I am making this page into a post as I am working on something for Trafalgar Day on the 21st October.
30th June 2020
Pop music. ‘Pop, pop, pop music……New York, London, Paris, Munich, everybody talk about, pop music…’ A great song by ‘M’ from 1979. Good to dance to. If you like that sort of thing, which I do.
Everybody talks about pop music. Do they? What about the orchestra members? They might play classical music, not pop music. Or perhaps a big band, a brass band like the Grimethorpe Colliery Band who played with Peter Skellern.
Or Jazz, or folk, or heavy metal. Or Chinese music. African music. Latin American. A whole host of styles. But not pop music? Well, pop means popular. And if some people like it, it’s popular to them. in the 19th century classical music was popular, and still is today. And they talk about it. So everybody talks about it, from London to New York, Tokyo to Rio de Janeiro etc.
And I can appreciate it all. Your favourite might not be my preferred style (I was a teenager in the ‘70’s you know) but I can still enjoy it. When I was young I remember being captivated by Holst’s The Planets. You can dance to that too, why not try it?
William Tell Overture. You can almost smell the rain after the thunderstorm. And the finale, that wonderful gallop, which they used for the Lone Ranger. Wikipedia entry for the Overture says ‘…the term “intellectual” has been defined as “a man who can listen to the William Tell Overture without thinking of the Lone Ranger.’
You what??! My definition of intellectual in that case is someone with no sense of romance, someone who has lost his childhood (if he or she ever had one). A lost soul. How sad. If you played and enjoyed cowboys and Indians as a child you will know what I mean. ‘Hi, ho, Silver, away!’
Thinking of hi ho, how about ‘Hi, ho silver lining’ by Jeff Beck, a classic dance tune. Or ‘Hi ho, hi ho, it’s off to work we go’ by the 7 dwarves of Snow-White fame.
Lots of music, lots and lots and lots of wonderful music. Of course, some of it can be too loud, but that’s the fault of those playing their music system, ghetto blaster, etc, etc at excessive volumes. And some can be a bit repetitive. I mean, Motorhead’s ‘Overkill’ is good for a headbang but your head will fall off if you do much, or at least you will get a very stiff neck if you don’t warm up first!
Well, you can find just about anything on Youtube nowadays, all the old songs from your childhood you thought you might not hear again. Lullabies, love songs, you name it.
Bands, who made or make money from sales of LP’s, tape cassettes, CD’s or downloads might complain over copyright. But people used to be paid for performances before the age of mass media and before making copies of a song or music in a factory.
So why not go back to that, and if you need to earn more to live, be flexible and do other things as well? Lots of people do.
Anyway, who invented music in the first place? Where does the original music come from? Well, there’s a song in the Bible, a Psalm, no. 19. In verse 2 it says in the phoenetics ‘yə·ḥaw·weh lə·lay·lāh wə·lay·lāh’. ‘yə haw’ reminds me of The Lone Ranger, and ‘lay lah’ reminds me of Derek and the Dominoes song ‘Layla’.
And this is in reference to the stars at night! And who made the stars? Right at the beginning of the book of Genesis at the start of the Bible it tells us. God made the heavens and the earth. We can gaze in awe at the skies at night and we now know that planets have moons that revolve round them. Like circle dances with someone in the middle.
There is a song from the 1960’s Lord of the Dance by Sydney Carter. These are the last verses and refrain.
I danced on a Friday when the sky turned black; It’s hard to dance with the devil on your back. They buried my body and they thought I’d gone; But I am the dance, and I still go on:
Dance, then, wherever you may be, I am the Lord of the dance, said he, And I’ll lead you all, wherever you may be, And I’ll lead you all in the dance, said he.
They cut me down and I leapt up high; I am the life that’ll never, never die. I’ll live in you if you’ll live in me: I am the Lord of the dance, said he.
Dance, then, wherever you may be, I am the Lord of the dance, said he, And I’ll lead you all, wherever you may be, And I’ll lead you all in the dance, said he.
Well, there is a dispute about Friday, which needs more research – but otherwise a super song. And who does it speak of? A real Man who died and was truly raised from the dead with a new body.
Someone to lead us in the dance of life if we will follow him.
It is time I lent a hand in New Zealand. They are struggling a bit. This post is long but split into subheadings following those in the Wikipedia link below.
For those that don’t know, Jacinda Ardern is leader of the Labour Party; she has been prime minister of New Zealand since 2017. And full of zeal for her country it seems. This is the main Wikipedia link.
But how shall we approach her here? Sensibly or not so sensibly? Why not both. I can see some opportunities here for a bit of teasing and I think she deserves it. Any leader worth their salt needs teasing anyway.
Salt is good and adds flavour, but I am not sure she is flavour of the month to some people.
Well, she looks quite pretty to me as a man (I mean I am a man, not her!), although her teeth are rather dominant. She has quite a mouthful. Still, I can say in all honesty that I will seek to tell the ‘tooth, the whole tooth and nothing but the tooth!’
Meaning behind the name
Her full name is Jacinda Kate Laurell Ardern. This is quite a mouthful, again reminding me of her teeth.
Jacinda – means Hyacinth. This is because a ‘j’ can be used liked an ‘I’ or a ‘y’, and ‘d’ like a ‘th’. Hence ‘Yacintha’ or ‘Hyacintha’ or ‘Hyacinth’.
The hyacinth flower name has a most interesting meaning. In Greek mythology, Apollo the sun god and Zephyr the god of the west wind compete for a young boy’s affections. At one point Apollo is teaching Hyakinthos how to throw the discus and Zephyr gets so angry that he blows a gust of wind in Apollo’s direction, which sends the discus hurling back in the direction of Hyakinthos, striking and killing him. Apollo, brokenhearted, notices that a flower springs up from the blood that was spilled and names the flower hyacinth in honor of the boy. This symbol of the hyacinth flower has remained pretty simple throughout history.
And perhaps Jacinda Ardern is pretty simple. Some would say simply stupid.
Kate – means ‘pure or chaste’. Chased by whom it doesn’t explain. Probably by those who want to ask her why she trashed the New Zealand economy over a few cases of the ‘flu.
Laurell – means the evergreen tree, a crown of its leaves being used as an honour.
Neurenteric – Of or pertaining to both the neuron and the enteron apparently. I assume this related to the moron, see later, heading below.
Relaundered – what is she laundering? Money perhaps.
Alienated – might be becoming true although she has been very popular.
Unclean – despite being laundered. But she also can be clean. So perhaps both at the same time. So perhaps she is confused. That makes better sense. See later too.
Aaren cardinal jelled kraut – German and Catholic links, makes sense.
Dark red Canaanite Judea Jl – reminds you of what the Caananites got up to in Judea. Red reminds you communism, and of blood, the blood of the children sacrificed to Moloch. Similar to abortion which she has supported.
She gained a Bachelor of Communication Studies (BCS) in politics and public relations. So nothing useful then.
She worked in a soup kitchen for a time. It is rumoured she was known as the soup dragon whilst there. See The Clangers, a children’s program from the late 1960’s/early 1970’s.
Ever since she has been dropping clangers.
Ardern moved to London, England where she became a senior policy adviser in an 80-person policy unit of British prime minister, Tony Bliar (sic). This explains a lot. Employ a Moron (sic) as a senior policy advisor (despite being a ‘junior’ in age).
Ardern was also seconded to the UK Home Office to help with a review of policing in England and Wales. The one who was ‘firsted ‘didn’t want to go so they made do with second best.
This may explain why Cressida Dick got where she did. I have done a post on her too. Link at the end if you are interested.
These are Ross and Laurell Ardern. They were both morons (sic) too which is why Jacinda was brought up a moron (sic) of course.
But they do look decent sort of people from the photographs. Perhaps appearances can be deceiving.
Apparently he was High Commissioner of New Zealand to Niue, an island about 101 sq. miles in extent so equivalent to roughly 10 miles long by 10 miles wide for those whose maths is not very good. This includes Jacinda I expect.
He also served as Niue’s director of prisons and director of immigration.
The population was 1,784 at the last census in 2017 so I am told. It is 1,755 miles from New Zealand.
The population is about the size of a large village. So perhaps the prison there is like a village lockup in England.
The prison is currently less secure than a village lockup. Here is a picture of a village lockup as an example which is in Wheatley, near Oxford, England. It looks more substantial. Perhaps they should send their felons there.
I understand the roof leaks on the Niue prison. Perhaps the current chief of Police should find a solid piece of corrugated iron and repair it himself, as it doesn’t seem the New Zealand government will pay the price of having someone do it for him.
He may be too busy of course, as no doubt crime is rampant among the 1,784 inhabitants. Social distancing not being observed, not wearing masks, that sort of thing.
They talk about high security prison. Perhaps they need a new door with a padlock.
I have been rather distracted. Anyway, Ross Ardern was based in Samoa for a while, about 2,028 miles from New Zealand.
I believe he was last reported in Tokelau which is 4 sq. miles in extent over three atolls. It has a population of 1,499 according to the census in 2016.
And it is 2,046 miles from New Zealand.
It does rather seem that he is trying to get as far from the mainland of New Zealand as possible without leaving the country as it were. And to a place where the land mass is shrinking.
There are unsubstantiated rumours that his next posting will be to a 10 foot square rock in the Pacific somewhere, but that seems rather silly.
But then there is no accounting for moronity.
There is no airstrip on Tokelau and no helicopter connection, so the only physical link to the outside world is by boat. It is not clear whether this is due to Jacinda not wanting to see him or vice versa.
There is no prison on the atolls. I suppose it is rather difficult to get off the islands, so perhaps that is why.
In Jacinda’s Wikipedia article only her father is mentioned under parents on the top right hand summary. This is a bit odd.
Jacinda doesn’t seem to me to look like her parents. She has these teeth you see. This is a bit odd.
I understand male Morons (sic) can have more than one wife. Could this explain things?
President of International Union of Socialist Youth
I checked online and found this booklet from its website. There is no obvious date on it except the link address says 2016.
From page 5 (as opposed to the 5th page).
No single right is more important than others. Human rights are connected and cannot be viewed isolated from each other – they are indivisible.
That seems very good. However, I prefer to stress responsibility rather than rights; we are all responsible to each other, our neighbours, to love one another.
It then says this.
All kinds of discrimination based on social origin, gender, ethnic background, religion, ability, sexual orientation or abibility are a violation of the human rights.
Including the ability to use grammar, spell and proof read it seems. Still, it’s the thought that counts.
Jacinda wasn’t the president at the time of publication of the booklet so perhaps this sub-heading was a waste of time.
On the other hand perhaps Jacinda has been elected prime minister on the same basis. You know, not discriminating on the grounds of ability or even abibility. It happens a lot nowadays.
Leader of the Opposition
I note this.
During the protest, one farmer displayed a sign calling Ardern a “pretty communist”. This was criticised as misogynistic by former Prime Minister Helen Clark.
I assume Helen Clark was also brought up a Moron (sic), however. Being pretty is not misogynistic. Being a communist is not misogynistic (although it is stupid, but that’s another matter).
It is rumoured that the farmer later apologised and said he meant to say she was a ‘pretty ugly communist’ and ‘would that make Helen Clark happier?’ I understand Helen was not available for comment (but this is only a rumour).
The above article is hard hitting. Someone else thinks she’s a communist.
First term (2017–2020)
She went full term for her first term but was part time for a while due to maternity leave to have her daughter. It is not clear if she went full term for the birth of her daughter or whether this was also part time for a while.
I assume she went into labour in the usual fashion. She is of course leader of the Labour party. I don’t know if she went into the Labour party in the usual fashion. If anybody has any information, please could they let me know.
What would have happened if the communists invaded is anybody’s guess.
Hang on, silly me, they already have.
…planned tax cuts were cancelled, saying instead it would prioritise expenditure on healthcare and education.
So they decided to reallocate resources and not reduce taxation. Did the electorate know this before they voted for her and the Labour party?
I gather Jacinda has used canapiss in the past. I think I have misspelled that. Some people may think she still uses it. Cana-piss is also known as ‘wee-d’. Again this makes sense.
I gather that foreign relations between Australia and New Zealand are also referred to as Trans-Tasman relations.
I thought Trans-Tasman relations are those who were once Torpedo and Anti-Submarine warfare men who became Torpedo and Anti-Submarine warfare women.
This just goes to show how wrong you can be.
Apparently ‘In 2020 Ardern criticised Australia’s policy of deporting New Zealanders, many of whom had lived in Australia but had not taken up Australian citizenship, as “corrosive” and damaging to Australia–New Zealand relations.’
It seems that ‘New Zealanders in Australia previously had immediate access to Australian welfare benefits and were sometimes characterised as bludgers.’
I thought bludgers were what they used in quidditch. This just goes to show how wrong you can be.
Still, not very tactful on Australia’s part. Jacinda seems to have made a fair point.
I have extracted the following, removed the reference links and paragraphed it to make it easier to read. Check the original if you wish.
In mid-February 2021, Prime Minister Ardern criticised the Australian Government’s decision to revoke dual New Zealand–Australian national Suhayra Aden’s Australian citizenship. Aden was an ISIS bride who had migrated from New Zealand to Australia at the age of six, acquiring Australian citizenship.
She subsequently traveled (sic) to Syria to live in the Islamic State. On 15 February 2021, Aden and two of her children were detained by Turkish authorities after illegally crossing the border.
Australian Prime Minister Morrison defended the decision to revoke Aden’s citizenship, citing legislation stripping dual nationals of their Australian citizenship if they were engaged in terrorist activities.
Following a phone conversation, Ardern and Morrison agreed to work together in the “spirit of the relationship” to address what the former described as “quite a complex legal situation.”
In late May 2021, Morrison defended the revocation of Aden’s citizenship but indicated that Canberra was open to allowing her children to settle in Australia. In mid–August 2021, Aden and her children were repatriated to New Zealand.
Anyway, the long and the short of it is that we have what I call an ‘Ardern of Aden’ situation. As opposed to Garden of Eden situation.
Christchurch mosque shootings
This is recorded of Jacinda.
In an address at the Parliament, she declared she would never say the name of the attacker: “Speak the names of those who were lost rather than the name of the man who took them … he will, when I speak, be nameless.” From
Why she thought she should not say the attackers name is unclear. Perhaps she forgot his name. Here it is, I don’t mind saying it. Brenton Tarrant.
The article says he is Australian. Perhaps this is why she thought he should be nameless; don’t upset the Australians as this may piss them off.
After all if Australia is going to get some nuclear submarines and there are a lot more Australians than New Zealanders, this shows discretion and tact.
Or possibly fear, one or the other.
There is a picture of Jacinda which is described by the Guardian as an ‘image of hope’.
She looks rather miserable to me. I am not very hopeful as a result. Perhaps it is just me.
Apparently the image of her ‘…hugging a member of the Christchurch Muslim community with the word “peace” in English and Arabic was projected onto the Burj Khalifa, the world’s tallest building.’
This is in Dubai. It is rumoured that the economy of Dubai will collapse. Whether the two events are related is unclear.
It has also been rumoured that the image was that of the beast of Revelation. ‘Peace, peace and there is no peace’. Someone may be taking the peace (sic) of course.
In mid-April 2020, two applicants filed a lawsuit at the Auckland High Court against Ardern and several government officials including Director-General of Health Ashley Bloomfield, claiming that the lockdown imposed as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic infringed on their freedoms and was made for “political gain”. The lawsuit was dismissed by Justice Mary Peters of the Auckland High Court.
It may not be significant but I found this re a judgement of Mary Peters in 2012.
In the 2020 general election, Ardern led her party to a landslide victory, winning an overall majority of 65 seats in the 120-seat House of Representatives, and 50 per cent of the party vote. She also retained the Mount Albert electorate by a margin of 21,246 votes. Ardern credited her victory to her government’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic and the economic impacts it has had.
‘Yet for squashing Covid-19 flat, Ardern’s New Zealand has paid a terrible economic price. In the second quarter GDP fell by 12.2 per cent. That’s smaller than Britain’s fall, but it is a horrendous collapse considering the far lighter footprint of coronavirus in New Zealand.’
So perhaps New Zealanders just love economic collapse. There are a lot of sheep in New Zealand. This may explain things.
Whether this term will go into Labour after a full term will depend on the voters of New Zealand. Unless of course voting is suspended due to Covid 19 and her majesty allows it. I am speaking of Jacinda Ardern of course, not Elizabeth II. See political views later.
‘On 2 December 2020, Ardern declared a climate change emergency in New Zealand’
‘However, climate activist Greta Thunberg said about Jacinda Ardern “It’s funny that people believe Jacinda Ardern and people like that are climate leaders. That just tells you how little people know about the climate crisis … the emissions haven’t fallen.” ’
Well, if the great Greta Thundermountain has spoken or thundered like this, who are we to argue?
I find reference to a ‘Bright Line Test’. I thought this was a minimum standard for those entering politics in New Zealand, especially for prime ministers. Apparently not, it has something to do with property.
Anyway, looks like an intelligence test for politicians is not on the cards, so Jacinda should be in the clear.
On 14 June 2021, Ardern confirmed that the New Zealand Government would formally apologise for the Dawn Raids at the Auckland Town Hall on 26 June 2021.
Her father was apparently involved in the dawn raids. This may be another reason for him to be as far away from his daughter as possible.
On 12 December 2020, Prime Minister Ardern and Cook Islands prime minister Mark Brown announced that a travel bubble between New Zealand and the Cook Islands would be established in 2021, allowing two-way quarantine-free travel between the two countries.
It is rumoured that this will be known as ‘The South Sea Bubble’. This may remind you of the one in 1720 which resulted in a financial crash in the UK.
As the psychologist Jonathan Haidt revealed in The Righteous Mind, we wish for things to be true, and no amount of counter-evidence will change our minds. Ardern is lucky that humans have this mental bug because on practically every single metric her administration has failed.
And New Zealand has been buggered. That is, the population has been infected by the mental bug. What else did you think I meant?
In September 2017, Ardern said she wanted New Zealand to have a debate on removing the monarch of New Zealand as its head of state.
I imagine this is because she wants to be Queen instead. I found this extracted from
Along with sloganeering, Ardern shamelessly ego-strokes her important people by muddling up their names and titles. Chris Hipkins is referred to as Minister Hipkins instead of the Minister for Covid Response and Ashley Bloomfield as Director Bloomfield instead of his title which is Director-General of Health. It’s a subtle little manoeuvre designed to delegate kudos to the unfortunate person whose authority attaches to the role rather than the person.
If she can do it for her cronies, she presumably hopes they can address her as ‘Your majesty’ one day.
Ardern has described herself as a social democrat, a progressive, a republican and a feminist,…
I describe her as confused. I can be polite you know.
It is recorded she has gone on to say.
“I have always described myself as a Democratic Socialist”,
Watch: Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says Budget 2021 is ‘a real milestone for us’
I think she meant ‘a real millstone for us’. Perhaps New Zealand will sink into the sea never to rise again. That would be a pity as I have yet to visit the beautiful country. Could you wait a bit please before sinking?
Ardern has been described as a celebrity politician.
Others are not quite so polite.
What her father thinks is not recorded as far as I am aware.
In 2020, she was listed by Prospect as the second-greatest stinker (sic) for the COVID-19 era.
A beetle (Mediocre-ema (sic) jacinda) has been named after her, and an ant (found in Saudi Arabia, Tomato-gaster (sic) jacindae,). I assume tomato as she likes wearing red. Both beetles, ants and tomatoes can be squashed quite easily.
I can’t reach New Zealand with my feet as much as I would like to. Please could somebody do this for me. Many thanks in ant-icipation.
Apparently she supports gay rights. I am not sure what is wrong with being gay or happy as I understand it to mean. But then I don’t go out much at the moment so perhaps it means something else now.
She doesn’t see herself as being a member of an organised religion again. Unless perhaps she is running it of course, but that’s only my humble opinion.
On the other hand Jacindamania is a thing and many seem to worship the ground she walks on. So maybe she is running one already.
Her partner is Clarke Gayford. This explains the ‘gay’ rights I suppose, but seems biased as she should support everybody’s rights, not just her partner.
They have a baby daughter ‘Neve Te Aroha’. It seems ‘Neve is an anglicised form of the Irish name Niamh, meaning ‘bright’; Aroha is Māori for ‘love’, and Te Aroha is a mountain in the Kaimai Range, near Ardern’s home town of Morrinsville.’
So ‘bright’ and ‘love’, good things indeed. Let’s hope she is brought up to fulfil her name, and not a Moron (sic) like her mother.
Well, overall I think we have a good example of having a Moron (sic) in control. Whether Jacinda is a sick Moron (sic) remains to be seen. Anyway, I don’t think she has had Covid 19, a.k.a. the ‘flu until re-branding last year.
In reality she has not been up to the job. Her policy of zero tolerance of Covid 19 has not worked. You can’t fight the ‘flu my dear, not unless you realise that is what it is.
She has however managed to trash New Zealand’s economy. She has taken New Zealander’s ‘ard ern-ed money and wasted it!
She reminds me rather of Lewis Carroll’s Cheshire cat. Will she disappear leaving only her grin to remind you of the mess in which she has left New Zealand?
This is a page from last year which I am making a post as I struggle to do something on Jacinda Ardern to help the hard pressed New Zealanders.
From 6th September 2020
Here is a list of the present countries of Europe. I have tried to explain my thoughts on the meaning of the names, which may or may not be correct. There may be more truth than meets the eye on first reading, of course.
We mustn’t forget the meaning of Europe, or Europa as it was traditionally known. I shall no doubt look at this in more detail, but it can be noted Europe can be split into EU rope.
Rope is something to tie up things, and certainly the EU ties up the associated countries in complex knots of directives. It is just as well that the UK is out of it now. Anyway, I hope you enjoy this concoction.
Albania – So-called as alba means ‘White’, and as a people they were ‘All white’. As opposed to those who weren’t, who were ‘All Wong’. They, the ‘Wongs’ came from China of course.
Andorra – Named after the popular girl’s name in this principality, Dora. Usually as a second name. When asked what they were going to call their new-born daughter, the father might say ‘Ann’, whilst the mother would say ‘And Dora’.
Armenia – People known for saying ‘I mean, yeh’, hence the name.
Austria – Österreich in German. Sounds like ostrich. Makes sense as they buried their heads in the sand when Hitler came to power, and ignored the cruel goings on.
Azerbaijan – Somewhat corrupted from ‘Has a boy, Jan?’ One of the odd questions you might get asked if you go there.
Belarus – After well-known superstore chain dominant in the country, Bel ‘R’ Us’.
Belgium – Famous for beer and chocolate. Tendency to over indulge means the people are rather tubby or even obese in some cases. This explains why they were originally called ‘Bulgiem’, the ‘Bulgy people’. It should be noted that obesity one of the conditions associated with Covid 19, so explains deaths earlier this year.
Bosnia and Herzegovina – Related to ‘boss’ and ‘her ze gov(enor)’. A husband and wife team which, at its best, always works well.
Bulgaria – Similar to Belgium obviously. But ‘b’ can be ‘v’ (see last entry under Ingredients for more details). Originally considered a bulgar or vulgar country, so once called ‘Vulgaria’.
Croatia – From the Jesuits in the country, as they are known as the ‘Crows’. ‘Crows here’, became ‘Cro’shia’ then ‘Croatia’.
Cyprus – Another superstore chain, Cyp ‘R’ Us.
Czechia – Short for Czech Republic. The people are well known for not understanding foreigners. They give you a blank stare. Hence they are called ‘Blank Czechs’.
Denmark – Originally Danmark, from two brothers, Dan and Mark. Their names are recorded on the Jelling stones. One brother was large and fat, one was short and relatively slim, just like the stones. A type of the cartoon characters, Obelix and Asterix.
Estonia – A question asked by the natives. ‘Is Tony here?’. There is a puzzle book called ‘Where’s Tony?’, which is little known outside of the country. Rather like ‘Where’s Wally?’.
Finland – The end of the world. ‘Fin’ is end in French. Obvious really.
France – The French are Franks. And frank they often are, as they will tell you what they think without reserve. Unless they are Gauls in which case they can be galling, as when they go on strike.
But France contains Brittany, which is related to the Bretons and the British, so they are bright.
Georgia – From ‘George’ meaning ‘farmer’. But the female version, a matriarchal society where the women were the farmers.
Germany – Source of diseases and ideas about diseases, i.e. where germs come from. Including Covid 19 (the idea not the disease).
Greece – Are the Greeks greasy? Well, they have an oil-rich diet with olives and fish. But the ancient Greeks were Hellenes, meaning ‘of the light’. Nowadays they seem in an awful muddle, so it’s all Greek to me.
Hungary – The people are always starving. Lots of Goulash, but never enough it seems.
Iceland – Lots of ice, clearly. Set up a freezer supermarket chain in Britain. Many people go to Iceland, but one cannot be sure if they are going to shop, or going on holiday unless they explain further.
Ireland – See I is for…..Ireland for more info.
Italy – From I.T.A., Ideas to Action, and Ly, short for lie. The nation dominated by people who come up with lots of ideas to do things, say they are going to do them, but don’t. So it is a lie. Thus ‘ITAlie’.
The word, really a phrase, can be heard when an Italian claims something is true, and another exclaims ‘It a lie!’.
Kazakhstan – The word originates from Kazakhs Tan, the effect of living a nomadic life on the Steppes where the sun beats down. The Kazakhs are the people of course, and they get a good tan from the sun.
Kosovo – Apparently this derives from a word meaning ‘blackbird’. Well, Kos or Cos is a type of lettuce and ‘ovo’ is an egg in Esperanto. Blackbirds come from eggs, but what the lettuce part means is anybody’s guess. Lettuce know if you have an idea.
Latvia – Appears to come from ‘Latvija’ which itself is derived from the name of the ancient Latgalians. This was originally ‘Laitgallans’ or ‘Laitgallons’, a reference to the gallons of milk they drank (lait is milk in French).
Liechtenstein – Meaning ‘Light ten stone’. This was the weight of the first prince of this principality, and indeed quite light for a man (like me when I was younger). Very understandable, as he burnt off the calories from going up to and down from the pastures in the Alps.
Lithuania – The meaning clearly comes from ‘Lith’ meaning stone of which there are plenty in the country. They lie all over the place. See the following for more details.
Luxembourg – Originally a hill or ‘berg’ which got the light (lux) from the sun as opposed to the valley where the sun didn’t shine all the time. A town was built on the berg (a sensible place for towns at the time) and became corrupted to ‘bourg’. This became a name for towns generally in the area.
Today, Luxembourg is very rich; hardly surprising as it is a tax haven. I think it should now be called ‘Luxuriousbourg’.
Malta – The islands lived in by Maltesers, a milk chocolate coloured ethnic group. They have a tendency to get aerated.
Moldova – Named after a lot of bandits, who were bad eggs. I am sure you can work out how the name arose. If not let me know.
Monaco – A small principality named after its founder, Mona Lisa. She set it up in company with some friends, hence Mona & Co, or Monaco.
Montenegro – From Venetian meaning ‘Mountain Black’. That was easy, but boring.
Netherlands – Nederland in the Dutch language. Neiderlande in German. I believe the Dutch were once a German family who needed land (need the land). They took up residence in this low lying country.
They got rid of the ‘I’ and the end ‘e’ so as to distinguish themselves from their German cousins. Understandable, when you don’t want be thought of as stupid, or responsible for world wars.
North Macedonia (formerly Macedonia) – Only changed its name to North Macedonia in 2019, apparently. This is the land of the Mac Edons, a Scottish family who emigrated here, having got fed up with the wind and rain in Scotland.
There is a picture in Wikipedia under ‘Modern Period’ which shows a man with a gun rather like a Scottish gamekeeper of the period.
Norway – Wikipedia says it has two official names, Norge in Bokmål and Noreg in Nynorsk. I have said elsewhere that rge probably stand for rage or urge. As the Vikings came from Norway this makes no sense, as they had both the ‘urge’ to travel and the ‘rage’ to beat up other peoples. They should have called the country ‘Yesrge’.
No reg makes more sense as I am not aware of anybody called ‘Reg’ or ‘Reginald’ in Norway. Let me know if I am wrong.
Poland – The land of the po, short for potty. Inhabitants driven mad by being invaded all the time, either by Russians or Prussians or Germans. Or a combination of them. Enough to drive anybody potty.
Portugal – Derives from the Royal Navy of Great Britain, of the sailors who had a girl or ‘gal’ in every port.
Romania – Pronounced Row-mania. The people are very keen on boating on the Danube, or any other suitable stretch of water. In fact they are quite mad on it. You will often see them sculling on the water, frantically rowing away.
Russia – You have to rush around to get anywhere in any reasonable time as it is so vast a country. But once you get there things can seem slow. Something of a contradiction. That’s Russia for you.
San Marino – Named after Saint Marino, who invented a type of sheep. Unfortunately he was rather naïve. The local inhabitants would make him a sweater or jumper and he would try it on.
It was too tight, so somebody had to help him remove it. As soon as it was over his face, they would go and steal his sheep. He ruefully exclaimed that he had had the wool pulled over his eyes.
Serbia – The Serbians are very happy living here. This is the opposite of those who don’t, who are near neighbours. They are known as Ascerbicians, and very bitter about it they are too.
Slovakia – From ‘Slow vacca’. The cows graze contentedly, there’s no rush.
Slovenia – Unlike Russia they are slow movers. Slow to come that is (‘venir’ to come in French). Maybe because they do not understand what you are saying.
Spain – Used to be a spain in the bum, but now quite friendly. The natives used to be Spaniards, but after metrification became Spanmeters.
Sweden – Lived in by Swedes, from the Turn’ip family. They can be seen wearing blue swede shoes, like Elvis Presley. Woe betides anyone who steps on them (the shoes that is).
Switzerland – In German this is ‘Schweiz’. As schwei is ‘sweat’ in German, Schweiz is obviously ‘Sweats’. Which is what you will do if you ‘climb every mountain’, like Julie Andrews.
And the people will be known as ‘Sweaters’. Which is what you need to wear in the winter when it is cold.
Turkey – Turks live here, they have a habit of gobbling everything up. Have tended to take things easy over the years, taking matters lying down on their Ottomans.
Ukraine – Typically either very hot or very cold. Despite its name, does not see the rain of the UK.
United Kingdom (UK) – Despite machinations of S.N.P., who wish us untied, we are still united. And never really part of Europe after the English Channel was formed.
Vatican City (Holy See) – In the city of Rome, Italy. Awash with roaming Catholics. You may see men in black robes (batmen) taking money asking for donations from the crowds in St Peter’s square. Supported by scarlet breasted men (robins).
Rather like Robin the Hood taking from politely asking the rich to donate to the poor. Only the other way round.
On rare occasions you might see a ‘vacca’ wandering around. It will have escaped from the papal compound following its ritual bathing in the holy see or ‘sea’. Then you may hear a robin say to a man in black, ‘Holy cow, batman!’.
26th September 2021 (minor amendment re marriages 27th September 2021 and for debt slavery 3rd October 2021)
A book by Alistair MacLean. I have a copy somewhere. It is very good as much of his work is, especially the early stuff.
In essence it has to do with fear of death being the key to a confession of guilt to save the guilty parties lives.
So what about today? Well, people seem to be in fear of Covid 19, or Severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS‑CoV‑2). A deadly ‘monster’, apparently, to scare the living daylights out of you.
But is it a monster? Well if you check the statistics, no. You were more likely to die of coronary artery disease, strokes (not the nice kind!) and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease according to the World Health Organisation up to 2019.
In August 2021, there were 40,460 deaths registered in England, 3,650 deaths (9.9%) more than the August five-year average (2015 to 2019) and there were 2,614 deaths registered in Wales, 119 deaths (4.8%) more than the August average.
The leading cause of death in August 2021 was dementia and Alzheimer’s disease in England (accounting for 10.9% of all deaths) and ischaemic heart diseases in Wales (12.1% of all deaths).
Coronavirus (COVID-19) was the third leading cause of death in August 2021 in England (accounting for 5.3% of all deaths registered in August); in Wales, COVID-19 was the seventh leading cause of death and accounted for 2.7% of all deaths.
In any event I have explained elsewhere that Covid 19 is just the ‘flu, the seasonal ‘flu. So how have we come to this place of so many being afraid?
I have seen the following useful check list:
The Check Off List:
· Create a name for a broad range of non-specific symptoms ✔
· Call it “covid-19” ✔
· Diagnose people with unvalidated tests to get “confirmed cases” ✔
· Bombard 7.9 billion people with fear 24/7 based on these “cases” and “deaths” ✔
· Use those numbers to convince the average person that “covid” and “the virus” must be real. Look at the numbers! ✔
· Encourage everyone to get tested like never before to keep the numbers up ✔
· Use sensationalized words like “soar” “surge” “spike” and “skyrocket” as frequently as possible ✔
· Remember the motto. Fear, fear, and more fear! Works every time. ✔
· Keep people in a sustained state of fear & stress on a mass scale to actually make them sick ✔
· Control the flow of information by establishing the “official story” as the one sole truth and censor anything outside of that ✔
· Refuse and prohibit open debate in the scientific community ✔
· Ignore the complete lack of the scientific method being used in virology ✔
· Disregard the fact that virologists never purified out a “virus” from anyone ✔
· Remember. Koch’s postulates don’t apply to viruses. Viruses are made up anyway. We make the rules ✔
· If confronted, simply laugh and say “of course there’s a virus” or “we trust the science” ✔
· Promote well-meaning compassionate labels such as “anti-maskers”, “anti-vaxxers”, “conspiracy-theorists” and “science denier” ✔
· Remember. Nature is the enemy. Natural is bad ✔
· Create “the need for a vaccine” by discrediting any other health remedies. Vaccines are the only hope for humanity ✔
· Do not. Repeat. Do Not talk about healthy lifestyles, diet, exercise, stress minimization, or anything to that affair. It’s pseudoscience ✔
· Get the injection into as many people as quickly as possible before they see through the BS ✔
· Use every available resource, including Morgan Freeman, to incentivize and coerce people to get the injection ✔
· Repeat, vaccines are safe and effective, regardless of any information that contradicts that ✔
· Repeat, covid vaccines are not experimental, even though the NIH says they’re experimental ✔
· Encourage a mob-like mentality through fear of the “unvaccinated”. Remember, natural is bad ✔
· Find new and improved ways to convince people that “anti-science” “anti-vaccine” people are jeopardizing their grandma’s health ✔
· Indian variant, delta variant, bravo variant. Keep em comin’! ✔ ✔ ✔
·Always. Use fear and lack of understanding to your advantage ✔
· Divide and conquer ✔
In essence that is a good summary. However, the broad range of symptoms referred to at the beginning of the list are what we normally call the ‘flu, the influenza, the inflowing poisons or viruses within our body that are created by our metabolism and which we must excrete.
Otherwise our organs will pack up and we will eventually die.
So of course, there is a virus, just that it is the usual thing. Except of course that our environment, food, air and water, has been steadily and increasingly poisoned in various ways. This adds to what may be called the ‘viral load’, the toxins in our body.
As regards the deaths, any increase in deaths is due to the stresses and strains imposed by coping with the ridiculous imposition of lockdowns (guidance and advice in the UK as I have explained elsewhere).
So we see suicides are up, people are depressed, maybe out of work, angry and commit murder.
And who knows what happened in the care homes where so many ‘excess deaths’ occurred.
Others exploit people’s weaknesses and take the opportunity to abuse their positions, or make money out of providing pointless masks and visors, PCR tests, and poisonous vaccines.
As regards the psychological preparation this has been very long term, indeed over a century. The subversion of the education system has been critical; stop critical thinking, don’t teach history or revise it or both.
Encourage strict obedience by passing laws that the good people think they must follow, however stupid they may seem; the evil people will not bother anyway, they have always done as they pleased.
Destroy marriages and increase the numbers of people living on their own so they are isolated. There are a lot of women trying to bring up children and work to provide a living who have no time to stop and think. The men have abandoned them who might have otherwise had the time to think and help them.
Encourage people into debt, whether on property on for daily living. They will then be afraid to lose their jobs and so compromise on what is sensible, and avoid thinking critically. Getting into debt makes you a slave to the banks, the lenders, to money. You cannot serve two masters as Jesus said, you will love one or the other.
Distort the true meaning of the scriptures, the teaching in the bible, where it says ‘Submit to authorities’ by making out this must mean blindly following anything they say, whilst forgetting the authorities are the servants of all, not the other way round.
It is worth looking at the following three areas which have more recently influenced the nations, particularly since the year 2000:
I extract some text which I comment upon, but it is worth reading the plot summaries if you have not seen the films yourselves.
The authorities and CDC quarantine the building, not allowing anyone to leave. Angela interviews Briana, who states that her dog is at the vet because he was sick. Lawrence recognizes the symptoms as similar to those of rabies. Angela and Scott witness a rabid dog maul Randy to death. They are attacked by Elise and Scott kills her in self-defense. CDC officers wearing hazmat suits enter the building to test Fletcher and James who have become naturally aggressive and bites one of the officers and Lawrence. The surviving inspector reveals that Briana’s dog is the reason the CDC has quarantined the building, as it was infected. Briana succumbs and bites her mother before fleeing. The group finds Briana, who is now infected. She bites Danny, which forces the others to rush back downstairs as all the infected break loose. Kathy is killed and Nadif and Jwahir are infected by Lawrence.
The film is reminiscent of the vampire stories of old. It gets us thinking this could happen to us. But again it is a fear tactic.
28 Days Later is a 2002 British post-apocalyptic horror drama film directed by Danny Boyle, written by Alex Garland, and starring Cillian Murphy, Naomie Harris, Christopher Eccleston, Megan Burns and Brendan Gleeson. The plot depicts the breakdown of society following the accidental release of a highly contagious virus and focuses upon the struggle of four survivors (Murphy, Harris, Burns and Gleeson) to cope with the destruction of the life they once knew while evading those infected by the virus.
It makes reference to Balfron Tower, a Brutalist residential tower building designed by architect Ernő Goldfinger. He was a Jewish Hungarian by birth it seems.
Goldfinger was known as a humourless man given to notorious rages. He sometimes fired his assistants if they were inappropriately jocular, and once forcibly ejected two prospective clients for imposing restrictions on his design.
A discussion on a golf course about Ernő with Goldfinger’s cousin prompted Ian Fleming to name the James Bond adversary and villain Auric Goldfinger after Ernő—Fleming had been among the objectors to the pre-war demolition of the cottages in Hampstead that were removed to make way for Goldfinger’s house at 2 Willow Road. Goldfinger consulted his lawyers when Goldfinger was published in 1959, which prompted Fleming to threaten to rename the character ‘Goldprick’, but eventually decided not to sue; Fleming’s publishers agreed to pay his costs and gave him six free copies of the book.
I have extracted the above text because it makes interesting reading, and again emphasises some of the issues in society today. It shows the brutalism of this architect and the architecture he designed, where people can become isolated and ignored.
Isolated of course from both people and the natural world around us, the plants and flowers which benefit us.
And when ignored, people can become afraid and ignorant.
The other problems associated with tower blocks are well-documented, broken lifts etc. which I won’t go into here.
The text makes reference to ‘Child Detection Agency (CDA)’ and ‘…”23-19″accidents…’
The CDA reminds me of the CDC and the FDA, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and Food and Drug Administration in the United States.
The CDA thinks children are infectious. This makes me think of those who want to vaccinate children needlessly with poisoned needles, let alone the adults. I call this child abuse and intent to kill.
The 23-19 accidents remind me of the so-called sanitisation of so-called infected areas or ‘at risk areas’. But I wonder what is in these chemicals they have used and what these do to public health?
On a positive note at the end we see:
…harvest children’s laughter instead of screams, as laughter is ten times more potent.
This is a beautiful point; laughter is so much more powerful than fear.
We were told early on that mask wearing in Asia was down to the ‘flu. This is at best misleading as this article indicates. Asian populations were wearing them due to pollution, not the ‘flu which was a secondary issue.
given Japan’s obsession with social courtesy, by cough-and-cold victims seeking to avoid transmitting their germs to others, rather than healthy people looking to prevent the onset of illness.
Note masks used by the sick as courtesy to others, not to be worn by healthy people!!
So if you are wearing a mask this suggests you may be sick, if the atmosphere is not polluted. But don’t try and force your decision to wear a mask on others.
Or you may be afraid of interacting with others; people wear masks to hide their feelings. I once was siting opposite a lady on a train who wore sunglasses. She had a little daughter. I sensed she was upset, but I didn’t say anything. Her glasses seemed to try and shut out the world and conceal her pain.
It upsets me even now as I remember nearly forty years on.
Much as it upsets me today, seeing people wearing masks when they do not need to, just because they are fearful.
It should not be forgotten that disposed of masks are adding unnecessarily to pollution. I have seen them discarded on the streets. The following link talks about the far more serious issue of marine pollution; the seas are already highly polluted anyway with plastics.
The media and health advisors have made the sun seem bad for you, and encourage use of sun creams which all too often contain poisonous chemicals. These reduce the likelihood of vitamin D production via the sun (free!) thereby increasing risks of toxociosis of the body and what are called cancers.
I think it might be best summed up as follows by the Monty Python sketch.
‘Er, among our chief weapons are: fear, surprise, ruthless efficiency, and near fanatical devotion to the Pope!‘
Although the last one may not seem relevant.
Except of course the disturbing revelations about paedophilia (paedophilia erotica would be a better term), the sexual abuse of children. And the accumulated wealth of the Roman Catholic church, at odds with Jesus Christ’s teaching about not hoarding up worldly riches.
Let alone the fact that He did not institute any of the hierarchy which is purely man-made.
After all, He came as a servant, not to Lord it over people. The heavenly Father is the same. As Jesus said, ‘I and the Father are one.’
So is the Roman Catholic church behind the pandemic? Well, I have already mentioned one of three groups, Germany, the source of current germ and viral theory. Strictly of course it is the old kingdom of Prussia which forms the bulk of modern day Germany.
And more strictly too, the Nazis and communists who both arose out of Germany.
But yes, the Roman Catholic church is behind them, and thus the second group.
As to the remedy to fear, well, Paul the apostle said this.
“For God hath not given us the spirit of fear; but of power, and of love, and of a sound mind.”
When we have power and love and a sound mind we need not fear. And if you lack these things, just ask God and He will give them if you truly want them, really, really want them.
I have seen this definition of fear which is very good
So I say rise up and face everything; Covid 19 is the annual ‘flu and you need not be afraid of it.
And we must not forget laughter is the best medicine as the Reader’s Digest has said for many years.
In Monster’s Inc. it refers to laughter to be 10 times more productive and energy giving than fear.
So take time to laugh at the ridiculous goings on, as this will help dispel the foolish, rather like bogarts are dispelled by ridiculous images in Harry Potter.
Then our mouths were filled with laughter, our tongues with shouts of joy. Then it was said among the nations, “The LORD has done great things for them.”
P.S.Here is a link to the Monty Python sketch if you are interested.
And a link to Covid 19 Summary if you haven’t already read it and the sub-links.
I see on the following video that Nigel Farage says it is reported that the NHS is to recruit 42 new executive managers to be recruited at up to £270,000 per annum. You can find this at just after 7 minutes.
7 minutes is probably the amount of useful work you will be able to get out of these new managers. I may be optimistic of course.
So, it seems about time I used my leaden rapier like Tom Lehrer to kill the beasts. Here goes.
Question: How many managers does it take to change a light bulb?
Answer: None, they don’t know how to do anything practical.
How many managers does it take to have a light bulb moment?
I have taken the stance of an interested member of the public asking this reasonable question of the abilities of the managerial staff. He is speaking to the managerial staff department. This may be HR a.k.a . Human Resources.
“Sorry what’s a light bulb moment? Somebody, Google that for me will you? Well, anybody will do, don’t just sit there looking at me. Ok, ok, let’s see where’s Kevin, he knows these sort of things. Mmm? Transferred to IT? Really when was that? About a year ago you think? Gosh, how time flies. And it was Gavin not Kevin? Well, I knew it was something like that.
How about you Steve? You need to go to the washroom? Well, go then, we don’t want to have to clean up if you don’t make it in time, do we, ha, ha? It’s alright, only joking, we have cleaners to do that. Sorry, I meant housekeepers sounds grander, and helps them accept minimal pay.
Anyway, don’t forget to fill in a form on return, what are they, um, P 1 or SH 1 t. Easy to remember for us. Who did those? Gavin? Really? Mmm? He left them for us before going to IT? Said the second one suited our brains best, did he? Clever chap, sorry he had to move on.
Where was I? What did you ask? How many managers does it take to have a light bulb moment? Oh, yes. Well, how about you Tracey? You’ve done it already? Good girl! And? It’s the same as an idea. Idea. Mmm, sure I had one of those once. When was it? June I think. Er, 1997 if I’m not mistaken. When Tony Blair won a landslide victory for the Labour party. Or was it the other way round? Can’t remember what the idea was, though.
Right everybody, so now we all understand the meaning of light bulb moment. Yes Frank? You’re not sure everybody does? To be honest Frank, I think you’re pulling my leg. Frank is always the joker.
As I was saying, can you all start remembering when we last had a light bulb moment in this department and then we can come back to this nice gentleman, Neville isn’t it? Melvyn? Sorry, Melville. I’m hopeless with names.
Yes, we’ll come back to you on that one. How about Wednesday? Fortnight’s time?
It’s ok, you think you know the answer anyway now. Oh. Pity, we needed something useful to do. Still, always papers to shuffle I’m sure.
Do pop in again, for a chat and a coffee won’t you?”
How many managers does it take to organise the changing of a light bulb?
I have taken the stance of an a subordinate member of NHS staff asking if it is just possible that the light bulb that has been broken for up to 6 weeks might be replaced anytime soon.
And is there anyone available soon, as the surgeon says he lost his watch inside someone and can’t see to get it out.
“Ooo, let’s see. Mmm…Well, there’s Karen from H.R. and she has how many under her? Mmm, not sure, I’ll have to check with Personnel. Of course, Personnel will have to be involved too. There’s maintenance as well, at least the chief dogsbody, whatever his name is, Richard or Connor. I think it ends with an R. Or starts with an R, one or the other. Anyway, it’ll have to be authorised in triplicate and whilst we can’t trouble the Director (all hallowed be her name), I, as the Vice Director, will have to sign all the forms. And I’ll have to check each one to make sure there are no smelling pisstakes (my little joke!). So all that takes time and as the weekend is coming up, it’ll probably be next Monday. Or Tuesday. Mmm? Oh no, not the changing of the light bulb, that would be silly, you silly man. No, telling how many managers – womanagers really, we’re all female in this department – it takes to organise the changing of a light bulb.
I hope that answers anybody’s question if ever they wondered about this perplexing problem. I shall be writing more about the NHS in due course.
In the meantime if you think spending all this money on managers is a waste of time, and gross waste of money, do write and tell the government, your MP, the NHS etc. what you think.
As taxpayers and their employers it is your right after all.
P.S. If you would like to see something else on the NHS and haven’t already viewed you might like this.
Please note that it said 42 new executive managers at the the start. This could be the number of managers it takes to organise the changing of a light bulb.
If so this shows how mind boggling stupid and wasteful the NHS might become. But then it is already. Stop this madness please.
Now, I do try to be fair to people, but I came across this video yesterday from The Reuben Report. A pity I hadn’t seen it before. I am a bit out of date to comment perhaps, but I assume she is still in her role as Chief Health Officer.
Well, if you are as gobsmacked as I was when I saw this, then you will understand that the gloves are off Baldmichael’s hands. He is going for broke on this cretinous woman.
She talks about ‘…run into your next door neighbour’. So if you should be driving at the time in your car, then do not stop to help. You might get Covid 19, a.k.a the ‘flu since last year. You might die.
But have Australian’s forgotten the song ‘Everybody needs good neighbours’?
She says ‘Don’t come into contact with anyone who could pose a risk’. Like Kerry Chant as she has a terminal case of Stupid 20 and you do NOT want to catch it, believe me.
She mentions Aldi as one of the grocery stores (other grocery stores are available I believe). Aldi is German owned. If you have read my Covid 19 summary you will know why this is significant.
She says small shops and businesses can remain open, so that’s nice.
There is a featured clip from an Australian news channel. I am not sure why its name isn’t mentioned. The quality poor, is it dubbed and not real?
Anyway it mentions 1 death out of 82,000 tests. I imagine you have more chance of being run into by your neighbour than dying of Covid 19, a.k.a. the ‘flu.
It also refers to 900,000 who can’t leave their homes even for work! So if small shops and businesses can remain open, but you can’t go to work, how does that work???
I have tried the subtitles and it came out in Korean. Where is the English? I tried it and it has come out gobbledegook. I tried it in French. No better I’m afraid.
I tried it in German. That’s better. Except it does not seem to have anything to do with the video. If anyone would like to translate it perhaps you can let me know what they are saying.
The fact that it works in German is no doubt significant bearing in mind my Covid 19 summary.
This suggests she has children and refers to her husband. I gather he has taken the vaccine.
‘Talking about the benefits of the AstraZeneca vaccine, she revealed she has not seen much of her husband recently.’
Perhaps he is dead. Or so unwell he cannot talk. Or won’t talk to his wife because she made him take the vaccine. Any other thoughts?
Grew up in Punchbowl, New South Wales. Punchbowl is a suburb of Sydney. This explains things; she is drunk with power and needs punching. She has a lantern jaw so I think she can take it.
She is a Bachelor of Surgery. It seems obvious that she was asked to perform surgery and did so on herself. A frontal lobotomy I believe she performed.
She might have removed more, I don’t know; I gather it is possible to live without a brain as many Australians seem to be proving at the moment.
But don’t worry; much of the world is in the same boat. The boat is sinking, but don’t worry. The worst thing that can happen is that you will drown in the sea of sorrows.
Or the sea of Soros, George Soros. After all he is behind this nonsense. Check my link you haven’t seen it. See bottom of page.
She has a Master in Health Administration in 1991 and a Master of Public Health in 1995.
Please note this is Master as opposed to Mistress. This is as opposed to mattress. You can stuff mattresses. Tell her to get stuffed or words to that effect.
Note the double ‘S’ in mattress. Germany had something to do with SS. It will come back to me I’m sure.
She has all the masculine titles. She has a middle name Gai, this sound like guy. She looks rather masculine and is sporting a thin moustache. This sadly happens to some women as they grow older.
It reminds me of the East German athletes. I must have Germany on the brain!
In 2013, she was threatened for advocating fluoridation of the water supply in the City of Lismore.
As I know that such action (fluoridation) is pointless and harmful to the body as it will poison you, I do not blame people for threatening her. Even chlorination is damaging and makes water taste nazi (sic). Or should that be nazi (sick). Make you sick anyway.
Pointless because you can use ozone to purify water.
But then then it is more expensive to do that, and the chemical companies would not be able to sell you chlorine gas. Which was first used by Germany in the First World War.
Here’s a useful article on chlorine.
I would point out that if the water was treated correctly in the first place (but only if necessary) we wouldn’t need to consider water filters. Still, it gives Germany something else to sell us.
I gather in 2021 she was NSW Premier’s Woman of the Year, and has Woman of Excellence Award. Why? Excelling at what? Stupidity?
Or perhaps devotion to the Fourth Reich?
She is Kerry Gai Chant PSM. PSM stands for Public Service Medal………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..sorry, I fell off my chair laughing.
Perhaps it should have been PMS (Pre-Menstrual Syndrome). It is not nice I understand; I am only a man so I have not experienced it myself. Some women suffer more than others I gather. I will look into this, as I have some ideas why.
In Kerry’s case perhaps it has affected her judgement. Perhaps she has had it for some time.
Perhaps she is menopausal. This is not fun either. However, I have experienced the hot flush effect when having CT scans. They use iodine for the contrast dye which improves image quality.
I was warned, so I anticipated it but it was rather peculiar. So I can understand how it might upset women who have to go through this, and have the hot flushes suddenly occur.
Perhaps PSM stands for possum. Or maybe pissum. ‘The general public? Who cares, just pissum.’ Is she taking the piss with the general public?
Anagrams out of her name
An anagram internet program gives me various words, 1254 words. Some of these are as follows. I will briefly explain the meaning as I see fit:
Caretaking – I don’t think so with Covid 19
catarrhine – to do with monkeys. She is monkeying around with you.
archiater – archiater – chief doctor to a monarch!
‘Because of the distorted shape of this star, there is a significant temperature variation by latitude. At the pole, the temperature may be above 20,000 K, while the equator is at or below 10,000 K. The average temperature of the star is about 15,000 K. The high polar temperatures are generating a fast polar wind that is ejecting matter from the star, creating a polar envelope of hot gas and plasma. The entire star is surrounded by an extended envelope that can be detected by its excess infrared emission, or by its polarization. The presence of a circumstellar disk of ionized gas is a common feature of Be stars such as this. The disk is not stable and periodically decretes back into the star.’
The star is not stable. Quite so, self-explanatory I hope.
‘Relating to Hygeia, the goddess of health; of or pertaining to health, or its preservation.’
Herring – very fishy what is going on, is it a red herring to distract you from what is going on. Destroy the economy, pinch your money, make everything digital (makes pinching money even easier) so you can be controlled. That sort of thing.
Red associated with communism. Swastika flag had a nice red background too.
Thick – yes.
Thinker – what is she thinking of, I would like to know. Anything at all?
Aching – a real pain that’s for sure.
Right – no, unless it is far right.
Caring – no.
Cretin – yes.
Crikey – I can think of stronger words than that.
Cringe – makes people cringe.
Crying – people are crying ‘no more please!’
Erring – yes.
Grinch – worth researching.
Hanger – hanging is too good for her.
Hankie – to weep into.
Hernia – she may give you one with all the strain she is putting on those in New South Wales.
Hyaena – she is laughing maniacally ‘I have the power!!’
Irate – yes. I rate her useless.
Rarity – are there many like her? Sadly yes at the moment.
Tragic – yes.
Trance – WAKE UP EVERYBODY!
Agent – who for?
China – ah yes, that makes sense. But don’t forget Germany.
Carat – where has all the gold gone? Nazis took some I believe.
Chink – China has chinks I understand.
Great – no, definitely not.
Greta – please don’t remind me, there are more like her.
Earth – what on earth is she doing??
Grate – grates on you doesn’t it?
Hagar – Hagar the horrible. See also biblical narrative in Genesis.
Hairy – moustache.
Nice – perhaps she can be.
Karen – Karens get a bad press sometimes, at times unfairly; she should be no exception to the perceived view.
Cane – to beat you with.
Cant – you can’t so there! Tell her she can’t do this. You know, you could chant Kerry Chant can’t! Or replace the vowel of can’t with another vowel if this makes better sense.
Some dialects may sound similar, bur spelled differently. If police or others object just patiently explain the misunderstanding.
Gnat – nasty biting creature. Or should that be Nazi biting creature.
Hate – don’t you just hate it? Or do you love it? Please tell me.
Yeti – yetis is the abominable snowman. Let’s just stick with abominable.
Unless it is like the White Witch of Narnia fame, a female abominable snowwoman.
anarchy get irk
any rag thicker
cretin Hagar ky
ak crying earth
ak crying heart
Archy eking rat
China get Karry
Hi cranky Greta
Greta rich yank
arck gent hairy
crank get hairy
crank hairy teg – teg is a sheep, a young sheep. All a bit woolly.
Lots of sheep in Australia. Many in New South Wales cities and towns. Many currently locked down. Stupid sheep.
gent hairy rack
yer hacking rat
Try acne hag Rik
I would note that there are many females promoting the Covid 19 madness; lots of mad females. There are those in the White House, Angular Merkel in Germany, Ja-sin-da Arden in New Zealand, Grater Thunberg from Sweden.
There are lots of mad men too of course. Joe ‘dipstick’ Biden in USA, Justin Turdeau in Canada, God with us Mac Ron in France.
But Biden is controlled by Nancy Pillockosi, and Mac Ron married his mother someone old enough to be his mother.
Not all females are mad, far from it, there are many good ones standing up around the world.
Are the men standing up too, or are they emasculated? I’m a man and I am doing my best.
So are there more men than females, are the males feminised or the females masculinised? Or both? Everything topsy turvey. Seems that way.
Anyway, if you haven’t got the picture now, you never will. For those in Australia, your ancestors who fought at Gallipoli and at Tobruk will be turning in their graves if you do nothing. And note they were fighting Germany and its allies.
They will stand in judgment over you and condemn you for cowardice in the face of the enemy if you don’t remove Kerry Chant forthwith to the local mental asylum/secure facility.
Finally, I return to the good old soap, ‘Neighbours’. Soap can make you clean. Would watching repeats of ‘Neighbours’ be more useful than all the wretched hand washing which as I have said elsewhere reminds me of Pontius Pilate?
Yes it would.
I referred to earlier reading the sinking boat. There is a boat, what one might call an ark you can climb into. This is Jesus Christ, the Ark angel of God, His Son. He is a secure water tight boat to be in.
And again I repeat what I will not tire of saying; there are only two truly great commands. Love God and love your neighbour as yourself.
And don’t forget as the song goes:
Neighbours, everybody needs good neighbours
With a little understanding, you can find the perfect blend
Neighbours, should be there for one another
That’s when good neighbours become good friends
Neighbours, everybody needs good neighbours
Just a friendly wave each morning, helps to make a better day
Neighbours, need to get to know each other
Next door is only a footstep away
Neighbours, everybody needs good neighbours
With a little understanding, you can find the perfect blend
Unique yet mesmerizing, the name is a great blend of character and flair.
Wrap it up and take it home, Trudeau may just be the name you’re looking for.
Mind you, I find that has gone the other way, and the site may be biased for him.
I tried anagramming for any clues. I came up with these partial anagrams.
Please note that his full name has 24 letters but only 12 of the 26 in the English alphabet. So there is some statistical significance. You may think it silly, but given the meanings of these words one should give it pause for thought.
The BBC talks about premeditated. That is not proven in the article. How does Justin Trudeau know it was a hate crime? Is he an opportunist or does he know something we don’t. Who premeditated it?
Rude tau – tau is last letter of Hebrew alphabet, so perhaps a rude letter.
U due rat – Self-explanatory.
Turd eau – this could be ‘turd water’ as eau in French is water.
D’auteur – meaning an artist, usually a film maker apparently. He is said to have become a media personality. But where is the substance, the foundation for a good statesman?
D’urate – of urea in essence. Which you find in turds. Mmm, interesting.
D’étau – vice, as in grip or squeeze.
Tu ardue – you hard
You can have a go yourself; perhaps I am biased, but I did not find anything very good.
From Justin Trudeau
Unstriated – smooth textured
Indurates – to make callous or obdurate
Intrusted – intrusted with government certainly
Jauntiest – having or expressing a buoyant or self-confident air
Untrusted – well, this seems to be true as many do not trust him
Judaist untrue – Oh dear!
Judas nutter ui – !!!
I have had a thought Trudeau sounds like ‘True dough’ as in ‘True money’. Is this significant?
I have tried anagramming his full names in both English and French as he has heritage from both sides and names in both languages. You make of them what you will. I have commented on a few.
jurisprudentia – knowledge of law
misrepresented – is he? Misrepresent is also part anagram, so does he, misrepresent the truth?
Arse turd super mean jet
m’entre-détruirais – destroy myself
m’entre-détruisais – destroyed myself
m’entre-détruirai – will destroy me
m’aseptiseraient – would sanitize me
prédéterminerais – predetermine
administrateurs – administrators
désarrimeraient – would undock – he supports certain separatist movements.
d’arrière-mains – back hand
j’impatientasse – I’m impatient
j’interprétasse – I interpret
André jiu-jitsu prématurées – Premature André Jiu-Jitsu
Aude j’interjetais m’usurper – Aude I was planning to usurp myself
adapter juteuses m’injurier – fit juicy swear at me
adeptes ajusteur m’injurier Premature André Jiu-Jitsu
adjurai emprunter jésuites – adjurai borrow from Jesuits
NB adjure means to charge or command earnestly, often under the threat of a penalty; to entreat solemnly
adjurât j’impètre urineuses – adjure I urinate
adjurât m’épeures t’injuries – begging me to scare you
Birth & Childhood
He was born on 25th December 1971. Does he think himself a new Jesus Christ? The fact that Jesus wasn’t born on that day is neither here or there to some people. But it’s the thought that counts – some people think they are Jesus Christ reborn.
Apparently Richard Nixon then president of the USA said of Justin in 1972 “I’d like to toast the future prime minister of Canada, to Justin Pierre Trudeau”
I can think that some people might be forgiven nowadays for thinking he actually said “I’d like to toast the future prime minister of Canada, Justin Pierre Trudeau”. Toast and roast may be similar terms.
Given that Richard Nixon is reported to have said of his visit to Canada as “wasting three days up there. That trip we needed like a hole in the head.” Was he thinking particularly of Justin in his nursery I wonder?
Some people today might think they need Justin ‘like a hole in the head’, or that Justin has a hole in the head given his push on vaccines and masks which are pointless.
His father and mother
His mother is diagnosed with bipolar disorder. She struggled with being Mrs Trudeau, the wife of the former Prime Minister, Pierre Trudeau. I wonder if Justin has inherited some of this disorder from his mother.
She was nearly 29 years younger than him. That is quite a gap. She seems to have been a wild child, a swinger. Not good for the children growing up. Justin was about 12/13 years old when his parents divorced, but only 5 years old when they separated.
This won’t have helped him growing up. Perhaps he has never grown up.
This is interesting, looking at people’s comments.
‘toxic narcissism, over the top actor, psychopath, Messiah complex, a puppet, an idiot’ are some of the terms used. Perhaps they are all true?
His mother is said to have been sexually promiscuous. This site suggests so, and ties in the Trudeau’s trips to Cuba with Justin’s conception.
Looking like someone is not justification for considering someone to be someone else’s child, but as it is not the only issue raised in the article one must consider it seriously and double check.
Here are a couple of articles on Cuba to consider.
“I believe in life after death, I believe in God and I’m a Christian.” Trudeau maintained, however, that he preferred to impose constraints on himself rather than have them imposed from the outside. In this sense, he believed he was more like a Protestant than a Catholic of the era in which he was schooled.
But then there are allegations of a swinging life style. Does that fit with what Pierre Trudeau was like?
If Fidel Castro was Justin’s father then Fidel certainly wasn’t faithful with his various wives (Fidel means ‘faithful’ in Latin). But I think it might be said he was faithful to his revolutionary principles, which is probably more than can be said for Justin’s principles, whatever they are.
University and early career
There is a comment in Wikipedia regarding an accusation of harassment of a female reporter.
“If I had known you were reporting for a national paper, I never would have been so forward”
It seems the details are sketchy, the circumstances seem very slight, so perhaps someone was jealous. But if he said that, why does he consider it okay to do something if he is not likely to be reported on which this obviously implies?
There is a video of his eulogy at his father’s funeral. I have looked at some of it. It seems rather contrived and acted rather than a genuine tribute. No real emotion there that I can see.
A book issued by the CBC in 2003 included the speech in its list of significant Canadian events from the past fifty years.
Good grief, if this is significant, life in Canada must be dull. Surely not.
It seems he has a Bachelor of Arts degree in literature and a Bachelor of Education degree. That’s interesting, but doesn’t necessarily give him a good all round view of running a country where life experience is required.
initially relied on increased tax revenues to pay for increased government spending
He seems to have used tax revenues to pay for increased government spending. Obviously sensible, ‘Neither a lender nor a borrower be’ used to be a maxim. Don’t spend what you don’t have.
But now he seeks to raise debt to yet more eye watering levels. Is he mad? Or in the bankers pockets?
There have clearly been inequalities between the sexes, but then men and women are different despite attempts to try and blur distinctions.
We have seen an increasingly feminisation of the western world, yet this has not resulted in benefits for society as a whole as men are now being marginalised in many areas. I see this in the NHS where male doctors seem hard to find in my area. The local GP surgery is now all female doctors.
Female doctors can be very good and there are plenty of useless male doctors – I have seen a few, but I heard of a part time female doctor locally who apparently models clothes in her spare time! How can she concentrate on medical duties if she also wants to do that?
Is this a consequence of feminism?
Much administration seems to be run by females, yet chaos currently reigns. Many women are good at such work, but why do we have such poor service in my area?
We are after all male and female, and both sides need to be represented. All feminism has done is to set one side against another, male against female, the battle of the sexes.
It has been written that we should submit ourselves to each other, considering the needs of the other sex. Women are obviously different to men, so their needs are different.
As regards abortion, this has merely become an excuse for a free for all, a descent into chaos as any excuse for killing an unborn child seems to do nowadays. Women who have abortions are reported as regretting their decisions or suffering trauma in many instances.
It is one thing to leave matters up to individuals to make such life changing decisions, quite another for the state to fund and promote such acts.
introduced the right to medically-assisted dying in 2016 and legalized cannabis for recreational use in 2018.
Again, why should the state interfere with how someone dies? But to say one has a right is foolish, especially when people feeling their lives are not worth living have in all likelihood been poisoned in body and mind by all the toxins in the environment.
Has anybody considered that that is the reason why people wish to terminate their lives before their heart gives out? The world has been increasingly chemically poisoned as well as spiritually as people believe the lie that life has nothing to offer and it is all ‘deep and meaningless’.
His environmental policy included introducing new commitments to reducing greenhouse gas emissions by 30% before 2030, and to achieve net-zero emissions by 2050. His main tool for reaching this target is a federal carbon pricing policy. Trudeau’s parliament also adopted legislation for marine conservation, banning six common single-use plastic products, and strengthening environmental impact assessments. However, Trudeau is in favour of oil and gas pipelines to bring Canadian fossil fuel resources to foreign markets.
I have yet to write about so-called global warming, but I have commented elsewhere that the issue is pollution, not warming of the planet. Our poor mother earth has been dreadfully abused by us, and we must stop this.
Carbon pricing just gives market traders an excuse to make money and large amounts of it.
Marine conservation and banning some single-use plastics is a good thing, but we need to eliminate all useless poisons from our environment. Just because it may make our lives somewhat easier is utterly pointless if we poison each other to death as we are doing.
Justin Trudeau is just being hypocritical if he is in favour of increasing fossil fuel resources to foreign markets. It just doesn’t square with reducing greenhouse gas emissions (although again I consider this a distraction from the real issue of pollution).
I find the following revealing, if for no other reason that it is the Guardian, normally a left wing paper.
I by no means agree with it all but the charge of ‘fake progressive’ sticks and should be obvious to all.
In a similar fashion, Canada’s relationship with Saudi Arabia was also put under strain, as human rights groups called on Trudeau to stop selling military equipment to that country under a deal struck by the Harper government. In 2018, Saudi Arabia recalled its Canadian ambassador and froze trade with the country in response to Canada’s call for the Saudis to release opposition blogger Raif Badawi. However, in 2019, Canada doubled its weapons sales to Saudi Arabia, despite a “moratorium on export permits following the killing of the Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi and mounting civilian deaths from the Saudi Arabian-led intervention in Yemen.
I highlight this episode, but again there is hypocrisy here.
On March 19, 2019, the Liberal committee members voted as a bloc to shut down the Justice Committee’s investigation.
Trudeau was the subject of an investigation by the ethics commissioner, pursuant to the Conflict of Interest Act, in regards to criminal charges against SNC-Lavalin in the SNC-Lavalin affair. The commission’s final report, issued August 14, 2019, concluded “Mr. Trudeau contravened section 9 of the Act
Note the first paragraph. What does this say about the Liberals?
And the second paragraph says that ‘Mr Trudeau contravened section 9 of the Act.’ I quote from a link in Wikipedia.
“The Prime Minister, directly and through his senior officials, used various means to exert influence over Ms. Wilson‑Raybould. The authority of the Prime Minister and his office was used to circumvent, undermine and ultimately attempt to discredit the decision of the Director of Public Prosecutions as well as the authority of Ms. Wilson‑Raybould as the Crown’s chief law officer.”
Have any steps been taken to discipline Justin Trudeau over this?
Of course if he thinks he is Jesus Christ, a new messiah, then perhaps he thinks he can do what he likes. But Jesus Christ said He came to be a servant. This is what all public officials should be as they once were, ‘faithful and obedient servants’.
2019 federal election
in September 2019, controversial pictures and video were published showing Trudeau in brownface and blackface. On September 18, 2019, Time magazine published a photograph of Trudeau wearing brownface makeup in the spring of 2001, at an Arabian Nights-themed gala, while Trudeau was a teacher at West Point Grey Academy. Trudeau publicly apologized, agreeing the photo was racist and saying: “I shouldn’t have done that. I should have known better and I didn’t. I’m really sorry.” He further went on to say “It was something that I didn’t think was racist at the time, but now I recognize it was something racist to do”. Trudeau also admitted to wearing blackface makeup in high school while singing “Day-O” at a talent show that was subsequently published by Global News. A third instance, a video, of Trudeau in racist dress was also published. After this video was published, Trudeau admitted he could not remember how often he had worn blackface makeup.
In the days following the scandal, pollsters pointed out that many Canadians either were not bothered by the scandal or had accepted Trudeau’s apology. Additionally, minority community groups, racialized commentators and some of Trudeau’s opponents came to his defence. Others were more critical, including members of his own party.
Now people do like dressing up at parties, amateur dramatics or a talent show. I can’t say it should be a great ‘thing’. I have done ‘am dram’ myself, it’s great fun.
Perhaps he is just in politics for the show, to try and gain acceptance and love he didn’t seem to have much of from his father growing up. I understand that, as I did not see much of my father as he was at sea in the Royal Navy when I was young, and then I was at boarding school when he was shore based.
But I have not sought fame merely to satisfy any desire for acceptance and love. However, my father is still alive, so I can enjoy his company and come to understand him better.
On August 5 2020, the Trudeau government created a plan to secure doses of the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines.  Starting in December 2020, Justin trudeau oversaw the implementation of Canada’s mass-vaccination program.
Given that the pandemic is a panic by the ‘demos’ or people over the ‘flu, and that vaccines are pointless perhaps this says something about Justin. He is pointless, of no use as a prime minister.
He has promised $1billion of taxpayers money (not his own of course) to help provinces implement vaccine passports. Another pointless exercise except in control by useless government.
I have said much on my site regarding Covid 19 which has been used as an excuse for numerous frauds. See link at the bottom of the page for more information. I have grave concerns regarding voter fraud based on spurious claims of ‘protecting the public’.
WE Charity ethics investigation
We Charity was criticized for its close ties to the Trudeau family; the investigation came after revelations that Trudeau’s mother, brother, and wife were paid nearly $300,000 in total to speak at WE Charity events. On July 16, 2020, the ethics commissioner also announced the investigation was being expanded to include Finance Minister Bill Morneau. Trudeau was ultimately cleared of any wrongdoing by the ethics commissioner though Morneau was found to have broken the conflict of interest law.
It seems to me that a charity is to be given things freely, and to speak at them should be a free gift by those that speak, not paid for by the charity. I cannot see how this stance of clearing Justin Trudeau of any wrong doing is justified given that Justin Trudeau’s family has benefited financially.
Surely that is against the spirit of a charity, if not actually the law as written down.
It is written, freely you have received freely give. Perhaps one might be given travel and board expenses, but not to be paid large sums of money for the privilege of speaking. I consider that Trudeau’s family has abused its position.
He is married to Sophie Grégoire. I like the name Sophie. My sister is called Sophie. It means ‘wisdom’.
However, while she looks attractive, I am not sure about the wisdom in singing her impromptu song. Her Wikipedia entry says
On January 18, 2016, Grégoire Trudeau made the impromptu decision to sing a work she composed, entitled “Smile Back at Me” at the end of a speech in honour of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day at Ottawa City Hall. Mike Strobel, of the Toronto Sun, said the crowd gave her a standing ovation. Toronto Star pop music critic Ben Rayner said the song was “out of pitch” and “cast serious doubt upon her musical judgment”
To be honest it sounds awful to me. How on earth anybody could give her a standing ovation after that I don’t know.
Of course, Justin Trudeau cannot be judged on his wife’s singing abilities but does raise questions about her judgement. And given Justin’s judgement in other matters perhaps this raises questions about the couple as a whole.
There are reports that they have been separated for over a year.
Raised a catholic, he has said as recorded by Wikipedia “My own personal faith is an extremely important part of who I am and the values that I try to lead with.”
Personal faith in what or whom? Himself or Jesus Christ? But then I said earlier on he was born on Christmas day, so maybe he really does see himself as a new Jesus Christ, a new messiah.
His faith becomes meaningless if it is in himself without reference to others and loving God and loving his neighbour as himself.
But then perhaps he does not really love himself and therein lies the problem. For you must love yourself to truly love others.
Well, I am not from Canada so I am just an outsider looking in, a third party with a vested interest in the well-being of all Canadians, but I hope I have given a reasonable perspective and food for thought.
Justin Trudeau just seems to be a little boy who has never really grown up. It is one thing to come as a little child to be innocent to evil and to always ask questions (why daddy, why?), and another thing to be attention seeking and a show man as he appears to be.
And a hypocrite who is pushed around by opinion, and perhaps vested interests.
This does not make for good government, and he clearly wants to boss his world around, boss Canadians around, and not for the people’s best interests.
I would note that the problem with government is that it has become top down, not bottom up. The pyramid must point down and the lowest is the servant of all. Justin Trudeau shows no sign of wanting to be that.
Unlike Jesus Christ who came as a servant, and who set an example to us all.
It is in the hands of the voters to make the choice of who you want to be your servant in this way, or will you choose someone who will boss you around?
I make no observations about the other candidates in the coming election. All Canadian voters must make their own minds up.
To misquote Joshua from the book of Judges ‘Choose you this day whom will serve you as your Prime Minister.’
I see that there are advance voting days for this starting today. I do hope you will keep a beady eye on the balloting. There must not be the fraud that occurred in the USA or you will be in big trouble.
P.S Here is the link I promised. It leads to my Covid 19 summary which may surprise you with its findings. Summary includes the issues of masks, herd immunity, Wuhan ‘flu etc.
Some people think lockdowns are great; others think they are awful. Yet others, like me now, realise there are pros and cons, benefits and downsides.
So what are these? I have listed my thoughts and observations from the last nearly year and a half. I might add others, and if anyone wishes to suggest things I will consider and amend my list accordingly.
Here it is:
Many people had time to reassess their lives and priorities, spend more time with families and get outside to exercise more.
Many people had time to research various aspects of life properly and find out the truth about what has been going on in the world.
Most people had to stop rushing around and start thinking for once ‘How can I do this better, live better, eat better’.
The world was quieter, with less road traffic and very limited air travel.
The world was less polluted and breathing fresh air more likely. Certain big polluters have been forced to cut back, such as Carnival Cruise Line. It is worth reading this link.
One could listen to the natural world about us and commune with nature and living creatures. The living creatures also have shown less fear and will commune with us!
One could interact more with one’s neighbours and find they were nicer than expected or more interesting as we learnt more about them. Indeed, to love our neighbours as we learned to love ourselves more, both mind and body.
We stopped spending money on trivial stuff at the shops (by and large), and we have had a good clear out, shared stuff with others and repaired our homes.
The lack of air traffic meant that the reflection of UVB was less and sunburn has become much less of an issue.
We realised how much the world had become polluted and have started to push more to remove the toxins from our bodies and the planet.
We realised, at least some of us did in the UK, how useless the NHS has become, how much money has been wasted in its monstrous, beastly administration and substantially unnecessary services.
We realised, at least some of us did in the UK, how useless many doctors are, be they doctors of medicine or professors with a PhD. And how many of them are ‘run’ by the big pharmaceutical companies which are only interested in money and not people’s health. Their greed and stupidity is being exposed for all to see.
We realised that the police service has degraded into a police force which tries to force its employers, the people, into submission for trivial or innocent matters whilst all too often ignoring the real crimes of murder, sexual exploitation and theft/fraud.
And descending into gender madness, the result of ignoring the guidance and wisdom of God on how to live well.
In the UK, lockdowns did give the government breathing space to deal with the stupid EU bureaucracy and its unelected ministers trying to browbeat the UK into submission. And without the idiot whining remainers interfering to much as they cowered for their lives!
The evil in the EU has become increasingly clear as corruption is exposed more and more. The EU as an entity will collapse and Germany, which has been at the centre of it all (as it has been for at least 150 years), will suffer the consequences for its sins.
Not all Germans are behind this of course; there are good and bad within every family. But the overall trait of Germany has been to dominate the world, by force in some manner or other. I shall be writing more about Germany in due course.
The love of many grew cold as they were fearful of what Covid 19 is, in reality the annual ‘flu.
Care homes were shut up and the bulk of excess deaths in 2020 were in those places. No one went in from outside to check their loved ones were being looked after properly, or what the care home staffs were up to; People lied, people died.
Deaths occurred because people died of loneliness, gave up hope of seeing someone who cared.
Life became very awkward for those who wanted to get on with something useful and found the relevant stores closed.
We had to go online much more to find things we wanted; this might have saved unnecessary travel, but meant we could not check if the items we wanted were really suitable. Having to rewrap things up and post them back is irritating and can be costly.
The large stores and online retailers made large sums of money at the expense of small and medium sized businesses. People have been made redundant and struggle to find new work. But then that is not new.
The public limited companies have had an excuse to get rid of cheques and will only pay dividends by crediting to your account; this leaves your account potentially vulnerable as they store your bank details.
Cash has been seen to be potentially contaminated with ‘the virus’, whereas in fact it has never been a concern, just part of the big lie. Going to digital money lets governments and ‘big brother’ control the populations, and does not deal with the immense digital frauds being perpetrated.
Good people will always do good by and large and they are the ones who suffer under controlling regimes, not the crooks and criminals who get away with murder, all too often in a literal sense.
Suicides and murders have increased from domestic stress. Mental health issues have soared.
Psychological damage will be immense on those conditioned to see a ‘new normal’ as mask wearing and anti-social distancing as I call it. I refuse to call it social distancing as it is not social in any sense.
The potential for a centrally controlled ‘One World Government’ based on money slavery is there. Psychopathic elites controlling all the wealth can decide who lives and dies.
The damage to young minds cannot be easily assessed, but is brutal, beastly, and completely unnecessary. As regards the children remember Jesus’s words:
‘But if anyone causes one of these little ones who believe in Me to stumble, it would be better for him to have a large millstone hung around his neck and to be drowned in the depths of the sea.’
The following website is a very useful resource for the damage caused by lockdowns and an analysis of what has been going on psychologically. A psy-op, a psychological operation with subliminal messages.
There is a book called ‘The phantom tollbooth’ by Norton Juster, who was of Jewish background. It is very good as it points out how rushing around leads to the world becoming more and more dirty and polluted until we do not see it any more.
This quote from chapter 10 is telling.
“No one paid any attention to how things looked, and as they moved faster and faster everything grew uglier and dirtier, and as everything grew uglier and dirtier they moved faster and faster, and at last a very strange thing began to happen. Because nobody cared, the city slowly began to disappear. Day by day the buildings grew fainter and fainter, and the streets faded away, until at last it was entirely invisible. There was nothing to see at all.”
As regards before lockdowns, people were disappearing too; children abducted and abused and/or murdered, the poor neglected, the poisons physical, mental and spiritual ignored.
So the thing is, in a strange way, good has come from evil, benefits from unnecessary lockdowns which were, bizarrely, necessary. But then many of us weren’t listening or observing what was going on. I include myself on certain aspects.
The one thing that stands out for me is that I had time at last to research broadly. To search out all the truth, tell others and put it all on my website.
Not even at university did I have that space as I was engaged in other matters such as my course work, exploring the beautiful countryside around Reading on my bicycle and reading my bible.
Of course I found truth with in it which I understood, despite my christening gift of a King James Bible with its old English words.
But above all I found Christ, Jesus Christ living in the lives of Christians around me, loving people, however imperfect it might have seemed at times.
So I found truth and love.
And as I will never tire of saying as He said ‘The truth will set you free’.
Free to love of course.
P.S. If you are interested, here is a video of animals coming back into human’s lives, or at least the spaces they left behind in lockdowns.
P.P.S. if you want to see more about lockdowns, please try this.
Who is making the four claims? Doesn’t say. ‘Not very helpful the BBC is’, as Yoda from Star Wars might say.
Claim: Cremations and burial rates are no higher than normal
Verdict: This is not correct. Across the UK, there was a sharp increase in cremations in 2020.
This is presumably to burn the records of supposed Covid 19 infections by burning the bodies.
The Cremation Society has counted 70,000 more cremations in 2020 than in 2019.
Did they burn their 2019 records?
Or have people been so afraid of the dead bodies containing the ‘flu that they thought incineration was the best policy?
Or that the dead might rise up as zombies to attack the living?
We looked but couldn’t find national burial figures.
They have been buried for some reason so that people can’t find them.
Anyway, if the claim is both cremations and burials, how can the BBC claim the rates are no higher if they can’t find the burial figures?
Claim: Hospital admissions show vaccines are not effective
Verdict: This is not correct. Vaccines are highly effective at keeping people out of hospital
This is presumably because people are dead instead. After having had a poisonous vaccine.
Or because people don’t want to go into hospital because they are too ill and don’t want the hassle. After having had a poisonous vaccine.
Or don’t want to bother the poor overworked staff.
Or because they are afraid they may get Covid 19 in hospital.
Or MRSA. Now here did MRSA go to I wonder?
Sir Patrick Vallance has corrected himself – 40% rather than 60% in hospital from double vaccinated people. So that’s ok, just 40% that’s all, not many really. Really?
No comment on this number? I think, Patrick, you should be correcting the narrative re safety of vaccines.
But claims that vaccines aren’t effective aren’t correct, reports BBC Health Correspondent Nick Triggle, who crunched the numbers.
Nick Triggle? Nick Triggle?? Where the hell do you get a name like that? Are the BBC having a laugh, making us giggle at Triggle?
Presumably Nick nicked the figures from somewhere, wrote them on a bit paper, s-crunched up the numbers and the paper, thought of a number and then wrote something he’d thought of earlier.
Claim: Covid-19 is not dangerous for non-obese people and those under 65
Verdict: While studies show the chances of dying from Covid-19 are higher in those who are obese and over 65, it is not correct to say the virus poses no risk to people who are not in these categories.
Reasonable. But so what? What about the vaccines eh? Vast majority are in over 65’s, and have been since the start of the Covid 19 scamdemic. And by the vast majority we mean vast as in obese of course.
Although diabetes is also a cause of death, and related to obesity.
Then there’s the risk of long Covid, which affects people across age groups.
Of course Covid of any length affects all age groups, including those adults with a mental age of two year olds. This seems to be a substantial proportion of the populace at the moment.
I have toyed with the idea of a post on Long Covid. But it’s quite simple. Long Covid is having the ‘flu or a long time. It’s not rocket science. You are unwell for longer than short Covid, having the ’flu for a short time.
What long and short mean is anybody’s guess. It’s all a load of bollux anyway, just meant to confuse the idiots who do not understand the workings of the ‘flu.
If you get the ‘flu do the right things to make yourself better.
So get over it.
Claim: There are tens of thousands of unreported deaths from the Covid-19 vaccine in the US
Verdict: These reports, which have been widely shared online, are not correct.
They go on to say:
The correct figure of reported deaths among people who received a Covid-19 vaccine from December 14, 2020 through to July 19, 2021 is 6,207.
Yes BBC, but the claim is unreported deaths, not reported. How thick are you all at the BBC?
And please note over 6,000 deaths among people who received Covid 19 vaccine. Not many then, nothing to see here, move along.
Hang on, over 6,000 deaths?? And you still push vaccines as very safe?? And that doesn’t take into consideration the adverse effects not leading to death??
Hopefully that is. Who knows with an experimental vaccine approved for use?
Importantly, the VAERS system is not designed to determine whether a vaccine caused a problem.
Is correct? Well a follower of mine has done the following so I will include it verbatim for your consideration. It covers again what I have said elsewhere, but worth repeating as people often don’t listen the first time, sadly.
I would point out that saying the rosary is pointless; the heavenly Father wants you to come directly to Him to ask for wisdom.
Anagramming a name is often interesting. The top of the list I found was Aaron bollix figures! Is this significant?
Well, Aaron was a priest, a high priest in Israel. Alexis is a priest.
Bollix figures could be the same as bollux figures, i.e rubbish. Mmm.
Top word out of the name is neurofibrilla. Something to do with nerves. Could this be the effect of the vaccine, to act on the nerves, a nerve agent to destroy the nerves? Makes sense.
Anyway, here’s the text.
The immune system is compromised by vaccines (if they are not a placebo), and it is pointless to have them as they have never ever, done any good. You cannot catch diseases from another person as such.
Viruses are poisons and cannot be transmitted between people as such. The virus as alleged by the main stream virologists is, if anything, the exosome, the body’s defence mechanism.
Bacteria and fungal spores act differently but even they require the right conditions for growth and are not necessarily harmful, especially if your immune system is in good order. So I wouldn’t worry about hazmat suits, that will only fund those who want to make money out of them.
I am skeptical about how many may die from vaccines but if people keep having them/boosters their immune system will, as it were, get fed up and say ‘Ok, I’ve had enough, you go and kill yourself, I can’t defend you anymore.’
We can expect larger numbers to die this winter in the UK after what has been a rather poor summer so far for sunshine which, given the right circumstances, boost our vitamin D for the winter months.
If people are sensible and supplement their vitamin D as required then the ill health and deaths may be reduced.
There will be disruption no doubt which is why we should be reasonably self-sufficient and encourage others to be so. This should have always been the case and perhaps why I struggle to throw anything away in case it is useful!
As regards burying the dead, I would struggle with that as my health and energy is not that good at the moment and I do not want to weaken it further.
Anyway it is an interesting video and would put the willies up the stupid Christians etc. who took the vaccines without thinking or for selfish reasons. I did warn my family and the fellowship as well as others.
In French Christian is chrétien. Remove the h and an e and you have cretin. You could put this as ‘he cretin’. A Christian who takes a pointless or poisonous vaccine is a cretin.
Well, there you have it. So the answer to the question is NO! A Christian, let alone anyone else, should not under any circumstances take a pointless, potentially harmful, vaccine.
If they do, he (or she) is a cretin.
They should repent of their stupidity and lack of understanding and go to the heavenly Father who will give wisdom and advice on what to do to bring healing.
He may be angry, but He will not be angry forever as long as they truly humble themselves.
It is written:
‘The LORD is compassionate and gracious, slow to anger, abounding in loving devotion. He will not always accuse us, nor harbour His anger forever.
He has not dealt with us according to our sins or repaid us according to our iniquities.
For as high as the heavens are above the earth, so great is His loving devotion for those who fear Him.’
Here is the main link to Covid 19 Summary if you haven’t seen it. It contains the sub-links to relevant issues, including viruses, vaccines, exosomes and vitamin D. COVID 19 SUMMARY!!!
I have just looked at the Saturday Guardian from yesterday, 14th August. There is an article in praise of vaccines by Christina Pagel, apparently ‘the director of UCL’s Clinical Operational Research Unit, which applies advanced analytical methods in healthcare.’
Wikipedia says Christina Pagel was born to German parents in London. Oh dear, that explains a lot.
She makes seven claims, you can check her reasoning from the article, but I repeat her text as necessary:
I don’t have any symptoms – so even if have Covid, I won’t give it to anyone one else
She says this is wrong. This is bollux. You cannot transmit a chemical virus. I have explained elsewhere what viruses are and that the exosome they are examining as a virus is the body’s defence system at work.
She also says ‘Do not assume that as long as you feel fine you don’t pose a risk to others. You do!’
Nope, you don’t, you can’t. Period.
I won’t pick up or transmit the virus because I’m fully vaccinated
She says this isn’t true. Well, you can’t pick up the virus like you can pick up a glass of water, and you cannot transmit the virus as I have already explained.
Vaccines, if they contain anything other than saline, for example, as a placebo, will merely poison you to a varying degree depending on the poison in it. That depends on the manufacturer.
She says ‘There have been plenty of documented cases of fully vaccinated people getting Covid, and while the vast majority haven’t needed hospital, many – such as Andrew Marr, for instance – have still felt really rough for a few weeks.’
The vaccinated people have been getting Covid a.k.a. the ‘flu because the vaccines are poisons. The ‘flu is poisoning or toxicosis. So people thought they were clever in getting poisoned. We did warn you. Idiots.
Andrew Marr felt really rough for a few weeks. He is an idiot for having been vaccinated then, isn’t he? But he has been an idiot for a while so that’s not surprising.
The vaccines are incredibly good at protecting you from getting severely ill but less good at preventing you from getting infected. Data from the Imperial REACT study in England suggests that vaccines are somewhere between 50% and 60% effective at preventing infection (regardless of whether you get symptoms).
Note data from Imperial REACT study. Where Neil Ferguson works. So we can ignore that rubbish then can’t we.
Anyway, basically her comments are more bollux.
I’ve had Covid already, so I don’t need the vaccine
She says ‘Having had Covid does give you reasonable protection from being infected again, but it’s not as good as the protection you get from being vaccinated.’
Yet more bollux. If you are poisoned by something, having had poison in your system does not ever stop you getting poisoned again.
Being poisoned by a vaccine will not of course give you any protection whatsoever.
I have a good immune system so I don’t need the vaccine
For sure having a good immune system is better than having a bad one, but previously healthy people can still get very sick with Covid, including ending up in hospital and dying.
I am glad she acknowledges having a good immune system better than a bad one. Previously healthy people have probably had a poisonous vaccine or some other poison. Poisons, including vaccines, kill people. Any fool knows this.
But lots of people have taken a poisonous vaccine. Why?? They are foolish, that’s why.
A good immune system is key to good health.
Vaccines are a key to poisons, sickness and sometimes death.
They are a key to wealth for big pharmaceutical companies however. The love of money is the root of all kinds of evil.
Children are fine if they get Covid
Children are at much lower risk of getting severely ill or getting long Covid than adults, but can still do so.
Children can still get the ‘flu. Or as we might say get poisoned. By vaccines, for example, administered by adults. Adults are not always kind it seems. Who would have thought it?
Masks don’t work
We now know that Covid is mostly airborne and spread by people breathing, talking, shouting and singing. Masks are by no means perfect, but they do stop lots of your breath hitting someone else’s face when you are interacting with them.
Mostly airborne?? Who says? Masks ‘…stop lots of your breath…’?? Not very good English, but then it is the Guardian.
We wear masks primarily to protect others from our breath rather than to protect ourselves from others.
Well, if you have halitosis this may be of use. I have referred to other mask benefits in certain circumstances – see …. M is for…..Masks
But otherwise masks don’t work to protect against a chemical virus.
Except they will keep out diesel fumes; these are not very nice. But then a German invented diesel fuel so what do you expect. Germany has been a bit annoying over the last 150 years or so.
And Christina Pagel’s parents were…? Remind me, I’ve forgotten.
This wave will be the last …
In the UK there have been headlines calling each of the previous waves the last, and they have been wrong. The government says things are unpredictable and many experts expect infections to rise again as we go into autumn and winter.
This is because many experts are clever enough (but not that clever) to remember that the ‘flu is typically seasonal. And comes in the autumn and winter. Especially in February when the body’s immune system is typically low in vitamin D.
February, which is février in French. Février like feverish which is why February is so called. B and V interchangeable in Greek. Easy you see, tells you exactly what to expect.
And just to make it clear ‘The-‘flu-comes-every-year-in-waves’. It will keep coming, year in year out. Get used to it and get wise.
Don’t have the vaccines for starters, improve your immune system for seconds.
There you have it. Lots more bollux from the Guardian, although it does have some good articles sometimes, so worth a look from time to time.
But Christina Pagel is an idiot, of German origin who is anti-Brexit, so not sure worth listening to her. Not about vaccines and Covid anyway. Or Brexit.
I think she is a Fifth columnist, writes a column in the Guardian. A spy. Spies were executed for treason once.
Should Christians wear faith masks? A fair question. However, the answer is obviously no. Why do you want to hide your faith? After all you have something worth sharing, why keep it from the world?
If you can’t faith the world, where is your faith? Hidden away in the closet of your heart where it will linger and wither if you don’t share it. If you believe your faith is true why hide the Truth from those who don’t have the Truth?
What about face masks? What are they hiding? Do you think your face is not worth seeing? Do you believe all the lies about infection and that face masks will somehow prevent it? What are you afraid of? Where is your faith?
And where is your face? Did not God reveal His face to us in Jesus Christ? ‘He who has seen me, has seen the Father’ Jesus said. Jesus did not hide his face. The disciples saw Him and as john said ‘The Word became flesh and made His dwelling among us. We have seen His glory, the glory of the one and only Son from the Father, full of grace and truth.’
In the Old Testament it is written:
Exodus 33:11a ‘Thus the LORD would speak to Moses face to face, as a man speaks to his friend.’
The following passage is said to speak of Jesus.
He grew up before Him like a tender shoot, and like a root out of dry ground. He had no stately form or majesty to attract us, no beauty that we should desire Him. He was despised and rejected by men, a man of sorrows, acquainted with grief. Like one from whom men hide their faces, He was despised, and we esteemed Him not.
So it seems that today, when so many hide behind their masks that they, the mask wearers, want to conceal themselves from God.
But He is not mocked, and He sees behind the mask. He knows the thoughts of their hearts.
So if you follow Jesus Christ and wish to know the Father, don’t wear a faith mask. Or a face mask (except when it is sensible – see M is for…..Masks).
The world needs to see your face and your faith to see you are not afraid.
If you persist in wearing a faith mask, let alone a face mask when you shouldn’t, you will end up standing before the Father and His Son Jesus and having to explain your actions.
This can be said to face the music that is to receive punishment, to accept the unpleasant results of one’s actions.
Jesus said ‘If anyone is ashamed of Me and My words in this adulterous and sinful generation, the Son of Man will also be ashamed of him when He comes in His Father’s glory with the holy angels.’
You don’t want to be ashamed, do you?
And I assume you don’t want to have to faith the music for wearing a faith mask!
P.S. There is the Association of Convenience Stores (ACS) which has recently issued new advice on Coronavirus, including posters for display. Link below.
Vive la France! Pourquoi pas, la France est un beau pays avec de belles personnes. Pas forcément dans cet ordre bien sûr. Après tout, ce sont les gens qui finissent par rendre un pays beau, ou vice versa s’ils ne sont pas beaux eux-mêmes.
Mais la plupart des gens sont beaux dessous, même si trop souvent ils se cachent. Ils pouvaient s’enterrer dans la campagne, loin des foules en délire.
Ou se cacher dans la ville, enterré parmi la foule.
De nos jours, les gens semblent aussi se cacher derrière des masques. C’est bien si l’atmosphère est très polluée et poussiéreuse, ou si vous êtes dans une tempête de sable.
Mais inutile contre un virus microscopique, comme le Covid 19 aussi connu sous le nom de « grippe ».
Cependant, je suis ici pour parler de la France, pas des masques ou du Covid en tant que tel. Sauf que d’une certaine manière je suis, comme je suis ici pour rallier tout le beau peuple de France à la bataille, cette 3ème guerre mondiale.
Cette guerre des mots contre les puissances des ténèbres qui menacent de folie les enfants de Dieu.
Ma femme et moi avons plusieurs bons amis en France, dispersés dans diverses régions des Alpes à la Bretagne, des Landes au sud-ouest à la Seine. Nous ne les avons pas vus depuis un moment, ce qui est triste.
Mais de toute façon, j’ai de merveilleuses nouvelles. Le général Charles de Gaulle semble avoir été ressuscité pour « encourager les autres » comme aurait pu dire Voltaire, mais dans un contexte différent.
J’ai un enregistrement d’un discours qu’il aurait prononcé récemment en Angleterre. Il semble que pendant qu’il l’écrivait, une secrétaire l’ait dit pour lui car il est très âgé et a du mal à respirer. On ne sait pas si cela est lié au Covid 19.
Il existe une version alternative en anglais pour ceux qui ne comprennent pas le français. Les textes du discours en français et en anglais sont également joints en tant que lien séparé pour ceux qui souhaitent l’avoir disponible.
Le général de Gaulle a parlé brièvement à la fin de la vidéo française mais n’a pas eu le souffle d’en faire de même pour la version anglaise.
Et voilà. Vive la France!
En anglais – pour le français, veuillez faire défiler vers le haut.
Long live France! Why not, France is a beautiful country with beautiful people. Not necessarily in that order of course. After all, it is people that ultimately make a country beautiful, or the reverse if they are not themselves beautiful.
But most people are beautiful underneath, although too often they hide themselves away. They might bury themselves in the countryside, far away from the madding crowd.
Or hide themselves in the city, buried among the crowds.
Nowadays people seem to hide behind masks as well. That’s fine if the atmosphere is badly polluted dusty, or you are in a sandstorm.
But pointless against a microscopic virus, such as Covid 19 also known as the influenza or ‘flu.
Still, I’m here to talk about France, not masks or Covid as such. Except that in a way I am, as I am here to rally all the beautiful people of France to the battle, this world war 3.
This war of words against the powers of darkness that threaten the children of God with insanity.
My wife and I have several good friends in France, scattered in various regions from the Alps to Brittany, from Landes in the south west to the Seine. We have not seen them for a while which is sad.
But anyway, I have wonderful news. General Charles de Gaulle appears to have risen from the dead to ‘encourage the others’ as Voltaire might have said, but in a different context.
I have a recording of a speech he is alleged to have given in England recently. It seems that while he has written it, a female secretary has spoken it for him as he is very elderly and struggles with his breathing. Whether it is Covid 19 related is not known.
There is an alternative version in English for those who do not understand French. There are also texts of the speech in French and English attached as a separate link for those who wish to have this available.
General de Gaulle has spoken briefly at the end of the French video but did not have the breath to do the same for the English version.
So here it is. Vive la France!
If you have not seen it, I have done a post on Regions of France. In English but not in French, sadly. One day perhaps.
Si vous ne l’avez pas vu, j’ai fait un post sur les Régions de France. En anglais mais pas en français, hélas. Un jour peut-être.
Of course nowadays it normally refers to Zoom meetings whereby users can have virtual remote meetings without having to meet up and catch the Covid 19 virus a.k.a. the ‘flu. Lol!
Now if you have read my V is for…..Virus you might be aware that catching a virus is not possible, so Zoom meetings for this purpose is pointless.
But they do serve a useful purpose for those far apart to get together. And save the labour and cost of travel. This can be good for business, although people do miss out on the real face to face contact (kissing!), hugging and handshaking (remember all these things?).
And just good old plain socialising which can be good for business too.
So there is a balance to be struck. Perhaps this could be the new normal, looking to use technology creatively, but not slavishly.
But is Zoom online always secure? Well the following indicates certain problems that have occurred.
Personally I have thought using it willy-nilly as we might say in England is stupid, very stupid.
I have thought that people could easily be looking in. Of course if you have nothing to hide so what? But if you do have something private or need to keep secure then it is downright dangerous. Competitors could access your ideas gain private details of individuals etc.
The churches have by and large fallen into the trap of using it. This may be fine if they have nothing to fear (remember perfect love casts out fear). But if they think that it is sensible to be discreet for some reason, then it is foolish to suppose that no one can listen in who is outside of those invited to the meeting.
Still, that has been true for a long time with bugging of telephones etc.
In any event, the heavenly Father thinks the churches, those who profess to follow His Son Jesus, have been incredibly dense in submitting to Zoom meetings thinking they had to do meetings this way.
Submitting to the authorities based on flawed evidence regarding the virus and its transmission was just plain stupidity of the grossest kind.
And unkind to those who needed the face-face contact to maintain their sanity in an insane world.
It can of course serve a useful purpose for those who are house bound and want to join in, so again making sure technology is a tool, a servant to the human race, not a god, is sensible. The heavenly Father approves of this.
But we really do need to get together to obey God’s advice via Paul the apostle, and not to forget to meet together where we can devote ourselves to ‘…teaching and to the fellowship, to the breaking of bread and to prayer’.
You can’t break bread and share it via the internet, however hard you try!! And you certainly can’t give someone a hug if they need it. I am sure you can think of other disadvantages.
I decided to look at the regions of France. This can be rather complicated as there have been various changes over the centuries including relatively recently with amalgamations for administrative reasons.
So I plumped for former regions of France as listed below, as good as any place to start.
I may have got rather carried away as there is so much to play with, so we will have two parts, part un and part deux.
A good working knowledge of Franglais and phonetics is highly desirable.
The ‘ill of France’ meaning ‘Sick of France.’ What the English are sometimes, but not the French generally. Usually politicians, such as He Man U Hell Mac Ron, or negotiators like Michel Barmier, who are complete ‘cas des noisettes’.
The area is where the sycophants go, like elephants, large but sick.
Rest of French can be sick of them too. Also known as Parisians (the people who live in the Île).
If you live as though you are on an island then what do you expect?
Personally, I think it should be ‘psychophant’, as Parisians, who act as though the rest of the French are merely peasants in the derogatory sense, must be psycho or mad.
Still, Paris is lovely, especially when most of the Parisians have gone ‘sur leurs vaccances’, leaving the sensible ones behind, and plenty of space to wander.
Where the fruitful are. Subdivided into different ‘Patois’ or dialects. Par example; Raspberry, where they will stick their tongue out at you when you are not looking; Strawberry, where they tend to throw out words all over the place; Blueberry, where they are rather depressed; and Blackberry, where they use older style mobile phones.
Also don’t forget Mulberry, where they think things over before speaking; Elderberry, where the retired go; and Gooseberry, who like to march around in columns and are believed to be related to certain Germans who marched in at some point and took over for a while, I can’t remember when.
The capital Bourges seems to have been there since before Christ’s birth. So it hasn’t budged or ‘bourged’ in a couple of millennia it seems. And almost the exact centre of France.
Well done, or bien cuit to the Celts I say, who may have started the settlement.
Home of the ‘Golden Lions’, a famous French football club. Unbeaten for many seasons, particularly le poivre, le sel, le vinaigre and la moutarde.
Orleans, the capital city, where they are based, is well-off as the name suggests. ‘Gold leaning’. And why the lions are golden of course, and do rather well financially.
Perhaps best known for the La Loire River passing through, the longest in France.
And for the ‘Boys of So Longe’, a large forest/marshy area to the south of the Orleans. So-called because it took so long for boys to go through it.
You will find large French girls here, most notably Normous Mandy. She is big and strong because of all the cream and cheese she eats. She is the crème de la crème.
But her voice is rather squeaky like a mouse, which is why she is Nor-mouse of course. And because of being in the North of France, le Nord.
Rouen is the capital, where Joan the Dark burnt her steak. At least I think that’s what happened. In any event, it ruined her, or ’rouened’ her in the local patois.
Of course the Normans came from the region to, when they invaded England illegally under William, Duck of Normandy at the time.
That’s what he was by the way, when your parents are not married, like his.
‘Language of the doctor’. About as intelligible to the rest of France as reading doctor’s hand writing.
The capital is ‘Two Loos’. So named as when first settled that was the total number of ‘double vé say’ they had, one for hommes and one for mesdames.
It has been said at that this time the place was riddled with lice, hence originally spelt ‘Tous Louse’. All louse as it were.
Area well known for its beautiful lake, the ‘Gorgeous Tarn’, and steep sided valleys, particularly the ‘Gorgeous Hardedge’.
Also known for various ‘Bastards’, or ‘Bastides’ in the patois. These can be seen standing on the hill tops in the region. Considered by many to be beautiful. Just because you’re a bastard doesn’t mean you can’t be attractive.
The home of the counterpart to the ‘Golden Lions’ of Orleans. Only this is the female football team as the word means ‘Lionesses’.
Indeed, as Wikipedia points out they are, in full, ‘Olympique Lyonnais Féminin’. I suppose Féminin is added to make sure ‘les hommes’ get ‘le point’ that they are female, and remain female whilst enjoying the ‘beautiful game’.
The full name is shortened to OL. ‘Oh ‘ell’ is no doubt what their opponents say when they hear they are to play them. This is because they are recorded as ‘…often been named the strongest women’s team in the world.’
The Loire, Rh One and Sa One rivers flow through the region. Now, the Rh One is ‘Le’, and the Sa One is ‘la’. This should be obvious as Rh comes ultimately from Rho in the Greek, meaning head which is male. Sa in French denotes feminine. Très simple.
The Rh One is bigger and longer than the Sa One, like husbands and wives typically. As I say, very easy when you know.
Of course Lyon is a lion. It sits at the heart of the Lyonnais, like a lion amongst the lionesses. What else would you expect?
‘The Dolphin’ but female it seems. Not that near the sea, and certainly not coastal so rather odd name.
But there are river dolphins it seems in the world, so not that silly. Perhaps there were once river dolphins in the Isère River that flows through the region. What a wonderful thought.
Isère river said to run through a series of varied landscapes. Anagram of Isere is serie, like series. A series of landscapes then. So if you say Isere which sounds like ee-zair, I say ‘is a’ what? A series of series of landscapes is the answer.
And wonderful they are too; I have seen some of them, with French friends near Grenoble, the historic capital.
These include the Chartre-use where the potent green and yellow liqueurs are made by monks. Excellent stuff, I have referred to it elsewhere. Probably cure Covid 19. Drink too much (it is very strong) and you probably won’t care what it cures.
But silly to poison yourself with too much, as you will then miss out on all the other good things the Most High has provided via His clever Children.
There is also the Vercors where the French resistance was strong during WWII. Vercors might be ‘vert cors’, green horns like cattle, which graze on the high pastures.
This is where the inhabitants pretend to be ill or in pain. A sham pain of course. Hypochondriacs like many French people, I have had it reported to me.
And of course adjoining the Ill of France, so what else would you expect?
It has been said that it should be ‘sham pain’ as in fake bread. But as I have never had bread like that in France I discount that theory.
Its capital is Troyes. There was a great fire in 1524 and they had to rebuild. In other words they had to troy again. It is said there has been a settlement there since 600 BC. The ancient city of Troy in the Mediterranean was destroyed before this apparently. Perhaps some people escaped and came here.
The area much fought over due to its location. A chalk country generally, the French people were bled white by the invasion of the Germans. White like the chalk.
In Reims, I gather that the Archbishops constipated most of the Kings of France. I may have misheard the word, but the French do seem to say that people are ‘Constipé’, and not just physically but emotionally. Would explain the problems with the French monarchy.
And with Roman Catholicism.
The smallest province. More rolling chalk, and includes part of the drained marshland called ‘The Green Venice’ (La Venise Verte). Lovely spot which my wife and I have visited. Most important area of angelica cultivation in France. Angelica is ‘angel face’, so explains the beauty.
There seems to be no consensus over the etymology. Dear me, how silly. It is obvious, n’est ce pas? Wikipedia says ‘Even so, some people think “The most probable origin is that the town of Aulnay (Aulnay en Saintongeais), which was more important in the Middle Ages than it is today.’
To which I say ‘Quoi??’ It does not make sense.
I note an anagram of Aunis is ‘I anus’. Perhaps this is because in ancient times the marshy or boggy areas were rather nasty. Another anagram is ‘U nasi’, like ‘You nasty’. So once rather unpleasant and impenetrable, but drainage made it beautiful.
Thus it is improving drainage is a good thing for various reasons, whether it is marshy areas or your own household toilet (which in England we sometimes call ‘The bog’).
Saintongeais is ‘Saint Ongeais’, or Holy Ongish’ thus Holy English. And who I have said elsewhere are the Angelish. England held sway over the region for many years. The area was once part of the Saintonge region.
La Rochelle is the capital, and once a stronghold of protestant Christians, holding out against Roman Catholic France. Now I have some issues with Protestants taking Roman Catholic falsehoods on board, but in essence they were much in tune with the Most High’s wishes.
In any event the link must be clear.
So this takes us to:
According to Wikipedia originally spelt ‘Xaintonge and Xainctonge’. The X reminds one of the ‘Ch’ in Greek. This related to Christ as in Jesus Christ.
The word could be ‘healthy tongue’. Much of the province by the sea. Salt is related to health. Paul the apostle wrote ‘Let your speech always be gracious, seasoned with salt’ All this makes sense.
But of course we must broaden the extent of ‘healthy tongue’ to Celts generally, the ancestors of many western peoples in Portugal and Spain, Brittany, Cornwall, Wales, Ireland etc. And a big chunk of middle Europe it seems.
And this no doubt means Celtic comes from saltic, the ‘salty people’.
The region is famous for grapes which are used to produce the famous Cognac and the not well known Pineau des Charentes.
Area famous for its medieval pottery apparently. English often considered to be potty or mad by the French, and potty to leave the wonderful EU which does so much good. For the French, peut-être, and the Allemandes. But pas les Anglais.
The capital is Saintes or saints in English. Makes perfect sense to me.
Could be Pois Tous. ‘Pea all’. Full of peace? Well, there was the Battle of Poitiers in 1356, when the Black Prints came out (or didn’t come out if they were black) and the English won a great battle against the French. So not very peaceful then.
And Wikipedia says ‘During the late sixteenth and early seventeenth centuries, Poitou was a hotbed of Huguenot (French Calvinist Protestant) activity among the nobility and bourgeoisie. The Protestants were discriminated against and brutally attacked during the French Wars of Religion (1562–1598). Under the Edict of Nantes, such discrimination was temporarily suspended but this measure was repealed by the French Crown.’ From
Includes come coastline and part of the Venise Verte referred to under Aunis.
Poitiers is the capital. Apparently, there was a battle which Wikipedia states as ‘The first, in 732, also known as the Battle of Tours (to avoid confusion with the second),’. The second is the battle referred to earlier. I hope that is clear.
As Tours and Poitiers are about 65 miles apart, why it is called this is anybody’s guess. Is this French academics for you? I thought the French were logical. Apparently not always.
I shouldn’t be surprised though, with Michel Barmier doing the negotiations on Brexit, and ‘God with us Mac Ron’ pontificating with no conceivable logic.
I see the city has a Pont Wilson, a good English name. Might explain why the French called the Battle ‘of Tours’, rather than ‘of Poitiers. The area was in English hands for a long time, and the French are rather jealous of that sort of thing.
Guyenne & Gascony
Home to ‘Guy’ Anne who was a rather masculine girl and her pet rabbit or ‘coney’ which could talk or ‘gas’. Lots of vineyards in the area. You can often hear them whining about the quality of the wine in a particularly bad year.
Probably the largest region in this list.
As far as I can tell includes areas of the Dordogne, and other areas now popular with the British. As the English ruled much of it for centuries this is perhaps not surprising.
Bordeaux is the capital. Explains the vineyards as presumably Brits bored of water as the name suggests. Great Britain surrounded by water of course, and there is only so much water you can drink. And did not Paul the apostle say something about drinking a little wine for the stomach? Sensible chap.
Large area of land called, unsurprisingly, Landes. For those who might have called it sea by mistake. It was afforested just to make sure people understood that it is land, not sea.
Where underwear is made in the towns or ‘burghs’. Famous for deep red pants and brassieres. Very sexy if you like that sort of thing.
They use the deep red wines of the region as a dye. Very handy as you can drink the excess that doesn’t get used in the processing.
You can of course drink it anyway, and not be too bothered about red underwear or any underwear if you wish. Fits in with the motto of France.
Liberté – All are free not to wear underwear
Equalité – Men and women are free not to wear underwear
Maternité – Frequent result of above, i.e. bébé arrives.
Dijon the capital cuts the mustard as we say in ‘Angleterre’. The region well known for its multi-coloured tiled roofs.
So with all the wine, your sexy underwear (or not), and those roofs, you can have a night on the tiles.
Or just a day looking at the tiles if you wish.
Contains the area known as the Morvan. More van what? Probably more vin I suspect.
We mustn’t forget Avallon where my wife I have stayed. A beautiful town and area. Reminds one of the Isle of Avalon, in Somerset. There are those who say Avallon is Avalon. But generally they say it is just the Glastonbury area in Somerset.
I say it is Great Britain, as the whole is magical to my mind. And I suspect Ireland too if the Irish don’t mind (though I have never visited, sadly).
Though that would be Isles of Avalon.
Ancestral home of Jean-Luc Picard or ‘John the Lucky’. In the far North of France or just ‘Le Nord’. Very cold in winter compared to rest of France.
Hence Cardy or cardigans required. And a pi or pie to eat, both of which keep you warm.
Clearly not a pleasant place to live.
Unless of course you have watched ‘Bienvenue chez les Ch’tis’. If you have, you will hopefully have been pleasantly surprised, as the inhabitants are not the peasants you might have supposed.
The weather can be better than you think, and certainly not raining all the time. My wife and I thought the film wonderful, both funny and moving.
People say Ch’tis is made up of the words/sounds that are made in the patois. That seems obvious. But it sounds like ‘shitty’, and those from places such as the Île de France might consider the place and language rather disgusting.
But then they can be stuck up, or over refined so what else do you expect?
I found this website, which I think is rather good, explaining clearly the basis of the dialect.
Wikipedia says The name “Picardy” derives from the Old French pic, meaning “pike”, the characteristic weapon used by people from this region in ancient times.
Yes, but how about the fish, eh? That was there earlier and the language of the Picard was used well before the weapon was in wide spread use (according to Wikipedia!). So do use your brains.
Before I forget, the capital is Amiens. Where you can say your ‘amens’ in the cathedral, which is apparently the largest in Europe, and finer than Notre Dame. It does look amazing from online photos. Apparently according to John Ruskin it is the “Pantheon of Gothic architecture”.
I haven’t been to see it in the flesh, but I’ll say amen to that.
A bit like ‘An Jew’, although ‘In December, 1288, the Jews were formally expelled from Anjou by Charles II’ according to
However, Wikipedia says the region takes its name from the Andecavi, a Celtic tribe in the area. Makes no sense to me.
Anyway, the Andecavi must have lived in the caves in the locality to start with, and presumably very ‘andy they were, when you haven’t got a convenient home built yet.
The capital is Angers. This makes sense as Andecavi very annoyed at having to subject themselves to Roman rule, and have been angry ever since. The city was Juliomagus under the Romans, or ‘Big Jules’ or ‘Big Jewels’.
Presumably ‘Big Jules’ was Julius Caesar. If ‘Big Jewels’ this would make sense of the name Anjou, as some Jews do like big jewels.
Which means ‘Province’ obviously. The province of Provence. Bit like saying Farmer George, as George means ‘farmer’.
And no doubt the first area conquered by Rome, as in ‘pro’ meaning ‘first’ and ‘vince’ meaning ‘conquer’.
Aix-en-Provence is the capital. This is where people who are uncomfortable with aches and pains can go and enjoy the thermal baths. It is a spa town of course.
And when they have soothed their bodies pains, they can eat some ‘pains’ or breads with ‘fromages et vins et autre chose comme ils aiment’.
There is the Cam-argue which sounds a bit as though it should have cars but doesn’t, as it has horses instead. I don’t think you ‘cam argue’ with that.
There are a lot of lavender fields I understand. And the landscapes are such that many artists painted here. Including ‘Paul, says Anne’, although who Anne is, is not recorded.
Indeed, Paul who, I hear you cry. Quite. Perhaps it’s a surname, a Monsieur Paul. I shall have to do some more research.
We must not forget the cuisine, the seafood stews, the wine, and the desserts (13 at Christmas apparently). Includes the tarts such as Tarte Tropézienne, and Bridget Bardot, sorry, a name suggested by Bridget Bardot who has a house in St. Tropez, I understand.
Meaning ‘An gou’ me’, like ‘an taste me’. Noted for sunflowers and cognac. If you are driving south ‘probablement le premier fois tu pense vous etes in la sud de France avec bowcoup de soleil’.
Cognac is said by Wikipedia to be ‘one of its small towns being at its origin’. Can’t understand the logic there. After all it clearly makes Cognac, the French brandy.
And not gin as ori-gin suggests.
However, or means ‘gold’ in certain languages, so might be ‘Golden gin’. Describes the colour of the brandy, so maybe not so stupid after all.
And here is a sea of sunflowers, gold and brown, like Cognac.
Where they drink bourbon, American whiskey, and eat chocolate sandwich type biscuits, bien sur.
According to Wikipedia the area provided the ‘long-lasting House of Bourbon, which would provide the kings of France from Henry IV in 1589 to Louis-Phillipe in 1848’. Makes sense.
After all, most of these ended up drunk on power or so befuddled that they lost control of their senses and the goodwill of the populace. Hence ‘La revolution’. Not a good idea to drink too much, everything in moderation I say.
And frankly I say to the Franks that eating chocolate sandwich type biscuits with bourbon just isn’t done. It isn’t British, what?
But then they are French so what do you expect, eh? They will eat all sorts of things we wouldn’t (except when we are in France and no one is looking).
The area rather reminded me of England in places, once you were off the beaten track. My wife and I had an excellent meal at an unpretentious little restaurant, sitting in the square in the sunshine. Bliss.
The capital is Moulins where you can find ‘The Red Mill’ (nudge nudge, wink wink). And no doubt where the Mills family came from. Like Jean Moulins ou Hayley Moulins, par example.
It is always March here, it is said, so not very warm. Best therefore to keep walking to keep warm; hence the catch phrase ‘Let’s go for a march’, a brisk, orderly walk. Or ‘allons-y pour une marche’ in French. Peut-être.
And best to go to a marché or market in Marche in March by a march.
Or in French ‘allons-y pour une marche vers le marché de Marche en mars’. Possibly eating a mars bar.
In which case ‘allons faire un tour au marché des Marches en mars pour manger un Mars bar’. At a bar perhaps?
In which case ‘allons faire un tour au marché des Marches en mars pour manger un Mars bar dans un bar’.
If you can buy a mars bar at a bar that is, in Marche.
Wikipedia says Marche is really a county and ‘La Marche first appeared as a separate fief about the middle of the 10th century, when William III, Duke of Aquitaine, gave it to one of his vassals named Boso’
‘After World War 1, some towns in France set up pacifist war memorials. Instead of commemorating the glorious dead, these memorials denounce war with figures of grieving widows and children rather than soldiers. Such memorials provoked anger among veterans and the military in general. The most famous is at Gentioux-Pigerolles in the department (see picture on the left). Below the column which lists the name of the fallen, stands an orphan in bronze pointing to an inscription ‘Maudite soit la guerre’ (Cursed be war). Feelings ran so high that the memorial was not officially inaugurated until 1990 and soldiers at the nearby army camp were under orders to turn their heads when they walked past.’
Seems very reasonable to curse war. Since when was it ever a good thing? One thing to resist evil, another to glorify it.
But perhaps some people will not balance the remembrance of the dead who gave their lives with the loss suffered by widows and orphans.
I have driven once through the area and whilst I didn’t see anything special, I was only passing, and it would be good to return and explore. You can’t judge on first appearances the good in an area.
So you see it is quite an interesting region Marche, even though Wikipedia doesn’t list anything of note.
From ‘Britt any’. ‘Or are there any Brit’s?’ And indeed there are, quite a few I believe. I know a good friend somewhere in the middle and west a bit.
Indeed, its name derives from Britain or vice versa. Land of the bright ones of course. It has lots of stuff under Wikipedia entry.
Par example, there is a temple of Mars where presumably you can eat mars bars. There is a picture in Wikipedia, but is seems someone has been nibbling at the Mars bar already, judging by its condition. I like to eat the chocolate off the edges, so that figures.
Its capital is Rennes. This is because the queens wanted to live here away from the windy west which played havoc with their hair. As you know, their ladyships must be obeyed at all costs when it comes to such matters, so the Kings decided that this had better be the place to set up court.
There is also the port of Brest in the west. This is where the USA’s troops were landed in world war two after the port was taken in the Battle for Normandy.
The kings of Brittany would have rather like to have lived there for obvious reasons; they tried to reason with their wives at first saying ‘Brest is best’. But the ladies would have none of it as they did not want competition.
It is a lovely region generally with much to see and do, but I don’t have time to go into that now.
So that concludes part un. Part deux to follow in due course.
H.M.S. Victory perhaps, once Nelson’s flagship at Trafalgar. Or Victory V’s, a lozenge. I thought the latter disgusting. No wonder, I checked on line and it seems they once contained chloroform! Perhaps they taste better now. See
His sword also served him well later, in 1943. At the time, Mad Jack was a commanding officer in Salerno when his troops were forced into line fighting—something for which they hadn’t been trained. Churchill went ahead of his soldiers wielding his sword. He leapt out at German sentries from the darkness, blade held high, and the Germans were so frightened by the “demon” that they surrendered. Churchill took 42 prisoners that night with the help of just one other companion and his trusty sword. This was inline with his philosophy on fighting the Germans, which he described after capturing the 42:
I maintain that, as long as you tell a German loudly and clearly what to do, if you are senior to him he will cry ‘jawohl’ (yes sir) and get on with it enthusiastically and efficiently whatever the situation.
Amazing story and another reference to 42, the ultimate answer to the ultimate question in the universe according to Douglas Adams. Does 42 signify victory I wonder?
Against the Germans possibly yes. The Germans are well known for following rules enthusiastically; they like being led like sheep. And sadly to the slaughter in world wars 1 and 2.
Bearing in mind we are still fighting the Nazis at this time, albeit in a war of words, perhaps this is significant. After all, the tide of the war truly turned in 1942 in favour of the Allies. 42 again you see.
But let’s go back to H.M.S. Victory. She is preserved in Portsmouth, Hampshire, UK and you can of course visit.
Now this has similarities to Jesus and His death on the cross, in reality a ‘T’ or tree with a little headboard.
I have written elsewhere about this, link at the bottom for those who wish to check.
H.M.S. Victory was instrumental in defeating the French and Spanish allied fleets at the Battle of Trafalgar off Cape Trafalgar, as indeed she was at an earlier battle of Cape St Vincent. It is interesting to note that Vincent means ‘to conquer’.
But what does Trafalgar mean? End of the column perhaps according to this site.
Interestingly, H.M.S. Victory was at the head of one of the two columns of British ships that attacked the French and Spanish line. In so doing as she had at Cape St Vincent she raked the enemy’s ships both ahead and astern, crossing the ‘T’ as it is described.
The effect of such fire is always devastating in the hand of well-trained experienced and disciplined crews. The line of the French and Spanish was broken and victory was made complete with the two columns engaging the middle and rear-guard of the allied fleet.
Of course the victory was tempered by the death of Horatio Nelson, but the allied fleets suffered such a defeat that Napoleon could not realise his dream of invading England. And Great Britain ruled the waves up to and including the Second World War.
A pivotal moment for Great Britain and what some historians call the “imperial century” which was to follow in 1815 after the Battle of Waterloo.
And Jesus achieved a victory pivotal in human history when he died on the ‘T’. He crossed the ‘T’ and beat Satan.
As did Nelson in the Victory and with the ships that followed, beat the allied fleet that would have helped Napoleon impose a dictatorship on Great Britain.
It is well-known, at least it was in my generation I believe, that Nelson was kissed by Hardy as he lay dying.
Well no one kissed Jesus as He was dying on the ‘T’ or cross as it has been called. Although perhaps the heavenly Father did.
But then, whilst Nelson will have to wait a little longer for his resurrection, Jesus only waited until the third day. At that point He was again able to be greeted and kissed. This was for 40 days until he was taken into the cloud and disappeared from view.
I have talked about kissing the Son in my last post and again I would recommend going to Him and kiss Him as it were in your heart. Greet Him formally or passionately. He will accept either. But He will want you to be passionate and begin to show compassion on those who need it most.
Which is why His death is called the passion. But that’s another story.
As for H.M.S. Victory, she is or at least has been undergoing repairs for a sagging hull. Which could be a saggy bottom, which happens to many people when they grow old!
As for Great Britain ruling the waves, well, she has seen her navy decline over the years. I wonder what leaving the EU will bring, as we escape the clutches of the European empire dominated by Germany and France.
‘God with us Mac Ron’ may want to be a new emperor of Europe as Germany seems to be buckling at last in its domination of the EU.
But we are still struggling with stupid rules, although these are now to do primarily with Covid 19 rather than EU regulations as such.
Time, I think, for Great Britain to rule the waves again.
Only this time, to wave the rules (which as I keep telling anybody who will listen, are only guidance and advice anyway).
So don’t be like sheep like the Germans and follow the ‘rules’ just because government supposedly tells you to. Start thinking and wave goodbye to the stupid rules, whilst following the good rules of love.
Don’t wait for the third wave to end or indeed the fourth wave to start. There will always be waves of ‘flu a.k.a. Covid 19.
Just ride the waves like a surfer, be you a young surfer or a silver surfer.
And have fun whilst loving as best you can in the right way. You can have the victory too like Jesus and conquer the waves!
Well, as for me, I have had some mixed views. I love the warmth of the sun, although you can get a warm breeze without it being too bright. In the UK we are blessed with a variable climate. This varies depending on which bit of the UK you are in.
However, I don’t really want to go into the vagaries of the weather. Only, I would say that in past years come April I would start to burn in full sunlight. Midday was obviously worse and this became more intense as the sun rose higher as we neared the solstice.
So much so that after about 10am and until 4pm I would need to cover up, wear a hat, put on sun cream. My wife got into an Aloe Vera product which I found much better; cools and protects as well as heals.
But that all changed last year as we went into lockdowns. Now, lockdowns are stupid for various reasons, but good has come of them too. Bizarre but true.
You see, I found that I was no longer burning in the full clear skies. I spent 2 whole hours in mid-june 2020, 11am to 1pm approximately. No hat, no lotion, not even aloe vera. I got slightly burnt. I applied some aloe vera gel. I was fine.
The same is happening this year it seems, although the weather has been very mixed, perhaps more like the usual variations we can expect in the south of England.
Two days ago I went out cycling from around mid-day until around 5.30pm. Shorts and T shirt. Hat for the top of my head. I applied no sun cream etc.
Again I would have burnt 2 years ago. I was fine on the day, no effects whatsoever. Yesterday and today I saw/see a slight redness, that is all.
So why is it I am no longer suffering sunburn as I used to? I have worked it out so I will tell you what I have found.
Sunshine – Ultraviolet (UV)
The sun gives off UVA, UVB, and UVC each with a different wavelength. UVC is apparently reflected by the earth’s ozone layer and atmosphere. Just as well, as it is highly damaging to life forms, including our bodies. See link below
Note Soft A, intermediate B and hard C on the table in Wikipedia. This reminds me of the beds of the 3 bears of the story with Goldilocks, too hard, too soft and just right!
And it is UVB that is just right for vitamin D production!
Clear skies/cloudy skies
In clear skies with no chemical or other trails to block UVB the two, UVA and UVB come together flattening each other out sufficiently to minimise the burning.
In cloudy skies with alternating cloud and clear skies some UVB is reflected increasing the power of the UVA and increasing the burning effect.
In overcast skies no or very limited UVB will get through and UVA will be much more powerful and you can burn very easily.
Protecting/ shading your self against the intense light of the middle of the day depending on your latitude makes sense. It appears that being nearer the equator will increase the power of the UV light and this makes good sense as the distance through the atmosphere is shorter.
One should not forget that reflected light has an impact. So being by the sea, for example, or an inland lake increase UV light issues, whilst pure snow and altitude have a significant bearing on the UV you can receive.
The W.H.O. website link below is useful but incorrect about UV exposure as my experience shows. Being in the sun a long time is not the issue, there are other factors at play.
It has been long discussed what form does light take, pulse or waves? Well, why not both? Quantum mechanics seems to indicate this. But then, why not spiral or helical like DNA?
And what was happening with me. Seems straightforward to me.
You see, sound waves are flattened or enhanced by how they are synchronised. They can be enhanced or reduced.
The same applies to UV light. The A & B coming together flatten each other, reduce the power effect; we can therefore take more of it for longer in clear skies than we can in cloudy skies.
With the absence of most air traffic in lockdowns, the skies are much freer of pollution and the scattering effect of vapour trails etc. So again lockdowns have benefits as well as downsides.
But what about protection?
Sunblocks and screens might be fine for reducing UV light from damaging your skin but they also limit or prevent you from gaining the suns energy which helps eventually to build up vitamin D in your body (subject to other factors within your body such as suitable body oils).
I have found in the past that a clear pure aloe vera product has helped enormously and I have not needed the more advertised commercial products/creams.
I once had a secretary who said her sister used olive oil on her skin to help protect her. I am now sure that that is a good alternative to moisturise and protect the skin, without stopping the benefits of sunshine in eventually producing vitamin D in your body. Note this link
You should be seriously concerned if you use commercial products containing these ingredients. In any event you should not need them at all if you are sensible and use natural plant products.
And don’t forget that these creams and sunblocks come in plastic containers which then have to be disposed of. Frequently things get dumped. We pay the price in a polluted harmful environment.
After all in somebody wants to sell you something they will tell you how good it is, even if it may be harmful. They may even use fear to prompt you to buy their product. Some people just love money.
They also will go out of their way to try and persuade you that vitamin D is not that important.
You can find other information on vitamin D on my pages on this. Whilst there is a lot of information on the internet, again there are those who wish this information suppressed so they can sell poisonous drugs and make large amounts of money off the suffering of the human race.
Even many doctors have succumbed to this and have become ignorant of vitamin D’s benefits and have ignored the side effects and ultimate uselessness of most drugs for which there are, and always have been, beneficial and harmless alternatives.
Anyway, this link below is useful regarding how sunshine enables us to eventually get vitamin D but is incorrect or at least misleading about how much sunshine can be damaging. If your vitamin D levels are good your protection and healing is also boosted.
And please note my earlier comments regarding sun blocks and creams; the advice in the link to use such things is just wrong if this then blocks your pores on your skin together with the attendant issues with chemicals etc.
Most skin cancers are caused by too much exposure to ultraviolet (UV) rays from the sun and manmade sources like tanning booths. Protect your skin from the sun when you go outside, especially during the long, warm summer days.
Cover up: When you are out in the sun, wear clothing and a wide-brimmed hat to protect as much skin as possible. Protect your eyes with sunglasses that block at least 99% of UV light.
Use a broad-spectrum sunscreen with a sun protection factor (SPF) of at least 30. Put more on at least every 2 hours, and after swimming or sweating.
Seek shade: Limit your direct exposure to the sun, especially between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m., when UV rays are strongest.
Avoid tanning beds and sunlamps: Both can cause serious long-term skin damage and contribute to skin cancer.
Now whilst you need to be sensible about sun exposure, the issues have to do with your vitamin D levels in the first place. If they are poor you will burn badly and will not heal well or quickly.
I suspect the American Cancer Society has a vested interest in telling you what they say. Sunshine is free, cancer treatments are very expensive and a major problem in themselves which I will write about in due course.
However, for now this link below may suffice to give you pause for thought. Some people just love money which is the root of all kinds of evil.
In essence, you need to consider your own vitamin D levels and get them tested to be sure. Please note that a normal level will be average for a population group and by no means optimal. The actual level you can have can be much higher as I believe I have proved.
But if you start from a low base you need to build up before you can tolerate large amounts of sun.
Please note I am fair skinned so I would normally be especially vulnerable. Now I am not if I am sensible and have regard to the sunshine conditions etc.
The following is very good but quite long. From June 2015.
The following is extracted from above for ease of reference. I have put in extra paragraph spaces for ease of reading the main points.
CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS
The full solar spectrum is essential to optimal health and well-being. Humans are physiologically adapted to produce vitamin D in response to sun exposure, specifically UVB radiation; other regions of the spectrum seem to confer benefit as well.
Though some vitamin D comes from our diet (and more recently from supplements), we should not ignore the natural capacity that we possess to produce our own.
We are of the opinion that moderate sun exposure (less than the time required to burn) to the arms, shoulders, trunk, and legs should be sought rather than avoided. Once that limited time has been achieved, we agree that covering the skin or seeking shade may be appropriate.
The benefits of such exposure go beyond production of vitamin D and include other physiological responses to sunlight, still inadequately explored, including release of nitric oxide, production of beta-endorphin, and regulation of circadian rhythms—all important components of lifelong health and well-being.
The current policy of sun avoidance is creating probable harm for the general population. Ignorance of the effects of portions of the solar spectrum at wavelengths longer than the ultraviolet is due mainly to lack of suitable measurement tools for cutaneous and systemic responses to those regions.
We propose therefore that the U.S. Surgeon General’s office, the World Health Organization, the Institute of Medicine, and other health entities, together or separately, engage in an immediate effort both to define and quantify comprehensively the benefits and harms of sun exposure and to develop the measurement methods needed for their detection and quantification.
Following this effort, concrete recommendations for exposure at an individual level that are both safe and beneficial should be created.
We also recommend, as an interim strategy, that both sun exposure and vitamin D supplementation be concomitants of drug therapy for tuberculosis so as to garner both whatever benefits may be due to vitamin D and those of heliotherapy that extend beyond its effect on vitamin D status.
NB If you are in the USA and you are told to stay indoors because of Covid 19, this is a lie. Be sensible, but make the most of the sunshine.
Well, there is not much I need say about this except to repeat that one must be sensible. It is all very well for ‘Mad dogs and Englishmen go out in the mid-day sun’ as Noel Coward sang, but not very wise in general as it is much more pleasant to sit in the shade with a cooling drink.
But it is worth noting that a cold drink takes time to warm up in your stomach before it can be absorbed; if it didn’t the shock of the cold might kill you. And in the long run you benefit more by rehydration and evaporation which will cool you more effectively.
I once was helping in a holiday camp bar in Bracklesham Bay to earn some money during the holidays whilst at university. There was a retired man who had been in Hong Kong and he said that tea was more refreshing than water.
It was something I had not considered but I took this on board.
“Don’t Be Like The Sun”, the song, talks about ‘king of Mars’ and ‘a gold plated man monkey full of dollar bills’. The question is who is the king of Mars? Well, I associate him ultimately with the Devil who wages war against the children of God.
And the devil mars or spoils everything, a spoil sport.
Who is ‘The Sun’? Well, it might refer to Jesus Christ, the Son of God, who I associate with the sun of righteousness
The Great Day of the LORD
1“For behold, the day is coming, burning like a furnace, when all the arrogant and every evildoer will be stubble; the day is coming when I will set them ablaze,” says the LORD of Hosts. “Not a root or branch will be left to them.” 2“But for you who fear My name, the sun of righteousness will rise with healing in its wings, and you will go out and leap like calves from the stall. 3Then you will trample the wicked, for they will be ashes under the soles of your feet on the day I am preparing,” says the LORD of Hosts.…
It says ‘its wings’ in this translation but the original word in Hebrew suggests ‘her wings’. Jesus is a man.
But He is described in the Greek in the New Testament as mono-genetic. See John 3:16 in Biblehub
The word usually translated ‘only begotten’ is μονογενῆ (monogenē). He, Jesus, is recorded as born of a virgin, so without a man’s sperm. So in a way, Jesus was female, yet he was a man, it says so in the New Testament.
Please note however, that ‘only begotten’ can sound like ‘only big ‘ot one’. Only big hot one, like the Sun!!
It is recorded in Matthew 23:37 that He said ‘O Jerusalem, Jerusalem, who kills the prophets and stones those sent to her, how often I have longed to gather your children together, as a hen gathers her chicks under her wings, but you were unwilling!’
So like a protective mother, He would have gathered the children of God in Jerusalem under His protection. But they would not come.
You may know of the following by Dorothy Frances Gurney.
“Kiss of the sun for pardon.
Song of the birds for mirth.
You’re closer to God’s heart in a garden
Than any place on earth.”
The Bible also talks about kissing the son in Psalm 2 v.12 and explained here.
I found a tick yesterday. On my leg, the right one. By the knee.
I am not sure how it got there. I suspect my wife, an ex-teacher. She wanted to mark me out of ten and put a tick there to say I was correct. About what I don’t know. I was in cloud cuckoo land at the time, in bed.
However, as I looked closer I saw it move. Strange I thought, I have never seen a tick move.
But it wasn’t that kind of a tick. It was the biting, blood sucking variety. The ones that like to take the life out of anything right. Like my right leg. It explains why it wasn’t my left leg.
I therefore suspect it was a left leaning tick or democrat/Nazi/communist tick. Look, Nazis are strictly socialist so not really right wing at all, despite attempts to make them so. Nothing right about them anyway, they’re all wrong.
There are various types of tick; these are listed in the following link.
The links above give some perspective on what people have thought over the pandemic of tic-toc videos, sorry, make that pandemic of vitamin D deficiency, masquerading as Covid 19 deadly planet threatening disease.
I think these videos are ridiculous, and a complete waste of time. Perhaps that’s the point distract the masses from what is really going on.
Which, among other things is the poisoning of the planet and poisoning of the human race via various chemical poisons.
And vaccines of course.
Maybe the tic-toc videos are also democrat/Nazi/communist tics, or tic-toc ticks.
A young lad did a tic-toc video of him calling Chris Whitty a liar about the Covid 19 cases. There is a link within this link if you are interested.
The use of the word mandem in the context seems to suggest an enemy, not a friend. Chris Whitty is an enemy of the people. This makes sense.
Many comments on social media condemn the lad’s action. I don’t. He is quite right, Chris Whitty is no friend of the people that is for sure. I have yet to analysis him in detail and do a post but no doubt I will.
Anyway, back to the tick. Much as the tick is rather fascinating as such things go, I didn’t really want it sucking my blood. So I decided I would try and remove it with a plastic tick removal tool from the pack which we have.
Firstly though, I thought I had better try and disinfect the area. I had some green Chartreuse in a small vial which once contained Bach rescue remedy. You might be interested in my post on this. I’ll put link at the end.
It came with a small pipette (the vial, not green Chartreuse) and I thought ‘Why not try on the tick, might knock it out?’. So I did, I placed a few small drops on the tick and surrounding area.
For good measure I also put some Lea and Perrins Worcester Sauce from the kitchen on it as well.
So hopefully the tick was dead drunk, if not dead, presumed drowned. I think the stickiness of the green Chartreuse might block its ability to breath.
Anyway, the recommendation on line is applying rubbing alcohol as a disinfectant, but that is poisonous whereas in moderation you can drink green Chartreuse (it is very strong).
It is much more expensive but was available to me without a visit to the shops or waiting for online purchase to arrive. In the latter case I suspect the tick would have finished guzzling my blood and fallen out.
I dare say that olive oil and vinegar or cheap wine would have been good, much like the Good Samaritan might have used on the man who was attacked by thieves. You know, on the way down to Jericho.
Anyway, having disinfected/drowned the area/tick I took the small plastic implement to the tick, and gently twisted it slowly in a clockwise direction (looking at my leg) three complete revolutions as recommended.
I then lifted up slowly and bingo out it came, mouthpiece and all.
So that was it. The spot where it was is healing nicely and should disappear in due course.
I have had no ill effects as much vitamin D levels are high due to having boosted them enormously recently with supplements (which I take to overcome my current health issues).
I attach photographs below to show the tick.
So that’s another experience I can tick off my list.
The following was set up as a page last year, and a few viewed it. I am trying it as a post this year, with minor alterations and additions.
4th July 2020
‘Good mornin’, Good mornin’, we’ve talked the whole night through, Good mornin’, Good mornin’ to you’.
So sings Debbie Reynolds in ‘Singing in the Rain’. Well, I hope it is a good mornin’ for ya’ll in the U.S. of A. Howdy from Baldmichael in good ol’ Ingerland.
Am I teasing you? Perhaps, but you can say ‘Hey, Baldy’ back to me, and we will be quits. Which comes from the French verb ‘quitter’ to leave. So in this case, we can leave it at that. We’re evens. Or Even Stevens as we might say in England. Which rhymes – we like rhyming, there’s something in the tune of the words. I see Disney did a movie of that name. I didn’t know until just now. You learn something every day.
Back to greetings. If you are young, you might say ‘Yo’ when you meet someone. Or even ‘Yo man’. Which in England sounds like ‘Yeoman’. And that means primarily ‘a man holding and cultivating a small landed estate’. Or a smallholder. In the States, a homestead. A homestead conjures up the image of a steady home, somewhere secure, welcoming.
So if you say ‘Yo man’ to your friend, what you are saying is here is my ‘Yeoman’, someone who makes me welcome, a steady guy to rely on. And that is an encouragement, I hope you think so too.
Of course, you may have woken up full of woe. A bad night perhaps. Noisy neighbours, baby kept you up, that sort of thing. I have changed the words to the intro from ‘Oklahoma’ specially for you. Eh, hem, here goes.
‘Oh what a horrible mornin’
Oh what a horrible day.
I put my foot through the ceiling,
And someone has stolen my hay!’
Well perhaps you put your foot on a child’s toy which made you swear. Or perhaps you feel someone has stolen your liberty with lockdown. Or perhaps your presidential election? See P.S. at bottom of page.
And to misquote the song, maybe your ‘…corns are as high…’ because your feet feel as though an elephant had trodden on them and they are excruciatingly painful.
And if you can’t reach your feet to look after them properly, perhaps someone else can help. You could ask. Or if your neighbour, ok neighbor to you, has corns and you know they struggle, ask them if you could help. Perhaps you are afraid they may bite you? People often bark only because they are hurt or afraid like you can be.
Covid 19 a problem? It’s no worse than the ‘flu. And because I know what it really is, you have nothing to fear whatsoever. Baldmichael says so. He only knows because he did a bit of research, and thought, and spoke to our Heavenly Father about it. No problemo. In Spanish, No hay problema.
Which brings us back to the song. Someone has stolen your hay. You have a ‘no hay problem’. Well, if someone has stolen your hay or in this case of lockdown, liberty, you are perfectly entitled to go and take it back (you never lost it really, you just thought you did). After all, you can’t buy another load of liberty as you can with hay.
You need ammunition in a battle of words, or polemic, as the Greeks might say. I am giving you the words, if you don’t already have them, on this website. And I am only distilling what I am gleaning from websites around the world, and from what I have observed during my life. You are perfectly capable of doing what I have done. It just takes patience and time.
And trust in the One who made this beautiful world. A Yeoman in the best sense. But His holding is not small, but huge. The whole wide world and beyond. The great beyond. As a song puts it ’He’s got the whole world in His hands’.
‘I know them, and they follow Me. I give them eternal life, and they will never perish. No one can snatch them out of My hand.’
Those are the words of Jesus. If you trust Him you need have no fear. You will be safe in His hands.
Have a nice day.
No, on second thoughts don’t have a nice day. Have a gloriously wonderful day.
And Happy 4th of July, happy Independence Day!
P.S. There are those who believe that the presidential election was stolen by the democrats. I am not surprised. If you do, why not do something about it? Go on a march round the Capitol Hill, Washington D.C. I did a post with a song you might wish to use. March for the Beast
And of course if you were on another planet, then a day might vary enormously. If you have read the link you will note they have calculated Venus with a day as 5,832 hours!!
If you were on Venus (and its toxic highly pressurised atmosphere is not to be recommended unless you want to be suffocated, squashed and burnt at the same time), imagine how long before you might be able to go to bed. Lack of sleep can kill, you know!
Although the toxic atmosphere and heat would kill the average human being instantly anyway, so you needn’t worry about that. Venus sounds rather like a lake of fire to me.
But let’s come back to yesterday. Well, England beat the Germany at football for once in the Euros, hooray! Here are a couple of links below from the Guardian which I consider worth reading.
In the above following the headline it says ‘Locals in Berlin were subdued about their tournament exit as if resigned to being the underdog’
And at the end of the article:
Rainer Hoffmann blamed the coach Jogi Löw, for whom the defeat spells the end of a 15-year career in charge of the German team. “Jogi should have quit before the tournament,” said the 69-year-old pensioner as he finished up his beer. “He’s just the wrong guy, I’ve known that since he got the job in 2006.”
As the final whistle blew, Bruno Farace gave his son another hug. “What do you think, Matteo, will you wear an England shirt the next time around?” Matteo paused to think, and offered a compromise: “Maybe an Arsenal shirt.”
“The Euros were meant to be a dignified send-off for national coach Joachim Löw,” said Boris Büchler in a comment for broadcaster ZDF. In his first 10 years in charge of Germany’s national team, Löw had taken his sides at least to the semi-final of every tournament they participated in. In 2014, he came home from Rio de Janeiro with the World Cup.
Yet the dignified send-off was not to be, wrote Büchler. “Instead, the exit in the last 16 is the logical consequence of a downward spiral that began in 2016.”
So you could say poor Joachim Löw’s career ended in a new low!!
Let’s consider other events yesterday, but 80 years ago. The United Kingdom is at war with Germany. The following was listed in this link.
The Defense of Brest Fortress ended in German victory.
The Germans and Finns launched Operations Silver Fox and Platinum Fox, aimed at capturing the key Soviet port of Murmansk.
212,000 children were evacuated from Leningrad.
Hitler issued a secret decree formally designating Hermann Göring as his successor. This is the decree that was referred to in the Göring Telegram of April 1945.
Germans capture the port city of Libau in Latvia.
German submarine U-651 was depth charged and sunk in the North Atlantic by British warships.
Died: Ignacy Jan Paderewski, 80, Polish pianist
The Germans had invaded Russia and were sweeping the Red Army before them. The British Eighth Army (with British, Commonwealth, Indian and Allied contingents) were holding out in North Africa against Rommel and the Axis forces (German and Italian).
And German submarine U-651 was depth charged and sunk in the North Atlantic by British warships.
The last paragraph was a small battle in the struggle against the Axis forces, and a small victory in the scale of things. But small things always count; without them we wouldn’t achieve greater things.
Without these small victories the allies would not have eventually won the war.
The following site has fascinating information about the day.
You can read all about them if you wish, but it is with some amusement that 42 comes up! 42
It includes the following profile of another Joe.
Full Name: Joseph Robinette Biden Jr.
Profession: 46th US President, Vice President and Senator
Nationality: United States of America
Political Party: Democratic Democratic Party
Presidential Term: In office since January 20, 2021
Preceded By: Donald Trump
Why Famous: Current US President, who won election with a record 81 million popular votes, becoming the oldest sitting president.
Prior to assuming the presidency, Joe Biden served two terms as the 47th Vice President of the United States under Barack Obama.
A member of the Democratic Party, Biden was a United States Senator from Delaware between 1973 and 2009, until his election to the Vice Presidency.
In April 2019, Biden officially announced he was running to be the Democratic nominee for the President of the United States, his third presidential campaign and the first time he won nomination.
In November 2020 he defeated sitting US President Donald Trump by 306 election votes to 232, winning the popular vote by more than 7 million votes.
Born: November 20, 1942
Birthplace: Scranton, Pennsylvania, USA
Age: 78 years old
Generation: Silent Generation
Chinese Zodiac: Horse
Star Sign: Scorpio
Now people will contest that Joe actually lost the election, and that there was wide scale fraud at the ballot box, with dead people voting as it were! That is people whose names were used despite being deceased of course.
Be that as it may, it might be noted that Joe’s star sign is Scorpio. Mmm, a beast with a sting in its tail. Interesting.
Reminds me of the book of Revelation when the tail of the dragon swept a third of the stars to the earth. Mmm.
In the Chinese zodiac he comes under the Horse. Like a horseman of the apocalypse perhaps. Mmm.
And he was born in 1942! Interesting, velly interesting. But stupid. That is a reference to Rowan and Martin’s Laugh-in, a T.V. programme in the U.S.A.
Of course stupid may refer to Joe Biden and his abilities. Unlike Joe DiMaggio who despite his demons achieved something good with his life.
With reference to the Silent Generation (who seem to me to include many who were far from silent), there is reference to the silent majority which is why the generation is generally defined as silent. This explains.
Deutschland, Deutschland über alles, Über alles in der Welt, Wenn es stets zu Schutz und Trutze Brüderlich zusammenhält. Von der Maas bis an die Memel, Von der Etsch bis an den Belt, Deutschland, Deutschland über alles, Über alles in der Welt! Deutschland, Deutschland über alles, Über alles in der Welt!
Germany, Germany above all, Above all in the world, When, for protection and defense, It always stands brotherly together. From the Meuse to the Memel, From the Adige to the Belt, Germany, Germany above all, Above all in the world! Germany, Germany above all, Above all in the world!
It is said this has been misunderstood to mean that Germany should be foremost to the German people, rather than to mean dominating or conquering the world. Perhaps someone might have pointed that out to them before they started the first two world wars.
It would have saved a lot of bother as we in Britain might say in our understated way!!
The third verse says this:
Anmut sparet nicht noch Mühe Leidenschaft nicht noch Verstand Dass ein gutes Deutschland blühe Wie ein andres gutes Land.
Dass die Völker nicht erbleichen Wie vor einer Räuberin Sondern ihre Hände reichen Uns wie andern Völkern hin.
Und nicht über und nicht unter Andern Völkern wolln wir sein Von der See bis zu den Alpen Von der Oder bis zum Rhein.
Und weil wir dies Land verbessern Lieben und beschirmen wir’s Und das Liebste mag’s uns scheinen So wie anderen Völkern ihr’s.
Grace spare not and spare no labour Passion nor intelligence That a decent German nation Flourish as do other lands.
That the people give up flinching At the crimes which we evoke And hold out their hand in friendship As they do to other folk.
Neither over or yet under Other peoples will we be From the North Sea to the Alps From the Oder to the Rhine.
And because we’ll make it better Let us guard and love our home Love it as our dearest country As the others love their own.
Now that seems more like it. It came from the same pen of August Heinrich Hoffmann von Fallersleben (there’s a mouthful!).
So who misled the Germans? I blame Prussia myself and its stupid Junkers and mad Kaiser Wilhelm II. There is still a Junker today in the EU. Mmm. What’s his first name?
Anyway, it seems that the Germans have a good anthem although perhaps they might concentrate on the last stanza which seems excellent. Everybody should love their people and homeland and look after them properly.
And love strangers who visit.
Perhaps a last few words from Simon and Garfunkel’s song
And in the naked light I saw Ten thousand people, maybe more
This reminds me of the words of the New Testament letter to Jude in the Bible.
Enoch, the seventh from Adam, also prophesied about them: “Behold, the Lord is coming with myriads of His holy onesto execute judgment on everyone, and to convict all the ungodly of every ungodly act of wickedness and every harsh word spoken against Him by ungodly sinners.
Myriads might be 10,000 or even an uncountable number. Myriads could be My-ri-ads as in My smiling (laughing) adverts. The adverts, those who follow Jesus Christ who are adverts for Christ. We do not ‘sell’ Him as a product to be disposed of, but a person to be known and loved as He loves us.
And He comes freely. Freely you have received, freely give, He says.
It also says in the Book of Daniel that
At that time Michael, the great prince who stands watch over your people, will rise up. There will be a time of distress, the likes of which will not have occurred from the beginning of nations until that time. But at that time your people— everyone whose name is found written in the book— will be delivered.
Well, I am only a Baldmichael, with 18 followers at the moment. But I am trying to do my bit along with many others, to bring down the beasts that threaten to destroy the planet and God’s children.
If you don’t follow me yet you are welcome to do so. If you don’t, why not follow another website with the truths exposed.
You are welcome to use and share what I have gleaned in any event.
And don’t forget that following God’s Son, Jesus Christ is above all the most important. He is much more important than many think, vital in fact. He said that He had come that you (that is all God’s children) might have life and have it to the full.
Otherwise there is the lake of fire of Revelation to consider. Rather like Venus which I mentioned at the start.
And I think a good game of football would be better than that, don’t you?
Here is a short post. I had hope to do one on the Battle of Waterloo but it is turning out to be rather longer than expected and other things needed doing.
So I thought I had at least better do something. I hope it may be of interest or amuse. It is reflecting the fact that Joe Biden has apparently been in Cornwall with the G7 summit. I don’t suppose the Cornish were asked about how they felt having their cuntry invaded by a count.
Or is it the other way round?
I wonder if Joe was asked if he would like to go. I think he doesn’t mind where he goes as long as he has his nappies changed and gets fed and watered by his carers.
Anyway, here is a poem based on the well-known (in the UK) old rhyme.
As I was going to St Ives
I met a man who had two wives
One was dead
The other still lives*
He had four children it is said
Three were living
One was dead.
The living had brains I’ll have you know
Except for Biden, his first name Joe.
What colour socks was Joe wearing?
Answer: Depends on whom one is asking. If it is Joe, he will probably mumble something like ‘rainbow coloured’ as he is thinking about sex, not socks.
If it is his carers then probably black for the funeral. Joe is a zombie, the walking dead, so it is his own funeral we are talking about.
If it is anyone else, then any colour you like. Make it up like the Democrats do to such things like voting ballot papers, policy etc.
Make it black and white if you like. Take it to extremes like the Democrats do. It helps to divide people and helps Democrats rule the U.S.A.
If you ask Putin he will probably just smile and say нет, which sounds like kneeyet. Which probably means he would like to knee Biden somewhere where it hurts. We might sympathise with him. Putin that is.
Well, that’s about it. Except perhaps to say that on the 22nd June in 1941, 80 years ago Germany invaded Russia. I wonder if we shall see a real battle of words between Russia and the USA? Or maybe Germany and Russia? We’ll see.
And she is using make-up, as she explains the issues. Are these being made-up? Hmm, interesting.
GP Nikki Kanani is medical director for NHS England and NHS improvements who is providing support on the video.
There is reference to NHS facts. This is rather confusing as the headline indicates the NHS approves the lies.
The following is based on the drop down list when you click on read more button just under the video.
Here are my comments on that list. RED for danger – beware NHS lies.
Lies you’re told about the COVID vaccine (NHS approved)
NHS lies are approved then? The NHS approves of lying. Makes sense.
Fantastic assumptions and where to find them (timestamps):
02:23 It’s got a GPS tracker/ Bill Gates put a nano chip in it
Very unlikely. Bill Gates couldn’t put one in every vial, he’s not that clever.
03:13 It will change your DNA
Unlikely. Vaccine makers not that clever.
04:18 The vaccine can GIVE you COVID
True. Overloads your immune system, and you get the ‘flu, a.k.a Covid.
05:34 Vaccines are unnatural
True in the sense you should not put poisons into your body unless you like playing Russian roulette
06:30 Vaccines are just profitable, we can just do ‘herd immunity’
Yes to first half, no to second half, it doesn’t work (unless we improve our vitamin D etc.)
07:44 If you’ve already had COVID, you don’t need it
True. Why risk getting Covid again.
08:10 If you’ve had a normal flu vaccine, that’s enough
True, if you mean that’s enough poison already (if the normal ‘flu vaccine contains anything of course).
09:11 It contains mercury/embryos/pork gelatine/it’s not halal
Who knows? It is helel, however. Helel Hebrew name for Lucifer now called Satan who perpetrated this fraud ultimately.
11:07 If you have an auto-immune disease, it can kill you
12:15 It can cause more harm to non-white communities / BAME communities are being experimented on
Generally true. BAME communities have overall low vitamin D levels in northern hemisphere, especially USA. I believe they also do in UK.
13:38 People have died from taking the vaccine and it’s being covered up
Yes to first part, partly to second part. Mainstream media seems to be quiet on the issue as far as I can tell. Other sources tell the truth. That makes sense.
14:28 If you get a strong reaction to the vaccine that means you’ve had COVID before
False. It means the vaccine is particularly poisonous to you. That is probably because your immune system is weak and your vitamin D levels are low. I say probably. Hopefully too, otherwise a lot of people are going to suffer.
14:42 It hasn’t been tested properly and some of the ingredients are ‘new’
True to first part. Seems to be true to second part as well as far as we’re told.
/ It’s been rushed and we don’t yet know the full effects (we’re guinea pigs)
16:59 It can affect your fertility
Apparently true. In any event, poisoning yourself never a good idea, let alone your baby.
17:35 It causes misciarriage/isn’t safe for pregnant people
Apparently true. In any event, poisoning yourself never a good idea, let alone your baby. Isn’t safe for pregnant women, (men can’t be pregnant).
18:19 It can cause issues with breastfeeding
Depend on what issues you are referring to. In any event, don’t be a tit (or booby), and have a poisonous vaccine to poison your tits (or boobies) if you have tits (or boobies).
18:29 The Oxford vaccine is less effective than the Pfizer/ some COVID vaccines are more effective than others
False. All vaccines are pointless. Unless you mean some vaccines are more effective at poisoning people, in which case true.
19:10 Once you have the vaccine, it’s safe to go out as normal
False. It was always generally safe to go out as normal (unless you live in an unsafe neighbourhood etc.). Taking the vaccine is unsafe as it is pointless, and could be poisonous (depending on what is really in it).
Taking the vaccine is however only safe if it contains saline or vitamins. Who knows what is in it? It’s anybody’s guess. Ingredients not on side of vial as far as I am aware, and one would need to test vials to be sure.
If anybody has tested the vials perhaps they can let us know.
20:05 It won’t stop the spread, it will just stop people dying
True to first part. False to second part. People are dying from it. See earlier.
20:40 You should call the NHS if you want one and haven’t been invited
True if you want to play Russian roulette with the ‘shot’. This is why it is called a shot.
21:29 The effects wear off fast and we’ll have to keep taking it/COVID mutates too fast for it to be of use
False. Depends on the individual regarding effects. Can last for weeks. Covid doesn’t mutate that is false. Lies are mutating however. Wonderful what people can make up (probably why Leena is putting on make-up so we get the point).
22:48 It works better on some age groups more than others
True if you mean poisons elderly more than younger people (generally speaking that is, because elderly probably have lower vitamin D levels).
23:03 The three month gap between vaccines will be detrimental to its effectiveness
False. Three month gap will give you time to get over effects, if any, of first ‘shot’. In any event will still be effective in poisoning you, if indeed it contains anything at all.
23:58 Once you get it, you won’t need to use a mask
True if you are dead. You don’t have to use a mask anyway unless it is sensible. See my suggested links at bottom of post in Covid 19 Summary.
24:54 You get a sticker at the end after you get your jab!
Depends on what you mean by sticker. If you mean label I wouldn’t know. If you mean barb as in thorn, then false. You have had the prick from the jab already.
This may be a spelling mistake and should have read ‘sicker’. In which case possibly true. Some people have been sicker after the jab.
For more info please see my website.
And don’t forget government guidance and advice.
Well, I hope that clears up those points.
The NHS has approved lying. GP Nikki Kanani is approving these lies. The NHS is in a mess and needs dismantling and then rebuilding from scratch.
Those administrators, doctors and nurses etc. who have approved lies should be hauled before the courts.
Once we have dealt with Matt Hancock, Neil Ferguson, Chris Whitty and Sir Patrick Valence of course.
Matthew John David Hancock. Good set of biblical names. Except Hancock of course. I’m not aware of anything related to that in the Bible .
His first three names mean the following apparently. ‘Gift of God, God is gracious, beloved (or possibly uncle)’.
As to Hancock the meaning is rather more obscure but probably relates to ‘strutting like a cock(erell)’. The han bit may be ‘hand’.
That makes more sense. Handcock, or maybe ‘Hand Cock’, the mass debater in the Houses of Parliament. Or should that be mess debater? Perhaps they are the same thing. Anagram in his full name includes ‘ankwa’. Rearrange to make better sense.
A lot of people are not keen on him at the moment. They would no doubt leave out the ‘f’ in ‘Gift of God’ and the whole of his two middle names.
He may think he is God’s gift of course. Lol.
He is married to Martha Hoyer Millar, an osteopath, according to his Wikipedia entry. Apparently she is the granddaughter of René de Marees van Swinderen – meaning possibly:
Reborn (French), the (Dutch), Tides or star of the sea (French), of (Dutch), Swindle (German).
Well, those names sound okay except swindle. Which is German. ‘Interesting velly interesting.’ Remember this?
Anyway, Matt Hancock is also 42 years old at the moment. Do we think he is the ultimate answer to the ultimate question as in Douglas Adam’s Hitch Hiker’s Guide to the Galaxy?
Not according to people comments on YouTube we don’t. What the question actually was is not stated. Probably ‘Will Matt Hancock’s actions and leadership as health secretary bring us out of the Covid mess?’
That’s answered that one, what’s next?
I have said the meaning of John is ‘God is gracious’. In the USA a ‘john’ is a toilet. Which one applies to Matt Hancock? You choose.
As regards David the following link is of interest. Please note American Sign Language, scroll down page in the link.
When the Paris Agreement was adopted in December 2015, much to the joy of all the delegates, it was clear that this success would bring even more hard work. The negotiations would take three more years.
That’s nice, lots more work for bureaucrats, travel/jobs for politicians, expenses etc. More taxes for taxpayers, not so nice.
Matt apparently said “On average, we published them just over a fortnight later than they should have been, and there’s a reason for that, and the reason is that there was a global shortage of PPE and we needed to buy PPE to save lives.”
PPE has been a complete waste of money. This should be deducted from Matt Hancock’s bank account; bankrupt him if necessary. Then hang him for murder (subject to a fair trial of course).
Time-traveller Matt Hancock visits past to build hospital that already exists