Unquiet flows the Dnieper

24th May 2022 1

Ukraine War. What we are not being told. Extract from a series of articles on the war, on both sides, in our paper and digital edition due out 1st week of June.. Subscribe “What can I say? Do you remember that documentary that came out a decade or two ago about an idiot who went to live on friendly terms … [Read on]

An Old Soviet Soldier

3rd January 2022 8

I’m not yet old enough to perk up my ears every time an old man dies. Yet I was saddened to learn that an old communist I’d known gave up the ghost recently. I’d visited his St Petersburg apartment about fifteen winters ago and we tossed back many tumblers of Ararat cognac. (The Armenian stuff Churchill was fond of – … [Read on]

A future where no lives matter.

9th June 2020 8

It is indubitable that the killing of George Floyd was an unconscionable and repugnant act. What seems however clear is that the multiculturalist agitators are exploiting and manipulating the killing in a shameless effort to further their own destabilizing agenda. The media coverage following the killing makes it transparently plain that the omniscient activists do not value human life per … [Read on]

American Class

6th August 2019 1

About a year ago, I shared a train compartment with a seemingly reticent Canadian fellow, a man heavily shielded by a newspaper, and I doubted I’d catch a syllable from the stolid moose. But after gobbling a handsome steak sandwich with yellow dressing and downing a pint, he eased into a happier frame of mind. And after another pint, and … [Read on]

Animal Rights Human Wrongs

1st March 2019 0

It was late afternoon and once again I sat in the shade of the black trees and watched the crackling autumn leaves. With extraordinary caution I lit a cigarette, hoping no scandal would follow. But soon as I took a few puffs a sour-faced woman wearing tattered pig moccasins perched on a bench directly across, so I reluctantly tossed it … [Read on]

Trumpology

1st September 2018 0

There is an unremarkable passage from Robert Musil’s, The Man Without Qualities that has nested in my cranium several decades now. I’m not sure why I ever squirreled it away there. Maybe to ready me for fates to come? Don’t ask how I dug it up again: There are probably people who still lead personal lives, who say “We saw … [Read on]

The earth cries out for the blood of Tory martyrs

22nd June 2018 2

The bad effects of mass immigration and multicultural dreams have been heralded many times and I see no reason to swell things with my own announcement. The stern silencing of those who question the prevailing orthodoxy has also been adequately noted. The question, then, that bedevils me is why native populations everywhere seize the subordination thrust upon them like a … [Read on]

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