Protected: The 2017 Manchester Arena Bombing – A Wolf in Wolf’s Clothing

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The Cult of Tradition: Let’s Make The Past Great Again! ™

Before you went to the bar, Mr Farage, we were talking about why people like you and me were jumping into our little spaceships and hurtling back through time. I was talking about time just being another modern consumable and argued that providing there were enough independent time traders like your good self around, going…

Black Goddess Rising: Beyonce Gets Political at the Super Bowl

Here’s another side to the Super Bowl half-time anarchy-show put on by Beyonce and her beret-wearing, fist-waving, pin-up Panther chorus-line. Two members of the New Black Panther Party, Brandon Baldwin and Olajuwon Davis were each awarded seven year sentences last year for their part in a plot to bomb Police. The attack itself was planned…

Je Suis Charlie Manson – Isis Reboot Helter Skelter

When I get to the bottom I go back to the top of the slide Where I stop and I turn and I go for a ride Till I get to the bottom and I see you again Yeah yeah yeah hey Anonymous, the loose collective of anarchists and hacktivists who declared ‘war on terrorism’…

Lenin’s London: 6 Oakley Square & Winifred Gottschalk

In November 1911 Lenin made one of his last visits to London. The future Soviet leader is believed to have been in town to give a lecture on ‘Stolypin and the Revolution’. The lecture took place at King’s Hall in Whitechapel, a venue whose popularity with political exiles meant that it had much in common…

Lenin at 16 Percy Circus, London

16 Percy Circus, St Pancras — 1905 Lenin arrived in London, via Berlin, at the back-end of April 1905 for the 3rd Congress of the Russian Social Democratic Labour Party. Little is known about the congress, shrouded as it was in the utmost secrecy. The 1905 Revolution in Russia had got underway in January of…

Lenin at 30 Holford Square, London 1902

30 Holford Square, St Pancras, London — 1902 Vladimir Ilyich Lenin and his wife Nadezhda Krupskaya resided at 30 Holford Square from April 1902 until May 1903. As Bob Henderson’s seminal article, Lenin and the British Museum (Solanus, Vol 4) points out, it was from this address that Lenin, using his now customary pseudonym, Jacob…

Lenin at 21 Tavistock Square, London, St Pancras 1908

21 Tavistock Place, St Pancras — 1908 In May 1908 Vladimir Ilyich Lenin arrives back in London carrying a written recommendation from Joseph J. Terrett in support of a request for entry into the British Museum Library. Sadly, on being unable to find a Joseph J. Terrett at the address provided on the reference, the…