To put it quite simply, the class that holds power through the ownership of the means of production, decides what the State decrees as ‘truth’
Month: Jul 2018
The Ancient Britons who Became the Progressive Picts – a Brief Marxist Critique
A lack of clear thinking dominates the subject of Pictish history, which is relayed to us not by the Picts themselves (as we know very
The Brave Roma (Gypsies) who Fought in the Soviet Red Armed Forces (1941-1945)
(Research and Translation by Adrian Chan-Wyles) The Roma (often referred to as ‘Gypsies’ due to a false belief they originated in Egypt), have lived a
Traveller Update: Sainsburys (Cheam) Locks its gate!
A gate linking Sainsburys car-park to the children’s playground in Fairfield Park has been firmly shut and pad-locked. This has effectively ‘blocked’ the direct route
Burgh Heath – Marbles Pond (21.7.2018)
Burgh Heath – Marbles Pond This is a wooded area surrounded by what is left of Banstead Common – although the area is often referred
Clattern Bridge – Kingston-Upon-Thames (c. 1175 CE)
These were highly competitive, violent affairs that saw the ball kicked and carried by two teams of varying number. This is how British football evolved, with many local areas separating into two teams and beating the hell out of one another (usually irrespective of who actually possessed the ball!! Eventually, the Local Authorities transferred these games to purpose-built playing fields and the modern game of football was developed.