Monthly Archives: March 2018

Juncker’s letter to Putin

What a disgrace:

Junker disgrace

Let every Remoaner hang his or her head in shame.

Is he seriously suggesting that the Russian habit of state assassinations on EU soil should be any part of the new “cooperative pan-European security order”? In any event, to suggest “positive relations” after the attack on – and probably, sadly, murder of – the Shripals is odious.

The sooner the UK cuts loose from these people, the better.

And did no-one ever tell him that it is very bad form to begin every single paragraph of a letter with “I”?

Ghastly man.

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Animal Kingdom

Most visitors are welcome here at The Phenelry.

Percival is a cutie – I have always liked hares. They seem to do no damage, and Pervical is a friendly chap. They are surprisingly large animals – on the move he looks not much smaller than a small deer.

Percival2

The ducks, William and Kate, are equally harmless. I do have in mind to get them a duckhouse for the dam, but that is still Continue reading

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Guy Rope

writes this on his Twitter page on 28th February:

We need to upgrade our engagement w/ Russian civil society. This means facilitating visas for Russian citizens…It’s unacceptable that people who violate Russian & international law can bring their family & money into the safety of the EU & its .

 

Just a few days later, someone, presumably a Russian citizen, enters the UK, presumably with a visa, and poisons someone who had violated Russian law, and who had brought himself and his daughter into the safety of the EU, with a nerve agent.  And also poisoned his daughter. And a police officer.

Does Guy have any other bright ideas, Continue reading

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Frau Bosch

WP_20180308_001A dishwasher is a good thing. It washes dishes much more efficiently and effectively that we could do by hand.

So why do we feel a mild resentment about the task of emptying it?

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