Posts Tagged ‘Obituary’


A brief word in respect for Labour MP Gerald Kaufman, who passed away a few days ago.

Kaufman, who served as a Member of Parliament from 1970 until his death in 2017, was the longest-serving MP in the House.

It was curious that Kaufman happened to pass away at precisely the time I was putting the finishing touches on a very extensive article that I’ve been working on since December – specifically about the extremist nationalists in Israel and about Israeli agencies’ connection to the rising Far-Right parties and politicians in Europe and the West. (more…)



Just a quick post here, to pay respect to Jerry Doyle, who has just died.

The news of his passing, at the age of 60, caught me off-guard. Known to some as a talk radio host, to others as a right-libertarian political commentator, he was also founder of the popular content platform Epic Times. (more…)


There are few modern actors or famous entertainers who have as much effortless charisma as Alan Rickman.
There aren’t many people who could narrate about a tortoise munching a strawberry and make it entertaining.


David Bowie

It’s really weird when someone like David Bowie dies, because he’s one of those people who seems immortal, like they’ll be around forever; like he’s such a permanent part of the cultural landscape that he couldn’t possibly not be there anymore.
It’s as if the Eiffel Tower or the Statue of Liberty were suddenly gone from Paris or New York.


Christopher Lee, aside from being one of the last greats, was also like some otherwordly force at times too.
It’s difficult in fact to even think of him being deceased without imagining him lingering on as some powerful, supernatural being.