Monthly Archives: July 2018

A BOOK CAN SERIOUSLY DAMAGE YOUR IGNORANCE

“I read old books because I would prefer to learn from those who built civilisations rather than those who destroy them.” When Michael Walsh, historian, and author of 48 book titles was interviewed by Andrew Carrington Hitchcock, the two radio presenters chatted about Mike most popular titles.

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UK SAYS NO TO WHITE CHRISTIAN REFUGEES

When Tanya Savelieva applied for a visitor’s visa to see her British family it was refused. Tanya is a Ukrainian teacher of music and is of impeccable background. As a translator, she is much in demand by the world’s great theatre houses and is well-connected. There is no possibility of the university-trained teacher being dependent upon the UK; she has throughout her life paid her taxes.

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SPANISH BEACHES UNDER SIEGE

Swarms of locust-like Africans were filmed storming a beach in southern Spain on Friday as sunbathers watched the remarkable scenes unfolding. The dramatic clip, taken on the beach at Tarifa, showed one group of more than 30 migrants landing in a dinghy before sprinting off into woodland surrounding the beach to evade the pursuing Spanish border guards.  

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