Red, White & Blue

BY MANDY BALDWIN In our common struggle against those waning Globalists who deny our unique identities, it’s vital that we remember genuine friendships between nations. We may have a network of relationships around the globe, but for Britain, our defining friendships are with France and the USA, representing Europe and the Anglosphere respectively. Much of the American Constitution is rooted in Magna Carta, first declaration … Continue reading Red, White & Blue

The Elephant’s Child

BY MANDY BALDWIN The baby elephant rushes screaming after its terrified mother, its back legs being consumed by flames. Its mother, her own feet burning, rushes into the forest.  Around them, humans laugh, shriek with savage delight, and throw more flaming tar balls which stick to the elephant’s skin. The baby – product of a two-year pregnancy, child of a species which nurtures infants to … Continue reading The Elephant’s Child

The Beauty of Punjabi Weddings

BY DR PREETI TALWAR Marriage is the beautiful blending of two lives, two loves, two hearts. Since time immemorial Indian weddings have been arranged weddings which are solemnised in the presence of elders of the family. During ancient times the girl and boy did not meet before the wedding and all the formalities were taken care of by the elders of the family, but it … Continue reading The Beauty of Punjabi Weddings

Trump’s Kryptonite

BY JOHN ISMAEL Ask a political scientist to come up with a formula for a radical entity that can most annoy Leftists. Who or what would you imagine that they would create? A reincarnation of the Reverend Ian Paisley? Andrew Neil perhaps? Enoch Powell? The late Andrew Breitbart? What about Michael Portillo? Imagine these political scientists with their imaginary cauldrons, concocting this anti-Leftist kryptonite. What … Continue reading Trump’s Kryptonite

RTÉ – Really Tiresome Emissions

BY EAMONN O’MAHONY If you thought you Brits had it bad paying out £147 a year for your TV licence, then think about us poor Irish who pay out €160 a year for our own poll tax imposed on anyone who watches the telly. We face a similar Stasi inspectorate and bailiffs, similar court appearances and jail sentences if we fail to cough up. Statistics … Continue reading RTÉ – Really Tiresome Emissions

Pervert Havens on the Left

BY JON ALEXANDER By now you should be aware of the arrest of Harvey Weinstein, that is if you follow any branch of mainstream media.  Weinstein is a 65-year-old movie producer, creator of the ‘Miramax’ production company.  He is about as ‘Hollywood’ and ‘Democrat’ as you can get – expressing extremely strong support for Obama and then Hillary Clinton.  He in turn received strong praise … Continue reading Pervert Havens on the Left

Veritatis Splendor

BY PATRICK WIGHTMAN It appears that the words of the French leader Charles de Gaulle ring true today in Catalonia: “Patriotism is when love of your own people comes first; Nationalism, when hate for people other than your own comes first.” On the question of Catalan independence, the British press has tried its best to sell the public a “love story”: a democratic people, who … Continue reading Veritatis Splendor