Author: James Higham

True memories or false?

AK Haart, in his article “It doesn’t even have to be true“, writes: Climate change is a good example of an obviously false mainstream narrative damaged by persistent blogging. Very much so and his heading follows from that statement.  The…

Time to fight back on education

Alfin: Modern societies tend to shelter children from experiences and responsibilities which would be invaluable training for the future. Most of us live in a risk-aversive culture which protects children from “dangerous” learning situations which might eventually save their lives…

Copyright again

Aw, couldn’t have happened to a nicer company: The British Journal of Photography (BJP) brings us yet another story of aggressive assertion of copyright wreaking harm on artists — the very people it allegedly empowers. It concerns some photos in…

Has it started?

Post by Rossa at my place. Don’t know what to say: Remember David Wilcock having a story about US Treasury Bonds – he posted photos of boxes with various FED banks’ stamps and seals and the bonds in them. Lots…

Taking the π

Looking at the jokes being played on us at the moment, how about, via JHL [not possible to link as it jumps to a webring], some politician speaking of human rights getting out of hand now – you know, crims…

Quick one via Small Dead Animals

A Muslim activist group with links to the Muslim Brotherhood has asked the British government to restrict the way the British media reports about Muslims and Islam. No big deal there, typical.  OK, the British government told them to eff…

The people who wreck education [3]

By this stage, various comments and questions have come in, some detailed here. I thought perhaps the best way to proceed was to speak of my experience of teaching English as a foreign language in Russia, as well as my…

Radical view of the dark ages

Click pic Bear with this one, people because if it’s right, it changes everything. “Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it”, from George Santayana (1863–1952). “The hasty reformer who does not remember the past will find…