Nathan Phillips speaks with forked tongue.


Last weekend after the annual March for Life in Washington DC, an incident happened on the Saturday that encapsulates the increasing mob mentality of both social media and the fake news propaganda machine. A three-minute heavily edited video emerged from the online swamp of a group of 15-year-old students from Covington Catholic school in Kentucky … Continue reading

The world will always need a man who can fix a burst pipe.


We all have a certain start of day routine. After doing the basics, I spend a half hour in the study scanning through the news headlines. At this stage of my disillusionment with any hope of the established mainstream organs delivering some honest news or trenchant commentary, I don’t use any of them. Instead, I … Continue reading

Will Anti-Wanking Legislation finally secure Government Control of Internet Access?


Left to its own devices, it’s the nature of government to gradually seek to control all aspects of your life, which is why in a real democracy we periodically change administrations. It effectively resets such creeping ambitions. Over the last three decades, there’s one area that governments all around the world have tried to bring … Continue reading

The Misrepresentation of the People Act.


For the last three decades or so, there’s been a phony war going on. Whichever democracy you happen to live in, you’re involved, but your role in it is purely confined to being a football kicked around between the two sides. The two sides in question doing the kicking are the two political parties which … Continue reading