Is it Just Me?

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People are drowning and will continue to sink to a watery grave in the North Sea. What do our politicians do? They puff up their flabby chests and strut around on rarely used muscles, talking tough. First, to demonstrate a semblance of humanity they do not think is relevant except for public show, they regurgitate mealy-mouth regrets and platitudes. Then they start with the condemnations, finger-pointing and rhetoric. We will stop them from risking their lives…

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Retired. Remaining optimistically British. Many miles from where I started but continuing the journey.https://www.facebook.com/jcpSomethingToRead

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Joseph Pereira

Joseph Pereira

Retired. Remaining optimistically British. Many miles from where I started but continuing the journey.https://www.facebook.com/jcpSomethingToRead

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