Brexit

What global warming and Brexit have in common

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The Brexit side of politics is starting to sound like global warming fanatics with all the warnings against Theresa May: Jan 2018: “We have to act now and get rid of Theresa May before it’s too late”. Feb 2018: “We have to act now and get rid of Theresa May before it’s too late”. March […]

Brexit

You go back, Jack, do it again

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David Allen Green tweets: There should never be a UK-wide referendum ever ever again. On constitutional issues pertaining only to some of the four member states of the UK, fine. But UK wider referendums are a negation of parliamentary supremacy, creating mandates which cannot be gainsaid. This is partly what the whole Remainer screaming fit […]

Hard left

Enforce the law

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One of the ways the left wins is by constantly breaking the law with its protest actions and getting away with it. This is related to the ‘double standards’ issue I’ve talked about before, where the left gets away with things the right can’t get away with, because it controls so many important institutions, as […]

Feminism

Hector article at the Conservative Woman

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I have a new article up at the Conservative Woman, entitled “The Telegraph Wimmin’s section – a fact-free zone”. It’s a shortened version of some of the blog posts I have recently been writing about the Women’s section at The Telegraph, namely these ones: The Telegraph’s Women’s section is an odious cesspit Claire Cohen: Ordinary […]

Brexit

Foreign mind-control

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Lots of Remainers upset about this: Police have said they will not investigate allegations of Russian state interference in the 2016 EU referendum or complaints about the involvement of foreign-based companies. But why should they? Even if these Russian bots really exist, they had no influence on the referendum. And how is it that a […]

Social media

Fair’s fair… credit to Thomas Wictor

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A couple of weeks ago I expressed some doubt about Thomas Wictor’s claim that the Republicans knew what they were doing when they asked the FBI to do further investigations on Brett Kavanaugh. I’m still not entirely convinced by his argument, but I have to give him credit, he was right that it did turn […]

Free speech

Twitter and Gab

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I’ve decided to revive my Gab page, which has been lying dormant for many months. It’s here: https://gab.ai/hectordrummond And my Twitter page is still going strong: https://twitter.com/hector_drummond There are three problems with Gab, though. The first is that the layout and typography don’t work as well as Twitter. I was kind of hoping they’d have […]