Sunday, 26 June 2016

Let's work together

It's all over and now we need to sweep up the discarded betting slips put the banners in the bin and start building our future as one and togetherness. I personally voted in but now the votes have been counted and we are out let's build the unknown into a great and stable future. Spend our time getting this exit right and pulling together.
Well I wrote the previous words the day after the referendum and now the show has gone from exit it back stabbing. I have loved today because Gove has shown his true colours as a devious snake in the grass and stabbed Boris to death but he is the least electable of any of the Tory MP's  I recon the Number Ten cat Larry has a better chance of election. I am backing Teresa May for the post of PM but gi.ven that I didn't see the Brexit coming what do I know??

Larry the cat for PM
Gove is a back stabbing fancy pants dressed up to kill

Tuesday, 14 June 2016

Referendum Recession would be a DIY Recession

I loved the quote 'DIY Recession' mainly because I used to work for Sterling Roncraft who's advertising strap line is 'it does exactly what says on the tin' if we as a nation pull out of Europe we will create a DIY Recession and it will be exactly that a recession we have bought upon ourselves. We have only just come out of one recession which lasted six/seven years and we want to create another period of uncertainty which could last even longer. And that isn't a question it is a fact! Boris and co will have you believe all in the garden is Rosie but just Google house prices and see what the pre referendum nerves are doing to them. Have a look at the footsie and it is up and down then down again. The market is nervous ad normally in times of uncertainty people keep their cash under the bed. Even gold I'd down, I haven't checked today (I have now it is steady)
I have already placed my vote by post and I have voted remain because of that old adage 'better the devil you know than the devil you don't ´ there is one I could use if we came out and that would be out of the frying pan and into the fire. If we go into the fire we have no idea of how hot it will be nor of how long we will be in it!

Saturday, 11 June 2016

Three hundred and fifty million lies Boris Johnson

Yep that's a lot of lies and he still won't admit to being wrong. You expect it from Farrage he couldn't recognise the truth if it smacked his German wife in the face. But Johnson I thought he would lie but then to defend his lies I am not sure he cod ever be trusted so in or out I will do all I can to see he never gets into number ten.
Him and Gove are both manoeuvring for the PM' s job and they are both lying conniving snakes in the grass. Still what do you expect from politicians truth?

Thursday, 9 June 2016

I have cast my vote already

Yep my postal vote for the EUROPEAN REFERENDUM has been safely posted and should be with other postal votes as I type. I can imagine all of those envelopes huddling together  awaiting their one moment of glory. This referendum is to important not to vote. I am pleased after the website crashed they the power's to be got their fingers out and sorted the extension, it proves they can move when they need to. Normally it would take months to change a law but a matter of hours when the website breaks.
I could say to those thousands, no hundreds of thousands why did you leave the most important vote in a generation till the last seconds and minutes to do anything about it? I don't want to know! I hope you now have decided to register that you actually vote. I voted to stay in the EU because I wanted to enable Nigel Farrage to keep drawing his thousands of euro's in expenses that he pays his German wife. Surely he can see the irony  in everything he does?
I was watching Question Time on telly a few minutes ago and was amazed how straight faced he can be when he is lying. I would be embarrassed to come out with some of the lies about contributions to the European Union that he does. I worked some figures out being quoted by Brexit in my head as they quoted them the other day and they were wrong but no one questioned them. If I could do the calculation in my head and see it didn't add up what chance has the Health service got of getting any of the money they are saying they will invest. NONE
Still I used to know who quoted this but I forget him for a moment I will Google it when I finish here. All I will say is A lie can be halfway round the world before a truth has got its socks on.

Good night folks Mark Twain quoted that but said boots not socks according to Google

Sunday, 5 June 2016

Funniest thing I have seen allday dogs getting mugged

Who Should you Believe over EU Referendum

Well now I have made my mind up I will find things to support my decision here is an article from the Guardian website:-

The International Monetary Fund says Brexit would either be pretty bad or very bad. The Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development warns that there would be dire consequences not just for Britain but for the rest of the world. The Bank of England says output would go down and inflation would go up. As far as George Osborne and David Cameron are concerned, the evidence could not be clearer. A vote to leave in the referendum would be a self-inflicted wound. They think they have won the economic argument, which is why the Brexiters are now focusing on immigration.
The remain camp’s strategy could yet pay off, but its case is not nearly as watertight as Cameron and co think. For a start, it is worth mentioning that the forecasting record of the IMF, the OECD and the Bank of England is rotten. Not one of these three august bodies was capable of predicting the 2008 crash – the biggest economic crisis in living memory – even when it was staring them in the face.

I haven't  copied the whole article but with so many august bodies forecasting imminent doom I don't wish to be responsible for  another recession or a worldwide collapse in trade. Now I do accept that the doomsday predictions could be over egged and nothing like that will happen, but there is always a but it wont be an easy ride if we do go ahead with a Brexit. Everyone is predicting a new trading treaty with Europe but we are already trading with the biggest single trade partnership in the world which is  the European Union. If they have to renegotiate I can assure you it will not be in our favour the EU will impose a tariff  widely expected to be ten per cent on all we export into the EU. Europeans given the choice of buying British will not want to pay that premium and trade will dip, by how much is anyone's guess but I am not guessing when I say it will go down. I read further on in the Guardian article that our trade with counties outside of the European Union will increase.
Well that leads me to wonder how that increase will come about. We wont suddenly become a less expensive county to trade with so how do the propose the increase will come about? The countries outside of the EU will suddenly feel the need for more Made in Britain goods? why would they want more tomorrow than they have needed in previous years? I don't know and I don't know anyone who can give me an answer. As a nation we already export all around the globe and with one or two exceptions into every country. So unless we have magically invented some new places to export to like Mars and other far flung planets we pretty well have exporting tied up. I feel I have to many question marks about the how? the when? and the where? of how a Brexit will benefit Great Britain and the United Kingdom? And because of those question marks I am going to vote that we REMAIN IN THE EUROPEAN UNION

Saturday, 4 June 2016

EU Referendum I am voting stay

There is an old adage that says "better the devil you know than the devil you don't" I can see both sides but I can also see that the likes of Gove and Johnson are lining up to become Prime Minister in the very near future. Boris is a buffoon and when I type the word into Google it describes thus :- buffoon A jackass and world class fool
Now that is not the type of person who I wish to take advice from, I am not saying he is not a likeable Buffoon but a Jackass all the same and if he becomes Prime Minister he will then have the world stage to show his capabilities as a world class fool, Heaven Forbid.
How I see Boris Johnson

I  can go on denigrating Boris but my mum always told me if you can't say anything nice dont say anything at all
So because I cannot say anything nice about Boris and his unbridled obsession with gaining the Conservative leadership and his allowing the afore mentioned to cloud his judgement of what is best for Britain I best shut up about Buffoon Boris and find something nice to say about that chap Gove

I am not sure I am qualified in this department Michael Gove has never endeared himself to me! I am not a fan of him nor do I like what he has done in the past, as Secretary of State for Education. He was in my opinion useless and as my my Mum said if you can't say anything nice dont say anything at all
so I will shut up. But before I do I must just say that for a chap who yesterday rounded his dislike for the ESTABLISHMENT heavily to all and sundry, he himself is very much part of that establishment. He must feel a right charlie when he see's pictures of himself dressed up as The Lord Chancellor 
 Now you cant get much more Establishment than Lord Chancellor but Michael Andrew Gove sounded like a petulant child slagging off the State yesterday maybe he has realised that whilst he has been playing with the clothes in the dressing up box others had realised he not only looks a burk he has achieved nothing and is aligning himself as another Buffoon. See above for description of Buffoon. Once  again I am governed by the words of my mother and she departed this earth fifty years ago  all bar a few days. But for a man who sat and read from a text or auto-cue on a Brexit broadcast just this last week telling me I would be  SIXTY POUNDS yes SIXTY POUNDS a year better off if we leave the European Union. He did it with a straight face he never smurked, he thinks I can be bought for the some of ONE POUND A WEEK (be fair it is one pound and tuppence actually)
A man who when I tried to find his net worth turned up this snippet of nice description Gove was criticised by the National Association of Head Teachers, whose members condemned the climate of bullying, fear and intimidation they claimed he had created during his time as Education Secretary.

I could go on but as I have already said MY MUM SAID if you can't say anything nice dont say anything at all
I almost forgot to mention Priti Patel I saw her on TV last night and she ohhhh HMMMM  I cannot say anything else BECAUSE MY MUM SAID if you can't say anything nice dont say anything at all,