NHS Crisis: Overpopulation On Full Display

Once again, we find ourselves in a bad winter for the National Health Service. The NHS has recently announced that ‘all non-urgent operations are to be cancelled this month’, which, whilst not an unusual move for the service, is far short of ideal. In fact, it suggests that the issues surrounding the NHS that have caused similar announcements in the past are showing no signs of abating, and in fact are only getting worse. The Tories blame mismanagement and economic irresponsibility on the part of the NHS bosses for this crisis, whilst Labour blame (or will do so, predictably) any problem with the health service on a lack of funding. As usual, they are both wrong.

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Theresa May: An ‘Audience-Dependent’ Brexit


Theresa May has long been seen as a ‘career politician’, whom is not necessarily a woman of principle but rather a politician of career advancement with her eyes on the top job. The evidence from her role as Home Secretary paints that picture easily enough, before we analyse anything she’s said or done as Prime Minister, for it was Theresa May that was compared to Nick Griffin in that famous Guardian headline back in 2015 after she

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Somali Immigrants: IQ, Education And Welfare Dependency


This week, Somali immigrant communities across the west have been under the spotlight, since one of them went on a spree of violence at a university in Ohio, injuring multiple people in a car and knife attack. Many people are keen to put this episode and those of a similar nature down to the Islamic faith of the attacker, but nobody seems to want to entertain the fact that his Somali origin is of more importance than his religious beliefs. Yes, it might be a man’s religious beliefs that are

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UK: Immigrant Inbreeding, 1st Cousin Marriages


We have a problem here in the United Kingdom that very few are willing to address, the issue of inbreeding in our immigrant communities. It is one of many issues that have arisen out of mass-immigration, but this issue in particular is perhaps the most costly, not just economically but socially also. We have imported into our once-great country people who not only think its acceptable to marry and procreate with first cousins, but whom also see it as a right or a custom even, due to their misguided religious and cultural beliefs. It is further evidence of Continue reading “UK: Immigrant Inbreeding, 1st Cousin Marriages”