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The Red Flag is turning Blue as Sir Keir Starmer abandons Socialism and sets his eyes on Number 10 in 2024

Trevor Grundy | 24 November, 2022

Sir Keir Starmer with the man his spin doctors want British voters to forget, Jeremy Corbyn   THE STARMER PROJECT – A Journey to the Right by Oliver Eagleton (Verso,…   Read more >

Antisemitism: Prominent authors pick books that best tell the story of the world’s oldest and most lethal hatred

Trevor Grundy | 14 November, 2022

  The best books on antisemitism 11 authors have picked their favorite books about antisemitism and why they recommend each book Memoir of a Fascist Childhood By Trevor Grundy Recommended by Richard…   Read more >

‘Red List’ – New book gives a valuable insight into the world of M15 and the pro-communist wannabes it monitored

Trevor Grundy | 7 September, 2022

Book Review Red List – MI5 and British Intellectuals in the Twentieth Century by David Caute, Verso (2022) 404 pp. £25.00) Review by Trevor Grundy   THE HISTORIAN and journalist…   Read more >

Ndabaningi Sithole: Zimbabwe’s forgotten intellectual and leader

Trevor Grundy | 9 July, 2022

Jubilant supporters welcome Rev.Ndaabaningi Sithole back to the land of his birth in 1992 (Picture: Trevor Grundy)     Guest writer of the month Tinashe Mushakavanhu, University of Oxford (Reproduced…   Read more >

Winston Churchill: New book emphasises the dark side of Britain’s best-loved war-time leader

Trevor Grundy | 6 July, 2022

‘Winston Churchill – His Times, His Crimes’ by Tariq Ali (Verso, 419 pp. £25.00)   Trevor Grundy reviews a book that could open the eyes of a new generation of…   Read more >

Deeper research is required if we are to understand a brutal war that turned Rhodesia into Zimbabwe

Trevor Grundy | 27 January, 2022

BOOK REVIEW   A Brutal State of Affairs – The Rise and fall of Rhodesia by Henrik Ellert and Dennis Anderson (Weaver Press, Harare, Zimbabwe, 2020 pp 412)   by…   Read more >

New book sheds fresh light on Italian war crimes in Ethiopia and the help the Pope gave to Mussolini’s fascists

Trevor Grundy | 25 January, 2022

Book Review ‘Holy War – The untold story of Catholic Italy’s crusade against the Ethiopian Orthodox Church’ by Ian Campbell (Hurst & Company, London, 449 pp) by Trevor Grundy  …   Read more >

JAMES CHIKEREMA: An unforgettable Rumble in the Jungle long before dreams turned into nightmares in Zimbabwe

Trevor Grundy | 8 September, 2021

James Chikerema, one of the founding fathers of Zimbabwe. His massive contribution to African freedom has been air-brushed out of  official history by nervous pen – pushers and sycophantic politicians…   Read more >

A timely and courageous insight into an African despot who won the hearts and wallets of the global elite

Trevor Grundy | 30 April, 2021

  ‘DO NOT DISTURB -The story of a political murder and an African Regime gone bad’ by Michela Wrong (Fourth Estate, London 2021 pp. 488)   Review by Trevor Grundy…   Read more >

Giuseppe Garibaldi – A hero of two worlds

Trevor Grundy | 14 November, 2020

  Garibaldi is best known for his invasion and conquest of Sicily in 1860 and his life-long fight for Italian unity. Not so well- known is the way he spent…   Read more >