Does it pay to tell the truth?

Are you familiar with Professor Kathleen Stock? She teaches at the University of Sussex and has recently published a book in which she questions the notion that gender identity is more “socially significant” than biological sex. That’s when the roof fell in on her. An anonymous campaign was mounted at the university, accusing her of […]

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Well, Lordy Lordy…

You’re by now probably familiar – over-familiar, maybe – with the good Lord Frost. He’s the unelected figure leading the British charge against the protocol, which was signed up to by the British government, only now they’re suffering buyer’s remorse and want to call the whole thing off. The EU, in its announcement yesterday, has […]

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FROM ‘THE IRISH TIMES:PAST AND PRESENT’ by John Martin Belfast Historical Society 2008 distributed by Athol Books – by Donal Kennedy

from the back cover “..a very fine journalist, an excellent man, but on Northern questions a renegade or white nigger.” Those were the words from a conversation with the British Ambassador to Ireland at a lunch meeting in 1969, which he duly reported without delay to his masters at the British  Foreign Office. But who […]

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All the news that’s… by Donal Kennedy

You should note I present you with synonyms. The paper’s essence is  treasonable tripe. It is run by an oathbound, secret, unaccountable, untrustworthy “Trust” set up by Lord Arnold Goodman. For many years Goodman managed the finances of Lord Portman, and swindled him out of millions of pounds. As Mae West once quipped “GOODNESS had […]

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NEI: Going, going…

As I type these words, I’m listening to Jim Allister on Raidio Uladh who is explaining that he’s not in favour of allowing a Sinn Féin MLA as First Minister, he is implacably opposed to a Sinn Féin MLA as Deputy First Minister also. Well, he may not be a democrat but you have to […]

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