Thursday, 23 April 2009
"I abolish all the evil customs with which the realm of England has been unjustly oppressed". Henry 1st, 1100.A.D., Oath of Coronation.
Remember our old Druids, exterminated by the Roman fascists, Angelsey, A.D.61
Monday, 20 April 2009
Sunday, 19 April 2009
Do ya wanna copy of THE LIMPET??
In Issue 22: sPoRtS DaY wItH tHe MeT...
Couldn't make it to the Super Interactive Pulice/Poblic London Sports Day yourself? Never mind - we've put together a nice little SOUVENIR VIDEO SPECIAL of the event - Just For You! So, lob a pizza in the microwave, pop open a beer, and enjoy the FUN!!
HIDE AND SEEK:
EQUAL-OPPORTUNITIES IN MODERN POLICING:
OK, pay attention now. Right! It appears that some trouble-makers have been complaining that the Interactive Sports Event included BLOOD SPORTS. Something to do with the dogs, was it? Is it? We can assure the Public that no police dogs were harmed during the making of YOUR Fun Event. Thank You. It seems that these whining do-gooders have some message or other - we are obliged to let them display it. Message follows:
STOP THE KILLINGS
STOP THE BRUTALITY
STOP THE INJUSTICE
RETURN TO PEEL!
this is Britain & decent people demand decent Police!
Do you care enough to sign the Petition Against Violent Police? I thought police were meant to protect us from fear, so what are you waiting for? We totally support all Good Police Officers, but insist that the bullies be given a P45 , or locked up whenever appropriate. Remember Mr Tomlinson; look what those cowards did to him; and do something to help make Britain a civilized country:
Save The Holy Headland Campaign encourages everyone to sign the petition to put George Bush on trial for War Crimes. They've got the evidence - now it just needs a little push...
Remember old Penzance, in the middle of all this craziness. There's always a nice 'ot pasty and a dish o' tay for kroust if ye'll bide awhile... God Bless 'ee now, my Birds...
THE HOLY HEADLAND, Penzance.
The tradition almost certainly goes back to pre-Christian midsummer rituals, connecting us with our paleolithic forebears.
The RP do not recognize Culture, Spirituality, History - they've already been caught lying about them in public propaganda, paid for by you, to push their scam, er, scheme.
What about the Fun of the Fair? What about the kids? Is this fair?
This plan to replace our Music-Tent with their Tin Huts is a cynical PR move by the RP to make their scam look like a fait accomplie - which it is not.
Please write to Mr James Evans and Mr Phil Mason at Saint Clare Street, Penzance if you wish to protest about this latest move in a most un-democratic game of cash.
EXPRESS YOURSELF! (You know you'll feel better afterwards!)
Friday, 17 April 2009
Thursday, 2 April 2009
What thing is harder than the rock ?
What softer is than water cleere ?
Yet wyll the same, with often droppe,
The hard rock perce as doth a spere.
Even so, nothing so hard to attayne,
But may be hadde, with labour and payne."
This poem was found carved into an oak panel in the crumbling ruins of Pengersick Castle, one of the most haunted sites in Britain, and the setting for an amazing tale of wizardry to be found among 'Botterel's Tales'.
The Parish of Breage had always been called 'Pembro', but then in the 5th Century, St.Breaca provided a peel of bells for the church, on condition that they named the place after her - women!
The Irish King Geronicus, who was raised by St.Breaca as a son, was converted to Christianity and became St.Germoe, giving his name to the Church, Parish and village. Thus do the echoes of the Holy Celts reverberate through the labyrinth of Time, chiming like the Bells of Breage.
* * * * *A MESSAGE FROM JANNER:
Mr Janner asked us to give his alternative scheme a bit of publicity, which we are very happy to do as it seems very traditional, well-considered and unobtrusive. He also hinted that the more people started using the Cornish Language, the more pleased he would be! So Janner, what's your message for everyone out there in the SHIRE...?
Send me one o' they telegraph thingys: