Author: James Higham

Yahoo and Verizon

Back into it again: It’s been my view for a long time that detailed blogging can’t be done without support and this is a perfect illustration of that. I’d covered it from something haiku had sent: Verizon and Yahoo are set…

Tory betrayal

It’s like a nightmare before our eyes, a stitch-up in slow motion, a train wreck about to happen. Not having a TV, I can’t gauge the outrage up and down the country … or lack of it but I can…

Is there life in Anfield?

If they’re ever going to leave a time capsule of old Britain, this song [1982, reissued 1984] should be in there [the clean version] as ‘culturally significant’ and not just for the lyrics. Didn’t say ‘culturally enriching’ or ‘culturally improving’ – it certainly captured…

The new Ottoman invasion

“1878 the Russians came to their aid when the Ottomans were massacring them in their thousands. 1912 the Balkan nations formed a league against the Ottomans and despite being outnumbered defeated the Ottomans.” The Battle of Varna: In 1444 in…

The Toyota conundrum

You know all those Toyota pick-ups rolled out by ISIS? Where did they come from, who paid for them? The US Treasury has recently opened an inquiry about the so-called “Islamic State’s” (ISIS/ISIL) use of large numbers of brand-new Toyota…

Nice – implications

“It would appear that the globalists are throwing white people into a cage with Muslim barbarians.” So wrote one commenter at Breitbart and such a statement would have been laughed out of the room, had it been made even five…

Part one: sovereignty

This is a mini-series of three. Part two went up yesterday, Parts one and three, which are repostings, will go up today. Part one: Sovereignty within the UK Part two: The false ideas issued to press and public Part three:…