Over the last 18 months we have bought to Britain a new spirit of manhood and of national revival. Our grim and determined ranks of ex-servicemen, a hundred times betrayed, have joined hands with the new youth which is dedicated to make an end of sham democracy and of political correctness. Together they have bought back the soul to the land for which so many have died. This is the flame we have lit in Britain, and it is a fire which shall not now be put out. It is a flame lit and nurtured by the sacrifice of patriots.

Greater sacrifices and greater struggles await us. To all who join us now we make the same appeal we made at the start of 2013, we ask those who join us to march with us in a great and hazardous adventure. We ask them to be prepared to sacrifice all, but to do so for no small and unworthy ends. We ask them to dedicate their lives to building in this country a movement of the modern age, which by its British expression shall transcend, as often before in our history, every precursor of the continent in conception and in constructive achievement.

Those who march with us will certainly face abuse, misunderstanding, bitter animosity, and possibly the ferocity of struggle and of danger. Today the small band of January 2013 can count its legions. For a moment let us lay aside our strife to clasp hands, and to whisper to each other those immortal lines born of England which bring to us the only consolation that we have ever desired or will ever seek; “But we in it shall be remembered, we few, we happy few, we band of brothers”.

Gary Raikes