Tag Archives: Freedom of Speech

The BBC – actively stifling dissent

Apparently, this story is sourced from the Daily Telegraph but I’m unable to find it online. The Daily Mail’s version doesn’t make too much sense but it does appear to suggest that the long-awaited review of the BBC’s science output … Continue reading

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Everywhere in Chains

It’s Sod’s Law, I suppose, that has given us the greyest, wettest day of the summer for the Stony Stratford uprising: the greatest of respect to all those involved for defending our real interests. Courtesy of Man Widdicombe, Dick Puddlecote … Continue reading

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There is a god..

.. and he’s Dutch. In a rare victory for the freedom of speech, Geert Wilders has been acquitted by the Amsterdam regional court on  five charges of hate speech and discrimination relating to his stand against the Islamification of the … Continue reading

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Decline and Fall: No 5 in an occasional series

We’re back in the UK after three passport checks within our exit and entry points – two areas described as ‘secure’. I have been at a loss to understand how it is that so many people manage to enter the … Continue reading

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The suicide of democracy*

There has been a disturbing trend of unaccountability emerging in the western, so-called democracies. Politicians have not been highly regarded for their trustworthiness (the UK’s use of the word ‘honourable’ when talking about MPs is surely ironic) but their tendency … Continue reading

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Thou shalt not be a bystander*

Apropos my previous post, it might not be particularly well-known that, every year, hundreds of British children are forcibly removed from their families and put up for adoption. The reason that it is not well known is because the court … Continue reading

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Decline and Fall: No 3 in an occasional series

I make no apologies for linking to yet another article at Anna Raccoon: the site has an excellent record in detailing the rapid decline of our once-enviable justice system. We can get some idea of how we have fallen when … Continue reading

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