Friends, are we losing sight of reality? I was watching the BBC news on television this morning and although I am now of the opinion that the BBC is guilty of being, let’s say, one sided, the discussion about the news of what was in the papers was a bit on the weird side. The liberal agenda was there for all to see and hear, so let’s have a female James Bond. No, we must have a black Bond. No, Bond should be a robot. May I say if you have read the books it seems that James Bond was certainly not female, not had a skin tint and was not a squirrel either. I purchased a recent film on CD, Black Panther, and thought it was great. Good actors who fitted the story admirably well. Do we now have to complain that there were no white actors called Bond in there? Of course not. We are now pandering to the idiotic requests of all sorts of weirdos and we have lost sense of reality.
The Labour leader’s *** views on Israel are pretty well known, yet he felt it was a good photo opportunity to be seen laying a wreath at the Munich memorial for the Israeli athletes. On its own a very nice thing to do but…? Then we heard that Boris had not lost his support from the centre part of the Conservative party. But the great and gullible Mrs May has it in for him now. As it was mentioned a bit too quickly we seem to have a strange political set-up. We have a Prime Minister who feels anti-Brexit but champions Brexit and we have a leader of the opposition who inwardly feels we have to be out of Europe yet he champions or is made to feel that we have to be in the European Union. Boris made some remarks which to be truthful are felt by the great silent majority but is held to be seen as a racist and bumbling charlatan. When will we be courageous enough to say to these liberal idiots, please shut it? Or better have a look at the opposing views and opinions? Lastly, is it not time that the great silent majority says at least something? I am mostly of that ilk but now I no longer want to be silent.
I have already said my bit about Boris and my views in general about politicians are also well known.
Again I must state, not ALL politicians, that’s the trouble with using words, they do not always convey a correct meaning and can be open to interpretation.
The trouble is we are hearing and seeing far too much. Yes, it is terrible, floods in France, dust storms in Australia, hundreds killed in the earthquakes. The only thing it does is make us afraid to get out onto the streets. There is little I can do to stop floods in France. Or earthquakes. However, we must not stop those news items. Only I think not show them in such great, endless detail. I don’t want to be made to feel powerless, or inadequate, deficient or found wanting. That’s why we need knowledgeable, competent, truthful politicians, leaders. People we can trust to do the right things, who are not prolifigate (I made this word up from the adjective prolific, nice eh?) with OUR money, who spend what they have and can to the benefit of the population. Yes, I do live in hope.
***I think the bit about laying wreaths is probably not correct - not at the graves of Israeli athletes but Palestinian terrorists. Wow, sorry Jeremy it gets worse and worse. Just go on a very long extended holiday, something like 20 years? What all this shows is something for ALL politicians to remember - Watch what you say and do and that whatever you said or have done 20 years ago might come back and bite you in the ar*e!