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So let's get on with it. We must put the case for Brexit anew. We must take nothing for granted. It doesn't matter what we do with the money. We can put it in the NHS or buy pink elephants with it. The point is it's hard working British peoples' money and it should be spent on them. The EU is not democratic. The people who run it are oligarchical despots - and not benevolent ones either. Paying all this money for "free trade" - what a contradiction in terms! And who benefits? Not the ordinary people who stump up the cash! And why, for this "free trade" do we have to let Brussels/ Strasbourg (EU have two Parliaments) make 59% of our laws? How does that work? Well, it doesn't. We only rubber stamp their commands in our Parliament. We are vassals and our Parliament is a puppet EU...
Ch.8 A MODEST GIFT The audience clapped enthusiastically as he handed over the check for ten thousand dollars. Humbly, he bowed his head, implying by expression and body movement that his gift was given magnanimously, with no thought or expectation of gratitude or thanks. It was the slight little self deprecating shrug of the shoulders, the feeble wave of the hands,...
December 27, 2008 "Maybe we just all lose". That was the sad thought that went through my mind. I don't presume to apportion guilt. Or responsibility. What do I really understand about a conflict that has been going on for a thousand years? I have read about it. I study it. I try to see both sides of the story. All I know is that I feel sorry for the anguished man...
Ch 7. ENTER THE LITTLE GUYS The rotor blades slapped hard as the helicopter banked, and he studied the Breezer with a critical eye. They were down there all right. He could see their shapes flitting about just underneath the surface. A hundred tons' worth at least. He pressed the transmit button to alert the mother ship, passed on range and bearing, received an...
Ch 6. THE LABYRINTH OF LOVE Chris O'Dwyer, it could be said, had two great loves in life. She loved animals. Especially sick or hurt animals. And she loved sailing. The further away the better, and the faster the better. It was an instinct she had inherited from her grandfather. He had been in the Merchant Navy for many years. Then he had retired, grown...
Ch 5. THE REFUSE BARREL Life on board ship had its lighter moments. Standing up on the helideck, Bob looked down in amusement at the furtive preparations being made to initiate a new crew member. Poor little Pablo, blissfully unaware, stood where he had been told to, waiting for orders. Small in stature, with long black hair, he was a gentle Philippino lad, on his first...
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