#ADayWithoutAWoman and #ADayWithoutACarnationWrappedinCellophane

Once upon a time, not so long ago, women used to cherish the idea of bringing up children, raising a family, and providing a safe and loving environment for their loved ones. Then the Cultural Marxists, who hated the idea of women bringing up children, raising a family, and providing a safe and loving environment for their loved ones, embarked upon a campaign to turn those women into men-hating tax slaves who would dump their children in day orphanages and […]

Rebuilding Communities From the Ashes – Part 1

There have been a growing number of books on the market in recent years which touch on the themes of community and place. Some of these books have sold extraordinarily well. Just to give a couple of examples, J D Vance’s Hillbilly Elegy and James Rebanks’s The Shepherd’s Life have both sold in their millions and reached the top of bestseller lists. Both books are said to be unlikely hits. But is it so extraordinary that these sorts of books […]

Guest Post: The Future Decline of Christianity and the Consequences — by John V

Instead of looking at religion from the perspective of belief and the never-ending-debate vs science, let’s consider a different approach and substitute the question of belief for the reality of societies without Christianity. From moral absolutes and the laws which follow, enshrined within western civilisation, the phrase, “Render unto Caesar the things which are Caesar’s, and unto God the things that are God’s” produces the visible divide currently narrowing throughout the west. When a society abandons Christianity, it leaves a […]

British Government’s Sex Education Commissar is Heir to Obscure Hungarian Bolshevik

What parent would want an adult they hardly knew speaking to their children about sex, telling them where they can get contraceptives from, and showing them explicit literature and films about what sexual positions are possible? You’d think that the answer to that would be obvious, and in all other circumstances this is no doubt the case. Yet if the one doing the speaking and the showing is called a “teacher” and works in what is known as a “school”, […]

Pushing Mr Obama and the Globalist Project to the Back of the Queue

To those conservatives who have been operating under the assumption that Britain has a special relationship with a special friend called America, I do hope that Mr Obama has managed to rid you of that notion. I hope that if nothing else, Mr Obama’s typically crass intervention in the affairs of another country will have made you see the glaring truth. Although Mr Obama has made this clear in previous statements, his “back of the queue” line last Friday was […]

Boris Nemtsov and Western Myopia

The murder of the Russian opposition politician Boris Nemtsov still hasn’t been solved. At least not by those who have been charged with solving it, that is the Moscow authorities. Of course we in the West do not suffer from the same problems that the investigators might have: uncovering the murder weapon, establishing possible motives, finding out why the 23-year-old Ukrainian “model and actress” that was walking with Mr Nemtsov was left alive. We already know who did it. Russian opposition politician + murder outside the Kremlin = Vlad […]

Is Happiness Possible at Coventry Railway Station?

I happened to be passing through Coventry railway station yesterday on my journey back home from a meeting. I had never been to this particular station before, and so was a little unprepared for what awaited me as I stepped off the train. Surveying my surroundings I found I was standing in the midst of a 1960s experiment in dull, grey concrete hideousness. Although I didn’t immediately make the connection, as I wandered around the place it began to dawn on […]