I am a self-publishing author. I have high-functioning autism, which affects the way I interact with other people in certain social situations but, gets the job done nonetheless.
At the time of writing this article, I am set to study a PGCE Secondary in ICT and Computing at Cardiff Metropolitan University, whereby I will train to be a teacher.
I attended The Hollies School, which is a specialist school for children with various special needs. I made significant progress in my academic studies there and so when I was 8 years old, I moved to Pentrebane Primary School. I was supported by its ASC Base although Pentrebane is a mainstream school. When I turned 11, I transitioned to Cathays High School to access a mainstream secondary education supported by the ASC Life Skills Base in the school.
Whilst in Cathays, I achieved 8 GCSEs at A* to C. After that, I also studied and gained a number of qualifications in different subjects.
In addition to my subject areas, I participated in the school’s Duke of Edinburgh (D of E) group. The D of E has made a significant impact on my life. Most Saturdays saw me joining the other D of E students and school staff in activities to learn skills needed to survive the outdoors. Doing the D of E also allowed me to be able to relate to my peers. A few months after I joined the D of E group, I developed more confidence and a better understanding of other peoples’ feelings and flexibility – the second two qualities are usually difficult for someone with autism to grasp). Going on the walks and expeditions has allowed me to demonstrate my ability to cope in unexpected situations, which is a struggle for someone with autism. Within 2 years of joining the group, I achieved both the Bronze and Silver level awards and my sights were set on Gold.
When I started to do the Gold, I was disappointed to find out that Cathays didn’t have enough students to go on a Gold level expedition. I didn’t give up. I demonstrated perseverance and researched other D of E groups around Cardiff. I eventually found one at the Bishop of Llandaff High School. I made contact with the group leader and was accepted into the group to do the Gold expedition. I was faced with the challenge of meeting a new group of people in a different setting, but I wasn’t deterred. A lot of people with autism as I know would find this a difficult task to undertake. I completed one expedition in the Brecon Beacons in April 2013 when there was still snow on a few mountain peaks – that’s how cold it was. 3 months later, in the heat wave, I, along with my team, went on the rocky and boggy mountains of Dartmoor. From this undertaking, I passed and achieved the Gold level award.
The confidence I developed as a result of the D of E has contributed into other areas of my life. I took up karate by joining a karate club. Within 4 years, I achieved a black belt 1st Dan. 3 years later, I took up refereeing in karate competitions. To date, I refereed in 4 competitions. Other areas of my life include myself going on a residential cookery course in Somerset meeting with other young people from across the country who also wanted to develop cookery skills.
In 2014, I left Cathays High School and studied at Coleg Y Cymoedd to study an IT course there. It was then that I started to think about a business idea. Whilst I was there, I found out, almost by accident, a business opportunity. I found out about Big Ideas Wales and went along to one of their conferences, which was mostly discussing different business ideas. At that time (October 2014) I had a light bulb that lit up like a Christmas tree as I thought about my academic successes in Cathays High School. I did think about writing a book on what students should know in order to succeed in secondary school. That idea never really got off the ground. Regarding the Big Ideas Wales, I received an opportunity to audition my business idea so that I can get into their boot-camp. After that, I wasn’t successful, but as I say, he who dares wins.
My next point came in January 2015 whereby I started to go on a set of business courses funded by Business in Focus, which is a Welsh government scheme. Eventually, the name changed to Business Wales. I then started to realise, that with my interest in politics since January 2012 (when The Iron Lady film came out) combined with my interest in history, which I took for GCSE. It was at around March-April 2015 when I realised, why don’t I write a book about a subject I like.
Anyway, by September 2015, I started to study Computer Science at the University of South Wales (then I transferred to ICT in 2016 – because I felt ICT was more suitable, plus there were modules I actually wanted to study). Whilst at university, I was able to learn how to reference and write up essays properly. I got my 2:1 Honours in Information and Communication Technology (ICT). This goes to show that I have always excelled at the academic side when it comes to my studies. It was always the social aspect that I struggled with and still struggle with to this day.
I have had a number interests in my lifetime: lining things up, trains, dinosaurs, Lego and now politics and history.
Aside from politics, I have an interest in history – particularly British, American, Russian and Eastern European history. The areas of Eastern European history I have studied in great depth were Romania during the Ceausescu-era dating 1965-1989 and Bulgaria during the reign of Todor Zhivkov dating from 1954-1989. Both are very interesting.
I have been interested in history for a number of years, before I got interested in politics. As I just said, when The Iron Lady film came out, that was it. From then on, my interested went up like a rocket. I started to learn about the political system in Britain. By 2015/2016, I expanded my field and developed an interest in American politics and also a range of conspiracy theories like; 9/11 being an inside job, the different angles of the JFK assassination in 1963 etc.
I am now studying censorship because that intertwines with politics, which has made me want to learn the two areas of computing I wanted to learn during my degree but, didn’t get to: artificial intelligence (AI) and neural networks.
With all my knowledge so far, coupled with what I tend to hear and read, I decided to compile my research so far and write books. I was so fascinated in what I have learnt that I wanted to share what I learnt with others in the hope that other people will know what I know. On the plus side, I wanted to earn some income as well.
The area I have written books for is of Brexit and also the history of Britain’s relationship with Europe since 1945: the topic of the day. I gave a speech once as to why Britain should leave the EU. I received this opportunity to give a speech when I was still in Cathays High School. The Sixth Form were given an opportunity to participate in a debating competition. I think that I was the only one from Cathays who put my name forward for the debate. On the day, I had 3 minutes to deliver the reasons arguing as to whether we should stay in the EU or leave the EU. I gave my reasons for leaving, which my books explain and go into significant detail about. Yes, attention to detail is a positive trait from somebody with autism. I demonstrated my confidence skills by making it obvious that I was going to command attention from the audience.
Those are just some of my interests. My big interest is reading and learning.
His publications so far include:
In case you are interested, I will give a overview as to what each of them are about.
The Occupation of Britain documents a history of Britain’s EU membership since we joined in 1973. I also go back even further and well into the 1950s where the British political class were unsure as to whether to join the European project. I document how the EU was founded, which isn’t what we are led to believe. Yes, I do say that it was founded by the Nazis and I back that up with lots of research. I also document the application we make to join what was then the EEC in the 1960s only to be told No on two occasions. We also had warnings against joining by high-profile politicians such as Tony Benn on the Left to Enoch Powell on the Right – yes The Rivers of Blood Enoch Powell. This lead then to the 1975 referendum, which was called by Harold Wilson in 1974 because prior to that, Edward Heath had us enter the EEC illegally.
I also document the various problems we faced. First was we paid far too much. That is where the Rebate comes in when Margaret Thatcher successfully negotiates a reduction in Britain’s contribution to the European budget. She didn’t ask for their money, she asked for some of our money back. She got that money by 1984 through 5 years of talks. I talk about Thatcher’s warnings regarding the development of the European project into a full-on state in its own right. We know what happened after that. In 2005, Tony Blair gave up a big portion of our rebate.
I document John Major’s Premiership whereby he sold us out on the Maastricht Treaty in 1992 and his desperate attempts to keep us tied to the ERM. That blew up in his government’s faces. I also document Gordon Brown signing us up to the Lisbon Treaty without even giving us a vote on the issue. Fast-forward to David Cameron’s Premiership. He cut the EU budget for the first time ever. He also had other problems, most notably the issue of immigration.
A big topic I talk about is the EU referendum itself. That is pretty self-explanatory. We vote Leave as we all know. I document the immediate aftermath of the Brexit vote up until the eve of starting Brexit talks. In that aspect, I document as much as I could in-between ranging from the good economic news surrounding the first year of Brexit, attempts to overturn the vote to the triggering of Article 50 on the 29th March 2017.
My book Restoring Britain post-Brexit is about what I would do if I were British Prime Minister who has inherited the country in the immediate aftermath of the EU referendum result. I document a number of policies in which I would implement and I document the case as to why I would do it. What I am going to talk about are just some of the areas.
One big area I talk about is that of immigration, because that is the issue that most of the public care about. I care deeply about it, which was why I wrote an entire chapter about it. I start the issue by the sort of immigration system I think we should have and as to why and how we can do it. I also document the need for deporting all illegals that are in prisons and replacing those with our own who commit various real crimes.
Another big policy area covered is trade. Yes, out of the Single Market and Customs Union and re-start and improve trading relations with a vast array of countries all over the world, starting with the Commonwealth. I talk about the case for more trade and better relations with the Commonwealth countries. Another aspect of policy outlined is foreign policy in the form of a Britain comes First policy but, get along with as many countries as possible. I talk about getting out of the Middle East’s conflicts that have nothing to do with us, but still advocate on keeping trade ties and cooperation in many other areas.
There are also some domestic issues. One is the economy which we need to get roaring back through deregulation and massive tax cuts for everybody, albeit very carefully. How would this be done? Creating a business-friendly environment, which will then create more jobs. More people then get paid. The dole queues shrink, which means more money to spend on other public services. It’s not rocket science. The anti-British news media will make it seem so. Other areas within the economy I talk about are jobs and employment law to name a few areas. I also talk about how I would make Britain more self-sufficient.
Another important policy areas for restoration is health thereby reforming the NHS. Not just top-down re-organisation, but starting all over again if need be. Why? This is because things have got into such a mess, especially when you consider the excessive bureaucracy in the NHS, which is why I document the case for the matron’s wards. Some of you may remember the matron’s wards. I also talk about policies not mentioned by the politicians or anybody in the news bulletins or even on political shows. One is on Monetary Reform. I would like to see us back onto the gold standard and state banking among Baathist lines. I document the case for state banking because with a central bank, we will never get out of debt. The state bank provides the solution whereby the Treasury controlling the money supply will actually get us out of debt. I also document the case for the return of the Sterling to the Gold Standard because it will make Sterling an asset-backed currency meaning whatever we export we can earn gold through exporting.
Other issues I go into are education, which needs some restoration work. Why? I also cover defence thereby making the British military strong once again. This means not going anywhere near the EU’s militaristic agenda or any of their military structures. EU defence plans are a bad news magnet. These are just some of the policies discussed in the book. We must remember that there are still subversives in Westminster and the devolved powers plus Brussels itself that will try to scupper Britain's sovereign recovery. There is a lot more.
The Liberation of Britain Part 1 continues on from The Occupation of Britain where the talks actually begin. I document some of the aspects of the Brexit talks. This is where I start to talk about the nitty-gritty parts of the Brexit negotiations. The book focuses on the first 6 months of the negotiations that are taking place between Britain and the European Union. I document a fully chapter on the good economic news during the start of the Brexit talks, which wasn’t covered at all in the mainstream media.
I also attempts to overturn the Brexit vote and there were plenty of attempts to ignore the Brexit vote out of contempt and arrogance. The Brexit position papers published by the British government is also discussed. These were a set of government papers that covered a range of issues. One of them is that of the Irish Border, which I also document in a full chapter of this book. The Irish Border was the thorny and politicised issue, which was in the EU’s making. I document a full chapter on the European Union Withdrawal Bill in its first stages and the debate surrounding that.
Topics covered are the illegal divorce bill the EU imposed on Britain just so they can satisfy the unelected European Union. The EU wanted Britain to pay at first was £50 billion and then they hiked it up to £85 billion and wanted it paid in Euros. Remember that? This divorce bill wasn’t justified and there is a legal case against the EU’s demands. Britain isn’t obliged to pay it. The EU only wanted it just so they can line their own pockets and spend it on the lifestyle we can only dream of.
There was also the issue of citizens’ rights, which the EU wanted to make superior to everybody else in the rest of the world. The EU wouldn’t have made reciprocal arrangements for Brits living on the Continent. Since the 24th June 2016, the British government changed, twice. In all that time, the UK government tried to get a deal on citizens living across the EU, but the unelected European Commission rejected it for no apparent reason. I talk about the fact that there are countries that want to cooperate with Britain such as the United States to name a big and well-known example. The co-operation isn’t limited to trade, but other areas.
This book starts right where The Liberation of Britain Part 1 left off. In The Liberation of Britain Part 2 you will learn about the next four months of the Brexit negotiations including the transition deal that was made between the British government and the EU.
I also document more on the European Union Withdrawal Bill, also known as the Great Repeal Bill. This time, it starts in December 2017 when we had an array of Remainer Conservative MPs deciding to frustrate the Bill in the hope of overturning the Brexit vote. That was the essence of it even though they won’t admit it. There were also a number of other amendments to the Bill, most of them only trying to subvert the will of the British public.
I document another full chapter on the economic surge in Britain that isn’t covered by the mainstream media. Yes, more investment and more jobs being created. Even from the 2016 vote to the beginning of 2018, 317,000 jobs were created. As of January 2018, sales volumes climbed by 1.6%, defying the 3.1% rise in store prices. This was confirmed by the Office for National Statistics (ONS).
There are also more attempts to ignore the Brexit vote by the pro-EU lobby in Britain and in the EU itself. In Britain, we had the likes of Adonis revealed his contempt for the democratic process over the Brexit referendum in a series of tweets he made in light of when the British Government were narrowly defeat on the Bill. These were the 20 remain-backing MPs who signed the most amendments to vital EU legislation in a co-ordinated attempt to stop Brexit and keep Britain occupied. As with attempts from the EU itself, they just made things difficult. The EU-27 demanded stricter terms on trade agreements and fishing rights amongst other areas. They didn’t want Britain getting up and doing well. I also document a chapter about the alleged Russia collusion with the Trump campaign and the truth behind both of these. This is because it ties in with attempts by the globalists to derail Brexit. How does it fit together? Steele was a British spy who made up the lies, which the anti-Trump forces used as so-called evidence of collusion. This became the Steele Dossier. Yes, Russia was being used as an excuse by the globalists on both sides of ‘The Pond’ to try to delegitimise the referendum and US election votes that took place in 2016.
Also documented are the lies that the mainstream media won't touch regarding the overspending by the Remain campaign. This wasn’t covered by the mainstream media where they only talked about the alleged overspending by the Leave side. The Electoral Commission were no help as that was staffed by mostly Remainers and has-beens. I talk about the fact that there are countries that want to cooperate with Britain such as the United States to name a big and well-known example. The co-operation isn’t limited to trade, but other areas.
There is more than just this. This is just the second part.
The Liberation of Britain Part 3 starts where The Liberation of Britain Part 2 left off. This book still talks about another full chapter about the post-EU referendum economic boom. I also document a full chapter about The European Union Withdrawal Bill (Great Repeal Bill) as it reaches its final stages. This is the stage where the House of Lords tried to frustrate the Bill’s passage, which in the end, even the Lords backed down and allowed it to pass? Why was that? This was because of the prospect that the Lords could be abolished. They did it because they had to not because they wanted to.
What makes this book unique to the previous two is that this part talks about what is happening on Continental Europe such as the elections in Italy, elections in Hungary and the refugee crisis that engulfed Europe. I also talk about how the issue of the refugee crisis in Europe came about, which were a result of the West (and Soros) supporting the Arab Spring in 2011 and the West’s insistence that regime change takes place.
I also talk about areas surrounding Brexit that received very little coverage. That is that of Gibraltar and the other Overseas Territories scattered all over the world and the dynamics surrounding that. In those chapters, I document the history thereby providing context as to how it has happened. For example, when I document a chapter on Gibraltar, I provide historical context starting with the Treaty of Utrecht in 1713, which resulted in Gibraltar becoming British territory and has been the case ever since.
Like the other two Liberation of Britain books, I talk about the fact that there are countries that want to cooperate with Britain such as the United States to name a big and well-known example. The co-operation isn’t limited to trade, but other areas. This book also talks about the dark side of the EU, which isn't covered by mainstream media, and in it, this book examines why Britain shouldn’t opt-into anything such as the European Arrest Warrant. The reasons are highlighted in this book. I highlight a case study on one EU member state when it comes to their intelligence agencies and their judiciary. Want to know the country I talk about? You’ll have to buy my book and find out won’t you?
As with the other two Liberation of Britain books, it talks about more attempts to ignore the Brexit vote and the activities of the so-called Peoples' Vote, the civil service etc. I talk about the launch of the Peoples’ Vote and the usual high-profile suspects that were there such as Chuka Umunna and Anna Soubry. There was also Caroline Lucas of the Green Party along with a whole host of celebrities such Sir Patrick, the guy who plays Xavier in the X-Men films. I also document a full chapter about the role of the civil service in their attempts at sabotaging Brexit on the sly by the notorious Olly Robbins, the man who still wants to sell us out to the globalists and Satanists in the EU. There is more.
If you’re reading this and you’re interested, you can get my books from Amazon and on Kobo (formerly called play.com). Here are the Amazon links: