“What was not so long ago unthinkable has come to pass.” Thus the Jewish Chronicle‘s verdict on the election of hard-left pro-Palestinian Jeremy Corbyn as leader of Britain’s Labour Party. It was a typically astonished reaction to the news that, for the first time in decades, there would be a British party leader who was […]
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The status war has finally broken out in earnest over the Syrian refugees. The first shot was fired by the glamorous blonde Icelandic blogger who offered to adopt a Syrian child and encouraged her countrymen to let out their spare rooms to the refugees. Around 10,000 Icelanders have responded positively to her Facebook campaign and […]
With a dazzling smile and expensively-styled long hair, glamorous Dr Ola Orekunrin is a walking advertisement for the new multi-ethnic Britain. Not only was she — at 21 — the youngest person ever to qualify as a doctor but she has since held down important posts at a string of prestigious hospitals. A shining example, then, […]
It would be fair to say the massacre of around 100 Palestinian villagers by Jewish Stern Gang and Irgun terrorists in the village of Deir Yassin nearly 70 years ago is not well remembered today. Like many of the horrific events surrounding the creation of the state of Israel, the massacre on April 9, 1948 […]
What do you do when a story gets so big that you can ignore it no longer — you police the language around it by deploying those tried and trusty weapons; shame and demonization. Prime Minister David Cameron learned this lesson the hard way on the unlikely location of the roof of the Stock Exchange […]
Normally, a gathering of British nationalists in central London, proudly bearing English banners and Union Flags, would be met with a horde of screaming demonstrators bussed in from far and wide. But no disturbance took place last weekend when such a group of patriots assembled near Trafalgar Square and the reason is not hard to […]
Original article: David Cameron takes on “non-violent extremists” Article d’origine publié le 26 juillet 2015 Poursuivant sa longue carrière très productive, l’historien David Irving vient d’ajouter une nouvelle plume à son chapeau: le gouvernement britannique l’a en effet choisi comme emblème de sa nouvelle campagne contre l’extrémisme, une distinction qu’il partage avec le bourreau d’internet […]