VICAR Dear Readers of Country Squire Magazine, I trust that You and Your families are well and enjoying the beautiful weather. These days time seems rarely to stand still. I see people running around, often literally, on the way to meetings, or to school pick-up or for some other reason. They are in a rush. They don’t have time to stop and ponder. They surely have … Continue reading A Prayer for Quiet
BY NIGEL BEAN & PAUL READ Currently the BBC use Chris Packham to promote their left-wing animal rights fundamentalist ideology while they pretend to be impartial at licence fee payers’ expense. If Packham wants to campaign for a cause that fits in with the BBC’s pledge of impartiality – one that will benefit both the environment and the countryside – he should look at the … Continue reading The BBC Conspiracy Theorist
BY PADDY WIGHTMAN I’m not sure if you’ve noticed but over the last few years what is referred to as the LGBT Movement has grown from strength to strength. Around 15 years ago this movement had little publicity, but it is now mentioned on a daily basis across the West’s top newspapers and news channels. It enjoys the support of the majority of Europe’s democratic … Continue reading Pride?
BY FRANK HAVILAND There isn’t much left which isn’t racist. Managing to avoid it can be quite a challenge. Everything from your morning coffee to the weather is racism embodied. My personal favourites include: sandwiches, classical music, dating sites, science, being white, having a white family, disliking foreign food, liking foreign food, staring at people, not staring at people, and of course not being racist … Continue reading Equality Lie Violation
CSM EDITORIAL It is depressing that only 30 percent of people think the Tories understand rural Britain. A recent poll sponsored by the Countryside Alliance found in addition that only 8.5% of people thought rural life had improved under the Tories. The key question that follows is does this mean that voting patterns could change in the countryside? Traditionally rural seats have backed the Conservative … Continue reading The Tory Rural Deficit
BY SAM HOOPER A tale of two product launches, set against the most fawningly corporate Pride Month in American history. Imagine that you are Jerry Falwell, Jr. or some other notable socially conservative reactionary type, and you see the above image in which the makers of Oreo cookies announce that they are celebrating Pride Month by producing commemorative packs encouraging customers to “share [their] pronouns … Continue reading The Rotten Age of Kaepernick
Ingredients: 25ml Vodka 25ml Strawberry Puree 15ml bottlegreen Strawberry & Elderflower Cordial 10ml Lime Juice Ginger Ale Instructions: Shake first 4 ingredients with ice, strain into ice-filled 12oz highball glass, top with Ginger Ale. Garnish with strawberry fan. Continue reading The Wimbledon
BY JAMIE FOSTER What to do about the Brexit Party? As Nigel Farage addressed a rally of 5500 of his supporters on Sunday, the question once more raised its head about how the Tories should deal with the challenge of his new and vibrant party. Farage and his party – so they say – will be targeting at the next General Election both Tory and … Continue reading A Brexit Party Compact?
BY PAUL NEWALL I didn’t grasp it fully when I was deeply involved as a Trotskyite, but the Left thrives on tragedy, even to the point of creating or contriving disasters in order to attain power. My first tastes of this were in the early 1980’s, first with the miners’ strike and then with Liverpool city council. The miners were a political problem for both … Continue reading Expensive Italian Shoes