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The State Of The World

Posted in America, Britain, England, European Union, Germany, Human Rights, News, People's Rights, Teen Violence, UK with tags , , , , on 02/08/2018 by floroy1942

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This world is getting worse by the minute, and we see whole countries in turmoil. The people are protesting against the government for their rights. Such is the world today, country after country riot against the government, but they do not care about the people. They pass laws that have nothing to do with the people and they send them to prison for protesting.

All over the world there are demonstrations about the poor people who cannot survive without begging. As the world gets worse this will rise for most people will have nothing to do but beg on the streets. Already we have seen an escalation of people on the streets begging for a handout.

Already there are thousands of refugees in Paris who are living in tents and under bridges, and who is to say that it will not get worse. Across the whole world there are refugees who starve to death because they have no food. Look at Africa, where there are millions of refugees who are starving to death. It is the same across the whole world as the poor people starve to death, and the governments do nothing about it.

It is time the governments do something, but the members of parliament are happy with their lives. They have nice houses and plenty of money, and they do not care about the poor.

All across the world it is the same, as members of parliament go about their daily business without a care in the world about the poor. Many people are starving to death because they have no food and the governments do nothing about it.

We see many demonstrations across the world and it is getting worse. In Brazil, Africa and many other parts of the world we see people who are fed up with the governments and it is going to end up a catastrophe. We are going to find anarchy across the world as these people rise up because they are dissatisfied with the governments, and we will see the governments disappear.

Murders and injuries are common in all countries and this has to stop. We have the police, but they do not do enough as the murders continue, for they cannot track down everyone who has killed someone.

It is time we stop this and bring back hanging for the killers who have murdered someone. But the E.U. has banned hanging for killers, and the prisons are overflowing. Killers are freed after six or seven years and they do not serve a lifetime for killing someone. I hope when the U.K. breaks away from Europe that we will bring back hanging, and that will stop the murders which happen every day.

I wish this could happen all across the world, for there will be far less murders for fear of the death sentence. I do not condone the death sentence, but it will stop murders across the world.

The world is getting in a bad shape, and we have to do something about it.

 Roy

New York – Another Walmart?

Posted in America, Britain, Canada, Equality, Europe, Insanity, Modern World, News, UK, USA with tags , , , , on 29/12/2014 by floroy1942

I have from time to time put up posts about the strange people you find in Walmart supermarkets, but now I find that New York has its fair share also. The following photo’s were taken on the New York Metro System and highlight some of the more strange people among us.

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It just goes to show you that the age old saying “Different strokes for different folks” is still highly relevant today.

A Happy New Year to all!

Roy

 

 

Britain’s White Migration

Posted in Benefits, Britain, Conservative Party, David Cameron, England, Human Rights, Immigration, UK with tags , , , , on 07/05/2013 by floroy1942

From a report out yesterday it would seem that the spectre of immigrant minorities taking over parts of Britain is beginning to become noticeable on a grand scale. According to the Demos think-tank who evaluated data from the last census, whites are moving out of areas where they are in the minority in droves. As you would expect, these are being replaced by more ethnic minorities and immigrants.

East London - I Count Just Four White People - You?

East London – I Count Just Four White People – You?

By comparing the results of the 2001 census, the team found that 4.1 million people of ethnic minority are now living where whites make up less than half the total compared to the 2001 figure of 1 million. In London, more than 620,000 white British citizens have left the capitol in the last 10 years, while the  population of the city rose to 8.2 million over the same period, but only 3.7 million can call themselves ethnic white Britons, down from 4.3 million in 2001.

Where populations were 98% white in 5,000 councils in 2001, now there are just 800 from a total of 8,850 with less than 2% of ethnic minorities. The census data shows that more and more ethnic minorities and immigrants are moving into the traditional heartland of the country that was previously white dominated. The team called it the ‘Ambridge’ effect after the popular TV series called The Archers which is set in a typical English village.

Notice the Huge Jump When Labour Were In?

Notice the Huge Jump When Labour Were In?

There can be little doubt that Britain is entering a crucial phase with immigration, and at least David Cameron is trying to do something about it even if the progress is slow. In my opinion, Tony Blair and his gang of crooks have a lot to answer for, because this problem rests squarely on their shoulders. When they relaxed the immigration procedures and started throwing tax payers money at every immigrant that crossed the coast in a blatant effort to gain votes for the next election, they started a ball rolling that will be difficult to stop.

We have reached a phase in British life where immigrants have more rights than decent white English who were born and bred here. Immigrant criminals get away with absolute murder and radical clerics can make a monkey of the British justice system all in the name of Human Rights. Theresa May is quite right when she says there should be no block to deporting foreign criminals.

A Man Who Is At Least Trying

A Man Who Is At Least Trying

Cameron’s aim is to remove UK government support payments from immigrants after six months, and to stop immigrants from getting on a waiting list for social housing for two to five years. Immigrants entering the country from outside the EU will be forced to demonstrate evidence of medical insurance, and the NHS, which has always been free, will begin to charge for doctor visits. These are but a few of the measures Cameron will introduce in 2014 and that will be soon enough.

Job Losses To Immigrants

Job Losses To Immigrants

The attitude of the majority of British people is tolerance on the question of immigration, provided those coming in to the country integrate into society and work for a living. This is all well and good but many probably do not realize that immigrants are taking away jobs from their hosts at an alarming rate. What people don’t seem to realize is that there are only so many jobs out there, and the more people that come in makes it harder to find work. However, having said that, the majority of home-grown English folks do think that immigration is the biggest problem we face today. The other important issues for Britons were, respect for the law, freedom of speech of others, and an ability to speak English, in which most Muslim immigrants for example, fail miserably.

I too have great respect for those that come to our country, integrate with the British people, speak English and work hard for a living, but the only thing that bothers me is the huge numbers pouring across the borders day by day. It is time the British people realize that as a country we are full. Unless people are trying to escape persecution in their own country, the border must be sealed tight. Enough of one man coming to find work and then bringing his entire family over, including grandparents, uncles, aunts, nephews and nieces, the wife’s family etc. etc.

Public Apathy - A Sign of the Times

Public Apathy – A Sign of the Times

I find it sad that ever since the last Labour government came to power, the country has degenerated into a cesspit of immigrants taking advantage of our generosity and kindness. What saddens me even more is that the British people are so selfish and blind that they cannot see it all happening, and stand uncaring on the sidelines so long as it doesn’t directly effect them. Everything that made Britain great is either dead or very close to dying as a result of the general apathy.

Roy.

Aliens Are Real And Shop At Wal-Mart!

Posted in America, Immigrants, Insanity, Life in the Universe, Modern World, Obesity, Old Age Pensioner, UK, USA with tags , , , on 07/04/2013 by floroy1942

When someone tells me they believe in aliens I used to think they were mad, but after seeing the latest crop of photo’s of Wal-Mart customers I think I have changed my mind.

Mars Maybe?

Venus?
Venus?
Jupiter?
Jupiter?

It's Got To Be Uranus
It’s Got To Be Uranus!

 Neptune
Neptune
Mercury?
Mercury?
Titan
Must Be Titan Orbiting Saturn
Your Guess Is As Good As Mine!
Your Guess Is As Good As Mine!

Saturn?
Saturn?

Why do all the strange people shop at Wal-Mart? Is it something in the air or is that a regular meeting place for aliens living among us?

Roy

Friends Forever?

Posted in Britain, England, Europe, Germany, Modern World, Relationships, Spain, Teens, UK, USA with tags , , on 24/05/2009 by floroy1942

How good a friend is your friend? Is he/she loyal, helpful, trustworthy and kind? Can you tell your friend your darkest secrets and be sure they will keep your confidence? Can you call on your friend for help, counsel or support when times are bad? A lot of questions we perhaps should ask ourselves these days before trusting someone.

Years ago most people had friendships that would last their entire lives. The reasons being, people were far more static than they are now, and attitudes were different.

In the past, opportunities for travel were severely restricted for most, and you spent your entire life surrounded by those who lived in your street or village. This led to a far deeper bond between people.

It was this closeness more than anything that created life-long friendships, because you grew up and worked surrounded by familiar faces. It takes years of knowing one another to produce the bonds necessary for a deep friendship to develop. On top of that, people felt more kinship with each other in a small community, and did not have the attitude of many today — me first!

I know from my own experience as a child in the north of England, if you were moving into a new neighbourhood, before the removals van was even a quarter empty your neighbour would be around with cups of tea for everyone on a tray.

Today you would say they were just being nosey, but that was not true in 99% of cases, they were just being kind, and it was their way of saying welcome to the neighbourhood.

Of course, I will be the first to admit that it was never the same everywhere. People differ from country to country and even from town to town, but it is a good example of what things used to be like.

Now the modern age has brought mobility to the masses. With this increased ease of travel has come the possibility for people to move at will wherever they please. Some move because of work, some just to buy a better house. Either way, this migration has meant that few spend their entire lives in the place they were born.

This movement is not necessarily a bad thing because it gives everyone the chance to improve their standard of living, but in all this there has been one major casualty. You guessed; True friendship!

Ok! Yes, I know you have friends, but would they stick their hand in the fire for you, or at 3 a.m. drive a hundred miles in a storm to tow your car if you broke down? Not likely! They may well search the directory for the telephone number of a local garage, or offer to pick you up at the train station, but that is about as far as it would go.

If you had some dark secret that you just had to share with someone for your own piece of mind, is there anyone you could tell without the whole neighbourhood knowing about it the next day? If you can come up with a name you are indeed blessed. No! I don’t mean your Mother, think again!

An acquaintance of mine has been let down several times by so-called friends. She is the type who would do anything for a friend, and always thought of them before herself. She is a person you or I would want as a soul-mate, always there when you needed help, and a true confidant.

Because she has been let down so many times, I often advised her to take her time, find out what sort of person she was dealing with before making a commitment to real friendship. This has been very difficult for her because she is the type who enters spontaneously into a friendship.

Even when shopping, she always stops and has a friendly chat with the sales person or cashier. It’s just the way she is. She has to my knowledge, never refused help to friends in difficulty, even when it meant her own things must be put aside.

People like her are few and far between these days, and it is sad indeed when they are constantly kicked in the teeth by someone they thought was a good friend.

Recently a ‘close girl-friend’ of several years suddenly stopped calling her, and wanting to find out why she sent her a text message. The reply was an abusive message with the words “stop pestering me,” and no explanation. Naturally she was very upset and called me close to tears, wondering what she had done to deserve this thoughtless reply. This is not the first time. On each occasion I give her the same advice; Put it behind you and let it be a lesson.

Some time ago she had a similar problem with a girlfriend she cares a lot about. Even though this person often used her as the butt of her jokes when out in a crowd, she cared enough to let it go. Several times in the past this friend has upset her deeply by suddenly being uncaring or insulting. But, because she cares, she keeps going back for more.

As someone with a kind heart, and who is happy to be everyone’s friend I know there will be rough times ahead until she has learned to, how shall I say it, “Separate the wheat from the chaff”.

I learned a long time ago that as times have changed, so have people. The majority are extremely self-centred today and always put themselves first. In most cases friendship is a shallow thing, good for a night out, the occasional barbecue or going to a football match, but don’t expect too much. If the old concept of friendship was a five-storey building, then today, the top two floors have been removed.

You may think I am being over-dramatic on this subject, and maybe I am, but I have lived a long time and seen the changes in people over the years. Don’t get me wrong however, I am not condemning today’s society as a bunch of shifty, worthless individuals. Of course there are people out there who do not ‘fit the mould’, but it is sad to see the numbers are dropping with each succeeding generation.

It is world’s apart to have someone to socialise and have fun with, but when the chips are down, it’s a different matter if you need a friend you can share your feelings and problems with, knowing they will be sympathetic and helpful and not gossip about it to all and sundry.

Perhaps, who knows, the idea of a real meaningful friendship will again be popular at sometime in the future. I hope so.


May your friends never let you down – nor you them.


Roy.

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