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Friday Arts Feature - An Italian In England

Another composer whose music has been somewhat lost in the mists of time is Muzio Clementi.

by Chauncey Tinker, 29 Nov 2019

Weekly Roundup Of News And Opinion - w/e 23 November

Looming election news; Manifestos unveiled, Crime wave UK, Freedom of Speech under attack; Fahrenheit211 interviewed by Vlad Tepes, Jihad news, Transgender agenda, Transethnicity, Migrant Crisis news, Brutal suppression of protests in Iran, and many other stories.

by The Participator, 24 Nov 2019

Friday Arts Feature - Grand Central Station

Grand Central Station is the most beautiful railway station in the world, if you don't agree then please note - there is nothing you can do or say that is going to alter that simple fact.

by British Awakening, 22 Nov 2019

Christmas elections - time for the NHS pantomime

We have all become so used to the control the Labour party has over the NHS that we all too often forget to ask why we have allowed one political party to have complete control of an organ of state. Why do we find this acceptable?

by British Awakening, 19 Nov 2019

Weekly Roundup Of News And Opinion - w/e 16 November

Looming election news, EU robot wars technology, Migrant crisis news, Tommy Robinson back in court, Islamophobia agenda - world leading media guidance, Transgender agenda, Jihad news, Yellow Vest anniversary in France, and many other stories.

by The Participator, 17 Nov 2019

The Battle Of The Ice

This week a piece of music by Prokofiev, accompanied by some thoughts about the experiences of those who lived under the totalitarian regime of the Soviet Union.

by Chauncey Tinker, 15 Nov 2019

Weekly Roundup Of News And Opinion - w/e 9 November

One of our contributors has been arrested, Looming election news, Brexit news, Crime Wave UK, Jihad news, Migrant Crisis news, Epstein revelations, Social Media news, and many other stories.

by The Participator, 10 Nov 2019

Friday Arts Feature - Sinfonietta

While we're struggling to break free of the European Union, I thought I'd remind our readers of one of the earlier struggles for independence in Europe, the Czech independence movement.

by Chauncey Tinker, 8 Nov 2019

Weekly Roundup Of News And Opinion - w/e 2 November

Brexit news (trick not treat), General Election date set, Brexit Party campaign announcement, Migrant crisis news, Various agendas as usual, Hate speech laws plan for #Ireland, Social Media shakeup, and many other stories.

by The Participator, 3 Nov 2019

Friday Arts Feature - If I had words

You must have been living in a Tibetan monastery for the past couple of decades if you hadn't seen or at least heard of the 1995 hit movie 'Babe'.

by British Awakening, 1 Nov 2019

Weekly Roundup Of News And Opinion - w/e 26 October

Brexit news; 5 days to go?, Spotlight on - the Mainstream Media (Sky in particular), Crime Wave news - when is a hate crime not a hate crime?, Counter-jihadi convicted of terrorism offence, Migrant crisis news, and many other stories.

by The Participator, 27 Oct 2019

Once more unto the breach, dear friends, once more

Quite what it will take to fully revive the spirit of our island nation that was once so fiercely independent I don't know. Perhaps reminding our fellow citizens of our historical and cultural achievements might do a little to help though.

by Chauncey Tinker, 26 Oct 2019

Weekly Roundup Of News And Opinion - w/e 19 October

Brexit news; 11 days to go?, Boris sends unsigned extension request, Migrant crisis news, Extinction Rebellion extinguished, News about the BBC, Transgender Agenda escalation, Police announcement on gender pronouns, and many other stories.

by The Participator, 20 Oct 2019

Pennsylvania Station And Architectural Vandalism

My past few blogs on the finer things in life have been an attempt to make you look at or listen to something that's always been there, but to do so in a slightly different way. Sometimes though it is important to remember not what we have but what we have lost because we did not care enough.

by British Awakening, 18 Oct 2019

Government Plans More Protections For Stabbers?

As recently as last week we have seen a mass stabbing incident in the UK, this time in Manchester, where the perpetrator was detained initially under suspicion of terrorism, but later the reports changed to say that he was being detained under the Mental Health Act.

by Chauncey Tinker, 16 Oct 2019

Weekly Roundup Of News And Opinion - w/e 12 October

Brexit News; 19 days to go?, EU corruption and misspending, Extinction Celebration, Mental Health stabbing crisis, Hate crime hub flop, IPSO guidance for reporting on Muslims, Diversity agenda, Kentucky Fried Halal, Migrant crisis news, Jihad news, etc

by The Participator, 13 Oct 2019

Friday Arts Feature - The Eroica Adagio

Many of my most favourite movements from Beethoven's works are the slow reflective movements, although of course there is much to enjoy in the more tumultuous movements as well.

by Chauncey Tinker, 11 Oct 2019

Extinction Of The Sheeple

There is something rather strangely ironic about the so-called 'Extinction Rebellion' protests. The very people protesting, supposedly against extinction, are mostly from a part of our society whose total fertility rate has voluntarily fallen way below replacement level, namely the middle classes.

by Chauncey Tinker, 8 Oct 2019

Weekly Roundup Of News And Opinion - w/e 5 October

Brexit news; spider woman strikes at the hulk, superwoman stands for the Liberal Democrats, Muslim convert has psychotic episode in France, News about the BBC, Transgender Agenda news, Facebook Tommy Robinson policy, and many other stories.

by The Participator, 6 Oct 2019

Friday Arts Feature - Spem In Alium

The composer Thomas Tallis was born while Henry VII was still alive. It is rumoured that from a very early age he was associated with the Chapel Royal, and he became a Gentleman of the Chapel Royal in 1543 towards the end of the reign of Henry VIII.

by Chauncey Tinker, 4 Oct 2019

Windows Into Men's Souls

The Tony Blair Institute for Global Change has produced a report called The Spectrum of Far-Right Worldviews in the UK which lays out the means to identify dangerous far-right groups claiming to be non-violent with the aim of 'stemming their narratives' before they turn to violence or their views inspire others to do so.

by ECAW, 2 Oct 2019