Tuesday, November 20, 2007

Mistletoe and ‘Whine’




Frank Lampard a true gent

GMTV is in the news of late after Gordon, “ The New Politics “, Brown`s attempt to fast track Mirror collumnist and PC veggie Fiona Phillips into the House of Lords, as a government adviser. Whether she would want to pay cut from her stratospheric £400,000 is questionable, and why bother when it is clearly yet another spin cycle from the Brown ministry of truth. Kate Garroway has been irritatingly in my eye-line of late .The worst dancer in ‘strictly’ she was voted through on the back of her profile . That profile is considerable with 46% of all housewives and children tuning to GMTV in a given month and a regular rating of 4,500,000.
Something I have noticed recently is that although the BBC is rightly attacked for its political bias ITV and the old licence holders are , if anything , even worse. Its down the food chain but Kate Garroways interview with David Cameron was a disgrace in which she was rude and aggressive in stark contrast to the mewing sycophancy displayed to Flash Brown. We know La Garroways is married to professional tosser Derek( I know everyone ) ,Draper , busily trying to ingratiate himself with the new ruling elite no doubt .It begins to look as if GMTV is a vipers nest of progressive poison.
They had better be careful. Their audience is socially conservative and will not take kindly to being hoodwinked by a clandestine agenda.

Garroway has previous in Islington trying to get an extension through without the proper planning permission . She turned up at the Townhall to shout something like,” I `m famous give me what I want.” She lives in the same gorgeous plutocratic Georgian enclave as our beloved Labour MP Emily Thornberry
In many ways its easier for the government to cooperate with favoured large scale corporations than to be actually on the line with Nationalised Industries . This is why despite the usual Weimarish bleating from the Lib Dems Northern Rock will not be nationalised. It would stand there directly linked the government and its record of misrule.Avoiding this has been the central and only motive behind the gamble they have chosen to take with our money . £1300 per tax payers about £2500 per household .

Christmas Time Mistletoe and ‘Whine’

The first few tit bits of Christmas cheer have started to pop through the media ether. The delightful charity cards you will yield as little a 4% to charity . Harrods was named as the top scrooge last year with John Lewis and Selfridges also selling cards that gave less than 10% to charity. I have mixed views about Charities but I am quite clear that the entire system has been debased by corruption and misuse by the government for generalist campaigning . Charity works best when it is direct and tangible .On the front page of our local paper Frank Lampard is pictured with adorable little Emma Roberts a five year battling cystic fibrosis . It was organised by Starlight a charity which gives terminally or life threatened children the day of their lives . Frank was by all accounts magnificent , spending time with Emma over lunch and promising to send her box tickets where she will meet his two daughters .

Well done Frank. The first sportsman I can think of to admit he is a Conservative , a fine midfielder and a great chap.....unfortunately I can`t see a starting pace for him in the England set up personally but that’s beside the point .



Who is on the Naughty List

So the yule message from Newmania is be very careful about which charity you support over the festive period. Continue to boo Chelsea in the knowledge there are more important things than sport , and watch out for bias on GMTV .

Be Good

19 comments:

Ed said...

I agree, charity is a very personal thing and shouldn't be forced upon us in the statist way that it often is.

It's often the ones who have most to give who berate the little people for not giving enough. I think if I was on megabucks wages a good chunk would go to charity. Not so for most of our "leaders". Good on Frank for setting an example.

Philipa said...

Er no, sorry, I beat you on the N.Rock and charity cards postings. Mine were posted yesterday. You're just losing your edge N? Seriously though I find it interesting to find the source of a story and then see the spin a 'news'paper has put on it. There was something on R4 this am (about Prescott) in which it was basically said that newspapers can say anything they like about anyone as long as it's 'comment' but are bound by rules if it's 'reportage'. This includes the right to send reporters around to ordinary (not politicians) houses asking their neighbours what they think of them and searching through their dustbins. Invasion of privacy? Apparently not. But if we did that to a columnist we'd be arrested now wouldn't we? We'd certainly be a bit wierd! Totally agree with you about "professional tosser Derek( I know everyone ) ,Draper" - if he's no longer involved in politics then why is he being asked for his opiniion? Why not you N? It should be you on there not him. I suppose you'd have to sleep with Kate Garroway first though.

My childrens school has a box scheme where all the parents have to fill shoe boxes with toys and such to send to Romania. I was annoyed because when a child brings a box in they get a sweet and if the parents cannot afford to fill a shoe box the child is seen by their peers to get no sweet. One child was left in tears. I think this is wrong. Charity should not be imposed through peer pressure and certainly not in schools through children.

Newmania said...

Oh dear soprry Phillipa , i must look in on your edgy blog which I admit i have nopt for a few days ....shame

Philipa said...

Cheeky monkey :~)

Hey your favourite right-wing columnist (he with the nice arse) has an excellent post on his blog today. Don't tell him I said so though ;-)

Newmania said...

I`ll look

Daisy said...

i stopped giving to charities years ago (bad situation i experienced) and now give to people in my community...i work with a lot of people in need and throughout the year if i am working with a family who is in desperate need...i will go to the shop and buy groceries and leave them for the family...i have taught my son this process and thankfully he does the same...for the holidays i make sure everyone has a turkey for their meal and in good charity there is a local farmer who gives me a great deal on the bulk amount i purchase...that way i know i am giving to people in need and the amount i give goes directly to the people it is to help...

Philipa said...

Daisy - I think that is fantastic, good for you.

So many people are in need and I think society is becomming less inclined to actually do anything because they are always encouraged to give money and expect someone else to solve all societies problems when sometimes just a little community spirit goes a long way.

Daisy said...

the only reason i mentioned it philipa is hopefully to give someone else an idea to help people in their area...and i agree with you about the community spirit...perhaps it is our lack of responsibility that is making the younger generation lack it more and it is just us recognizing our own faults when we get angry with their choices...just a thought anyway

Philipa said...

Daisy - have to disagree with you about the younger generation; I was a DofE leader (pop over to my blog if you like) I can't help wondering if we are trained from an early age not to do anything but to expect it to be done - we don't notice people who want to cross the road, we are told when to stop by traffic lights. The State assumes responsibility for so much that we used to do ourselves, we are so 'nannied' that I think we have gotton out of the habit of noticing other people and just expect there to be a department for every problem. You sound such a good Mum :-)

Daisy said...

i have tried time and time again to pop over to your blog but am unable...as far a good mum...i don't know but i did what i could and hopefully that has been enough...at the moment my son is 23 and knows everything, his mum is still stupid to him...but i'm waiting for that one day where his head pops out of his ass and he no longer smells of shit...

Newmania said...

Your blog is protected isn`t it P

Philipa said...

Sorry Daisy, it's on your blog roll isn't it N? Anyway it's here. It's a bit of a mixture of stuff so I hope you have a mooch around Daisy :-)

Philipa said...

You too N, I miss your mooching now you've moved :-(

Will you be spending any time at a DIY store nearby? Had any long discussions choosing curtains? I must write a 1200 word essay on the romans, or rather the Womans, and have been procrastinating - you are deliciously distracting!

Daisy said...

thank you philipa...i roved a little, ranted a little and enjoyed some as well :)

Philipa said...

You're very welcome Daisy, I enjoyed your comments and hope you pop by again sometime :-) Sorry you missed the 'back, sack and crack' post (AKA 'The Yanks Don't Get the Brits') - I thought that was hilarious, it wasn't altogether well received :-( Oh well, probably best you missed that one then (*giggles*)

must do some work!!

Daisy said...

i saw it philipa...but was on my way for a bath and couldn't come up with a post that made me sound like anything but a dumb american...so i chose not to post :)
however i'd felt his balls...if it's offered what the hey...he might even have found out why we are called yanks :)

Philipa said...

he might even have found out why we are called yanks :)

*falling about laughing*

Travis Bickle said...

Super, Super Frank, Super, Super Frank, Super , Super Frank, Super Frankie Lampard.

If the muppet had played him in Moscow we wouldn't have needed Israel to get us out of the brown stuff...

Newmania said...

I `m not that convionced about him as a player Travis , good yes but Gerrard is better and I don`t see both in the same midfield

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