Monthly Archives: April 2011

Weaponized Monarchy: Policing the Royal Wedding

Yesterday, the 29th of April 2011, was a day unlike any other. In other words, it was a day like every other. It saw two key events unfold: the first was a wedding between two people towards whom I bear … Continue reading

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The Music Of Cameron’s Britain

I was talking with some friends in the pub last night, and the following query emerged: We all know what the music of the Thatcher Era was. You can probably even guess what this archetypal example is without clicking the … Continue reading

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Crowded With Hippies: Saul Alinsky

Tonight I am watching this 2-part NFB documentary about Saul Alinsky. I read Alinsky’s Rules For Radicals 2 years ago and I’m still coming to terms with what he had to say. I suspect most of the Anglo-American Left has … Continue reading

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The Black Bloc: A Reading List

Kathe Kollwitz-Outbreak (1903) “With these words, he turned his broad back and strode with silent energy towards the wood. The others gave one glance over their shoulders, and saw that the dark cloud of men had detached itself from the … Continue reading

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Sunday Night Fights

I was hoping to do a follow-up to last sunday’s post, which while it wasnt intended to be a projection forward into how the media narrative would play out over this week, its turned out to have got quite a … Continue reading

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