Tag Archives: death

The Glorious Dead?

WE SHALL REMEMBER!! Watching the remembrance services for those who needlessly died in the First World War, I found myself becoming very angry. Not because of the services but because of the way the living were treated after the war, nobody helped … Continue reading

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The Structure Of Life

Another sad day is splashed across our television screens, the grief of families and friends and the tears of the World. Once again nature has torn a course of destruction through the Plains States of America. Homes are flattened in … Continue reading

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From A Cabinet Meeting 2013

Good Morning every one. Good Morning Prime Minister. Health Secretary have you seen this libelous blog about your department? Yes Prime Minister. Is this how people see our management of the health service? Unfortunately yes Prime Minister. This is terrible … Continue reading

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A NEEDLE it’s just a little prick.

Many many years ago when I were a little lad there used to be small hospitals, cottage hospitals, they were clean and healthy, nurses used to disinfect the wards clean everything in the wards and generally do what nurses should … Continue reading

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Paul Ryan – Hunt For Mitt October???

Since he was so rude to Britain on his visit to London I have been following the Mitt’s progress in the hope he would fall flat on his face a certain amount of arrogance is not good in foreign policy … Continue reading

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The Other Side

There are always two sides to a story and whereas I do not condone the actions of these thugs and hooligans, children running riot in our streets, I must point out a few things and have to say that this government is not … Continue reading

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Who Are The English?

For nearly a thousand years the Anglo-Saxon population of England have been subjugated by the Norman invaders. The English ruling class has maintained its grip on power whilst allowing a fantasy that ordinary people were somehow superior to the Scot’s, Irish … Continue reading

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