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So I Love Sailing and All Things Nautical

So I write naval adventure stories which have a relationship running through them and yes there is sex in there.  But what people must remember is that in the times I write about (and I have researched them) it was … Continue reading

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Well Its Like This……

“Well its like this your honour. There I was minding my own business, fast asleep when this here Jason Watson turned up and hauled me off to China to see how he helped the East India Company to sell opium to … Continue reading

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Who Can You Trust??? NOBODY!!!

Once again the United States allows others countries to take all the pain and economic down turn when the responsibility is firmly theirs! When the Soviet Union collapsed and Ukraine became an independent country it had the third largest nuclear … Continue reading

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History Repeating??

I was Listening to an interview with the Latvian Minister, and wondered why NATO has not put a small presence there. If you take a look at how it helped Germany during the cold war to have bases there – … Continue reading

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My Word Is My ?????

One thing that the crisis in the Ukraine has highlighted is the Russian Federations view of it’s neighbours who share it’s borders. It is as though they are part of Russia and therefore Russia can define their Foreign Policy position. It … Continue reading

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A Destructive Policy

In the late 1940’s America had a policy of destabilising any country which gave support to or was supported by France and Britain. These were colonial powers and the US was totally opposed to them especially when they took over … Continue reading

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Way To Go!

Did you hear Lord Tebbit’s speech to the GMB union today? That wasn’t Lord Tebbit it was Vince Cable. Are you sure?  it sounded like Lord Tebbit, I thought Nick Clegg was going to put clear daylight between the two … Continue reading

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The News

A gracious hand waving at a window. Diamonds sparkling as a limousine passes by.    Black suits freshly pressed. Haute Couture dresses finely displayed in the bright sunlight. Power radiates forth, confidence is all-consuming. Friendship openly displayed by all. The smoke … Continue reading

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The Worlds Hottest Destination

We are obviously missing some vital attraction that draws people to this mainly desert wilderness. Alexander the Great fought all the way from Macedonia to reach it. Genghis Khan Extended his reach from China and Mongolia to arrive at this … Continue reading

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Bogged Down

The international community seems to be sitting on the moral high ground telling all and sundry that they should be democratic and free but what if it cost the lives of those people, ordinary folk who just want to live … Continue reading

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