Monthly Archives: July 2005

Psychopaths and Terrorists

Human nature, being what it is, we all experience daily, the inconsiderateness of our fellow human beings. Much of it is thoughtlessness. A little is more anti-social. Still, it is quite a step from that to behaviour such as a person stealing from a pocket in the locker room, or shoplifting at the local store. Only a nasty minority go as […]

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Home truths

It is a truism that “there is nothing new under the sun”. “Biting the hand that feeds you” is another perenially true saying. The current terrorist attacks bear out both.      The current Islamic terrorists surely got their inspiration from the IRA campaign of the 1970’s and 1980’s in Ulster and mainland Britain. There is a lot of talk these days […]

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Running Risks

The shooting of the Brazilian in London is already giving the Media Class an opportunity to take the spotlight off Muslim fanaticism and turn it on to the police (and by implication onto the host Nation). There are endless opinions from “minority” spokesmen expressing their concern about profiling and victimisation. Liberty, the British equivalent of the ACLU (American Civil Liberties Union […]

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Media Rules

A ruling class in any society is never large enough to rule without alliances. The Feudal/Landowners Class in Middle Ages England needed the Church and the village squirearchy, and the Industrialist Class which supplanted them needed the Anglican and non-conformist churches and other groups to be on board in order to build political parties which could dominate Parliament.      The Media […]

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Who makes the news?

The news that former Tory leader and PM, Edward Heath died on Sunday will surprise many, simply because he had, in recent times faded from our consciousness. In response to his death, the BNP website has a poem written by Hilaire Belloc and nothing written could be more fitting. One might think that Belloc had Heath in mind when he penned […]

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Mr Right comments

Mr. Right: It is certain that the Government of the UK will undertake legislation and action to counter the threat from Islamic terrorism. Nothing wrong with that, and it would be a dereliction of duty (and pass the initiative to others) if it failed to do so. However, the Media Class which now dominates Western society, will use this current situation […]

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