Colin Jordan's 'Merrie England' and 'Universal Nazism'

by Gerry Gable | Friday, 20 May 2011

Dr Paul Jackson, of Northampton University’s Radicalism and New Media Research Group, has published a paper that examines the politics of Colin Jordan, a man we have described as the godfather of British fascism. Jordan believed in promoting revolutionary violence to be carried out by an elite nazi vanguard. His writings, his main legacy following his death in 2009, actively attempt to give licence to commit acts of extremism, including revolutionary violence, to people attracted to neo-nazi far-right ideologies.

Dr Jackson’s paper can be downloaded here. Further information about the Radicalism and New Media Research Group is available at

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