IN case you missed any of our most-read posts of last week – here’s your second chance.
Every single day, Laura pointed out, stories emerge from the UK and US that show how frightening the cultural revolution is. To exemplify this, in ‘A terrifying story from Mark Steyn’ she linked to his account of one such faux racist accusation and of the cowards who give in to such destruction.
Also from Laura, a searing post on the lies that Mrs May’s Government is forcing us to accept against science and reason. In ‘2+2=4’ she evoked George Orwell’s 1984 to illustrate the gender self-recognition madness the law is about to adopt and impose on us. You can read it here.
Dr Bruce Newsome’s exposé, ‘Huawei and the Cameron Connection’, unsurprisingly drew many readers too. His original research into the history of Huawei’s links with the UK and its encouragement by British politicians and officialdom makes disturbing reading. You can see it here.
‘Farage alone is asking the right questions’ Tim Bradshaw posited. Readers seemed to agree. Without his new Brexit Party, the country would be in a far more dangerous situation politically, with nowhere for the votes of ordinary decent people to go but on to the streets, like the gilets jaunes, to get the management to take notice. You can read his post here.
The last of our top five most-read posts was Michael St George on ‘Williamson, Huawei, and the Penny that hasn’t dropped’ – the significance of the preferment of Penny Mordaunt. You can read it here.