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Braverman was right

Dear Editor

I agree with TCW over what Suella Braverman had to say. The marches should have been banned. It may have caused some problems, but it had much support from the populace and would have put a marker in the ground saying ‘Enough’! The Met Police caved and it should have been Mr Sunak and the government who made the statement which Mrs Braverman had the courage to make. 

I fear large agendas are at play which involve the protesters and their base which is utterly hostile to our heritage. Not just the UK alone. 

This was an opportunity to maintain some remnant of our heritage but is now sacrificed. 

John Corcoran


I am disgusted and angry with the Tories

Dear Editor 

I don’t think I’ve ever been more disgusted with the ‘Tory’ party than at the moment. 

The genuine conservatives have been dispensed with to be replaced by globalist pawns in a WEF game of chess they have been instructed to lose.

In four years we’ll be back in the EU . . . that’s the plan. And it’ll be a very different EU from the one we ‘left’. It’ll be a globalist shill which brooks no criticism.

I can’t remember the last time I felt this angry.

Sean Walsh


You can’t decarbonise Nature

Dear Editor 

Experts fear that the Icelandic Fagradalsfjall volcano will erupt and Grindavik, a town of 4,000 people (now evacuated), will be wiped out. There are about 1,350 active volcanoes in the world and between 50 and 85 erupt every year, throwing out lava and greenhouse gases. There are 2,000 earthquakes every year. Tornadoes, hurricanes, tsunamis add to the destruction. The clearing up and rebuilding with concrete, steel and diesel-powered machinery creates more greenhouse gases than puny mankind can ever save. Nature is a force that cannot be tamed so mankind must learn to adapt, and the money wasted on COP talking shops, those with ‘climate’ in their job titles and those on the taxpayer-funded Climate Gravy Train should instead be used to adapt to a changing climate. The climate apostles can tell us exactly how much greenhouse gases can be saved if we cut out meat for one day a week so why do they never publish the volume of greenhouse gases caused by Mother Nature? 

Clark Cross



Cameron is a menace

Dear Editor

I am horrified at the appointment of the former prime minister David Cameron as foreign secretary, as he demonstrably lacks two of the essential characteristics for that difficult role: skill as a negotiator and a realistic understanding of non-Western parts of the world.

Had Mr Cameron been a skilled negotiator, it is highly probable that he would have won sufficient concessions, in particular on control of our borders, to have achieved a remain vote in the 2016 Brexit referendum. Because he would not call Angela Merkel’s bluff and was incapable of threatening to lead the leave campaign, he came home empty-handed.

Had he had any real understanding of the Middle East, Britain would never have intervened to support the revolt against the regime of Muammar Gaddafi in Libya in 2011. Certainly, Gaddafi led a brutal dictatorship, however the alternative was not democracy and human rights, but repeated bouts of civil war, a country carved into fiefdoms and various horrific Islamists groups energised.

In these difficult times, David Cameron represents nothing more than complacency and conventional wisdom politely and pleasantly packaged. He will be a menace to our national security and wider national interest.

Otto Inglis



The more they gag us, the more we speak out

Dear Editor

I’m an avid supporter of TCW, having discovered you via GB News.

Thank you for sharing; whenever censorship occurs, I go out and buy the book, read the articles, see the films and subscribe to those who are trying to be silenced. Happily, there are still outlets and platforms to which we have freedoms to pursue and discover for ourselves, aside from the bilge that the legacy media seek to feed us.

I am reminded by what Neil Oliver said in one of his monologues, (not verbatim, but in summary), that ‘water will find the cracks’. We (as like-minded tribes) will always find ways to share and commune together.

Hearing Bob Moran just a moment ago on a podcast (you see, because of your Week In Review email I now know of Bob’s work), he used the term ‘The Awakened Community’. Indeed, this is the very community that we gladly belong to. 

A little less poetic, I confess, but I like to refer to the analogy of the ‘whack-a-mole’, given that here are increasing numbers who are joining the ‘Awakened Community’. When one is silenced, many more vocal opinions are birthed.

Hence, come what may, those who seek to silence and control the narrative are doomed. We cannot be controlled, as if God alone gave us free will, then heaven knows that free will can never be taken from us. 

Thank you again for your delightful writings. It’s not often that I respond, however I was compelled to do so this morning.

Bless you.

Michael Johnson 

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