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Category Archives: Brexit
But I get the feeling some event is going to be manufactured either today or in the next week or so to make it look as if a Brexit supporter or Brexit supporters are violent, perhaps murderous, and the Narrative … Continue reading
One of the coolest books I have ever read is Lost in the Cosmos: The Last Self-Help Book by Walker Percy. Contrary to its title, it is a parody of a self-help book. It does, however, challenge one to go … Continue reading
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
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
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
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