Monthly Archives: October 2011

That NuLabour “mistake” over mass immigration wasn’t a mistake non-shock

Since they lost the 2010 election, the Labour Party have been religiously spinning the line that the massive immigration they presided over during their 13 years in office was a mistake. A favourite ploy is to try to concentrate all … Continue reading

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It isn’t a crisis of capitalism but a crisis of globalism

Robert Henderson Contents 1. Turning a blind eye 2. What is capitalism? 3. Globalisation and the developed world 4. The suppression of dissent 5. The developing world 6. The loss of  national control 7. The undeveloping world 8. Supra-national  politics … Continue reading

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Politically incorrect film reviews – Tinker, Tailor, Soldier ….Spy

Directed by Tomas Alfredson Running time 127 minutes Cast Gary Oldman as George Smiley Colin Firth as Bill Haydon Tom Hardy as Ricki Tarr Mark Strong as Jim Prideaux Ciarán Hinds as Roy Bland Benedict Cumberbatch as Peter Guillam David Dencik as … Continue reading

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