9 Responses

  1. Catherine Day says:

    Chin up, Neil. The immigration thing was bound to ruffle feathers – it makes us all angry, and afraid. To bring a hint of levity to the situation, Yoda summed it up well: fear leads to anger, anger leads to hate, and hate is the way to the dark side. The political extremes have different explanations for what is going on, but no workable solutions which do not expose how very thin is the veneer of civilisation. Well done for sticking your head above the parapet. I have no answers, but if we don’t even talk about it, none will be found.

  2. Keith Stevens says:

    Keep doing what you’re doing and writing as you write. Better to be stoned for caring too much than stoned for not caring at all.

  3. Hey Neil, if you aren’t attracting the odd hater then you aren’t saying anything. You my friend have plenty to say and we hope you keep saying it! Hopefully you will find strength from the negatives out there to keep writing from the heart. Cheers from Stew and the crew on Luckyfish.

  4. Garry says:

    The Coudenhove-Kalergi plan – The genocide of the Peoples of Europe ….I heard about this quite some time back now…and used to think this was mumbo jumbo garbage….but not now…it makes interesting but nonetheless scary reading. As time marches on however it all starts making sense

  5. Chris says:

    Hi Neil, I watched that film because I read your blog and you asked for your readers to watch it so I did, and I stuck with it and it had a profound effect on me, and it still does when I think about it! It is a film once seen cannot be unseen. So, if you have any self doubt, don’t, you’ve changed my attitude, I am more thoughtful about immigration and the reasons behind it, and I pass this on to the people around me. There is a lot of people who don’t want to be bothered or upset by the reality of the world and some of them will let you know about it in the nastiest ways possible, from behind the safety of their computer monitor of course. You should be proud of yourself for that blog, it did alert and change the world, in a small way :), I think they call it the “trickle down effect”, and in your bit in the world you started the droplet. Keep it up Neil, but can we have some more Gleda posts too 🙂

  6. Chris says:

    I always look forward to your blogs. No two days are the same, whether you are up the mast or just walking. It sounds as if you and Gail have gor it right. As you say write when you want and you are not limited to have to do it, enjoy your summer and I will look out for your next Gledacpost?

  7. Andrew Waterman says:

    Always a good read… have so much to offer, Neil. I am proud to call you a friend.

  8. Andrea says:

    I hope self doubt won’t hold you captive, that the clouds soon clear.The haters are stuck in a poisonous mental prison of jealousy and ignorance.
    Keeping nourishing us please.
    In friendship A

  9. PaulE says:

    I love your blogs Neil. Keep rambling!

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