Tag: Education

HOMESCHOOLING IS….

It is estimated that upwards of 50,000 children are being educated outside of the UK mainstream school system right now, with the numbers increasing by around 80% each year. You may like to ask why that might be.

OUTLAW HEROES #6….

The sixth in a series of articles which recognises real-life Outlaw Heroes Thomas Spence: The Poor Man’s Revolutionary Thomas Spence (1750 – 1814) was an English Radical and advocate of the common ownership of land. He was born in Newcastle-on-Tyne, the son of a Scottish net and shoe maker. He was one of the leading […]

WRONG ON ALL LEVELS….

I have been giving a lot of thought lately, as to what I believe is really wrong with this country. Or the world for that matter. Why everything seems so completely ‘out of step’ with everything that you have always believed to be a ‘normal’ existence. You just ‘know’ that things are not right, but […]

INVESTITURE HILL….

Originally a small farm house close to Clay’s Farm on the outskirts of Wrexham, ‘Bryn Estyn’ was part of the Erlas Hall estate, belonging to the Davies Family. It passed by marriage into the Kyffin family until 1783 when Sir Thomas Kyffin sold it to the Wrexham banker Richard Lloyd, who, shortly afterwards built the […]

AGAINST NATURAL LAW….

There is no satisfactory explanation that I have found for how humans came to be on this planet. ‘Evolution, Creation or something else?’ Discounting Darwin’s Theory and God, only one plausible option remains that makes any sense to me, a ‘third option’ if you like. To me, if Darwin was right, why are there still […]

‘ONE LESS PERSON’….

The year 2006 was the year the HPV vaccine (Gardasil) was introduced to the general public, through massive media hype praising the ‘value’ of the inoculation for girls 9 to 26 years of age. Their famous line: “One less girl to get cervical cancer,” was used in an award-winning TV commercial for example. (I wonder […]

ONE SCHOOL OF THOUGHT….

When the Prussian government implemented the first truancy laws in the early 1800s, they had to march crying children away from their families at the point of a bayonet. So why the application of such force? Was it because the State needed its docile taxpayers and useful idiots? With ruthless efficiency, the Prussian state decided […]

END OF THE BRIDGE….

In and around the south Wales town of Bridgend, between the years 2007 – 2009, at least 25 young people had taken their own lives. All but one had hanged themselves and it has had very little in depth coverage in the mainstream media. The local MP Madeline Moon, had even announced, “The Media were […]

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