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Posted by Alexander Niles on 9, Feb 13 at 08:06 GMT

Sir Winston Churchill: 1899 - 1965

This is amazing. And even more amazing is that this hasn't been published long before now.


Is this British Justice?

Posted by Alexander Niles on 3, Oct 12 at 06:46 GMT

In May 2010 Tohseef Shah spray painted a British War Memorial with "Islam will dominate Osama" He was fined £50 & walked free from court.

In November 2010 Emdadur Choudhury burned a Poppy during the 2mins silence. He too was given a fine £50 and walked free from court.

Last week in a Portsmouth Court two men were sentenced to 6 months in prison for painting a Poppy on a mosque.

Pass this on, if you think its a disgrace !!!


With regret - Who should we remember?

Posted by Alexander Niles on 2, May 12 at 02:44 GMT

Whitney Houston's death, while a sad thing, was the direct result of very unwise life choices.

It dominated the news.

Charlie Sheen is 45 and his story is all over the news because he is a substance abuser, an adulterer, sexually promiscuous and obnoxious.

Lindsay Lohan is 24 and her story is all over the news because she is a celebrity drug addict and thief.

Amy Winehouse's story was all over the papers and shoved down our throats as she was a singer and 'celebrity' and a substance abuser.

Something as frivolous as Kim Kardashian's stupid wedding [and short-lived marriage] was shoved down our throats. While the following

Justin Allen 23
Brett Linley 29
Matthew Weikert 29
Justus Bartett 27
Dave Santos 21
Jesse Reed 26
Matthew Johnson 21
Zachary Fisher 24
Brandon King 23
Christopher Goeke 23
and Sheldon Tate 27...

are all British Royal Marines who gave their lives last month for you. There is no media for them; not even a mention of their names.

Honour THEM by sending this on. I did, will you?


Book Recommendation: The Wandering Who?

Posted by Alexander Niles on 2, Mar 12 at 09:57 GMT

Here I review and comment on the fantastic new book by Gilad Atzmon; The Wandering Who?

First of all I must applaud Gilad Atzmon, for such a courageous work which I think, begins to open up a universal debate about a subject that has been forbidden for far too long; a debate about the Zionist movement and its hold on Western States, especially America and Britain. I consider this debate both urgent and essential if we are going to halt war in the Middle East.


I want My England Back

Posted by Alexander Niles on 29, Jan 12 at 12:27 GMT

I think this really sums it all up.

After hearing that many cities did not want to offend other cultures by putting up Xmas lights, so DIDN'T!

After learning that the British Red Cross shops were instructed not to display Christmas decorations lest they cause offence. (A move which cost them and all likewise thinking "my" support thereafter.)

After hearing that the Birmingham council changed its opinion and let a Muslim woman have her picture on her driver's licence with her face covered. (You try it and be identified by Police etc!)

After hearing of a Primary School in Birmingham where a boy was told that for PE they could wear Football League shirts (Aston Villa, Birmingham, West Brom etc) but NOT an England shirt as it could offend others!

This prompted the editorial below written by a UK citizen. and published in a British newspaper.