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A Wake-Up Call – part 2

July 16, 2017 // 2 Comments

This article was previously published in ‘Campaign for an Independent Britain.  Part 1 can be viewed here   The 1950s-style interventionism of the Conservative Party’s latest manifesto not only failed to compete with Corbyn’s 1970’s-style socialist revivalism but did little to enthuse [...]

A Wake-Up Call – Part 1

July 15, 2017 // 17 Comments

[Ed: This article was previously published in ‘Campaign for an Independent Britain] In June’s General Election, a majority of young people voted for the Labour Party. It is hard to prove this statistically as votes are not analysed by age group, but we only have to look at our university [...]

“Poet’s Corner” – More Kipling

July 8, 2017 // 14 Comments

Since so many of you enjoyed the poems by Kipling we posted a short while ago here, we thought you might enjoy the following selection. The first one is, again very prescient. Kipling might have had our governments in mind who prefer paying Dane-Geld to applying the Law, never mind coming up with [...]

How do you solve a problem like Sharia?

July 7, 2017 // 48 Comments

Few UK voters realise the UK’s current legal system and democracy could easily be replaced by Sharia Law as soon as 2040; naively assuming that, contrary to the title’s implication, Sharia Law, has nothing to do with non-Muslims.   Immigration and far higher birth rates among the UK Muslim [...]

For the ladies – modest fashions

July 2, 2017 // 10 Comments

Make the most of this summer, ladies, because this may well be the last year when you will be able to wear those lovely short skirts and sleeveless blouses around town and also those skimpy bikinis on the beach.  Next year there will be a change and in the summers to come your summer clothes will [...]

The Dawn of the Quantum Age

June 26, 2017 // 4 Comments

Twenty years ago, I remember sitting around a table with a group of academics, we were discussing Moore’s Law. This law was quite accurate at the time, it stated that microchip density and thus performance, would double every eighteen months. We knew though, twenty years ago, that Moore’s Law [...]

Now for something completely different – or is it?

June 24, 2017 // 20 Comments

It’s the weekend, and while our metro-elites, lefties to the core, are having their annual mud-party at Glasto, including the appearance of Jeremy Corbyn, the world-famous pop singer, I am in the mood for poetry. You may have heard of Rudyard Kipling, if you are part of the despised ‘baby [...]

When in Rome …

June 22, 2017 // 11 Comments

There has been much speculation about practices undertaken by other cultures, indeed, other races, here in the United Kingdom. Do we accept that those who come into our country have different ideas, different religions and different practices; do we even condone these practices or are we afraid to [...]

An infestation of squirrels?

June 21, 2017 // 17 Comments

I’ve been thinking long and hard about writing this article, but concluded that it is sadly needful. It isn’t about the “terrorist attack” on the Finsbury Mosque, it’s about how the MSM have gone full-on ‘appease and submit’ – and never mind the facts. It’s about how they, our [...]

A problem with bots

June 18, 2017 // 7 Comments

Four major catastrophes in less than three months. One writes of course over the tragedies in London and Manchester. They have one commonality – mass immigration. Migrants have been victims and perpetrators of catastrophe. The smouldering Grenfell Tower is a charred edifice that perfectly suits [...]
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