The Last Englishman : John's Diary
John Williams is just another middle aged Mr. Average, born and raised amongst the Muslim Community of Luton's Bury Park, England. But when his aged parents fall victim to a series of racially motivated attacks John starts to question his loyalties and his feelings toward the community he calls home. With the police powerless to act and John ever more frustrated he decides to follow the police's advice and to keep a diary, a record of these attacks in order to try and bring about a prosecution. But for John this was just the start; following a change of personnel at the steel fabricators he works in he too starts to suffer at the hands of a changing racial dynamic and decides to record these events in his diary as well. Following a particularly brutal attack that leads to the death of his mother John is targeted by a right-wing extremist group, the British Patriots League. This brutal right-wing group is the self-appointed defender of Britain's moral compass and British culture. Preying on John's emotional and social vulnerability they start playing their psychological games of indoctrination, skillfully maneuvering John into believing that he is the chosen one, a modern St George sent to save Britain's culture form an aggressive invader, until finally they recruit him to carry out a devastating and game changing attack. This is John's diary. Follow him as he descends into his own personal hell and embarks on a journey of self-radicalisation and far-right extremism.
- Paperback | 302 pages
- 127 x 203.2 x 17.53mm | 399.16g
- 21 May 2015
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
- United States
- black & white illustrations