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#G602* – Has Our Government the Vaguest Clue?

Posted by Greg Lance - Watkins (Greg_L-W) on 20/08/2011

#G602* – Has Our Government the Vaguest Clue?

Hi,

when you are aware that the man in the street with a wit of common sense saw it coming – how come Her Majesty The Queen incredulously asked The British Prime Minister, the economically illiterate Gordon Brown ‘Did none of you see this economic crisis coming?’

Well stop and think for a moment – Remember Gordon Brown is the economic illiterate who sold 400 metric tonnes of OUR Gold at around $250 an ounce when China had a buy order for 10,000 metric tonnes at almost any price to strengthen their currency and as a result Gold is being traded at $1,800 at the moment and realistically expected to double in price shortly.

Would you ask a fool like Gordon Brown a question about economics and expect an intelligent answer!

Now perhaps since Gordon Brown was one of Tony Blair’s key cabinet ministers when Tony Blair lied to The Queen, The Parliament, The people and our alies to become embroilled in the crimes against humanity and war crimes in the unlawful slaughter of people in Iraq and the ignominious retreat by The British Forces when they were kicked out of Bazra to skulk at Basra Airport until saved by leaving.

Perhaps these individuals can tell us all what the hell was the vision, the strategy or the tactics meant to be in Afghanistan?

Perhaps one of our Generals could tell us since they seem to be achieving the sum total of nothing of value as they serve time until they get their pensions and then betray our troops by THEN speaking out like that creep Jackson or getting themselves hugely over paid jobs with defence contractors as do many in The MoD or merely making the right political noises to get booted into The House of Lords as perpetual pundits of no value to man or beast.

OK so what have we achieved in Afghanistan and when will we be booted out in ignominy having never controlled much beyond the area of a postage stamp in that vaste wilderness at a cost of a fortune but more importantly as a result of murdering many young British lives which is all the politicians have achieved so far!


For those of a stronger disposition perhaps you would care to consider this CLICK HERE

“In politics, stupidity is not a handicap.” 
Napoleon Bonaparte (1769-1821)

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Greg L-W.
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#352b* – KIPLING, Rudyard – The River’s Tale

Posted by Greg Lance - Watkins (Greg_L-W) on 30/09/2010

#352b* – KIPLING, Rudyard – The River’s Tale

The River’s Tale

Prehistoric

    Twenty bridges from Tower to Kew–
    (Twenty bridges or twenty-two)–
    Wanted to know what the River knew,
    For they were young and the Thames was old,
    And this is the tale that the River told:– 
    “I WALK my beat before London Town,
    Five hour up and seven down.
    Up I go till I end my run
    At Tide-end-town, which is Teddington.
    Down I come with the mud in my hands
    And plaster it over the Maplin Sands.
    But I’d have you know that these waters of mine
    Were once a branch of the River Rhine,
    When hundreds of miles to the East I went
    And England was joined to the Continent.
    “I remember the bat-winged lizard-birds,
    The Age of Ice and the mammoth herds,
    And the giant tigers that stalked them down
    Through Regent’s Park into Camden Town.
    And I remember like yesterday
    The earliest Cockney who came my way,
    When he pushed through the forest that lined the Strand,
    With paint on his face and a club in his hand.
    He was death to feather and fin and fur.
    He trapped my beavers at Westminster.
    He netted my salmon, he hunted my deer,
    He killed my heron off Lambeth Pier.
    He fought his neighbour with axes and swords,
    Flint or bronze, at my upper fords,
    While down at Greenwich, for slaves and tin,
    The tall Phoenician ships stole in.
    And North Sea war-boats, painted and gay,
    Flashed like dragon-flies, Erith way;
    And Norseman and Negro and Gaul and Greek
    Drank with the Britons in Barking Creek,
    And life was gay, and the world was new,
    And I was a mile across at Kew!
    But the Roman came with a heavy hand,
    And bridged and roaded and ruled the land,
    And the Roman left and the Danes blew in–
    And that’s where your history-books begin!”

“In politics, stupidity is not a handicap.” Napoleon Bonaparte (1769-1821),

Regards,
Greg L-W.

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British Politicians with pens and treachery, in pursuit of their own agenda and greed, have done more damage to the liberty, freedoms, rights and democracy of the British peoples than any army in over 1,000 years.

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