Monthly Archives: July 2011

Are MPs who tweet twits?

The Daily Mail thinks so, as they rename the House of Commons the House of Twits. I’m sure that the name is appropriate generally, but I happen to think that the new social media, like Twitter and Facebook, not to … Continue reading


The Controlled Music Industry and “Counter-culture”

After a young friend “liked” Wiz Khalifa on Facebook, a foul-mouthed rapper who promotes drug use, I felt the need to “like” him myself so I could leave this comment on his page: Here’s the deal – the government makes … Continue reading


Golden Brown

Dear Gordon, Gold touched £1,000 (that’s pounds sterling) an ounce earlier in the week. You sold half our reserves at under $300 (yes, dollars) an oz when you were Chancellor of the Exchequer. When the Bilderbergers instructed you to destroy … Continue reading

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Why the European Union MUST be dissolved

Take a look at this map. In the early 1940s, Britain “stood alone” against Nazi Germany. (Hitler had entered into a non-aggression pact with Stalin, which ended when he invaded the Soviet Union in the summer of 1941.) Many would … Continue reading


Divide and Conquer means we could not even organise a knees-up in a brewery

I joined a Facebook group a few days ago called “Burn the EU Flag Day,” but after a brief spell on there tonight, I have the feeling that some people would like to burn the British Flag just as much. … Continue reading


Trevor Phillips and the art of doublethink

Doublethink was coined by George Orwell in Nineteen Eighty-Four and means “the power of holding two contradictory beliefs in one’s mind simultaneously, and accepting both of them”. Doublethink works, and has been an effective weapon in the globalists’ success in … Continue reading