The lie of “liberalism”

One needs to get a line on Eric Foner before we begin. He is profiled as a historian but he is on the editorial board of the misnamed The Nation [misnamed because they are about destroying the Nation through the…

So, what a weekend

This weekend in London has shown us how wonderful and great the politically correct, multicultural, social engineering policies of the political classes have been for Britain……………..NOT! So here are a few of  my thoughts. The riots have highlighted again to…

Nostalgia For The Eighties; It’s In Fashion…

Oliver Wright in the ‘Indy’ on the riots, desperately trying to proclaim them as the ‘inevitable result’ of lessons left unlearned after the last Broadwater Farm-related shindig: When the ashes had been cleared, the events at Broadwater Farm lead to…

Responsibility abolished

Prompted by the Tottenham destruction and the Quiet Man’s timely post… There are no human rights.  There are only human responsibilities. The notion of ‘human rights’ is a fallacious confection of philosophical concepts which by virtue of their subtle complexity are…

Violence is always on the table

Lately I’ve been reading about the latest situation with some calling for insurrection while others say it is not the way as violence does not solve anything. I disagree. Although I believe that violence is a last resort and should…

Death and taxes.

Death and taxes are often considered to be the only things certain in life. One is under the control of government. The other, currently, is not. The government claim they will be ‘forced to consider’ the return of the death…

An utter waste of time

Seems there’s going to be a new (all expenses paid) independent commission to discuss a new UK Bill of Rights as people are not too happy with the European Court of Human Rights interfering in our system using the Human…

Beyond Reasonable Doubt

Certain issues tend to come to the fore from time to time and the reintroduction of the death penalty is one such. The arguments will be aired –  and they won’t be radically different from the last time that they…

Puzzle Corner answer

As several people worked out or guessed Melbourne’s skateboarding rhino signs are to remind pedestrians to watch out for trams, though since most of the trams weigh well over 20 tonnes a rhino on a skateboard would be a hell…