From How unfortunate GMB’s Piers Morgan wasn’t there to unequivocally give Sadiq Khan a grilling, regarding his failure to tackle soaring knife crime in London. Let’s look at Sadiq Khan’s priorities before knife crime; Ban junk food adverts on buses Pedestrianise Oxford street for cyclists (causing worse traffic in an already crowded and congested city) Go to Texas at the taxpayers expense to deliver a whining speech about ‘hate speech’. Gender neutral public toilets Terrorism? That’s just part the parcel of living in a capital city Oh yes, and opposing a state visit from the democratically elected president of the … Continue reading From

Kanye West: Persecuted for free thinking?

When Kanye West met African- American Conservative, author and youtuber Candace Owens. He said ‘I like her way of thinking’. This is what Kanye West had to say in an interview at The TMZ Headquarters ‘When you hear about slavery for 400 years. 400 years? That sounds like a choice.’ This statement from Kanye West was followed by a backlash from the mainstream media when his words were taken entirely out of context! Detroit radio station 105. 1 The Bounce decided to #mutekanyewest because they ‘had enough’. Did they even consider a democratic polling vote from the listeners? On the … Continue reading Kanye West: Persecuted for free thinking?

Britain’s Borders: Free speech activists denied UK entry

To continue this series on Britain’s Borders, Brittany Pettibone was refused entry into the UK in March 2018. This was because of her scheduled interview with former Rebel Media journalist and Luton born activist Tommy Robinson (Is that it)? Brittany’s partner Martin Sellner, leader of Generation Identity from Austria was going to deliver a speech at Speakers Corner in Hyde Park. Unfortunately, he couldn’t be there, because he too was banned from entering the UK. And also detained at Luton airport, but before Tommy Robinson eloquently delivered the speech on his behalf, Martin said to Tommy ‘You can stop the … Continue reading Britain’s Borders: Free speech activists denied UK entry

Britain’s Borders: Deportation threats and unwelcome inhabitants!

In 1948 Caribbean immigrants from Jamaica, Tobago, Trinidad and other islands in the West Indies arrived at Tilbury Docks, Essex in Great Britain. The welcome┬ácommonwealth citizens invited by the British government to fill the labour shortage disembarked the ship “Empire Windrush” hence the name Windrush Generation. Those who came to the UK from the West Indies between 1948 and 1971 became known as the Windrush Generation. Many came as children on their parents’ passport. Since then many of them have worked hard, paid taxes, bought property, run businesses, had children and even grand children here. Suddenly many of them have … Continue reading Britain’s Borders: Deportation threats and unwelcome inhabitants!