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The musings of a Mancunian living in Mexico. The mixture is anti-imperialism & anti-globalism, with a good pinch of cynicism for added flavour.

Owner: Exile

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Language: English

Tags: socialism, working class, globalisation, imperialism, anti-war

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Latest Blog Posts for The Exile

  • Farewell - at least for now
    on Dec 14, 2010
    I really should have posted this valedictory comment a long time ago, but what with one thing and another it got forgotten about.Since I now live in Northern England, having a blog that looks at home from the perspective of an outsider makes no sense...
  • Blog Announcement
    on Aug 12, 2010
    What's happening with the Exile? The quick answer is that your favourite blogger is basically living on the charity of an old mate and must soon move elsewhere. That elsewhere is going to be one of the the northern mill towns, and the act of sorting...
  • Is this the way to hit the social work industry?
    on Aug 1, 2010 in Social-Work-Industry-04
    Christopher Booker is still throwing stones larger than himself at the social work industry and getting some fairly outraged comments from people who share his anger at the antics of these bovine sub-normals. On commentator suggested that since Booke...
  • Vote for the Exile!
    on Jul 29, 2010
    Total Politics is running its top 100 blog list again and this year your friendly old Exile forgot all about it which means we will be lucky to keep our place in the list. Voting ends at midnight on Saturday, so please create your list of at least fi...
  • How to catch women
    on Jul 28, 2010
    I was having a drink and fell to chatting with a young fellow who was bemoaning his lack of leg-overs. Being an amiable soul your friendly old Exile fell to reminiscing, and what follows is the sum total of that reverie. There are basically two ways...
  • A future for social workers?
    on Jul 21, 2010 in Social-Work-Industry-04
    Christopher Booker over at the Telegraph has developed a real interest in doing over the social work industry. Now that we have a government that does not rely on the votes of creatures like that we should put aside our differences with types like th...
  • A tale of Berlin, 1945
    on Jul 18, 2010
    I was having a liquid evening with a Russian the other day and he told me the story of his late grandfather who was part of the army that took Berlin in 1945. It seems that grandpappa was exercising a man's right to choose by slipping a length to som...
  • Afghan War to end in 2014
    on Jul 18, 2010
    Britain's contribution to the war against Afghanistan will end in 2014 according to secret documents obtained by the Independent. Which rather begs the question, who will be the last British solider to die so that our politicians can demonstrate the...
  • Cameron is wrong over Raoul Moat Affair
    on Jul 15, 2010
    Nobody emerges with any credit from the Raoul Moat affair. Start with Samantha Stobbart who took the opportunity of his imprisonment to tell him that she was dumping him and then in one of those moments that women sometimes have, went on to write tha...
  • Britain revokes Anna Chapman's passport
    on Jul 13, 2010
    The government has revoked the British passport of Russian born Anna Chapman, the girl the American accused of spying.Given that all she seems to have done is take publicly available information and then pass it on as being the results of her efforts...
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