A life well lived—Richard Edmonds dies

It is very sad to have to report the passing this past Wednesday, Dec. 23, of Richard Edmonds, a friend of this site and a fixture in British Nationalist politics since the 1970s. Very few people knew Richard was ill, but he had not been seen publicly for the past couple of weeks due to a worsening heart condition. Richard was 77, born in 1943 in Hounslow, Middlesex, England.

He contributed enormously to the British Nationalist movement, both in the early BNP (British Nationalist Party) and later joining the National Front, where he long held the important position of National Organizer under the famous John Tyndall's leadership. Richard experienced his share of political persecution along the way, but never considered leaving the movement or slowing down his activism. Continue reading at Carolyn Yeager

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