....Now we must ask ourselves, who created such a diabolical dichotomy?
It is much more palatable to deny that Evil exists when viewed as a concept of religion..... something to which we attach blame to for all the worlds conflicts.
Boris Johnson as Foreign Secretary? As soon as he shows up in Brussels, they'll just laugh at him and say, "First the arrogant Brits leave the EU because they think they're better than everyone else. Now, they send us Bobo the Clown".
|The Chilcot report|
|Tony Blair's New World Order dossier|
Mrs Peters, a retired nurse said: she had known him since he was eight. “I would sooner have believed that he had turned into Father Christmas than that he was a neo-Nazi,”
“He was so mild, almost meek in manner. He wouldn’t say boo to a goose. I would have thought he would have been frightened of guns.”
Mr Mair had been the quiet one, insisted Ms Peters. His younger brother Scott, 49, had been the noisy tearaway.
He may not have grown up in his mother Maureen’s house, but, said Ms Peters, he visited her in Batley on Sundays, “bringing her shopping”.
Mrs Peters also said: “He’s never been racist, never heard a racist comment.
“A more mild-mannered man you couldn’t wish to meet.
“I’ve been a nurse for 40 years... if there was anything radical, mentally, I’m sure I would’ve picked up on it.
“OK, he might have been depressed at times, who of us aren’t? He’s lived alone all his life just about, and that would cause some form of depression, but there was never anything, never an inclination there was something majorly wrong.
“He didn’t appear in any shape or form to have a psychiatric problem. He may have had some depression but he’s lived alone most of his life.”
Rosemary Surman, identified as a friend of Mair’s mother, told ITV News: “He loved his mum, and I couldn’t see what I saw on TV. I honestly thought that he had gone to help this lady. That’s how nice a person he was, if you know what I mean.