British

  • Show me your revolution

    A revolution is not a dinner party. Words to that effect were spoken by one of the 20th century’s greatest revolutionaries, Mao, and they are as relevant today as they were when they were uttered. A revolution is bloody, ruthless, pits one class against another and as such necessitates...
  • Can we truly say that the spirit of Nuremberg is still alive?

    World War II was, and remains, a stain on humanity’s existence, but we are taught in school that we did learn two things from it.  First, wars of aggression are the highest of war crimes and those who perpetrate them will be held to account. Second, the mass slaughter...
  • Will the island of heroes deliver a “heroic” vote for the CCJ on November 6?

    A national Referendum on the issue of whether a Caribbean nation should disengage from the British Privy Council and accede to the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) as the nation’s highest appellate Court is more than just a vote about a court of law! Rather, it is a vote...
  • Fake news and the Internet

    The past decade has seen an increase in what I feel are truly interesting topics. These are the prevalence of fake news — in some cases propaganda, in other cases basic lies — as well as the question of whether the Internet will eventually be censored. If these topics...