The SS Empire Windrush, a ship that will live in infamy in the minds of European nationalists, arrived in London from Jamaica in June 1948. When it disgorged 417 black immigrants, it marked the start of large-scale, organized, non-White immigration into northwestern Europe; and can be viewed as the converse or reverse of the arrival of the Mayflower on North American shores, in that instead of the English starting the displacing, it was the start of the English being displaced.
The story of the vessel is yet another manifestation of the negative Jewish role in the gradual destruction of the White race and its cultures.
In one of history’s unintended ironies, the vessel which would mark the end of racial homogeneity in Britain commenced life as a Nazi cruise liner. The ship was commissioned in 1930 as the MV Monte Rosa. Until World War II, it was employed in the Strength Through Joy National Socialist program to give more than 25 million Germans an opportunity to enjoy free cruises and leisure pursuits during their vacations. The program was seen as a means to break down class barriers and enhance the German sense of community as there was no privileged status such as first class accommodations or perks given to certain passengers and not others.
The ship was converted to military purposes in 1939. It was one of several vessels later tuned into a hospital and evacuation ship employed to help rescue many thousands of Germans trapped in Latvia, East Prussia and Danzig by the rapid westward advance of the Red Army towards the end of WWII. Many of these vessels never made it to a safe destination, and untold thousands were killed by Russian torpedoes, as in the case of the Wilhelm Gustloff, where it was estimated that 10,000 perished, the greatest tragedy in maritime history. However, the Monte Rosa made it through safely.
In May 1945, the Monte Rosa’s German career ended when she was captured by British forces. She was renamed the SS Empire Windrush and handed over to a Jewish-owned New Zealand shipping company. She was one of several former German vessels passed on to Commonwealth shipping companies, primarily owned by the Jewish Secretary of State for War, Emanuel Shinwell. Shinwell had a side career of passing British secrets to the murderous Israeli revolutionary military force called the Irgun in 1947.
With the crumbling of the British Empire, the Empire Windrush was employed to ferry British troops from their Commonwealth outposts back to their homelands. During May 1948, the ship’s operators were given the authority to increase its profits by filling it to capacity with black Jamaican settlers on the return trip to Britain before the commencement of the next assignment to ferry British troops around was issued.
This momentous decision was taken arbitrarily without thought as to consequences and caused great shock to British politicians when it came to light. The British Minister of Transport authorizing the importation of blacks was Harry Louis Nathan, formerly a member of the Jewish law firm of Oppenheimer, Nathan, and Vandyk. Government contracts and the Jewish control of maritime activity played an instrumental role in the burgeoning commercial passenger industry that would bring waves of blacks, Pakistanis, and Indians to Britain over the next two decades.
It cannot be ascertained whether the motivation for this transportation of people was initially purely profit-driven or was also part of a concerted campaign to inundate Britain with non-Whites. It would appear to be a combination of the two, with a progressive tilt towards the latter over time.
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