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BARNABY THE DOG.

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We have a virgin Atlantic advert here that includes a male cabin crew member wearing makeup and sparkly jackets and mincing up the isle with a toss of his head - to represent homosexual equality elements in the cabin crew I am led to assume; studded leather coated biker passenger making faces at children and vulnerable elderly women apparently at risk but smiling , and finally, a female pilot with no Co pilot (due to cuts I assume) who gives an impression of completed abdication of care other than that she loves flying. It puts me off flying with the company as it seems the crew are distracted by self interests. I think I would rather row across the Atlantic.
 

MickHewitt

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What I love about this site is the emoji's...why? Well just like the words of Paul in Rom8:26 which talks of the spirit pleading for us with groanings, unutterd.......the emoji's do that for us!
I spent much time reading about Churchill; I even stood with the whole street for a minutes silence on his funeral day. But now it's all coming out about him....he was an out and out fascist lover of Mussolini's black shirts....The U.K grateful for his leadership in WW2 gave him no further power after knowing he was an elitist and how many British and colonialists he sent unwarrented to the grave. Winston Churchill asked Smuts – who had meanwhile served two terms as South Africa’s prime minister – why he had not killed Gandhi while he had the chance. Smuts replied, “How could I do this to a man who made sandals for me with his own hands when I imprisoned him.” In later years, remembering Gandhi Smuts wrote: “… I have worn these sandals for so many summers since then, even though I may feel that I am not worthy to stand in the shoes of so great a man.” Ghandi went on to defeat the British Empire with a policy of non violence......Ghandi declared that there would be no peace for the British untill they followed and practised the words of Jesus Christ! When Churchill's son who was embarrasingly aware of how many his father had sent unjustifiably and wrongly to the grave asked him 'How will history see you father?' He replied 'Why they will see me favourably...for I shall write it!'
 
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BARNABY THE DOG.

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I spent much time reading about Churchill; I even stood with the whole street for a minutes silence on his funeral day. But now it's all coming out about him....he was an out and out fascist lover of Mussolini's black shirts....The U.K grateful for his leadership in WW2 gave him no further power after knowing he was an elitist and how many British and colonialists he sent unwarrented to the grave. Winston Churchill asked Smuts – who had meanwhile served two terms as South Africa’s prime minister – why he had not killed Gandhi while he had the chance. Smuts replied, “How could I do this to a man who made sandals for me with his own hands when I imprisoned him.” In later years, remembering Gandhi Smuts wrote: “… I have worn these sandals for so many summers since then, even though I may feel that I am not worthy to stand in the shoes of so great a man.” Ghandi went on to defeat the British Empire with a policy of non violence......Ghandi declared that there would be no peace for the British untill they followed and practised the words of Jesus Christ! When Churchill's son who was embarrasingly aware of how many his father had sent unjustifiably and wrongly to the grave asked him 'How will history see you father?' He replied 'Why they will see me favourably...for I shall write it!'
Very true, Mick. Worse, it’s very true of all politicians. The seamier side of politicians cannot be plumbed to its depth. The problem with them all is that there is no end to it. Churchill was the right man at the right time - “cometh the hour, cometh the man“ as they say. But if we examine the outcomes of what has become true of today, very little, if any of it, has to do with personal politicians. They are more commentators of public opinion - and as the name suggests, “ministers”, servants of the system. It’s what makes them all the more objectionable. Simpering political gargoyles serving some ghastly master of darkness. But Churchill had some very good repartee: Lady Astor, “Winston, if you were my husband, I would give you poison.” Churchill. “Lady Astor! If I were your husband, I should drink it!”. You don’t get that sort of quality of evil today in politics. It’s either ignorance or incompetence and often both. Adding dementia is simply icing on the cake these days. Satan is laughing at us.
 

MickHewitt

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Very true, Mick. Worse, it’s very true of all politicians. The seamier side of politicians cannot be plumbed to its depth. The problem with them all is that there is no end to it. Churchill was the right man at the right time - “cometh the hour, cometh the man“ as they say. But if we examine the outcomes of what has become true of today, very little, if any of it, has to do with personal politicians. They are more commentators of public opinion - and as the name suggests, “ministers”, servants of the system. It’s what makes them all the more objectionable. Simpering political gargoyles serving some ghastly master of darkness. But Churchill had some very good repartee: Lady Astor, “Winston, if you were my husband, I would give you poison.” Churchill. “Lady Astor! If I were your husband, I should drink it!”. You don’t get that sort of quality of evil today in politics. It’s either ignorance or incompetence and often both. Adding dementia is simply icing on the cake these days. Satan is laughing at us.
 

MickHewitt

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Very true, Mick. Worse, it’s very true of all politicians. The seamier side of politicians cannot be plumbed to its depth. The problem with them all is that there is no end to it. Churchill was the right man at the right time - “cometh the hour, cometh the man“ as they say. But if we examine the outcomes of what has become true of today, very little, if any of it, has to do with personal politicians. They are more commentators of public opinion - and as the name suggests, “ministers”, servants of the system. It’s what makes them all the more objectionable. Simpering political gargoyles serving some ghastly master of darkness. But Churchill had some very good repartee: Lady Astor, “Winston, if you were my husband, I would give you poison.” Churchill. “Lady Astor! If I were your husband, I should drink it!”. You don’t get that sort of quality of evil today in politics. It’s either ignorance or incompetence and often both. Adding dementia is simply icing on the cake these days. Satan is laughing at us.
I prefer his reply to MP Bessie Braddock: "Winston you are drunk!" 'I may be drunk, Miss, but in the morning I will be sober and you will still be ugly.'
 

Medi-tator

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