Monday , September 27 2021

Isaac Anderson

Isaac is a British undergrad studying Political Science and Business on the US-Canadian border. Having been an expat since 2010, he's a globetrotter who enjoys visiting different cultures. Describes himself as a Classical Liberal / Conservative, Messianic, history fan, with a passion for the Commonwealth & Anglosphere. He also probably spends too much time on political issues.

A Story

Once upon a time, there was a beautiful land far away, and it was full of wondrous people and animals. In the middle of the land, was a beautiful green field, that stretched out to the horizon in all directions. And in the middle of that field, a there was …

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Self Defence?

In the first part of this articles, Rolling With Blades, we identified the violent crime & assault situation in many of our cities, focusing on knife crime. Chief among the reasons for knife crime is that ordinary, and otherwise, law-abiding citizens feel the need to carry knives for self-defence. As …

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Why Wool?

I should start this article by confessing that I am a wool fan. Indeed, I’m a great proponent of it and have been since I was 16 or so. Having done years of research into it and the qualities of wool, I am sure when you try it, you will …

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Rolling With Blades

On January the 1st, the headlines on BBC news reported that 4 people were stabbed on New Years Day. With this grim statistic, the annual crime records were reset and the slow degeneration of London and a number of other UK cities continued. The Commissioner for the Metropolitan Police, Cressida …

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Until We Have Built Jerusalem…

On the 21st, the UN General Assembly decided to demand Trump move the US embassy out of Jerusalem and back to Tel Aviv. In a lack of solidarity, the UK decided to go against its key partner in the ‘Special Relationship’ and its self-proclaimed key partner and ally in the …

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Lost for Words

What the PM said at the Party Conference is trying hard to be heard over what she didn’t, or couldn’t say. Regardless of whether or not the chancellor gives things away for free, or if Amber Rudd told the Foreign Secretary to applaud, it was still the PM’s speech. Or …

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Globe on the Weekends #podcast- #BelieveinBritain

For this week’s episode of the Globe on the Weekends, listen to Isaac Anderson interviews special guest “The English Eccentric” about everything ranging from history, #BelieveinBritain, politics and getting young people to become interested in British history and Conservative politics. You can listen to it here. Enjoy!

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The EU’s Catalonia response deserves condemnation

At first I would like to state that I have no opinion on Catalonian Nationalism. Indeed, before this referendum, I was opposed to it, as it had links to Scottish separatism. While I agree with the concept of national sovereignty, there are limits and I am opposed to breaking up …

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Battle of Britain Day

For those of us who may not have remembered, today is Battle of Britain Day, the day in 1940 the battle swung decisively in favour of the UK, Commonwealth and Free European Allies. It’s a day to celebrate victory over Nazi Tyranny and to remember the sacrifice paid by all …

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Flagship Policies

A couple of weeks ago, I listened to an interview of Jacob Rees-Mogg by James Delingpole on YouTube. Mogg asked Delingpole who he felt the UK’s best Prime Ministers had been when Delingpole slighted career politicians. Upon responding with the standard Thatcher and Churchill, Mogg replied by asking ‘What about …

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Introducing Our Petition

Our Petition is now uploaded and live on change.org‘s website, and are looking for supporters to sign it. We propose the government: Recognises the importance of the Commonwealth & Commonwealth Advantage Post-Brexit Releases further information on the government’s leaked ‘Special Passport Area’ Allows for regulated free movement of citizens between the …

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Barnier, Bonaparte & The Continental System

The EU has decided to defer the latest round of negotiations for two months. Apparently, we are to stand with our faces in the corner because we aren’t discussing the Brexit Bill. Whether this deferment will continue is a key question that needs to be answered, otherwise we face the …

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