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John Tyndall pt 15

The Eleventh Hour Chapter 17 – The Imperial Imperative

John Tyndall addresses the 1998 BNP Conference

• The Colonial territories once owned by Imperial powers now, for the most part, rot in poverty, maladministration and corruption

“The Empire is not breaking up, it is growing up”

Conservative Prime Minister Harold Macmillan

• The economic motives of Empire predominated over all others (including Racial Expansion)

•  The British Empire never intended to colonise South Africa with British settlers

• Jewish finance in London was determined to secure the gold and diamonds under the Afrikaner’s land. The Boer war followed

• India ‘The Jewel in the Imperial Crown‘, was always more of a prestige symbol of Empire than an asset to it

• Britain’s entry into the ECC in 1973 weakened it’s ties with the White Dominions

 

Richard Edmond’s speech in Birmingham 1st February 2014 

John Tyndall BNP Conference speech 1998 4/6


 
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