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If There’s Any Sacking To Be Done – Insult To British Workers 04/10/17

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Boris Johnson’s Deputy is in the US.  With any luck, Sir Alan Duncan’s speech will largely have gone over the heads of the State Governors.

However, they know when someone takes a swipe at their voters.  The working-class, (now really a dead phrase to describe decent hardworking people), as Sir Alan Duncan ought to know, are quite often Conservative voters, as Conservatives are aspirational!

Perhaps the only tenet of Donald Trump’s government is to try and give the workers a better life. He is always positive and optimistic about Americans.  When the State Governors hear that Sir Alan thinks our people were ‘stirred up’ by the Brexit Campaign; well, we all were.  Shall we? Shan’t we?  We wanted plain information, but that was in short supply.

Mr Trump and the Senators will think that Sir Alan disrespects his own people, so how will he treat theirs?  What is he doing there, apart from causing a diplomatic incident?  He was at best patronising and at worst contemptuous of the workings of democracy (during the Brexit Referendum) and of the people. He described them as ‘throwing a tantrum’, which I think is tantamount to insulting our whole country.

So, Mrs May, or is it Boris who should respond?  What more damage can your Deputy inflict?  Bring him back home quickly and give him a job that shows him how to respect workers.  After all, they make our economy strong and bring us peace and prosperity.

LucyLou

PS I hope that no-one uses this to hurt Boris, as he gave a rousing speech to the Conservative Conference and kept delegates in a ripple of laughter, mostly at his wonderful use of the English language.  Mrs May is very clever to keep him as a support to the Conservative delegates.  Apparently they have been nodding a little at previous speeches.

LucyLou

 

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North Korea’s Dictator Kim Jon I Threatens Britain

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Look at this threat to our national security from Kim Jon I’s,(President of North Korea since 2011) point of view.

He made a threat against the Pacific island of Guam, where America has military bases, but America called his bluff.

Then someone had a much better idea.  Kim Jon I could send a nuclear warhead, fitted to an intercontinental ballistic missile, to Britain and hit two birds with one stone.  He would obliterate Britain and annihilate several American airforce bases at the same time.  No-one would ever be able to prove that his target was not really the UK.  It just happened to be conveniently placed for least damage to America or North Korea.

To provide a smokescreen, North Korea also threatened Australia.  Bombing them would be pointless as they are known for friendliness rather than as combatants, although they did very well by us in both World Wars.

Of course the drills are provocative!  What would anyone think if military exercises were conducted every year near their borders?  Those who insist they are not provocative, are treading water.

We need to make an end here to protect our own island.  Actually, if I were President Macron, I might make a call to Mrs May to mention that the French were not keen to have a resulting gaseous cloud blow over ‘la belle France’.  Likewise, the Netherlands,Belgium, Germany, Denmark and Scandinavia.

We must acknowledge, even if only to ourselves, that there is no chance of America coming to our rescue.  Donald Trump is more likely to push the red button just to see what would happen to North Korea. The few American servicemen over here would have to be expendable for the greater good.  Alternatively, they could go home.

Maybe the Japanese could get involved in diplomacy between America and North Korea?  They know best of how to deal with the after-effects of a nuclear bomb, although it may be unmentionable.  Interestingly I have just read in ‘The Daily Telegraph online’ that Mrs May is due to visit Japan next week.  Please have our finest diplomats go with her, although her hands-off style may chime with the Japanese’ exquisite politeness.

Firstly, relieve the few British servicemen who are taking part, even as onlookers, in the so-called Ulchi Freedom Guardian Drills. Also, please relieve every other nation which neither has borders nor is geographically close to North Korea. We can direct our Ambassadors to South Korea to use diplomatic means to demonstrate our objection to being pawns.

There is no loss of face to stand our forces down; it is a brave leader’s action. Mrs May has guts.

Unfortunately, Mr Trump along with an extraordinary number of his countrymen, believes that America rules the world. The US bases here are on so-called US soil.  Better change that law quickly and silently; it is 70 years out-of-date.

As a first-world country, we must have a say in what happens to us.

Mr Trump is more  likely to use a hammer to crack a nut, by twittering:

“ Oh dear,  stiff upper lip, Reginald. You give us something,we give you something. We will look after you.

Our response: would old air-raid shelters do as protection against the end of the world?

If Mr Trump objects to having his will thwarted, there must be an ancient law to throw recalcitrant visitors into the Tower of London. There is plenty of space.

Let’s hope we’re still here next week. Unfortunately this is not a joke; the threat is real.

LucyLou

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How to scare the British

Congratulations to Emmanuel Macron who has secured the job as President of France.  He seemed right at home, talking to war veterans after laying a wreath with former President Francois Hollande.

Apparently a part of French voters wanted to make sure that Marie Le Pen did not succeed. I see a correlation with current British politics here.  Jeremy Corbyn is an untested leader, who has come out with such determined opinions that he is scaring the populace.  I did feel sorry for him, though, when a Veterans’ charity told him not to come calling to Labour voters because they did not like his vented opinions on Northern Ireland, namely the IRA.  This must be why politicians dislike putting their cards on the table, but in his case, it is better that we know now than have it inflicted if in power.

Can you see him talking to Donald Trump?  He is unlikely to get along with the capitalist and Britain’s special relationship will be pitched out of the window.  That includes the future of the US airbases in Britain for strategic purposes.  This election has ramifications in every direction.  Maybe it has always been like this and I haven’t noticed before.  What do you think?

Have a great week

LucyLou

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