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The Threatening Implications of Cryptocurrencies

February 20, 2018 // 20 Comments

Cryptocurrencies are best thought of as fiat currencies without a country backing them.   A fiat currency is one in which the money is not based on a valuable commodity like gold or silver but on something of little or no intrinsic value such as paper money or coins made with base metal.  It is [...]

EDITORS’ COALITION

February 13, 2018 // 20 Comments

THIS IS A JOINT ANNOUNCEMENT BY REECE COOMBES, DARRELL GOODLIFFE AND VIV EVANS, THE EDITORS-IN-CHIEF OF KIPPER CENTRAL AND UKIP DAILY General: To enable grassroots (UKIP members and non-members) to communicate with each other, we, the E-in-Cs of Kipper Central  and UKIP Daily, have decided to form [...]

A Brexit vision

February 4, 2018 // 12 Comments

It has been pathetic hasn’t it, watching May and her government lie to us and back-peddle on Brexit. We’ve seen ‘project fear’ again used as a means to justify a soft Brexit and continued subservience to the EU. Occasionally,  we read about the potential opportunities of Brexit, if only we [...]

Veterans Against Terrorism call to support Gerard Batten

January 29, 2018 // 62 Comments

For a number of months the Veterans Against Terrorism (VAT) group has been in talks with prominent political leaders who support Brexit and are taking a strong stand against Islamic supremacy and terrorism. VAT are well aware that the only way to achieve our aim of a peaceful and free United [...]

The Patriots – Part Two

January 22, 2018 // 3 Comments

[Continuing from Part One which you can find here.] In this respect, Churchill’s post-War speech about the need for a unified Europe has frequently been cited as showing his early support for the idea – indeed, it commands a prominent position on the European Commission’s website – but [...]

The patriots

January 21, 2018 // 13 Comments

Brexiteers have been accused of xenophobia, bigotry, racism, or of being small-minded ‘little Englanders’ who cannot look beyond their own patch to appreciate the wider world. And yet as we struggle to escape the bullies of Brussels, ‘Darkest Hour’, the new film about Winston Churchill that [...]

MIGRATION, ROBOTS AND THE EXTENSION OF LIFE

January 19, 2018 // 14 Comments

The Authorities in the West are in a right muddle about three of the most important problems that have cropped up over the last few decades and will affect us in a few more decades to come: how to deal with immigrants from ‘less affluent’ countries; how to deal with robots which seem to be [...]

A Brutal Lesson

January 18, 2018 // 16 Comments

I’ve never told anybody this before, it’s a part of my life that I rarely think about. When I was a small child my father, an ex soldier, seemed worried that I was so placid and easy going, he taught me that the world was an evil place and I needed to be able to look after myself. My father did [...]

Market Gymnastics

December 28, 2017 // 6 Comments

Many years ago an academic I once knew, said to me: “modern businesses need to be like fighter aircraft, unstable in flight to enable them to manoeuvre and change direction quickly.” This man, as well as being an academic, also had some substantial real-world business experience and what he [...]

The wrong direction

December 10, 2017 // 8 Comments

So, Theresa May would like to keep us shackled to the European Union in all but name, I think we’re going to live to regret that and here’s why. By the end of this year (2017) China will have launched the Petroyuan . Already Russia, Iran and Venezuela among others are preparing to trade oil in [...]
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