What’s in my head today apart from the usual mash of glass painting, food, Chistmas and confusion? Well I guess that there are two subjects that keep popping to the front of my mind, Lady C and the decision to bomb
At first they seem to have no connection, but I can’t help but see the word bully in my mind when I think about both of them.
Firstly, bully for Lady C. What a despicable woman to treat the others in the camp the way she appeared too. Even accepting the careful editing by the program makers in order to make it as interesting as possible, there was no disguising the real anguish she caused to almost every member of the camp. Her attitudes, words and approach brought just about everybody down and there’s no doubt she was the catalyst for the rifts that formed. She wouldn’t be wrong, she wouldn’t be questioned, she name called and abused, and she believed she had some kind of divine right to do so. Add to that the evil eyed looks, her claims about her own intellect compared to the others, and her total lack of concern for anyone but herself and I see the classic bully. I’m glad she’s gone and I hope that’s the last I ever see or hear of the bitch.
The Government decision to send in the bombers yesterday leaves me feeling as beaten up as Lady C’s victims in the jungle. What a stupid move. Bully for them and their need to posture and play with other people’s lives. If they wanted to find a way to create more
sympathisers intent on martyrdom then they’ve managed it. No matter how good
our missiles are at only seeking out the baddies, innocent people will get
killed and their kin will want revenge. There are so many bullies in this piece
that I am left reeling. Cameron with his stupid actions and statements,
the politicians who voted with him, the military, and of course Isis. The list goes on and on.
Surely the politicians must see that they are playing directly into the terrorists hands
and delivering what they want - a reason for a united Muslim war on the West. I
only pray that there is another plan in hand that the public aren’t as yet aware of,
hopefully a united approach to deliver us out of this madness.
So there we have it; bullies to the right, bullies in the centre, bullies to the left, bullies above and below and no chance for the public to vote out Lady C or to vote down the decision to send in the bombers; best that the public are voiceless, better still if they were silent; well not this blogger.
This turmoil of a world might be surrounded by bullies, held captive by bullies and run by bullies, but they’re not running me.