Today is the UK's General Election Day. Tucked away in Jersey, Channel Islands, I still consider myself 100% British, despite my true blue British blood having been diluted with a little of my feisty Greek grandmother's. Although born in Yorkshire, I don't get to vote in the UK Elections, because I have been... Continue Reading →
How can anybody turn their back on Climate Change? It is happening. You cannot escape from it. You cannot ignore it. It is not about making the best business deal, it is about making plans for the long term preservation of our planet and every single one of us have a part to play. Nobody should be exempt. For someone who boasts about making his country great again, President Trump's extraordinary decision to pull out of the Paris Climate Agreement is beyond belief.
Paxman tried to completely out speak Jeremy Corbyn who took it all in his stride, even if an exasperated Corbyn had to say 'Let me finish!' too many times. Paxman seemed to tone it down a little for Theresa May, but managed to descend to the murky depth of name calling. Blowhard was well out of order. So, whilst I am on the subject of name calling Mr Paxman, boorish and windbag have just sprung to mind.
Delighted to hear that the European Parliament has decided to take some action against Janusz Korwin-Mikke but not sure if a temporary ban and suspension of his entitlements is sufficient. If he is to continue in his role as the Polish MEP long term he needs to ditch his painfully outdated and misogynistic views. Brava... Continue Reading →
Whilst watching this video, I had to remind myself that this is 2017. Was Mr Mikke taking the mickey? Bringing down the integrity of the European Parliament in breathtaking style by ranting about male superiority over women. Polish MEP Janusz Korwin-Mikke made some outrageous comments about men being superior to women; both brains and brawn. MCP springs to mind. Maybe he has lost his? Maybe he is a throwback from the Dark Ages?
In these unstable times, our shrinking and volatile world needs us all to pull together and unite more than ever before. I hardly had time to mourn the implications of Brexit, when I became consumed with the US Presidential Election. I try never to publicly air my political views, particularly after receiving a post Brexit bashing after... Continue Reading →
For a couple of hours, until bigger fry started commenting, I felt like a pariah. Accused of flaunting political propaganda, inaccurately at that and there was me thinking the title, at least, was accurate.
At a time when the world should all be pulling together to fight the evil that threatens to destroy it he British public have voted to alienate themselves from the rest of Europe.