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At dawn on July 1st 1916, the men of the 36th Ulster Division were amongst thousands of British soldiers who went ‘over the top’ on the battlefields of the Somme. Their courage and their  devotion to their duty will be in every true Ulsterman and woman’s memories for all time - they will never be forgotten. Those brave Ulstermen symbolise the courage of ALL our servicemen throughout the history of our nation when British men and women have answered the call and fought and died fighting believing they were fighting to defend our sacred British Isles from invasion.

These men and millions like them were told in both World Wars that they were fighting to protect their country, they were told time and time again that they were fighting to stop our country from being invaded. But they were never told that only a few years into the future, all they had believed they had fought to protect would be betrayed by cowardly politicians in their positions of power.

We can see today that the lives that were sacrificed for King and Country were in all in vain, for official government estimates show that by the year 2060 we the British people will have lost the battle to keep Britain British and we will be a minority in our our country.

ALL TRUE BRITONS MUST REMEMBER OUR WAR DEAD ON THIS REMEMBRANCE SUNDAY BUT WE MUST
NEVER FORGET THEY DIED AS MERE PAWNS IN A POLITICAL GAME TO DESTROY OUR RACE AND NATION!



British and German soldiers declare a Christmas Truce, No-Man's Land, 1914

NO MORE BROTHERS' WARS!