The Truth About Immigration #3 – The Economic Impact of Immigration in Microcosm

A frequently heard falsehood often repeated during television interviews with pro-globalist, pro-mass migration politicians and media pundits, is that immigration is good for us as long as the immigrants concerned have come here to better themselves, to work hard and provide a better future for their families. So often has this falsehood been repeated that we often see ordinary, otherwise quite sensible people repeat it especially following accusations that immigrants target Britain in order to exploit our benefits system.…

Hearth and Home

A little while ago I posted on this website an essay about the alarming decline in the White British birthrate in England and Wales, which had fallen in 2016 to a mere 60.6% of all births. This percentage decline was due in part to ever swelling numbers of births to all the other ethnicities which have been allowed to take up residence in our homeland, but also to a year on year drop in the…

The Passion and Political Crucifixion of Mrs May

As Christmas draws near many among us who are Christians turn our thoughts to the birth of Christ, the story of the Nativity and beyond to Easter next year and the Passion, the story of the ordeal that Christ endured at the hands of the Romans, ending in his crucifixion on Mount Calvary, and it is this second story that has particular symbolism for we British at this time as we witness a passion play…

The Truth About Immigration #2 – The Macro-Economic Impact of Immigration

Whenever immigration is debated in the mass media we are told that irrespective of our views on this subject, we simply must acknowledge that immigration is of economic benefit to us as a nation and that our nation will suffer economically if we were to halt further mass immigration. This is of course an assertion that we all instinctively know to be false, but how do we demonstrate that fact? Firstly we need to understand how the economic performance…

Brexit- Getting Down to Brass Tacks!

There is currently much talk of ‘hard-Brexit’ verses ‘soft-Brexit’, and with the Conservatives not getting an overall Commons majority in the general election, the talk is all about: how Theresa May wanted a hard-Brexit; how the result of the general election signals that the British people don’t want a hard-Brexit; and how so many in the Tory camp will revolt if Theresa May sticks to her guns and tries to negotiate a hard-Brexit. The truth…

Brexit – The Movie

Another highly informative video outlining the dangers facing us as a nation if we get it wrong and vote to stay in the European Union on 23rd June. This video has been produced by people who are from a variety of backgrounds politically, and includes contributions from people with whom we would make very strange bed-fellows, but we should not let that detract from the information it contains and the powerful message contained. Please make sure that…

The Path to Western Civilisation

Time Preference isn’t sexy and exciting, like anything related to, well, sex. It isn’t controversial like IQ and gender. In fact, most of the ink spilled on the subject isn’t even found in evolutionary or evolutionary psychology texts, but over in economics papers about things like interest rates that no one but economists would want to read. So why do I think Time Preference is so important? Because I think Low Time Preference is the…

Fair Trade for British Dairy Farmers!

By Max Musson: During the last few days dairy farmers in the UK have mounted a number of protests at supermarkets aimed at drawing attention to their plight in which supermarket chains that dominate the wholesale milk market in this country have been paying too little for the milk they produce. On average it costs farmers 16p per pint to produce milk, but they have only been offered 12p per pint by supermarkets, meaning the…

Greece is the way we are feeling!

By Max Musson: According to those who promote European union as an idealistic aim and those who promote the EU as the embodiment of that ideal, such a union is intended to be beneficial for all concerned – a state of affairs in which each member state is stronger and more secure because of the fraternal support provided by the others. However this does not seem to be working out too well for Greece in…

Apologies! (updated)

By Max Musson: To all of our regular readers, I offer my apologies for the temporary and unplanned hiatus in our normal output of articles. I have been struggling recently to upgrade my computer, which is now quite old and on its last legs, and anyone who has ‘upgraded’ from Windows 7 to Window 8.1 will know what a dog’s breakfast Microsoft have made of their once relatively transparent, logical, and straightforward operating system. Upgrading…