I was very touched to have been invited a BNP reunion on Sunday. In fact, only one of our number - there were five of us - is actually still in the party.
That does seem to mean I am in reasonably good standing with some of the people I used to know to have been invited in the first place. I had left the party rather under a cloud after having been expelled, later associating with and then subsequently falling out with Dave Jones, formerly of the British People's Party.
I am therefore simultaneously grateful and surprised, proud yet humbled.
What is a nationalist?
Someone who wishes to promote the long-term national interest with a combination of pragmatic policies that does not adhere to traditionally confused ideas of "right" and "left".
I like to think that nationalism is but common sense. If nationalism is being marginalised and nationalists abused and mocked, then so too are common sense and people of good sense .
Any ideology that prides itself on going against common sense while refusing to engage in a reasoned debate is clearly dishonest and destructive eg feminism and liberalism.
It is time to storm their citadel, which is already rotten with corruption and dementia.