The Islamist beheadings: How long before the head count in the west is like the picture?

18th October 2020 61

Two days ago, in the town of Conflans-Sainte-Honorine on the outskirts of Paris, a 47-year old French teacher of the humanities, Samuel Paty, was decapitated in the street by an Islamist for having dared show his pupils cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed as part of a course on freedom of expression. It is no exaggeration to say that France is in a state of shock. Mass demonstrations are … [Read on]

This Tory government is frightened to prosecute racial or anti semitic abuse from the left

25th August 2020 11

While the BBC excises classic comedies and variety shows from its archives for offensive racial stereotypes, the musical genre of rap has seemed immune to cancel culture. Glorifying drugs, misogyny and violence, its lyrics are a profusion of the ‘n’ word and ‘motherf******s’. If you were to quote these verbal volleys on Twitter you would risk a ban, or perhaps … [Read on]

UK’s measures against Covid 19 : Boris was right?

20th July 2020 15

The common sense interpretation of the above data is that compared with the US, South America and South Africa, broadly speaking UK policy on the containment of the virus has been correct. Boris Johnson has not ‘lost his grip’ and government policies are a vindication for British pragmatism. An alternative explanation is that the figures show a common form of … [Read on]

The Soviet Republic of Great Britain

22nd April 2020 1

Old Soviet Joke “The difference between communism and capitalism is that under capitalism you are paid to work, under communism you are paid not to.“ Yesterday HMRC started to pay workers to stay at home, for how long ? Covid 19 has turned out to be Labour’s most effective electoral agent ever. Subscribe to the quarterly print magazine Subscribe to … [Read on]

The sound of money being created.

20th April 2020 11

The Covid shutdown, according to the Centre for Economics and Business Research, is costing  £2.5 billion a day in lost production. Today, we could have paid 100,000 extra nurses an annual salary of £25,000 a year.  Tomorrow, £2.5 billion would have mended every pot hole, on every road in Britain. On Wednesday,  we could have built six sparkling new hospitals. … [Read on]

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