Category Archives: Injustice

Why so secretive . . . ?

Note the date on the front cover of this House of Commons Library publication . . .   Elise Uberoi of the House of Commons Library evidently prepared this document and it was published on 3rd June 2015 – over a year before the great EU Referendum fiasco. The paper was actually prepared as a… Read More »

The Great “Majority” Myth . . .

It has puzzled me for some time that we are constantly told that “Leave won” (“suck it up”), that the “Nation” voted for “Out”, that there was a majority in favour of non-EU membership, that we have heard the “voice of the people”. Yet it is plain to see that of those who voted, some… Read More »

Here we go again . . .

Last night on the telly we watched a programme about the dislike of Hitler and hence the Nazi Party for modern art, which they regarded as being “decadent” or “degenerate” (Entartete Kunst).  Many people had acquired such paintings, and among them were many Jewish collectors.  The Nazi treatment of the Jews at this time made… Read More »

What a world we live in . . .

The following appears on Change.org : “We the family of Cherry Groce the innocent mother who was shot and paralysed by the police in 1985. The shooting sparked the Brixton riots. To this day no one has been held responsible for what happened to her. Independent reports state that the events in 1985 were a… Read More »