Wednesday, April 28, 2010
Come to think of it, the most people in Britain who complain about immigrants are the exact (British) person who contributes nothing to this country but instead rely on social benefits to survive. Some of these people have not travelled beyond their immediate vicinity let alone abroad. Hence they don't know what it means to migrate and can never in their god-forsaken life dream strong enough to exploit the world let alone be adventurous. Wonder why most of these are failures?
These bigots bite the fingers that feed them. Refute the strengths behind the survival of this country and continue to spew evil rage at immigrants instead of considering them as team members in making this country continue to retain its greatness.
Saturday, April 24, 2010
The revelation this evening that a 'junior' Foreign & Common Wealth (FCO) staff wrote some suggestions now labelled as derogatory is compellingly amazing. Although the supposed 'ideal visit...' document was not well presented by the 'junior' staff, some of the suggestions in it would be useful in improving the pope's reputation nonetheless.
If the pope would bless a civil partnership – wonders who would allow his to be that anyway, – then he would have done so much good to himself let alone the improvement a condom branded after him would do in showing that he is not a monster.
The pope should be grateful for these suggestions and liaise with relevant parties to engage in these useful suggestive activities. This may assure people that he is not the devil incarnate he has made himself.
For a man who has for years secretly encouraged and endorsed child sex abusers, continue to be hateful of people who are different and his ignorance of the plights and risk of conditions like HIV, there is so much he can do to begin to show repentance and remorse if 'he must earn a place in the kingdom of God'. Instead, he is using his position to create dictatorship on fellow humans.
Quite interesting how electoral reform has become an issue to make name with and endear to the public. In the celebrity, stage-managed leaders’ TV debate, which in itself is lop-sided, we have seen the three chosen parties each trying to score a point on reform. Regardless of being a Labour supporter, I am in no way in support of both the reform and the TV debate.
The TV debate leaves us with exactly the normal outcome of a well-managed, highly action-packed reality TV. In 90 flicking minutes, the best and dissimilar actor wins the vote. And usually it is the new man on the block who appeals. Because majority of the gleeful audience see nothing beyond the thin membrane of entertainment and hence chose their king without a thought. Nonetheless, this is not to say that that king may be wrong or undeserving.