The Prayer of Helplessness

Two years ago today I had the privilege of visiting the Martin Luther King visitor centre in Atlanta and the Ebenezer Baptist Church where he was Pastor. Among the many profound and moving things I got to see, this inscription from one of the displays happened to be the “on this day” reminder from my […]

Why Did a Member of the LGBTQI+ Community Cross the Road?

Because now s/he/xe could! The article strays into sarcasm and parody. Or maybe not. Its getting so hard to tell. One thing is certain : even in times of austerity the public purse is never strapped for cash for essential diversity & equality virtue signalling propaganda stunts public service information. Expressing anything other than unequivocal […]

This ban on petrol and diesel cars makes no sense – spiked

There’s some sensible questions asked in this piece. (I wonder how much longer even asking such questions will be tolerated?) As with all environmental measures, the move to electric vehicles seems more like displacing the problem than actually solving it (… even if we can all agree that it is indeed “a problem”). My analogy […]

Hasn’t Israel Folau been punished enough?

The question in the title is rhetorical. The answer appears to be an emphatic NO. If you want to see what the modern face of fascism looks like, then read this article. When it comes to persecuting their ideological opponents, the swastika of the Gestapo is being supplanted by the rainbow of the gaystapo. No […]

IMDb: Green Book

A serious subject treated seriously, but with humour and without lecturing or profanity. Challenging. Entertaining. Moving. Brilliant. Watch it! https://www.imdb.com/title/tt6966692/ Coincidentally, currently reading this… Lord, we need his sermons now more than ever. How on earth have we got to the state where we are now more concerned about the colour of a person’s skin […]