The Giant Prison that Muslim women inhabit

14th August 2018 12

Whatever his motives, Boris Johnson’s remarks about Islamic dress have drawn attention to an area of extreme tension; the Muslim practise of sexual apartheid. While the Left in the UK and bizarrely Mrs May’s government, are trying to abolish binary gender recognition in favour of saying there are several valid sexes, the Muslim community recognises only one gender as the … [Read on]

Apartheid USA.

12th August 2018 3

In 2012, Charles Murray, the American author, famous for the book, ‘The Bell Curve’, wrote a new and similarly controversial book called, ‘Coming Apart: The State of White America, 1960-2010.’ In it, he examined the American, white working class, losing all the traditional values that had previously held them, their families and their society together. At the same time, Murray … [Read on]

The first Islamic State of the Union?

7th August 2018 8

I run a volunteer education and healthcare charity in an extremely rural and traditional area of Nepal. When we send students to villages to help, I always write them a list of cultural ‘do’s’ and ‘don’ts’ so as not to cause offence to local people. The list includes clothing, washing, food, people’s houses, money, gifts, temples and monasteries and so … [Read on]

Buying coke in Yarmouth – but not for your stove

31st July 2018 17

The Right Honourable Heather Wheeler, is our ‘Housing and Homelessness Minister.’ She recently spoke at an event for twenty minutes, discussing her role doing that job. On neither the issue of housing, nor homelessness, did she once mention immigration. When questioned about the rise of ‘Populism’, she proceeded to explain that Mrs May was a ‘very popular’ MP, in her … [Read on]

Sargon; The Saviour from Swindon?

26th July 2018 9

King Sargon of Akkaad flourished in Sumeria between 2234 and 2279 BC. During his reign, he conquered Mesopotamia, parts of Syria, Anatolia and ‘Elam’, modern-day Western Iran. As well as being a considerable soldier and politician, he was a skilled polemicist and employed the arts of classical debate to silence his detractors. That such a civilised king could have lived … [Read on]

Orders from Berlin

24th July 2018 3

Mrs Merkel sacked Dominic Raab three days after her newly appointed Minister for Brexit announced we would not pay £39 billion to the EU if they tried to stage an economic shoot out with Britain at the Brussels corral at midnight on the 29th of March next year.  Mrs May probably tried to save him, but orders from Berlin are orders, as the … [Read on]

Come Back Gina Lollobrigida

24th July 2018 6

Something was very missing; Romeo & Juliet usually begins with a rather stately and very well- known prologue. ‘In fair Verona where we lay our scene,’ etc but instead we were somewhere more like Peckham, our ears attacked by a shouted gabbling sound as if we were overhearing a tiresome all-night party which has spilled out onto the street at … [Read on]

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