Hope

The White Stag

By Ray Wilson It is proper rain. lashing down in torrents, piecing stair rods—we feel the impact through our motorcycle gear as it permeates the protective fabric. We are in the heart of the ancient Ashdown forest, where at least the harsh rain is tempered through the thick canopy of trees. “Pull over,” my missus

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Truth Is the Only Drug You Need

By Ray Wilson Silly Moo We stepped into a time warp, a vortex of pure energy, and were transported to another place and time on Friday night—a more familiar and happier time and a much more relaxing place—a place of hope. A place where volunteers are helping to build a parallel world—a beautiful green, joyful

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Beacons Of Hope

By Ray Wilson It’s Saturday, November 11, 2023, and early afternoon; the sky is blue, and the sun shines down on us, as we are on manoeuvrers. On another day over a century ago, the Armistice, a peace agreement signed on November 11, 1918, marked the end of World War I—the war to end all

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The Underground

By Ray Wilson It’s raining, sometimes intermittent, sometimes stair rods, but always a perpetual rain; it stings the eyes and wrinkles the hands; and summer is a distant dream. The sound of raindrops hitting the soft top in plinks and splats creates a melancholic symphony vibrating on the car’s canopy. Each droplet seems to carry

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Encouraging Message from an MP

Andrew Bridgen MP addresses the people from Breedon on the Hill Church, North West Leicestershire. (Andrew Bridgen MP/YT) See also: Pascal Najadi: ‘The Snake Head Is in Geneva’ Trends in Excess Deaths – Andrew Bridgen’s Speech in House of Commons Andrew Bridgen MP In Interview About ULEZ and the Climate Change Scam: ‘London’s Air Is

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