Posted on 9:43am Wednesday 11th July 2012
Well first off, thanks to the team at the Western Telegraph for allowing us to have this space to write about what we do.
Posted on 12:33pm Monday 9th July 2012
This is information printed in the UK Telegraph today 09/07/2012 "Nuclear submarines hit by more than 200 fires in the past 25 years" I hope our first minister reads and understands it, before welcoming Nuclear Submarines into Milford Haven Wales.
Posted on 6:36pm Thursday 5th July 2012
Our Government has voted against having a judicial enquiry to determine the way the Banks are conducting their businesses. Barclays have just been caught manipulating interest rates in favour of their own profits. This activity is insider trading, which is criminal under present law. It indirectly caused thousands of businesses to fold and millions of homes lost across the globe. I have just sat watching the live vote in parliament, and the subsequent result. It all pointed to that our government is well and truly in the big Banking/Corporation Pockets. We have the same manipulation on the commodity markets. You and I are being forced to pay coerced inflated high prices due to futures where speculators buy up Food Crops before they actually come out of the ground. Growers do not get a good price for their efforts and we at the end of the chain end up paying the speculators high prices for basic food stuffs. Multinational Corporations are bad news for everyone except for the companies themselves. They buy crops sit on them, causing artificial shortages (same with Oil) then when the price goes sky high they release the commodities at a premium price. There are too many middle men adding their premium onto our food and energy prices.
Posted on 5:12pm Thursday 5th July 2012
This another story copied and pasted from Naturalnews.com Check them out, lots of alternative info. Thank you NaturalNews : ) (NaturalNews) British registered company, GlaxoSmithKline, faces $3 billion in penalties after pleading guilty to the biggest health care fraud case in history. GSK admitted that physicians had been bribed to push potentially dangerous drugs in exchange for Madonna tickets, Hawaiian holidays, cash and lucrative speaking tours. They also admitted distributing misleading information regarding the antidepressant Paxil. The report claimed that it was suitable for children, but failed to acknowledge data from studies proving its ineffectiveness in children and adolescents.
Posted on 5:00pm Thursday 5th July 2012
This article was posted on NaturalNews.com I have copied and pasted it here for everyone like me that is interested in Alternative Supplements/Foods/ Medicine etc to read. Enjoy and check out NaturalNews.com for similar dietary information. : ) NaturalNews Maybe you've seen those commercials where a doctor is working on a construction crew, then it shows the construction worker in the pharmacy looking for the right medicine, telling you not to do your doctor's job because you wouldn't want him doing yours. It's quite a ridiculous analogy really, insinuating that there's a similarity in a doctor running a jack hammer, and you taking care of your own body, like that's someone else's job. No one else can maintain your body or has to live with the consequences of how you do so, but you. Duh.
Posted on 9:43pm Saturday 23rd June 2012
The weather was grey but rain stayed away, it was only the crowds that poured onto the dockside at Milford Marina today. Yes Fish week was well underway. Happy people wandered between the variety of trade stalls, food wagons and great entertainment. It was a carnival atmosphere with children enjoying the excitement of the inflatable’s and various rides. Bands were playing while people leisurely sipped there drinks in scenes like you would find outside a continental bar. Anyone could see that this year’s organisers had once again done a terrific job. The Party spirit was all around there was even a boat with a 3 man band aboard, playing while it scooted between the revellers. These events bring the best out in everyone, a couple of hours to forget your troubles and let your hair down. Let’s all look forward to next year Fish Week extravaganza. Well done everybody, it all went down swimmingly. : )
Posted on 9:54am Monday 18th June 2012
I insure an old camper van that does about 1500 miles a year max, with the NFU, last year it cost £231 with full no claims, this year it is £320 with no claims. I rang another insurance brokers to get a quote, they informed me that I already had a good deal at £320. They also said, because I was paying my insurance on a direct debit, if I cancelled I would still have to pay the full insurance premium of my old insurance policy because it is a credit agreement. if you cancelled your policy you would have to pay the full premium. He also informed me that because my camper was my only vehicle, insurance companies charge you an excess because using a camper van as a main vehicle you are more likely to have an accident. I know £320 is not a lot in relation to what other drivers have to pay, but how they have moved the goal posts over the last few years. Welcome to "Rip off Britain" at every corner you turn.
Posted on 6:01pm Sunday 27th May 2012
Words are potent! Words are powerful symbols of communication. Human history and culture has largely been recorded by way of the spoken and written word, and storytelling has played an integral part of human existence. People make sense of their own lives through the stories of others. From the medieval days of travelling troubadours to the present day columns in celebrity magazines and rhyming lyrics of rappers, stories have served to illuminate our deepest desires, highlighting our hopes and fears, embodying our flares of anger and the flames of our passion.
Posted on 5:56pm Wednesday 9th May 2012
Last Friday, I wrote a blog welcoming the election of 22 year old Jacob Williams to the County Council.