"Blessed father of your country. Harold, marked out by your merits. You, our shield, fist and sword"
There are few Kings who are as endeared to the English people as King Harold. This man was our Braveheart who died at our Alamo. A true patriot who put his people and his country before everything else and displayed many of the qualities and attributes that we hold dear in our great nation. He took everything that fate could throw at him and responded with determination, an iron will and true English courage. But in the end not even this was enough
They often say that the mark of a man can be judged by the manor of his death. King Harold fought to the very end , protecting our island, his homeland from the invaders - and his people never abandoned him. It is said of his household troops that not one fled the battlefield. They died together, protecting their Kings body around his personal banner "The Fighting Man".
- Senlak branded woven "Rebel English" patch on left arm
- Men’s classic t-shirt by Senlak - Rebel English Apparel
- Senlak - English Inspired.
- Material: 100% ringspun cotton.
- Weight: 185gsm.
- Size (to fit) - Small: 34/36", Medium: 38/40", Large: 42/44", XLarge: 46/48", XXLarge: 50/52"
Senlak - The Lowdown
It's an "England" clothing range that's just a little bit different. The Senlak White Dragon logo is inspired by the White Dragon of the Anglo-Saxons. The dragon banner was the original flag of the English and predates the Cross of St George by many hundreds of years - it is the ancient emblem of the English and is a strong statement of our unique culture and heritage.
The English have a rich history of radical thought and action. We don't like others imposing their views on us and we don't like being told what to do. So for all those non-conformers, the free thinkers and the rebellious. For those that don't always believe everything that the "clever people" tell us and for all those generations scattered around the globe who still remember who we are and all we have achieved - We embrace you all.
Two fingers to "their" status quo and long live the Rebel English.
"Only dead fish swim with the tide"