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Conforming to the narrative

This post: circa 1,500 words, estimated reading time: 7 to 8 minutes. Do you conform to the narrative? This is a general question and applies equally to barmy TV plots, politics, religions, media ‘guidance’ and the madness of the ‘woke’ left. Do you go along with what you are told because it’s the easiest path? …

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Brexit coup d’etat?

The state of parliament and the Brexit coup d’état I contend that the current House of Commons is filled with lackeys of febrile wit. That being so, who is pulling all the strings? The answer, at least on a gross level is obvious: ‘big business’ multi-nationals, the EU, the banks, ‘the establishment’, the media, lobby …

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Preempting the General Election, 2019(?)

Who should you vote for, and why, or rather why not? In many ways this will be a rambling post*, and in as many more ways, pointless. It seeks to steer your vote one way (“my way”, of course), while pointing out that voting is based on tribalism, laziness, and often monumental ignorance, and acknowledges …

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Brexit? Vexit? Walk away from a bad deal!

A tale of two connections. Unlike our government, unlike the CBI (incredibly!), and unlike most remainers (it seems), I have a better grasp on business! Not exactly horses for courses, ‘cos I’m only talking about broadband, not international trade, but the same logic applies. Between accepting a bad deal – or no deal, you walk …

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Politics in the UK is broken, what can we do?

Vote again until you get it right, or be ignored Brexit or not – and there WILL be hell to pay if not – I’m thinking ahead to local and General Elections. The EU has a long history of either ignoring referendums, or telling nation states to vote again until it gets the “right” answer… …

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A letter to my MP, Connor McGinn, re No ‘No deal’ and extending Brexit.

A letter to my MP, Connor McGinn, re No ‘No deal’ and extending Brexit. Dear Conor McGinn, Watching the latests from Westminster, I’m so ‘pleased’ to note how well you have our backs covered. Glancing at the Labour manifesto (https://labour.org.uk/manifesto/) and your parties proud slogan, “For the many, not the few.” Just as a wee …

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Reminder to the government

Found this post on Facebook (here) and thought I’d share as it’s an important message and reminder to us, to the prime minister, to MPs, and to government.

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