Tuesday, 31 March 2009
Monday, 30 March 2009
The Mexican President, Felipe Calderon, today began a four day visit to the UK with a ceremonial welcome by the Queen.
As is the norm, gifts were exchanged between the parties, with Mr. Calderon receiving a first edition leather bound copy of George Orwell's 1984 from Her Majesty.
He also met Prime Minister, Gordon Brown, prior to the global reformation G20 summit as we note from the BBC :
Mr Calderon said Mexico was "convinced global problems need global solutions".
"I would like to recognise the wonderful work that Prime Minister Gordon Brown has done in the pursuit of an international consensus which is so badly needed to confront this global crisis," he said.
Sunday, 29 March 2009
ps Remarkably similar to the Saltire, the logo of the Dunfermline Building Society and Scottish national flag.
Saturday, 28 March 2009
The Dunfermline Building Society is a building society based in Dunfermline, Fife, Scotland. It is the largest building society in Scotland and the 12th largest in the United Kingdom based on total assets of £3.3 billion at 31 December 2006.
The first handshake image is from their own website- Corporate Social Responsibility
As regards the reason for the choice of codename Glencoe, we are unfortunately left in the dark, although it crosses my mind that it may be something to do with the fact that rioting anarchists almost invariably target MacDonalds eateries. Then again, the Macdonalds were seemingly massacred on the 13th February 1692 because they were not prompt enough in pledging their allegiance to new monarchs, Mary II and William II, the latter perhaps better known as William of Orange.
Friday, 27 March 2009
Last year I began my post, Making an Arsenal out us, ceremoniously?, regarding French President,Nicolas Sarkozy's two day visit to the UK and an unprecedented police raid involving 1122 officers in the close proximity of his and Gordon Brown's joint press conference as follows:
"Casting back to my comments on the number 3 and its numeric cubik form of 27 in relation to the signing of the European Treaty of Lisbon, then perhaps one would be looking to yesterday, the 27th of March, for further clues as to our potential and pre-packed future."
It therefore comes as no surprise that this year, on the same date, we again saw ominous revelations on the horizon as we heard, headlined, via the BBC of discussions between the aforementioned Gordon and our monarchy as regards a potential reformation within the Royal Family in respect of women, Roman Catholics, and their rights to "inherit" the throne.
In other words equal P.C. opportunities, a priority in these pre "global enslavement for all under a one-world King" days. cheers
Full in depth BBC report is here.
Wednesday, 25 March 2009
Whilst it is known that Thin Lizzy's Phil Lynott composed the song King Call as a lament to Elvis Presley, it is remarkable how apt the above lyrics are with regard to the current furore which has erupted over the Governor of the Bank of England, Mervyn King's, comment yesterday that our government could not afford another economic "fiscal stimulus" package, a comment which has been swept under the carpet by Prime Minister Gordon Brown as he prepares to "indebt" us even further.
There is of course good reason for Gordon to ignore the statement - that being that "he" wishes the economy, both British and Global, to fail, in order that we can all be saved by a golden hearted redeeemer (another King), around 2011 - 2012.
I shall explain more, including an incredible but potentially true diagnosis of the truth of 2012, in a fairly long post this coming weekend.
Picture is Queen Elizabeth, in her younger and slender days, with President Ford.
Sunday, 22 March 2009
From children's BBC TV Newsround programme:
Last Updated: Wednesday March 18 2009 13:03 GMT
It's not everyday you get to meet a future king of the United Kingdom, but Press Packers Alice and Oscar have done just that.
The pair were invited to Prince William's home, Clarence House, where they quizzed him about all sorts of stuff, including his charity work, what he'd do if he were invisible for a day and how he got his own Harry Potter scar.
Prince William is the president of the Royal Marsden Hospital, which treats children who have cancer and where both Alice, 10, and Oscar, 12, have been patients.
When Alice asked him why, the prince said his mum had been closely involved with the hospital when she was alive and he wanted to follow in her footsteps by doing what he could to help.
After chatting about the campaign, Alice asked the prince about an operation he'd had when he was nine, which he said left him with a "Harry Potter scar" on his forehead.
"I call it that because it glows sometimes and some people notice it - other times they don't notice it at all," he said.
Wednesday, 4 March 2009
The speech was due to commence at 16.00 our time, however we read from the BBC, as it happened, of how Mr. Brown took the podium slightly later than anticipated, eleven minutes later to be precise, whilst he finished at 16.44 with the statement: