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A British Lady Politely Permits Herself to Notice Something

Pamela Hansford Johnson

Pamela Hansford Johnson (1912-1981)

The novelist Pamela Hansford Johnson, who was assigned in 1966 to cover the trial of murderer Ian Brady and his accomplice Myra Hindley for The Sunday Telegraph, later published a book on the subject titled On Iniquity: Some Personal Reflections Arising out of the Moors Murder Trial. Johnson is largely concerned with the question of censorship and cites the presence of books about the Marquis de Sade and the NSDAP in Ian Brady’s personal library – Johnson’s insinuation being that a society so permissive as to allow its population free access to the works of Sade might soon find itself plunged into the horrors of Nazi Holocaust. On Iniquity is, in short, a work inoperably cuckolded in its bizarre conflation of nationalism with pornography, sexual violence, and pedophilia. Only once does Johnson allow herself to stray from the path of sociological propriety, and it is this little passage that warrants readers’ attention today. Discussing increasingly mean-spirited humor in British television programming and public life, she writes:

At about the same period, jeering about the Christian religion also became “good for a giggle” – one of the most affectless phrases of our decade. It is curious that this happened more or less at the time when libertarians [i.e., ostensible proponents of free expression] were campaigning for a tightening-up of the law in respect of anti-Semitism or any kind of racial hatred. Very odd. It is true that many Christians did complain at some of the more gross insults offered to their faith, but they were generally considered in the light of fuddy-duddies, if not as Ancient Druids.1

Curious, indeed, Mrs. Johnson – but surely just a coincidence.

Warren Misell

The original Archie Bunker – Till Death Do Us Part‘s Alf Garnett

Surely, too, it was just a coincidence that it was in 1965, the year that saw the passage of Britain’s Race Relations Act, which criminalized “incitement to racial hatred”, that the BBC premiered the sitcom Till Death Do Us Part, the inspiration for Norman Lear’s seductively anti-American CBS hit All in the Family:

In the 1960s, an MP told the House of Commons that the only sensible political debate in this country was taking place on Till Death Us Do Part. First screened in 1965, the sitcom landed like a meteor on the BBC’s cosy TV schedule. It was trouncing Coronation Street by its second series, pulling in almost 20 million viewers.

Its star character was Alf Garnett [played by Jewish actor Warren Misell, alias Mitchell], the brash, working class reactionary, described by one TV critic as “everything most hateful about our national character – xenophobic, illiberal, racist, anti-Semitic, toadying, authoritarian”.

Writer Johnny Speight had meant it as a satire, but millions failed to spot the irony, preferring instead to see Garnett as a champion of the downtrodden, white, working man. Both sides saw the clear message that Britain was struggling to come to terms with immigration.2

Britain, as everybody knows, never stopped “struggling to come to terms with immigration” – the palace mulatto notwithstanding – but, unlike the days of telecommunications monopoly, “the only sensible political debate” in Britain is no longer being televised.

Rainer Chlodwig von K.   

Endnotes

  1. Johnson, Pamela Hansford. On Iniquity: Some Personal Reflections Arising out of the Moors Murder Trial. New York, NY: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1967, p. 46.
  2. “10 Key Moments in UK Race Relations”. BBC News (August 31, 2001): http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/1517672.stm
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43 comments on “A British Lady Politely Permits Herself to Notice Something

  1. icareviews
    December 26, 2017

    Reblogged this on icareviews.

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  2. Don Logan
    December 26, 2017

    It pisses me off how cucked & perverse that country has become: online Twitter police, trans indoctrination for elementary school children, & more mixed couples (i.e., black male white woman) on their TV than White couples. Now there’s a new film celebrating one of the principal accelerants of that country’s decline – Churchill. If the US was the incubator & source of this poison, how & why did this particularly country adopt it with such zeal?

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    • Joey
      December 27, 2017

      If the United States is the Empire of White Genocide, then Britain, Western Europe, Canada, Australia and New Zealand are its outer provinces.

      I noticed 10 years ago that what is thought up in America, soon appears in these countries as if by magic and the politicians of these countries are so devoid of imagination, that none of these ideas would occur to them if America didn’t exist.

      When I figured this out 10 years ago, I lost all interest in the fake politics of my own country and focused all my efforts on America. Now I honestly couldn’t tell you who is the responsible politician for what in my own country.

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  3. bob saffron
    December 27, 2017

    The gun-grab of ’68 not an irrelevant event.

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  4. guest
    December 27, 2017

    Speaking of, i recommend the British Ramzpaul:
    Joe Owens Talking Sense (YouTube)

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    • bob saffron
      December 27, 2017

      He’s dead right on Tommy Robinson.

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    • Hipster Racist
      December 28, 2017

      @guest

      Owens is almost certainly right about the “moles” of the “celebrity Alt Right” crowd, at least some of them.

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      • icareviews
        December 28, 2017

        This guy just seems bitter and unappealing to me. He claims Mark Collett is a Hope Not Hate spy – a serious allegation – but advances nothing in the way of evidence apart from Collett getting caught on tape talking about Adolf Hitler several years ago. Collett’s work today, whenever I see him, is of an exceptionally uniform and quality character. Owens just seems to be trying to sow discord out of spite.

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      • icareviews
        December 28, 2017

        HR, I don’t know if you looked at the Nick Griffin pdf that Owens recommends, but he actually defends Heimbach and criticizes Spencer for counter-signalling TradYouth’s displays for the media:

        http://altrightnotright.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/Alt-Right-Not-Right-Online.pdf

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      • Hipster Racist
        December 28, 2017

        I’ve seen at least two Owens videos where he openly states he thinks Heimbach is working for the $PLC or some such group. Those were recent, there on the front page of his youtube channel.

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      • icareviews
        December 28, 2017

        He just seems to think nobody can be trusted and that the Alt-Right is worthless. I watched one of his videos where he says the way forward is knocking on neighbors’ doors and talking about white interests. Sounds like a plan if my intention is to get evicted from my apartment.

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      • Hipster Racist
        December 28, 2017

        Owens has said specifically that people do NOT care about “white interests” but instead people should focus on issues that people care about like health care and jobs. He says to not focus too much on race but instead of immigration numbers, etc. His “strategy” for whatever its worth is to go for mainstream political power.

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      • icareviews
        December 28, 2017

        That and accusing people like Mark Collett of being spies.

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      • Hipster Racist
        December 28, 2017

        Owens was the bodyguard of Nick Griffin and was active in the BNP. There’s a video of a leftist plant in BNP talking about how he infiltrated them, bragging that Nick Griffin thought there was a mole and put the mole himself in charge of finding the mole. I’m sure that has made Owens quite paranoid.

        But it doesn’t take any sort of James Bond to look at what these various celebrity figures are doing and figure out if its actually effective or not. You can argue about very specific things and whether certain kinds of talking points are good or bad.

        But Tommy Robinson showing up to campaign against Brexit while doing media appearances with his new swastika-tattooed girlfriend? TardYouth in costumes and armbands chanting “Heil Heimbach” for the cameras? Maybe it’s just me but all that seems like obvious “reality TV” acting on par with the Kardashian family. You don’t need to be a “mole” or getting a paycheck from the $PLC, you just need to be a narcissist who loves media attention. I suspect most of them do it for free.

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      • icareviews
        December 28, 2017

        Apparently Richard Spencer’s intention is to get Trump kicked out of office:

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      • Hipster Racist
        December 28, 2017

        If I were a Trump-tard who didn’t already know about Spencer and only saw “Hailgate” I would think the same thing. Wouldn’t you? Spencer forced Trump to denounce him and it’s not like Spencer didn’t know that his personal enemy, David Frum, was going to do a hit piece on NPI, yet he invited them anyway.

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      • guest
        December 28, 2017

        To paraphrase Owens good wobble: “As i speak our people are only concerned about their economic plight, they are not interested in the greatness of Rome, or Greece, or save the white race, it’s meaningless, it’s stuff that is not getting us anywhere. Our activity must be geared to the winning of power, anything else is a waste of time.”

        While i don’t like it, i must concur. He is also right that the only thing preventing us getting up and running is money. I can’t name one Soros or Bezos counterpart on our side, while they have plenty. Because money is what moves mountains, and lack of it is why our clown acts are so susceptible to hostile takeovers, most of those full timers don’t even make minimum wage, it’s a dire situation, one almost inviting corruption, when people are squabbling over crumbs.

        “We gotta go into our communities and address what effects our people, they are not interested in kebabs and how they are prepared, they are not interested in female genital mutilation, because it will never affect anyone they even know.”

        Basics really, there is no getting around it.

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      • Hipster Racist
        December 28, 2017

        I’ve seen the pdf, part of the $PLC led smear campaign against NPI right when they were gaining prominence. Harold Covington used the same tactic against numerous people, including David Duke, back in the 90s and it’s straight out of COINTELPRO and even Scientology campaigns:

        1. Accuse people of some sort of sexual crimes.

        2. Accuse people of stealing money

        Owens has videos saying that Heimbach is “too obvious” about being a plant but Spencer is much more “clever” – that’s on the front page of his youtube channel right now. Maybe his “feddar” is turned up a bit high but he’s got the right idea.

        TardYouth & Renengade were literally writing homosexual fan fiction about Spencer and NPI that would have made credible plot lines for gay porn movies. You really gotta wonder about so-called “traditional Christians” that have such well defined gay porn narratives in their heads all the time. I mean, if you watch a video of Spencer and the first thing you think of is gay sex, well, that means you’re probably gay.

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      • Joey
        December 28, 2017

        icareviews
        December 28, 2017

        “This guy just seems bitter and unappealing to me.

        Owens just seems to be trying to sow discord out of spite.”

        I used to think that way about him, but I just watched his video on Pauline Hanson and it was respectful and constructive. I also haven’t seen him speak ill of Nick Griffin.

        I have come to the opinion there is far more money spent on suppressing and using the Pro White movement that anyone realizes. It wouldn’t surprise me if billions have been spent.

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      • bob saffron
        December 28, 2017

        “Tommy Robinson” aka “Paul Harris” aka “Andrew McMaster” (né Stephen Christopher Yaxley-Lennon) makes his (((pitch))):

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      • bob saffron
        December 28, 2017

        “Trump must act now!”
        Tasking the FBI with sniffing out traitors in the nationalist movements is risible.

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    • james
      January 1, 2018

      Cheers.

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  5. Boopedybop
    December 27, 2017

    Obligatory ‘Enoch was right’ comment.

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  7. guest
    December 28, 2017

    And if you plan a Trump year in review
    a good jumping-off point is Scott Adams’:
    The Demolition President

    Best first year ever! Please clap.

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    • Sam J.
      December 31, 2017

      As far as I’m concerned Trump hasn’t done shit. He hasn’t done anything that jeb wouldn’t do. No mass deportations of aliens, no wall, no arrest of the deep State that did 9-11 and all the other false flags. If some of these were false flags and I’m talking about, Sandy Hook, Boston bombing, etc. ,and there’s really good info that shows them to probably be, then with judicial power to compel evidence it would be fairly easy to prove it one way or another. After the Las Vegas shooting I’ve resigned myself to thinking that HR was right all along. I don’t want to believe this as Pournelle said,”Despair is a sin”, but it’s become difficult to see it any other way than the PTB put Trump up to give us hope that someone would save us. I think Sessions behavior is particularly odd. He looks like he has PTSD and is terrified of what ever is going to happen. He acts nothing, nothing like he did before the election. The idea that we’re going to raise enough money to outspend them is silly. They have unlimited amount of fiat money. Whatever amount they chose to cook up. With trillions missing “just” from the Defense budget God only knows what they’ve cooked up. It’s very discouraging. I apologize for my negativity but…I just feel this way.

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  8. Tom Rogers
    December 29, 2017

    I am from Britain. I look in here now and again, and I’ve just been reading the comments. This must be the first time in a long time that I have encountered sensible people on the Right. You lot are like hen’s teeth.

    I won’t respond individually, but one thing I would say about Joe Owens, which needs to be taken into account, is that although he does sometimes discuss the American Alt Right, his focus is – quite rightly – on Britain and the political situation in Britain and so everything he says has to be seen in that light.

    I’ve long been of the view that whatever the merits of the Alt Right, its strategy and tactics are ‘American’ and can’t be translated to Britain, for various reasons that I won’t exhaust here. I believe what is needed is a specifically British metapolitical approach.

    I came into Nationalism back in 2009 and I am much more ideological than Owens (I’m NS) and certainly don’t agree with him on everything, but he is largely right about methodology and I came to much the same conclusions as Owens more or less instantly when I became involved all those years ago. In my view, certainly as far as Britain is concerned, there is no Nationalist movement to speak of. It is, at best, a virtual movement of a few dozen committed people and that’s it.

    Whenever I have defended Owens, I have had to face the usual tiresome, sophomoric nonsense, such as:

    “Elections don’t change anything”. My response: It’s true that we won’t win our objectives through elections, in that narrow sense Owens is wrong, but the assertion that elections change nothing is flatly untrue. Elections are an important tactical component of what is needed to win.

    “We need to change the culture first.” My response: Kulturkampf is political. You change the culture as you win power, not as a prelude to winning power. The notion of a powerless kulturkampf is politically illiterate and leads us into sterility and irrelevancy.

    I could go on, but I think the above summarises things. I hope people on here can perhaps maintain contact and maybe we could build a dialogue through this site. I will be frank: I am desperate for contact with sensible people now as the situation in my beloved country is dire.

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    • Tom Rogers
      December 29, 2017

      I also have a channel on YouTube where some of my videos discuss this topic (and I hope to add more). Please feel free to comment and subscribe:

      https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1TpIqdXrCKlChiqn2B2oQg/videos?view_as=subscriber

      Here’s a link to my metapolitics series of videos:

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    • icareviews
      December 29, 2017

      As an American, something I definitely want to see less of in 2018 is the paranoia and bickering that have plagued the Alt-Right mainly in the U.S., but also in Europe. I like both Spencer and Johnson, and the squabbling that the two have allowed to seep into the public sphere is obviously embarrassing for everyone who supports the good work of both men. I lose patience with people who seem to devote most of their time to attacking other movement figures. At this point, I’ve basically gotten over my queasiness about Spencer, Johnson, Friberg, and Peinovich – each of whom caused me to question their loyalties at some point during 2017 – although that, of course, isn’t to say that any of them is beyond reproach, even now that I’ve more or less satisfied myself that they’re not working for three-letter agencies. We have to be more than a little wary, given white nationalist history, and elements of each man’s approach – for instance, Spencer’s goofy and ultimately disastrous foray into street theater and apparent indifference to being seen in public with Heimbach – are irritating if not alarming – but I do want to see more collaborations taking place, even if it’s as simple as Millennial Woes traveling to the continent or to the States to appear at a conference or Paul Nehlen going on another Alt-Right podcast. I’ll continue to watch with interest as Spencer seems to get more serious about putting together a professionalized Alt-Right think tank with a legal apparatus. 2018 needs to be a year of renewed seriousness and realism in addition to the lulz.

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      • Hipster Racist
        December 30, 2017

        @icareviews

        New Year’s Resolutions for 2018: I’m dropping the “Alt Right” label. I’m going with “pro-White.” I’ve been a fan of Spencer for over five years, I’ve defended him against all comers, including you, for a long time.

        No more. He’s snatched defeat from the jaws of victory, embarrassed the pro-White movement, and his AltRight.com site is literally Russian propaganda, practically designed to make “Alt Right” look like a foreign operation – it may as well have been designed by the DNC. The guy who runs it, Vincent Law, is a 24 year old moron who is maybe one grade above (((Daily Stormer))) just without the sense of humor. Spencer’s wife doesn’t even try to hide it, doing nothing but tweeting Putin and Dugin fangirlism.

        There are so many pro-White figures and trends popping up – why stick to Spencer’s personal brand “Alt Right?” Why “right” anyway? Why “alt?” I’ve not a conservative, not a Republican, and not “right wing.” I’m just pro-White, that’s good enough for me. I mean, look at Paul Nehlen – sure, he probably won’t win, but he’s already a better public figure than Spencer.

        I’m not going to attack Spencer, I’m not going to smear him or spread rumors about him, but neither am I going to hitch my wagon to his vanity project. There’s nothing wrong with “infighting.” Real political movements “infight” all the time. The entire GOP does nothing but attack each other as “RINOs” remember, and they are the ruling party.

        Spencer should just stick to doing his college tour and suing when they try to shut him down – that’s effective and something he’s good at.

        “Paranoia?” I call that “perception.” We have 50 years of documented history that the entire “movement” has been astroturf since that moron GLR. Calling it out is good optics.

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      • icareviews
        December 30, 2017

        My New Year’s Resolution is to convert you to hardcore NazBol and bring you around to fur hat uniformed activism. Also, we’re going to need to get matching hammer-and-swastika tattoos.

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    • bob saffron
      December 31, 2017

      Owens’ dim view of Jez Turner and his antics rang a bell. It will indeed be interesting to see the outcome of his trial.
      https://tinyurl.com/y7sput4c

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    • Sam J.
      January 10, 2018

      “We need to change the culture first.”

      The Jew hasbaras are all over the place saying this. It’s like a contagion. I point out the them that we have all the time in the owrld to change the cukture after we get rid of the Jew.

      I know it seems like we can never get rid of the Jew but Germany was even more cucked than we are and they, briefly, forced the Jew from power and almost derailed them forever. They are a bit more circumspect in their behavior this round but they’re slowly losing grasp on their sanity and moving more towards Weimar World every day. They don’t seem to be able to stop themselves. So either they will kill us all, a possibility, or they will eventually be put on the road as before.

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  9. Tom Rogers
    December 30, 2017

    Latest from Joe Owens…

    The Notes From The Borderland article that Owens refers to should be very informative for anyone not familiar with the British far-Right. Here’s the link: http://www.borderland.co.uk/component/k2/item/134-brexit-resisted.html

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  10. Tom Rogers
    December 30, 2017

    A comment I forgot to make but which is relevant to the article:

    There is a subtlety in the Alf Garnett character (and, I imagine, also in his American equivalent), which is that it was, I believe, intended to back multi-cultural propaganda, not just by painting nativist views and sentiments in a poor light, but also by using humour (a very British style of humour) to densensitise the ordinary British public to mass immigration and mixed-racialism. By making jokes about ‘wogs’ and ‘coons’, etc., Alf Garnett was helping the British get used to living with the same. It’s clever psychology and not as blunt as it might first appear.

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    • icareviews
      December 30, 2017

      It also exhibits a process Michael Hoffman has described, in which people looking for an alternative embrace an image of dissent that in fact emanates from the establishment they seek to oppose. This is true of the hippies and would-be radicals who take up causes and lifestyles promoted by billionaire oligarchs – or American white nationalists who wear Nazi-like uniforms, taking up the image that Hollywood created for them. In the case of Archie Bunker, the American Alf Garnett, conservatives embraced him as one of their own, warts and all, and acquiesced in their presentation to the public as grouchy, illiterate, flabby oafs.

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    • Hipster Racist
      December 31, 2017

      @Tom Roger

      Yes, the American version, Archie Bunker, worked the same way. At first, it was just about black people, but toward the end they started playing up Spanish speaking mestizos, preparing America for the coming waves of millions and millions of Spanish speaking Mexicans, Central Americans, and South Americans now flooding our country.

      Everyone loved Archie Bunker but the character was clearly meant to soften the blow of displacement.

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      • Karen T
        December 31, 2017

        The American version of Black Mirror works the same way. The first two seasons, produced by creator Brookers’ company in England were great. Netflix picked it up and the series has now become a bland vehicle for promoting multiculturalism and race mixing.

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  11. smartwhiteguy
    January 1, 2018

    Thanks!
    Now I know what I’m going to be watching while I convalesce.
    I already watched every episode of “Steptoe and Son” on youtube a couple years ago.
    Funny thing about ‘Steptoe and Son”, Harry H. Corbett, who played the son, was once hailed as the finest actor in the Shakespearean tradition and really hated his role on that show but stuck to it only because it paid the bills.
    Wilfrid Brambell, who played the cantankerous old father was actually a homosexual of the sleaziest variety who spent his off hours chasing young, Asian men.
    Anybody have any idea why show business is so weird? :^)

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  12. Sam J.
    January 6, 2018

    “…Anybody have any idea why show business is so weird?…”

    The personality needed to want to be an “actor” and be in front of people all the time tends towards the narcissist or a bit off. The ancients believed actors were mostly low people and whores. They of course were right.

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