The Anti Semites’ Failing Smear

CSM EDITORIAL It was inevitable that the Labour Party – having failed before – would try and revive attacks on the Conservative Party for “Islamophobia”. After all, Anti-Semitism is consuming the Labour Party and it’s in the nature of Marxist nihilists to paint obstacles to their revolution with negative colours. Those pulling the strings of Corbyn’s Labour Party (Murray, Lansman, Butler, McDonnell, Milne and the … Continue reading The Anti Semites’ Failing Smear

A Test for the Unholy Alliance

BY FRANK HAVILAND It’s a well-known fact that heavyweight encounters rarely live up to the hype. Promoters are often guilty of allowing things to marinate until both sides are well past their sell-by dates. The long-awaited clash between Islam and gay rights however, may prove to be the exception; provided the rainbow corner comes to fight of course. I always suspected we’d get there with … Continue reading A Test for the Unholy Alliance

Oscars Devalued

BY ANDREW MOODY Spike Lee’s Oscar speech was as politically charged as possible: “Make the moral choice between love versus hate. Let’s do the right thing!” He was of course referring to the 2020 presidential election around the corner and Hollywood’s desperate desire to dethrone Trump. This is no doubt why Lee – a mediocre filmmaker at best but political dynamite nonetheless – won a … Continue reading Oscars Devalued

Blair’s Unjust Legacy

BY JAMIE FOSTER Boris Johnson writes in the Telegraph this week about the nauseating unfairness of the contemplated trial of four ex-servicemen over allegations arising out of Bloody Sunday when the Good Friday Agreement means IRA killers get away Scot free. He is keen to point out that it is not merely because it happened 47 years ago nor that it involves people sent out … Continue reading Blair’s Unjust Legacy