Category Archives: Thought Crime

About race, immigration, the British National Party, and other issues that, while still legal, it is often inadvisable to discuss on any terms but those set by the ruling class

Cultural Marxism: One of Those Legitimising Ideologies that Come and Go (2017), by Sean Gabb

The Puritan Hypothesis and Charlie Elphicke (2017), by Sean Gabb

Michael Gove and Harvey Weinstein: No Laughing Matter at the BBC (2017), by Sean Gabb

State Censorship, Corporate Censorship: A Libertarian View (2017), by Sean Gabb

Freedom of Speech: A Brief Defence (2017), by Sean Gabb

The General Election: Authoritarian Hag v Fenian Scumbag (2017), by Sean Gabb

Terrorism and the Ethics of Collective Punishment (2017), by Sean Gabb

Against Islamophobia (2016), by Sean Gabb

Arguments for Freedom of Speech (2016), by Sean Gabb

Judicial Discretion and the Managerial State (2016), by Sean Gabb

An Evening with Enoch Powell: A Brief Extract from Sean Gabb’s Diary (22nd November 1986)

Must Libertarians Believe in Open Borders? (2015), by Sean Gabb

UKIP and the Gay Pride March (2015), by Sean Gabb

Freedom of Speech: A Very Brief Defence against Tanya Cohen (2015), by Sean Gabb

Robert Stark interviews Sean Gabb (2015)

Time to Say “Je ne suis pas Charlie” (2015), by Sean Gabb

Hot Air and Charlie Hebdo (2015), by Sean Gabb

Sean Gabb on “The European Right (2014)

Enoch Powell: The Man and His Politics (2014), by Sean Gabb

Blacking up on the Road to Auschwitz (2014), by Sean Gabb

Plain Words about “Islamist Extremism” (2014), by Sean Gabb

Libertarianism: A “Jewish False Flag”? (2014), by Sean Gabb

UKIP and the European Elections: The Earthquake (2014), by Sean Gabb

Hate Crime at the Beeb (2014), by Sean Gabb

Nigel Farage and UKIP: A Step in the Right Direction (2014), by Sean Gabb

Review of Keith Preston’s “Attack the System” (2014), by Sean Gabb

“We are All Guilty: The Need for a Positive Conservative Vision.” Speech to the Swinton Circle (2014), by Sean Gabb

Politische Philosophie: Warum Konservative libertär sein müssen (2013), by Sean Gabb

Britain and the Reversion to Ancestral Ways (2013), by Sean Gabb

Nation of Sheep: Understanding England and the English (2013), by Sean Gabb

Let Us Have Gay Marriage – but not yet! (2013), by Sean Gabb

Should David Cameron Apologise for Amritsar? 21st February 2013, by Sean Gabb

Statement on Anti-Semitism

“Unmanly and unEnglish” (2012), by Sean Gabb

On Defending “The Indefensible,” 12th January 2012 by Sean Gabb

Emma West: How to Argue with the Ruling Class, 5th December 2011, by Sean Gabb

Multiculturalism: A Very Short Introduction (2011), Reviewed by Sean Gabb

The Vilification of Enoch Powell (2011), by Sean Gabb

On the Morality at Laughing at the Death of Children (2011), by Sean Gabb

John Stuart Mill, The BNP, And The U.K.’s Dying Democracy (2011), by Sean Gabb

The Latest Shootings in America: An English View, Sean Gabb, 11th January 2011

Yasmin Alibhai-Brown and Humour: No Laughing Matter, Sean Gabb, 11th November 2010

A Nail in the Fuse Box: The Persecution of the British National Party (2010), by Sean Gabb

FLC192, “Wait for Us to Fail, Then Vote BNP!” The Conservative Hidden Agenda? Sean Gabb, 28th April 2010

It Happened There (3): Court Cripples British National Party For Being Too, Well, British (2010), by Sean Gabb

Смотрите как это происходит: превращение Британии в полицейское государство (2009), by Sean Gabb

BBC’s Question Time and BNP’s Nick Griffin: Stumbling Into The Mainstream, Against A Wall Of Bias (2009), by Sean Gabb

The British State vs. The BNP—The Post-Modern Tyranny of “Human Rights”

England: The Peasants are Revolting (2009), by Sean Gabb

FLC180, On Golliwogs, One-Eyed Scottish Idiots, and Sending Poo Through the Post, Sean Gabb, 8th February 2009

Was the BBC right to sack Carol Thatcher? (2009), by Sean Gabb

Should Members of the BNP be banned from bring teachers and policemen? (2008), by Sean Gabb

Whether there is still freedom of speech in England (2008), by Sean Gabb

Defending the Right to Deny the Holocaust, Sean Gabb, 24th April 2007

FLC157, More on the Persecution of the BNP, Sean Gabb, 3rd January 2007

FLC145, Emma Chamberlain and the Astor Theatre: How Dissidents are Treated in Modern England, Sean Gabb, 14th April 2006

The Imprisonment of David Irving (2006), by Sean Gabb

The Cultural Revolution (2005), by Sean Gabb

FLC140, Reflections on the Case of Subhaan Younis, Sean Gabb, 29th September 2005

FLC134, On Conversing with the British National Party, Sean Gabb, 7th April 2005

The Racism of Yasmin Alibhai-Brown (2004), by Sean Gabb

Thoughtcrime and The Secret Policeman: A Case Study in Discourse Theory, Sean Gabb, 2nd November 2003

Not Socialism, but Post-Socialism: The Nature of the Enemy, Sean Gabb, 13th October 2003

Does Promoting Diversity Cause Discrimination? Sean Gabb, 4th December 2002

FLC048, William Hague and the Race Relations Industry: A Few Words of Pity, 30th April 2001

Free Life 26, December 1996, A Book about the Holocaust and the Internet, Reviewed by Sean Gabb

Free Life 25, April 1996, Editorial Jottings, by Sean Gabb

Free Life 23, August 1995, American Renaissance, Reviewed by Sean Gabb

Free Life 22, April 1995, Tony Kushner’s Book on the Holocaust, Reviewed by Sean Gabb

Free Life 22, April 1995, Editorial Jottings, by Sean Gabb

Free Life 20, August 1994, Editorial Jottings, by Sean Gabb

Free Life 19, November 1993, Al Baron and Freedom of Speech: An Argument in Two Parts, by Chris R. Tame and Sean Gabb