Novelist. Author of APSARAS and tales from the beautiful Saigh Valley. First person to quantify spiritual values.

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Sunday, 12 January 2020

Royal Duty

Tomorrow, the Queen and other members of the Royal Family will meet to consider the request from the Prince Harry to step back from front line Royal duties. The Prince's wife, the Duchess of Sussex will contribute via conference call from her bolt hole in Canada.
It seems that the Duchess, an American actress, cannot cope with the demands expected of her as a member of the Family, wishing to withdraw from public life whilst retaining some privileges. Harry will understand that it is nigh on impossible to be half Royal and having accepted his hand in marriage, I am sure he will be disappointed that Meghan has failed expectations. He will also be mindful that previous liaisons between members of the Royal Family and American woman have led to tensions, not only in the UK. Harry might have remembered the old adage that royalty should 'walk out' with actresses, not marry them.
Her Majesty would do well to remind her Grandson that in 1940, she too had the opportunity to scarper to Canada to avoid the relentless bombing of London by the Luftwaffe, but unlike him she chose to face the enemy directly. As her mother put it: 'she couldn't face other Londoners if she'd deserted her post'.

This blog wishes her Majesty well, mindful that, as always, her duty will guide her ministrations and set an example to all.

Thursday, 2 January 2020

New Year 2020

May I wish all my readers a happy, healthy New Year.

For myself, I hope that my hobby, writing novels and other works of interest, finally becomes a commercial success. After all, people around the world still read both paperbacks and ebooks and are looking for new authors beyond, for example, the Pattinsons and Cusslers. I need a new car this year so rather than beg may I implore readers to take a leap of imagination and embrace the literary art of yours truly; there is plenty of choice. see:

What do I hope for beyond the health and happiness of my own family and friends?
A realisation that we have only one human right. We have no right to be happy, to be married or have a family. We only have a right to the opportunity to exist or live. That's all; the other is just a wish list unrecognised in nature.
An abrupt change in the polarisation of wealth by legislating how much executives including political leaders can divert corporate wealth to their own accounts. To stop completely the reward for failure especially in the public domain and the reversal of legislation that allows the public to sue public institutions, especially the NHS. If you are happy to accept for free the services of this overstretched service then you must accept the consequences. You should not be able to sue yourself. Failing clinicians should be disciplined according to the sentiment above.

Saturday, 14 December 2019

Who, now, votes Labour?

The recent election seems to me to demonstrate a new demographic for Labour Party voters. Their traditional support of working class folk in the north have deserted, in droves, the extreme left wing, Marxist ideology of Jeremy Corbyn and John MacDonell. These voters, forsaking the tradition of their families find more comfort in the traditional, Nationalistic values of the Conservatives. So who are still voting for Labour?
The clue lies in the greatest concentration of Labour voters, London. I suggest that voting here exposes the core Labour vote lies in the ethnic minorities, immigrants, dependents on welfare handouts and the Muslim community. We can also add the naive young, those allowed to vote despite having done nothing and been nowhere and the ideologically driven old dinosaurs who insist, despite obvious proof to the contrary, that Socialism works. Ask the folk of Venezuela.
If this is correct then in future elections, the battle for power will not be left versus right but the indigenous natives and those newcomers who accede to the traditions and norms of the UK against those newcomers who want to change the Country to accommodate their wants and laws.
The new intake of MPs is being widely celebrated as being the most diverse ever with larger numbers of representatives of the minorities being elected. Readers of this blog will know that it is my argument that Members of Parliament should be a minimum of third generation immigrants. It cannot be right that people who have newly arrived in the Country sit in the legislature governing those whose families have resided in the UK's sceptred isles for thousands of years. What presumption!

Wednesday, 11 December 2019

Your 18 and voting for the first time

You are eighteeen and voting for the first time. You were eight when the last Labour government was in power and may be unaware of how it ended.
The Labour Chief Secretary to the Treasury, Liam Byrne, left a note for the incoming coalition government saying: I'm sorry there is no money left'. In effect he was saying that his Labour government had brough the United Kingdom to the verge of bankruptcy. To listen to Jeremy Corbyn and colleagues complaining about the Tory/DUP austerity measures is bizarre but poorly challenged especially when it is well known that the Labour Party is very good at spending other peoples money. Remember, governments do not have money; they have tax-payer's money and in this election the Socialists are once again hoping to fool the electorate by planning to spend trillions of it.
Principle of this is the proposed spending on the sick, the NHS. Each Party, nervous of upsetting the masses, has promised to spend more on the NHS but it is a bottomless pit. If you spent all the taxpayers money to the detriment of defence and social care, say, on the NHS it wouldn't be enough to satisfy the pre-election Labour party.
You, the new electorate, need to balance your natural inclination to believe in santa clause and tooth fairies and think of this: when there is no money in your purse and your bank, you do not go out and buy a new suit or dress. That is Labour party politics. If you are prudent and look after the finances like the Conservatives, you can eventually afford what your heart desires.
One more thing you need to know. Socialist Countries always fail. Governments need to look after the wealth creators and if a Labour Party is returned to power, both they and their money will flee the Country leading to a run on the pound sterling. Once again the UK will be the poor man, not only of Europe, but the wider world.

Tuesday, 10 December 2019

Presents at Christmas

Struggling for gift ideas? Why not give a Kevill Davies book; there's plenty to choose from. Just go to:

for a full list including a novelette for less than the cost of a pint and a book for scientists and those who question the orthodoxy of science and religion.

May I appeal to readers to please share this post.

Friday, 6 December 2019

Leadership qualities

Much has been made, during the General Election campaign of the fitness of the various Party leaders to hold the post of Prime Minister. In particular, there have beeen questions of the trust worthiness of Boris Johnson both in his public and private life.
It would seem that the news networks, ever on the lookout for scoops and sensationalism wish to unearth previously unknown stains on the characters, as if the public's ideal Premier resembles a whiter than white character. They troll through public utterances from as far back as possible posing previously failed ambition, regardless of reason, as unkept promise.
Johnson should promote his character as a positive. He should cite the example of God's choice for the first king of Israel. God did not choose a man of unblemished character, He chose a known, womanising reprobate with a record of ruthlessness called David. He chose the person best fitted for the job. The British electorate must do the same.

Tuesday, 3 December 2019


Whilst the Labour Party defends itself against a charge of Antisemiticism, it counters by accusing the Conservatives of 'Islamophobia'.
As I understand it, 'Islamophobia' literally means, fear of Islam (not hatred of Muslims) and I would argue that it would be stupid not to fear Islam. The religion is the cause of most conflicts around the world since the second World War and responsible for the mass migration,today, of people in Burma, China and other places, including from the Middle East to Europe.
This fear of Islam is not helped by its adherents, Muslims, continuing to abide by its seventh century cult traditions, maintained by Mafia like institutions such as apostasy ( the only way out of the mafia was in a coffin) and blasphemy(omerta), both punishable by death.
Recent events at London Bridge and elsewhere demonstrate the need to be watchful of adherents to Islam, a religion capable of misinterpretation. It is true that the majority of Muslims are good people who want to bring up a family peacefully, living in harmony with their fellows but they must understand that their religion gives genuine cause for alarm.

Following the recent London Bridge atrocity there has been much speculation about the effectiveness of trying to rehabilitate jihadists, especially those who have committed and been found guilty of murder. Please, in these discussions, remember that there is no rehabilitation for the victims. No hope for the future. No justice whilst the perpetrators receive every encouragement to live.
The imam at the vigil should be praised for condemning the murderer and his actions as non Islamic.

Thursday, 21 November 2019

The Ranch

A short while ago I announced that after five years work, my 6th novel, 'Apsaras III, The Ranch' was finished subject to  editing. It is a story about a retired but wealthy banker meeting twin Thai girls and setting up a refuge for disadvantaged women in southern Thailand. In this, the third story in the series, Jack Benson, the banker, finds a private members club, 'The Ranch', operating nearby using trafficked women and youngsters. 'The Ranch', he learns, is patronised by the rich and famous members of a worldwide network, looking for the ultimate sexual gratification, taking advantage of exploited and vulnerable women and children. Jack and the twins determine to close 'The Ranch' and expose those responsible for the villains they are.

Today, the news of Prince Andrews friendship with convicted paedophile, Jeffrey Epstein, has, understandably, caused shocks throughout the world. It seems that Epstein had set up a centre for hedonistic pleasures in a Mexican property he called, 'The Ranch'. How strange! especially as much of what went on in Mexico, the depravity and evil, mirrors exactly the fictional story portrayed in my novel.

I have no agent but if readers of this article knows of anyone interested to read the story (127,000 words) with a view to publishing I would be pleased to hear from them.

With thanks to the Daily mail for the photo of the Mexican property.

Wednesday, 23 October 2019

UK General Election 2019

It is looking likely that the UK will hold a General Election before the end of the year. Parliament is effectively hogtied, unable to resolve the Brexit impasse with a Government struggling to implement its policies.
Johnson seems to have a good lead in the polls but so did Mrs May at the time of the last GE. What is different this time? The determination of a Labour Party making a last ditch effort to impose an unreformed, unapologetic Socialist agenda on a Country tired of politics. Their main target is the young, the minorities particularly the Muslim community and the otherwise disaffected. Because the traditional demographic has changed, I suggest there is a feeling amongst the Labour Party chiefs that it is now or never or 'do or die' for their cause; the politics of envy. Take from those who have and hand it over to those who haven't; the old story of Robin Hood. Picture Jeremy Corbyn in Lincoln green, a feather in his cap, alongside his Maid Marion in the guise of Diane Abbott.
Because of this imperative, I suggest that this will become the most vitriolic GE in recent times, stirred up by a momentum group dedicated to imposing their will by force where necessary. Vilification of all other parties by social media will be widespread and unprecedented. Widespread voter fraud, especially postal voting, plus bullying at booths will be seen.
Here is a reminder of what we can expect with a Jeremy Corbyn government.

A Jeremy Corbyn government can be summarised as follows:
The politics of Cuba,
The economics of Venezuela,
The military capability of Switzerland,
The foreign policy of Hamas and Hezbollah,
The industrial policy of Orgreave, complete with flying pickets.

Business and Capital will flee the Country leading to lack of investment and the decline of commercial UK. It will result in loss of revenue leading to a decline in all services including the NHS.

Friday, 18 October 2019

Let's be honest

If the Angel Gabriel came down from heaven to earth with Boris' Brexit deal, the likes of Hilary Benn, Dominic Grieve, Anna Soubrey and Jeremy Corbyn would reject it, probably without even reading it.
Such is their interpretation of Democracy, it would appear it is the system of government where only their opinion counts. The people voted out, no ifs or buts ifs