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Rewrite the Quran

May 28, 2017 // 6 Comments

We have over 3000 Islamic extremists on terror watchlists in this country today. They are monitored at a cost of over £9 billion per year and should this ‘wait and see’ policy go wrong we end up with the blood of an eight-year-old girl spilt on our streets. We, the public, know what needs to [...]

A City Stands Violated

May 27, 2017 // 8 Comments

A city stands violated Its people, the gullible and the angry, impotent Mothers and fathers, siblings, aunts, uncles, grandmas and granddads, friends bereft Out of the corners, the safe little nooks and crannies, the messages start to be delivered Hope not Hate, Brendan Cox, John Bercow, Andy [...]

Manchester must mark a turning point in our approach to integration

May 24, 2017 // 52 Comments

I am generally pretty content with my foray from journalism into politics. After launching the Daily Express Leave the EU campaign back in 2010, I found myself drawn into full time political campaigning on the same issue. I joined UKIP, helped it win the 2014 European elections, became an MEP in [...]

Lucifer’s Empty Light

May 19, 2017 // 50 Comments

I expect many of us have wondered just why it is, that in our increasingly globalised world, we never seem to make much headway against the globalists. We independently minded Brits rarely win a court case against the European Union or The Powers That Be. Our police, legal and political systems [...]

Anne Marie Waters – Justice for Chelsey

May 17, 2017 // 70 Comments

When I set out to look at the ‘grooming gang’ crime wave in the UK, I didn’t expect to find what I did. I didn’t expect to find a 21st century democratic society in which the rape of women and girls is thought far less important than political advertising. That is exactly what I found, and [...]

Modern-Day Cassandras

May 13, 2017 // 56 Comments

Ancient history provides us with myths and poignant imagery which resonates through the millennia to the present. Many of our our sayings are based on events in ancient history. One myth is that of Cassandra, who was cursed by the God Apollo to always prophecy events correctly but never to be [...]

Obituary – Robert Pirsig

April 30, 2017 // 7 Comments

Author Robert Pirsig has died aged 88.   Many years ago I read his book Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance.  It seems to be an accessible account of ancient Greek philosophy, however I cannot be sure that I understood it, at least not properly.  Rejected by many publishers who had no [...]

The Empire Strikes Back

April 17, 2017 // 10 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 [...]
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