Is it because I’m black?

28th May 2014 0

Returning home from abroad recently, the airline temporarily lost my luggage and promised to deliver it to my house a little later. It did indeed try to do so, but it was at eight in the evening and I was out in a restaurant having dinner with my neighbours. The delivery man left my case at my next door neighbour … [Read on]

Gabriel Hershman is concerned about the effect Britain’s criminal underclass might have on law abiding, hard working Bulgarians

28th May 2014 0

Anyone reading the British tabloids in January 2014 could have been forgiven for imagining that the UK was about to be invaded by Romanians and Bulgarians. If you believed it then Sofia bus station should have resembled the evacuation before the Fall of Saigon in 1975: people fighting over seats, clinging to the top of the bus and even trying … [Read on]

Gabriel Hershman discovers how ‘inequalities’ force young British men to mug elderly ladies in the street

9th May 2014 0

One of the most destructive ‘constructive’ injunctions of our age is that we should always be positive. This is seen at its most pernicious in the title of a book – ‘You Can’t Afford the Luxury of a Negative Thought’. Of course, there are some cases when being positive is better than being negative – like when confronting, for example, … [Read on]