Category: Politics and International Relations

Brexit: A revolt against the feudalization of Britain

Brexit: A revolt against the feudalization of Britain

There has been a great deal of speculation about the reasons for the British people voting to leave the European Union, mostly slanted to imply that those voting to leave didn’t really want to...

The Reason Delusion: The Dark Side of the Enlightenment

The Reason Delusion: The Dark Side of the Enlightenment

Invoking reason in support of an argument is like banging on the table.[i] Those who invoke ‘reason’ are essentially asserting that ‘if you ‘reason’ in the right way, then you’ll agree with them; if...

Introduction to a Video Presentation of the Science in Genesis Day Two – Expansion: A Legal Proof for the Existence of God (Part III)

Introduction to a Video Presentation of the Science in Genesis Day Two – Expansion: A Legal Proof for the Existence of God (Part III)

There is a curious but crucial omission in Day Two of Genesis that appears in each of the other Days; only in Day Two are the words “And God saw …” missing. But as...

Who is really responsible for the massacre in Tunisia?

Who is really responsible for the massacre in Tunisia?

Last week the first inquests opened into the deaths of the British citizens killed in the Tunisian massacre. On Friday, a minute’s silence was held across the UK during which British Prime Minister, David...

Philosophical Origins of the Modern Liberal Fundamentalist State – Part II 0

Philosophical Origins of the Modern Liberal Fundamentalist State – Part II

“Hereby it is manifest that during time when men live without a common power to keep them all in awe, they are in that condition which is called war; and such a war as...

Why Government and Big Business are Intent on Destroying the Last Remnants of Marriage, Family and Faith 0

Why Government and Big Business are Intent on Destroying the Last Remnants of Marriage, Family and Faith

The last century has seen a concerted campaign by Western governments to erode the important role played by marriage, family and faith in people’s lives. ‘Controlling behavior’ The latest assault on these institutions comes...

British Government to ‘regulate’ relationships 0

British Government to ‘regulate’ relationships

The British Government intends to introduce a new law of “coercive control” to make it a criminal offence for a husband, for example, to ‘monitor’ the activities of his wife if he suspects that...

The Feudalisation of Britain 1

The Feudalisation of Britain

Although this article addresses the feudalisation of Britain, it is a plague that infects the West as a whole. The economic cause of this new feudalisation is that giant global corporations are running out...

Philosophical Origins of the Modern Liberal Fundamentalist State – Part I 0

Philosophical Origins of the Modern Liberal Fundamentalist State – Part I

Like everything else in life, all philosophy can be reduced to simple analogy. I shall demonstrate this by reference to those philosophers who have had the most dramatic impact on the way we think...

Humanitarian Intervention: International Law or International Vigilantism? 0

Humanitarian Intervention: International Law or International Vigilantism?

Although this article was originally written in response to moves by Western Governments to find ‘justification’ to overthrow the Assad government in Syria under the guise of ‘humanitarian intervention’, the general arguments set out...