What did you sell to Saudi Arabia today Daddy?

29th November 2017 12

“According to Amnesty International, the US and UK have sold $5 billion (4.6 billion euros) worth of weapons to Saudi Arabia since March 2015, helping it commit “gross violations” and “precipitate a humanitarian catastrophe.” Deutsch Welle. If your spouse works for the UK Foreign Office, deals in Saudi Arabia’s recent $2 trillion offer of Aramco shares on our stock market … [Read on]

It begins with eggs, then it is firebombs

28th November 2017 14

Not many literary festivals end in violence, but the Lewes Speakers’ Festival last weekend did so. About 100 protesters tried to prevent Katie Hopkins, the Daily Mail columnist,, from speaking there about her autobiographical book, Rude, and succeeded. She left when the police said that they could no longer guarantee her safety. I spoke immediately before Katie Hopkins, who guarded by … [Read on]

Child passengers on the Transgender Titanic

25th November 2017 8

It was reported in July that as many as 800 children, some as young as ten, are currently being prescribed puberty blockers in the UK. As the gender juggernaut crashes onward, the delaying of puberty has become the next ‘life-saving’ treatment for children experiencing gender dysphoria. If the irreversible onset of adult sexual characteristics is delayed, the army of self-appointed … [Read on]

The Tory Party’s People Trafficking Scheme

22nd November 2017 6

The Chancellor today issued an invitation to anybody who can can get to this country to buy a house with the assistance of the British taxpayer. Houses valued under £300,00 will not be liable to stamp duty. As no serious attempt has been made to control mass immigration and those who arrive, whether legally or illegally, have exactly the same … [Read on]

Carry on Transgendering with the Archbishop of Cant

17th November 2017 10

The C of E is at it again; nagging on about the sanctity of Christian marriage, the importance for children of parents staying together, banging on about late term abortion, raging about children facing famine in Yemen and the Congo, with Christmas coming trying to make us all feel guilty about waste and self-indulgence. Well no, of course they haven’t … [Read on]

Brexit; Not a penny more

15th November 2017 1

Poor Michel Barnier is getting a very bad press in Britain. The EU’s chief negotiator is variously depicted as an intransigent bully intent on delivering a punishment beating, a Gallic popinjay, and the sort of person who never loses an opportunity to admire his reflection in the mirror. But this is all most unfair. The charming Monsieur Barnier is, in … [Read on]

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