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PULP BREXIT ELECTION

Dearly Beloved Sheeple “T’was a dark and stormy night, and the captain said to the mate “T’was a dark and stormy night…” ad infinitum. So now we have a dark wintery date for the UK BREXIT election. Dearest Sheeple, you will be asking me, your bellwether, who to vote for. What will be my advice, […]

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Cummings Shrugged

The main take-away (for me) from reading Dominic Cummings’ blog and other commentators is that he has almost total contempt for politicians (especially Tories like ex-chancellor Philip Hammond), the Civil Service and so-called ‘captains of industry’. Ayn Rand Objectivists call these people ‘moochers’.

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BREXIT dinner Party

Back in December I wrote an article titled Christmas dinner party bemoaning the fact that I had never been to or been invited to a ‘dinner party’. According to newspapers like the Guardian, political pundits like Alastair Campbell and the television media, ‘dinner parties’ are supposed to be where ‘the people’ (discuss? rage?) talk about BREXIT.

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BREXIT-the red or the blue pill?

As the ‘bellwether’ of a small flock of sheeple, I have come to a fork in the road on the issue of leaving the EU. One way points to BREXIT (and its convoluted variants) and the other REMAIN. Forget all the blarney about ‘deals’; make no bones about it, there are only two choices, stay or go (the well ‘ARD way).

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Predictions for Wales 2019. Part One.

At this time of the year, most of the Media look back at past events that have occurred and try to analyse their impact. I could also try to do that but would probably forget or miss something and in any case, I am supposed to be a ‘bellwether’ and predict ‘Future Trends’ – not analyse the ‘past’. Those that do that are called ‘HISTORIANS’.

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