Import The Third World. Get The Third World.

The benefits of a multiracial society are many and varied.

Multicultural society, not so much.

And that’s because when people come to your country in pursuit of a dream, they integrate. Because they want to. Immigrants used to go to America to pursue the American Dream – to become American, and drive a big car and own their own home and eat apple pie and play baseball and send their kids to college to be an astronaut.…

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Brent North Recall: If Elected, Barry Gardiner To Claim His Constituents Didn’t Know What Sort Of Barry They Were Getting

Good old Barry Gardiner has taken it in the knackers from a furious Welshman on LBC today, on the subject of a second referendum, and he mewled the tired old “No-one knew what they were voting for” line.

Apparently back in June 2016 there was insufficient information on the ballot paper for Barry – he feels that voters simply could not have made an informed judgement from the meagre amount of information therein about what Leave and Remain stood for.…

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Corruption In The Coercive And Voluntary Sectors: Rotten Apples? Or The Tips of Icebergs?

The mainstream media now describes a country that does not exist.

Just as their polls were wrong and they failed to understand why, so they now talk only to others like themselves and believe the whole country feels that way. If mainstream media journalists or politicians ever encounter a normal person who hates their guts, they tell themselves they are a Rotten Apple.

And when they encounter a corrupt civil servant, politician or journalist, they pretend the same.…

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Beer Then Wine, We’ll Be Fine

“I have taken more out of alcohol that alcohol has taken out of me“, declared Winston Churchill.

The national saviour and veteran tosspot was right not just for himself, but for his nation.

Because it turns out that here in the UK, drinkers pay for quite a bit of what we need doing.

But how much?

When we on the Right lazily claim that welfare recipients spend their dole money on “beer and fags”, the Left insists that this is a myth – that dole money is barely enough to live on, and there is precious little left over for recreationals.…

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Mr. Whippy PhD

Back when I was a wee nipper, an ice-cream van came to my school.

Schoolchildren routinely fed lumpy mash, overcooked veg, gristly meat and then lumpy custard, were understandably wound into a state of almost supernatural excitement by the chimes that signalled something far better was available.

A wave of seething and bescabbed humanity poured out of the dining hall onto the playground, and formed the most disorderly queue that still meets the definition.

Within that queue, playground rivalries emerged or deepened – alliances formed and dissolved, all at a bewildering speed.…

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Doctor Keynes And Doctor Hayek

I’ve written before about how our economies have become gangrenous, and how the central banking reaction has worsened the situation.

And I’ve also written about how the Left sees the Right as Demons, whereas the Right sees the Left as merely Morons.

We must tie those together, because to get macro you need micro – you can’t get the former without having a lot of the latter.

And for that, we need to look at how we actually treat gangrene in our hospitals, believe it or not.…

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The BBC Looks Back At Battle of Britain

As the negotiations with the EU have proceeded, it’s been very revealing how the progressive media have chosen to frame the story. Where once Jean-Claude Juncker was widely mocked as a drunken imbecile, he became a sagacious and disinterested genius. And our own politicians were widely mocked and derided as fools and supplicants. It made me wonder how the BBC (for example) might have covered the Battle of Britain in the summer of 1940…

Churchill Accused Of Manipulating Casualty Statistics

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The EU Are Much Too Modest About Their Products

Clear product labelling is so important – consumers need information in order to be able to make rational decisions about the products they buy and consume.

The origins of products is particularly important, and as a proud European I feel that the Soviet European Union has for too long been overlooked in the vital role it plays in bringing to our supermarket shelves some of the best products in the world. Commonly, wine labels will say “Produce of France” or Produce of Spain” with no mention of the Soviet European Union at all – this is scandalously nationalist.…

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You Cut, We Choose

Whenever cake was on the table and me and my sister were in the queue for some, to forestall the inevitable arguments about whose slice was bigger, my mum imposed the old “You cut, she chooses” rule.

Never has my eye been keener or my hand steadier – I doubt experienced brain surgeons could have surpassed me in those moments.

And I can think of three occasions when those demanding some change to the status quo should be asked to endure this test.…

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The UK Is Doing Porridge, And The EU is Harry Grout

Inside the EU prison, we are at the mercy of Harry Grout and his henchmen.

And as Boris Johnson becomes the personification of Norman Stanley Fletcher, we must be under no illusion about why the EU has behaved as it has.

It has reach.

Even we were to leave, they will be able to get at us out in the real world, using their malign influence in the pristine halls and residences of global leadership they are able to bribe and blackmail their patsies and proxies into making life very difficult for anyone that has displeased them.…

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