Review: A Brutal State of Affairs


By Andrew Field The genesis of “A Brutal State of Affairs” lies in Henrik Ellert’s original work “Rhodesian Front War”, but it is a vastly improved work in which Henrik is co-authored by Dennis Anderson. Both men were tangled in the murky world of intelligence as operatives in Ken Flower’s Central Intelligence Organisation (as members … Continue reading Review: A Brutal State of Affairs

Policing Principles Taking the Knee


By Andrew Field - Follow on Twitter Sir Robert Peel is often known as the father of policing.  Over the years since 1829, when Royal assent was given to the Metropolitan Police Act, the nine Principles of Police were established, which have come to be known as the Peelian Principles.  This doctrine became almost universally … Continue reading Policing Principles Taking the Knee

ThinkPol : Alive and well in 2018


By Andrew Field - Follow on Twitter I was humoured the other day by the Facebook thought control police (ThinkPol – Orwell in Nineteen Eighty-Four)… I wrote a sentence containing two words, “Muslim” and “kill”, and, no, it wasn’t “kill all Muslims”. I was temporarily suspended for this heinous hate crime. After being wrapped on … Continue reading ThinkPol : Alive and well in 2018