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  1. John Williamson – It’s A Way Of Life Lyrics | MetroLyricshttps://www.metrolyrics.com/its-a-way-of-lifelyrics-john-williamson.htmlIt’s a way of life. Some years they make it, some years they don’t. Sometimes the creek flows, sometimes it won’t. Sometimes he’s mean, he’s got a gun. When the ewes are lambing he’s got pigs on the run. Out in the lignum, on the water course. You could lose a pig dog, you could lose a horse.
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Way of Life for Royalty too – May 22nd 2021

Wiilam making good. All ideas of conspiracy, all the unanswered questions, all her enemies are forgotten -including arms makers and traders. The BBC interview drove her off the rails, putting her in a high speed Mercedes in a tunnel, the bridge back to Paris Ritz closed for no reason, and all along the route, including tunnel cameras ,switched off so no records and no witnesses until boyfriend Dodi’s’ dad took legal action. Then they backed the official view. The only tunnel crash survivor , Rees Jones, had no memory then or since !.
No explanation needed as to why the 40 minute wait in the ambulance outside the hospital, or the embalming which prevented any resolution of the pregnancy she had hinted at – by her Muslim boyfriend.
So long we have waited for an answer. Now we know , it was all Martin Bashir and the BBC’s fault mesmerising her into talking about her husband’s long term infidelity.

Infidelity was normal for Royalty , but naïve Diana thought she was living in a fairy tale , telling Bashir in 1995 ‘I want to be a Princess of Hearts.

Comment by Robert Cook
It has happened before.

Harry Styles seen in costume as he films LGBTQ+ drama My Policeman Posted May 6th 2021

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Harry Styles is still working hard in Hollywood, with brand new photos from upcoming LGBTQ+ drama My Policeman revealing the singer-turned-actor in character.a young boy wearing a hat: New on-set photos from upcoming LGBTQ+ drama My Policeman shows Harry Styles in costume as a police officer. The movie also stars The Crown's Emma Corrin. © GC Images – Getty Images New on-set photos from upcoming LGBTQ+ drama My Policeman shows Harry Styles in costume as a police officer. The movie also stars The Crown’s Emma Corrin.

Just a few months after Olivia Wilde shared a photo of Harry on the set of his other upcoming film Don’t Worry Darling, the One Direction star has been photographed filming the hotly-anticipated adaptation of Bethan Roberts’ novel.

Harry – who will play the lead alongside The Crown‘s Emma Corrin – can be seen in an old-school police officer’s uniform, bringing the character of Tom to life for the first time.a person wearing a suit and tie talking on a cell phone: Harry Styles filming for My Policeman © GC Images – Getty Images Harry Styles filming for My Policeman

Related: The Crown‘s Emma Corrin joins new Harry Styles romance movie

Produced by The CW stalwart Greg Berlanti, along with Robbie Rogers and Sarah Schechter, My Policeman will see Harry and Emma as Tom and Marion, a couple whose lives are turned upside down by a visit from a mystery guest.

Taking inspiration from Roberts’ novel set in 1950s Brighton, the big-screen version will pick up in the late ’90s, when the arrival of an elderly man into Tom and Marion’s home triggers the exploration of “seismic events from 40 years previous”.

Tom and Marion’s guest is soon revealed as Patrick, Tom’s former lover from a time when same-sex relationships between men were illegal.David Dawson et al. standing in front of a crowd: David Dawson and Harry Styles filming for My Policeman © GC Images – Getty Images David Dawson and Harry Styles filming for My Policeman

Our first glimpse at Harry on the set of My Policeman comes after Don’t Worry Darling director Olivia Wilde offered her fulsome praise of the actor.

Sharing a behind-the-scenes pic of him in action earlier this year, Olivia thanked Styles for embracing a “supporting role in [a] female-led film”.

Related: First look at Harry Styles in new movie lands as filming wraps

“Not only did he relish the opportunity to allow for the brilliant @florencepugh to hold [centre] stage as our ‘Alice’, but he infused every scene with a nuanced sense of humanity,” she wrote.

“He didn’t have to join our circus, but he jumped on board with humility and grace, and blew us away every day with his talent, warmth, and ability to drive backwards.”

My Policeman, based on the book by Bethan Roberts, is filming now.

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Cancel culture is perfectly acceptable when celebrities are accused of serious sexual misconduct Posted May 1st 2021

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Chris Sweeney

Chris Sweeney is an author and columnist who has written for newspapers such as The Times, Daily Express, The Sun and Daily Record, along with several international-selling magazines. Follow him on Twitter @Writes_Sweeney30 Apr, 2021 17:51 / Updated 16 hours agoGet short URL

Cancel culture is perfectly acceptable when celebrities are accused of serious sexual misconduct

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Follow RT on British TV network ITV has cancelled one of its major shows after a wave of sexual allegations against its star Noel Clarke. While nothing has yet been proven, this is the only sensible outcome in cases of this nature.

Noel Clarke is not a global star, but is nevertheless a well-known actor/director in the UK. Just a matter of weeks ago, the prestigious British Academy of Film and Arts awarded him the Outstanding British Contribution to Cinema prize.

That award has now been suspended after a total of 20 women complained about his conduct, to the extent he’s been branded a “sexual predator.”

The charge sheet is extensive; secretly recording naked auditions, groping, inappropriate kissing, asking for sex, sending sexual images and bullying.

Clarke denies all of it and said, “I vehemently deny any sexual misconduct or wrongdoing and intend to defend myself against these false allegations.”

The timing couldn’t be more controversial, as ITV has been showing his highly publicised five-part series Viewpoint. Each night this week, an episode has been aired, with one remaining when the scandal broke.

ITV subsequently cancelled that final episode, but will place it on its online streaming service for those who want to see the series to its conclusion.

Comment Men with innocent thoughts and good intentions should never be alone with women. We need more cameras , including in the domestic environment , because these issues always affect men , with an assumption and prejudice that women never lie – which is logically nonsense.

The situation is very serious. Art , music and drama , along with every day life cannot permit passion because there are so many laws and police , CPS are under political orders to get more convictions. I am not saying that these men are innocent, but I am saying there needs to be evidence to prove them guilty. This concept appears to have gone by the board. Robert Cook

House Painting & Other Stories Posted With Comments by Robert Cook April 30th 2021

The real story here is that they want Boris out for saying he doesn’t like lockdowns and that they do serious harm to society and economy. He allegedly said he would not change his opinion however high the bodies piled because there was no choice.

This is dangerous talk , even though there is no evidence or worthwhile research into the usefulness of masks and lockdowns – or vaccinations for that matter. By saying this he is discrediting the real reasons for lockdowns in a global economy – that globalisation having served only the rich and powerful with horrible present and future consequences for the rest of the living. The elite and their feminazi BLM lackeys don’t like what Boris has said. They don’t mind the financial fiddles which are typical of politicians and the upper middle classes in general.

So trees are sentient which means humans are mass murderers. It might also mean that , since with all that wild growth on Boris’s wooden head, he might be a tree and therefore sentient after all. His latest remarks about lockdown suggest as much. Maybe that is why the establishment are turning on him because they obviously don’t like trees, in spite of all the carbon dioxide they absorb and convert back into oxygen, just like nature intended. Who wants nature when destroying it is so profitable for the global ruling elite. ?

The headline banner is interesting reading. Just how much further ostracism , pillorying , punishment and emasculation do the likes of aptly named Isobel Hardmen want white men to endure ? What exactly is this just the start of and where is it heading. If she knows ,? She should tell the feminazis to tell the government to get on with it and put us all out of our misery. We all know by now that women never lie , commit domestic violence , abuse children, commit adultery or provoke violence. So why waste time with more laws and courts. If the men are not police officers – who also never lie , especially those groomed for the top – just lock them up or offer the humane alternative of execution.

Now here is the nub of Boris Johnsons problem , no good person is allowed to suggest that India’s massive population with continued exponential growth is a problem , facilitating poverty and disease spread. Western elite media want to use the high India Covid related deaths to enforce and vary lock down people controlling laws in perpetuity. Feminists , and ‘He for shemales’ dominate mainstream mass media and are loving it. Fear, not science or reason is the game of the game. Robert Cook

‘Stars Lives & Minorities Matter’ – SLAMM , by Robert Cook April 28th 2021

‘Normal’ people are fed up with WOKE brainwashing.
They have , thank goodness. The whole back slapping ego trip has gotten more sickening every year.
OSCARS are a show for BLM , LGBTQI and media luvvies. They are out to build the newer new world order. The elite love it.
Mega stars have no right to moralise about equality or anything else.
This poor rich mega star has the twin horrors of being black and female.
It is to be called SLAMM – ‘Stars lives & Minorities Matter.’

Johnny Rotten & The Snowflakes – April 27th 2021

Rebellion didn’t make any difference. The young grew old conformed and begat the parents of the self righteous woke generation. Johnny Rotten would make no impression on todays ruling elite , ‘Uni’ girls and BAME. He is out of time and out of date. To call the current woke culture Nazi would be a criminal offence. Robert Cook

Can’t help wondering why a 1970s rebel like John Lydon would bother talking to the sneering patronising mainstream media, challenging the WOKE generation. He is up against something gleued together with super glue strength social superiority than the crumbling edifice of Britain’s ancient Imperial traditions.

John Lydon, who rose to prominence as Sex Pistols frontman Johnny Rotten, has slammed cancel culture for tearing down and defacing statues of British figures including Sir Winston Churchill over claims of racism. The former punk rocker has hit out at woke whingers saying they have “s**t for brains” in a furious rant.

The 65-year-old claimed that universities are churning out a generation of “spoilt” snowflakes who attack “popular opinion” when they graduate.

The Sex Pistols frontman branded them as “horribly tempestuous spoilt children” who claim to be “disenfranchised”.

“I can’t believe that TV stations give some of these lunatics the space.”

The former punk rocker claimed that their attitudes can lead to “trouble” and are “divisive”.

John Lydon is best known as Johnny Rotten from The Sex Pistols © GETTY Meghan Markle and Prince Harry sat down with Oprah Winfrey

He continued to the Daily Star: “Where is this ‘moral majority’ nonsense coming from when they’re basically the ones doing all the wrong for being so bloody judgemental and vicious against anybody that doesn’t go with the current popular opinion?

“It’s just horribly, horribly tempestuous spoilt children coming out of colleges and universities with s**t for brains.”

John turned to the woke brigade who had defaced a statue of Churchill during a peaceful protest back in June.

The rocker said that the wartime Prime Minister had “saved Britain” and added that “whatever he got up to in South Africa or India beforehand is utterly irrelevant” to the current issues of today.

John – now a full-time carer for his Alzheimer’s stricken wife Nora Forster, 78, at their LA home – also took aim at Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s explosive interview with Oprah Winfrey which aired on CBS and ITV last month.

The Anarchy in the UK singer hit out the pair’s bid for privacy as he claimed that putting themselves out there would lead to more scrutiny and less privacy.

Speaking about their recent interview, John said: “It seems like petulance when they flutter their wings and cry ‘freedom’ but it’s not. They’re seriously prisoners.

“Everybody seems ever so willing to adopt a side and be spiteful with it.”

He added to The Times: “My advice to them is they should mind their own business too, and if you want out of the public awareness then don’t go on the Oprah show.

Can’t help wondering why a 1970s revel like John Lydon would bother talking to the sneering patronising mainstream media, challenging the WOKE generation. He is up against something gleued together with super glue strength social superiority than the crumbling edifice of Britain’s ancient Imperial traditions.

John Lydon, who rose to prominence as Sex Pistols frontman Johnny Rotten, has slammed cancel culture for tearing down and defacing statues of British figures including Sir Winston Churchill over claims of racism. The former punk rocker has hit out at woke whingers saying they have “s**t for brains” in a furious rant.

The 65-year-old claimed that universities are churning out a generation of “spoilt” snowflakes who attack “popular opinion” when they graduate.

The Sex Pistols frontman branded them as “horribly tempestuous spoilt children” who claim to be “disenfranchised”.

“I can’t believe that TV stations give some of these lunatics the space.”

The former punk rocker claimed that their attitudes can lead to “trouble” and are “divisive”.

John Lydon is best known as Johnny Rotten from The Sex Pistols © GETTY Meghan Markle and Prince Harry sat down with Oprah Winfrey

He continued to the Daily Star: “Where is this ‘moral majority’ nonsense coming from when they’re basically the ones doing all the wrong for being so bloody judgemental and vicious against anybody that doesn’t go with the current popular opinion?

“It’s just horribly, horribly tempestuous spoilt children coming out of colleges and universities with s**t for brains.”

John turned to the woke brigade who had defaced a statue of Churchill during a peaceful protest back in June.

The rocker said that the wartime Prime Minister had “saved Britain” and added that “whatever he got up to in South Africa or India beforehand is utterly irrelevant” to the current issues of today.

John – now a full-time carer for his Alzheimer’s stricken wife Nora Forster, 78, at their LA home – also took aim at Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s explosive interview with Oprah Winfrey which aired on CBS and ITV last month.

The Anarchy in the UK singer hit out the pair’s bid for privacy as he claimed that putting themselves out there would lead to more scrutiny and less privacy.

Speaking about their recent interview, John said: “It seems like petulance when they flutter their wings and cry ‘freedom’ but it’s not. They’re seriously prisoners.

“Everybody seems ever so willing to adopt a side and be spiteful with it.”

He added to The Times: “My advice to them is they should mind their own business too, and if you want out of the public awareness then don’t go on the Oprah show.

“It can only end badly for you.”

“It can only end badly for you.”=