The Peace of Cod

25th May 2018 2

Victims of the 1987 King’s Cross fire would be astonished to see Grenfell enquiry with its private rooms, quiet areas and a prayer room, counselling and NHS support. Morning sessions stop to allow Muslim prayer, even the location was changed after complaints that survivors could not endure the trauma of tube travel. British law, which ignores the mutilation of immigrant … [Read on]

The Wedding

20th May 2018 6

I had no interest in this royal wedding. From the yards of news coverage in the weeks before hand, and from glimpses of overweight women camped out in the streets of Windsor wearing idiotic Union Jack spectacles and silly royal face masks, I got the impression that two rather dull people were about to get wed in circumstances of the … [Read on]

Dictionary of Dishonest Left Wing Words

12th May 2018 32

The following ‘Dictionary of Dishonest Left Wing Words’ (below) is a list of words and phrases used by the left to lend bogus authority to their evidence free theories. Ethnicities. A four syllable word replacing ‘races’. Both mean the same thing. Using the longer word suggests that clever academics have lifted it from the mire of mere racial abuse.  This is … [Read on]

Some of my best friends are white men

11th May 2018 8

In the UK, human-trafficking is orchestrated not by shady foreign mafias but by quintessentially British businessmen and ex-military types. Illegal immigrants are mostly nice people whereas it is hard to find any decent and sane white people in Britain apart from a few who have the courage to spout some much needed left/liberal outrage at the state of this “nasty … [Read on]

Amber and the Windrush People

30th April 2018 3

My cruel snobbish side has long worried about how someone with the name of a pole dancer filled one of the highest offices of the land. My practical informed side has long worried about how the Home Office was ever entrusted to someone dumb enough to think the EU was a good idea. But now that Amber Rudd has gone … [Read on]

Who’s afraid of Enoch Powell?

15th April 2018 48

The BBC is broadcasting Powell’s ‘Rivers of Blood’ speech performed by the actor Ian McDiarmid. The speech is not going to be delivered whole, but interspersed by ‘’contemporary commentary’’ — a kind of politically approved intermission to prevent viewers from digesting too much undiluted hate speech. But even this edited version has provoked the authoritarian sensibilities of the multiculturalist left. … [Read on]

12th April 2018 27

So we must have military action in Syria because Assad has allegedly gassed his citizens. Therefore, in accordance with universal humanitarian principles, we need to bomb some airbases. Of course, our universal principles of human rights aren’t in practice all that universal. There are some countries which appear to demand from us an overwhelming moral obligation to intervene. We must … [Read on]

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