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Islam is simply incompatible with Western society

Robert Henderson Seventeen people have  been murdered in the two terrorist attacks in Paris (between  7-9th January 2015). Ten were journalists, including some of France’s leading cartoonists,   working for the  French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo. To them can be added … Continue reading

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What is treason today?

A vital part of the liberal internationalist plot to destroy Britain as an independent nation is the destruction of the concept of treason. They do this the attempt through a tidal wave of propaganda about the joys of diversity, the … Continue reading

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Remember, remember the fifth of November – it speaks to us today

Robert Henderson Anyone taking their cue from the mainstream British media would imagine that Guy Fawkes Night is merely an archaic piece of religious bigotry. The papers and airwaves are alive with mediafolk and politicos tut-tutting over  the “anti-Catholic festival”,   … Continue reading

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The Levellers: the first English radicals

Radical has a special meaning in English political history. It describes those whose instincts were democratic although they did not espouse the idea of a full male adult  suffrage let alone a suffrage which included women until very late in … Continue reading

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England and the rejection of violence

Why was England so different from other countries in its political, social and economic  development?  How was it that only in England did parliamentary government evolve and the one and only bootstrapped industrial revolution arise?  Perhaps much of the  answer  lies  in the … Continue reading

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The roots of English democracy

The beginnings of English democratic thought  Contents INTRODUCTION THE FRANCHISE BEFORE THE CIVIL WAR THE DOCUMENTARY EVIDENCE PHILOSOPHICAL AND OTHER CONSIDERATIONS SERVANTS AND ALMSTAKERS CONCLUSION BIBLIOGRAPHY INTRODUCTION The Civil War changed English politics utterly. It brought the end of claims … Continue reading

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English education: the roots of its politicisation

When I left school in the mid-sixties the Empire was effectively finished – the final nail in the coffin of imperial feeling was banged in by our entry into the EU in 1972,  which alienated the  white dominions – and … Continue reading

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