I voted in the referendum. I voted to remove a layer of government that we can all do without, whatever country we were born in. I voted leave.
I arrived at the polling station by car: not greenly consciousness enough to walk 2 miles in the rain, and then 2 miles to try to drain the strawberry fields where I work of about 40mm of excess water! It would have taken all the fun of playing this in the carpark too…
It was inevitable really wasn’t it. And of course, the media had a screaming orgasm when it happened! It appears that only The Mirror managed to compose itself long enough to print the truth, that Russian yobs attacked the England fans, and they showed little or no regard for families and children. How macho!
Where exactly was security in all this mess? Was this the greatest stand down by French authorities since the 2nd World War German occupation?
Not a news event as such, but something that, so far, appears to be very effective in the battle to keep rabbits out of the vegetable patch!
This has to be the simplest, and yet most effective way of deterring garden pests of the furry variety! Take a look at the video: cats aren’t keen it either. As an added bonus, this product also irrigates the area which you are trying to protect a little too.
I’ve been giving this some thought over the last few weeks. I’ve concluded that while I still believe in anarchy, freedom and self-rule, the vast majority of people around me wouldn’t survive without government. Whether it’s a so called democratically elected government, or a military installed dictatorship, or a corporate fascist conglomerate, people have been conditioned to require a system which sets out rules and doesn’t treat them too bad as long as they don’t step out of line.
For this reason, anarchy, I must accept, will never happen in my lifetime. Even if most of the population died in a nuclear attack, the survivors would almost certainly still form a government! So, I must now look at how I may be able to contribute to giving future generations the confidence to form an anarchist society one day. The first step must be to ween people off government: minarchism.
What a farce that was! Of course, I’m talking about the Farage/Cameron EU Referendum theatrics on ITV1.
Farage was predictably interrupted by the host every few seconds, whereas Cameron was allowed to ramble for minutes at a time!
Whether you agree with Farage or not, he certainly had the edge on Cameron. Farage was relaxed, spoke convincingly, and largely appeared to have the audience in agreement, regardless of ITV’s obvious bias towards Cameron. Makes you wonder who footed the bill for only one set of adverts in an hour long show?
Cameron looked a bit rattled, as he spewed the same old baseless bull we’ve heard over and over again. I wonder what job in the EU Bilderberg have lined for him.
Take a look at this ITV report, published shortly after the show, if you’re not convinced of how biased they are.
To be honest, I don’t trust politicians or ex-bankers, but I trust European globalists even less!
According to Euractiv, the EU Commission (that’s the unelected law makers) would like to introduce e-identity cards throughout Europe. It would be mandatory to have an e-identity in order to access government services, and do a little thing like access the internet!
So the Orwellian future is upon us. Bye bye privacy. Bye bye anonymity. Hello tracking by the thought police. Hello total shutdown of free speech.
Another good reason to get out of the EU while we still can!
Even the pro-remain biased BBC felt obliged to say a little about this:
A “small number” of EU citizens in the UK who are not eligible to take part in the referendum have received polling cards for the 23 June vote. The Electoral Commission said some had also received postal votes owing to a software “issue” in some areas. It says this has been resolved and the names will not appear on electoral registers used at polling stations. Leave campaigner Iain Duncan Smith criticised “lax” protections and a “highly concerning breach of the law”.
How is it that just a “small number” of “issues” have occurred in the software? Why not more? For instance, why didn’t my wife, who’s from an EU country, get a polling card? She’s lived here legally since just after her country of origin jumped out of the fire (USSR), and just before jumping into the frying pan (EU)! Perhaps that’s the reason: she doesn’t fit the demography. She’s witnessed the collapse of a socialist empire, largely funded by elitist bankers, and doesn’t want to witness it again. So, probably not likely to vote to remain in the EU!
Is it possible that the whole vote is a sham? Is this the extent of the corruption that we live under? Then how corrupt a system is the next layer of government, the EU? How corrupt the corporate puppet masters above that? And the bankers above them?
There may be a year or two of hard times ahead if we free ourselves from the clutches of the ever intrusive, all powerful EU, but if we don’t, we’ll be entering a lifetime of servitude. The whole world will be slipping into recession again within the next 12 months, so don’t let the fear mongers tell you we’re stronger in.
A universal tumour vaccine? ReportsMetro.
I find it hard to trust anything the vaccine companies do. They don’t have a good track record for transparent honesty, and in many parts of the world, are immune from prosecution, where others would find themselves up for corporate manslaughter.
The thing is, there’s an endless supply of money coming in for research, and there are plenty of charity bosses being kept in new cars and comfortable salaries for the good work that their largely unpaid volunteers do, raising money. So why stop the gravy train now?
A husband who beat to death a man trying to rape his wife inside their home in New York has been arrested and charged with manslaughter, police have said.
Mamadou Diallo, 61, broke into his and his wife’s apartment in Claremont Village in the Bronx shortly after 9.30pm on Monday after she called him to say she had broken free from a man who attacked her.
The attacker, identified as 43-year-old Earl Nash, had broken into the home and hit the woman in face before ripping off her clothes.
Once inside the building, Diallo ran into Nash in a hallway and beat him unconscious.
Paramedics later rushed Nash to hospital, where he died of his injuries.