Rise of the Sun Wheel : Mike Kampf
Michael Walsh McLaughlin was drawn into ethnic-defence activism as the madness of non-White immigration took hold in 1968. At the barricades 15-years the ex-seaman fought Britain's leprous left and ethnic-traitor infestation of Britain's corrupt media. Rallies, marches, campaigns, the smuggling of dissident literature were now routine. McLaughlin addressed crowds at both Trafalgar Square and London's Brick Lane. The British Movement leader received 6 x 4 month prison sentences for publishing leaflets critical of immigration policy. The sentences were censored by media and endorsed by the liberal left and political elite. Deposed by a conspiracy he went on to author 39 books. As a broadcaster and Writer of the Year journalist, Mike Walsh McLaughlin today hits harder and further than ever before. Whatever one's views one can't help but respect a leader who single-handedly created the finest revolutionary party of ethnic-socialists. Rise of the Sun Wheel salutes those who gave so much and some their lives. No, we are not the last of yesterday but the first of tomorrow.
- Paperback | 100 pages
- 152 x 229 x 7mm | 195g
- 08 Nov 2016
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
- Illustrations, color
About Mike Walsh McLaughlin
Michael Walsh McLaughlin Author, Journalist, Broadcaster, Poet. A self-effacing personality it never occurred to veteran etthic-socialist Michael McLaughlin aka Michael Walsh to pen his biography. Uppermost in his thoughts were, who would be interested? Besides, as he never had a diarist through the fast-moving times his recollections could perhaps be faulted as to precise dates. It was impressed upon him that his experiences during the period of coloured immigration forced upon post-war Britain was important for posterity. What sealed the invitation was the pointed reminder that if he didn't write it then others would. One look at Wikipedia was enough to convince him that this was good advice. Such counterfeit comment would be littered with spite and spin, leftist lies and errors. For this reason one of the world's most charismatic European ethnic socialists set out his story. Is it worth reading? The son of revolutionaries, by the time he was 24-years of age he had travelled the world. Mike had visited over 60 countries and had lived more than most men in several lives. Michael McLaughlin shaped British nationalist politics from 1968. A respected confidant of the world's most successful European leaders he was described by The Star newspaper as 'Britain's Most Dangerous Man'. This slur was a national newspaper's response to the British Movement's leader exposure of the Bolshevik anti-Christian terror in Russia and Ukraine. Besides creating and organising Britain's largest and most successful pro-National Socialist political force McLaughlin was to become one of Ireland's and Britain's most prolific writers and authors. He has authored and co-edited over sixty book titles. These include a dozen beautifully illustrated collections of poetry compiled over 50 years. Certainly McLaughlin, to give him his family name, is an interesting man; here is his story.