Thursday February 27, 2020

Time for Ireland to jump ship too?

With Britain out, the Franco-German domination of the EU will draw us into a federal Europe that may even include militarisation

2nd April, 2017

And so, despite all the opinion polls and the wisdom of so many elites, Brexit has come to pass. The growing power of English nationalism has pulled up the drawbridge and run up the union flag. The metropolitan elites may mock and mourn all they like, but the Sunderlands of this world held up an eloquent two fingers to the lot. In a word, the Daily Mail and Daily Express won, the Guardian lost. As...

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