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The Empire Strikes Back

April 17, 2017 // 9 Comments

I, like Nigel Farage, am deeply worried about Donald Trump. Let me explain because for me, this did not start with Syria but it started with Obamacare. True, there were ‘flip-flops’ before this – most notably on NATO following a meeting with Theresa May and right off on the bat on [...]

Thoughts on Easter Sunday

April 16, 2017 // 27 Comments

Rest assured, dear readers, I am not going to do a ‘Theresa May’ and pontificate about ‘Christian values’! I am going to take her and our leaders to task. Our politicians and opinion leaders like to talk about ‘The West’ being based on ‘Judaeo-Christian Values’. Easter Sunday, being [...]

A very good question

April 12, 2017 // 21 Comments

Since 1997, the official policy of UK PMs is that “We Don’t Do God”. Let’s leave aside for the moment the fact that ‘doing God’ has been frowned upon and ridiculed since the end of WWII. Let’s also not get into the heated arguments about atheism v Christianity, let’s not mention the [...]

Book review

April 9, 2017 // 37 Comments

This is highly personal account of the Muslim diaspora in Britain and the way in which it is and has been treated by the Governments of the day and by others over her lifetime. The author sets the title in context by relating how various ‘others’ (Catholics, Jews, gays etc) have, over the [...]

UKIP’s Future

April 8, 2017 // 26 Comments

The question that I’m most frequently asked is: now that Article 50 has been triggered by the Conservative Prime Minister May, what is the point of UKIP? For decades we have been governed by complete and utter cowards who, when it comes to confronting harsh realities, prefer to indulge in [...]

Respecting Muslims, challenging Islam

April 2, 2017 // 46 Comments

  Recently UKIP Daily has hosted a number of articles about issues such as halal slaughter, Sharia courts and jihadi terrorism. It is good to see the party is beginning to get to grips with the rise of Islam in our society. But it seems we are still tip-toeing around the topic and trying to [...]

Polarised Britain

March 29, 2017 // 8 Comments

While visiting India as a young man, I had a very enjoyable time, staying at the Jai Mahal Palace in Jaipur. A beautiful hotel and looking at their website, seems to have undergone substantial development since I was last there thirty years ago. In those days, there was a driveway of white marble [...]

The Right Words

March 27, 2017 // 9 Comments

If Paul Nuttall is struggling to find the right words to enunciate  the real effects of Islamation on our way of life he could not do better than quote Michael Nazir – Ali the former Bishop of Rochester whose article in Saturday`s Daily Telegraph detailed a very explicit warning of the dangers [...]

Radical Islam and UKIP

March 26, 2017 // 15 Comments

I have read the comments in UKIP Daily about Muslims and these set off some alarm bells. We do need a sense of perspective and an analysis of what makes our culture in the UK so special and one that we wish to see protected and to flourish. Let me start by saying I do not wish to see the UK become [...]

The Law of the Land and Alien Law

March 23, 2017 // 4 Comments

[Ed: The following summary is reproduced, with kind permission, from the CIB website.] On March 15th, the Campaign for an Independent Britain organised a meeting in the House of Lords to discuss the issue of alien legal systems in the UK. We would like to thank Lord Pearson of Rannoch for [...]
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