Tagged: religion


Welcoming Afghans and other immigrants – without question

This post: circa 5,500 words, estimated reading time, excluding videos: 28 minutes. Not a lot of immigrants This post began as a reply to one on Facebook, after the announcement that GB News North East of England reporter Rachel Sweeney believes her region will welcome Afghan refugees‘ ‘I would argue...


Conforming to the narrative

This post: circa 1,500 words, estimated reading time: 7 to 8 minutes. Do you conform to the narrative? This is a general question and applies equally to barmy TV plots, politics, religions, media ‘guidance’ and the madness of the ‘woke’ left. Do you go along with what you are told...


A Muslim in fear

There is an article in yesterday’s Guardian, entitled: As a Muslim woman I was never fearful in Britain. But today I’m afraid. The author, Masuma Rahim, makes valid points, all of which I agree with. But skirts other, deeper ones. The author in question, Masuma, is a mental health worker....


Snake (strike) Bombs on a Plane? What if ISIS used a nuke?

Note: This is a very long post. I could – perhaps should – break it up, but I won’t, it belongs together! (2,450 words, if you are curious; a tad longer than a 140 word Tweet!) Snakes on a plane? It could be worse, if the reports in the news...

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