Tag Archives: Human rights

There is Something Rotten

We live here, they live there. They live there and we’ll keep them there. Here is for us, only us. There is for them. They wish to be here. Of course they do; here the land is fertile, the climate … Continue reading

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August 1470 AH: CaliphateUK

We’ve all learnt to avert our eyes when we walk past the bland façade that is 642 Curzon Street, that’s if we are unlucky or foolish enough to find ourselves in that part of London. The thugs lounging around the … Continue reading

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The History Class Field Trip

Welcome to the transport museum. Please take note of the location of fire escapes and toilets. No food and drink is allowed in the exhibition halls. We are highlighting two exhibits this week: The first is the Sherman tank which … Continue reading

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Overheard #1: The Housing Officer

“We’ll move the family to a small bed and breakfast hotel in a coastal town. Cheaper than trying to house them in the city. It’s the best thing we can do for them. Plus we tick a box, save some … Continue reading

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