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Theresa May: The Bankruptcy of British Politics By Mark Romel
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Everyone can see the signs. The British political class have failed to understand reality, and their Reign of Error will soon be over. New voices will emerge and replace the decrepit, bankrupt system... More > that has dutifully served the British establishment for as long as anyone can remember. This is a deconstruction of Theresa May's monstrous speech at the Tory Party Conference in 2016 where she masqueraded as a meritocrat despite being the leader of the party that supports an anti-meritocratic monarch as the head of state, an anti-meritocratic private education system (where all that matters is the wealth of your parents), and anti-meritocratic, rentier capitalism where those who have the most assets run and own the country despite not doing a single stroke of meritorious work. Let's see if May has a coherent plan, or if she just strings sentences together and hopes no one will notice that she is politically naked and clueless.< Less
Kings, Queens and History. In Rhyme By Deric Barry
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An easy way to study the colourful history of Great Britain. The Kings and Queens of Britain from William the Conqueror to Queen Elizabeth the Second, in rhyme.
War Making and the Rights of Parliament By Reform Foundation Limited & Graham Allen MP
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Royal Prerogative powers allow Prime Ministers to take the country to war without any formal requirement for the consent of Parliament. Votes for military involvement in Iraq and against it in Syria... More > have helped established a convention for consultation with the House of Commons over military action, but the ultimate legal authority still rests with the executive. Graham Allen MP argues that powers vested in the monarch but exercised by Ministers without a legal need for Parliamentary approval are an anachronism and that: “Only by introducing a written constitution will it be possible fully to establish the principle that the executive derives all its powers from the people, and that it is accountable to them and their representatives for the way it uses them”.< Less
Blood Prints of the Gods: The Human Bloodline of the Anunnaki By HOWARD WEST
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Blood Prints of the Gods is an enlightening book of outstanding simplicity. Learn today from historical findings and esoteric doctrines how aliens created the first human Neanderthal, a creature the... More > ancient Sumerians called “Adamu”. Learn how this Neanderthal alien bloodline became the sacred blood line of the ancient Sumerians; a bloodline that is worshiped and adored in secret societies to this day. Find out how this same bloodline has been ruling the world, since the days of ancient Babylon and the Egyptian pharaohs. See how the bloodline reigned over Alexander’s Greece and how it reigns today through the royal crown of the British Monarchy. The author takes the reader on a journey through history, beginning hundreds of thousands of years ago and carrying you to the present, where the bloodline conspires to control the entire planet. Blood Pr< Less
Blood Prints of the Gods: The Human Bloodline of the Anunnaki By HOWARD WEST
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Blood Prints of the Gods is an enlightening book of outstanding simplicity. Learn today from historical findings and esoteric doctrines how aliens created the first human Neanderthal, a creature the... More > ancient Sumerians called “Adamu”. Learn how this Neanderthal alien bloodline became the sacred blood line of the ancient Sumerians; a bloodline that is worshiped and adored in secret societies to this day. Find out how this same bloodline has been ruling the world, since the days of ancient Babylon and the Egyptian pharaohs. See how the bloodline reigned over Alexander’s Greece and how it reigns today through the royal crown of the British Monarchy. The author takes the reader on a journey through history, beginning hundreds of thousands of years ago and carrying you to the present, where the bloodline conspires to control the entire planet. Blood Pr< Less
Magic Words By Peter McMurray
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This book is a satire based on contemporary Australian politics. The Australian Prime Minister succumbs to coprolalia (compulsive swearing). The story explores hilarious ramifications, including... More > relationships with the British Monarch and the US President.< Less
Magic Words By Peter McMurray
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This book is a satire based on contemporary Australian politics. The Australian Prime Minister succumbs to coprolalia (compulsive swearing). The story explores hilarious ramifications, including... More > relationships with the British Monarch and the US President.< Less
Queen Victoria By Lytton Strachey
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Queen Victoria, born Alexandrina Victoria (1819 - 1901) ruled the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland from 1837 until her death. At the age of 18 she inherited the throne, ruling for 63... More > years, longer than any other British monarch - the longest reign of any female monarch in history. She is remembered for her strict and stodgy moral standards, not to mention having an era named after her. Lytton Strachey (1880 - 1832) is remembered not only for his brilliant biography of Queen Victoria, but for changing the nature of biography all together. His new school approach incorporated psychological insight and a touching sympathy, coupled with a detached irreverence for his subject. Until this time, biographies - especially of dead monarchs - were dull, drawn-out eulogies with very little artistic flair.< Less
The Queen's Caprice By Marjorie Bowen
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There have been few more controversial figures in British history than Mary Queen of Scots. In this thrilling novel she is bought vividly back to life. She is a woman shrouded in secrecy and... More > surrounded by violence who has learnt to use her desirability to intoxicate her subjects into carrying out her will. Yet despite this natural authority she cannot escape the domineering men who not only sway the court but the opinion of the people. And as acts of murder and treachery unfold, the Earl of Bothwell hovers as a tantalising presence on the outskirts, capturing the queen’s capricious attention. ‘The Queen’s Caprice’ is an enthralling historical romance set during the reign of one of Scotland’s most captivating monarchs.< Less
The Battle of Copake Lake By Schuyler Van de Carr
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“Do we exist as the property and for the enrichment of England or do we stand as free men in our own country? Do we bend a knee in prayer or to a violent monarch?” Pivotal events... More > during the American Revolution converge to bring peaceful Copake Lake into the War of Independence. General Washington’s attempts to blockade the Hudson River and prevent British warships from dividing the colonies have been met with failure. The great chain designed for this purpose has twice failed and before another attempt is made, must be tested unobserved. British spies are everywhere, and agents of the Continental Army, the innkeeper’s beautiful daughter, and the boys at the still band together in this frantic contest. Can a secret known only to a strange Oneida warrior save the day?< Less

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