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Some of my previous posts about politics, particularly relating to the EU Referendum and its’ result1 may have been a bit ranty. This isn’t. 1 Actually, I don’t think I managed more than one, in case the rage-stress of the … Continue reading

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Optimates delenda est

The Conservative party has always been the party of the rich; the monied and the titled, the landowners and the business magnate. There are some who fall into those categories who, due to conscience or not being born into their … Continue reading

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Stopping Brexit

“Brexit is the will of the people, democratically expressed in a valid referendum.” No. No, it isn’t. It never was, and it never will be. The only reason people are saying so is because the mainstream media, the majority of … Continue reading

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The Result

So, things did not go As Planned. For anybody, judging by the resignations and frantic back-pedalling. And you know what? Some people are quite upset about that – with good reason. Ian Hislop gets applauded Many people have given their … Continue reading

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Have Sword & Sorcery: Will Travelâ„¢ Free Book Offer

GOOD NEWS – BUY 3 GET 1 FREE! Go to Lulu.com, buy four print copies of my books, and the cheapest will be free. Just use coupon code TRGE15 EBooks also available, but there’s no discount on them (they’re much … Continue reading

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The People-leaving-their-country-of-origin Crisis

Otherwise known as the “refugee crisis”. Definitely not the “migrant crisis”, because the only crisis involving migrants is one waiting to happen. You want to stop all immigration and deport all migrants already here? Fine – just be prepared to … Continue reading

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Trident

This weekend is seeing large protests against the potential renewal of the Trident nuclear weapon missile system. It’s probably not going to be on the news because the vast majority of news media is controlled by right-wing authoritarian xenophobes looking … Continue reading

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Irrelevance

At the time of the general election earlier this year, the membership level of the Labour party (which, despite protestations of the leadership and the media, has been at least centre-Right since 1995) was around 200,000. Four months later, and … Continue reading

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Tribalism, or: Divided We Fall

Britain is effectively a one-party state. That’s a bold opening statement, isn’t it? However, it is accurate, and I’m going to tell you why. We use a voting system known as First Past The Post. Under that system, the one … Continue reading

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Call to Action

I dare say that many people reading this will be in favour of things like social justice, equality, a welfare state that complies with the articles of the UN Declaration of Human Rights, a publicly-funded NHS, environmental protection, ordinary people … Continue reading

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