We may have just had the coldest night of the year but the good news is that the snowflake culture of the UK is beginning to thaw and leading the defrosting is Ricky Gervais, Phillip Schofield, Piers Morgan and the brilliant Laurence Fox on Question Time.
The headline attached to the link to an RT America interview I gave this week is certainly provocative: “Let royals die & let Scotland leave!”
The landmark international nuclear accord with Iran is all but dead. President Trump torpedoed it back in May 2018 when he unilaterally withdrew the US. But it was the Europeans who moved this week to sink the deal.
Why do the Remainiacs who infest the Establishment hate our country so much? When are they going to understand that they are completely out of touch and disconnected from the majority of people in the UK?
The result of the Labour leadership contest is due to be announced on Saturday 4th April, Grand National day, which is quite appropriate as all five ‘runners’ have fallen at the very first fence.
Top Cops, Councillors and council officers who allowed 97 members of an Asian child abuse gang to continue to roam free and abuse and rape at least 57 young girls in Manchester, over a period of 15 years, should be in the dock to answer for their incompetence and an alleged cover-up of these heinous crimes.
The mass campaign to secure Scotland’s independence from Britainreached a watershed this weekend and I’m not referring to the constant rain which drenched the up to 100,000 of us who braved the widely predicted conditions to march through Glasgow on Saturday with hope in our hearts and a determination to succeed coursing through our veins.
The 19-second video published by the New York Times last week showing the moment an Iranian missile hit a passenger jet has prompted much social media skepticism.
Western intelligence claims about the airliner shoot-down by Iran have been proven correct – after the Iranian authorities owned up to the disaster.
Meghan and Harry are deluded, woke money grabbing fools.
A mobile phone video supposedly taken by an amateur bystander in Tehran purports to show the moment an Iranian air-defense missile hits the doomed civilian airliner.
Life teaches us all many lessons but one which sprang to mind the other day was the truism that ‘Blood makes you related but loyalty makes you family’.
Any hopes that 2020 would be a better year for the world were soon dashed by President Trump’s brutal drone attack on General Soleimani and his associates at Baghdad Airport in the early hours of 3rd January.
What a great start to 2020 with Trump showing Iran, in no uncertain terms, that he means business, and Ricky Gervais slapping down the ‘woke’ hypocrites of Hollywood.
From all over the country, from all walks of life, from all generations and from all progressive political parties and none over one hundred thousand ordinary Scots will do that extraordinary thing in the name of their children, their communities, their place of birth or choice of home – they will assemble in Glasgow and march for independence.
If the United States and Iran do go to war, it will be in no small part due to the cowardly appeasement of European powers in the face of American criminality.
Australia on fire and the threat of a major war breaking out following Trump’s brutal, unlawful assassination of Iran’s top general. 2020 has certainly started in a dramatic, and quite alarming way - and it’s still only four days old. What else could be in store for us as the Year of the Rat unfolds? Let’s take a look into our crystal ball.
The decision to assassinate Iranian General Qasem Soleimani, the second most powerful leader in Iran, is a declaration of war against the whole of Iran.
America’s lawless arrogance has gone too far with the assassination of Iran’s top military commander. The deadly airstrike against General Qasem Soleimani was carried out on the order of President Donald Trump.
There I have said the unsayable but don’t hold your breath you will not hear that on the MSM biased broadcasters like Sky or BBC.