Personally I’m happy for us to continue having referenda on Britain’s membership of the EU once every 43 years, but there are some people who think democracy is only legitimate when it confirms their prejudices so they are pushing for an immediate ‘people’s-vote‘. They have … Continue reading How the ‘People’s Vote’ is a Fix.
-She has never successfully reformed anything. -She can’t build a team. -She can’t campaign. -She can’t communicate, relate or negotiate. -She has no interesting ideas. -She has never said anything inspiring. -She hasn’t brought the nation together. Quite the opposite. -She can’t lead. Theresa May … Continue reading Theresa May – The Case Against
It should now be abundantly obvious to even the most forgiving observer that Theresa May has no intention of ever delivering the independence that we voted for, and that unless she is immediately removed from power Britain will cease to be a democracy. This is … Continue reading Technocrats Can’t Lead
I recently wrote this defence of democracy which attracted the following criticism from Sebrogers which I am reproducing here in full and unedited so he cannot claim to have been misrepresented. His words are in blue. Mine are in black. Good grief. This is the … Continue reading Response to Sebrogers
Here is a map I’ve just knocked up in my lunch hour: Which market should concern us most – the blue one or the red one? For semantic convenience lets call the blue one the ‘EU Market’ and the red one the ‘World Market’. The World … Continue reading Which Market Matters?
As I’ve written before, EU supporters are engaged in total war against democracy. Their dream is to dismantle British democracy before the eyes of the world and reduce us to a society where no meaningful votes are ever held; where voting only exists to confirm … Continue reading How to Spot the Democracy Haters.
The Principle of Sufficient Reason (PSR) was best expressed by Leibniz in The Monadology, Verse 32: “And second, the Principle of Sufficient Reason by virtue of which we believe that no fact can be real or existing and no statement true unless there is sufficient … Continue reading Against the Principle of Sufficient Reason