Wednesday, 27 September 2017


Losing or have already lost democracy?

The recent written “repeal Bill” seems to have too many restrictions the  on rights of British people but too many legislations restrict the Freedom and Democracy.

Although many newspapers and articles seem to have protested but the new repeal bill was voted in at the second time presented in the House of Commons.

It was a surprise that MPs did agree with it and another surprise the DUP voted against it joining the Labour Party. DUP is a coalition with the Tories but seems to vote rather with their conscious.

Having a lot of political turmoil all over the world the full impact of the repeal bill did not fully hit the public, including me, although a lot of warning signs were put out.

When I saw the above picture it hit me. Although, I thought it was a bit stretch too far. Later on, when I thought about it, it occurred to me that all total power grabbing people started quietly.

There is Hitler still spoken mostly about. He was just a soldier in the first WWI; came from an average family with no fortune behind them; Germany had the biggest inflation in history.  He got himself noted with his brown-shirted followers and big lies and walking out every time they should have voted in the Reichstag.

However, the main question remains, where did he get these massive sums of money from to build up a totally crashed economy and overnight? Yes, he started the Autobahn but it needed money which was not there because of inflation.

Some powerful, rich people or organisation must have encouraged Hitler, knowing very well he was mental, damaged by gas from the WWI. One was always named was Ford.

Looking at Hitler and the other dictators, it shows that they were all power-mad people and done anything to get the total control with that fact it does not seem so impossible in the UK. They all had a group around them encouraging that person and fearing to lose their own grip on power at the same time.

Therefore, it seems real that democracy has gone and PM May and the Tories did grab the full power if the bill gets the majority votes the third time. At the moment, Tories have a small majority over Labour. PM May bound to make sure they all vote in favour to keep their grips on the country.

After all, she let the £12bn Welfare cut, on top of all the hardship already existed, go through and it came into power on the 1 April, 2017. The full devastating impact has not shown yet; although 4,000 disabled people starved to death or committed suicide. She cut the winter fuel payment for pensioners although 40,000 died last winter of hyperthermia. They were scared to heat their home properly fearing a bill they cannot pay. 50,000 disabled people’s benefit was stopped for six months although the court stated it is illegal. 60,000 adapted cars for disabled people were taken off the road.

Trussel Trust the biggest food bank organiser was screaming at the Government to stop austerity because they can’t cope much longer, 1 million food parcel in 2016 and rapidly rising.

Starvation, homelessness, EU lowest wages, financially deprived schools, NHS and councils adds to the picture of PM May and her government ruthlessness and tyrannical rules while her friends became the richest in the world since 2010

Looking at all that, it does not seem that impossible anymore for May to be the next dictators. Some newspapers already labelled her a tin god dictator.

Sunday, 24 September 2017


This is one of my favourite recipes and I only can recommend it. It is easy to make following the instruction below and very nourishing:

The Classic Chicken Noodle Soup serves six people.

One 1.5 kg free-range chicken or 1.2 kg already sliced chicken

3 litres (5 pints) chicken stock

2 teaspoons of salt

1 inch ginger, peeled and cut

2 garlic cloves, thinly cut

4 tablespoon fish sauce

10 peppercorns

2 onions, peeled and finely sliced

4 tablespoons crisp-fried shallots (available from Chinese supermarkets)

300 g (10 oz) rice noodles

6 spring onions sliced

3 tablespoons chopped coriander

Put the chicken in the pot and poor chicken stock to cover, add salt, ginger, garlic, fish sauce, peppercorns, onions and shallots.

Bring it to boil, reduce the heat, and simmer for 30 minutes. Remove chicken and put aside for later. If you use sliced chicken simmer only 20 minutes and pour stock into a separate saucepan.

Then continue to simmer for half an hour to reduce the stock by half. Strain and return the stock to the heat. Skim off the fat floating on the top but it is optional.

Break the noodles into 1-in pieces put into a separate dish pour over boiling hot water and leave it for one minute. Drain off the water.

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Sprinkle spring onions and coriander.

Offer lime wedges, thinly sliced red chillies and basil sprigs for serving.

Hope you will enjoy it as much as I do.

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Tuesday, 25 July 2017


and what do you see?

UK is the second largest arms dealer in the world. The largest is the USA. No wonder these two stick together! 

“You are the terrorists.

“You attack other countries on an obscure raft of lies

“You occupy, subjugate, rob and ruin them.

“You bomb civilians with our air force and with guided missiles.

“You sell arms to totalitarians.

“You fund the military of dictators.

“Its way past time that you recognized our own behaviour, stopping abruptly and begged forgiveness, paid for our crimes and declare peace.

“Not a chance of course.

“Instead you’ll make our poor pay for a new generation of nuclear weapons to terrorise other human beings with the threat of sudden mass destruction.

“See the extremist in the mirror.”
A summary of very true words copied from Twitter with some changes. Hopefully the author does not mind but the summoning up so very true, it was worthwhile to spread it.

Every ordinary man and women would agree with it but the politicians who are never at the spot of bombing and destruction. They are safely away, living a life of luxury, playing armchair generals and couldn’t care less how many innocent lives get destroyed as long it is profitable for them. 

PM May has sold arms to
£4,8m Afghanistan
£7,5m Colombia
£0,9m Burma
£1,3m Uzbekistan
£124m Iraq
£4,4m Turkmenistan
£135,000 Syria
£26m Pakistan
£1m Zimbabwe
£155m Israel
£335m China
£266m Russia
£240m Turkey
£1.6m Somalia
£1.2m South Sudan
£4b South Africa

Altogether arms deals were made to 22 out of 30 most repressive regimes
USA are masters of ruin and destruction with a record of 34 countries illegally invaded since the 50s with the UK supporting most of them.

If that isn’t war crime and terrorism, what is? 

The other point, where is the money going to with all these billions of arms deals, austerity, welfare cuts, NHS and schools cuts, homelessness because people can't pay the rent any more and most of them are working people?

The National debts has increased to £1,8trillon despite of all the cuts. sales of weapons, big companies and is the highest for 67 years. What is really going on? What happened to all that money?

Somebody must be siphoning off by the billions of pounds.

The most dedicated Tory could not vote for them and see the country and its people going down. What happened at GE2017? My opinion is that the result was half of it a fiddle somewhere; after all the deprivations imposed for the last six years.

Saturday, 22 July 2017


City of London will disgrace and shame itself by changing its rules purely to tempt a controversial float of Saudi Aramco state-controlled oil business.

It shows and proves to what extent the government and City bow down to oblige the wishes of Saudi Arabia.

Saudi Arabia plans to float 5 percent of Aramco’s shares either in London or New York.

The City, so far, strict rules were refusal “premium listing” unless a 25 per cent of the stock is sold.

Financial Conduct Authorities proposed a “new premium listing category for sovereign controlled companies” which would cancel the previous rule. An authority which also does not speak much of its principals

Watchdog said: “aims to enable companies which may (be) the subject of major privatisation transactions to choose the higher standards of premium listing”.

The FCA denies the intention to smoothen the way for Saudis’ float only but could not name another company.

Saudi Aramco is one of the most secretive companies in the world and a short consultation process will last till October. The float is planned for 2018 and would be worth £77billion plus assuming a few arms’ deals.

Saudi Arabia insists on a “premium listing” only; New York has no restriction. 

The float would be a huge benefit for banks, PR advisers and lawyers and the outcome of the decision does not need guessing.


Thursday, 20 July 2017


Consumer credit will not be that easily available over the next three months. This will add a further burden on households and eventually reduce buying and economy.

Bank’s latest credit conditions survey’s report showed a double-digit growth of personal loans and credit card debt during the past year.

Bank of England Governor Mark Carney wants banks to put aside more funds to support lending in the event of a slowdown during rising inflation.

The survey also points out that banks are expecting to tighten credit scoring criteria during the following quarter.

The survey also showed an increasing demand for loans from small and medium-sized business which had not been the case during the last year.

Larger companies are avoiding further loans.

Is it all a sign of the ship going down despite of all the Government’s cut-backs and promises it is all for the sake of reducing the deficit?

Well one thing for sure the deficit has not reduced; the opposite has happened and shows an increase of horrendous proportion and is now at the highest level for 67 years. The National Debt is £1.8trillion.

However, the Government or PM May will not change course and add another £12bn Welfare cuts on top of already poor -, disabled - and even working people having to rely on food banks.

The state of this country and its people is incredible being the 6th richest in the world being turned back to Victorian time with no social welfare and NHS which is sold out to USA.

Evening Standard @russ_lynch

Sunday, 25 June 2017


Gary Haggart used to be Chief of Ulster Volunteer Force and turned now Supergrass. He pleaded guilty to 200 terror offences and five murders at Belfast Crown Court.

This is to say and prove that the Ulster Volunteer Force done just as many crimes as the IRA. The British press kept reporting the terrible deeds of the IRA and very rarely the UVF’s crimes. Yet, according to other reports the UVF done some of the worst secretarial crimes in the Shankhill area, Belfast. It is a Catholic area while Northern Ireland is Protestant. Nobody was more fanatic and spew more hatred than Ref Ian Paisley. 

Gary Haggart’s crimes were committed over a period of 16 years from 1991 to 2007 and even continued for a further nine years after the Good Friday peace agreement. This also confirms another report about crimes are still committed despite the peace agreement which drastically reduced confrontations but has not stopped it altogether.

Adding to his list, he admitted further five attempted murders, with police amongst his intended victim, 23 counts of conspiracy to murder, directing terrorism. He’s belonging to a proscribed organisation assisting people to attempt murder fellow UVF terror chief and police informer Mark Haddock.

Haggart admitted responsibility for 304 minor offences.

The list of murders is John Harbinson, 39, Sean McParland, 55, builders Garry Convie, 24, Sean McDermott, 37, and Eamon Fox, 44.

Haggart, 45, expects a heavily reduced sentence for having turned Supergrass.

The long-time police informer is in protective custody and will give evidence against fellow terrorists.

Eamon’s son Ciaran Fox broke down outside court. He said: “It’s hard sitting in a courtroom watching a guy admitting to murdering your father.

“Police knew that my father and Gary Convie were both going to be murdered and they sat back and let it happen. That’s hard to swallow. I don’t care about the UVF, they’ll meet their maker some day.

“The police, the people who were in authority to protect and serve. They didn’t protect my family.”

Haggart supposed to have made accusations against 14 fellow loyalists, including murder.

His list covers aiding and abetting murder, kidnap, hijack, false imprisonment, arson, intimidation and conspiracy to riot. Is there still anything he couldn’t have done? It is certainly a very comprehensive list.

It will surprise you, or not, that it is suspected he will go free in September after being three years in custody. Another super law as in England. Won’t be long they get medals and rewards.

Mr Fox guesses that his father’s killer would not go into the witness box. If he did, it would expose too many top people and as we all know that is never done. 

Friday, 16 June 2017


Update 29 Sept., 2017 --
Mr Carney now confirms there will be an interest rate increase as early as November, 2017. Another impact on finance for the families resulting in further homelessness.

Well done Tories. Can you find anything more to drive people into the ground? Sure you can!!! 

Update 20th June, 2017 --
Mark Carney, head of BoE, announced today there will be no increase in interest charges

Bank of England (BoE) have received many calls urging them to increase their interest rates back to 0.5 pc, since the inflation rose higher than expected.

It is expected the Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) will vote for it.

At present it is 0.25 pc.

Data from the Office of National Statistics (ONS) blamed rising prices as a “significant factor” for the slowed down retail sales in May.’

But isn’t it rather a fact of May’s £12bn Welfare cuts started on 1 April, 2017? Such massive cuts, on top of already hard-up people, bound to make them stop spending money on major items.

Signs already show a slow-down on household consumption and gross domestic products, housing market and new car registrations.

What does the Government expect?

The fact is the more you cut people’s money the less they spend which reduces orders to manufactures which reduces jobs.

It is as simple as that, but Cameron, Osborne and May will not accept the inevitable.

The result will be mass-unemployment like under Margaret Thatcher who ended up with five million but she, Cameron and May cover it up with all sort of fiddles to prove to voters a low unemployment figure.