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Month: November 2015

Blogging for your life

Yesterday, I wrote about the horrible attacks committed by Islamic fundamentalists, which once again struck the heart of France, and the civilised world along with her. Today I’d like to discuss other victims of religious fundamentalism. Because whilst terrorism is not (quite) a daily occurrence, state and mainstream fundamentalism are in…

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Lest we forget 19th century’s unnecessary casualties

Today marks the annual Remembrance Sunday tribute. Throughout the day, ceremonies across Britain honour the fallen heroes who died in both World Wars. It is also an occasion to acknowledge those who continue to risk their lives around the world. Few people would argue the struggle of 1939 wasn’t a worthy cause, and there’s little…

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Spectre film review

Yesterday, I went to see the latest James Bond film: Spectre. I originally meant to see it in Imax – I’ve never been – but it was impossible to get a ticket for it. First Saturday since release and all that. I ended up watching it in Xtreme 4K, which…

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