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In which Celia Green and I comment on the left’s fruitcakery

January 26, 2015 5 Comments
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In which Celia Green and I comment on the left’s fruitcakery

Natalie Bennett, Arch-Green The main reason I won’t engage with these people has much to do with my profession, part of which was to run through things such as the logical syllogism with students: All men are mortal Socrates is a man Therefore, Socrates is mortal Though students are young, most in my groups had the mental capacity to follow all this and to argue their own cases – that…

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The Backlash, the Luegenpresse and the New Reformation

January 25, 2015 7 Comments
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The Backlash, the Luegenpresse and the New Reformation

The combined liberal/progressive/left hegemony, a mix of left-thinking powers behind government – Masons, Demos, Tavistock, shills in government, manifesting itself in things like Dolphin Square, plus the manipulated do-gooders seeing themselves as “loving left” and compassionate – the whole vast hegemony in every field from education to the courts to the media – BBC, Guardian, Independent, Mirror and now even the Daily Mail and Telegraph, formerly supposedly “rightwing” – as…

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Are you one of the 66%?

January 24, 2015 6 Comments
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Are you one of the 66%?

Dimon’s chutzpah, that Jeff Greene, the smugness, the sheer gall is breathtaking in its arrogance. And one of the most frightening aspects is that the ordinary person is played like a violin. The ordinary person, if we can believe “polls”, whoever rigs them, still has the Big Two parties on 66% or thereabouts. That takes a particularly idiocy to perpetuate. Labour last represented the workers, if at all, at the…

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Romney – the ultimate hypocrisy

January 23, 2015 3 Comments
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There’s an interesting piece at American Thinker about how Romney is using the language of the left in his bid for the Presidency: Speaking to a full house of RNC members in San Diego, Romney committed the conservative crime of using the language of the left to appeal to potential voters. While emphasizing that conservative principles will be critical in the post-Obama era, Romney articulated three maxim’s that Republicans must…

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When is “opinion” vilification?

January 20, 2015 2 Comments
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When is “opinion” vilification?

vast majority of what pundits write online generally signifies not all that much in the scheme of things and thus there is a certain room to move. Occasionally though there is claimed vilification. Immediately, the questions in law are: 1.  Was there substantiation for the vilification – evidence, stats? 2.  Was the readership of the publication large enough that it might constitute a libel? Another consideration is: 3.  Is there…

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When a supposedly apolitical pundit allegedly condones religious hatred

January 19, 2015 7 Comments
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When a supposedly apolitical pundit allegedly condones religious hatred

The story so far This post is not disappearing and has not been taken down, as the main premise still remains. However, in the light of further information from Iceland Review itself, there are elements which do alter it, particularly now the editorial policy on comments and how they work has been explained. Below therefore is the rewritten post in the light of these developments. Iceland Review IR is a…

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Freedoms versus rights

January 16, 2015 13 Comments
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Mark in Mayenne, an Englishman living in France and running a gîte there, as well as running a fine blog, wrote me this below and it’s pure OoL subject matter: I have been reflecting on freedoms, especially that of speech recently. I have come against a bit of a brick wall, and I’d appreciate your thoughts: I’m a libertarian, in that I favour freedom and responsibility over constraints. But my…

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Are supermarkets in trouble?

January 13, 2015 5 Comments
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Are supermarkets in trouble?

UK situation Tesco has reported a 6.9pc decline in annual profits as Britain’s biggest retailer struggles to reverse a fall in sales. The supermarket group said that underlying pre-tax profits dropped to £3.1bn in the year to the end of March with sales under pressure in the UK, eastern Europe and Asia. “The once dominant forces of Tesco, Morrisons, Asda and Sainsbury’s are all seeing their market share fall in the…

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The wrong kind of free speech

January 13, 2015 3 Comments
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This is classic. Quite OK for the pollies to go over and link arms, using the French rally for their own purposes but then they turn around and say anyone else running a rally is using the French rally for their own purposes: Chancellor Angela Merkel’s coalition partner, the Christian Social Union (CSU), also demanded that the group stop its activities. “I want to request those responsible…that they cancel their…

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Transformation? Stick it where the sun doesn’t shine!

January 12, 2015 2 Comments
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Transformation?  Stick it where the sun doesn’t shine!

In a recent post, the principle proposed was that the true or real enemy of the people, at any time, can be identified as the predators and parasites.   More fully, it means any who cast an eye at what we legitimately have … and want it. Not only want it but create ideologies and schemes in order to take it from us. Because they think they have a right…

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Sickening

January 11, 2015 5 Comments
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As things have moved on, the rally’s been held and the press have reported on it, the earlier text of this post is now replaced with the update. Frankly, it was nauseating. Not the rally itself, which was awesome – over 3 million throughout France and what were they marching against? They were marching against Muslim intimidation of their people. And who has allowed that to happen? The politicians of…

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Excusing evil

January 10, 2015 2 Comments
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Quite some time ago, I was unfortunate enough to come into contact with the American left-liberal press – it was a clip of Rachel Maddow on some network over there and apparently she’s a sort of celebrity, touted as an intellectual, meaning academia gave her a piece of paper, she cut her hair short in approved feminist fashion and there she was – the bona fide icon of the left…

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Start the deportations now

January 10, 2015 7 Comments
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Look, can we stop all the angst-ridden handwringing and soul searching?  It’s a very simple matter and can start within weeks. If Wiggia is able to discover this, it’s a fair bet the security services know all about it as well and would have passed on advice on it: In August 2012, journalist Walid Shoebat presented some vitally important revelations about IMMA’s earliest roots and its animating objectives. In the…

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Reasons to deport, parts two and three

January 8, 2015 1 Comment
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It might have been the intention to make last night’s or this morning’s post the last one on the subject but things come up, there are things to add. Commenter Behind the Veil wrote, about Charlie Hebdo: On point one – I did wonder how three masked men displaying evidence of military training who carried out their act managed to become named so quickly. Then I found out one of…

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Charlie Hebdo

January 7, 2015 12 Comments
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Charlie Hebdo

Just an opinion but it seems too professional for mine.  Given that Them are hellbent on stirring up conflagration in so many theatres and now being called out for it, e.g. the Ukraine at this time and attempting to have the west turn on Muslims in other nations, this just seems another in a long line, including Lee Rigby. No doubt it was Muslims who did that one but there’s too…

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