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As we approached the King’s Gate Conference Centre, BBC R4 were airing Lord Andrew Adonis yet again. Tired, same old same old, pretense to democracy yet not.
We were an hour early and plenty of cars were already parking. The atmosphere was so friendly. I sensed you could say ‘Brexit’ and even ‘Trump’ without triggering name calling and victim mode from those willing to be upset at the drop of a politically incorrect suggestion. The queue was already gathering. Wealthy to low income attendees, young twenty-somethings to older with walking sticks, but everyone happy to be next to each other.
Fresh. Clear. Positive. Optimistic. Friendly crowd of traditional political left and right.
The BBC are loathed!
Chairman Richard Tice comperes and introduces Brexit Party MEP candidates to the stage. They speak for 5-10 mins and the next is invited to the stage.
Surely, party politics is nearing an end. We are entering a time of independents? I am very wary when ever I see ‘Change’ slogans and The Brexit Party are a party and a slogan:
‘Change Politics For Good.’ ?
Yeah, sure! I was in Kuala Lumpur and delighted when Tony Bliar was elected to power 1997. How I was fooled.
But, I liked it last night at Peterborough. The atmosphere was of a fresh energy. Whether you engage or not, we have a representational model of politics. You have a choice to engage or not. The model is hardly perfect, but what to do? Dream on for ever and a day about a utopian ideal?
The candidates were…….
Paul Hearn, older businessman who had voted Remain.
June Mummery of East Anglian Fisheries
Tim Martin JD Wetherspoons CEO, not a candidate, but present to give celebrity voice and support… he mentioned, “… the €U has 5 unelected presidents… more spin than Shane Warne… get rid of the people in parliament.”
Michael Heaver, twenty-something: “Can you feel it?”. Yes, indeed, we could.
Perhaps, other than the main attraction himself, the star of the show, Anne Widdecombe, referred to, “…. patronising nincompoops in Westminster.”
Anne Widdecombe was having a blast! She looked slim, energised and it was pantomime. It was fun! She said if we don’t leave the €U, then the MP’s will leave Westminster. The Brexit Party are here to run for parliament. The last 3 years are not in vain. The obfuscation by Westminster has galvanised energy, resolution, determination and stuff is going to happen.
Shaun Leaver, businessman and 30 year Conservative campaigner.
Edmund Fordham, an academic, physics I believe and a traditional Tony Bennite Labour man. I suspect this was his first ever public speaking experience, like this at least. He sat comfortably on stage with Anne Widdecombe.
…. and last, but by no means least, Nigel Farage,”It’s not about left or right, it’s about right or wrong.”
Poignant for me, Farage told how the €U leaders are condemning President Tayyip Erdoğan (air-dough-an) and Turkey for running local elections again because they question the result. How ironic! Ring any Brexit bells?
This man is set to be PM. Who else? I do not think he even wants it. I suspect Farage would be very happy fishing, socialising with friends and family and spending his time leisurely. He feels he has no choice. Who else has the experience of the political €U as this man? He can negotiate our exit, cleanly, clearly and successfully.
I already hear my chums at the https://www.ukcolumn.org/ going, hmmmmmm…. they have talked of a new centrist party for some time now. They have suspected Tony Bliar fronting a new party. No, it is Nigel Farage. Will he succeed? Will he disappoint? All I know is there is no intention to leave the €U by the Westminster establishment and Farage is a chance, just as Trump was a chance and certainly a better option than Clinton.
On the way home Liverpool incredibly beat Barcelona 4-0. I’m a Gooner, yet still enjoyed the drama. Also, the BBC R4 ran a dour piece on UKIP compared to The Brexit Party and reported how Jess Phillips has been reduced to tears in the street by UKIP MEP candidate Carl Benjamin aka Sargon of Akkad’s 3 year old Tweet joke about NOT raping her….. zzzzzzz.
Context people, context. The same old same being offended by thought and words and constant virtue signalling is not going to realise a thriving Brexit UK. You continue to choose being a victim Jess. I intend to vote for The Brexit Party. What else? Who else? Sure, the English Democrats may secure a legal ruling ob Brexit, but the reality on the ground demands real world action. Move aside May, Corbyn, Cable and Caroline Green Mucus Lucus. Farage is back.
I have offered myself to them to be The Brexit Party artist. I suspect it unlikely. My sketches here are dodgy, but perhaps give a sense of being.
My track record on views about Palestine, Israel, Syria, Libya, health, GcMAF, vaccines, Melanie Shaw and child violation and any number of other subjects would probably be unsuitable, but I have offered.
As we drove along the East Anglian roads, the countryside was green, lush, wonderful and peaceful. Let’s get our own house in order, not be caught up in globalist ideals of world order.
Nigel Farage: Towards the Next General Election
Brexit Party press conference 07.05.2019
I am offering hand-made greeting cards in the spirit of Brexit; whereby Brexit UK can thrive.
In a nutshell, I am offering a one-off, hand-made greeting card with envelope for £8.50.
This method of production could be applicable for 1, 10, 20, 30, 40+ cards e.g. each one individually produced, featuring an age, a name, a date, an anniversary, an occasion, a reason…. the more the order, the less the price.
Contact e-mail: ned(at)nedpamphilon(dot)uk
It’s typed like that to avoid spam algorithms.
The Back Story
The UK government, supported by the taxpayer funded £3.74 billion BBC, are failing to implement Brexit. What to do? Nigel Farage has initiated The Brexit Party, but what can I do?
Britain is not broken. The BBC and Westminster are broken. Hold fast, be positive and as far as I am concerned it seems we have legally left; but the BBC and Westminster are telling everyone otherwise.
I had sent out cards and letters to local MP’s and media. BBC Suffolk radio contacted me. I spoke to Mark Murphy BBC Radio Suffolk Friday 29 March 9.30am. He seemed to get a tad upset because I accused the BBC of bias… the BBC is agenda driven and bias toward the €U political club. Full stop, end of story. The BBC links will no longer work, but the interview was here:
2 hours 25 mins in…. https://www.bbc.co.uk/sounds/play/p0722mdn
Some one uploaded the interview to Bitchute: https://www.bitchute.com/video/a8ThOqDkjjSg/
On the night, Andrew Sinclair of BBC Look East attended with a cameraman in tow. The following Saturday morning I was having my coffee and suddenly a familiar voice came out of the radio. Mine!
“If Donald Trump were UK Prime Minister, Brexit would have been done and dusted within months. Never the less, the Brexit genie is out of the bottle….”
BBC R4 Today presstitute Nick ‘Dick Dobbyson’ Robinson painted a pessimistic view and because Theresa May had postponed Brexit again, he suggested we were forced to hold a wake… well, as Mandy Rice-Davies might have said, he would say that, wouldn’t he! For the record BBC Look East Andrew Sinclair was charming and up-beat. We had a party! The attendance was I think only 23, but those who came enjoyed it very much.
For the record, BBC R4 Today 50 mins in…. https://www.bbc.co.uk/sounds/play/m0003sm8
Shortly after 29 March I had a phone call with a local East Anglian businessman. Though very successful, he expressed how totally fed up he is with the government not implementing Brexit and how he was at a loss as to what to do. It gave me food for thought. So, what to do? This particular businessman talks about seeing and taking opportunities in life.
The conversation inspired me to seek opportunity. There appears to be a community of Brexit voters not getting a fair hearing on the BBC or being properly represented by Westminster. I have produced hand-made greeting cards for decades; just for fun; for my own convenience; because I can. It saved me finding, choosing, buying greeting cards for birthdays; Xmas, for any occasion. It became a habit. Now is the time to make business from my cards; whether a one-off or a mass produced design.
A new entrepreneurial Brexit inspired business venture is doing something. If you deem Brexit as something terrible associated with isolationism, xenophobia, racism, sexism, neo-this, neo-that; if like the BBC your knickers become twisted with every Trump Tweet; if you are a committed Remainer, it is your prerogative to dismiss this venture. I will not take offence. For those who sympathise, my new venture is in the spirit of a can do, optimistic approach, whereby Brexit UK can thrive.
As of now, I am exploring the possibilities of a business for hand-made, personalised cards and mass-produced cards by a self-declared Brexit artist, accessing the pro-Brexit, even pro-Trump market. Where Obama and Clinton invaded Libya and murdered the head of state without trial or jury, at least Trump attempts peaceful relations e.g. Korea. I know, I hardly view any leader as perfect and Palestine is a huge issue… but, right now, Brexit is my priority.
Can I use cards to generate new business inspired by Brexit or am I whistling in the wind? I suspect there are millions of people up and down the country left dissatisfied. Greeting cards might be a catalyst to communicate, acknowledge and support the Brexit community.
Anyway, nothing ventured, nothing gained. Can art help Brexit? Goodness knows, but it’s doing something rather than nothing. I once asked a much missed friend about the importance of art…
“Tell those who doubt the value of the Waveney Springs Art Collective, that I don’t know why art is necessary – only that it is.
All who in the 1940’s braved bombs to see one painting in the National Gallery knew it too.” Brian Sewell Art Critic, Sunday 04 April 2010
I decided upon £8.50 because it’s not worth doing a one-off card for £5 and £10 is probably too much and…. I’m giving it a go. We’ll see what happens.
If you feel the inclination to help push my cards to the like-mined, please do. Brexit must be realised. With clear leadership, Brexit UK can thrive.
If you meet or hear of anyone who needs a card for birthday, any day, any reason…. have me in mind.
I am offering a one-off, hand-made greeting card with envelope for £8.50. This method of production could be applicable for 1, 10, 20, 30, 40+ cards e.g. each one individually produced, featuring an age, a name, a date, an anniversary, an occasion, a reason…. the more the order, the less the price.
I can provide for a company wishing to acknowledge a meeting, a deal, a reason that might involve 10, 20, 30, 40+ individuals. The unit cost can be reduced to e.g. 20 cards for £60 depending on wording and time.
The front message wording of a hand-made card must be simple.
A more complicated artwork can be created for a mass production run.
With each and every card, know the artist, the producer, is an advocate of Brexit. We now have UKIP and The Brexit Party who, at this stage seem to lead the polls. Either way, I want a clean Brexit.
Yep, a politically minded greeting card producer. I trust I might attract like-minded clients. In West Suffolk, all 7 districts voted Leave, yet MP’s fear monger about falling over cliff edges. I aim to make business symbolising what Brexit can be rather than the anti-Brexit doom and gloom.
Much of my art activity has involved Turkey for over 20 years, hence: www.istanbul1881.com
Indeed, an alleged isolationist Brexiteer has a foreign, Muslim, Turkish business partner….
As Ian says, when asked about 5G, Health Minister and my MP Matt Hancock answers as if reading a script from Yes Minister! He is a classic example of a mouth piece offering up statements without commitment; indeed, it is his specialty.
“A considerable amount of research has been carried out on radio waves and we anticipate no negative effects on public health. ”
Matt Penis Head Handycock 16 October 2018
The Department has had a number of open consultations, and calls for evidence over the past year, for the Future Telecoms Infrastructure Review, as well as relating to the 5G Programme. Across these, and with departmental correspondence, we have received 34 representations on the potential health risks of 5G technology.
A considerable amount of research has been carried out on radio waves and we anticipate no negative effects on public health. As 5G continues to develop, the Government is committed to working with Public Health England’s Centre for Radiation, Chemical and Environmental Hazards (CRCE) in order to monitor available evidence and will take action if necessary.
5G is the latest evolution of mobile communications technologies and currently in its development stages. 5G is likely to be deployed as part of a patchwork of technologies, including those already in use, such as advanced LTE (4G), Wi-Fi, as well as 5G new radio – forming a ‘network of networks’ of a heterogeneous nature.
A considerable amount of research has been carried out on radio waves and we anticipate no negative effects on public health.
The Government expects that existing UK technical standards will be adhered to throughout the development and deployment of 5G products and networks. These standards draw on the International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection, which takes into account the well-researched effects of radio waves.
As 5G continues to develop, the Government is committed to working with Public Health England’s Centre for Radiation, Chemical and Environmental Hazards (CRCE) in order to monitor available evidence and will take action if necessary.
EE Selects 16 UK Cities for 5G Launch: Deployment “Far from Straightforward”
3.1 Mast height at tree level as a limiting factor on reach and reliability
New ways for local planning authorities to work with mobile network operators offers huge future opportunities for local communities to benefit from a leap forward in rural coverage. In the past the priority for planning authorities has been to reduce mobile mast heights so that masts are visually screened by buildings and/or trees – with trees being the highest and more likely obstruction. However this also screens the RF signals and has defeated the objective of reliable coverage as illustrated in figure 3. The curves plotted in the diagram show how increasing the tree height above the line of sight from the base station and further into what is known as the “Fresnel zone” of the propagation channel will cause substantial diffraction or shadowing loss. To avoid this shadowing loss and be outside of the Fresnel zone, it is necessary for the tree height to be at least 3m less than the base station height.
5G electro-magnetic frequency a potential risk to cattle livestock
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