Sixty Joyless De-Britished Uncrowned Commonpoor Years (1949-2009)

Elizabeth II Vice-Regal Saint: Remembering Paul Comtois (1895–1966), Lt.-Governor of Québec
Britannic Inheritance: Britain's proud legacy. What legacy will America leave?
English Debate: Daniel Hannan revels in making mince meat of Gordon Brown
Crazy Canucks: British MP banned from Canada on national security grounds
Happy St. Patrick's: Will Ireland ever return to the Commonwealth?
Voyage Through the Commonwealth: World cruise around the faded bits of pink.
No Queen for the Green: The Green Party of Canada votes to dispense with monarchy.
"Sir Edward Kennedy": The Queen has awarded the senator an honorary Knighthood.
President Obama: Hates Britain, but is keen to meet the Queen?
The Princess Royal: Princess Anne "outstanding" in Australia.
H.M.S. Victory: In 1744, 1000 sailors went down with a cargo of gold.
Queen's Commonwealth: Britain is letting the Commonwealth die.
Justice Kirby: His support for monarchy almost lost him appointment to High Court
Royal Military Academy: Sandhurst abolishes the Apostles' Creed.
Air Marshal Alec Maisner, R.I.P. Half Polish, half German and 100% British.
Cherie Blair: Not a vain, self regarding, shallow thinking viper after all.
Harry Potter: Celebrated rich kid thinks the Royals should not be celebrated
The Royal Jelly: A new king has been coronated, and his subjects are in a merry mood
Victoria Cross: Australian TROOPER MARK DONALDSON awarded the VC
Godless Buses: Royal Navy veteran, Ron Heather, refuses to drive his bus
Labour's Class War: To expunge those with the slightest pretensions to gentility
100 Top English Novels of All Time: The Essential Fictional Library
BIG BEN: Celebrating 150 Years of the Clock Tower

Tuesday, 18 March 2008

The Imperial Mark Steyn

7 comments:

Lord Best said...

I've heard his name but had not heard him speak before, bless his Imperialist little heart.
The is right on the money in regards to multi-culturalism and multi-culturalists as well. Believe me, if you had spent time at university in the last few years seeing what these people come up with, what they say and plot, you would be stricken with fear, not of other cultures, but of the enemy within the gates.

Pablo the Scot said...

Witty, entertaining and with a sharp mind able to cut right to the point, I hope to hear more of the irrepressable Mr Steyn!

Beaverbrook said...

I've known of him for years. Although you wouldn't know it with that Midlands accent of his, he's a Canuck of the pre-Pearson/Trudeau genre, and God bless his Anglospherist little heart for that. You've probably seen his writing in The Australian and countless other English-speaking newspapers, though today he spends most of his time blogging in The Corner at National Review.

Stauffenberg said...

Brilliant, spot on and entertaining. His statement about things that used to be called facts was just great.

Steyn is surely right about the hollowness of multiculturalism and the lack of beliefs and principles on which multiculturalism is based. If one does not, within reason, know and value one's culture, how can one urge migrants to respect it let alone be respected by them?

Jeff S. said...

Regarding the English vs. European distinction, I always wondered why the U.K. and the U.S. were not joined in a trade agreement ala NAFTA (not ala Maastricht). It would seem to make much more economic as well as cultural sense for England to be part of NAFTA than the European Union. You get the trade benefits without having your culture steamrolled by heavy handed Europa legislation.

Anonymousterry said...

Mark Steyn is a very astute journalist. I have read his book, America Alone, it is both witty and informative. Any one wishing to have a quick appreciation of the world around them would do themselves a big favor by reading it. Terry

John said...

Good to see Mark speaking at last!