James Higham is the founding author at Nourishing Obscurity. All his posts at this current site can be accessed here.
English, Northumbrian, Irish, Australian, half Russian, connections with France, Sicily, the States, Canada and South Africa, he returned to the UK in 2008.
Background mainly in education but also former storeman, DJ, builder, screenprinter, gardener, shop assistant, thespian, stage manager, military and various other ventures.
Loves sailing, rugby, cricket, music, wimmin, walks in the forest, snow and rain, dark chocolate, sailing, good company, single malts, Drambuie, nice reds, real ales, cycling, decent steak, vodka with dried fish and gherkins.
Prefers cooler climes and places with four proper seasons in the year.
Other sites he was/is involved with
The vaguely termed Them [oligarchs, banksters, the global elite], the left establishment, feminism, the gay mafia, the race card, victimhood card, the laughably termed “positive” discrimination, the destruction of our nation through rampant, unfettered immigration.
Since HRC’s error in labelling us Deplorables, the name has been adopted as a badge of honour.
Bottom line is that any humbug from any side, particularly that pushed by Them and loud tin cans in public is going to taken apart, not always in a gentle way. If it’s bunkum, it’s going to be savaged, always with links and quotes showing why.
Privately Christian, detesting fundamentalist bigotry, it’s not a major theme at the blog but he will attack any bollox written about it by those with an agenda.