Monthly Archives: November 2022

Bucks Racist Staff Resigns

Ngozi Fulani at a reception at Buckingham Palace on Tuesday. Photo: Kin Cheung After Prince William denied the British aristocracy is a racist cabal, a member of the Buckingham Palace household has resigned and apologised after a Black guest at a … Continue reading

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Funding Earth’s Destruction

Illegal fires in the Amazon rainforest, Pará state, Brazil, 2020. Photo: Carl de Souza This is another in our watch on Climate Change articles gathered from newspapers worldwide. Enviromentalist George Monbiot asks why governments are funding the Earth’s degradation. WHY IS … Continue reading

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The Social Climber

Michelle Mone seconds before lifting up a grown man she thought a boy, in 2016 This site spotted chancer and flaky entrepreneur very early. In fact, it was when she was one of the subjects of the smart Peter Jones, … Continue reading

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Supreme Court Boosts Decolonisation

WHY INDEPENDENCE IS DECOLONISATION by Professor Alfred Baird Some people in Scotland still appear to have a problem figuring out what national independence means and why or even if it is necessary. Frantz Fanon maintained that a subordinate people and … Continue reading

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Supreme Bollocks

The court erroneously named UK Supreme Court. (Lord Reed front row, middle) God, the King and England be praised! The oppressor has defined oppression. Lets go fishing. Scots can relax, book holidays in Spain again, drink warm beer and cheer … Continue reading

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Snap Poll Says Yes

A voluntary gathering of angry Scots in Glasgow, Wednesday evening Half of Scots would vote for the SNP at the next General Election if it could mean leaving the UK, a poll has found. This is the finding of an exclusive Channel 4 … Continue reading

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Banshees of Inisherin – a review

Brendan Gleeson and Colin Farrell can’t live with each other, can’t live without each other Bejasus, is this not a strange tale to tell based on a shoogly premise. Anyways, I’ll do me best, Pádraic, to give the ting a … Continue reading

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Buy My Books

What to buy family and friend for the festive season? Easy peasy! The complete trilogy of ESSAYS 1, 2 , and 3! Or buy one. Wit and wisdom, hardback or Kindle from Amazon or signed by the author: “Remember, … Continue reading

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Climate Change Video

Commentary on these collected images is, quite frankly, almost superfluous. Humankind is determined to perish.

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Cooking Porridge

Winter’s cold mornings are just around the corner, and packets of porridge oats are beginning to shift off supermarket shelves for the Scot’s seasonal protection. The tired butt of many an Englishman’s joke about poverty food Scots consume is now … Continue reading

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