David Davis May Not Care About A No-Deal Brexit, But I Do!

Reading Time: 4 minutes I actually thought that I had forgotten about Brexit Secretary 1.0, David Davis, until I had the unfortunate pleasure of listening once again to his void and sarcastic comments on this week’s Question Time. How such a man who is so obviously ignorant of what is actually happening to the UK, got the Brexit job […]

Brexit Musings (31) – The Withdrawal Deal: Divorce Or Funeral?

Reading Time: 3 minutes In a divorce, there are always children who suffer. At a funeral, there are always those who are left alone.   It’s quite ironic that for over 40 years, the EU and UK have been constantly bickering, with the UK acting like a spoiled cat who doesn’t know whether to go outside or stay indoors. […]

A Loving Father’s Thoughts On LGBT Rights, Feminism, And Intersectionality (2): The Feminists

Reading Time: 7 minutes All these feminists giving blowjobs like it’s missionary work – Jessa Crispin (Why I’m Not a Feminist: A Feminist Manfesto)     I‘ve never given much thought to the feminist movement in general, and feminists in particular, but having delved a little deeper into the matter, I now realize that I was right not to. […]

A Trader, a Clown, And a Devil – The Brexit England “Three Liars”

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Reading Time: 6 minutes When historians look back at why the EU referendum was organized, how it was run, and what the people voted for, it will become obvious to even the average history student that the whole affair was based on lies, deceit, and misconceptions. Historians will also note that not many times in the course of history, […]

When Democracy Is Bullied By… Democracy

Reading Time: 6 minutes   Some time ago I wrote a post entitled, “Democracy menaced by…democracy,” concerning what I believe are the dangers of holding a referendum in a parliamentary democracy. With March 29th 2019 fast approaching, and an EU/UK deal far from being certain, the demand for a second referendum – the people’s vote – is gaining momentum, and […]

Brexit Musings (30) – Never Read The Morning Newspaper Before Breakfast

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Reading Time: 4 minutes It’s just so tough getting up, in the morning. One thing I never do before, during, or straight after breakfast, is take a glance at newspaper headlines on my tablet. That would really put me in a bad mood. The EU leaders who assembled in the beautiful Austrian town of Salzburg, should have done the same. […]

The Dutch Cartoon Competition Was Wrong Because Geert Wilders Organised It

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Reading Time: 6 minutes The cancelled Dutch cartoon competition was not about Islam. It was all about Geert Wilders.   It was way too long since we heard from the flamboyant leader of the Dutch extreme-right-wing party PVV, Geert Wilders. Let’s face it, the Dutch parliamentary elections are a thing of the past, and the present coalition is doing very […]