Category Archives: UK
I may be slowly turning into a Francophile, but that doesn’t necessarily have to be a bad thing. Yes, I know, I’ve hated France and everything about it for as long as I remember, but luckily we always have a … Continue reading
A few years ago, I had a discussion with an acquaintance about loitering youths around my area. I mentioned that I felt disturbed by the fact that local black youngsters loiter around my house, sit on my fence and occasionally … Continue reading
On Monday, Foreign Secretary William Hague and former US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice in London unveiled a bronze statue of one of the greatest politicians of the 20th century—President Ronald Reagan. The statue is at Grosvenor Square in Mayfair, … Continue reading
It is certainly interesting to experience something this magnificent and glorious once in one’s lifetime. Despite the crowds. But the keyword here is ‘once’.
This is what I see on my street in south Lambeth. The parking suspension is in effect for the third day today—on Thursday it magically appeared and so far, nothing else has happened here. And considering it’s Saturday, I doubt … Continue reading
British film director Peter Kosminsky is something of a genius. He achieved what many have failed—creating the best recipe for one of the worst anti-Israeli propaganda one can remember from recent history. It’s all really very simple. All you need … Continue reading
A day that will live in infamy? Well, not quite. Here you can find neat charts on UK national debt’s percentage of the GDP over the years. So, compared with the years after WWII, the current debt is actually nothing. … Continue reading