Film your Marxist professors.

It’s not as bad as this in the UK but it’s getting that way. Nothing will change until students themselves start to complain.


Yappy Apparatchiks and the Lobster Prof


YOU WOULD HAVE thought that eighteen months after the EU referendum vote the reactionary establishment would have come to terms with it and accepted the Great Unlettered of the British public no longer want to be a part of the European utopia, but that does not appear to be the case.

Various members of the political system are so obsessed with the business that they are still trying to pin the blame on those damn Russians. The UK Electoral Commission has sent Facebook back to do more digital digging on the matter — to see if they can unearth more than the measly 70p of subversion they uncovered on their first investigation. Maybe this time they can make it up to a full English pound.

Read on The Fortnightly Review.

Civilisation – who needs it? More in The Fortnightly Review


EVEN WHEN IT IS making one of its generally excellent documentaries on art or history the BBC these days cannot help but have its presenters slip in a bit of propaganda promoting multiculturalism, diversity or mass immigration. In the first episode of a recent series, Art of France, Andrew Graham-Dixon took us through Seine-Saint-Denis, a northern suburb of Paris, to view the “truly varied faces of this modern nation”, ie, the mainly Muslim faces of North Africa. France, he later said, has always been “a nation of mongrels,” which is just a version of the “nation of immigrants” mantra repeated by those who usually don’t live in areas populated by immigrants but are happy for others to do so.

Read on at The Fortnightly Review.

If you want something civilised read my book.

The May trajectory.

AFTER CAMERON’S SWIFT self-defenestration from the job of Prime Minister and politics in general, Theresa May found herself Britain’s new leader. A remainer, and therefore typical of the majority of Conservative MPs, she has had to work out how to handle the referendum result. Should she soft soap the electorate into accepting a pretend exit from the European Union by means of delay and prevarication? Or should she bury her Europhile tendencies and do her best to deliver full exit as the British people asked?

Read more at The Fortnightly Review.

If you’re interested in trajectories you should read my book.

An empire of scoffers. #CurrenteCalamo

IT MAY BE well over fifty years since Dean Acheson made his famous statement that “Great Britain has lost an Empire but not yet found a role” but it still proves useful to the intelligentsia as a stick with which to beat any upstart patriots…

Source: The Fortnightly Review

The EU army: an army by any other name.

THE SPECTRE OF an EU army has made an appearance during the referendum campaign, only to be dismissed as fantasy by the pro-EU lobby. It’s a fantasy, says the Guardian, for Eurosceptics, federalists and armchair generals.

This dismissal would have been more convincing if an EU Battlegroup had not been on manoeuvres on Salisbury Plain recently. Nor was it helped by the President of the EU Commission, Jean-Claude Juncker, having called for the creation of such an army.

Source: The Fortnightly Review

Read my book, it’s better than an army.

A radical proposal. #Brexit #Remain


The purpose of the European Union is to create a single European state in which the individual member states are subsumed into and subservient to the government in Brussels. A vote in the referendum for remain is a vote for political union.

Those who wish to live in that European state should be able to do so. But to do that they should leave Britain as it currently exists and settle in one of the EU’s other vassal states. Ireland, for instance, since that’s not far away and is never going to secede from the EU.

That will leave the rest of us with Britain, the country we want, the country most of us were born in or have adopted as our own, the country we love, the country that should be ours to govern as we see fit, the country that belongs to us. The rest can go and be good little Europeans elsewhere.


Read my book if you want to know why cupcakes are fascist.