Over the last few days, protests have erupted right across the Iranian nation. From economic hardship to religious conflicts, there are a multiplicity of grievances being aired in Universities, on the streets and in the cities, and this morning we awoke to the news that 10 protesters had been killed overnight by government forces. President Rouhani, to give him his due, has publicly acknowledged some legitimate economic grievances and has reaffirmed his citizens’ constitutional right to protest and criticise the government. However, as his government barred access to social media networks such as Telegram and Instagram, Rouhani warned citizens against “revolutionary action” and defacing public property, with special mention reserved for those who may seek to damage mosques or other religious institutions.
Now on first glance, this appears to be a classic CIA “democracy spreading” operation, the like of which we are accustomed to seeing in the middle-east. Given the United States’ (and Israel’s) open hostility to the current Iranian regime, I’d be more surprised if it transpired that the US weren’t covertly supporting the protesters in some way or another. But, even as President Rouhani has admitted, not all of the protesters are those being supported by a foreign power.
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.
John Enoch Powell MBE or, Enoch Powell as he came to be best known, was once a towering figure of British politics. By the end of his political career, he was hated by the left and right in equal measure for his stances on controversial issues such as race, race relations, immigration and Europe. However, this hatred was born mainly in the corridors of Westminster and did not translate into public opinion (well, at least not until the lügenpresse poisoned the minds of a generation). Now, thanks to the Continue reading “Enoch Powell: Why They Hate Him”
Many people on the traditional right of western politics are naturally repelled by the notion of censorship, due to their libertarian views on such matters and more recently, their use of alternative media sources which the current establishment are attempting to censor. However, with the predicament in which we find ourselves in the west and the English speaking world in particular, there is a strong case for Continue reading “The Case For Press Censorship”
This weekend, a spontaneous uprising of oppressed women around the world took place in protest against the election of President Trump. They decided now was the time to throw off their shackles and truly embrace the equal status they so crave, ridding their lives and communities of the evil patriarchy that dared to keep them down. They came out in their millions for a cause in which they truly believe, so their daughters will know a better world. Continue reading “London’s Useful Idiots & The Spread Of Marxism”
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