Ethnonationalism · Immigration/ Multiculturalism · Islam · Islam in Britain

The cultural jihad and Britain’s dhimitude

We can talk about Islam ad nauseum, but for some, words aren’t enough. Criticism of Islam often draws denial, dismissal, and even mockery from cultural elites, as occurred in February when President Trump alluded to the Islamic- related problems engulfing Sweden. But while attacking the messenger is easier than attacking the problem itself, when the thuggery,… Continue reading The cultural jihad and Britain’s dhimitude

Islamic apologism and the persecution of dissenters

Jeremy Corbyn blames terrorist attacks such as Manchester bombing on UK foreign policy

Despite universal condemnation, at least Jeremy Corbyn has openly showcased his true Islamopologist credentials. And in doing so, Corbyn has showed exactly why he is grossly unfit to lead a country which possesses the stature, greatness and power as does Great Britain. On the substance of his claims which implicate a connection between UK foreign policy and the… Continue reading Jeremy Corbyn blames terrorist attacks such as Manchester bombing on UK foreign policy

Australian Foreign Policy/ Foreign Affairs · European Union · Immigration/ Multiculturalism

The possibility of free movement between Canada, Australia, New Zealand and the United Kingdom

In the aftermath of Brexit, CANZUK International has proposed establishing freedom of movement between the countries of Canada, Australia, New Zealand and the United Kingdom (CANZUK). If realized, this proposal would see CANZUK citizens all obtaining the right to live, work and study in any CANZUK country. The framers of this potential agreement have considered the existing Trans- Tasman Travel Arrangement… Continue reading The possibility of free movement between Canada, Australia, New Zealand and the United Kingdom

Islam in Britain

UK: Two Systems of Justice

There are two systems of justice in the UK alright. There is one for those seek to uphold traditional British values, and another for Islamists. However, you might be surprised as to which side the law favours. “UK: Two Systems of Justice”, Gatestone Institute, November 26, 2016: So farewell, then, Anjem Choudary. For two and half… Continue reading UK: Two Systems of Justice

Islam in Britain

UK: Teachers who Islamized state school back in classroom despite being banned

Brexit was a wonderful victory for Britain, and should promise to reinvigorate the country. However, considering the nation’s sheer ineptitude for combating political Islam, Britain resembles a country that has seriously lost its way. One can only hope that the future is different, of which there still remains hope. “UK: Teachers who Islamized state school back in classroom… Continue reading UK: Teachers who Islamized state school back in classroom despite being banned

Australian Foreign Policy/ Foreign Affairs

Our first big brother: Britain

As a fledgling nation throughout the 20th century and as one that remains relatively young and small today, Australia has historically seeked the friendship of the two great powers over this period: Britain and the United States. Perhaps there have been times that Australia has taken these historic and/ or current alliances for granted, or merely… Continue reading Our first big brother: Britain

Islamic State · Syria

Genocide is being committed in the Middle East. Why has Britain not acknowledged it?

Featured image: Raqqa, Syria. (Reuters/Stringer) Is a genocide occurring in territories controlled by ISIS? The answer seems to be emphatically, categorically – yes. Minorities in Syria and Iraq, of which there are many, have been threatened on all sides by the rise of Islamist extremists. As the British MP David Alton said in an article almost two years ago, ‘the world… Continue reading Genocide is being committed in the Middle East. Why has Britain not acknowledged it?