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by Michael Walsh OCCASIONALLY I AM asked if there was anything in particular that caused me to sympathise with the Workers’ Reich. There were several reasons but I have to say I was initially influenced by the experiences of British servicemen. When I first served on a British merchant ship, my…
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by Michael Walsh AFTER THE DEFEAT of the Workers’ Reich the United States, Britain and the Soviet Union notoriously thieved everything they could lay their hands on. The Allies’ motto; ‘If it moves steal it; if it can’t be moved, blow it up’. Ships can be moved: In November 2015, the Renegade
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by Michael Walsh NOTHING BETTER illustrates the deviousness of media than their stories of art allegedly looted by the ‘Nazis’. The camera doesn’t lie; to television viewers and the media’s trusting readership photographic evidence of German wickedness appears undeniable. The media’s poison-pen…
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by Michael Walsh COMMEMORATIONS of the life of German rocket scientist Wernher von Braun (1912-1977) are ongoing. Britain’s “mainstream” media ignore them all. Perhaps this is understandable, since the space scientist’s pioneering V-1 and V-2 rockets once caused panic…
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by Michael Walsh I MAKE NO apologies for spurning the pomp and pageantry that bull-horns Remembrance Sunday. There is much about war that knows no political or national boundaries; war is a monument to human frailty, not strength. In an individual sense war is universal as is the suffering. The last…
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The amazing, powerful, masculine poetry of Robert Service by Michael Walsh POETRY LOVERS are people who prefer their musings in colour to their thoughts in black and white. All reading matter penetrates; some hardly brush the skin but poetry reaches parts that others cannot reach. Robert Service,…
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News

THE BUSINESS OF WAR is profitable. In 2011, the 100 largest contractors sold $410 billion in arms and military services. Just ten of those companies sold over $208 billion. Based on a list of the top 100 arms-producing and military services companies in 2011 compiled by the Stockholm International…
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Classic Essays

by Mike Walsh THE UNITED States is lately stigmatised by an image problem due to its electoral shenanigans and misadventures abroad. All too often forgotten are the great Americans, especially its literati, who contributed so much to the world’s wisdom. Leaving aside such essentials as the three…
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by Derek Summers and Mike Walsh THE SS (Schutzstaffel or Protection Squad) was originally established as Adolf Hitler’s personal bodyguard after the failed 1923 putsch, although in 1933 it became the unit we think of today. The recruits swore unswerving loyalty not to the National Socialist Party…
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by Michael Walsh A FATAL FLAW is the counter-revolutionary’s lack of strategy. As far back as I remember truth-sleuths react only to the strategies of others. Not once do I recall their putting Holocaust hucksters on the defensive by forcing them to deny the undeniable. Nothing highlights this better…
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