All In Britain Posts

April 28, 2023 / / Identity
February 20, 2023 / / Race

I usually don’t mind suffering administrative schlepps when applying for jobs, albeit annoying. There is usually a gargantuan catalogue of forms to be completed and furnished for both the sake of registration with a recruitment agency and for compliance with the law. But the same is not true when I…

December 22, 2022 / / Royalty

Reading about the ongoing turmoil in the Royal Family and its effects on the nation, I suspect I am a member of the vanishingly small minority who sees us all as trapped in the P.G. Wodehouse novel from Hell. Here’s how it might go… Bingo Little has fallen head over…

May 28, 2022 / / Education

The history and lives of South Africans are beset with ironic contradictions. As the saying goes: the more things change, the more they stay the same. In my life time alone, I have witnessed a white supremacist system of oppression obsessed with race replaced with an Afrocentric socialist system fixated on achieving equality through racial quotas.Left-wing racialist agendas have now completely conquered my erstwhile homeland and this system gets re-elected time and again despite its obvious and dangerous failings. Its re-election is mostly riding on a catalogue of grievances against the white community cynically exploited by black nationalist parties such as the African National Congress and the Economic Freedom Fighters. Some of them are genuine grievances, but others are simply divisive inventions and the antithesis to the non-racial society envisioned by well-meaning South Africans during the transition period from minority rule to democracy.

April 15, 2022 / / Education

This article is dedicated to late Professor BM Mayosi.

At South African tertiary institutions, all employees – both black and white – lived in terror of it.

It was (and still is) at the very least a career limiting indictment and, at worst, it could mean public disgrace or suicide. This fear is the fear of being (falsely) accused of racism or being associated with any form of white supremacy.

February 1, 2022 / / Education

An academic’s view on why the UCU is wrong to use ‘pay gaps’ to justify strike action I will not be participating in the forthcoming university strikes and am not a member of the University and College Union (UCU) which is organising them. However, I see that one of the…

December 27, 2021 / / Culture

For some among us, there comes a time when we realise our teenage convictions were somewhat misguided. We discover that our parents’ dusty beliefs are not so terribly ill-conceived, having a much sharper understanding of the modern world than we had previously imagined. Luckiest are we who grasp this while still young, before our parents’ departure.

December 24, 2021 / / Culture

Anyone who has read me knows full well that I can’t bear the identitarian politics bandwagon and increasingly I’ve been arguing this is a middle class issue. This is a personal monologue and will need refining over time but for the time being this is what I think it’s all…

September 27, 2021 / / Politics

The England manager is the best since Sir Alf Ramsey but his flirtation with identity politics is a problem and risks undermining his position. England manager Gareth Southgate has recently said there are not “enough” women working for him. His comments were made at the Royal Television Society’s Cambridge Convention…

April 4, 2021 / / Health

Medical research seldom shoulders the burden of such hope and faith as it does today. Widely considered to be our greatest asset in our current predicament, its success has relied on a noble attempt to recruit the brightest in society, regardless of background. To deviate from such a custom would,…