That Cotton Picking Guardian!

12th June 2020 11

The Manchester Guardian  on the liberator of America’s slaves Abraham Lincoln. “It was an evil day both for America and the world when he was chosen President of the United States” Manchester Guardian, 10th October 1862 On news of his assassination, the Guardian described Lincoln’s Proclamation of Emancipation – the act that declared “all persons held as slaves are, and henceforward shall be free.” as abhorrent … [Read on]

Sign petition to pull down the Highgate statue of Karl Marx in Highgate, responsible for the deaths of 100 million people world wide and notorious anti semite.

10th June 2020 36

The Tomb of Karl Marx needs removing from Highgate Cemetery, North London. Karl Marx was the founder of modern-day Communism which led to death, suffering and oppression across the world. Communism has led to the deaths of 100 million people across the world in countries such as China, Cuba, Laos, Vietnam, Soviet Union, North Korea and many more. Karl Marx … [Read on]

Enoch Powell: Prophet of our times.

10th June 2020 10

The Maoist inspired riots in London and other cities will lead not just to pulling statues down and renaming ancient institutions such as Guy’s Hospital, the Tait, Westminster and Trafalgar Square but to censorship and the ransacking of our libraries for ‘white man’s literature” by self appointed literary gangs. This happened in China with the loss of centuries of priceless … [Read on]

My kingdom, my kingdom for a pair of trainers.

5th June 2020 13

Notice the impoverished state of the rioters; their skeletal appearance due to lack of food… so poor they have been forced to come in large and expensive cars to prevent their skins, made frail by lack of essential vitamins in thier diet, from bruising… Subscribe to the quarterly print magazine Subscribe to the quarterly digital magazine

Covid 19: the Brussels friendly virus

16th April 2020 5

Author Will Podmore Has Covid-19 infected the Brexit process? For the diehard Remainers, it has become the excuse they have been looking for. The government should extend the Brexit deadline “if necessary”, says Keir Starmer – already revealing himself as a master of the snide insinuation – clearly hinting that in his opinion it will be necessary. And like a … [Read on]

Covid 19: The virus with public relations. (Quadrant Magazine Australia)

2nd April 2020 6

One Dozen Dissenting Second Opinions It spreads out invisibly. It spreads along the streets and train tracks, over the counters and tables, the packaging and surfaces. And it spreads above all about what makes us human: closeness to each other. Confidential conversations, joint efforts on the sports field, tender touches – all of this helps the new corona virus on its way through the world . Hands, … [Read on]

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