Julian Assange has escaped justice – but whose fault?

Well now, the bulk of the UK’s population probably don’t even recognise the name of Julian Assange, or even if they do, they nevertheless still wouldn’t know what he might or might not have done wrong, would they? To start with, it is important to be acquainted with the reason this man has come into […]

The ‘Civil Liberties’ of Terrorists – much more important than the ‘Lives’ of innocent British men, women, and children victims?

A further terrorist plot succeeded in London last Saturday night – no surprise there then as we all knew that the authorities aren’t actually in control of that aspect of our lives anymore, didn’t we? How did we know, then? Because they have told us so, and told us so, time and time again, haven’t […]

The aftermath of Manchester’s grief – needed words of wisdom and comfort?

   Twenty-one years ago, in Manchester, England, on Saturday 15 June 1996 in the very late morning, a bombing attack was carried out by the Provisional Irish Republican Army. They detonated a 1,500-kilogram truck bomb on Corporation Street in the centre of Manchester [the biggest ever bomb the IRA ever exploded on the British mainland, […]

A Terrorist attack in London – the naivety of the response?

Just two weeks ago, about this time on Wednesday afternoon, a lone-wolf deranged Muslim terrorist, no doubt inspired by others and terrorist propaganda, carried out an 82 second attack at the heart of British democracy in Westminster London. The atrocity started with him deliberately mowing down crowds of many dozens of pedestrians on the pavement […]

The UK’s TRIDENT weapon system – unacceptably UNRELIABLE?

At the back end of 2015, a post was published here [TRIDENT REPLACEMENT – it’s got to be a joke, but it isn’t funny?], that posed 16 pertinent questions that MPs needed to ask themselves before they debated about replacing the ‘current’ TRIDENT system and voted on it. Now, there apparently was one glaring omission […]

BURKAS & BURKINIS – what’s going on here?

     So far the bulk of the British public have not fiercely turned against Islam despite having been shocked to the core by the savagery of Islamists and their crimes against humanity, the 2005 London bombings [52 people killed, over 700 injured], and indeed the disgusting murder of Lee Rigby two years ago, as […]

US President Barack Obama visits Britain to take his leave – goodbye and good riddance?

. verses United States President Barack Obama, as a leg of a European jaunt, arrived in the UK for a short visit last night, all as part of his swansong international trips that has included Argentina last month, earlier this week Saudi Arabia, then onto Germany, followed by Vietnam, Japan, Canada, Poland, China, Laos, and Peru. […]

What now follows the longest Shadow Cabinet reshuffle in British history – the ‘last rights’ for the Labour Party?

   Keir Hardie Labour Founder The Red Flag (original symbol of the Labour Party) Oh yes, the last rites prayers are made on behalf of those facing death as being terminally sick. Is that where the English Labour Party has ended up in 2016, do you think? A mere matter of four months ago, as a […]

The Islamic Faith is under serious threat – what now then?

Previously blogs here in over a year have been published pointing out that Muslims needed to take care and that the time for their ‘repression’ was fast approaching if they did not take charge and put their house in order to get rid of their extremist followers. Little positive has happened and instead now one […]

Result of ‘Oldham West and Royton’ 2015 by election – is it a bit of a surprise then?

         Friday, 4 December 2015  2am Well, well, well, today Labour has faced their first by-election challenge of this parliament in an ultra safe seat of theirs in Greater Manchester, but nevertheless a serious test. However, this was the first chance for the general electorate to have their say about current politics, wasn’t it? Labour […]