Nature changes #review
Time doesn’t stand still, the leaves are coming on the trees and many are covered in blossom. Nature changes and we have to change with it and adapt. Nature does fail to adapt to extremes, the frost often kills off plants. Nature likes gradual change and so do we, we can adapt to that.
Some people have had to try to adapt to radical change in the past few years and they are the people least able to do so. The old, sick and disabled have been the victim of radical government policies. We are told it’s because the government is in debt that radical cuts to health and welfare have been forced upon the population. It is not true, they now brag about the tax cuts with the sound bite slogan, ‘making work pay’. The Victorian work ethic idea that the devil makes work for idle hands is more to do with religious fervour than wealth creation. We should all vote in the May election and I hope you will do so with some empathy towards people less fortunate.
Political Uncertainty #investments was my post yesterday. Investment in technology and innovation creates wealth, not blind faith and ideology.
By George – its English #thrifty was Thursday’s thrifty post. We have to be thrifty, but not mean. The English have always been a compassionate and generous people. The British family of nations is one that is strong and it is the strong that protect the weak; it’s inbred psychopaths that exploit them.
Manor House St George #photography was my Wednesday photography post with some colourful spring photographs. That was an event to celebrate English heritage. There was no place for nationalists or obsessives…
St Georges Day parade #photography was on the same theme. Thousands turned out to celebrate their Englishness on a chilly morning. I was there to photograph the parade.
Making good decisions #life was on Monday. We all have to make a decision about who to vote for. Will you make it based on the evidence or based on what the press tell you or friends tell you?
Knights in shining armour #English was my Sunday ramble. What is your idea of quintessentially English? Are we English tyrants or do we stand up to tyranny?
I think the British people always come together, whether they be English, Scots or Welsh to defy the odds and stand up to tyrants. From Prince John to Adolf Hitler, the tyrants have fallen. We have no Robin Hood now, so it’s up to you to get rid of this tyrannical government by using your vote. You can still vote for your favourite party in the local elections, if you want, but lets get rid of the Bullingdon Boys.
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25, April 2015 at 10:38 am
The blossom has been fabulous this year. Your picture is lovely.
25, April 2015 at 6:12 pm
I think a lot is only just beginning. I drove down a road where the trees lining it were covered in red blossom this afternoon, but my apple trees are just beginning. I think we have different species blossoming at different times and many spring flowers to come yet.
26, April 2015 at 11:06 pm