An ethnographic history of Scotland, Part II: The Germanic tribes

In recent years, the peoples of Britain have been steadily divided along national lines for political purposes, and a dichotomy has been presented between 'Celtic' Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland and 'Anglo-Saxon' England; which has been used to strengthen a false nationalism, not based on race, but on the extent of state authority. Yet history …

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An ethnographic history of Scotland, Part I: The Celtic tribes

To have an understanding of one's heritage, you must recognise the struggles of the tribes and nations that came before you so that you can appreciate the cultures that your ancestors fought to preserve and how you can hopefully avoid being wiped off the map as a distinct group of people. That said, the folk …

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A new beginning…

Greetings, The Creed of Caledon has been established as a response to the alienation and dissatisfaction felt by white Scots in modern society. Our institutions no longer serve our best interests, our communities have become fragmented and our nation is without direction as to how to benefit our folk. Our politicians seem to think that …

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