I feel so angry!

I’m not into online politics etc….But today I’m fucking angry. After what happened in my home town Manchester. I’m watching it happen again in London……what does it take to change this!?……… I’m fucking raging!

52 thoughts on “I feel so angry!

      1. Politics is simply understanding power and our relationship to it. Power or passion… we always need a bit of left path and right path

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      2. Yep and my cat doesn’t need to get high… so no one claps when I tell them that she’s been clean and sober for 15 years. No one in those meetings were much interested in me despite the fact that drinking took me outside of society and as good as dead. Even though I have been sober 18 years with mostly peace of mind… they didn’t like that I continued to help battlers and did chase skirt or root around the recovery ‘scene’. No criminal background makes many of us undesirable too. Unfortunately cor some of them the time I spent sober was so long that I don’t get beaten up and left in a gutter for being a hopeless drunk anymore. Drugs are money. 2 classes exist in their structure much like the judiciary. The users and the lawmakers who employ the users and give them authorization

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      3. A lot going on. I was a top student and elite sportsman at the most prestigious Presbyterian boys school on this continent… then I dropped out of school before matriculation. I had a year 10 pass. I was washed up on the shore at 24 with my brother dead and several other friends. I got my life together and went to university mature age a year later. I did pretty well out of it.
        I have a few supporters these days and quite a few people who were very certain I would check out like my brother. More than a few things came together. My best mate died in 98. His old man who is since deceased was one of a small handful of people living in Europe at the time who conceived the idea of the EU. My mate’s father left that family when my mate was 2. Several other families around the world also called him Daddy I guess. My mate dropped out of that school a year before I did.

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      4. I don’t know that having multiple families and deserting young children is that clever. Sort of like a statue with feet of iron and clay

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      5. Our legal system has too many words for lying and cheating. People know who I was and that I have come through hell. They tried inventing a lot of shit to shut this moutj running. My legs are going with it too now. They took my body for a while and I fought. Things are changing my friend. Look after your community and be courageous enough to love

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      6. Any father with a dead son in his 20’s must have got something wrong for all his brilliance and mates who can get a cop to ride a horse into a ballroom for their business luncheon… whoops… that might be my old mine. Nah… I prefer telling the truth than hurting those I am supposed to protect and care for

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      7. Initially legal backgrounds. My mate spent the first years of his life in Brussels. We met at school as 12 year olds. Our commonality in year 7 was that we could cook and liked it. Other blokes at that school had stay at home mothers or maids to prepare food for them after school. We found that pretty effete

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      8. No. Some of the people I love most did. They hugged me and kissed me when I was gone for all money. They gave me love and I fought for respect

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      9. The coroner gave an open finding. His skull was bashed and fractured and he was left naked face down in a ditch with a few inches of water to drown. Several grand we know he withdrew was never accounted for. One cop broke ranks to try and tell us how ashamed he was of what was happening. He had some religious conscience that was obviously genuine.
        A long time ago anyway. My relationship with my brother has only grown in strength. Hard to explain. Things have a way of flowing on life’s terms

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      10. I don’t understand these terrorists or any people using violence like that. It is all all about control and political dialogue that will not listen to the other. No different to violent men who get drunk and bully their family. Bullying is all about the scared mentally inferior controlling what they can’t grasp. Some men hate intelligent women. I have seen that in nice society. Big time

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      11. Now I am a highly efficient and competent bum or wastrel… loderre in an Anglo Saxon sense. Lol

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      1. People need to consider the big picture or pictures… where this planet is going and what we as a race are really aiming for. A lot of lies in mass communication and a lot of greedy selfish people. Only takes a bit of clarity to see we have gotten out of balance. Male and female… yin and yang… darkness and light. Political correctness is simply more capitalism from the left.

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  1. A lot of it has to do with generating quick economy and destroying an enemies next generation (soul). What else other than drugs and slavery can provide a vehicle with 300%+ mark up on first sale? It is actually the opppsite of intelligence

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      1. Goes back to supply chains for the crusades. I have Cornish pasties in the oven right now. Food of pirates… and we keep our meat and veg in pastrie so no bag thrown off tje ship
        .. and no being tracked 😄

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