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Atlas Shrugged Defends the Individual

I got a really good Christmas present last year. A gift that opened up my imagination to an ideal world written by a celebrated writer called Ayn Rand and the book was called Atlas Shrugged. Atlas Shrugged is about objectivism.

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Posted in British Politics, business, Conservatism, objectivism, Science and Technology, Uncategorized

Giving Britain an Upper Hand

I have taken some time out from canvassing to write this post. It is a time for a case to vote Conservative. What ever could I say about this party of opportunity, bettering yourself and freedom that would make you vote

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Posted in Uncategorized, Westminster, Conservatism, European Union, Great Britain

Canvassing: Creativity through Communication

The best thing that I enjoy about working for a political party is an opportunity to communicate with constituents and invest my time in connecting with the establishment to better myself. Recently I have finished handing out the leaflets for

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Happiness is not hope and freedom, it’s something you make for yourself

Today I finished watching a dramatization of a classic novel written by Aldous Huxley called Brave New World. It is a story that is in contrast to Orwell’s 1984 which is a story about totalitarianism. Both of these novels describe

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Posted in Conservatism, Liberalism, Science and Technology, Uncategorized

Everybody out of the EU Reich: Origins and Migrants

Today I started this entry with a terrible tragedy happening in the European Union capital of Brussels in Belgium. It started with an attack in a public transport area consisting of a train network and an airport close to the

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Posted in British Sovereignty, Conservatism, European Union, Nationalist Protectionism, Parliament, Politics, UKIP, Uncategorized

Liberalism Vs Conservatism: Misplaced priorities and defending freedom

Over the last two months the world has become a scary place and more fighting has become inevitable. First Paris came under attack on 13 November 2015, then a series of terrorist scares across Europe and America have come, then

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Posted in Conservatism, Liberalism, Politics, terrorism, Uncategorized