It would appear as though we have returned to an age of religious zeal, fuelled by the pathological doctrine of political correctness. What started with the tearing down of statues of Confederate soldiers in the United States has, like any malady, begun to spread internationally. Just a couple of days ago, an article published in The Guardian, called for the toppling of Nelson’s Column of … Continue reading In Defence of History
The Jewish Town of Kohav Hashahar, northeast of Jerusalem in Samaria. Notice the lack of space… Continue reading A case for the settlements. Social Justice for Jewish communities in Judea & Samaria.
‘It is clear that any possible antagonistic action from North Korea should be contained as much as possible, to ensure peace and stability within the Asia-Pacific region and ultimately throughout the world.’ Continue reading In Defence of Peace: Should THAAD be Deployed for South Korea?
North Korea has once again entered the international spotlight with its recent distressing military threats against the free world. Continue reading The North Korean Threat: In Defence of a Strong National Defence
I’m calling it now, Theresa May will go down as one of the greatest Prime Ministers in British history. Continue reading How Theresa May can become one of the greatest Prime Ministers in British history.
Over the years, Australia has become more and more engaged in international affairs as its global standing steadily expands. Continue reading Australia and the United States: A Common Kinship
This week the May Government announced that on the 29th of March, a formal letter will be sent to European Council President, Donald Tusk, triggering Article 50 and kick starting the BREXIT negotiations. Continue reading BREXIT Has A Date