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The new Irish question – an EU land-grab?

September 17, 2017 // 6 Comments

Once again we see Ireland becoming a pawn in a continental European game, and yet another attempted continental land-grab. In the past, European powers have looked at Ireland as a stepping stone to control Great Britain (and England in particular). Spain, France and Germany have all tried [...]

Where’s it made? A part of Democracy Plus.

August 23, 2017 // 13 Comments

At around 4:30 on the morning of 10th August 2017, I awoke with an idea. For two hours, I solidified it in my thinking and in three hours began to write it down. This is what came to me. The tensions between North Korea and the United States are terrifyingly real. Despite the long-term provocations [...]

The mind of a technocrat is rooted in the religion of scientism

August 9, 2017 // 9 Comments

Scientism underlies both Technocracy and Transhumanism; the latter is to humanity as the former is to society. Without Scientism, neither could be explained or justified. Scientism was first clearly defined by the French philosopher, Henri De Saint-Simon when he stated; “A scientist, my dear [...]

Rotting from the inside out

August 9, 2017 // 11 Comments

Does anybody remember that economic genius; Gordon Brown, the unelected Prime Minister? The man that “saved the world” with his wisdom. Perhaps we should have a look at the results of his actions now, some ten years later. Brown tackled the financial crisis with several hundred billion [...]

Human Rights v Islam

August 7, 2017 // 47 Comments

Theresa May thinks that Islam is compatible with Human Rights – stated in her speech following the terrorist attack at London Bridge and Borough Market.  Read the transcript. She criticises those who know they are incompatible, rejecting the clear evidence.  An important purpose of UKIP, [...]

Political Lies

July 31, 2017 // 33 Comments

One of my favourite spots in the world is in New Zealand: a place called Cable Bay, on the South Island, along the Tasman coast near Nelson. Cable Bay gets its name from the Trans-Tasman telegraph cable that once terminated in the telegraph office there. The Trans-Tasman Telegraph cable [...]

Good Muslim – Bad Muslim?

July 24, 2017 // 93 Comments

Science certainly isn’t the answer to everything, but it has delivered huge improvements in the quality of life over the last several centuries. Almost all technology that we enjoy today exists as a direct result of the scientific method. In both science and its handmaiden, maths, we: (a) [...]

The Other Side of Population Replacement – Part 1

July 22, 2017 // 28 Comments

It has been dubbed population replacement: The displacement of indigenous European populations by mass immigration, particularly from the Muslim world, and the cultural transformation which goes with it, enthusiastically facilitated by the powers that be across Europe. There has been much concern [...]

On GM Crops

July 20, 2017 // 22 Comments

Every day, apart from the 4% who insist on an organic diet, the British people will eat food derived from imported GM crops usually destined for livestock feed. This will be the case if they are consuming milk and derived products, eggs and derived products, pork, beef, chicken, duck and turkey. It [...]
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