9:02 AM (16 minutes ago)
Just heard UKIP on BBC Today radio 4 supporting fracking.
Oh dear… every time you think a party just might be OK, they blow it. Farage is entertaining,
Anyway… just heard Nigel Farage speech at UKIP conference. Immediately afterwards BBC Radio 5 live Shelagh Fogarty http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b039xf87 goes on and on and on about racism. Everytime I hear such ‘reporting’ I think
how wonderful The People’s Voice will be and how we must make sure it has a good chance of success. Farage is leaps
and bounds above Cameron, Clegg and Milliband as a public speaker/motivator. He sounds like a natural rather than a
robot. However, his stance on fracking and Freeman of the City credentials are dodgy. His anti-war stance on Syria was a
huge positive. Given the choice I’d currently vote UKIP to help change the existing 2-3 party paradigm. UKIP seems to be
an anti-war vote. I’ll vote for that.
9:09 AM (9 minutes ago)
Most charities like Greenpeace, WWF, Cancer Research, Oxfam (and the list goes on) are
Charities can legally give just 1 percent of donations to the designated cause if they want.
Best way to get rid of them is to stop funding/donating to them as they are just playing on
For instance, you want to donate to the homeless. Instead of donating to the various
NPP adds –
Here here on Greenpeace, WWF, Cancer Research etc… all members of the club clinging to the idea that the world is solid.
“Materialist dogma is the death of science.”