http://www.libertarian.co.uk/multimedia/2013-10-19-tbg-sig.mp3 Britain and the Global Reversion to Ancestral Ways: A Speech Given to the Conference of The Traditional Britain Group, Held in London on the 19th October 2013. Text to follow in due course. Here is the audio file. Filed … Continue reading ?
by John Kersey This is the text of a speech delivered earlier today to the Traditional Britain Group conference. I am told that a video recording will be available in due course. I am going to begin with a simple … Continue reading ...
American Apocalypse: The case for divine retribution by Justin Raimondo, October 18, 2013 I don’t believe in God. However, I do believe in divine retribution. Without going into the specifics of this somewhat counterintuitive theology, suffice to say here that … Continue reading ?
by Dick Puddlecote http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/DickPuddlecote/~3/j7hSIW13YyY/the-stunning-success-of-foodbanks.html “More and more are starving!”, screamed the usual panic-mongers yesterday. The number of people relying on food banks to survive has tripled over the last year, according to new figures. The Trussell Trust, which runs 400 … Continue reading ?
by John Kersey Didn’t we go through all this business of why we shouldn’t ban books fifty years ago, with Lady Chatterley? It seems that we need to revisit the issue, for the past fortnight has seen some rather disturbing … Continue reading ?
Note: The Italian State is providing Alitalia with a large subsidy. What the Italians do should normally be none of our business. However, the opaque nature of much spending by member states of the European Union allows me to suspect … Continue reading ?
I just finished watching a 2013 documentary, "Dirty Wars", which is about U.S. covert operations in the so-called "War on Terrorism". The film is by Jeremy Scahill, the guy who broke the story of abuses in Iraq by the private security company formerly known as Blackwater. Show More Summary
by Rad Geek http://c4ss.org/content/21916 Against All Nations and Borders Libertarianism has nothing to do with national interests. Libertarianism is about individual liberty. The liberty to live your own life, to pursue your own livelihood, and to come and go as … Continue reading ?
by Dick Puddlecote http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/DickPuddlecote/~3/KM1jmENdtqc/the-bmj-discards-its-integrity.html The BMJ Discards Its Integrity Via SteveVape, it appears that the British Medical Journal has today decided to ban “any study that is partly or wholly funded by the tobacco industry”. Their justification is quite … Continue reading ?
by Kevin Carson http://c4ss.org/content/21681 Note: I must take issue with Kevin’s misunderstanding of Warren Hastings – a splendid man, who carried the light of English civilisation deep into India, and helped make sure it stayed there for a very long … Continue reading ?
http://original.antiwar.com/justin/2013/10/13/the-war-profiteers/ Note: I have no doubt the same general principles apply in this country. The loudest warmongers will have their hands somewhere in our pockets. One of these days, I will update my reading on the Great War. So long … Continue reading ?
by Iti Sapuph Defy the smoking ban with e-cigarettes Despite the fact that the smoking ban has been enforced for several years, many still struggle to withstand their cravings in public places. Many may choose to use e-cigarettes to help … Continue reading ?
By Mustela nivalis In a comment under my post about how it was ‘the internet wot won it’, meaning that it stopped some insane thugs from insanely intervening violently in that nest of vipers which is called Syria, Sean Gabb … Continue reading ?
by John Kersey Recently, I wrote here about the potential impact of professionalism on UKIP. In response, Ian B pointed out the relevance of the concept of the Overton Window – the idea that the political spectrum consists of a … Continue reading ?
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David Davis Dear readers, you may find that from time to time articles written by us in the last 1,100 years will resurface at the top of the blog. This is on purpose. As you know, the Earth is tectonically-active, … Continue readin...
By Mustela nivalis The general election in Germany last Sunday generated a result that can only be called paradoxical (but only by people who assume that the world consists of a logical sequence of cause and effect): A majority of … Continue reading ?
David Davis The disgusting Maria Miller is proposing state regulation of media, and, to cap it all, here in Britain. I have to admit that the only-narrow defeat of David Cameron in 2010 by the triumphant Gordon Brown – the … Continue reading ?