Sarah Maid of Albion
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Sarah Maid of Albion, real name Sarah Davies, is a supporter of the British National Party and owner of Sarah's Albion Blog, which is generally referred to on the web simply as "Sarah Maid of Albion." She also contributes to the Green Arrow's blog.
Davies accuses her critics of "smugly sucking on the tit of the new orthodoxy... convinced of [their] own righteousness". This distaste for orthodoxy is presumably behind her habit of chumming up with just about any unorthodox right-leaning thinkers who come her way, even when they're plainly off their rockers (case in point: her friend and collaborator Alan O'Reilly, who thinks that the sun goes round the Earth.)
Her blog contains a column with a set of recommended links. Among these is a blog entitled The Anti-White Media, whose owner fantasizes about seeing children killed by a nuclear weapon because their parents worked on a "niggerloving" chocolate advert; and Books for Patriots, which promotes the work of neo-Nazi William Luther Pierce, who fantasized about a race war that would wipe out every non-white race.
“”Only Conservatives love strong women, the left are far too sexist to forgive any woman who dares to step beyond the limited roles (victim, liberal earth mother or man hating feminist) which Political Correctness permits them to play and they will hunt down and destroy any woman who tries to perform a different role or who stands in the way of a preferred, ethnic minority, candidate.
Views on race
Davies is critical of interracial marriage, commenting that "Statistically white women in a mixed race relationship are more likely to be the victims of domestic abuse, and certainly being abandoned once become pregnant... What I am concerned about is the way in which mixed race relationships are presented as glamorous whereas they are in fact very high risk." She has also suggested that miscegenation may lead to infertility in a lengthy essay concluding that "The fact that one in five Western males are experiencing fertility problems would sadly fit with the number who are likely to have have some form of recently introduced mixed race ancestry".
She has argued that miscegenation is promoted by the mass media and youth culture: "Mixed race couples are presented as role models to our children. Does anyone really believe that a woman, such as Cheryl Cole, who's [sic] tiny chin and huge forehead make her resemble nothing so much as a praying mantis, would have reached such an elevated celebrity status had she not jumped into bed with a black football player and thus become the nation's sweetheart?" "[W]hite girls are all but accused of racism if they do not jump into bed with the first black youth to call them 'bitch,'" she says.
Commenting on the 2011 London riots, Davies made the strange claim that "There are small numbers of whites joining in but they are primarily anarchists or far left supporters of multiculturalism, all revelling in delight that their dreams of revolution are coming to pass."
Views on religion
Davies has lent some tentative support to the creationist movement. "Odd as it may sound to a Brit, versed as we are in secular certainties, whilst the origin of man remains unproven Creationism is one of a number of legitimate view points." she writes. "Darwin's theory of evolution has not been conclusively proved. It is a very compelling theory and accepted as fact by most people. However, whilst the necessary 'missing links' elude us, it remains an unproven theory."
Views on Bratz dolls
"Today, little girls play with dolls called Bratz, which appear to represent mixed race, botox enhanced, pre-pubescent sluts in minuscule, buttocks exposing, skirts, and nobody views that as unhealthy. From an early age, the next generation of women are being taught to admire females who are one step up from being backstreet hookers, some less than a step, and informed that the ultimate female ambition is to be a pelmet skirted executive at work, and a slapped up gangsta's Ho at home."
Davies sometimes writes satirical articles. However, as they are written from a rather curious point of view and directed at people who share this viewpoint, they tend to take on a rather surreal quality.
One such incident was brought on after she saw some 19th century murals illustrating European fairy tales at an old hospital. According to her, were such murals to be painted today, the general response would be "EWWW migh God, it's soowe disgustingly WHITE!!" (what accent this is supposed to be is not clear, but it's presumably common among unpatriotic people) and the people responsible would be prosecuted for the crime of painting pictures of white children. "Instead of Jack and the Beanstalk we would see young Abdul Hasib and the his magic pomegranate dancing before a beaming and peace loving Mohamed", she writes (because, as we know, daubing big pictures of Mohamed over public property is a great way to curry favor with the Muslim community) "and we would be confronted by little Sayyid and his designer suicide belt, the enchanting Isha with the burka that doubled as a time machine, and brave Julius who sang a special song to make all the naughty white people disappear." Eh?
A similar rant was provoked when it was reported that Slumdog Millionaire director Danny Boyle would direct the opening ceremony for the 2012 Olympics. Davies went off objecting to the 2008 handover ceremony, specifically "the gangstas and sundry strumpets which tumbled out of a red double decker to represent some Liberal zealot’s lala land fantasy of London". The gangstas and strumpets she referred to were apparently just a bloke in a baseball cap and a couple of women in knee-length skirts, so it's pretty clear that while there's certainly a zealot in lala land here, she ain't a liberal.
She also launched into a tirade against Boyle – apparently because he's made some films about brown people – and, finally, in a further misguided attempt at satire, delivered a lengthy and colorful prediction of the 2012 ceremony: "Mr Boyle's show will no doubt overflow with curry and calypso as the seventeen thousandth tribute to Bollywood since the Millennium merges into a sanitised version of the Notting Hill Carnival and then back to the gangsta rappers reprised so embarrassingly before the world in 2008. If any white person appears at all they will be bleach blond PVC clad sluts, gyrating like sexually aroused gibbons around the rappers, or beer bellied skinheads who briefly stumble across the arena before being chased away by dreadlocked Rastafarians... There will be no sign of Christianity, but no doubt Islam will make an appearance, perhaps burka clad feminists will stride proudly across the stage or some kindly Mullahs will lead a group of suitably caramel coloured London Children through the audience".
"The batshit insanity that SMoA is going off on about this ceremony will no doubt be more interesting and entertaining (in the most euphemistic application of those words imaginable) than the ceremony itself", said one commentator.
The good stuff
Putting her at odds with a lot of her right-wing nationalist peers, Davies is an enemy of homophobia. She is similarly critical of anti-semitism, although in true "I'm-not-racist-but" style she admits to having "significant issues with the Jewish domination of the media and finance, the Jewish American lobby and with the often Jewish inspired attempts to re-write history".
Moreover, get past the noise and some of her commentary on anti-white racism carries weight. She often blogs about murders of white farmers in South Africa, an issue which has been pointed to by organisations such as GenocideWatch as an example of racist killing, but largely overlooked by the mainstream news media, allowing wingnut cranks to become the loudest voices in the conversation.
Perhaps if she stopped raving about Little Red Riding Hood and the Slumdog Millionaire bloke, no longer linked to Nazis, cut her ties with obvious fruitloops like Alan O'Reilly and focused on more sensible analysis of anti-white racism, her blog would be a worthwhile read. But alas...
Other contributors to Davies' blog
- "Dr.D": Feels that all black people should be deported from Britain to make it "a sound, reasonable, Western nation".
- Dr. Frank Ellis: This chap
- David Hamilton: alias "Mister Fox"
- Robin Hind
- Alan O'Reilly: So demented that he earned his own article.
- August Pointneuf
- Mike Wilson: Purveyor of truly atrocious poetry. Seriously, Sarah, you thought thisimg was worth posting!?
- "A Son of Zimbabwe"