Antisemitism, a-okay?

The United Kingdom went to the polls today and, if the exit polls are accurate, it looks as if it may have backfired for Theresa May and that Labour will make gains. Whether it will result in a hung parliament or even a Corbyn government is unclear, but the fact that Labour is making gains … Continue reading

Election Ho!

“You’re not going to vote Labour, are you?” I’ve been asked: The Labour manifesto has much that is in accord with what I’d like to see. Strip away Jeremy Corbyn and his coterie of terrorist-loving anti-Semitic incompetents, who’re strangely tolerant of racism in their midst, and the answer would be “yes.” But, as things stands, … Continue reading

Election Fever?

So, we’re having a general election. Has Theresa May guaranteed her premiership or made a terrible mistake? I can see why she did it: An election will silence those critics who claim she has no mandate, will avoid her having to fight an election midway through the ‘Brexit’ negotiations, preempts any downturn in the economy, … Continue reading

Trumped

The flow of unpleasant revelations and accusations against Donald Trump seem to have scuttled his hopes of gaining the US Presidency, although things remain close enough that he may yet surprise us. But, as grotesque and unsuitable as his attitudes are, something even worse has been revealed, for the making of these claims and the … Continue reading

The Scottish Problem

With the SNP looking set to win most of Scotland’s seats and vowing to ally with the Labour Party whether it wants them to or not, the fundamental flaw in the UK constitution is revealed: that a regionally-restricted minority will be able to dictate to the majority, whilst remaining immune to the legislation it will … Continue reading