Britain First's migrant patrols have really sent the press into a frenzy. Front page headlines have condemned then as rascists for basically reporting criminals to the Police.
Their campaign has been covered by the Mirror, the Daily Mail, Kent Live, Kent Online, the Southend Echo . According to Britain First the comments on all the website stories and social media, are 95% supportive of Britain First.
They describe party leader Paul Golding as a 'convicted criminal' - but the public are overwhelmingly in support of their campaign.They are also being condemned by pro-immigration charities, trade unions and politicians.
I wonder what the problem is with these idiot's understanding of the term 'illegal immigrant'? By definition anyone who does something illegal is indeed a criminal.
Today, the European Parliament voted to “immediately and unconditionally” release British citizen Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe, being held illegally by Iran.
The resolution was passed by a massive majority - despite the fact that Brexit Party MEPs care so little about the rights of British citizens, that they abstained.
I rarely use plastic shopping bags any more so I carry a very thin but surprisingly strong reusable in my shorts pocket. When we go 'big' shopping, I have a number of reusable bags in the car all the time so we simply toss them into the trolley and use them at the checkout.
Indonesian shops now charge for bags, it's a tiny fee but the thought was enough for me to realise the environment is important, just the last straw after seeing so many local issues caused by waste.
You can see a little here
What do you think about plastic bags?
Do you have reusable ones?
Do you actually use them?
Plans have been unveiled for a national memorial to all those condemned as witches in Scotland during the 16th to 18th Centuries.
The proposal includes using the Beamer Rock beacon which was removed from the Firth of Forth in 2011 to make way for the Queensferry Crossing.
It would be rebuilt on the coast at The Ness in Torryburn in Fife.
This is the site where Lilias Adie was buried after being forced to confess she was a witch.
Post Reformation was a particularly bad time for pagans or indeed for anyone else whose beliefs deviated from the norm. The Calvanists were every bit as bad as today's Taliban WRT repression.
According to the newslink 3,300 records of accusations of witchcraft in Scotland between the 16th and 18th centuries with about 1,400 recorded executions. But the records are fragmentary, and the real numbers may be much higher.