Patriotism in modern Britain

Whether mainstream British media and politicians show a patriotic confidence in their country has recently made the headlines. At one time such a thought would barely have drawn a whisper or a raised eyebrow. Patriotism was a prerequisite for a position of responsibility and influence. Consider how today’s Remoaners would have been treated in wartime Britain. They would have been …

On the preservation of civilisation

At a time when western civilisation is in crisis, it is important to remember where it came from. Ancient Greece laid the foundations of western civilisation, and westerners are heirs to its legacy. The birthplace of democracy, philosophy, and so much of our political thought. How were the Greeks able to do all that? The answer is because they survived …

Why the right fails in Britain

The last year, many in Britain looked with pleasure across the pond as we saw Donald J. Trump go from political underdog, the man no one said would be president, to just that: most powerful politician in the world. We look to our UK politics with disappointment. Our Conservative party, infested with far too many liberal globalists, sits to the …

Gab.ai, the free speech alternative to Twitter

Founded in 2016, Gab.ai aims to be a free speech alternative to the major social networks such as Twitter, Facebook and YouTube. It is a libertarian social network founded in the classical liberal tradition of John Stuart Mill and John Milton, as well as the US First Amendment. Gab supports artistic expression and actively challenges the censorship that takes place …

What impact will the results of the snap general election have on Brexit?

When the early general election was first announced on 18th April, I feared it was part of a plot by the political establishment to weaken Brexit. It sometimes felt like Theresa May didn’t want to win the election, having put forward numerous unpopular policies in her manifesto – for example, I know a lot of people had strong opinions on …

General Election 2017: The Real Winners & Losers

As Britain witnessed a highly unprecedented outcome on June 8, who really benefits from Theresa May’s snap General Election and why? Is this really a time for celebration, or rather, concern? Theresa May’s gamble in calling a snap general election awkwardly backfired, after the Conservatives found themselves falling short of a majority by 8 votes. The notion that Britain is …

Manchester marches against terror and Sharia law

Manchester has laid claim to being the birthplace of many social and political movements which have changed the world as we know it – movements such as Marxism, Vegetarianism and Women’s Suffrage. The City is a hotbed of ideas and discussion and on Sunday we witnessed something quite remarkable. Tommy Robinson came to town and instead of the door being …

BBC apologised for calling UKAgainstHate march “far right”?

Claims are being made on Twitter that the BBC North West has issued an apology for their attempt to mar the reputation of UKAgainstHate march. If they haven’t they should. The BBC reporting was so inaccurate that they even named the wrong organisation, stating that EDL, not UKAgainstHate, had arranged the event. One of the speakers, Tommy Robinson left the …

There is a war on for your mind

Like many of you I watch and read the information and videos on InfoWars. I sit nodding and agreeing as Paul Joseph Watson goes off on a diatribe aimed purely at undermining not only the liberal message but more importantly their liberal agenda. Exposing the hypocrisy of it all. “There is a War on for your Mind” is a brilliant …