The Nation Wreckers



To date we have looked at both the detrimental effect of immigration, how the immigrant influx had fundamentally changed society as well as the cultural Marxists who have politically benefitted by what in certain parts of Ulster, amounts to an virtual invasion.

Whilst the liberal-left decry our ethno-nationalism as the fevered rantings of the far-right and that our campaign is in defence of capitalism/big business our critics either don’t know or purposely ignore the fact that immigration is at the behest of finance-driven, multinational companies & corporations, entities which demanded cheap labour in their absence of providing decent wages and conditions to Ulsterfolk.

Why employ Brendan or Billy at £9 p/h when we can have Pablo or Gregori doing the same job for £6.95-£7.20 without moaning about overtime/nights or weekends as those much needed funds are needed back home, and with nine to a two up/two down terrace house their living expenses are to a bare minimum!

image The various shyster recruitment agencies have been amongst big beneficiaries of the influx, to the extent that even the. Smaller scale operations now have international offices/recruitment centres in the Phillipines, Portugal & Poland with a full service provided to impoverished locals, with visa, flights and accomodadation provided by slum landlords on this side everyone, save for our local workers and house hunters, is a winner! It goes without saying that the expansion of slum housing in Craigavon, S. Tyrone and parts of Belfast are as a DIRECT result of what amounts to an economic migrant crisis.

imageThose shiny new buildings didn’t get there overnight, but are the product of long term financial planning by the multinationals and international finance, that every facet of their operations are driven by cost and profit margin, their expansion and all those wonderful new jobs we hear of aren’t primarily aimed at alleviating local unemployment, simply another wave of new neighbours in our ever forbidding, ever darkening town and city centres as their call for cut price labour reaches an increasingly receptive audience in impoverished far away lands.

Thus the liberal-left are patiently wrong, their assertion that somehow we are the boot boys of capitalism is both “false news” and an indication that the left in particular, largely the preserve of students and work shy fenians, has no understanding of the economic impoverishment of OUR working class.

Whilst Ulster Awake is grounded very much in such concerns, the defence of globalist companies or the rights or entitlement of an imported coolie workforce is not part of our agenda.


Election 2017 – toward the abyss

With the voting figures now in, we take a look at the results and their significance for the Ulster people.

The big story was of course the Sinn Fein result, to be fair they worked hard toward this strengthened position, their electoral machine went into overdrive, imported activists and cadres from the South and the transport of their constituency to the polls  paid off and with their strengthened mandate it is little wonder that the PUL community ask what next as they persue what Arlene Foster termed the radical republican agenda.

For certain they will implement their equality agenda, an agenda which not only includes an Irish language act, but the murder of the unborn via legislation designed to weaken abortion law and of course the welcome wagon will be put out for the invasive masses.


Also expect new draconian “hate laws” and race relations acts to stifle criticism of the influx.

Sinn Fein used and utilised every minority in their electoral campaign, but there were three targeted constituencies, first we have the traditional sectarian fenian bigot with promises of ending the union and putting the boot into the Huns, the vote was in the bag. Then we had the smaller but more politically correct and astute vote which included, but wasn’t exclusive to, the Seme sex marriage brigade, the would be killers of the unborn fanatical feminists, the immigrants and their advocates along with the far left who yearn for revolution, class war and the establishment of the communist utopia outlined in SF’s utopian Eire Nua/32 county socialist republic, border less, internationalist and based upon the evil doctrine of Karl Marx.


It is also a key policy that the party, contrary to any aspiration of national independence, is fanatically committed to the EU as the republican strategist knows that the socialism they espouse is economic gobbledygook, simply put a Sinn Fein Ireland would, without foreign financial aid, soon crumble as the country’s resources would be squandered on their madcap schemes.

We offered no advice to our supporters during the election, the DUP have proven untrustworthy and incompinient with public finance, the UUP entering into a failed electoral pact with the “moderate” republicans of the SDLP, the PUP being neo-Marxist and the TUV unlikely to have polled well beyond Jim Allisters’ personal fiefdom in N. Antrim.

However it is now time to set aside political differences to safeguard not only our constitutional position, but our homeland for our future generations, failure to do so as a point of urgency will make the genocidal fenianism of 30 years of IRA terror seem like a walk in the park.

Communism doesn’t kill the individual, it kills people’s and destroys nations….

The SNP, Scotland’s Sinn Fein

Recently prominent individuals in the SNP , including an MSP, a councillor and a prospective council candidate have come under media scrutiny for their open support for Irish republican terrorism, sharing both vicious hatred of Britain combined with faux nationalism as a thin disguise for their vile politics of cultural Marxism.



Pictured above (in the middle)!) is the SNP MSP for Glasgow, Shettleston, Mason is, in addition to being a committed multiculturalist a supporter of IRA terrorism. He recently described the vile killers of the three Scottish soldiers in Legioneil, Belfast in 1973 as “freedom fighters”. His later enforced “apology” was wholly cosmetic, ill disguising the common cause which drives republicans on both sides of the water..

While the SNP are doctrinaire anti-racist, with Asians having provided the initial cash funding to establish the party, republicans there are keen to enter a culture of victim hood where by their large Irish fenian support base are the subject of an imaginary racism. To hilight such racism they parade IRA supporting flute bands through areas of Scotland where they are clearly not welcome. Opposition to such activity, evidence of said “racism”. In effect it is a charade, but a charade designed to build a foreign culture of anti-British republicanism on Scotland’s streets.

Here we have an example of one such participant in these sort of events.



While the SNP seek to promote an image of socially concerned nationalists putting the welfare of indigenous Scots at the top of their agenda, a curious glance at the Party’s social media brings up a very different range of images, graphic in their illustration of an organisation comrade to those concerned with Marxism & Murder.

The  proverbial wolf in sheep’s clothing.


People Before Profit: Another Form of Irish Republican Socialism

A new political front has emerged in Northern Ireland recently that has Sinn Féin worried, especially in West Belfast. Before the local council elections in 2014, few had heard of People Before Profit Alliance (PBP). Now in the Assembly elections of 2016, particularly in areas of North and West Belfast, there are PBP election posters everywhere. They currently have 3 TDs in Dáil Éireann, 14 councillors in local government in the Republic of Ireland, and 1 councillor in Northern Ireland who is Gerry Carroll from West Belfast.

Who are People Before Profit?

The name itself is nothing more than a cover name for the Socialist Workers Party (SWP) who established the group to contest elections both north and south of the border. SWP was formed in 1971 and is a far-left wing political party that espouses Irish republican socialism, Marxism, Trotskyism, and eco-socialism. SWP’s original name was the Socialist Workers Movement (SWM) and was founded by the International Socialists of Britain living in Ireland at the time, who had also been members of Peoples’ Democracy (PD). PD, formed by radical left-wing students at Queen’s University Belfast, had been instrumental in creating civil rights protests in Northern Ireland in the late 1960s and organised the Belfast to Londonderry march in 1969 that lead to trouble breaking out near the village of Burntollet outside Londonderry. PD deliberately passed small Protestant villages in the hope of provoking a reaction.

The Socialist Workers Party do not hide their Irish republican socialist credentials. After the ‘Love Ulster’ riots in Dublin 2006, SWP released a press statement praising the actions of the rioters for attacking the Loyalist march in Dublin that day. The SWP has also stated that the only way for non-sectarianism to be realised is if Loyalists turn their backs on their ideals. Christy Moore, an Irish folk singer/songwriter and a very vocal supporter of the Provisional IRA campaign, even backed PBP in the forthcoming elections.

He also created and released albums in support of the hunger strikers in the 1980s, and also created the album “Spirit of Freedom”, which was sold to generate money for PIRA.


One of the SWP leading activists is Eamonn McCann who is standing in the Foyle constituency in the forthcoming Assembly elections. McCann is a well-known individual from Londonderry and was deeply involved with the Northern Ireland Civil Rights Association. He took part in rioting in Londonderry in 1969 against the B-Specials and was an organiser of the NICRA march on Bloody Sunday in 1972.
Eamonn McCann with Bernadette McAliskey (Devlin) in Londonderry.image

Another well known activist who has been involved with PBP is Bernadette Devlin. Seriously injured in a loyalist assassination attempt at her home in the early 1980s and saved by British soldiers, Devlin does not hide her Irish republican views. She was a founding member of PD at Queen’s in the late 1960s; took part in rioting against the police in 1969; and was a founding member of the Irish Republican Socialist Party (the political wing of the Irish National Liberation Army) in 1974, but later left over grievances that she had regarding IRSP control over the INLA.
An election poster calling on people to vote for Devlin
in June 1979. The poster carries an Irish republican message.

After leaving the IRSP, Devlin got involved in the anti-H Block campaigns mainly organised by the Provisional Republican Movement and was a prominent leader in their campaigning for political status for IRA/INLA prisoners. It was during her time as a leader of the anti-H Block campaign that the Ulster Freedom Fighters (UFF) attempted to shoot her dead. She was shot fourteen times in her kitchen in front of her children at their home near Coalisland, Co. Tyrone but managed to survive. The UFF gunmen ripped out her telephone to prevent anyone from ringing an ambulance. Her life was saved when members of the Parachute Regiment commandeered a car and drove her to hospital.

Recently, Devlin has still been involved in politics. In 2007, she spoke at the dissident republican group Eirigi’s annual James Connolly commemoration in Arbour Hill, Dublin. She is also involved with PBP.

People Before Profit candidate Gerry Carrol


Standing in West Belfast, PBP candidate Gerry Carroll poses a serious threat to Sinn Féin’s republican hegemony, and Sinn Féin know this. Almost every leader of Sinn Féin, both north and south of the border, has canvassed for SF candidates in recent weeks. Canvassers have even dressed up in 1916 period costume when canvassing to remind voters of their republican ideals, even though they seem utterly ridiculous.

In the 2015 General Election, Carroll gained 19.2% of the vote, reducing SF’s lead from 57.1% to 35.0%. But what about Gerry Carroll?

In 2016 he was elected as an MLA for West Belfast, topping the poll on the first count and gaining a seat from Rosie McCorley (of Sinn Féin).

A while back, Gerry Carroll posted the following tweet:
The tweet clearly demonstrates that Carroll is opposed to partition and thus supports Irish reunification, despite denying that he is a republican. Carroll also had the founding member of the IRSP, Bernadette Devlin launch his 2016 election campaign in Belfast.

As well as a republican, Gerry Carroll is also a pro-Palestine activist.


Interesting. Despite denying being a nationalist, Carroll clearly believes in Irish reunification as does PBP.

People Before Profit North Belfast Candidate: Fiona Ferguson

In North Belfast, PBP are running Fiona Ferguson for the Northern Ireland Assembly elections 2016. In spite of being relatively unknown and claiming to be non-sectarian, Ferguson does little to hide her pro-republican beliefs. Her Twitter feed provides some fascinating detail into her political beliefs.
These include tributes to INLA hunger striker Patsy O’Hara
on 26th April 2015,as well as posting tweets supporting Palestinian and Irish republican


Quoting Bobby Sands, Ferguson makes clear
her support for Palestine.
From these tweets, it is relatively clear that Ferguson does not hide her republican ideals in the same way other activists from PBP try to. Below is part of her election literature delivered around homes in North Belfast:

As well as writing some of her literature in English, part of the leaflet is also in Irish: a classic Sinn Féin ploy to win over some of the most hardline republicans in North Belfast. And like Carroll in West, Ferguson also had Bernadette Devlin launch her election campaign in North Belfast.

Fiona Ferguson has let the mask slip. Despite PBP claiming to be non-sectarian, Fiona and PBP members clearly remember Provo and INLA killers and are nothing more than Irish republican socialists.

It is clear that PBP are nothing but another mutated form of Irish republican socialism. Espousing the same politics as WP/OIRA, IRSP/INLA and other micro left-wing republican groups, PBP seek Irish reunification and the break up of the United Kingdom.

With acknowledgement

The new face of republicanism



Today Sinn Fein confirmed Michelle O’Neill to be their new Stormont Kommissar, replacing McGuinness as their choice for political stardom and what commentators believe to have been a break with direct linkage with the PIRA. Connor Murphy, a convicted terrorist had been tipped for the role, but clearly their so-called “army council” had decided to opt for a different image, that said image is representative of multi-culturalism and a foreign component in modern republicanism is telling of the cultural Marxism which drives their malevolent agenda.

Whilst SF are keen to play up her long term political activism on their behalf along with her Gaelic credentials and involvement in local Tyrone GAA circles, the fact is Ms. O’Neill is, despite efforts to appear otherwise, of distinct oriental linage as clearly seen in the above picture and thus another figurehead in their commitment to white racial genocide via both miscegenation and immigration. O’Neill represents a second generation of immigrants persuaded, along with other alien elements, to take their role in the liberation/third world nationalism espoused by the republican movement. Another warning that immigration and the integration of alien peoples is contrary to our political and national interest here in Ulster.

The politicos of Sinn Fein may see O’Neill as possibly more acceptable to the PUL community given that she played, as far as it can be ascertained, no active role in IRA terrorism, in fact her new role is possibly more harmful given her own toxic admixture of feminism, fenianism and muti-culture, a brave new world or the stepping stone to that of a chaotic and anarchistic third world?

One wonders what Arthur Griffiths, the founder of Sinn Fein would have made of his political descendents given his stated aversion to “Jews and Orientals”?

#Racism in the CUSU

Northern Ireland Demands the right


The self confessed communist troll and ultra politically correct ANTIFA activist Kristian Sucilla O’Sullivan can himself now be EXPOSED as a racist.

Kristian was (may still be) the president of Coventry’s Student Union. A Union that is extremely politically correct to the point that they try to shut down anyone protesting against grooming in the town or the injustice over the racist murder of Any Pratt. The murder of a white pensioner who was beaten to death in the street by a Muslim who got just 42 months in jail for the brutal racist murder.

He is pictured below opposing a a protest called by the English Defence League.


He was also part of the group that doxed Alex Davies (formerly of NA) and part of the mob that chased Alex out of Warwick University.

He stood for election in the Henley subdivision of coventry polling a miserable 35 votes…

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University expulsions: A two tier system

Northern Ireland Demands the right

Universities around the UK are employing a two tier system. They are expelling students who are against mass immigration and students who foolishly write racist comments on Facebook simply for words they have written or uttered.

On the other hand they allow violent and racist left wingers and Muslims to remain in University even after physically attacking people in racist or sectarian attacks.

This compares to the well established two tier justice system employed in the UK where violent Muslims have been spared jail and natives who have committed minor speech or graffiti crimes have gone to prison.

Case study 1: Alex Davies

Alex Davies was involved with National Action, the non-violent “Neo-Nazi” group that is ridiculously labeled a terror organisation. This is while the Muslim Brotherhood an actual terror organisation is not labeled a terror organisation. Check out one of their posters below and tell me this isn’t ridiculous.

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