Posted on November 4, 2011

This Land Is Our Land–For More Than Forty Thousand Years

Mark Pritchard, BNP Ideas, November 3, 2011

New scientific findings have shown that the ancestors of today’s British people have lived here more than twice as long as was previously thought.

Results of new analysis of surrounding fossils and rocks, published in this week’s edition of the scientific journal of record, Nature, prove that the fossil teeth of one of our ancestors, found in Kent’s Cavern, near Torquay in Devon in 1927, are at least 41,000 years old. Double their previous estimated age.

The fossils are of a modern White human, who suitably barbered and attired could walk unremarked through a shopping centre anywhere in Britain. Genetic analysis has already proved all genuinely indigenous Britons can trace their ancestry back to this Palaeolithic population, the first modern humans ever to live here.

We may have additional blood from later waves of North-West European invaders–Celts, Saxons, Vikings, Normans etc., each wave vigorously resisted by the natives–but if you are genuinely a native Briton, some of your ancestors lived here when the Great Ice made a wall across England a mile high. If you are an Immigrant, born here or otherwise, they didn’t.

In one celebrated study, for example, DNA studies showed a schoolteacher in Cheddar, Somerset, was a direct descendant of fossil humans found nearby at Cheddar Gorge. Many other genetic analyses and results also prove our descent from our Ice Age British ancestors.

Until now it was thought that these First Britons arrived after the last, or Devensian, glacial advance had retreated from Britain, about 12-14,000 years ago. However, in 2009, further radiocarbon isotope analysis at Oxford University revealed that one of the oldest Britons, the so-called “Red Lady of Paviland” (actually a young man ceremonially buried), was 33,000 years old, more than twice as old as had been thought.

Now it appears our ancestors were here thousands of years even before that. They would have moved southward as the glaciers advanced after 22,000 BC, but after the last glaciation’s midwinter 18,000 years ago they would have moved back north again, reclaiming our homeland from the Ice mile by mile, year by year, generation by generation, in a thousands of years long war against the Winter of the World. A war in which our ancestors won our right to our land for ever.

Yet again science proves we are NOT a “Nation of Immigrants”. Our ancestors were the first modern people ever to live here, and we have lived here now for over four hundred centuries. For at least forty-one thousand years, almost ten times the span of all recorded history, this land has been our land. We must not lose it, still less must we give it up, now.

* From page 32 of Four Flags: The Indigenous People of Britain (DNA, History and the Right to Existence):

“Creswell Crags and Gough’s Cave

Another Upper Palaeolithic site which shows that the earliest British inhabitants were present on this island nation tens of thousands of years ago, has been found at the Creswell Crags, a gorge in Derbyshire, in the East Midlands. There, several caves have produced archaeological evidence of modern human habitation dating at between 40,000 and 10,000 YBP.

The relatively northern position of the Cresswell site is a further indicator of a more widespread Upper Palaeolithic presence in Britain.

The region would only have just been free of the retreating glaciers, and for it to have been inhabited at that early stage must imply a relatively large population further south.”

By Arthur Kemp B.A. (Pub. Admin., Pol. Sci., Int. Pol.). Contrary to what the liberal left allege, the native people of the British Isles are a distinct, identifiable and homogenous indigenous people who have every right to exist and be free from invasion and domination–like any other indigenous people on earth. This booklet proves that the vast majority of the British people have ancestors going back to the last mini ice age more than 12,000 years ago. Table of contents:

1. Introduction (Deals with the denial of indigenous status to the British people)

2. Indigenous People–A Definition (uses UN and other definitions)

3. Haplogroups and the Genetic Identification of Peoples (explains Y-Chromosomes, mtDNA and Autosomal DNA in detail, and how they are used in forensics and history to identify and track peoples to specific areas)

4. The Haplogroups Which Mark the Indigenous People of Britain (explains which haplogroups are indigenous to Britain)

5. A History of the Peopling of Britain (a potted history of the people who have made up Britain through settlement, i.e. Euro base population, Celts, Romans, Angles, Saxons, Jutes, Danes, Normans–including figures on actual numbers of settlers and their genetic impact as measured by haplogroup)

6. Four Flags, One Nation: The right of the people of the British Isles to existence and freedom from colonisation, domination and dispossession of their lands and culture.

This booklet reveals:

* Genetic evidence shows that the vast majority–nearly 80%–of all British people have ancestors going back to the end of the last mini ice age 12,000 years ago;

* Genetic evidence showing that the Celtic, Roman, Anglo-Saxon, Viking/Danish and Norman conquests had negligible impacts upon the British people (less than 5 percent each);

* Genetic evidence showing that the Irish people have far more in common with the British than both sides of that traditional divide realise.

* The people of the British Isles have been indigenous peoples for far longer than many other nations who are already classified as “indigenous” by the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues.

This booklet also shows how the indigenous people of Britain are fully protected by the United Nations Charter on Indigenous Peoples from “dispossession of their territory” through “mass population transfers” and from “forced integration and assimilation” and “destruction of their identity and culture” (all according to the United Nations.)

Even more importantly, the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples states that all indigenous peoples have the right to define who is part of their nation and who is not. This is the killer booklet to destroy the final left-liberal argument against the right of Britain to be British. {snip}