Tag Archives: Rule of Law

A Case for “No”

Australia’s  infinitely wise government is using taxpayers’ money to ask the people if they would agree to change the Marriage Act to permit same-sex marriage. (Shades of The Rise And Rise of Michael Rimmer) Different source put the proportion of … Continue reading

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Cash and Enlightenment

I wrote this a year ago in a comment on an article published in The Spectator. The article’s author [apparently a convicted felon] was “arguing” for the abolition of cash money as “Such measures are there for all our safety”. … Continue reading

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My Eight Questions to Angela Merkel

Translated without permission from the original in German at Die Achse des Guten By Hamed Abdel-Samad. Honourable Federal Chancelloress, Honourable Minister of the Interior! Time’s up. Calendar quotes and the continual warning of the AfD are no longer sufficient to … Continue reading

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Vote in the UK’s EU Referendum

Go out and vote if you are entitled to do so. Don’t make your decision on how to vote based on personalities. Rest assured that Boris Johnson won’t automatically become Prime Minister if you vote for the UK to leave … Continue reading

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UK Leave Convinced, but Having No Idea.

John Brignell has awarded his Number of the Month to £350,000,000 This number is the weekly amount that “Vote Leave” claims the UK gives to the EU. It is not just a wrong number; it is a blatantly stupid, counter-productive … Continue reading

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EU Confirms it’s Heading in the Wrong Direction

As there’s a referendum on the 23rd of June that will allow the people of the UK to vote to leave the EU, I’d like to provide another reason to vote to leave. First, the data: According to the EU’s … Continue reading

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UK Votes: In or Out

Today, the 7th of June, is the last day when British expat’s can register to vote in the Referendum being held on the 23rd. That’s the day when the people of Britain vote in a referendum on remaining or leaving … Continue reading

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Britain vs. Canada on Leaving the EU

A recent vox pop. survey in Canada revealed a dominant reluctance amongst young Canadians for Canada to leave the EU. Imagine how difficult it is to campaign for Britain to leave the EU, the UK actually being part of the … Continue reading

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A letter to British voters

Excerpts from a letter from Pete North: Dear British voter, Terribly sorry to interrupt your largely apolitical lives with all this referendum nonsense. Must be an awful chore to have to inform yourselves about something and make a decision. This … Continue reading

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George Washington: the first and greatest Brexiteer

Mary Ellen Synon blogs: I always feel uneasy when someone here in Brussels – usually one of the ‘Europe is my country” types – insists on drawing parallels between the development of the United States and the development of the … Continue reading

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