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Poetical Works by James  Thomson
Poetical Works by James Thomson
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
The verse here appears without its original formatting, so the text is virtually worthless. This is a problem with many free books of poetry on Kindle but I expect more from something that costs money.
The Islamic Republic of Dewsbury by Danny Lockwood
17 of 21 people found the following review helpful
This is a ground-level view of the genocide being inflicted on the British people by those whose job it is to protect them: politicians, journalists and the police. It shows how they consistently conspire against the interests of British indigenes in favour of the interests of alien incomers. Having read this book, I think it is no exaggeration to say that the British people are being subjected to racial persecution by their own government. Perhaps this sounds fantastical, but the many incidents described by the author leave no real room for doubt.

Among our governing elites, the obsession with race is so powerful that members of ethnic minorities (although the indigenous British… Read more
Days of Glory [DVD] (2006) <b>DVD</b> ~ Jamel Debbouze
Days of Glory [DVD] (2006) DVD ~ Jamel Debbouze
4 of 8 people found the following review helpful
The film is overrated. There's no way it's a 5-star film. I suspect many of those giving it 5 stars are doing to for political reasons. This is an explicitly political film. It is somewhat like a Soviet propaganda piece, the purpose of which is to demonstrate what a terrible thing racism is and how wonderful Islam is. The film was, in fact, part financed by a French government agency (the "Image et Diversité" Commission) whose explicit purpose is to promote positive images of immigration, diversity and multiculturalism.

Quite a few films with similar themes have been released in recent years, co-financed by the same agency. I find this troubling. It really is not… Read more