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The Return Of The Crazy White Men

By Alexander Baron

There are those of a certain political persuasion who have been attempting to portray terrorism as an exclusively Islamic phenomenon. While Islamist (not Islamic) terrorism has been rampant since 9/11, they are not the only people who are able and willing to commit indiscriminate murder. That hard fact was brought home in graphic fashion recently […]

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The Woman Feminism Forgot

By Alexander Baron

American pick-up artist Roosh V was the subject of a fierce attack in the UK Parliament recently. Awhile ago he published a provocative piece called How To Stop Rape in which he argued that rape should be legal if carried out on private property. This was an article along the same s as the well-known […]

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Hillary Clinton In Her Own Words

By Alexander Baron

We all say things we live to regret, and we all change our minds; that includes politicians. When we do change our minds, most of us can get away without admitting it, to other people at least, but for politicians, this can be a risky business in an age when their every public pronouncement is […]

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Lord Bramall Is Innocent, Like So Many Others

By Enza Ferreri

Lord Bramall, a UK former armed forces chief dubbed a “war hero”, has launched a serious attack against London’s Metropolitan Police Service (Met for short, aka Scotland Yard) for “failing to speak to witnesses who cast doubt on the claims made 10 months earlier by an alleged abuse victim called Nick”. Almost a year ago the 92-year-old […]

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The British Campaign Group Takes On The Banks

By Alexander Baron

On Saturday, February 13, the British Campaign Group – organised by Roger Hayes, founder of the British Constitution Group – is holding a meeting in Liverpool, the aim of which is to eventually overthrow the corrupt, debt-based money system. This will be of particular interest to anyone who has a mortgage. Did you know that […]

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Time To Add Folic Acid To Bread?

By Tim Sandle

Politicians in Scotland are debating whether to add fortify white bread with folic acid. The reason this is being considered is due to a rise in birth defects. With a good diet, rich with green leafy vegetables people should be able to obtain sufficient quantities of the B-vitamin. Good sources include: broccoli, brussels sprouts, liver, […]

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Do We Still Need Universities?

By Alexander Baron

Last year, the British Government announced it was to replace maintenance grants for lower income university students with loans. Understandably, this has caused consternation and led to considerable resistance. While the Government is right to try to save money on education, the question has to be asked, is it going about it the wrong way, […]

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Saudi Arabia v Iran – Which Should The West Support?

By Alexander Baron

While the usual suspects are peddling their garbage about the Islamic conspiracy taking over Europe, Middle East watchers might just have noticed that Iran and Saudi Arabia have been at each others’ throats for some considerable time, and with the execution by the Saudis of 47 people recently, including a leading Shia cleric, relations between […]

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Simon Danczuk Hoist With His Own Petard

By Alexander Baron

Labour MP Simon Danczuk has been in the forefront of the historical child sexual abuse witch-hunt for the past few years, and has been actively tarnishing the reputations of politicians alive and dead, including the now recently deceased Leon Brittan. Alas, the tables have been turned on him, and, surprise, surprise, he doesn’t like it. […]

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Lord Janner Is Found Fit To Stand Trial

By Alexander Baron

Greville Janner, who served as a Labour MP for 27 years before being elevated to the peerage, died shortly before Christmas at the age of 87. At the time of his death he was facing a plethora of historical child sexual abuse allegations. These were nothing new, the first such allegation was made against him […]

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