Monthly Archives: January 2017

Brainwashing Children.


Just what have we turned our children into? We have a generation of children so confused that their mental health is affected. Some are so confused they don’t know what gender they are supposed to be? Others are having mental … Continue reading

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January 1917 and January 1945


British attacks on the Somme front were stopped during inclement weather. Early January 1917, military operations by both sides were mostly restricted to surviving the rain, snow, fog, mud fields, waterlogged trenches and shell-holes. As preparations for the offensive at … Continue reading

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Going Green is bad for you


EU green transport target ‘may have increased greenhouse gas emissions’ Renewable transport goal has encouraged biofuels including those from palm oil and soybean, which are found to be worse than diesel oil for emissions. European Union renewable energy targets may … Continue reading

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Morals and good behaviour.


I pose a question to the good people of Anston. Is it morally right that the Parish Council continues to pay two local contractors who continually, at meetings, verbally abuse the Chairman, and ignore his instructions to stop disrupting the … Continue reading

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Forward into 2017


For the UK it will be about Brexit: the triggering of Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty at the end of March to enable the UK to leave the European Union, the response of the EU and the subsequent discussions. … Continue reading

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