Saxon service Kipple

Before St Francis preached to the animals there was Eddi, the secretary and biographer for St Wilfrid, whom legend says preached to an ox and a donkey.
Eddi's Service (A.D. 687) Eddi, priest of St. Wilfrid In his chapel at Manhood End, Ordered a…
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A diversion to the Antipodes [Isaiah 52]

Yesterday I was talking to the hospital shuttle driver. He was hoping this morning was fine (it is out of town, but the son says it is foggy in town) because he is drumming in the Pipe band. The Crossfit box has one workout today . It is ANZAC day, and we recall that those of us in the antipodes have had brothers, uncles and fathers die on foreign fields from South Africa to Afghanistan. Read More

Brexit: The English are best. [Kipple]

Brexit Secretary David Davis said tonight: 'Parliament has today backed the Government in its determination to get on with the job of leaving the EU and negotiating a positive new partnership with its remaining member states. 'We are now on the…
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The white man’s burden is to resist.

If you expect those who accept your aid who are not of your faith or tribe you will be disappointed. We have been told that whites matter not. That we should not take up the burden of leading. That we should leave our homelands and let the newly… Read More

Half a Kipple

After The snow lies thick on Valley Forge, The ice on the Delaware, But the poor dead soldiers of King George They neither know nor care. Not though the earliest primrose break On the sunny side of the lane, And scuffling… Read More

The white man’s burden Kipple remains.

The Democrats are not only corrupt but craven.
The White Man's Burden TAKE up the White Man's burden - Send forth the best ye breed - Go bind your sons to exile To serve your captives' need; To wait in heavy harness On fluttered folk and wild - Your new-caught sullen peoples, Half devil and half child. Take up the White Man's burden - In patience to abide To veil the threat of…
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Kipple day of

The English Way After the fight at Otterburn, Before the ravens came, The Witch-wife rode across the fern And spoke Earl Percy's name. "Stand up-stand up, Northumberland. I bid you answer true, If England's… Read More