Love Meat

BY JAMES BEMBRIDGE ‘The world is waking up to an environmental crisis’, a disembodied voice warns with the kind of damming cynicism that only a guttural Scottish accent can truly deliver. The viewer is then assaulted with flashes of bush-fires spliced with frenzied jerky-cam closeups of caged swines. In case this bombardment of the senses has left us in any doubt as to the utter … Continue reading Love Meat

The Yasmine Mohammed Interview

This week CSM’s James Bembridge interviewed Canadian human rights activist, Yasmine Mohammed, who advocates for the rights of women living within Islamic majority countries, as well as those who struggle under religious fundamentalism. She is also the founder of Free Hearts Free Minds, an organisation that provides psychological support for ex-Muslims living within Muslim majority countries- where the state sanctioned punishment for leaving Islam is … Continue reading The Yasmine Mohammed Interview

The India Willoughby Interview

India Willoughby is an English newsreader, broadcaster, journalist and reality television personality. She is known for being Britain’s first transgender national television newsreader – reading the news on Channel 5. She now regularly appears on ITV’s Loose Women and on Good Morning Britain, giving SJWs hell, with Piers Morgan as backup. Country Squire’s James Bembridge went to meet her: James:  Pre-2010 the only word I … Continue reading The India Willoughby Interview

American Hospital Any Day

BY JAMES BEMBRIDGE “Lessons will be learnt” – Jeremy Hunt, Health Secretary, 2017 “We will obviously have to learn lessons”– Lesley Griffiths, Welsh Health Minister, 2013. “Lessons will be learnt to ensure it never happens again” – Nadine Dorries, Under-Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, 2019. I’d like to preface this glorified rant by testifying that it is not my wish to see … Continue reading American Hospital Any Day

An Interview with Peter Tatchell

Peter Tatchell is a British human rights campaigner, best known for his work with LGBT social movements. How Britain perceives Tatchell has changed drastically throughout the years and it is perhaps fitting that the trajectory of our opinion has been inverse to the public’s view of his nemesis – hero turned villain, the recently departed Robert Mugabe – who Tatchell famously tried to citizen’s arrest.  Once … Continue reading An Interview with Peter Tatchell

The Katherine Birbalsingh Interview

BY JAMES BEMBRIDGE Any school which The Guardian describes as “controversial” is probably worth looking into, even more so when you discover that the school’s GCSE results are four times higher than the national average.  The fact that this school espouses traditional small-c conservative values, such as personal responsibility, often sends lefties into a whirlwind of furious twitter diatribes, leaving them walleyed and writhing in … Continue reading The Katherine Birbalsingh Interview

Persecuting the Persecuted

BY JAMES BEMBRIDGE I use 2010 as a marker for when many noble pursuits fell into disrepute: music; games; comics; fat shaming; but it’s also when I think the slow creep of “wokeness” began. Now here we are, listening to increasingly emboldened fat women vent their outrage porn unto Twitter — but how did we get here? 2010 introduced the Equality Act, which ironically sought … Continue reading Persecuting the Persecuted