The Devil God's Best Friend

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If you have any interest in: Ufology, Paranormal, Angling, Paganism, the Eco-system and general controversy then this may just be the place for you. I am a published author of books concerning these particular topics...


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Saturday, 23 September 2017

WW3: The worse crime of all is stupidity


In the chronological scale of events mankind arrived on the scene mega fast. We like to think we are so damn clever yet we all now stand on the brink of disaster.

Before us, all types of creatures roamed the land and swam in the vast oceans for many millions of years. Today, we are ALL being held to ransom by the world’s ultra-rich and self-righteous dictators (i.e. respected leaders) who seem to be preparing to recklessly destroy not only humanity but also the rest of the world’s creatures.





















It is long past the time that ordinary people everywhere woke up and said “No – we shall not allow you to kill us all and wreck this home we call Earth!” 

Understandably, many will ask - "So what can we do to stop a nuclear holocaust with terrible ramifications?

I do not hold all the answers (no one does), yet we the 'People' are many whilst the leaders we vote into power are few.  History does teach us one valuable lesson. When things are so basically wrong the public can rise up and change things - it's happened before and it can happen again!  


Will we face the unendurable, like sheep to the slaughter and follow the path of the dinosaurs into a far distant memory? Alternatively, will we come to realise that we must ultimately rise up and say 'no' to the self-centred, blubbering, maniacs who hold their fingers tentatively over the nuclear  buttons?


















Have we learned so little from all previous international conflicts that we can now let the sabre-rattling fools in power throw it all away so rapidly?

The waves of change must start with us, the People, and your voice must be heard.  

Sunday, 17 September 2017

In Pictures: Southport Air Show - last day




















The September sunshine greeted the crowds, as the last day of Southport's 2017 Air Show got underway.


Watch the exciting moment as the Breitling wingwalker unfastens the harness to enter the aircraft.




















 Sally B, the B-17 Flying Fortress, was back ... 

























Lifeguards watching events unfold as Sally B flies past.

 Typhoon ripping it up... 

 De Havilland Vampires. 






















Lancaster Bomber. 




Mig - 15 attack over the pier... 

Spitfire sorting out a Buchon... 


The Mig with the Vampire pair.


The OV-10 Bronco. 



So much action to see... 



And that's the show over for another season - well done to all persons involved, especially the brave pilots... 

Pat Regan © 








Saturday, 16 September 2017

In Pictures: Southport Air Show 2017, Day 2


















Once again, the weather held out for day 2 of the Southport Air Show...


Sally B, the UK's last airworthy B-17 flying fortress thrilled the crowds today...




The Eurofighter Typhoon doing its stuff was always going to pull the crowds in ...





A dogfight between the Spitfire and a Bf 109 Buchon

Brilliant stunts galore... 




Planes at RAF Woodvale getting ready for take off... 






Time to head home ... 

Pat Regan © 






Friday, 15 September 2017

In Pictures: Southport Air Show 2017 - first evening


















Friday the 15 September 2017 saw the opening of the latest Southport Airshow.


The ever-popular Lancaster bomber and its Spitfire escort making a welcome appearance... 




The Eurofighter Typhoon came in fast, out of the late Sun... 



The Tigers Free Fall team doing their stuff...


Stunts galore from a range of excellent pilots like the Blades... 





The Fireflies Aerobatic Team lit up the darkening evening sky... 

All in all, a good start to the show and even the rain held off...

Pat Regan © 


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Monday, 11 September 2017

North Korea Crisis: Save the world - with information





















Oh no, they say, NOT another petition. 

Fair enough guys -  BUT the following may well involve us all...............


How to avoid WW3

The best antidote to dangerous propaganda and mass-induced misinformation is freedom of thought, conscience and opinion. Crush such subconscious, authoritarian, oppression and the doorway to liberty may start to open. The people themselves must come to feel freedom if change is ever to take place.

Jocko Willink‏, the former US Navy SEAL who tabled the idea to airdrop North Korea with iPHones is to be congratulated.

I for one hope that the governments of our world takes this man up on this novel way to bring liberty to the North Korean populace.


Jocko stated: "Drop 25 million iPhones on them and put satellites over them with free wifi,"


I therefore ask our UK politicians to act on this suggestion and get cracking with the USA government to achieve this very feasible aim to avert nuclear conflict. 

Please sign the petition - it may just help to save us ALL..... 












Monday, 28 August 2017

In Pictures: Ormskirk Motorfest – 27th August 2017





















Photos and video by Jason Regan ...

Car repairs, call Dave Elsby Motor Engineer mobile no 07980 713661

The show included an entry of 300 cars and motorcycles, plus a wonderful 1950’s Fire Engine. The parades ran from the Town Centre Race Paddocks in Moor Street and Aughton St starting at 2.30pm.





































































































Pat Regan © 

http://pat-regan.blogspot.co.uk/ 

Well done to the organisers of this excellent event. 

More on the event here: http://www.ormskirkmotorfest.com/  







Tuesday, 22 August 2017

Health Secretary Hunt faces angry protesters at Southport Hospital




















Mr Hunt arrived later than anticipated at 12.24 pm. He was greeted with loud howls of contempt and angry jeers from a vocal crowd of protesters.



Mr Hunt had stated that the Trust was the most improved in England between January and March for treating patients efficiently. Labour had encouraged as many of its supporters as possible to meet in protest against the Secretary of State for Health who was, they claimed, 'wreaking destruction' on the NHS.






























Southport's Conservative MP, Damien Moore, was also at the Hospital to meet Mr Hunt. Hunt spent his allotted time at the Southport Clinical Education Centre and left at about 2.25 pm…




Addendum... 

A spokesman for Labour, Greg Myers, stated:

“Over a hundred protestors gathered at Southport hospital today to voice their anger at the current state of the NHS during a visit by Secretary of State for Health, Jeremy Hunt. Despite recent reassurances from the town's Conservative MP, Damien Moore, that the hospital is safe, many people are unconvinced that it will remain untouched given the current local review of its services. The review comes as a result of the Tories' Sustainability and Transformation Plan, which is looking to make over £900 million worth of savings."

"Another major reason for the scepticism is Jeremy Hunt himself who, despite his denials, is widely seen an advocate of privatisation and most recently was also severely criticised by world-renowned scientist, Professor Stephen Hawking, for his claims regarding increased mortality rates at weekends. Chanting "Ban the Hunt" and "Save the NHS" protestors demanded that Mr Hunt resign and claimed that he was deliberately underfunding and undermining the NHS in an effort to ease the path to privatisation.  As Mr Hunt's black Jaguar swept past there were loud boos and jeers."

"The protest was organised by Southport Labour Party whose Chair, Mhairi Doyle, said: "No-one is fooled by Jeremy Hunt's claims to be a supporter of the NHS. He literally co-wrote the book calling for it to be dismantled and replaced with a US-style private insurance system. The Tories simply cannot be trusted with the NHS."  Local protestors were joined by hospital staff, trade union members from the GMB and Royal College of Nursing, as well as the campaigning group Keep Our NHS Public.  "It's a joint protest because we all need to come together to protect one of our most vital national resources," said  Mhairi Doyle, "The damage the Conservatives are causing is deliberate, it has to stop. Mr Hunt needs to realise that and realise it quickly." 
 
 Ends


Pat Regan © 


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Saturday, 19 August 2017

In Pictures: Southport Flower Show - 19 August 2017



















Once again the weather held out and although the show ground was wet the day stayed dry..

Pictures speak louder than words, so here are more images to check out,,,





















Mr Tumble aka Justin Walker doing his thing, with a little help from the audience...



Ben Potter on hand with his amazing birds of prey... 

H & M Super dogs showing the crowds what they are made of... 




The Knights of the Damned in action... 




And yesterday ... 


Pat Regan ©