KEEP BRITAIN FREE
Clocks go back this weekend - I'm going to set mine to 1940, when this country had some Boll**Ks
Nice post! i want to go back in 2019 November and not to be worry about covid-19 this days and buy some expensive items from black friday coupon at much cheap rates but still this offer is open i seen it when i searching to buy watch, can't forget the covid-19 and lockdown this time.
stevehabberley - I think the clocks go back on 25th October and not this weekend, but do check it out. I'm going to set mine back to the 1970's. At least we has some good music and comedy to cheer us up, instead of the rubbish they churn out now.
I will check but 1940 is my destination (I quite liked the fashions then too
I may be scared but i will fight. Il tell you why. When I was a teen I attempted to kill myself. My granda (who was dead) came to me and said I had work to do, wasn't my time. And he helped me stay alive during consistent efforts to end me. He fought world war. I have one pic of him and it's on my kitchen wall. He was brave. Spiritually he is teaching me to be so. This is not a farce. We are in war, it's a modern war but war all same. I may shake alot but I'm still here! My granda didn't fight for no good reason, he only good in my life apart from my kids. So let's keep on ! We need to join and formulate tho.
Thats great, you keep that in mind when things get tough. My father is my rock, he was in special forces and I always think of him when it gets tough. If he can get through, so can I. In fact whenever it gets tough, I hear him, all sergeant major like, "whats wrong with you, you can do anything you want so go do it" and I then do whatever it was I thought I couldn't. You keep your thoughts with you, they will get you through. There is nothing wrong with being afraid, it sharpens the senses.
@stevehabberley there's always something inside us who keeps us marching on- I believe that is for us all who are on this site and others....the truth seekers always do :) btw you seen this ? https://www.spectator.co.uk/article/why-cant-we-talk-about-the-great-barrington-declaration