Author Archives: Rob Godfrey

A Potpourri – Rigged UK Elections and Driving Tests in California

Further to my post about the rigged UK general election last December, if interested you can find really good further information about it all here. So, how do I go from a rigged general election to driving tests in California..? … Continue reading

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Gilets Jaunes Acte 64

I’ve been quiet on this blog for the last month. All I can say is that the world is now such a crazy place that sometimes you need a break from it in order to retain your own sanity… but … Continue reading

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Square Limericks – Some Poetry Stuff for the New Year

A happy New year to one and all. I think 2020 might be a game changer, in the sense that things are going to get so bad that it might shake many people out of their apathy. Who knows? And … Continue reading

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A Deeper Look at the UK Election

In my previous post I was banging on about the UK general election that took place earlier this month, and how in my opinion the election was rigged: the only way the Establishment could definitely get rid of Jeremy Corbyn … Continue reading

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The Great Britain Election Con

How anyone can believe the results of last week’s general election in the UK is beyond me. Don’t you understand how corrupt it now all is? The only way they could definitely get rid of Corbyn was with a Tory … Continue reading

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A General Strike in France

Yesterday, 4th December, protestors started blockading oil refineries in France; this ahead of today’s general strike, which is said to be an ‘indefinite’ general strike. In reality, though, this general strike will probably last no longer than a week, because … Continue reading

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Free Fall

‘Terminal velocity’ is the fastest speed a mass can achieve when falling from gravitational forces, depending on what those gravitational forces are. On the planet Earth, in the lower atmosphere, ‘terminal velocity’ is about 120 miles per hour. You can … Continue reading

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The Privatisation of the NHS

Perhaps the biggest betrayal in modern UK history is the privatisation of the NHS by stealth. I have two relatives who work in the NHS – one’s a midwife, one’s a paramedic – and I get first hand accounts of … Continue reading

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Gilets Jaunes Acte 52

I no longer have the energy to refute the total scum who write for the MSM. But I will say that Corbyn will walk this election, because the aforementioned scum have absolutely nothing/real to say. If Corbyn does not win, … Continue reading

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Carry On Brexit

“You can check out but you can never leave”, to repeat the cliche. Another cliche: ‘the house always wins’, and in this case the house is the EU; ie, whether MPs vote for Boris’ awful deal (which is a worst … Continue reading

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Where Did Brexit/The Towers Go?

The former UK prime minister Theresa May famously said more than 100 times in Parliament that the UK would be leaving the European Union (Brexit) on 29th March 2019. Of course it didn’t happen. May’s successor, Boris Johnson, has sworn … Continue reading

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Gilets Jaunes Acte 46

After the summer lull they are back on the streets again in much greater numbers, for the 46th consecutive week of protests. For those unfamiliar with all this, here’s a little taste of what yellow vest (gilets jaunes) protestors have … Continue reading

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Gilets Jaunes – Acte 45

The following brief news report was today headlined on the front page of the online edition of the Guardian… Paris on high alert as protesters try to revive gilets jaunes movement Sat 21 Sep 2019 10.43 BST Last modified on … Continue reading

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Hugues Cuénod – Some Classical Music

The world of politics is so crazy at the moment (as usual, it’s like five-year-olds on LSD) that despite the fact that this is history in the fast lane, I can’t be bothered commenting on it. So instead, another music … Continue reading

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Brexit and Frexit Whatsit

This weekend has seen Acte 43, the 43rd consecutive weekend of gilets jaunes protests. These protests take place all over France, and during Acte 43 some of the most heavy-handed policing took place in Rouen and Montpellier… Nothing is calming … Continue reading

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