Essays

The Government Seems Intent on Making People Poorer

By Harry Hopkins Profile of a Shoplifter Supermarkets throughout the land are grappling with huge increases in shoplifting. The majority are introducing surveillance hitherto unknown in the history of retail. Cameras everywhere, security guards much in evidence, valuable items ‘tagged’ and notices throughout the stores warning of consequences. For customers this can feel like a

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‘The Dystopian World of Slavery and Death That the Globalist Delirium Wants to Build Can Be Avoided’ – Archbishop Viganò

By Carlo Maria Viganò, Archbishop Dear Friends, Allow me first of all to thank Dr. Francesco Toscano for the invitation to speak at this National Congress with a brief reflection, which I hope will help to direct your action to the service of the common good. We are now facing an epochal threat, in the

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On Fearing Freedom

By Margaret Anna Alice Nudging Us to Fear Freedom If I had been told a decade ago I would be frittering my time arguing with people about why censorship is bad and why free speech must be treasured, I wouldn’t have believed it. I mean, who objects to freedom? Okay, dictators and their psychophants, yes,

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My Journey

By Charlotte Coupe, 2020 Six weeks to go till our wedding day, A ‘pandemic’ hits the world, so we have to delay. To me it seemed something didn’t sit right, So my journey began, to gain some insight. In a way I wish I’d never started, but the wealth of knowledge that has been imparted

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