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RA Britannia: Rivers of Blood – England Lives

RA Britannia: Rivers of Blood

England Lives
April 17th, 2018

Sven Longshanks hosts a solo episode of RA Britannia looking at Enoch Powell’s famous ‘Rivers of Blood’ speech which was recently dramatised by the BBC.

Jews and Blacks were trying to get this speech banned and the fact they were almost able to do so, shows that it’s author was correct about Blacks having the whip hand over Whites. The speech really doesn’t have any inflammatory language in it and there are no racial slurs, yet still the establishment hated it and accused Powell of inflaming racial tensions.

Jacob Rees-Mogg has disappointed masses of his former supporters by making a statement condemning Enoch Powell, which shows he does not have the courage needed to make any real changes if he was Prime Minister. He knows full well the speech is truthful and accurate, yet does not have the balls to admit that in the face of a critical establishment.

Sven looks at the key points of the speech and points out their relevance to what was happening at the time it was written and today.

Presented by Sven Longshanks