Good company in a journey makes the way seem shorter. — Izaak Walton
Published by Andrew Livingstone
Born in a stone-flagged under-dwelling, in an obscure Yorkshire village, as a lad, my play area was a 'clipping' rug. Funded for grammar school by my aunt, worked variously in HM Customs, the London Met Police and switched careers into fire-resistant glazing. Like C.S. Lewis, in 1974 I had come to the conclusion that 'Christians are wrong, but all the rest are bores'. Worked for a spell in Israel, and understood why the 'Austrian asylum-seeker''s final solution did not succeed. Confronted now with the practical outworking of the Coudenhove-Kalergi Plan, I see that my country has been sleep-walked into the undemocratic oligarchy of Brussels. My country is too rich in noble history to remain under the malevolent influence of souls whose hearts are blacker than a witch's hat. The Rastafarian motto comes to mind - 'those who are in earnest are not afraid of consequences.' My country needs another leader (man or wombman) with the heart of a LION!
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