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Covid-19: Leading British philosopher wonders if mankind is descending into a state of collective derangement

Trevor Grundy | 27 June, 2020

    TREVOR GRUNDY says that a review by the British philosopher John Gray of a two-year old book by an American historian is worth reading because of the fresh…   Read more >

Slaughter of the Innocents -That kind of thing can’t happen here . . .

Trevor Grundy | 13 June, 2020

Slaughter of the Innocents: That kind of thing can’t happen here  . . .   By Trevor Grundy Britain’s Health Secretary Matt Hancock is thankful that Black Lives Matter (BLM)…   Read more >

Zimbabwe’s best- loved musical instrument is introduced to billions during cultural diversity week

Trevor Grundy | 22 May, 2020

Kenny Mangwena  from Zimbabwe playing the mbira at an African culture festival organised by Music for Change in Canterbury, southern England  (Picture: Trevor Grundy)   By Trevor Grundy As many…   Read more >

People with a fighting spirit can beat the virus – “A myth that needs de-bunking” says top TV presenter

Trevor Grundy | 9 April, 2020

By Trevor Grundy London, April 9 (2020)  – – –  It has been rightly said that Truth is the first casualty of war, to which we might add “and God…   Read more >

Former Supreme Court judge warns that Britain could be heading towards a police state

Trevor Grundy | 30 March, 2020

Former Supreme Court judge warns that Britain could be heading towards a police state By Trevor Grundy London, March 30, 2020 – – -The British public, the police, politicians and…   Read more >

Traditional religious beliefs can fuel the spread of killer viruses in Africa and Asia

Trevor Grundy | 4 March, 2020

First published in the October 2015 edition of the Zambian monthly magazine “The Bulletin and Record”   President Obama says that if the Ebola virus mutates –making it even more…   Read more >

Remembering Spanish Flu that swept the world after the First World War (1914-1918)

Trevor Grundy | 4 March, 2020

History (From articles published in Politicsweb (South Africa) Cold Type (Canada) and Asian Affairs (London) in August 2014) The rise of antibiotic superbugs poses what the British Prime Minister David…   Read more >

Malice in Wonderland – A Commonwealth saga that grows ‘curiouser and curiouser’ by the day

Trevor Grundy | 21 February, 2020

  By Trevor Grundy   “Curiouser and curiouser,” exclaimed Alice when she came across Tweedledum and Tweedledee at the Pool of Tears in Lewis Carroll’s  Alice in Wonderland. Un-grammatical but…   Read more >

The Commonwealth’s “Baroness Shameless” is told to get a grip or go

Trevor Grundy | 5 February, 2020

  At a time when Britain is looking to friends outside the European Union, New Zealand has pulled its funding for the Commonwealth Secretariat, the London – based body that…   Read more >

Christians in Europe share a common memory of the murdered saint who defied an English king

Trevor Grundy | 29 December, 2019

By  TREVOR GRUNDY   Thomas Becket, the 12th century’s “turbulent priest” whose murder in Canterbury Cathedral on December 29, 1170  brought a powerful mediev0al monarch to his knees  during a…   Read more >