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Truly Terrifying

This is now so blatant… One dead and 11 injured after van ploughs into Muslim worshippers in Finsbury Park in fourth UK attack in past three months … and odds-on that we would have another ‘terror attack’ shortly after the … Continue reading

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You figure it out…

Anger at the scene of the Grenfell Tower fire… Everything is being censored and controlled by the likes of these vermin… https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2015/jan/31/british-army-facebook-warriors-77th-brigade

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Missing Persons

The Grenfell Tower tragedy has echoes of 9/11. On the day 9/11 unfolded, fleets of ambulances were summoned, hospitals all across New York were put on alert, off-duty medical staff rushed back to work; but there were barely any patients … Continue reading

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The Grenfell Tower Fire

There’s not much I can add to this amongst the tidal wave of news and comment, except to give my deepest condolences to all involved. I will say, though, that I’m reminded of a similar tragic event that happened almost … Continue reading

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We now live in a total lunatic asylum, so how do I address that?

I honestly don’t have the energy at the moment. The easy thing is to bow out with yet another music link… Nick Drake was a bit of a genious, a bit of a genious who thought about things too much … Continue reading

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Laughing And Falling

Well, having been up half the night, following the UK general election, and having to deal with a death in the family, I’m totally exhausted. It was the ‘youth vote‘ that brought Jeremy Corbyn within a hair’s breadth of becoming … Continue reading

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Prime Minister Corbyn?

In my post yesterday I was banging on about how crucial the youth vote will be in today’s election. Well, by all accounts there’s been a large turn out of young people today. Some of the biggest polling station queues … Continue reading

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The Battle of Britain

Today has seen one of the last spurts of bile from the mainstream media before the dust settles on Friday morning. Here’s this morning’s front page from the Daily Mail and the Sun… This is what Corbyn & Co are … Continue reading

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It’s Like Shooting Tortoises

If the mainstream media had any integrity, instead of the morals of a Turkish brothel keeper, Theresa May and the Conservatives would be finished: We are now days away from one of the most important elections for decades, with Jeremy … Continue reading

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Extraordinary Stuff From The Guardian

Remember, the Guardian is now a CIA controlled rag… https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2017/jun/05/jeremy-corbyn-confident-of-winning-despite-pms-utterly-ridiculous-claims-election-labour-may What’s going on here..? More later.

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Politics and Psychopaths

The terrible events in London last night might have thrown a spanner into my theory about the UK general election. So, where do I start with this latest terror attack..? I’ll begin with an opinion poll that was released yesterday … Continue reading

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Galloway, Gorton and the Manchester Bombing

The horrific Manchester bombing came at a very opportune time for the Conservative party. The opinion polls were showing the Labour Party closing in on the Conservatives, and earlier that day prime minister Theresa May had a train crash press … Continue reading

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Some Bold Predictions

The lunatics have completely taken over the asylum, and thesedays things are so mad that it’s incredibly difficult to figure out what is really going on; but I’ll have a stab at it with regard to the UK and the … Continue reading

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A Widow’s Toast

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The UK Police State Goes Into Full Swing

Today I deleted three short posts of mine that I made yesterday, posts that expressed my exasperation at what’s going on in the UK at the moment. It’s the first time that I’ve ever deleted any of my posts. Instead … Continue reading

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