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INVENTING FASCIST DEMONS

October 17, 2017 // 9 Comments

There are no more fascists. There are no more Nazis. They were decisively defeated in World War Two, their leaders killed, their organisations destroyed and outlawed, their followers and ideologies purged from politics and their ideas forever damned and defined as the manifestation of pure evil in [...]

White guilt, Cultural Marxism and public monuments – Part Two

September 15, 2017 // 6 Comments

Ed – This is Part two of a series by Richard Stone. Part One of White guilt, Cultural Marxism and public monuments can be found here So what has all this got to do with White Guilt? Quite simply the whole idea that white people should feel some sort of collective guilt for current and past [...]

Young Independence Conference – The Tip of the Iceberg

September 7, 2017 // 34 Comments

Looking at the Young Independence conference cancellation the first reaction is one of shock/outrage/anger/disbelief/fear/panic. My first reaction was that the UK is now a one party banana republic. Ok, that’s not quite true, yet, but we are rapidly heading that way – but hopefully not if [...]

What’s the Problem with Food Banks?

August 29, 2017 // 4 Comments

Labour love food banks. If they didn’t exist, Labour would have to invent them*. Food banks prove that the Tories are evil, Dickensian monsters who run the country in much the same way as Mr Squeers ran his Yorkshire school. Meanwhile, Labour don’t have to actually do anything, simply by [...]

Economy, Industry and the Incompetent Left

August 22, 2017 // 12 Comments

I have been fascinated by the reaction to the Donald’s take on the riots in Charlottesville. There has been a huge backlash against the white supremacists, and I too am not impressed by either their views or their chants. However, in a free society, they have an absolute right to express their [...]

The Far Left

September 1, 2015 // 6 Comments

There is a famous story about Pauline Kael, a journalist at the uber-liberal New York Times in the 1970s. When Republican Richard Nixon won a 48 state grand slam victory in 1972, she bitterly remarked that she couldn’t understand how this had happened, since she didn’t know anyone who had voted [...]

Saturday Papers – 16th May 2015

May 16, 2015 // 0 Comments

Election Campaigns The Telegraph has an interview with Lynton Crosby entitled “Betrayal of British voters”. The architect of David Cameron’s election victory has savaged Britain’s political class for badly misjudging the result, saying it was their “judgment day and they lost”. In his [...]

Saturday Papers – 11th April 2015

April 11, 2015 // 3 Comments

Conservative Campaign We take a look at the different ways the broadsheets present the change of emphasis in the Conservative campaign recently. The Telegraph leads with: “Tories: Over-75s to be guaranteed same-day access to GPs” Pensioners over the age of 75 will be guaranteed same-day access [...]

UKIP, YI and the bigotry of Universities

January 19, 2015 // 13 Comments

As we all know, Universities are a haven for left-wing loonies as they promote left-wing views and the majority of the lecturers are left-wing. Only part-time lecturers like the great David Starkey present an alternative view for these students, and what happens? He is constantly ridiculed and [...]