foreigners.  I love the variety of the world.  I embrace all peoples, and we can learn from each other.  That does not mean that our nations are taken away from us and that other people have the right to just walk all over us.  We must stand up for ourselves.  We must assert ourselves on Social Media and politically.  We have to have a goal, and that goal is to win political power, to win elections.  Elections are very very important.  Getting people in Parliament is very important.  We need to have control of the state machine, the state resources.  You see in Europe, I don’t know what the system is in Russia, but they have something called proportional representation.  You get the seats in proportion to what percentage of the votes you won.  In England we have a fare past the post system, which is different.  So it has allowed many European countries to merge many European nations, and to grow rapidly.  I mean the AFD in Germany went from naught to 98 seats.  It’s got a real voice in the German Budnestag.  I mean we have seen Salvini and his party the La Lega become a dominant party in Italy.  And the VOX party in Spain came from nowhere with 14,000 votes to 4 million vote.

ALEX:  That is a lot of good news.  I did not know that.

PAUL:  Yeah, these have all become big parties.  They join the mainstream, and they are challenging for power.  You start off with a populist party, but it has to grow.  In Britain, you had UKIP, and they started off small, and then they got 4 million votes, and they forced the government to have a referendum, and we voted to leave the European Union.  In England, the politics was focused mainly on leaving the European Union.  Whereas in Europe, it was focused mostly on national sovereignty and immigration.  And we have to go back to the Nationalist issues now, to reinvigorate the nation.

ALEX:  Every nation has the right to live independently, and to accept as many foreigners as they like.  It is a human right to decide where you want to live: a multicultural city, or your English city or your Russian city, or French.  It is your basic human right, and talking about it is difficult now, as it is labelled as wrong or racist.  But it is not.  It is just basic human rights.  How do you see the process of English Patriots getting together, because you can’t do it alone.  You need many people.

PAUL:  Well of course in the past, we have had big parties.  We have had the British National Party.  We have groups within the conservative party who are patriotic, and who are rallying the nation.  We need to help each other, not just in Britain, but across the western world.  This is why I am highlighting what is happening in Europe.  At the moment of course, we have had this Covid.

ALEX:  It’s all planned

PAUL:  We are not sure what to make of it, whether it is real, or whether it is false, what they are using it for, what’s the point of these vaccines… It’s a global conspiracy… why the virus was released… what’s the agenda there, but it has thrown everything out of kilter over the last 18 months.  Everyone of course is being forced to remain in their homes, so a lot of networks have been broken down.  We had no political elections last year.  Everything is being stalled.  But still, immigrants are coming into Dover.  Illegal immigration is continuing even during this pandemic.  Now you can see on Facebook and on Twitter, there is a lot of anger bubbling up constantly, and a lot of people want to address these issues.  And once the pandemic is over, we are going to see a real explosion in political activity again.

ALEX:  The biggest challenge for people to get together, like Russia, is more communal spirit, not talking about community in a soft way, like you celebrate something together, but really strong community spirit, it goes against the western type of individuality, and my home is my fortress.  You need to have a shared budget.  You need to chip in something together, and do something together.  This is something to learn, and I find that people do not know how to do it, really.  Do you see something encouraging happening in this area?

PAUL:  Yeah, because I have been involved in organisations in the past.  The British can be very collectivist when needed.  They can come together.  They are very sociable people.  Well actually, we look to Russia in many ways.  In Russia, the revitalisation of the church, the reclaiming of your history, the promotion of traditional moral values… We see that as a great beacon of light in this world, because the Globalists are pushing the exact opposite.  They are trying to destroy our faith.  They are trying to destroy our families.  They are trying to destroy traditional morality, and to atomise us, to isolate us as individuals.  We have to fight against that.  There is a culture war going on.  Trumpism was a rebellion against this Globalist agenda.  There is a battle taking place.  In Britain we had an election in 2019, and people elected a conservative government, because they thought the Conservatives would fight for the Patriots, but they have been very disappointing.

ALEX:  I find it very challenging for people.  I wish to get this collective spirit to grow tenfold, hundred fold.  Many more people should learn how to unite and get politically together, and grow.  But many people are struggling.  They are thinking just in a small scope, just of their house, community, village.  There should be more examples to share on success.  This is what stops the whole movement, because people don’t know how to unite and promote this together

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PAUL:  Leadership is very important.  If you have a dynamic leader, a strong leader, it is a catalyst for people.  I am very impressed with Marine Le Pen in France.  She has persevered over time.  She is so well known now, such a beacon of light, and she is rallying the French in this next Presidential election, and she is now favourite to win it.

ALEX:  That is good news.  I will say some good words about Russia, because there is still a lot of unrest, but the traditional family is still well defended in Russia.  People don’t buy all this Globalist abuse of the traditional family, all the harm they are trying to promote recently.  They still stand very strong in Russia.  So I am glad to hear that it is a beacon of light for you.

PAUL:  Not only Russia, we see that in the whole of the former Communist bloc.  Poland has been very successful in defending its nationhood and defending its borders, and in reinvigorating its national culture.  Poland is another beacon of light.  And the same thing is happening in Hungary.  Again we see this rekindling of national culture and national consciousness.  I mean in Eastern Europe, Communism protected a  lot of these nations from the virus of Liberalism, of their collective identity, and it has allowed these countries to rekindle their nations again.  They are great examples for the west on how to defeat Globalism.

ALEX: Yeah, and I think that is a great next move, to unite West and East, because there are still people who think in the Cold War terms, but I don’t believe it.  I mean, people in Russia, America and England, they are all good, decent people.  They have so much in common.  It is just the Globalist players who try to make a battle between countries.  It has nothing to do with people.  I think we all should unite on this traditionalist value.

PAUL:  Well we have this common inheritance of Christianity, don’t we.  We were part of Christendom.  I mean Russia, the Austro-Hungarian Empire, Spain, many of these countries were formed in a battle against Islam, and Christian nations joined the Crusades.  And now we need to rekindle our spirit of defending our civilisation from external threats and internal threats.  We need to rekindle this notion of Christendom.  We have a deep cultural unity which goes back 2000 years, and we should use that as a source of strength, because it has given us our traditional morals, it has given us the family, it has given us our traditional rights.  It has been the bedrock of our civilisation.   We have to return to that.  In a sense, as Europians, you have to look backwards in order to go forwards.  We have to re-embrace our history.  This is called roots, rekindling our roots.  What the globalists want to do is cut us off from our roots.  A tree without roots dies.  We need those roots to be strengthened.

ALEX: That is a good framework you mentioned.  It is good to unite all the people from all the world, and not think in terms of states, conflict, Cold War, or second World War.  It is now our war.  It is not my war.  Even my ancestors, my granddad was involved, but we should shift through these Globalist lies; a Globalist virus that attacks every country.  We should get rid of it and find a way to live together.  It is not that difficult.  But to find that virus and get rid of it is difficult.  I wish us best of luck with that.

PAUL:  We need each other Alex.  We need each other because we have external enemies, and internal enemies.  Through Patriots… I mean because you are a Russian Patriot, I am an English Patriot, French Patriots, Italian Patriots, American Patriots, we are brothers.  We are not enemies, we are brothers.  The wars of the twentieth century, the first World War and the second World War, were a great mistake.  They were brothers’ wars, where brother fought brother.

ALEX: It should never have happened.  Germany and Russia should never have fought.  People share the same values.  All this is Globalist games.  We should learn to see through it and stand together.

PAUL:  I am very optimistic about the future

ALEX:  So Am I

PAUL:  Because we can look back, and we can be inspired by what we have.  And even though we have lost a lot of ground to the Globalists, Trump showed how quickly we can regain ground.  We can regain it again.  We can try it again.  Our heritage, our inheritance is so wonderful, that people will be motivated to stand up and defend it.

ALEX:  I feel optimistic too, and I think this is the final push and then there is nothing more to do.  And then the Patriot numbers grow.  There are so many examples now in Europe.  I think that is it.  This is a brilliant interview, and I really enjoyed it.  So I want to thank you for your time.