Archive for November 2016

Fakes and facts

According to Wikipedia: A significant amount of fraudulent news during the 2016 United States election cycle came from adolescent youths in Macedonia attempting to rapidly profit from those believing their falsehoods. And when the BBC sent a reporter to the town of Veles Macedonia she found the streets lined with new cars and motor bikes and the bars... Read More »

Vanishing act

Back in September last year, I wrote about the efforts of Plaid Cymru AM Simon Thomas to find out what was going on with regard to irregular payments to Mr Cathal McCosker under the Commercial Property Grant Scheme (CPGS) in Pembroke Dock (see Cover-up). In response to his questions, Mr Thomas received a letter from Welsh... Read More »

Brexit road block

Although I was out on the streets campaigning for Brexit, I can’t go along with all this betrayal of democracy stuff that has followed the High Court’s decision that Parliament must take the decision on the triggering of Article 50. As I have said endlessly, we live in a constitutional democracy under the rule of... Read More »