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Freedom without fear
Our inheritance and our legacy
Democratic strength in unity and diversity
Equality under the law
We believe in:
That is the inalienable right of all people to freedom of thought, conscience and religion including freedom to change religion; to freedom of speech and freedom to hold and express views without interference and without fear.
The Sovereignty and structural integrity of the UK and in the right of UK citizens to self-government through effective representative democracy.
That all people living in the UK are equal under and must be subject to UK law.
About Hearts of Oak
Over the past three years the UK’s overwhelmingly ‘Remain’ political class has hindered and blocked Brexit, and thereby has starkly highlighted the antagonistic gulf between the political elite and the majority ‘Leave’-voting British public.
Successful populist movements have developed in almost every country across Europe except the UK, where up until now populist potential has been muddled by the dominant Brexit issue.
The UK political establishment narrows and controls the Overton window of political debate; imposes its ‘progressive’ values and intolerant left-liberal orthodoxy with the self-righteous fervour of 16th century Puritans; and silences and oppresses the population via state-enforced political correctness, hate speech, thought police, blasphemy laws, cancelling, deplatforming, censorship, shaming and other Orwellian techniques.
The Hearts of Oak aim is to initiate sustainable public and non-public activities towards the common goal of reversing the current restrictions on free speech through education and activism, both at grassroots and online.
The movement will comprise an alliance of known activists and big-hitters such as Tommy Robinson, YouTuber Carl Benjamin (aka Sargon of Akkad), and successful political stunt expert Matt O’Connor (Fathers4Justice).
Regular information videos and live streams.
Public demonstrations and rallies outside our failing institutions which restrict free speech.
Public and Parliamentary fact sheets.
High profile political stunts as successfully pioneered by Father4Justice to bring rhese issues to the general public.
Public mettings across the UK.
Hearts of Oak aims to
Speak hard-hittin truth to entrenched self-serving power without trimming, compromising or bowing to political correctness. The public are crying out for honesty and integrity in public life.
Fight for freedom of speech, thought and belief.
Promote patriotism, nationhood and controlled borders, and challenge the Anglophobic globalism of the political class.
Re-establish the state's relationship with citizens based on protection and opportunity, not interference and control.
Challenge the fake and biased news and the 'dirty smear merchants' of the mainstrem media, and defund the BBC.
Halt state-permitted child abuse including (i) the racist rape of under-age English girls by predominantly Pakistani Muslim grooming gangs that for decades has been tolerated and permitted by local authorities and police; and (ii) the promotion by local education authorities of sex education, LGBT ideology and gender confusion amongst pre-pubescent primary school children.
Insist that Islam must be as open to critique and criticism as every other religion and political ideology, and has no special privilege or protection.
Support the traditional family as the fundamental building-block of a healthy society and the best place to bring up children.
Demand the humane slaughter of all food animals.
Prioritise the introduction of PR voting for the House of Commons.
Disestablish the Church of England as at senior levels it has lost sight of its prime purpose which is to preach and uphold the gospel of Christ across the country, and instead has given itself over to secular values, ‘progressive’ and multi-faith liberalism, Anglophobia, and absurdly promoting the EU as “the greatest dream realised for human beings since the fall of the Western Roman Empire” in 476 AD (Justin Welby, Archbishop of Canterbury).