Category Archives: Politics

Fukushima Fatigue

I haven’t written anything about Fukushima since the 5th anniversary of the disaster last March. I call it ‘Fukushima fatigue’ and many in the anti-nuke community are suffering from it. We’ve had five years of trying to make people aware … Continue reading

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The Nightmare Begins

The last ten days have certainly been eventful, to put it mildly. It started on 14th July, Bastille Day, with the terror attack in Nice. As always with these sort of events there were lots of anomalies: an almost complete … Continue reading

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Let me adjust my tin foil hat

Whether you love him or hate him, I would guess that the unprecedented hate campaign in the UK against Jeremy Corbyn has opened many people’s eyes as to the actual nature of the society they live in, and in particular … Continue reading

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Bonjour Dear Psychos

In the aftermath of the terrible events in Nice on Bastille Day, people are quite rightly asking why is it France that keeps being attacked? Well, first you have to look at exactly what these attacks are. One obvious thing … Continue reading

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99 Red Balloons

The Establishment are shitting themselves. They are shitting themselves because of an MP called Jeremy Corbyn, who last year, by complete flook, was put on the ballot for the Labour Party leadership and won it in the first round with … Continue reading

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Party Games

Considering the Brexit vote, and then the coup against Jeremy Corbyn, yesterday’s PMQs was a very muted affair. Things only heated up with Corbyn’s final two questions… Today the tories kicked off their leadership contest, with Theresa May being the … Continue reading

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History and Histrionics

Whether you were a Remainer or a Brexiteer, I think it’s safe to say that this morning the majority of Brits (myself included) were surprised to find that the referendum vote went in favour of a Brexit. Despite being very … Continue reading

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Those that Brexit, they be the lucky ones

I’m dead on my feet at the moment with a bad chest infection, so just a quick run-through: Yesterday in the House of Commons there was one of those very rare and quite remarkable occasions; in this instance tributes to … Continue reading

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The Murder of an MP

Last Wednesday in the UK there was a totally surreal event that just about sums-up the EU referendum debate: a flotilla, with Capn’ Farage in command, sailed up the River Thames to the Houses of Parliament, to make the case … Continue reading

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Swiss Satanism?

The opening ceremony of the Gotthard tunnel earlier this month drew a lot of attention from the mainstream media. Here’s how the Daily Mail reported the event. It also drew a lot of attention from the alternative media, with many … Continue reading

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