9 Nov 2014
On this day of remembrance - ID cards would be welcomed here, as they are in Europe and in the USA - let's DEFEND - not fight
I think it was 2008-10 when I petitioned the governmentt to introduce ID cards- at the time, oddly, Harriet Harman was the only one making any sense in this area - the cards would out paedophiles and criminals galore - let's help our police and other services today and introduce ID cards for residents of less than 8 years.
That way we can ID where the worst offenders are and detect what they've been up to. We need to do this 10 years ago - would have saved lives and helped everyone good.
Sadly - it only serves corruption and criminals not to have them at this time. Let's get them in overnight - and review them in four-five years - for the sake of YOUR security - let's say YES to ID (as the no's argument holds no water at all, not when implemented in this way)
Number 10 are aware they are coveting criminals with their hedge funds and illegal spending - UKIP will put this right -
meantime, I sent this to Larry at LBC just now:
'Hi Larry, great show - ID cards- the government have removed my petition to introduce ID cards - from 2010 - my friend Marlene from California - was the only person to sign it - now - people would sign in droves - the thing is - people who have been resident here for over 8 years, need not carry a card - it is reason and logic - thanks, Liz Robillard'
18 Sep 2014
The Independence Anthem - Scotland Forever - A new referendum is being worked on by legal friends right now, before the count is over - some folks have been conned - but we will put it right and we will vote again next year. AYE
Mother 4 Justice - Elizabeth Robillard blogs and shares truth and information
16 Sep 2014
Rifkind is saying we'd be more vulnerable to terrorism if we vote YES - wrong again sir, SNP plan to spend MORE not less on Scottish defence
With defence spending increased - the SNP state Scotland have its own defence forces and would inherit and maintain our military bases and regiments. We would continue to work in partnership with other nations. <snip> Our defence profile  be similar to neighbouring nations such as Denmark, Sweden, Finland or Norway. Scotland’s contribution to UK defence spending is around £3.3billion. Experts from the Royal United Services Institute have confirmed that this would be more than enough to support a defence force that could be “extraordinarily good” by 2030. The UK Government only spend around £2 billion of the defence budget in Scotland. The SNP advocate a defence budget of £2.5 billion – less than we currently contribute, and more than is currently spent. We would get rid of Trident nuclear weapons from Scotland, saving money that could be better spent elsewhere. *if you think we'll back down or lose, ever, no matter what, you have another think coming
13 Sep 2014
I know some of the world's most beautiful and influential (and wealthy) Scots. They share something in common. Sense. Can assure you they've thought about all possible implications and problems they may encounter with the EU. With her global friends, most notable for me, Australia and Italy - they cannot fail. There is no room for failure. If the results are wrong, we will try again later. Much as I adore UKIP, they do have it wrong on the Scottish independence issue. Scotland can and will do more for England and tourism, than any other political party in the history of the world. The most effective lawyers and innovators are from her lands and the wisest, wealthiest and most innovative, dwell within. So YA trugarez (Breton for 'yes, thank you') More reasons why to vote OCH oui -Piketty agrees