Author: James Higham

Freedom

Consider this statement: I don’t see how freedom of speech can be reconciled with religion. Agreed, it can’t … not with the generic notion of “religion”. But with Christianity on the other hand, it is a vital precondition and interwoven…

It starts with the triangle

Actually, it starts before the French Revolution but bear with this. I start with the Triangle because, despite the writer’s bias, it does pinpoint the power structure in the States and by implication – it comments on that of Europe…

Today’s rape quiz

High School Student “in His 20s” Arrested for Raping Teacher – Sweden Your question for 10, no conferring, is – what colour or religion was the perp? You have ten seconds from now. … Too difficult? You’re allowed one hint:…

We are fed up [part three]

My intention was to leave this “We are fed up” mini-series at two posts but a comment [now deleted] crossed a line in the sand and it needs to be addressed. Trouble is, other comments addressing it also had to…

2019 or 2020

My milieu is mainly among miserable sinners like myself, yourself, not among the saints and my first thought about anything going on is political but there are two issues with that. First, the story about Kavanaugh, for those not up…

When emotion, not reason, rules all

Consider: http://viewsandstories.blogspot.com/2018/06/emotion-substitutes-for-evidence-and.html In the politics of postmodernist-neoliberalist-globalism emotion has taken the place of evidence and logic. The political media elite no longer even pretend to be concerned with facts. Examples of this truism can daily be seen in the debates…

They’re all at it

Link to tweet Right, we have two issues here – one is electronic, in that you’d need to be able to access Twitter to look through those documents, the second is that I need to invent a character to protect…

UKIP platform

This follows on from yesterday’s post. Let’s have a look at it: Sticking point is, of course, number two. I don’t blame UKIP for keeping it to the weak ‘future immigration restriction’ for a wider catchment and admit that my…