Author Archives: Jack Sen

If Elected Party Leader, Zionist Anne Marie Waters Will Sound UKIP’s Death Knell, Part 2

Over the past few years Ann-Marie Waters, an Irish LGBT activist, backed by Ezra Levant’s Rebel Media, Tommy Robinson and a cabal of Jewish nationalists with irrefutable ties to American Neoconservative organisations, has advanced upon the British political scene. Waters, an ardent Marxist, first entered the fold as the spokesperson for the British-based left wing […]

If Elected Party Leader, Zionist Anne Marie Waters Will Sound UKIP’s Death Knell, Part 1

Within the next few months, United Kingdom Independence Party (UKIP) members will be asked to elect a leader to replace Paul Nuttall, the Catholic conservative, mildly pro-Zionist Member of European Parliament for North West England, who resigned after leading the party off a cliff at the last General Election. It’s fair to say that Nuttall […]

British Hate Speech hypocrisy, UKIP, and the case of Shneur Odze

The hypocrisy surrounding Britain’s seemingly arbitrarily applied liberty-killing hate speech legislation, has come to a head. No, the triggering event was not Tommy Robinson getting away with setting fire to a Quran while surrounded by a group of football hooligans, British skinheads and travelling Ku Klux Klansmen waving confederate flags. Nor did a Syrian state […]

Pegida-UK — Smoke, Mirrors and Zionism: The Zionist Takeover of PEGIDA-UK

I was expelled from UKIP, the United Kingdom Independence Party, during my candidacy as a prospective Member of Parliament for West Lancashire for my audacity to question the loyalty to Britain of a local Jewish Labour MP. My forthright decision to call Luciana Berger out for blatant treachery resulted in my being removed from the […]

“Unrepentant Marxist” Eric Hobsbawm Still Celebrated as Britain’s Greatest Historian

Marxist historian Eric Hobsbawm lamented, “To this day, I notice myself treating the memory and tradition of the USSR with indulgence and tenderness.” I met up with a conservative former professor of mine, for a few rounds of drinks and some lively political conversation this past Thursday, as we do from time to time when […]

Idi Amin and His Israeli Enablers

Although Idi Amin’s penchant for Scotland has been glamourized in Hollywood film (1), the incontrovertible role Israel played in the demagogue’s ascent to power has all but been omitted from the annals of history. Like Nelson Mandela, and other African leaders at the forefront of the continent’s de-colonization and liberation movements, Amin received much of his […]

Liberal Cognitive Dissonance on South Africa

A peculiar thing happened while my liberal sister and I were driving near a Black area of Johannesburg on our way back to Pretoria from RO Tambo International airport — Anne expressed a palpable fear of being in proximity to the very people she’d championed less than two decades earlier. My sister had not been back to […]