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On Boris, ‘King of Wounded Leaders’ – look upon his countenance and whither, Ye Liberals!

Nick has his say on Boris, ‘King of Wounded Leaders’: On NZ Radio Sunday Morning Show: read and listen (scroll down for play button) – it did rather upset some conservative Kiwis if you go all the way to the comments. But that is how the Strategic Survival Personality defends itself – to the death,…
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Theresa brought down by impossible job or by Wounded Leaders?

Mrs May will doubtless be remembered for the emotional finale to her resignation speech – by the media as the dogged but beleaguered PM who cracked in the end. And by the Wounded Leader snakes who surround her as the woman who blubbed in the end. I am certain that – in her shoes –…
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Would you like to be left on a small island with these men?

the fight against the Age of Stupid

Like so many, many others, I spent Saturday marching through London expressing the desire to not be lead into disaster by a monstrous cohort of Wounded Leaders who do not wish the people of this country well. This is where I snapped the banner pictured below. The thing is –  we know it, and we…
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Football and Brexit – Leadership and Niceness

This weekend, football, Brexit, leadership and niceness are intimately connected, it seems. Months of muddled leadership, not to mention David Cameron’s catastrophic original choice, lie behind the on-going problem of trying to integrate the loony Victorian public-school wing of the Conservative Party into how the hell we are going to managed this step backward without…
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To celebrate or mourn?

To celebrate or mourn, that’s the question, the only thing (according to Einstein) that was infinite apart from the universe – the stupidity of mankind. With teenagers murdered at the fence in Gaza and the climate going to hell, we are supposed to be ostriches celebrating the royal celebrity wedding. But there IS another coming…
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A psychohistorical and psycho-spiritual approach is needed to wade through the current anti-antisemitism hysteria

The common sense view points to racism as being more a feature of the Right than Left. If, like me, you remember the terrifying skinhead marches around the East End’s Brick Lane on a Sunday morning while you were enjoying a kosher hot-salt beef sandwich and the amazing market we had then, you’ll have had…
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Cambridge Analytica only the tip of an iceberg of British entitlement and duplicity?

We are right to be shocked at the scale of dirty dealings revealed by the only investigative reporting programme of mainstream media left, Channel 4 News. Now, surprisingly, the BBC is getting a bit geared up and has just broadcast the story of a shadowy figure, Old Etonian, Nigel Oakes, who has devoted his life…
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Kindle edition of ‘The Making of Them’ now available.

In response to one enquiry we had about making The Making of Them: The British Attitude to Children and the Boarding School System available to visually impaired readers we commissioned a Kindle edition to be produced. It is now available here, and from various other sellers in different e-formats. Whatever its limitations and disadvantages, it…
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Same old, same old … how to understand the Rees-Mogg problem.

Do you sometimes wonder, if, when you have fallen asleep after watching the UK news, that you may have woken up in 1898 instead of 2018? Why is British politics and many of its chief actors so weird? The answer lies in how we educate our elite – not much differently to how we did…
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Wake up USA: it’s not mental health problems that’s murdering your innocent children!

How can one country have so much of the good and so much of the bad – all in one nation? Its very, very distressing. The nation that gave us all that wonderful music, all that incredible literature, all those brilliant inventions, also gave us the Columbine legacy, which is playing out yet again, this…
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