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Whose Nation is it Really?

We are not lone individuals engaged in a struggle against nature, but social animals, who have our individual rights to liberty in a free country, but who are nevertheless part of a wider society, culture and economy. We have the … Continue reading

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Miss, Mrs or Ms?

I once worked for a publishing company that insisted on the use of Ms, pronounced Mizz, to refer to a woman, rather than Mrs or Miss. Personally, I don’t think Mizz is a word in the English language, and so … Continue reading

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REINING IN COPYRIGHT

The EU recently extended its copyright laws for audio recordings. Such recordings are now protected by copyright for 70 years, up from the previous 50-year term. Bizarrely, given the ephemeral nature of fashions in popular music, all recordings produced since … Continue reading

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The Paedophile Panic in England

The Paedophile Panic in England I don’t have any interest in drawings of children being raped, but I know of no legitimate law where people could be imprisoned for drawing such a scene. However, this is apparently illegal in the … Continue reading

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Guilt, or self-righteousness?

For conservatives prepared to consider the proposition that there is some kind of fundamental distinction between Western culture and that of the other civilisations of the world, the distinction is sometimes seen in terms of morality. We are, according to … Continue reading

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A libertarian approach to family values

We live in the era of so-called “women’s rights”. I am not sure that women’s rights could only have been interpreted in a way that has weakened the traditional family. But that is the situation that now obtains in England … Continue reading

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Who rules Britain?

The basic question of politics is “who does what to whom?” This was put a little more succintly in Russian by Vladimir Lenin as “kto, kogo”, “who? whom?” He was a Marxist with a fondness for class analysis of society, … Continue reading

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Punishing patriots

We read today of how British patriots working in the Inland Revenue paid less child benefit to people quaintly referred to as “non-nationals”. They have been sacked, in a disgraceful, politically inspired abuse of power by Revenue bosses. Who are … Continue reading

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Towards a new foreign policy

A recent blogpost on VDARE.com expressed the view that the UK will be on India’s side in the eventual struggle for global dominance between China and India, whereas Australia would be pro-Chinese, and the US position is unclear. It is … Continue reading

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Religion in an Age of Unbelief

Religion and politics do not mix, they say. However, there was a time when Christianity—specifically, Anglicanism—was at the very heart of what it meant to be a Tory. It is arguably the case that multiculturalism, and our ongoing expropriation as … Continue reading

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