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You may copy, quote, cite or publish any material I post on this blog.  The only limitations I put on use are :

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4 Responses to Want to use material from this blog?

  1. Roger Gough says:

    Dear Robert, I read with interest your report on your visit to The Front Line Club in October. With due respect, it seems that you maybe unaware of certain facts which surround your report. I would be willing to correspond with you or meet with you on this important matter. I live in Gloucestershire and can provide bona fides, regards Roger Gough

  2. sandra houghton marshall says:

    Dear Robert
    Thank you so much for this website and for all you are saying and having the backbone to write it.
    I have just discovered this and how welcome in a country with a media and legal system making we English into second class citizens in our own country in favour of coloured immigrants.

    • The most important thing, Sandra, is for people to show courage in the face of political correctness and especially if the police become involved. In such a case the best strategy by far is to make it clear you will plead not guilty. That will almost invariably see the police off because the last thing the powers that be want is for the politically correct state to be challenged in open court.

  3. Bob says:

    The English need to get back to basics, who are the “police”? what are the “police”? If the “police” become involved with matters that are unconstitutional, then the “police” are an enemy of Queen and Country. If the “police” are attacking the realm, then they are insurgents, this is our England, the land of the English, we say what happens in our country. If the “police” violate our common law, then they must face law enforcement by the people.

    “the public are the police, and the police are the public” (Robert Peel)

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