Tuesday, 23 August 2016

I used to go on holiday to Hotel du Cap, later I went to Maison du Cap my house in Ramatuelle every Summer, now life is about easy access, a remedial bathroom, with rails and enough towels to wash an elephant at one of the beautiful serene Viva Mayr Clinics.  Everything here is the correct height and no more bending and kneeling. If my doctor had his way,  my maribou bedroom heels would be now replaced with white toweling flip flops. That is for everybody else but me of course, I turn up in my black lingerie. I am sorry I am not going to look remedial and downtrodden.  I was told to go for a walk today and take off my black thick tights and walk on pebbles with my eyes closed, then gingerly walk through freezing cold water, letting sunlight to my legs is a rarity, but I need the Vitamin D, it stops depression.
I seem to have the ability to  silence the patrons as I walk past in underwear outerwear.  Some say I was once on the cover of Playboy Magazine, others that I am a socialite, neither are true, but infamy rules . The reality is that this week I am trying to get Nancy Reagan thin, who incidentally wore cable knit pullovers to augment the arms to a normal size.  I want the black shadows under my eyes as I get emaciated.  Having felt starved for the last three days there are luckily good hotels in the vicinity who allow me to have the odd espresso to keep me going.
Really what I want to learn next is twerking but I would also need a giant bottom to be any good. It's the new must-have in California and judging by the Kardashian's curves, it gives you guaranteed success. You can purchase one also in London at the fabulous office of my old friend, Dr. Sebagh's, where you can have your rump delicately pumped up with gel plus you can get anything else you like improved  there too. However, have they thought what  the skin will look like, it will be surely horrendous at sixty?. Bad enough when your lips looked like pork sausages, but a huge bottom and skinny legs.  It seems we humans all want to be controlled by Aliens with Pokemon games and look like them, too. Aldous Huxley said that we would enjoy being taken over? Well, it looks like it is happening?



I have been told by a friend today that the only thing I lacked to be a  Dominatrix is the kinky, wet look thigh length,  boots with a channel down the sides for a riding crop made for kicking and hitting. I am informed that I have a Ph.D. in Manipulation. Charming.  The heels must be so high that they come with a health warning saying that I could get vertigo. With the thought of this, the room goes round and round and I need anti-nausea medicine. I need virtual reality goggles nowadays so that everything looks a bit more natural and normal.

Now I must get back to "InfoWars" and see when The End of the world is coming so I can get prepared, and watch the next episode of the Clinton/Trump saga, which is proving more entertaining than anything else. With Hillary's assistant being part of the Muslim Brotherhood, her emails, The Clinton Foundation scandal on top of Hillary croaking from Parkinsons, the supposed murders around them and Donald Trump the only person turning up to help those in Louisiana, what his hairdo will be like today, and his tax returns. The race continues but not through mainstream media as they always seem to get it wrong nowadays. There is nobody better to listen to than Alex Jones. Today as I was chatting at the clinic telling my doctor all the latest election gossip he said to me "Which channel was I listening too" I said "The one that amuses me the most"




Wednesday, 17 August 2016

As I return to my past in London I realise that everything through Globalisation and political correctness looks like a run down Macdonalds, full of fat blobs fed on too much sugar, looking like an over ripe tomato with missing seams. Their brains fed with chips which they think come from Macdonalds too and not from a potato. People feel that subsidies are their right and pride is a sin.  So you know a potato is not a couch potato but a green beautiful plant.  Most people would not realise that the potato is from the Nightshade Family as is their Tomato ketchup. It is alkaline and the best food for the human in its original clean state. I am fed up seeing too much flesh on the high street with fat midriffs, where women stretch a size 12 dress over a size 18, or in the worst scenario a beautiful girl in the inappropriate kit looking like a hooker. Sophia Lauren is a hot tomato obviously handled by the right people.

Chewing gum art by Ben Wilson


The problem with friends when you wish to change or grow from a negative point to a positive point is that they feel threatened by not being your enabler, your fat enabler, your drink enabler, your spending enabler, in case you won't like them. When you wish to throw down their control they feel uncomfortable. They will defend where they stand, regardless if you wish to change yourself.
There are exemplary people who do their best for other people, unfortunately, there are too many bottom feeders who fill their lives up with someone else's, and afterwards act like the victim.
We have definitely become "Tomato ketchup"  people easily served in a plastic tomato with grubby fingerprints all over it, having been handled by all. It makes a nasty sound when you get it out. 
I walked along the Chelsea Embankment with little front gardens with beautiful trees and Stephanotis climbing over the railings and then I came to council area. Just because people live in rented accommodation and have no regard for the fabric of their building, since they are only going to be there ten minutes, does not mean that you need to festoon the gardens with used syringes and condoms and lumps of dried up dog shit and chewing gum. The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan can see I am sure that London needs a very good clean. If we as individuals got out on the pavement and cleaned it and did our part, picking up rubbish and watered the hanging baskets, London would feel a lot happier, a walk along the road less precarious. I say clean our patch.


This should be our individual's responsibility,  not an organisation's,  and equally our health our business too. What about if when we felt ill, we got a blood test and then went to the doctor on the NHS it would be a hell of a lot quicker?. Let's take some pride in our appearances, our health, our behaviour and the places where we live in and think about others. Let's decorate the chewing gum by artist Ben Wilson.  I have to go now as sadly I have to scrape off my shoes.










Tuesday, 16 August 2016

This Summer I decided not to travel abroad, why? The weather is good here and I have many family obligations. It was made easy by a wonderful invitation to visit the small coastal village in Helford,  Cornwall.  I flew down, spending time with the brilliant writer, Frederick Forsyth and his feisty wife Sandy, talking about politics and the state of the world, whilst reading his book "The Outsider" in paperback. 
I have enjoyed August in England and cannot believe it. You do not have to travel in overcrowded aeroplanes to have fun on beaches,  around Europe, it is packed and mostly unpleasant. I discovered the stunning coast of Cornwall visiting Daphne du Maurier's romantic ideal, Frenchman's Creek . I visited St Mawes by boat having drinks on the beautiful terrace of the Relais Chateau Hotel called Idle Rocks. It was full of chic looking people in Guernsey pullovers and jeans. Brown faces and no makeup. The most useful piece of clothing over the last few days was the bomber jacket. So fashionable this season.  I lived in my Saint Laurent black one with white trim. I also loved the jacket from Zara. I positively hate jeans but found the best pair was from Missguided for ten pounds were infinitely more comfortable than the more expensive pair I bought. Yes, the bomber jacket was loved and I lusted after Sandy's beautiful embroidered one she found at M&S.  The Forsyth's were stimulating company.

AT THE IDLE ROCK, St Mawes WITH Frederick Forsyth

I have had time to listen to the endless transcripts surrounding Benghazi which are stimulating, studying the messy world of politics. I also managed to see the contemporary  production of Jesus Christ Superstar by my good friends Tim Rice and Andrew Loyd Webber. Brilliant and moving I felt I had intimate moments with Jesus himself. Wonderful dancing and singing, this is a night to remember in Regent's Park Theatre, amongst nature the stage came alive. I went with besties Inesa and Barrington de la Roche and danced through the woods in the rain. 

Millie Brown Artist with Amanda Eliasch and Gavino Di Vino photograph by Inesa de la Roche.

I also went to an incredible one-man show written by the talented youthful Gavino di Vino which is about to go to Edinburgh. Sixty minutes of witty commentary. The show "Auntie" demonstrates the diversity of London life, brilliant musings from the outrageous  Gavino. The disappointing moments when his Aunt first arrived in England. A natural snob who is politically incorrect. Beautifully styled in a graceful flat. Auntie talks non-stop horrified by the lack of class and integrity of the people around her. Gavino portrays the life of his Aunt and her son. The piece explodes with colour and imagination. It is a total must see.
He will be starring in Edinburgh at Chalky's from the 17th-27th.
Frenchman's Creek


Gavino Di Vino in Auntie













Saturday, 6 August 2016

The  evasive deception by Mainstream media and Associated press across the globe especially the United States and the United Kingdom is truly shocking using nebulous misinformation to gain popularity whilst ignoring facts about the candidates.
Such breaking news as  "Hillary Clinton has a chance today because Trumpy has not combed his fringe".  The point is  if he gets in he may do 4 to 8 years of damage, but if Hillary gets in it might take half a century to get tidied up. Is she really in touch at 70? He can still have babies she can't?. We want a President who can do things,  not one who can't do things. I can't verify if Trump's wife was a prostitute, but I do know that the lascivious drug addict  Bill Clinton likes a couple of cigars.
Despite the low turnout turning up to Hillary's rallys Trump draws enormous crowds.

We must fight the misinformation, which we the human being can do. Do we wish to be ruled by few very crooked individuals or can it be changed?  The fact that Saunders won ten election states in the USA but Clinton stole the nomination of the Democratic Party, shows this. It was the supposed squeaky clean  Democratic Party, if you remember that started the Klu Klux Klan and Parenthood.  President Obama is now standing up saying "Elections are not rigged" he must be terrified,  he even mentioned Mr Trump. Why is Obama so worried about a supposed shining example of what America is about, Donald Trump? Why?  Obama knows the system well, he stole the 2012 election.  What has this charming man achieved? 17 Trillion in debt? Obamacare?  Mentioning Texas? Infowars and conspiracy theories, using disinformation to confuse people?. What about the 400 million dollars in blood money to the Iranians for the hostages? Totally illegal.  Despite us voting, elections are chosen by a few people against what the electorate want. Therefore there is nothing democratic about it. Election fraud is well known. We must fight against the New World Order.  Do we  truly want worldwide labour, religion, mass sterilisation?  Do we really have a say at all when we are forming thoughts and opinions based on lies?.  We think we have a choice,  but those in power already know what we are going do. Our futures are already chosen, the police force, the big pharmaceutical companies the government and the religious institutions are all dictating what we believe, Who is our imaginary friend?

 There are  progressives and reformers and the "Elites" are destined to fall. Just watch it, Brexit, Jeremy Corbyn have both proven that the people are talking, taking power and wanting change.
I am a great lover of America but it truly needs to fight against what is happening. How can "crooked" Hillary Clinton with her fat ankles and soon to be murdered cronies win our respect after Whitewater, Benghazi, supposed drug running while Bill was Governer, 90 friends around them killed including, Vincent?
Being "friends" with the Clintons might qualify you as being another casualty, being a friend of theirs seems truly dangerous? The emails? Wiki Leaks? Getting rid of Saunders?Yet the Democrats are trying to persuade us that it is okay? The rapacious appetite of Bills.  Luckily we can only be killed once. What's the matter with the left wing intellectual are they asleep?
Look at Donald Trump he won with landslides, otherwise, they would have got rid of him. For years he has been popular and now as he runs for President he is cheapened. Oh what treachery. People were happy to take his advice and money for years.
Instead, America rubbishes him, a man who is principled, with clever children. He raised 97 million,  in three weeks for his election, the rest he has paid for entirely on his own. His congregations are full and Hillary 's are not?  They scream that his wife is a prostitute,  he is bankrupt, yet he gave jobs to thousands of people and is very reputable in his brash vulgar way. Is he giving money to Isis? No.  Has he murdered anybody? No.  He is, in my opinion, a businessman and that is why they do not like him, using his hair style to get rid him and the wall to box him in?
I would rather Trump have a dodgy hairstyle than a beard.
If everybody does not know where they are going, standstill, but realise that you are choosing to make a misguided vote on constantly morphing ideas to suit the mass media, the people running them, their minions with other people's millions, so think carefully and keep your own council.



Friday, 29 July 2016

The American Election is nearly as amusing and thought provoking as Brexit, just as aggressive. There are so many consipiracy theories flying around among the people on social media trying to pin on me yet again that I am xenophobic. The very sniff of it and it makes me chuckle. I am definitely not. As the mainstream media fails to deliver anthing real  and only propaganda we now seek the underground media where you can pick through and find out the truth yourself.
Hillary has for me has personally too much baggage eg the emails, Whitewater, Vincent and the supposed drug deals between the Bush's and the Clintons. The mind control slave. Then there is Trump who has to be admired for paying for his election with the vulgarity of the USA and the presence of Putin he is in line to get elected as President. A man of stamina yet he loves to be outrageous.
A friend was firing at me on all cylinders  yesterday, this time on Facebook, we were arguing about the figures of abortions, and the anti Trump stance on them.  I decided to check them out. He asked whether I approved of Trump's stand on abortion? I only knew Hillary's supposed standing which I found terrifying. She was a fan of a nurse called Margaret Sanger, a woman who fought for the freedom of woman to have a choice about sex, children and marriage. Yet under Margaret's care, there is controversy surrounding the act and it was felt too many black Americans had abortions and still do so today. A brave woman at a time when it was not legal or understandable, when God and church were against the acts of both sex out of marriage, pregnancy,  and the aborted unwanted child.
Starting to check more thoroughly I realised a genocide has occurred and is occurring. Unspoken yet nowadays totally available. 40 to 50 million children each year are aborted worldwide, 130 million actually are born.
The cost for the woman at appropriate charities is in the region of £400-700. I realised there is a huge problem. Why is the pill not working? Why are people not taking it?  Why is it freely available? To avoid having to have an abortion which is emotional, heart rending at the best of times for most women, seems intelligent, Parenthood a charity gives supposed excellent help in America and the NHS in England. Is Trump right when he says there are too many, is Hillary correct when she believes in freedom of choice. Of course they are both right. No mother wishes to bring a child into the world that they cannot afford or have emotional support for, however this never stops the terrible pain that a woman goes through when she has one, the emotional drama does not just evaporate, therefore protection must be a necessity? Of course there are incidents of rape, war, or accidents or of the contraception not working or being available.
A thought to remember the most dangerous place for a baby is in the womb of a black mother, more dangerous than AIDS or any other disease? It cannot be so, but it is. the racist and outspoken
Margaret Sanger gave a lecture once with the Klu Klux Klan, although not attached it it, on pregnancy and children, the right to have or to have not, she was quoted as saying that the black man was like "weeds"Hillary has received a donation from the KKK, Robert C Byrd on the senate was part of the organisation which is shocking, and as I said openly supported Margaret's works, who was keen on birth control and eugenics. Luckily the KKK did not succeed in their annihilation it is sadly true that the amount of children born to a black woman are roughly the same as the numbers aborted.
So who to believe Trump or Hillary?  Time will tell but on a more humanitarian ideal should we not think about what is happening in the World around us? I believe so, words won't hurt me, and actions to protect the unborn should be considered, or at least discussed openly? Is it murder and is the world over populated and the family unit broken? Of course in part yes so
surely we have to think and prevent pregnancy and be responsible,  if the most dangerous place for the unborn is in the womb of its Mother, more dangerous than Aids?


Thursday, 14 July 2016

Just under three weeks on, we have a new Primeminister Theresa May and it is the most exciting political moment.  When you consider the emotional time we have all gone through. Half our friendships are broken. Terrible things were said as we were threatened, we were bulldozed yet, we still voted out. 

We were accused of xenophobia and bigotery, blackmailed and treated with contempt. We heard telephone calls that we were revolting and that we needed a bags over our heads. Our children! We should not have voted, we were old, we should be dead.  
The rest of Europe supposedly hating us, well they will miss our nine billion pounds. 
Generally, we do not respond well to threats, scare stories and the end of the world. We have National Pride. We love England, Wales, Ireland and Northern Ireland, Southern too. Let's make this work. Most of all they linked all Brexiters together and together we have had a quiet revolution against the smugness and complacency of the rest, the ultimate failling of the EU Federal State, their fascism. Good luck Theresa May, brave woman. Good luck to the Cabinet. Congratulations.




Last night I went to Number 10 and stood outside with the rather small crowd of Brexiters to the cries of "Theresa May don't delay" "Brexit means Exit". There was one comical figure of a man from Ireland who said that Boris Johnson was a Biblical prophecy, and a straggling lot of hecklers who thought that the election was illegal.

Now is our chance to sort this democracy out, to make our country with all its wonderful colourful eccentric population,  great again with a new more appropriate dramatic cabinet to create a bright new future.

Saturday, 9 July 2016

Wednesday, 6 July 2016

As a social media queen there has been little time to write a blog or think about anything other than the election that took place on the 23rd June. The most exciting race I have ever seen with both sides Brexit and Remain managing to create havoc. The Remains behaved so badly to everybody accusing the other side of having too many old people voting, too many people turning up to vote and the appalling screaming of a child when they lose a tennis match, throwing down their rackets and saying it isn't fair. An election is an election, people vote and the one that wins gets into office. Simple really? Was it really correct they had brochures printed and pencils stamped with REMAIN, when the Brexiters had none. Despite their bullying, 17.5 million people happily voted out against their 16.5.
Then on top of this David Cameron immediately threw in his flag and said he wasn't staying as Primeminister followed by Boris who was plainly stitched up and treated appallingly by his so called good friends. He was possibly the only reason why some people voted out of the EU Federal State, not realising the real politics were actually about the lack of voting power.  Nigel Farage, stepped down too who is only seen in a bad light, yet he has given time to British Politics, clearly getting the votes for his outrageous rhetoric.   The stubbiness, in face of failure, with a dedication of putting Blair behind bars, seems to keep Jeremy Corbyn hobbling along with dead weights on his feet, and most people within the Labour movement against him. Then Michael Gove, the accidental email, a wife writing for The Daily Mail. Wow.

People utilising social media to attack others was regrettable.  Putting aside, democracy as so many do, an unamed Baroness whilst in her ivory tower suggested a paper bag over my head, because my hat by Stephen Jones was out of date and my ideas different from hers. This was instantly killed by one of my male fans who jumped at my defence and said "I have drawn a bag with eyes on it expecially for you so they know which way you are facing you are so ugly"  Another editor from a paper told the Baroness that she was in no position to speak and told to return to her palace. I do believe she had one with drawn crown jewels.
This was just my in box.
The word Xenophobia spun round for anyone who did not agree with the Remain's jumped up claim to overthrow any Brexiter, despite the fact we, the Brexiter, had just gone out and voted. By accusing one of having different thinking is xenophobic in itself.
Petitions came through the post, crys of Nando's, gossip that the NHS belonged to the EU and would now be lost, and worst of all there would be no free trips to Europe in the future.
The shameful treatment by Mr Juncker and Mrs Merkel,  towards us, when you consider we give them approximately 9 billion a year for a tiny return, whilst our manufacturing is nil and our fisherman starve from the lack of work. In the meantime the union coud have altered the voting to make it democratic and offered to help the North of England with Industry instead of sending it to Holland and Dresden.

It is time for women now, it is time because the men have fucked it up. Thank goodness for Theresa May and Andrea Leadsom, who on opposite sides, offer us calm and the quiet intelligence of headmistresses, whilst the men put their penii back in their pockets.

Saturday, 2 July 2016

Friday, 1 July 2016

Thursday, 30 June 2016

Sunday, 26 June 2016

First of all what a week, exciting and terrifying.  Power is going back into the hands of the people. They have spoken. The Brexiters did not like the EU as it stands today. It is not the democracy we in England had all hoped for, we were battling with the Federal State for many years. I think everybody would agree that we all had the best intentions for it, but it is not working. We like our vote to mean something. It did not. There were so many areas that did not work, eg The fisherman, the huge amount of money after the subsidies which we had no control over, the voting system, the band, the army, etc. We know all this. As you support the Green Party I totally understand that you worry that the sytem was in place and although it was not perfect we should try and work at it. The unfair advantages to parts of the UK were not great. We live in a bubble in London protected from the reality of the rest of Britain that is often suffering. I personally want to see proportional representation, even if I do not approve of UKIP they received a huge amount of votes in the last election and although I do not like the rascism Mr Farage is force to be reackoned with. a voice that the People listen to. The Green party too. I also think there should be a second chamber in our parliament that is elected with real power too, the house of Lords is great and worked for quite a few years but our constitution is in need of updating. This could become a true mixture of parties and genuinely exciting. If we can take anything from this referendum,I think if we want peace please can we stop using the word Xenophobia. Nobody is this but political correctness only makes people boil over. Today I was in Vodaphone they were all from ethnic minorities and all had voted Brexit, they were young too no older than 26. They said if there was another referendum they would take all their friends who could vote as they did not like The European government that did not understand the people existing in the UK already. Remember we are not the size of France sadly, we have a population of over 64 million and France over 66. The new government within the UK could then be ready to help with the exciting new deals we will be offered from around the world from our safetyboat. We do not need to exclude who is already here and already helping with our society but everybody does need to pay tax from the rich to the poor alike. We need rich foreigners too. I disagree with most people on this, I do not know why The Conservatives were so hostile to them.

What we cannot do is fight like this between the Remainers who feel they are losing Europe, it is after all still just accross the boarder and they will hopefully come back when they realise we are not going to give them 9 billion? We won't stop being sold Mercedes and Fiats over night. We still need banks.


The 9 billion really is needed in parts of the UK for small schools and hospitals. They work better in the country and I do not know why they were got rid of in the first place. A school should remain a school and a hospital too. Just times change. Industry should be encouraged back into the UK eg electricity and some manufacturing. The Green party should have a huge say in some areas that have encouraged fracking. Unless we really need oil do we need this? Can't we use other methods eg solar etc. It should be a balanced parliament. If anything taught us over this, it is that people from different sides do work well together with a little positive pushing. If we take egos out of it and put patience. We are all humans are truly we want the same things. We cannot kill luck and talent by high taxation it does not work, the clever move away, but we need to make people want to help others. As for manners they are slipping away. A child who behaves badly should be told off. spitting is never great. There is so much to say but perhaps this helps a little . . Of course the boys in Parliament have plans and actually give them some credit. They worked non stop. There are areas that could have been explained better and there are areas that were shoved down our throat. After all we are still alive nothing drastic happened, so the city played with our money, it will go round in a circle, where from the general clean up we can start a cleaner fresher start with people more involved and more humanity towards others. We need to be calm and patient.
It's fine there will be a whole new political class,a better standard and then a cleaner Europe please. New fresh blood cannot be a bad thing. Boris Johnson should be there somewhere and hopefully a good strong cabinet will be formed. Lets enjoy the show from the comfort of our boat.
L.

Saturday, 25 June 2016

Friday, 24 June 2016

What do I think about the Election? I think everybody on facebook who knows me understands my position.

As the elite and the working classes voted Leave to get a fairer deal, then perhaps they had bubbling resentment being called educationally and mentally subnormal Little Englanders? It was all so patronising. 

On the night of the election I was at a party of only Brexiters, there was nobody stupid in the room, on the contrary, it was the best of British, the clever, the entrepreneurs., the brilliant. No journalists, though.  The night before I was being scared by an editor and asked who was voting Brexit, nobody of consequence.? Really that was the whole point it is the vote of the people of the UK, not celebrities and being sent endless leaflets from artists.

All the scaremongering of failing money markets, and bitching of the Remain party, the glossy brochure costing all us nine million pounds, did nothing to change the minds or the majority of voters.  The pencils with REMAIN on it in the polling stations were anything but democratic, the endless nagging and adverting where to vote,  egging the Brexiters to wake up.  The Brexiters  had none of the in government advertising, and advantages, but they had three forceful characters, Boris Johnson, Michael Gove and the hardworking Nigel Farage who had the thankless task of representing UKIP. They spoke eloquently and knew how to get us up on a vile rainy day.  
They worked full time often against huge difficulties. Then the sadness of Jo Cox who appears to have lost her life needlessly.     
Surely you understand we had to leave,  the poor fisherman, the unfair costs, the unfair advantages, the EU army, the band, the  greedy MEPS, the banks, the inflexibility of the Federal State, hiding the secrecy of what was really going on,   and lastly immigration.
It is not surprising  that the Remain team won in London, a bubble of Gucci and Prada, Mercedes Cars and bursting property prices.  The remains did not consider for a second the poverty of the North, the country full with a population of 64 million, nearly the same as France's 66 million and the ramifications of that. No, they thought about themselves and are proving poor losers.  They have the power of media, yet  have shown that their spiteful tongues and fears did not sway the British voter. They were hardly egalitarian. I personally had so many people nagging me, but they were only thinking about themselves. They are living the ME generation so beautifully described by the Editor of Vogue China, Angelika Cheung, at a lecture I went to recently. She said that they lived in a bubble of social media and computers. They only cared about themselves.



However, the "remain" vote lost because of the young people, who did not vote because it was raining.   The young  now complain on Facebook and social media.  They now need another vote,  they made a mistake, they need only the under 30's to vote and so on. They need to grow a backbone None of them voted enough and were weak.  The irony is the left wing Northerners voted against the left-wing intellectuals. Blame the cardigan and weakness of  Mr Corbyn. Blame Ed Milliband who created this. Nigel Farage meant to be right wing has become their leader.  David Cameron looked more hysterical every day against the brilliant academically superior Boris Johnson. 

Let' us move on, there will be more of a salami effect so we must have humour and make this work. Let's try to keep everything calm. If you don't love England than we won't delay you, but if you love England, find a way around it.  pick up the telephone create new opportunities. Make yourself useful. We are lucky to be in a lifeboat where we can pick up clean and fresh deals in a most positive and democratic way, instead of hanging around in The Titanic, with the old Federal State of the EU, where even the flag cannot burn.

Wednesday, 22 June 2016

Tuesday, 21 June 2016

Saturday, 18 June 2016

This time, voting is too important to ignore.

I personally, don't need brainwashing, the more people who tell me to stay, sends me to the opposite side. 

These are the facts.

Immigration is out of hand our money is running out of our fingers. The National Health Service is being dismantled and abused. Social handouts, that we pay to people who are old, children, are a necessity however, fifty thousand children get welfare who do not live in England. Sorry Europe can think again. 
In 1972 we were a manufacturing economy and now we are a service economy, our fishing rights don't belong to us but to Holland. Our electricity is EDF instead of LED. We have no say in our Parliament in Europe. The village I grew up is under threat. It is a shame that all the English believe in is replaced with the burka, and people who do not care about our roots. This is a magnificent country and that is why people want to come but enough is enough

The easy choice is to remain, in a stagnant economy, with people who do not care about our British way of life, in my case England. The Europeans want to neutralise us, telling us what bread we can eat, what music we can listen to etc. What everybody forgets is we are Irish, Welsh, Scottish, and English, and generally not United in our views. 

Whilst I am happy I can get a decent takeaway, I am not happy about the Muslim's belief system that clearly states, if they kill one of us that they have done a good deed.  I am thrilled that London has a multi-cultured, rich society from all different backgrounds, rich and poor so do not misunderstand me. I just wish political correctness had not become such a huge problem.




Of course, foreigners will not feel the same, they are not English. They did not grow up smelling our flowers, eating Daisy and Violet from our fields, riding a welsh cob, hunting without seeing a fox, celebrating Princess Diana getting married, our boarding schools,the comradeship you make there that never lets you down. They will not understand our education system, which could be so much better or understand the necessity of our welfare system, to be used only as a security blanket, it is not an absolute but something we set up after the war, to protect those that could not cope.

They will not understand the reputation of the East of London, the working class and the solid stamina that the workforce live their lives. They refuse to understand our silent class system which does not impede people succeeding.
I am fed up with everybody who wants to leave as being seen as bigoted little Englanders and educationally subnormal, it's not the case. Equally being labelled as the killers of the unfortunate Jo Cox. It is terrible that a democratic right to freedom of choice is perceived as being intolerant of society as it is today. Her barely cold body is used against Brexit's  Leave campaign,  guess by whom? This is not about class, race, gender, height, money, social standing but about choice. Since England was a free country some people would like that choice once again. There are no guarantees of success or failure with Remain or Leave, the fear mongering is shameful. It has nothing to do with money but with individual preference. 

Democracy must be allowed. The referendum is offering us a choice on the menu. Shame on the MP's who are stopping people from making up their mind carefully and quietly. I like cold hard facts and then I will make up my mind which is my business in my country. I personally think that Government should be listening to us the people and act upon the result and Cameron and co should be ashamed screaming abuse at his opposition. As a matter of fact, Boris Johnson is cleverer than David Cameron he was the scholar. Equally, the shameful treatment of Nigel Farage even if you are not a fan

is embarrassing and not democratic.  What was Bob Geldof thinking of  last week?  Remember they hid  Ukip ballot papers at the election. It is embarrassing, and Ukip did win enough votes, equalling the size of Scotland.  This is why people are fed up. I am not a supporter of Ukip but a floating voter.  They do however, have their rights, just as the followers of Corbyn and the Labour Party do. 
I am in favour of democracy.
When you tick your box on Thursday,  it will be in private, to protect your privacy.

Whatever the result it is our democratic right,  and we wish to make up our minds on our own.   If we become little England so beit.
The anti establishment is here to stay.


Wednesday, 15 June 2016

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