Say it with a Picture: Miscegenation Propaganda on the London Tube


Allow me to present a blurry photo of an advertisement / tourist information picture, seen on the London Tube. It’s really blurry. But it is really important:

This picture shows a path / trainline winding through London, highlighting various London locations and the stations that will get you there.

At most locations, people are hurrying about their business. Like the city of London itself, the people represented in this tourist guide appear to be of a diverse range of vibrant backgrounds – we see native Britons, Africans, and “Asians”, one each of whom are hurrying about Piccadilly Circus near the top right.

We know native Britons are now a minority in their own capital. You want to red pill a few of them by rubbing it in their faces, go ahead.

But look a little closer at my blurry, amateurish photo, and you will notice something else. Two individual native Britons (or are they Poles) are sunbaking in Hyde Park. Great. Wouldn’t want to show the Asians doing that. Might provoke an acid attack..

An old native British couple (actually, they’re probably Aussie) are at Kensington Palace. Of course they are at Kensington Palace. They probably approve of the monarchy and all that old fashioned British history. But they’ll all die out..

A black woman is shopping at Harrods. Actually, she appears to be hurrying away, carrying shopping bags. Is that racist….

So far I am still just stirring.

What really caught my eye was the couple near the top left at Leicester Square, and the couple at the bottom, on their way to Heathrow. Both are mixed race. The jet-setters even have a little one in tow. The artist obviously made sure he was painted a hue half way between that of his parents.


Why can’t the artist show young white couples, and young black couples?  There’s nothing wrong with that.  Is there?

This is why I have gone from not caring about a subject like this, to really caring.  People meet foreigners all the time, fall in love with them, and have babies. It is normal.

But the message conveyed in this tourist info guide or whatever the hell it is, is everywhere.

The narrative that dominates Western academia, education, government, and the creative arts, is that because white people killed each other in such great numbers during the Twentieth Century, the only way to avoid another world war is to finish what the world wars started, and eliminate white people.

Import migrants by the millions. Suppress white birthrates. Actively promote miscegenation. Everywhere.  Once you realise what is going on, you see it everywhere.

I know. 1300 years of existential threat from the caliphates; 270 million murdered by Islam; millions enslaved by brown people; the Mongol invasions; the fact that perhaps our white forebears killed each other in such great numbers because they were unfortunate enough to be smarter than everybody else, and developed the most destructive weapons first, and were unfortunate enough to turn them on ourselves.

The albophobic, childless freaks who run many Western countries don’t care about real history.

They honestly believe we should cease to exist.

This is why we need to ensure the survival of our people and a future for white children. Because now, even something as innocuous as a London tourist guide is a weapon.

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David Hiscox
David has studied history and political science at Melbourne University. His thesis was written on how the utilisation of Missile Defence can help to achieve nuclear disarmament. His interest in history was piqued by playing a flight simulator computer game about the Battle of Britain, and he hopes to one day siphon the earnings from his political writings into funding the greatest prog-rock concept album the world has ever seen.
  • entropy

    Correct me if I’m wrong, but isn’t Buckingham Palace the top one? The other one looks more like… Kensington?

    Anyway, it’s fitting that the only two people who appear to be doing any work in this picture (the two Queen’s Guards) are depicted as white men.

    At least they got one thing right.

    • The 2 White guards with guns are obviously representative of the oppressive White Establishment and Colonialism.

      • entropy

        Ain’t it just like whitey to rub it in everyone’s faces like that.

    • David Hiscox

      Correct re Buckingham Palace, entropy. I will adjust the article accordingly. And good observation about the only people working being white men. We probably need to tax them more.

    • David Hiscox

      That last one is more like it.

  • Deplorable Steve

    But diversity is our… Never mind. Obviously you Mr Hiscox, are a trans/xeno/homo/islamophobic Nazi who tortures gollywogs for fun.

    Speaking of gollywogs, they are back on store shelves again!!! Good times.

    • Warty2

      But heaven help you if you ask to buy a gollywog, or a woggygol for that matter. They are in fact bros of colour.
      Now why the flamingo did they come up with such a constipated expression like that “I’m a man of colour, bro”. Well flamingo a duck, so am I, albeit a whitish form of pink. I mean that’s a colour isn’t it? You got a problem with that bro?

    • I remember Arnotts Golliwog biscuits…..sadly, they have been PC’d.

    • Karen Dwyer

      All my children have golliwogs of their own. My siblings and I also were fond of our golliwogs when we were little. Lots of other people must have loved theirs too, as they gifted our children with them when they (our children, not the golliwogs) were newborns. And many mentioned how glad they were to see them back in public (golliwogs, not our children. Although, of course, our children are delightful also. They (the children) are rarely seen in bow ties and striped trousers (at least not at the same time).)

    • David Hiscox

      I do torture golliwogs for fun. And I like to burn gerbils.

      • Deplorable Steve

        I knew it! You nasty, evil gollyphobe.

        • David Hiscox

          I’m not afraid of golliwogs. They’re afraid of me.

    • Bikinis not Burkas

      Can I have a brown Hijab Barby or do I have to have a white Bosnian Hijab Barby?

  • Karen Dwyer

    Hi David, while you’re in London, please would you go visit the British Museum (particularly any Mesopotamian and/or Egyptian exhibits. Plus the Elgin Marbles) and also the Natural History Museum (taxidermised lions are amazingly huge, and do they still have live pythons/constricters?)?

    If those items are no longer there then I’ll know England really has gone to.hell in a handbasket (whatever that last phrase means)…

      • Karen Dwyer

        🙂 Well done, you!!

      • Karen Dwyer

        And I just noticed!

        Whiskers on kittens!!


    • David Hiscox

      Hi Karen, already in Barcelona, and I didn’t get to those museums unfortunately. I still have a very angry rant about the Tate, and an almost unbelievable recount of a performance of Shakespeare’s 12th Night at the Globe.

      London is being well and truly surrendered, from what I saw. Glad I saw it, though.

      • Karen Dwyer

        “No worries, love”. I was hoping to live vicariously through your travels, as the thought of revisiting London is not an attractive one.

        I look forward to your “rants”, though: I’m sure they’ll be perspicacious.

        And of course anything on Barcelona would be welcome, as my major reference point for that place is Manuel from Fawlty Towers; a rather faulty reference point, I imagine.

        • David Hiscox

          Barcelona is an amazing city. I have been loving viewing the Gaudi architecture. What is pleasing is to come across a modernist who pushed boundaries but was also deeply religious. My beef with modernism is that it is generally associated with cultural marxism, and thus wants to throw away the past, if not destroy it. But Gaudi was a modernist who deeply revered it. His unfinished cathedral, Sagradia Familia, has to be seen to believed.

          • Karen Dwyer

            Ah, Gaudi. I’d forgotten that link to Barcelona. Possibly deliberately. There is something unsettling in his work.

            I haven’t quite worked out where my unease stems from – the walls seem to almost pulse or appear as if they would indent. Like a sentient creature that I don’t necessarily want to get too close to.

            The colours and forms are amazing.

            So I’m fascinated but repelled. I’m not sure if that’s just what is evoked by imagery, as I’ve seen some coarse work “inspired” by his designs, and also never seen his work in situ.

  • Sir Cumference
  • Karen Dwyer

    I think the correct term, (according to that font of wisdom Jonesy the butcher – from Dad’s Army – is Fuzzy Wuzzies.)

  • Grant Summers

    Go and see the new Spider Man movie. An ethnic appreciation fest if ever I saw one. It’s an unashamedly anti-white male indoctrination film along the lines of this article. It ain’t even subtle any more.

    • David Hiscox

      I notice it everywhere, Grant. It is nauseating. They are not subtle about itany more, because a critical mass of white people themselves believe they have to pay, as a species, for the so-called sins of their forefathers. Fellow white people genuinely believe we don’t have a right to exist, so when openly white propaganda is fed to them on film and television, they welcome it.