BY DOMINIC WIGHTMAN Twitter is simultaneously a brilliant and awful invention – brilliance and awfulness coming in equal measure. At election time the nasty Marxists seem to lose their heads, randomly firing their Gatling gun off with insults. They become hot-headed because they simply do not understand how most of the nation sees through them and will never vote along their madcap lines – so … Continue reading Cigar Today, Persistence Tomorrow
BY DOMINIC WIGHTMAN “Dad, who did you vote for in the 2019 General Election?” “I voted Labour that year.” “For Mr Corbyn?” “Yes.” “But we learnt at school, Dad, that Jeremy Corbyn was an Anti-Semite and he almost single-handedly ruined the Labour Party.” “Well, there was some talk of that at the time, son. But it was in vogue back then amongst my generation to … Continue reading Toast?
BY PAUL NEWALL Why is it that when faced with certain failure politicians these days scream “Russia”? The Democrats in the US tried and failed to oust Trump with their Russian collusion antics and now losers like Dominic Grieve are forced to pull the Russian collusion card over here. Recent tall tales in obtuse publications about the owner of the Evening Standard, Evgeny Lebedev, being … Continue reading It’s the Russians!
BY JAMIE FOSTER There is a special kind of hypocrisy practised by Marxists which is both commonplace and shocking. Take Corbyn’s son, Sebastian. He has a two bedroom East London apartment that cost him £162,500. It is ex Housing Association stock in a luxury block where other flats are going for £650,000. He rents his flat out on Airbnb. This is despite the Labour leadership … Continue reading Socialist Hypocrisy & Nepotism
CSM EDITORIAL Seumas Milne would have slept badly last night. All that the rabble comprising the Labour front bench needed to do was sit back and watch the Tories squabble as the issue of Brexit turned them into rabid dogs. Either Theresa May would fall after Christmas when her deal finally came to a parliamentary vote. Or May would bring on a no deal which … Continue reading Liar
BY DAVID EYLES Every now and then, Twitter throws up some interesting stuff on my timeline. A few days ago, the image below was tweeted by an enthusiastic member of the Labour Party: Initially, I glanced at it and passed on. However, about a day later, memory of the image came back to me and so I returned to it. The photograph is of the … Continue reading Far Side of the Vistula
BY JAMIE FOSTER Hard left students planning protests should bear in mind the law of unintended consequences. That group of nine students who demonstrated at the Churchill themed Blighty UK cafe in Finsbury Park, North London appear to have brought a great deal of useful publicity to the cafe. It has shot up the Trip Advisor rankings and is now number 17 out of 1,180 … Continue reading Balaclava Marketing
BY DOMINIC WIGHTMAN Back in 2006 when the Islamist cleric Omar Bakri held evening chats with his Britain-based acolytes on Pal Talk from London, the conversations were often impossible not to chuckle at. Hours would be spent discussing “sins” like masturbation and ankle revealing. It was a sin to lie on your back and cross your feet, having photos on the wall of your home … Continue reading Join the Red Dots
BY JAMIE FOSTER Anyone joining Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour Party may be excused for being a little confused about the rules that may lead to them being asked to leave a job or the party itself. Recent events do nothing to clarify the position. Lord Mendelsohn, for example, has just been asked to leave his front bench position as a result of having attended the President’s … Continue reading Labour’s Moral Relativism