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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 March of Islam

The Left-Liberal ideological stance on mass immigration has remained virtually unchanged since the nineteen sixties. Everywhere is apparently to end up looking the same as everywhere else – multiculturalism doesn’t support diversity, it strangles it and forces smaller weaker demographics into silence and even extinction. This happens by […]

Brexit Betrayed (updated)

Maybe we should have seen this coming, a few did, and I guess we all had our concerns, but how many anticipated the scale of our disappointment? The so called “deal” that Ms. May is pushing through, and that has the approval of the EU, (always a bad […]

The Fall of Paris

Paris is falling. When your capital city’s population is more than twenty percent militant jihadi migrants, they inevitably start to exert violent pressure on the state to conform to their wishes. The only things about French culture that the migrants want to change, are the things that make […]

Why Orwell Was Right

George Orwell got a lot of things right, and one of the things that I think he got right, [along with the other, more talked about insights of his], was the way that he ended what is arguably his most famous book, 1984. At the end of the […]