What is the most discriminated against ethnic group in Britain? Left wing sources would have you believe it is the Africans, the Jews or the Pakistanis. The reality is very different. The most systematically abused, under-privelaged and under-represented ethnic group in Britain are the native British people: The Celts.
Abused by subsequent waves of invaders, first the Romans, then the Saxons, the Vikings, the Normans, the Huguenots, the Jews, then the Pakistanis and Africans, our languages have been outlawed, our way of life destroyed and our heritage demeaned by those who fear the day we remember who we are.
If this land is to survive and be recognisable to us when our grandchildren are born, we must rediscover “what it means to be British”, and we don’t need the BBC to tell us. Here I have compiled an introductory list of resources to answer that question and help the British recover their most precious asset: their identity.
Celtic interest groups, Political movements and NGOs:
List of Celtic Kings:
Recognizing Celtic racial phenotypes:
Anti-Celtic Oppresion in Britain and elsewhere:
Celtic Folk Tales (in their original language):
Learning to write in Celtic Script:
https://ogham.co (Ogham Translator)
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ogmios (The origin of Ogham)
No Béarla (No English): Celtic Language resources:
https://youtu.be/UP4nXlKJx_4 (Séan O’Heiniri, last monolingual Gaeilge speaker)
https://www.youtube.com/user/gaelg (Manx Gaelic language)
Tales of Celtic Valour against Foreign Oppression:
Celtic Travelling People:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nlnc_l78eX8 (Meredydd Evans’ Traditional Welsh songs)