>When a good girl goes bad it’s taken a lot of knocks to reach that stage; it takes quite a bit of effort to push a good girl to anger but you’ll know it if you do. Respect for the police, respect for our Armed Forces, respect for school, church, neighbours all seem to have gone by the board in our progressive, post-democratic society. A good girl wouldn’t go bad if she felt that the government was doing something positive to reinstate these values; at least they could make the effort, make a good show of things with all the right noises..
The problem is that when the good girl looks into what the government says and contrasts it with what the government does, she gets cross. When she goes out into the street and her smiles aren’t just ignored but actively snarled at, she tends to go home unhappy. Shop-keepers will find they no longer see the good girl again, she’ll take her custom elsewhere, and people generally will find she’s reached the stage where she’ll give as good as she gets, if she has to. Thereby, the good girl becomes part of the problem.
I’ve been back some five or six weeks now and all I see are enclosed, ‘watch-my-space’ people. They’re busy, pre-occupied people who’ve forgotten that everyone they pass on the street has a story of their own, quite unique to themselves. England has changed. It’s become suspicious, edgy and prone to blame others. Unfortunately, the ‘others’ are usually the neighbours.
I’ve been blogging for about two yrs now and no-one is listening. Government is corrupt so government is where anger should be expressed, not Mr Public next door. If you’re still a good girl/boy then think twice/three times before you vote for the Lib/Lab/Con con in 2014 and if you’ve gone bad definitely think four/five times before you take your anger out on friends/neighbours/passing strangers..
Months ago I blogged about MEPs and MPs swapping places – ‘valued work experience’ the EC said – and no-one took me up on it. It was a kind of getting-to-know-you EU project endorsed by our governments since 1997. 2011 is going to be a very bad year.
All I ask of anyone who drops by is to think about what’s happened to our country and then look at the EU directives. We, the disunited kingdom and its assemblies/governments, appear to be in the vanguard of the nwo and we should be ashamed of ourselves. Perhaps that’s why folk seem so downtrodden and dejected, though I doubt it. I don’t believe people know where the blame lies.
The intention of this blog wasn’t to regurgitate ‘news’; it was to bring advance warning and I think it did that – everything is in the archives. It’s going to be blog-lite for a while because I see no point in re-posting what I’ve already blogged about. All I’ve ever wanted is for people to look around and ask questions. I only have to look back through my blog to see how much information has been erased, for the public good.
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>I know I shouldn’t be here but after a turkey & sprout fest and a riotous Donkey Kong I felt the urge to check up on the EU, just in case. Actually, it’s nice and quiet in here – there’s just Suki sitting on the window cill wondering what all the white stuff is. Where he comes from fine white powder is sand and the poor thing hasn’t been outside yet – he’s in for a shock. Being England, it’s all carpeted, fully centrally heated and even I’m struggling with the heat, in fact I like nothing more than to switch it all off and open the windows. Anyway, back to the EU:
For any statisticians out there, have a page and some graphs (click to enlarge):
If David Liddington, our Europe Minister, can coherently explain why Switzerland and Norway consistently out-perform EU ‘member states’ I’ll send him my son’s CoD BlOps.
British farmers will be celebrating the New Year with the news that the EU27 agricultural income is up by 12.3%. Oh, wait a minute, no they won’t, that’s just the average. The UK is at the bottom of the list with a whopping -8.2% decrease in income. There’s no news on our fishermen but they’re probably down there with our farmers.
Crime is apparently down in the UK – don’t you just love these charts? Reported crime is down – I think we’ve all got the message now that the best way is not to disturb the police but to deal with it ourselves . Hello 13yrs of Labour government and hello Cameron’s Big Society where people take on civic duties.
January will be interesting. Hungary takes over the rotating Presidency of the EU just as its credit rating has been downgraded to one point above ‘junk’ status and the censorship of its media.
March promises to be a ‘grab-a-bag-of-popcorn-&-put-your-feet-up month’. Merkel and Zapatero both need to survive regional elections and neither of them is a foregone conclusion. The German people are uneasy about the bail-outs and the Spanish have a 40% unemployment rate in the 18-25 group (an arbitrary EU grouping). Spanish figures for 2008-09 Is it only we phlegmatic Northern folk who don’t object?
Greece & Ireland still have terrible problems despite the *ahem* bail-out by the IMF and the ECB and Portugal is still in trouble. Italy also trembles as unemployment rises and not all of the problems stem from Berlusconi – irreparable sleaze merchant and megolomaniac though he is. Sarkozy has problems too. France is in desperate straits – *gallic shrug*.
Me? I’m looking forward to the implosion of Belgium as it struggles to create any sort of government at all let alone a coalition. Belgian Presidency hailed ‘a success’, How sweet it is and becoming sweeter by the month.
I wonder why the EU doesn’t condemn communism?
I’ll leave you with this:
As there is, according to the UK’s House Banking Committee Staff report of 1976, a linear connection between N.M. Rothschild and the Bank of England which ultimately control the Federal Reserve Banks through their stockholdings of bank stock and their subsidiary firms in New York, it is clear that the FED is not left with any choice but to bail out ‘investment’ banks no matter how naughty their behaviour has been.
PS Don’t forget to tune in at 7pm to see our own dear Vinnie doing what he does best – being light on his toes and shuffling around in the glare of the spotlight.
In the words of Gerald Nabarro, “Must dash” (sorry, I’ve heard too many Christmas cracker jokes). The Wii elves are fighting the goblins and my services are called upon by the Faerie Queene but I’ll leave you with this, a true tale of a life lived well.
I think I’ve posted one of his videos as a Sunday Reflection – English music and English countryside.
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And what’s this rubbish I read this morning? Christmas is evil say people who want Sharia law. Well, they know what they can do but, more to the point, this government knows what it should do, it knows what the people want it to do – and still it doesn’t do it.
I also read that the Remembrance Day poppy-burners are pleading ‘not guilty’ to a charge of xxx (I can’t find it now in any msm report – I read the Guardian, Telegraph & Mail this morning) but whatever it was you can bet it was something fairly innocuous. Given that they were plastered all over the tv and YouTube doing it I expect the judge to sentence them, strip them of their British citizenship if need be, and then deport them.
Not really, only joking.
Here it is: they were charged under Section 5, Public Order Act
An Act to abolish the common law offences of riot, rout, unlawful assembly and affray and certain statutory offences relating to public order; to create new offences relating to public order; to control public processions and assemblies; to control the stirring up of racial hatred; to provide for the exclusion of certain offenders from sporting events; to create a new offence relating to the contamination of or interference with goods; to confer power to direct certain trespassers to leave land; to amend section 7 of the Conspiracy and Protection of Property Act 1875, section 1 of the Prevention of Crime Act 1953, Part V of the Criminal Justice (Scotland) Act 1980 and the Sporting Events (Control of Alcohol etc.) Act 1985; to repeal certain obsolete or unnecessary enactments; and for connected purposes.
[7th November 1986]
Under the Act twelve or more persons can constitute a Riot and three or more persons can constitute a Violent Affray . I blame myself for not noting that little jewel of legislation – too busy working for a living. No wonder they wanted to close down pubs and Churches.
I’m still betting it will be a slap on the wrist for the poppy-burners. I wonder what will happen to Guramit Singh and Tommy Robinson?