Author Archives: A Gentleman's Rapier

Ignoring History

Just read this great essay by David Starkey in the Mail . Got me thinking of other historical precedents in Britain, and how MPs are ignoring them at their – and the nation’s – peril. Such as the history of … Continue reading

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Sleeplessness and worry…

I had a tough time getting to sleep last night. Part of it was physical. There was a stiffness in my neck which wouldn’t allow me to get comfortable until I had propped it up with a second pillow (which … Continue reading

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The Participator

Many thanks to the people at The Participator for reposting my latest. Looks like an interesting site for many of us who are thinking about the way things are heading. Cheers!

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Reconsiderations: Libertarianism and Civic Nationalism

I have been thinking a lot about culture, politics, and economics lately. For most of my adult life (from my thirties to now), I have held a worldview that was a mix of conservative and libertarian elements, flavoured with a … Continue reading

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2019: A New Hope or Will the Empire Strike Back?

I have been going through a blackpilled phase lately. I have been observing the trends in political debate, political censure, media, and demographics through a rather dark lens. It hasn’t done a whole hell of a lot for my sunny … Continue reading

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…Politics by other means

War is the continuation of politics by other means. – Carl von Clausewitz Will Podmore provides some disturbing reading over at The Blue Anchor about our government’s collusion in bringing the UK into ever closer EU military unification. The key … Continue reading

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Our Children…or Theirs?

Around the time of the Referendum, I was chatting, as I normally do, with a couple of the people from the street market stalls that I frequent for lunch. The subject was, of course, the Referendum. There was, amongst them, … Continue reading

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