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Saturday media – 13 January 2018

January 13, 2018 // 0 Comments

Brexit Our pro-EU chancellor has called the bloc’s bosses ‘paranoid’, says the Telegraph. Philip Hammond has described EU fears that a soft Brexit could encourage other countries to leave the trading bloc as “paranoia”, saying Brussels should be doing more to keep existing [...]

In Defence of Islam

April 4, 2017 // 22 Comments

I’ve hesitated to write this article, but bear with me. Because of our current obsession with Islam, it’s just possible were missing the real story. I’ve always been in a bit of turmoil over this, because it is at odds with my experiences in Islamic countries and the many Muslim friends that [...]

Sunday papers – 5 February 2017

February 5, 2017 // 9 Comments

Brexit Bill With amendments to the Bill let to be laid before the House of Commons this week, the Telegraph claims eurosceptics within the government have plans. Tory Eurosceptics have claimed that 27 Tory MPs are preparing to “wreck” the Brexit Bill this week by backing Labour and Liberal [...]

The Faces of Evil

February 4, 2017 // 8 Comments

Do you ever wonder why the world stumbles from economic crisis to economic crisis, with ceaseless wars and conflict, never seeming to get any better? Today I’m going to talk about why. Firstly, I’m going to recommend a video documentary that examines the evil of fractional reserve central [...]

Courant Times – Friday 12 February 2016

February 12, 2016 // 0 Comments

UKIP:- Express: Britain must leave EU and control own borders, says Nigel Farage Nathan Gill MEP: The Labour party has failed Wales Jill Seymour MEP: M6 toll sale is a perfect chance to end highway robbery Common-Sense:- Breitbart: Farage: Cologne shows we should leave EU, ‘Notting [...]

Saturday Papers – 6th February 2016

February 6, 2016 // 0 Comments

World Economy Financial doomsayer Ambrose Evans-Pritchard reports that “Oil market spiral threatens to prick global debt bubble, warns BIS” in the Telegraph The global oil industry is caught in a self-feeding downward spiral as falling prices cause producers to boost output even further in a [...]

Saturday Papers – 17th October 2015

October 17, 2015 // 0 Comments

Migration The Guardian leads with “Hungary closes border to refugees as Turkey questions EU deal to stem crisis” (Ed: Note continued use of the word ‘refugees’. Even the BBC says ‘migrants’ now.) Hungary has closed its border with Croatia to refugees in a bid to block the path of [...]

Saving your savings

September 13, 2015 // 3 Comments

Back in 1994, the European Parliament adopted the EU Commission’s Directive 94/19/EC on Deposit Guarantee Schemes. Some of the aims of EU treaties are binding on the member states while others are goals to be achieved.   Anything laid out in a ‘Directive’ is binding and therefore, the UK [...]

What’s the Deal with Fractional Reserve Banking?

June 20, 2015 // 19 Comments

When UKIP MP Douglas Carswell brought up fractional reserve banking on Question Time last Thursday, David Dimbleby appeared quite perplexed, although some in the crowd and on the panel seemed to understand and agree with Douglas’s point. So what is fractional reserve banking? And why should [...]
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