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Tag Archives: Margaret Thatcher
Trump, Murdoch and digital tabloids: from media bodyguards to Praetorian Guards
For I know that some human beings are like horses—the more they get what they want, the more unruly they are apt to become.  The way to manage men like that is to put the fear of the bodyguard … Continue reading
Posted in good writing, justice, philosophy, statesmanship Tagged 1922 Committee, Breitbart, Donald Trump, Margaret Thatcher, Ronald Reagan, Rupert Murdoch, tyranny, United Kingdom Comments Off on Trump, Murdoch and digital tabloids: from media bodyguards to Praetorian Guards
Institutional CSA, Critias and the Queen.
If you live under a tyrant, it can be difficult to criticize them. Even in the current age governments tolerate criticism only so long as it does not encourage physical violence. Even democratic governments, traditionally believed to be tolerant of … Continue reading
Posted in corruption, Government, justice, statesmanship Tagged Margaret Thatcher, The National Archives (United Kingdom) Comments Off on Institutional CSA, Critias and the Queen.
Why is the Goddard Inquiry a threat to the Crown?
The inquiry threatens the UK regime’s very fabric. What the recent Cabinet Office documents indicate is that the powerful pedophile predators were known. The Crown knew about them. The police had files on them. The Home Office and the Cabinet … Continue reading