Brexit is the Beginning, But a Second Revolution is Required

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On the 23rd June last year, a date that has become enshrined in the history of the British nation, the people of this country voted to leave the European Union in what has proved to be a momentous decision. The media, the politicians and the bankers all denied it was possible, ridiculing those who dared to dream, but dare we did and those dreams came true.

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Economic Socialism & Social Attitudes

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In politics, there are some ‘truths’ that are universally accepted to be self evident. The typically closed minded nature of human beings is never better reflected than in the manifestation of these truths, yet through this we Continue reading “Economic Socialism & Social Attitudes”

Why ‘Brexit Day’ Is Not A Cause For Celebration

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Today, the British Prime Minister Theresa May officially gave notice to the European Union of Britain’s intent to leave, a widely expected but symbolic gesture to reaffirm the so-called will of the British people that was voiced in the referendum of 23rd June 2016. This moment has been hailed by fanatical Brexiteers as the beginning of independence, the start of a golden age in British history even, whilst those who so desperately desired a Continue reading “Why ‘Brexit Day’ Is Not A Cause For Celebration”

Spring Equinox, Ostara (Ēostre) & Easter’s Pagan Origins

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In the Northern Hemisphere, the Spring Equinox is most widely known as the first day of Spring, when the nights really begin to lighten and the cold grip of winter finally relinquishes control of the atmosphere. Springtime itself is marked somewhat unwittingly by the planting of daffodils and the growing interest in the Easter season, with chocolate eggs beginning to fill our shelves and sculpted chocolate bunnies becoming everybody’s favourite snack. It’s perhaps the Continue reading “Spring Equinox, Ostara (Ēostre) & Easter’s Pagan Origins”

South Africa: Escalating Genocidal Rhetoric

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Since the Marxist African National Congress came to power in South Africa in 1994, the future for white South Africans has been in a limbo of sorts. Initially, the ANC preached a message of tolerance and diversity, declaring South Africa “the rainbow nation” in which South Africans of all colours and creeds would feel welcome. As was expected, this utopian Continue reading “South Africa: Escalating Genocidal Rhetoric”

Ethnicity, Nationhood and Terminology

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It is true, as the left repeatedly charge, that we are living in a “post-truth” world where what was once thought to be certified fact is now no more than an object of interpretation. Ideas once (correctly) believed to be concrete are now considered obsolete and the victor of an argument is no longer he who relies upon facts, but he who argues – and often deceives – the best. Continue reading “Ethnicity, Nationhood and Terminology”