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Conor Andersen

I am a budding author/writer, a philomath, and a student of history. I'm Political, and religious, philosophic, pragmatic, I'm a fan of Aristotlean thought and philosophy, though I'm, mainly a Protestant Christian, a child of God, a friend, and follower of the teachings, of Jesus Christ. I learned about deconstructionism in debate and argument, where people pit ideas against each other to try and find out which ideas resist or defy complete deconstruction, and which ideas collapse under the weight of their own insufficiency of wisdom and lack of sound construction. I cannot, not write. Being so opinionated, and having the conceit to assume anyone would want to read my jottings, I am compelled to say what it is that I think and believe. I am a British patriot, a supporter of the monarchy, a conservative, though not a party-man, and not a fan of the vast majority of politicians. I believe the most recent truly worthy Prime Minister of Great Britain, as it was then, was Winston, Leonard, Spencer Churchill.

The Political Climate

The ‘protests’ worldwide, prove to all, that a given percentage of well-meaning people will just believe the propaganda algorithmically aimed at them, delivered by the sources they trust, without their independent checking of any of the assertions made by the propagandists. Climate Alarm Syndrome has already appeared as […]

China Shows How.

By the majority of internet connection being through ‘smart’ phones, bigger than ‘bite-size’ content, will completely disappear. The long term effects of this on an internet obsessed Western world, can possibly be seen, if one accepts that reasonable predictions of the future can be made, accepting that they […]

Hong Kong is China’s Danzig

When Danzig was the name on all European lips, and on a great many of those outside Europe from Brisbane to Delaware, and many points between, it was because it was a city on a frontier that had become the hottest political potato since Sarajevo, which had unknowingly […]

Empire of the Damned

At the start of the French revolution, the propaganda went on about the brotherhood of man, liberty from tyrants, and from political repression. It soon transpired that it was Madame Guillotine that was liberating the masses from their drudgery and oppression. At one point during the revolution, after […]