The French prime minister is paying gypsies to leave one part of the EU to go to another part. Since the Lisbon Treaty was signed and ratified, all sovereign states in Europe became one. Therefore it is a bit like me saying to you, we don’t want you in this part of the country, we
Changing public opinion on unions, by infiltrating and controlling the unions themselves. This was a response to British Airways staff going on strike over working hours. Over recent years, there have been several high-profile unions losing public support which is not surprising when heads of unions are going out for meals paid by government officials.
Exposing the puppet show on BBC, ITV and Sky when the three leaders of the main parties stand up on stage and talk their socks off for the public ear. None of the audience could take part and nobody answered any questions. 1984-style democracy in action. I wasn’t surprised by this stage-managed propaganda – the
A revived and confident new Russia is advancing into the North Pole exploring for oil and gas, even building floating nuclear power stations and putting a Russian flag on the seabed. Ironic, it’s an old British Empire trick. It’s becomes yours if you plant a flag on it.
Government abuse of the justice system – now you can be arrested without evidence and be tried without a jury, the first time in 400 years since the last court case in Britain without a jury. 2010 became a milestone in British law gone backwards. Since I drew this picture, there have been another five
Exploring the controversy surrounding the introduction of x-ray machine at airports. Apparently in response to several attempted terrorist attacks on airplanes, governments around the world rushed through legislation allowing x-ray machine security at many airports regardless of health fears. Not only did this increase public anxiety and anger but also the stocks of companies manufacturing
Exposing how government sells off the profit-making sections of the Post Office to private companies while leaving the unprofitable and time-consuming parts – which normal citizens rely on everyday – within the public sector. Another blatant example of corporate welfare courtesy of corrupt politicians working more for business interests than in the public good. Their
Nower Bot: This drawing shows how Noah would build his boat today if we had a great flood. I feel that there will be city planners still building new houses in flood plains when Noah builds his Ark from flatpack IKEA pack number No1779666. However Macdonalds, Tesco and Starbucks has realised the opportunity of the
Bonds is a important way to get the United Kingdom out of this current recession. The main problems with a recession is that it takes the wealth out of the public companies in the country it Is hitting. This is when foreign investment which is not stable and reliable comes in, buying up all our
Living Hoiss this deals with the explosion of British house prices and the attitude towards buildings where humans need to live. Homes for living in and not for a quick profit, which has been the trend in England for the last few decades. This is not a reflection on the public but rather on the