Wednesday, 12 July 2017

THE ENGLISH INN AND HOW TO CREATE A PIONEER LITTLE EUROPE

I want to write a positive article in these dark times. It is important to remember that there are good people doing positive work for White Europeans and you who are reading this would do well to help them. In this article, I want to look at White European community-building. There are already such communities, often called Pioneer Little Europes, being built. As the gutter press have reported, budding PLEs already exist in the north-east of England, the north-east of Germany and the north-west of the USA. 'Astonishingly', the press, who are always so keen to promote ethnic communities when it comes to non-White groups, have denigrated and libelled these projects for the sole reason that these are White European ethnic communities. So how does one go about building one? In this article, I will give my ideas on PLE-building, which can then be discussed in the comments section below.

 


 

For me, at least in England, one begins with an alehouse. A simple public house or a tavern will do, but an inn is best, as it provides accommodation. As G K Chesterton and Hilaire Belloc noted, the inn or public house has always been the hub of English culture and Samuel Pepys called the pub 'the heart of England'. The inn and tavern provided the first makeshift theatres, and the public house in general has provided entertainment for centuries. It was in the Tabard Inn that the pilgrims told their stories in Chaucer's Canterbury Tales, in the Eagle and Child in Oxford where the Inklings met, in the Ruskin Arms where Iron Maiden regularly played in their early days, like the Beatles before them in The Cavern and hundreds of other bands, in the George Inn where Belloc's The Four Men begins, and a mobile inn provides the resistance against a government-sponsored Islamic takeover (sound familiar?) in Chesterton's The Flying Inn.

 

 

Even now, pub teams are formed for playing pool, darts, bridge, dominoes and other panel games the length and breadth of the country, as well as football or other sports. Smaller rugby league teams have also centred around a pub; the Castleford Panthers ARLFC, before they got their own clubhouse, were originally the Pointer Panthers after The Pointer pub where they met. Leagues for individualist pursuits like angling and golf are also to be found, especially in the north of England. Holidays and trips are also organised by the pub landlord, as are quizzes and other evening entertainment. The smoking ban imposed by Tony Blair's Labour Party, which took effect just after Blair stepped aside and left Gordon Brown the poisoned chalice ten years ago, saw the closure of many traditional alehouses - and I suspect this was calculated deliberately to further weaken the White working-class community. 

 

 

 

What has also caused the decline in the pub trade is undoubtedly mass immigration and the inability to exclude the Other from the public house environment due to laws introduced against freedom of association. Also at fault was the greed of the big breweries, which owned many pubs and leased them out. Leasehold tenants managing successful pubs would have their rents raised by avaricious breweries, meaning good managers would lose enthusiasm and leave. They would then be replaced by managers set on by the brewery on a fixed salary, which again would offer no incentive for hard work in building up custom. Pubs have therefore been left to wrack and ruin and have unsurprisingly failed to attract trade and been sold off.

 

 

That said, taverns that offer decent meals still make a good profit and the Weatherspoon chain continues to expand, while the mass closure of pubs that have not adapted has lowered property prices in the sector, with some able to be snapped up for less than £100,000. Freehouses owned by independent pub landlords have also been doing rather well, especially ones providing meals, entertainment and selections of real ales, which are often brewed by the landlord himself. Self-made beer not bought from a brewery is also difficult for the inland revenue to trace and constitutes a tax-free profit if customers do not require receipts. It shows that with the right attitude and hard work, pubs, taverns and inns are a lucrative investment. But what has this got to do with creating a PLE? 

 

 

Well, the drinking establishment would provide an address for White Europeans wishing to move into the area from which one could send off one's curriculum vitae to prospective employers. At the middle to lower end of the job market, employers will want employees based in the area. As said, an inn is preferable, as it can provide extensive accommodation, but even a decent sized public house will have a number of spare rooms upstairs. This will come in useful in the interim period before getting a permanent residence and, after gaining employment, new arrivals will potentially have to consider time spent selling any existing property in their former neighbourhood. The landlord will therefore provide cheap board and lodgings during this period.

 

 

Once a PLE has begun to establish itself, the inn will provide a convenient meeting and events location for social and political groups, sports teams, exhibitions, live music and theatre etc. created by the community, which will both provide social cohesion and attract others into the community. As the community increases its numbers, the landlord can then decide if he wishes the inn to move towards becoming a private members club. In any case, there is often a private function room upstairs, which can be used as a 'members only' area so that one can separate community and public spheres. We have talked about what the landlord's duty to the community is, but the community also have a duty to the landlord. They need to frequent the establishment, of course, and help to organise events, but also must defend it from violent Leftist thugs should the occasion arise.

 

 

 

In contrast to the wild claims of needing millions of donated pounds by some in the movement, the way of creating PLEs I have outlined above costs relatively little - the price of a deposit for a mortgage - and in fact should prove profitable for all, especially the pub landlord. In the poorer areas of Britain, one can also obtain government grants for new businesses, which is also useful for a burgeoning PLE. In the Middle Ages, alehouses were often given by aristocrats to faithful soldiers who had proven themselves on the field of battle in their armies. As a property owner in the feudal system, it put one on the first rung to entering the peerage oneself, hence the term landlord. The PLE pub landlord will serve as the aristocrat: defender of the castle, culture bearer and provider of structure. And if you want a head start on where to buy, you could always get in touch with these chaps below:

 

8 comments:

  1. How do you contact WIN, exactly? They don't have a functioning website anymore.

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    1. Enquirers can contact us at winwhitene@outlook.com

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    2. I can confirm that the respondant is genuine, as I know him personally.

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  2. Going to semi copy and paste a previous comment here, as late.

    Searching on the phrase "intentional communities" will throw up a myriad of options that people have trialled and multiple self-help books and websites for the wide range of (usually religious or hippie type) communities who have developed it.
    I suppose also, it can be thought of in (at least) two ways. The physical proximity of communal living and the in-group philosophy than binds people together, not necessarily all living in a small geographical territory. Think of the Jews, with a diasporic theology, a nepotistic / self-help culture, but not - in the main - being in the same immediate zone.
    As I understand it with Musson, Pioneer Little Europe, White Independent Nation, Nova Europa etc the intention is not to be a concentrated blob, but to seed a wider community and try to gain converts but also to use this wider locale for sustainability and cover.
    That said Mr Musson's "prerequisites" and the price tag he attaches to them do not strike me as being welcome or realistic and there is also a natural caution wrt tithing to some unknowable quantity.
    With respect to the physical co-location aspect, there's many imponderables nationalists or ethnocentrists have not even started to scratch the surface of, though no doubt hippies in rural Wales and such places (living implicly white lives ironically) have.
    For instance, at the bottom end, low use land at cheaper rates might legally accommodate static caravans for 10 months of the year. Traveller 'equality' legislation might allow for local authority designated spaces to be set-up. Certain practices in farming or animal husbandry might allow structures to be built to accommodate them. Traditional building structures, (often promoted as eco-housing) such as cob houses or modern variants such as straw bale, might find favour with local planning authorities especially where they fit with the local vernacular, and once the skillset is acquired allow a community to continually pitch in with each other, creating simple house designs to which rooms can be added onto as the wider project (or individual families) grow. Based around farmable land (permaculture, market garden, aquaponics) perhaps even with its own water source and with home schooling, traditional skills, it has an attractive off-grid element (maybe belied by the tougher reality). Many intentional communities though fall apart or peter out. That's where the research would come in. Finally, knowledge of the intricacies of planning regulations are likely to be found on the websites of many of these other intentional community groups.
    Someone should do the math of the tfr battle between these communities and the wider society. If each family eventually committed to have four children for instance, what longer-term implications would this have. How could the overall intellect of this group be raised - selective breeding perhaps, if not too noxious?

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    1. A very interesting comment and one which I think needs an article in itself to respond adequately, which I'll get on with now....

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  3. SNG thanks for that. interesting
    ideas. Much food for thought.

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  4. Afrikaners (Boere) intentional communities eg. ORANIA in South Africa is worth looking into.
    Apartheid not such a bad idea after all!

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