Tuesday, 28 September 2010

Blimey

I have been catching up with my favourite blogs this morning in an attempt to get up to date with the "real news". Quite honestly, if you rely on Sky and the BBC News, you could quite easily imagine that the election of a demented schoolboy as labour leader was the only thing happening.

Other than that of course, the EU seems to be keeping up its pretence of business as usual and the NuLabour Coalition have made little difference to life in the UK. The bank of England is telling savers to spend all their money instead of saving it, which of course is reason to do the complete opposite.

I feel like I'm living in a nightmare that I'm not going to wake up from. I have gone from being born a free, proud Englishwoman to an EU minion and slave.



Nationless, nameless, faceless, just a number and a cash cow.


South America is beginning to look more attractive every day!

11 comments:

  1. New Zealand would be my preference Sue, but I'm too old now and wouldn't be allowed in.

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  2. NZ is very much like the UK. I'm sick of political correctness and being ripped off by governments that claim to represent me.

    I just want to disappear.

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  3. Thought you had disappeared Sue, but know why you have been absent. Welcome back!

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  4. I have been ill. I collapsed a few weeks ago. Stress and exhaustion. I don't think we realise quite how life is affecting us these days. I wake up angry and frustrated every morning.

    Sometimes you have to escape into the bubble and not care too much about what is going on.

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  5. The "news" is more sickening by the day, Sue, Boulton's back in his element at the Labour conference - so much so that I feel like smacking him a bloody good one to take that awful smug grin off his face.

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  6. God Spidey, did you see the bunch of retards at the conference?

    Fuck me, I'm stunned! Thank goodness they won't be in charge any time soon.

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  7. Loads of us will be at Battle on the 9th, 10th and 11th October:

    There to raise a glass to the last true king of the Englisc.

    There to support The Steadfast Trust.

    There to break bread with our kinfolk and do what must be done.

    There for England.

    Waes Hael.

    Steve

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  8. Steve,

    I will do my best to be there.

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  9. Good to see you back Sue.

    South America ? theyr'e all a bunch of Marxists over there anyway.Try south east Asia.

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  10. Ferthu hal, Sue.

    Come if you can, if not there's always next year - we're not going anywhere x

    Steve

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  11. The ones in charge now are bad enough.

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