Black Lives Matter
The unrest began with George
Floyd in America The unrest then spread to Britain with the tearing
down of Edward Colston's statue. Because Colston was a slaver buying
slaves from African slavers his statue was thrown into the water at
the docks in Bristol. Bearing in mind that the institutes who sanctioned
slavery were Parliament and the Monarchy (though eventually ending slavery),
I would ask the cleaners in parliament to keep their eyes
out for large wooden barrels with blue touch paper and the people of
Bristol should keep their eyes out for a little old lady wearing a crown
being dragged towards the docks. If in doubt ring 999. Is this a joke?
No, remember the London
Peace and understanding brothers and sisters. It's the
only way forward.
Some of the unwanted truths on this site could if acted
upon be life savers, many others are simply blunt about what they speak,
sometimes I think not blunt enough then there is the trivia.
The Book of unwanted truths is a paperback but its content can be viewed
if you click here. or on the book itself. The
problem with the hard copy is of course that it cannot be updated as
simply as an online book. Some minor unwanted truths are indeed trivial
but corvid 19 is a trajedy. You don't react to a tsunami when the tidal
wave is upon you. You have to pre-empt it or you get washed away.
In Hong Kong holidaymakers were being checked for the virus in December.
In Britain Boris was planning his Caribbean Holiday. To the best of
my knowledge the death toll in Hong Kong is 4, compared to our 60000.
Who waited for the wave?
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