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racism

White guilt, Cultural Marxism and public monuments

September 13, 2017 // 16 Comments

“All white people are racist” – ‘Head of Cambridge University equality group ‘praises’ Rashan Charles protesters after clashes with police.’ Evening Standard. A common enough statement today, often made together with pointed requests to ‘check your [...]

News review – Monday 10 July 2017

July 10, 2017 // 4 Comments

EU Telegraph The  European Parliament has threatened to veto Theresa May’s offer on EU citizens’ rights, branding it a “damp squib” which risks creating a “second class of citizenship.” In a letter published by several European newspapers, MEPs claimed Mrs [...]

“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 [...]

Labour Party the True Racists

April 11, 2017 // 5 Comments

What is it about the labour party and its obvious anti-Semitism. Where did it come from and much more importantly where is it going. It is ever to the fore in both their rhetoric and because certain high profile members insist on keeping it to the fore of the news and the mainstream media. Last [...]

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 [...]

News review – Friday 19 August 2016

August 19, 2016 // 2 Comments

Brexit Reuters Shoppers in Britain shrugged off June’s shock Brexit vote as retail sales jumped by much more than expected last month, adding to signs there has been little immediate hit for consumers. Warm weather boosted clothes sales and the pound’s plunge tempted overseas buyers to [...]

News review – Thursday 18 August 2016

August 18, 2016 // 9 Comments

Brexit Telegraph Britain’s economy will slow down but should not go anywhere close to a recession, according to economists at credit ratings agency Moody’s, while growth in the rest of the world is also “stabilising.” Although markets dived on the referendum result in June, stock prices [...]

Letters to the Editor

May 21, 2016 // 2 Comments

Given the continuing denigration of Nigel Farage in the media, the following letter, sent to us by a reader, sets the record straight for the event described therein: “Dear Editor, Many people will have seen the articles in The Mirror, The Guardian and The Independent on-line, alleging a [...]

Sunday papers – 1 May 2016

May 8, 2016 // 1 Comment

Immigration The Sun has an interesting piece which claims that immigrants are coming into the UK in comfort. GANGS are smuggling hundreds of migrants, including terrorists, into the UK on rented passports and in luxury cars. Wealthy foreigners pay the traffickers up to £10,000-a-head for the [...]

MacPherson the Totalitarian

March 12, 2016 // 4 Comments

In a state ruled by a totalitarian government nobody can avoid politics anywhere, all areas of life are politicised. Every act is seen as a political act, and nothing people do is devoid of political meaning or interpretation. If there are some areas of life apparently untouched by political [...]
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