Animal Farm (George Orwell)

Written between November 1943 and February 1944, but not published straightaway, because of the USSR’s status as an ally in the Second World War. Orwell was a socialist writer, so the fact that he chose to do such a savage critique of the Soviet Union may come as a bit of a surprise to the present-day reader. One might have expected him to choose the far right, rather than the far left. But he personally felt that Soviet Russia had itself become a brutal dictatorship, and that its original ideals had become perverted. I personally don’t believe any of the original Bolshevik leaders who overthrew the Tsar had any ‘ideals’ other than a brutal, bloody dictatorship that would impoverish the majority of its citizens. And so it proved! Socialism can only work in a racially homogenous nation with no ethnic Trojan horses. (Scandinavia in the 1960s probably came closest to the Socialist ideal) [Read more…]

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The Rainbow Nation

Lame stream media fake news outlets like the Bolshevik Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) and the Clinton News Network (CNN) have repeatedly told us that South Africa became ‘free’ in 1994 when the ANC took power. But for people who live in the real world lets hear from someone who actually has to live behind the barbed wire paradise of this multi-cultural enrichment of perversity. Or is that ‘die-versity’? Like ‘racism’, another term that cannot be dragged through any more mud. Monica Stone is not a politically correct speaker but she speaks the truth. I applaud Radio 3 Fourteen for allowing an alternative view to be heard.

THE TRIAL (France 1962)

l_57427_0bda35dcA harmless, inconsequential clerk wakes up one morning to find himself accused of something (he never discovers what). Secret policemen enter his bedroom and subject him to a frightening interrogation in which every answer provokes a new line of questioning. [Read more…]

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