Greg Lance-Watkins

Greg Lance-Watkins

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168 weeks ago @ Conservative Home - Why the Government did... · 1 reply · +1 points

Hi,

may I remind PaddyBiggs that Timothy Evans colluded with John Christie in the death of his wife Beryl Evans at 10 Rillington Place in March 1950.

The Evans had asked John Christie to commit a crime with possible fatal consequences, namely abortion. That John Christie was untrained, unqualified and was acting for ulterior motives does not mittigate the criminality of Timothy Evans' behaviour, either in seeking the abortion or in trying to hide the subsequent death of his wife and their unborn child.

At the time the law took a far stronger line in regard to homicide, now even some very brutal murders receive only brief custodial sentences!

No apologies are apposite from those long after the event and uninvolved - such apologies are utter humbug.

Regards,
Greg_L-W.

168 weeks ago @ Conservative Home - Why the Government did... · 0 replies · +1 points

Hi,
this Bill & others like it that set out to re-write history is utterly dishonest - to waste expensive parliamentary time on taking matters out of the context of history and debate them as if present day values, or in some instances lack of values, pertain and then phrase apologies and pardons is utterly foolish.
Have the Moors & pirates of the Barbary Coast who brought 'Moorish Dancing' better known nowadays as 'Morris Dancing' to our shores as they captured young men and women in British ports to trade in the slave trade in North Africa wasted time on apologies?
Likewise the Italians, have they apologised for their capture of young Britons for sale in the slave markets of Rome!
entire concept is as dishonest as Tony Blair's pardoning of murderers who slaughtered inocent people in pursuit of their criminal activities in Northern Ireland - almost as greart an offence as his having lied to Parliament & used British troops as Mercenaries in his war crimes in Iraq.
May I( remind the Government that we still have no apology for the lies of Edward Heath and his cronies that duped the British people into the undemocratic morass of the EU in contravention of tyhe British Constitution.
Regards,
Greg_L-W.

173 weeks ago @ Conservative Home - Article 50 cannot wait... · 0 replies · +1 points

Hi,
Cameron, Osborne and their like lied to try to dupe the public to Remain using tax payers money, FUD & threats - having failed they had the good grace to resign - Cameron even had the integrity to quit politics.

It is time Osborne went back to hanging wall paper - The party does not need to hang onto dishonest politicians like Osborne!
Rergards,
greg_L-W.

238 weeks ago @ Conservative Home - Rehman Chishti MP: We ... · 0 replies · +1 points

Hi,

trite as the old adage may be, i have been astonished at the ineptitude of particularly British and American politicians, media and so called 'Intelligence' services as we all watched them overlook the fundamental fact of that trite old adage 'He who controls the language controls the argument'!

One was immediately aware that the terrorists exploiting the weaker minded and intimidating many with their obscene and cowardly brutality had stolen a march on the forces of peace by branding themselves 'Islamic State' - almost as dishonest as the nomenclature 'European Union', which is an unhappy and fractured pretence at a Union founded on false principles and largely bereft of democracy and not of Europe but forced on Europe and far beyond.

Just as the title 'Islamic State' is clearly un-Islamic representing a small and brutal sect who have become stuck in a bizarre interpretation of a medieval cult, bringing shame on Islam and more specifically Mohammed and claiming Statehood of a mythical and arcane concept of a Caliphate.

A concept that was bound to be harder to confront once it had seized the language and styled itself so misleadingly, playing on the ill-informed dishonesty of Tony Blair's and George W. Bush's Government that led us to war and subsequent defeat in Iraq - thereby acting as a recruiting sergeant for any terrorist hothead with the faintest connection with Middle Eastern politics!

Even at this late stage it is not too late to call ISIS, ISIL, DAESH or whatever by their true title 'deluded cowardly terrorists'. Nor is it too late to apologise for the vile folly of Blair & Bush's Government and bring them to account before the Courts for their self-serving corruption.

Regards,
Greg_L-W.

240 weeks ago @ Conservative Home - Planning an EU referen... · 0 replies · +1 points

Dr. Richard North is indubitably the right man to lead the intellectual argument. based upon well researched facts and an overall well laid out plan - as he has so eloquently provided in serious detail at http://www.eureferendum.com/documents/flexcit.pdf
However that still leaves a need for a 'front man' to lead the team, not a role that would suit or even, I believe, apeal to North - it requires someone with a track record of achievement in this area and being part of a team might suit Kate Hoey, Zac Goldsmith (a far greater role than Mayor of London!), even perhaps Nikki Sinclaire who did obtain 250,000 signatures presented at Downing Street to gain us a debate at Westminster and the subsequent promise of an IN/OUT Referendum.
Self serving role players such as Dan Hannan, Matt Elliott, Mark Glendening or even the divisive figure of Nigel Farage may prove popular with those wishing for a YES vote to stay in as they would surely lose for the NO voters!
North will clearly provide the reasoned facts but the YES campaign will do as they did in 1975 and lie putting forward FUD without foundation and abusing the public purse by spending Government time trying to sell a non deal that Cameron has failed to achieve with the help of the money of EU tax payers and desperate EU tactics to achieve a YES vote.
The EU will throw all it can into gaining a YES vote as they know that when these United Kingdoms withdraw from the EU & withdraw from the arcane political experiment they will face the beginnibg of the end as the entire political project crumbles and reverts to the rational concept of the EEA or EEC which Britain voted for in the first place despite the lies and misprepresentation of Heath's Government betrayal.
Finding a leader of gravitas, stature and charisma is a tall order but we do have over 65,000,000 people to select from!
Regards,
Greg_L-W.

262 weeks ago @ Conservative Home - Owen Paterson MP: Why ... · 0 replies · +1 points

Hi,

it is interesting to note just how increasingly wrong pollsters seem to be these days. Just look at how inaccurate they will prove to be in this coming General Election, where Ukip will have a huge destabilising effect yet command an insignificant number of seats, even relative to the economic illiteratti who will follow Alex Salmond's self interest cult.

Could this be due to the arcane process of telephone interviewing, where it is a preponderance of older voters who have domestic land lines, and where even the unemployed youngsters seem able to afford costly Iphones, games & mobile internet communication and the like.

May I suggest it time for pollsters to either modernise or get their wives grossly over paid jobs in the EU, perhaps emulate the 'odd' journalist who has become game keeper turned poacher as an MEP!

Regards,
Greg_L-W.

268 weeks ago @ Conservative Home - Paterson's robust pitc... · 0 replies · +1 points

Hi,

as Article #50 offers a 2 year renegotiation period the wisdom of signing it now for The Tories & David Cameron are clear - the negotiations will be taken seriously and when they fail, as they clearly will, these United Kingdoms will have had 2 years of experience as to how a plan like FleXcit can best be implemented.

Having failed to ensure the EU works in our interest rather than against us we will be in a position immediately to be taken as responsible players with a place at the global top table rather than a muffled mewlling stiffled by the crass and costly EU bureaucrats, with less than 8% say in our own destiny!

With Article #50 invoked our referendum can be held when Britain fails to make the changes to the EU that are essential to Britain; we can then make the transition to independence as global traders and players responsibly and honourably implementing our Exit & survival strategy immediately after a 2017 referendum.

I look forward to the obvious benefits and increase in jobs and output independence will inevitably bring us, it is then our responsibility to build on that obvious boost on the global stage.

This IS a solution the Tories can deliver, and also offers the Tories a probability of being elected with a majority!

Regards,
Greg_L-W.

312 weeks ago @ Conservative Home - Could Patrick O'Flynn,... · 0 replies · -5 points

Hi,

UKIP United!!!

I believe a quick check of the facts will show their lack of unity due to a lack of leqadership, strategy, tactics or even the simplest of exit and survival strategies relative to the EU.

UKIP is not so much a party, as it lacks any meaningful democracy but more a cult as it dances to the tune of Farage's insecurities and the ferretts in the sack squabble for position to catch the crumbs he drops from the feed tables and bribes of the EU Gravy Train.

One can hardly call a party United when it has, after 21 years, no MPs, less than 150 elected Councillors and where out of 13 elected MEPs the cult leader has fallen out with more than half his elected MEPs!

That said I have little doubt that UKIP will make good gains on 22_May-2014 in the EU elections as those who realise the irelevance of MEPs utilise the opportunity to send a clear message to the leaders they have the misfortune to have in their parties - UKIP votes are more a dustbin for protest votes than any real concern, destabilising as that will prove to be.

Regards,
greg_L-W.

312 weeks ago @ Conservative Home - Could Patrick O'Flynn,... · 0 replies · -19 points

Hi,

clearly there is no gravitas in British politics and had the Farage cult accrued some they would stand head and shoulders above other parties and cults.

In view of the fact that Westminster politics does not make our laws now that we are merely a vassal region of the EU who impose global rules as if the EU had any real say - what need is there for Westminster, let alone gravitas.

Regards,
Greg_L-W.

312 weeks ago @ Conservative Home - Could Patrick O'Flynn,... · 2 replies · -3 points

Hi,

how right you are - The Farage Cult are bereft of strategy, tactics or even the most simple of exit and survival strategies when it comes to their core policy of Leave-The-EU - they still talk, with no sign of an MP in sight now or in the reasonable future, of passing a simple 3 line Bill in Westminster rescinding the International Treaties Tories and Labour have signed to surrendert our sovereignty and hand over our governance to The EU as a vassal region now costing us £53M a day in membership to no cost effective gain for Britain or our peoples as the EU apparatchicks impose globalist rules rubber stamped by the EU as laws in Britain.

Decisions, bar footling and fiddling, on the idiotic HS2 scam, taxation, prisons, axle loadings, school carriculum, foreign policy, immigration, borders, benefits - over 80% of our laws are imposed by the EU and the balance 20% MUST be compliant with the EU - so the British Government may posture all it likes but it has no say - our politicians are castrati in the Harems of Brusells!

Watch Cameron & Hague achieve the sum total of nothing in repatriation of control, however much fudge and flanel they may spin, the rights of Britain have been surrendered as the upcoming treaty of 2018 will make abundantly clear as we are sidelined and do you really believe Cameron will honour a referendum in 2017, let alone a LEAVE vote, when Britain/he is holding the meaningless presidency of the EU?

Regards,
Greg_L-W.

Regards,
Greg_L-W.