Sigmund Freud, Impostor?


As I witnessed myself during my sojourn in London in the decade following 9/11, Freudianism had arrived in England only with a delay of almost a century, thanks to the unwritten laws of Common sense going back to Runny Mead.

Is Putin really guilty?

Are we really sure that the former spy Skripal and his daughter were poisoned by the Russians? Let me advance more than one doubt by carefully examining the news released so far. The points that do not come back are these:

Scotland Towards the Russophobic Campaign in UK

Last Friday (23/3/2018) thousands of Scots demonstrated next to the Scottish Parliament in Holyrood, Edinburgh, protesting against any British attempt to take some power and competences awarded as part of the devolution process back to London. 

Union of Tories and Ulster Unionists


The British Conservative Party (Tory) has concluded a coalition agreement with the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) from Northern Ireland, which will allow the Conservative government to avoid a vote of no confidence and have the necessary majority to adopt the most important bills, including the country's budget. Despite the fact that the Conservatives won the early elections on July 8, 2017, they did not have eight votes to get an absolute majority in the parliament, which allows the government not to fear a vote of no confidence.

Manchester Massacre – four key reasons exposed


When faced with Islamist terror, two very different explanations seem to be the most common. One is the line pushed by the liberal political and media elite. Every new attack prompts renewed squawks that “this has nothing to do with Islam” and that the terrorists are “a tiny minority with no connection to real Muslims.”