Author: James Higham

Women’s Day

It’s such a pity so many western women have soured relations so much between men and women because I used to enjoy Women’s Day in Russia, the second most important day of the year, the other being New Year. Long…

Yesterday’s men, a musical treatment of an old war

This was written about Conservatives and fuddy-duddies in general: Little did Madness know just how relevant it was to become today: Yesterday’s men hang on to today To sing in the old fashioned way But things change and now those…

Breeding CAN be taught

One thing which had so many conservatives up in arms was Obama’s utter lack of class and absence of manners: Most of the criticism was for his habit of putting feet up on furniture in street shoes. This was not…

The limits of freedom

The Freedom Association is one I’ve been associated with since 2010 and not surprisingly, they are dedicated to people’s freedom within a society, in contrast, say, to that of Iraq and North Korea. In short, they are dedicated to preserving…

Doris

Currently enjoying the charms of Doris in these windy isles – how are you managing today? Scene below was on Twitter just now, seems a bit windy over there.

South Africa [2]

Perceptions or reality? This is the issue we’re grappling with on South Africa. Hard to argue with a South African who says he was able to walk about Joburg with impunity decades ago, kept to safe areas after dark a…

Apartheid

This picture below is supposedly of Olympic Park, Melbourne, in 1971, a violent protest against Verwoerd’s policy of apartheid. Links from Chuckles before we begin: http://rahowadirectory.com/sacreativity/changing-history-the-verwoerd-assassination/ And different background – https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hendrik_Verwoerd http://www.sahistory.org.za/sites/default/files/DC/asjan59.1/asjan59.1.pdf Mention’s been made on this blog before that…

Drain the paedo swamp

The Good Lord Above, be there such an entity, makes use of the strangest tools – witness Saul of Tarsus. Now He’s apparently using the Orange Emperor. Nice take here on Vox’s site, via Chuckles: