February 22nd, 2018
Last updated on February 24th, 2018 at 01:28 pm
Leaver’s and Remainer’s are united in the view that our exit from the European Union has been diabolically embarrassing and put our nations future prosperity in danger.
I see Britain as the drunk old guy in the golf club bar shouting his mouth off and insulting everyone as he threatens to join a golf club six hours drive away.
Then his wife returns the next day pleading for him to be allowed to play on the golf course again that was situated only next door.
Real comedy gold for the other members in the clubhouse.
Britain has been drunk on power and now the hangover is coming. Read the rest of this entry »
January 25th, 2018
Last updated on January 30th, 2018 at 09:55 am
The US has recently introduced tariffs on imported PV solar panels. A clear sign that their administration is cashing-in on the global demand for PV in the guise of protectionism.
Freedom in a PV solar-powered world.
It‚Äôs now imperative for you to install PV today before our politicians get similar ideas.
Such an implementation here would be political stupidity; as we need all the friends, we can get in a post-Brexit world.
Today, in this fledgeling era of EV and PV technologies, every visit to a petrol station is a continued reminder of the futility of splashing the cash. Read the rest of this entry »
December 21st, 2017
Last updated on February 23rd, 2018 at 10:12 am
To be honest, I’m sick and tired of our society demonising men.
All lies lead to Hitler.
Yes, there are wrong’uns, but equally, there are nasty women too.
This article is what the American’s call ‘intervention’.
Men have sacrificed themselves in their billions throughout history to protect women and children from dangerous men with swords on horses. Even more so recently in the great wars of only 70 years ago.
The irony of Feminism is that it will and is leading to a more Islamic society. The freedoms that women enjoy today (and the LGBT community) will be swept away forever. Read the rest of this entry »
December 12th, 2017
Last updated on January 1st, 2018 at 12:18 pm
As Britain is about to find out post-Brexit, you only see true friendships once you’re down and out.
Feel the pride that comes with nurturing and encouraging greatness in its earliest years.
We allowed a few to manipulate the many into believing alternative technologies we’re useless, when in fact they’ll be our eventual salvation.
History will show that installing PV (photovoltaic) and adopting EV’s (electric vehicle) may be a more astute move pre-Brexit than post Brexit.
Global sales of 7 million PV systems installed last year, alongside every car manufacturer rushing to release an EV model, is proof perfect that people see ‘traditional’ energy as peaked two decades ago. Read the rest of this entry »
October 26th, 2017
Last updated on January 1st, 2018 at 12:19 pm
Britains’ Leaver’s and Remainer’s have a common enemy. The British Energy Industry.
Dear British Energy Industry.
Escape the battery farm with PV and EV’s technologies.
Going right back to the Norman logging barons of olde, you took control of the woodlands and prevented hard-working families at that time from gathering their Winter fuel without huge payments.
Today, a thousand years later, the British Energy Industry is still mostly foreign-owned and so reliant on Europe. This fact would be comical if it weren’t so scary as we approach the Brexit landscape. Read the rest of this entry »
October 16th, 2017
Last updated on January 1st, 2018 at 12:20 pm
The greatest gift bestowed to someone is your time.
London was destined to be the first hydrogen bomb testing ground.
Time is fluid, often gifted and taken away at Her Majesty‚Äôs pleasure.
It’s not celebrities, politicians or rock stars that influence the future; it’s humble men like my late grandfather, Donald Lovatt (aged 96) who willingly joined the para‚Äôs age 17 to join the fight against totalitarianism in WW2.
Millions of ordinary people came together to change a very bleak looking timeline at that time. Read the rest of this entry »
August 31st, 2017
Last updated on December 28th, 2017 at 10:57 pm
‚ÄúThe mind is like a parachute; it works best when open‚ÄĚ. Jim Marrs – Last of the investigative journalists.
Bombs away Mrs May. The irony of a trade deal to destroy British independence.
Now‚Äôs the time to personally vote for PV solar panels and real energy independence.
Britain will soon feel the might of an army of US corporations looking to destroy and then rebuild our prison, health, energy, food, utility, education and pharmaceutical regulations for their benefit – not ours.
Sadly, Britain has been divided and conquered, and the spoils of that conquest will be reaped through the US-led trade deals soon coming to our shores. Read the rest of this entry »
August 9th, 2017
Last updated on January 1st, 2018 at 12:21 pm
Money has no value without the bloodshed of men.
Chinese pioneering solar farm throwing down the gauntlet to the rest of the world.
‚ÄúOn the day that British Gas yet again decided to raise its electricity prices by 12.5%, and Brexit prepping becomes the norm, it shouldn’t be a difficult decision to adopt solar panels today.‚ÄĚ
Last century, it was airline pilots that were the world’s game-changers and who made the girls go GaGa.
Today, it‚Äôs green energy pioneers that are now changing the world and making the girls smile. Read the rest of this entry »
July 5th, 2017
Last updated on January 1st, 2018 at 12:22 pm
Dedicated to Mum.
What have solar panels got to do with feminism?
I’m proudly the son of a wonderful strong mother, who demonstrated in her own life, the determination to get the job done while teaching me not to put up with the bullshit of people.
A testament to ‚Äėreal‚Äô girl power.
However, today‚Äôs feminists have become nothing more than Cosmopolitan reading princesses, demanding the latest products from their super glossy magazines. Read the rest of this entry »
June 12th, 2017
Last updated on November 29th, 2017 at 08:48 am
This is the week that alternative energy technologies provided more than half of the UK’s electricity for the first time.
The will of the people to keep fracking out of the United Kingdom.
Additionally, the spotlight shone on energy policies benefiting lobbyists and not ‘The Will of the People’.
There is a difference between hearing the electorate and listening.
The North of England has categorically voted to resist the fracking intentions of corporate lobbyists who’ve attempted to force this vile extraction technique onto the British landscape, despite strong opposition by ‚ÄėThe People’.
My own local Labour MP Chris Matheson grew his vote from 93 to and additional 9,176 votes, because the people of Chester said ‚ÄėNO’ to fracking. Read the rest of this entry »