Marx on Monday – The Christmas dream

Happy Christmas to you all – not that it’s going to be a happy one for the Marx family. There’ll be no presents and no Christmas dinner for the kids this year thanks to George posh-boy Osborne. Osborne is not one of our own. Heir to a Baronetcy and the Osborne and Little posh wallpaper […]

The Bogpaper 2012 survey

We’re all feeling stressed around this time of year dedicating our energies to buying presents with money we don’t have, for people we don’t like and who don’t even need those presents. It’s exhausting. So why not take a break, make a cup of tea and take our Bogpaper 2012 survey.

Delingpole on Friday: Linehan and the rest of the Wankocracy

Did you hear about the rich comedian who bigged up South American Marxist dictators, rejected science, welcomed press censorship, and wanted his poor fans to have expensive energy bills and crap, rationed healthcare? No, it’s OK. I don’t think it’s funny either. Which is what makes it so appropriate in the context of this week’s […]

Reader post: Thoughts on IPCC report

Thanks to regular reader Simon Roberts for his offering below, which he was inspired to write on the leaked draft IPCC report. Leave your comments and thoughts below!     So, it seems that the IPCC are about to admit what many of us have known all along – that the warming of the environment at […]

Marx on Monday – George Monbiot, my hero.

If there’s one thing that makes my blood boil it’s “objective scientists” – you know, the sort of idiots that do their research, consider their evidence and come to objective conclusions – which, more often than not – are the wrong conclusions! Let me give you an example. A few years ago I was accused […]

A Mission Statement for Britain

Wow, Bogpaper Towers is on fire! We’ve got another guest contributor joining us – The Commonwealth Crusader.   As Britain inevitably and inexorably distances itself from a centralised, undemocratic and sclerotic Europe and begins to make good the grievous errors made since 1945, it is necessary to put in place a new structure, or rather […]