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    Arrow The English/Anglo-Saxon Fellowship

    For our Germanic brethren across the channel...


    The English Fellowship

    Anglo-Saxon Fellowship is the idea that people of Anglo-Saxon heritage should actively seek out and make contact with other Anglo-Saxons, especially those of the same nation, in order to build communities of people rooted in a common identity.

    Many English people are now living in places which are shared with others of different nationalities and ethnicities. Some are finding that they spend more and more of their daily life dealing with people from different backgrounds. This can lead to distress that they are no longer really living an English life at home in a familiar England.

    The Anglo-Saxon Fellowship principle can help us re-create places that feel English, even where the English are in a minority, and help the English spirit survive there into the future.

    It means consciously trying to build networks, for social purposes, for economic purposes, for political purposes, made up of others with similar background and outlook to ourselves.

    We needn't be shy in our attempts to choose the Anglo-Saxon over the non-Anglo-Saxon. Other things being equal it is better for anybody to live alongside people with whom they have things in common. It makes life easier and happier, and it is something that everybody should be encouraging.

    While Anglo-Saxon Fellowship is a new idea for many English people, it is not so different from strategies taken by other successful ethnic groups who are used to living as a minority in a wider society. We can look to their experience for ideas on how to proceed.

    Our aims are:

    1. To spread the idea of Anglo-Saxon Fellowship among the Anglo-Saxons of England, and build an active Anglo-Saxon community.

    2. To encourage greater awareness and appreciation of the history and traditions of the English nation.

    3. To assist in the development of our national culture to further our people's welfare in modern conditions.

    4. To mobilise Anglo-Saxons to take a more active attitude to asserting their right to build a healthy community life free from political interference.

    5. To assist Anglo-Saxons elsewhere in the world to rediscover their heritage.

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    Post Re: The English Fellowship

    Thanks for the link, Siegfried!

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    It's defunct. I don't care how vilified Churchill is by German nationalists, he was an English nationalist. If Germans want to vouch for Hitler's supposed admiration and bilateral interest in British Anglo-Saxon German fellowship, let them write up a similar narrative on A History of the English-Speaking Peoples that focuses on Saxony and England, to compare and contrast with England and New England. We English have done so both before and after the 20th century conflicts. We have both a royal and commoner relationship, whether as Britons or Americans, with Germany. Let Germans affirm this or live in denial. Conspiracy theories are all some have to justify anti-pan-Germanic propaganda and call it pro-Germanic. How Orwellian...

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