Knight time…

25th March 2014. In an effort to make us the laughing stock of the world our Prime Minister has resurrected ‘Knights and Dame’ titles. Is there no end to this man’s idiocy. ‘Those who are too smart to engage in politics are punished by being governed by those who are dumber‘

Lobby or…….

20th March 2014. Lobbying and corruption are so close together they are almost indistinguishable. Lobbying must be stopped if any semblance of our democracy is to remain before being shredded by the influence seekers. ‘You can lead a person to politics – but you can’t make them think’


16th March 2014. Getting tired of this two party duopoly flip-flop in politics. Paucity of choice between the incompetent and the incompetent. ‘A fool and his money are soon elected’


12th March 2014. Australian Governments are starting a trend to stop paying solar electricity owners for their excess power. I don’t think they realize the tsunami of people that will leave the grid when fast approaching new solar technologies arrive. So much for their expensive power station and grid cash cows. ‘Oil industry does not own the sun’

I Spy Again…..

1st March 2014. I am reluctant to keep rabbiting on about this but…  We still get bombarded by stories of grubby little people playing their childish I spy games in the name of National Security. Many of their activities way beyond the bounds of legality and the mores of a civilized society. ‘Sigh….’

Still here…

1st March 2014. Have been a bit of a lazy correspondent lately. Having finished two novels ‘Contrail’ and ‘The Fox Hunter’ , ( both Thriller/Romance if you like that genre) ,they can be downloaded on Amazon. I have started a third in the trilogy which should be released end of 2014. This activity nevertheless is an outlet that stops me throwing things at the TV as each news edition brings more stories of man’s inhumanity to man. I seem to have entered a society where everyone seems to be trying to crawl up the back of someone else and there is a paucity of good news stories. ‘The role of a writer is not to say what we all can say, but what we are unable to say.’