May 11, 2012
-- After years and years of Anglo-Saxon heritage being blamed for some of the world's ills, Englishman Nicholas Griffin and his German associate, Gerhard Fritzheimer, two very nationalistic but realistic citizens, had spent some years organising a secret conference of all interested parties to discuss and formalise a body of like-minded persons to tackle the rapidly diminishing standing of white people in world affairs. With almost all racial overtones blamed on the white fraternity, whether correct or not, and with rampant, uncontrolled immigration and the virtual collapse of western economies, as much under the sheer weight of welfare commitments and genuine unemployment, plus the availability of endless cheap labour in the emerging economies and the media seeming to have greater influence than governments, it was thought a new identity was needed to re-establish their standing in the eyes of other races and discreetly assist in turning round some of the world's major headaches. Nicholas and Gerhard had met and invited major players in the western world's economic power base, excluding politicians who, it was thought, were to blame for most of the problems! They were exhilarated to receive invitation acceptances from every country from New Zealand and Australia in the southern hemisphere to Scotland and Greenland in the northern. No press had been allowed at the initial gathering, knowing it could all so easily be misconstrued as another "racist" talkfest! Plus some attendees had specifically requested their identities be kept secret to the outside world. This is their explosive story.
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