Eventually, I came to a small stone house with logs piled up to the roof and a couple of tables covered piled with Kale under a lean-to. Faded letters announced: (more…)
Setting off at a mighty clip from Zagarolo, I stuck to the main road and thus saw the buttresses and arches of Palestrina only in (more…)
As promised to friends – a simple real-time account of a walk I am undertaking in preparation for the imminent uprising in Europe and final storming of Constantinople by Christian forces (I am in need of exercise). No room for a fancy prose style while I’m still on the road, I’m afraid. Each new post (more…)
I’ve just compared the pre-Brexit opinion polls with the US election polls. Similar pattern: ‘Remain’ was a few points ahead of ‘Brexit’ the day before, with about 6% undecided. Here’s what the US are not learning from Britain: ‘Undecided voters’ are merely (more…)
It behoves me once again to be in London. I awoke as my plane was passing over the South coast of (more…)
A little after the new Foreign Secretary, Alexander ‘Boris’ Johnson, was booed at the French embassy yesterday, France commenced its annual celebrations of the bloodthirsty terrorist revolution against their monarchy.
Now, I think it was Chairman Deng Xiaoping who said (more…)
I’m now going to say about Brexit what I used to say about the EU: it is like a Shark – it must keep moving forwards or it will suffocate.
Firstly – don’t panic. (more…)