Monthly Archives: April 2013

Vive la meme chose!

How ironic that I chose to end my last post – all about hatred, intolerance and distrust of people ‘not like ourselves’ – with the French phrase: Vive la difference! Because what happened the very next day in the land … Continue reading

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Who is the Enemy Within?

I suppose you can’t blame Boston residents taking to the streets to celebrate the capture of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev (the sense of relief that the culprits weren’t white supremacists/anti-govt patriots after all was palpable) what is less than edifying however are … Continue reading

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Back to the Eighties!

I was just saying the other day – before THAT story gripped the nation – how apathetic people had become. Gone were the days of public protest, demonstration, standing toe to toe on picket lines, nailing political colours to the … Continue reading

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Margaret Thatcher is dead.

Regarding the main news story of the moment – I can’t put it any more eloquently than my friends at Lone Head Records have already done.

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A Grand Day Out or National Shame?

What is it about this time of year when our thoughts on one hand are turning to green shoots, rebirth and celebration of life in general but on the other hand there is the inevitable bit of wanton cruelty and … Continue reading

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