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Saturday 11 April 2015

A snapshot of the UK

I show here one page from the Daily mail. It is a snapshot of what is happening in a once great country, now ruined by the politically correct, the inept and those in over zealous pursuit of minority interests to further theirs. It amounts to no less than a dereliction of duty on the part of political leaders, tantamount to treachery.




Number of drivers caught speeding increases by 25 per cent in just one year after rise in 'stealth' cameras used by the police 

NEW New figures show that the number of drivers caught out by the 'grey cameras' have soared, with 112,000 divers given penalty notices or sent to court for offences on the motorway.

The rise of the hooligan GRANDADS: Warning that football fans in their 60s are trying to relive their youth and encourage a new wave of soccer violence

BHMCE0 Cambridge united football fans cheer as their team comes on
NEW Dave Doggett, the chairman of Cambridge United, believes groups of up to 10 men - aged in their 50s and 60s - are trying to relive the 1980s by arranging fights with rivals prior to games.

Freed British Guantanamo Bay prisoner awarded £1million compensation after legal fight led by Jihadi John apologists CAGE is held over terror killing

File image 2006  - Minimum use fee of $100.  Free at at last: Jamal Kiyemba, a radical Uganda Muslim arrested in Afghanstan in 2001, and jailed  in Afghanstan, Pakistan and Cuba and Uganda was released last Week. He was caught up on  one of the Kampala Streets.
Photo by Ronald Kabuubi
NEW Jamal Kiyemba, 36, a Leicester University pharmacy student who grew up in London, was detained in Kampala in connection with the brutal murder of top female prosecutor Joan Kagezi.

Fury after flytippers dump 40 TONNES of industrial waste at side of village road 

The mounds of rubbish, described by one police officer as the worst he has seen in almost 30 years, will cost the public purse thousands of pounds to clear up in in Walsham-le-Willows, Suffolk.

Who is going to recover the Country and restore it to a law abiding, personally disciplined land with respect for the elderly and parents. A place free from apologists for heinous religions; free from left wingers whose policies of envy would rob the hard working to give to the feckless; free from the well-meaning but irresponsible people who put the guilty first whilst asking the innocent to fund holiday hotel style prisons; free from people who reckon that anything goes and fill the internet with pornography and lure youngsters into video games of sickening violence.
Or is it too late to turn the tide of filth that dominates the Country. There are still those that cherish the old values. People who help run the Guides and Boy Scouts, those who volunteer to help the aged and ferry people to and from hospital. There are many youngsters who aspire to do good when they are older but it is difficult, faced with the daily headlines we see to overcome a feeling that without some new heroes or heroines the place will lurch out of control. Her Majesty the Queen must wince when she reads the newspapers. She faces an election where Democracy will be tested when the Party with the most votes does not have power and the people choose to elect a Party that has twice come within a whisker of bankrupting the country. How can she trust her people when they behave so stupidly?
I do not see her son, her heir, being the man to do it. Charles is a good man, I’m sure, but is he strong enough to do his duty by his Country particularly as he has already vowed to become ‘Defender of ALL faiths’?  I doubt it; and I fear his sons will be no better. Maybe I’m becoming an old cynic, believing that our generation was the last good one but the more I see of globalisation, the spread of Islam, a seventh century cult, the less optimistic I am about the future. Where the hell has common sense gone?

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