Tag: Jeremy Corbyn

Irony in The UK: The Same Jeremy Corbyn Accused of Having IRA Sympathies is Now Britain’s Leading Unionist

The way things were¬† Throughout much of the later half of the 20th century, backbench British Labour Party Member of Parliament Jeremy Corbyn worked tirelessly to end the so-called “troubles” which gripped Northern Ireland between the late 1960s and late 1990s. As part of this campaign, Corbyn met with Irish […]

Lessons For The Philippines: Britain’s Unpopular Prime Minister Insults The Parliamentary Tradition to Escape Failure

While Britain faces the prospect of a Brexit plan that remains deeply unpopular among both pro-EU and anti-EU British voters, one saving grace remains the fact that Britain’s unpopular Prime Minister Theresa May has to face the scrutiny of the Parliamentary House of Commons on a regular basis. Here, she […]

Jeremy Corbyn or When European Atheists Are Treated With The Contempt Previously Reserved For Asian Muslims

While much of Europe is pivoting or has already resoundingly pivoted to the right, in Britain the “scandalous” pivot that the old political elite fear most is a pivot to the left. Right wing and often populist governments in Hungary, Poland, Italy, Czechia and surging right wing movements in Finland, […]

An “Old Left – Libertarian Right” Free Speech Alliance is Emerging in the US and Europe

Donald Trump has recently spoken out on a number of occasions in favour of a Constitutionalist approach to free speech. Trump has been motivated to address the issue of free speech after a number of social media corporations censored both medium sized professional media outlets and individual activist-commentators for expressing […]

As Western Living Standards Plummet, Politicians Must Get Used to Genuine Unpaid Activism That Has Nothing to Do With Russia or Anywhere Else

Rarely a day goes by without western mainstream media outlets accusing an independent journalist, activist or even leading politician of having ties with a foreign power that have resulted in the material or electoral enrichment of said journalist, activist or politician. Last week the Syrian journalist and commentator Mimi¬†Susli’s Twitter […]