High Court Ruling: Counter-Insurgency


In an interview last week (published in that toxic new ‘newspaper’, “the New European”), Tony Blair claimed that the ‘48%’ were ‘now the insurgents’. Since the referendum that pathetic slogan “we are the 48” has become the tagline for those weak, victim-complex ridden individuals who simply cannot accept that Great Britain is leaving the European Union. It is developing the same notoriety Continue reading “High Court Ruling: Counter-Insurgency”


Foreign Workers? No Thanks!


Since the British people voted to leave the European Union, the debate has continued to rage. One talking point of particular interest to the British people is that of immigration and one thing is clear, that a vote to leave the European Union was a vote against the continued influx of Eastern European immigrants of the kind we have seen in recent years. We are constantly told Continue reading “Foreign Workers? No Thanks!”

Democracy: Do We Care?


All throughout the EU referendum campaign in Britain and, ever since the vote itself, one word has been thrown up constantly: Democracy. It was invoked ferociously by leave campaigners, who argued (rightly) that the EU is the antithesis of democracy and that our democratically elected parliament should be sovereign. Now that particular debate is over, the whinging liberals and globalists are now arguing that parliament should be able to approve or reject the government’s terms for leaving the EU as ‘that would be the democratic thing to do’.

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Hard Brexit


In the last week and to the dismay of the crying liberal commentators, the British government have added more meat to the proverbial bones of ‘Brexit’. Some questions have been answered and if we take the Prime Minister at her word, we know now that immigration controls will be prioritised over Britain’s membership of the single market, we know that the ‘Great Repeal Bill’ will be introduced to end the supremacy of EU courts and finally Continue reading “Hard Brexit”

England’s Housing Crisis


This week is the Conservative Party conference and one of the main topics discussed by delegates and the media alike, is the housing crisis currently affecting the United Kingdom – in reality, it is only England that is suffering from this issue at present. The Tories, of course, are quick to blame the Labour Party for their housing policy between 1997-2010, however the former are not doing much to tackle the problem themselves. It seems that the answer to this problem is always the same, regardless of whether you’re a conservative or a socialist or a Green Party affiliate – they all want to build more houses! They talk about targets for building new homes, that we should aim to build 150,000 or 200,000 or 300,000 new houses per year to deal with the issues we face. In fact, earlier this year the Tories relaxed laws surrounding Green Belt land, enabling more houses to be built over our beautiful English countryside. Continue reading “England’s Housing Crisis”

English Republic

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Ever since the unification of England in AD 927 under King Æthelstan, our nation has been ruled by a hereditary monarchy. During the times of our Anglo-Saxon ancestors, this was generally a positive thing as the rulers of the Heptarchy (7 Anglo-Saxon kingdoms of England) were elders appointed by consensus as opposed to divine right. However, since the Norman invasion of 1066, our land has been ruled by foreign monarchs of one dynasty or another, without so much as a popular vote on the matter in a millennia. Of course, there was the period of 1649-59 where England was a republic in the immediate aftermath of the civil war, but again a foreign monarch took power to continue the injustice. Continue reading “English Republic”

Black Lives Matter UK


This morning (06/09/2016) the UK edition of hate group “Black Lives Matter” made the headlines with a small-scale protest at London City Airport. It was reported that a group of 9 activists made their way onto the runway at about 5 am, erected a tripod then chained themselves together. Thanks to this ridiculous charade, flights had to be cancelled or diverted causing massive inconvenience, whilst also highlighting the lack of effective security at the airport to deter intrusions. Police reported that 9 protesters were arrested at the scene after a short stand off in which protesters initially refused to be moved. Black Lives Matter UK claimed responsibility for the protest, later releasing a statement on the matter: Continue reading “Black Lives Matter UK”