Britain’s Matricidal Feminists – the death of the family

20th August 2015 0

The English have never been famous for their parenting skills or their food. The food has lately got a lot better but parenting sadly has not. British schoolchildren are unhappier than children in Ethiopia and Algeria because they are bullied, left out by their peers and under pressure to look good, according to a study carried out over the last … [Read on]

Rowan WIlliams the theobabbler

13th August 2015 0

In the introduction to his magisterial anthology, the late John Gross declined to offer a definition of good prose. His taste was as catholic as his knowledge was deep and wide, but it was also sure. Gross included examples of the flowery and the spare, the tragic and the comic, the poetical and the matter-of-fact in his book, but every … [Read on]

Is the Devil a Landlord?

8th August 2015 1

If one used only the Guardian as a guide to reality, one would imagine that, where property rental was concerned, only landlords were dishonest and exploitative, never tenants. There are a score articles easily available on its website about the evils of landlords, but not one about the evils of tenants. Indeed, in a certain worldview, the very word landlord is synonymous with evil. As … [Read on]


6th August 2015 0

Almost every generation has accused the previous one of being vain and shallow, but it is hard not to take that view looking at the young people, mainly from Japan and Korea currently swarming over Oxford. But this strange cult of Narcissism is a global phenomenon, at least in the developed parts of the globe, and no one escapes. Two … [Read on]

Wild Locusts and Honey

1st August 2015 0

1. In those days came the Prophet Jeremy, preaching in the wilderness of North Islington, 2. And saying, Repent ye: for the kingdom of Clem is at hand. 3 For this is he that was spoken of by the prophet Benn, saying, The voice of one crying in Designer Warehouse, Prepare ye the way of Marx, make profits nought. 4. … [Read on]

Sleeping with Islam

26th July 2015 0

Continuing the liberal BBC’s policy of finding strange bedfellows the Sunday Programme today 26/7/15 came from the East London Mosque, the oldest mosque in London. We were told by Salman Farsi of the London Mosque Trust, that the place is packed at prayer time. ‘It’s jam packed with people,’ said BBC presenter Ed Stourton, sounding hugely impressed. ‘There are ‘7,000 … [Read on]

An enormous waterspout of Marxist nonsense from the LSE

26th July 2015 0

In a recent article, writer James Bartholomew noted that British universities with their hard left, levelling economic doctrines have spread disaster far and wide, across the world. In particular he noted that ‘the London School of Economics can rightly claim more that it’s share.’ It certainly has, leading the world in propounding fruitless economic misery to millions. Among its former … [Read on]

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