Teacher’s Union Condemns the EDP!

One of the main teaching unions has issued posters publicly linking the English Democrats with “Nazi sympathisers” and claiming that “the English Democrats has become a new electoral home for ex-members of the BNP”.


Another section of the UAF publication reads:

“The English Democrats has decided to give a home to disgruntled BNP members and an opportunity for them to pretend they are not a bunch of fascists and Nazis”.

England Watch does not condone this sort of Black propaganda but neither are we surprised by it.

Tilbrook and Uncles have sown the wind now EDP members will reap the whirlwind!


Three Steps To Heaven! (Not a very PC joke)

This was the parting gift from ‘K’ one of our early team members who finished on St Georges Day and has just arrived at a friends house near Heathrow before Jetting-off to ‘do Asia’.

Blonde was sent on her way to Heaven.  Upon arrival, a concerned St Peter met her at the Pearly Gates.  ‘I’m sorry’ St Peter said; ‘But Heaven is suffering from an overload of goodly souls and we have been forced to impose an Entrance Exam to ease the burden of Heavenly Arrivals.’

‘That’s cool’ said the blonde, ‘What does the Entrance Exam consist of?

‘Just three questions’ said St Peter.

‘Which are?’ asked the blonde.

‘The first,’ said St Peter, ‘is, which two days of the week start with the letter ‘T’.  The second is ‘How many seconds are there in a year?  The third is ‘What was the name of the swag-man in Waltzing Matilda?’  Now,’ said St Peter, ‘Go away and think about those questions and when I call upon you, I shall expect you to have those answers for me.’

So the blonde went away and gave those three questions some considerable thought (I expect you to do the same).  The following morning, St Peter called upon the blonde and asked if she had considered the questions, to which she replied, ‘I have.’

‘Well then,’ said St Peter, ‘Which two days of the week start with the letter T?’

The blonde said, ‘Today and Tomorrow.’

St Peter pondered this answer for some time, and decided that indeed the answer can be applied to the question.  ‘Well then, could I have your answer to the second of the three questions?’  St Peter went on, ‘how many seconds in a year?’

The Blonde replied, ‘Twelve!’

‘Only twelve?’ exclaimed St Peter, ‘How did you arrive at that figure?’

‘Easy,’ said the blonde, ‘there’s the second of January, the second of February, right through to the second of December, giving a total of twelve seconds.’  St Peter looked at the blonde and said, ‘I need some time to consider your answer before I can give you a decision.’

He walked away shaking his head.  A short time later, St Peter returned to the Blonde.  ‘I’ll allow the answer to stand, but you need to get the third and final question absolutely correct to be allowed into Heaven.
Now, can you tell me the answer to the name of the swagman in Waltzing Matilda?’

The blonde replied; ‘Of the three questions, I found this the easiest to answer.’

‘Really!’ exclaimed St Peter, ‘And what is the answer?’

‘It’s Andy.’


‘Yes, Andy,’ said the blonde.

This totally floored St Peter, and he paced this way and that, deliberating the answer.  Finally, he could not stand the suspense any longer, and turning to the blonde, asked ‘How on earth did you arrive at THAT answer ?’

‘Easy’ said the blonde – ‘Andy sat, Andy watched, Andy waited til his billy boiled!!’

And the blonde entered Heaven…

And what’s worse – you’re now singing it to yourself … I know you are.

(Have a blast out there ‘K’! x)

Will UKIP decide NOT to support an English Parliament?

UKIP is presently engaged in internal discussions as to whether or not the party adopts a policy supporting an English Parliament. England Watch hopes that it comes down in favour of an English Parliament but is not convinced that the outcome will be to our liking.

If they do vote to do the ‘right thing’ then it could prove to be a very important step on the road to English devolution.

Nigel Farage and other leading members of UKIP seem to be in favour of the proposal whilst others, including UKIP Wales are strongly against. A small, but active, number of English Democrats have resigned that party and joined UKIP in recent months but it is doubtful if there are enough to influence a vote.

The main meeting in opposition to the English Parliament policy at the UKIP conference recently was organised by the ‘small’ Welsh section of UKIP. England Watch asks “Is this a case of the tail wagging the dog?”

Wales has a National Assembly England does not. If the Welsh group of UKIP support the Welsh Assembly then they are blatant hypocrites for trying to deny the people of England a dedicated political arena!

If they are opposed to the Welsh Assembly then they should at least acknowledge the fact that, as the people of Wales voted for the creation of the Assembly, UKIP Wales is out of touch with the people.

Maybe this small clique in Wales they have set their collective face totally against devolution and wish to remove the national assemblies and turn the clock back! If so then England Watch denounces them as idiots!

Whatever the case what gives this group that finds itself virtually incapable of getting councillors elected, the right to deny the people of England a say in their own future.

Finally, there seems to be a rather disturbing murmuring going on amongst some ‘uncommitted’ UKIP members regarding supporting the status quo. The argument goes, so we are informed, that if UKIP is equal or even ahead of the Lib’ Dem’s in the polls, without a promise of an English Parliament, why rock the boat and change things?

Question. Why should UKIP support an English Parliament?

Answer. Because it would offer fairness and equality to the people of England!

ENGLAND WATCH, the First Hundred Days!

We began looking into producing a Blog for English nationalists last year and actually began England Watch 100 days ago. Since then it has developed and grown both in the number of items posted and in the number of visits that we receive. April is by far our best month with far more visitors than January and February combined.

We try and vary our content with both political and not so political pieces. There will be more ‘non-party-political’ content when the fall-out from the elections has settled. As would be expected though, with elections looming, much of the recent content has been focused upon the English Democrats and as the largest party espousing English nationalism rightly so.

England Watch has often been accused of being anti-EDP, this is untrue, but, as is the case with a large number of present and former EDP members, England Watch is unhappy with the direction that the leadership is taking the party. England Watch has former members of the EDP in our team but the only ‘paid-up’ member has indicated that he will not be renewing this year. The EDP claim that they ‘are English nationalism’, in which case they must expect to be watched more than any other English nationalist party!

On an ‘in-house’ note: England Watch is losing one of our star players, ‘K’ has decided that she will be standing down today. As of next week she is spending 62 days ‘doing’ Asia before returning to take up a politically restrictive post.

Thanks, Good Luck and we will miss you ‘K’!


England Watch wishes all true English nationalists a happy St George’s Day!

We hope that everyone who cares for England will carry on flying the flag and that one day soon England will have a Bank Holiday for her patron saint’s day, a Parliament of her own and, eventually, the freedom to take her rightful place on the world stage.

Be proud of England, of her history, her heritage, her people and her future!

Dear English People’s Party!

The English People’s Party was founded in 2010 by Andrew Constantine, who is still the Leader. They stood a couple of candidates in 2011, have a very active, and interesting, Website, they have a Facebook page and have some support on the British Democracy Forum.

At the moment they have an item on their website which is the new tri-fold leaflet. Well presented and produced, despite the lack of Capital letters on the initial sentences, it shows up the flaws in the promises of ‘the big three parties’.

It begins “are you concerned about the future?” it ends “Then vote for something else.

It markedly does not say ‘Vote EPP!’ In this round of elections it could be embarrassing for them if voters ask. Where? The English People’s Party does not have any candidates in the English local elections in 2012.

Dear EPP! It is difficult to change politics without candidates!

England Watch assumes that it was a conscious decision by the party leadership not to stand anyone this year. It would be quite a staggering coincidence if not one of their activists lived in an area with an election.

Maybe this is where the English nationalist parties could come to an agreement as the EDP has dozens of candidates that will not be pushing a single leaflet though a single door while the EPP have 10,000 leaflets but not a single candidate.

Click below for the leaflet.


The English Passport’s List!

On his English Passport Blog, EDP candidate, South East Area Chairman and National Council member Steven Uncles has placed a list of all of the English nationalist candidates standing in the May elections. This is quite simply a copy of the ‘England Watch’ List from our article;

“English Nationalist candidates, Who is Standing Where?”


But with the addition of the London and mayoral candidates!

We know that it is our list as he has even copied the typo in our text.

It would have been honest of him to have included a link to our item!