Call In a Super Cleaner

CSM EDITORIAL There are plenty of positives out there for the Tories which are currently being drowned out by the Dominic Cummings interventions and dying Labour’s daily chant of sleaze. The Prime Minister’s popularity ratings, the vaccine roll-out, EU infighting, trade deals getting signed left right and centre, the hits being taken by the SNP and Sir Keir Starmer’s all-round uselessness as Labour leader – … Continue reading Call In a Super Cleaner

Filthy Rich

BY ANDREW MOODY It will never be conclusively proven that billionaire paedophile Jeffrey Epstein committed suicide. In the recent Netflix show Jeffrey Epstein: Filthy Rich (based on James Patterson’s book), the idea that Epstein was murdered in a prison hit, ordered from high above, is considered. It was in production nine months before his arrest on sex trafficking charges, and the film makers used the … Continue reading Filthy Rich

Don’t Be Like Mel

BY NIGEL BEAN & PAUL READ Let’s be clear. There is nowt wrong with being an anti. It’s a free country. Being anti-hunting is a position that sane and civilised people can reach and hold without resorting to fury or violence. If only there were more discussion between those who participate in hunting in the countryside and those who are antis. Maybe the police should … Continue reading Don’t Be Like Mel

The Sweet Taste of Satire

Satire is a powerful art form, one with the ability to point out questionable human behaviours and the social issues resulting from them so that they become absurd and even hilarious, entertaining a wide audience in the process.  “You can’t make up anything anymore. The world itself is a satire. All you’re doing is recording it.” — Art Buchwald. This beautiful medium of expression has existed … Continue reading The Sweet Taste of Satire

View from Outside Afghanistan

As US and British troops withdraw from Afghanistan, it is well worth reading this analysis dating back to Sep 2009 – offered as advice to British officers in theatre. The author is a former British SAS officer with long experience of terrorist and insurgency operations. It is difficult to find even well-informed people who can explain why NATO is fighting in Afghanistan, and this leaves … Continue reading View from Outside Afghanistan

Animal Rights Offender ‘Depraved’

BY NICK PEARCE As the Edinburgh Evening News reports: ‘Depraved’ Edinburgh animal rights extremist caught with hoard of child rape and murder films. A perverted animal rights activist caught with a horrific collection of movies depicting children being raped and murdered has escaped a jail sentence. Neil Hansen, 54, downloaded a “depraved” collection of films of young children being sexually abused after meeting fellow sickos … Continue reading Animal Rights Offender ‘Depraved’

Unrepresentative

Dear Editor, I read with interest Frank Haviland’s article ‘Last Man Standing’ and agree with almost every word. Haviland is a talented and brave writer. However, I simply cannot agree with his conclusion that, “through their insistence that identity is a social construct, the Left have trained us all not to notice anything; and so we no longer do”. As a mixed-race lady, I am … Continue reading Unrepresentative

Outspoken Hamilton Wrong

BY NICK PEARCE The video below is a must watch. It encapsulates the growing feeling across many parts of the countryside that the ‘progressivism’ pushed by the animal rights lobby has reached a dangerous point. The farming community is now being continually undermined and threatened by woke campaigners who, knowingly or unknowingly, are empowering animal rights extremists who can make their lives hell. The realities … Continue reading Outspoken Hamilton Wrong