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Looking back on War, Life and over 90 years

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I have felt a surge of nostalgia of late. It could be my 93 years playing on my mind. I have to get help to type my words and I have to use a mobility scooter to get around these days.

I see myself in the mirror, after a welcome glaucoma removal, and I see an old man. But I am not an old man. Not inside. I am young, fit and healthy. I am still the young Naval man who wooed my wife and laid down my life for everything I still hold dear. Fortunately, I was not asked by He who knows All to give that sacrifice. I went on to enjoy life for decades when many others did not.

I served with the British Forces during the Second World War and, because of a War that no one wanted, I found a new life downunder. How extraordinary is that? Without the War, I would not have met my wife or had the life that I have enjoyed and cherished all these years.

People talk about War as an Evil thing. And it is. But out of Evil, there often comes some good.

How many couples met and married, made families and created memories because of this terrible and stupid event?

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MAY
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When the Bible costs you your job

 

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They came for our Churches and now they are coming for our jobs. But who are THEY?

The Enemy Within.

When a person can lose his job for quoting the most popular book ever written; the top selling book in all of history; the book that is the cornerstone of every Christian on this planet… when he can lose his job for quoting the Bible, things are darker and more dangerous than any of us could imagine.

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MAR
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The Nazguls are circling over New Zealand.

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 What have you done Winston Peters? What have you done?  The Nazguls are only circling because YOU gave Cindy the Flightplan. 

You bastard.

I just love courageous, eccentric, bold and human Kiwis. I really do. I have enormous admiration for this tiny country at the bottom of the world that dares to be extraordinary and dares to be bold and cheeky in the face of global grandiose.

What a shame the Nation of New Zealand is now governed by a globalist leftist greenie who has no comprehension of the people who came before her.

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MAR
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No cafes and smashed avocado in the jungles of Papua New Guinea.

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  1. In 1942, my wife’s Uncle was a metallurgist in Papua New Guinea. At the height of WW2 , he made do and mended in the jungles of one of the hotbeds of the conflict. Unable to serve in the War due to being deaf ( years of working in a goldmine in New Zealand) he served in his own way by doing his bit and carrying on.

    Yesterday, I found a transcript of his recollections of the time in Papua New Guinea during the war and I wanted to share it with you. It is typed as he shared it all those years ago. His time in the War in the jungle of Papua New Guinea.  As a courtesy. I have omitted parts that could identify him or his family.

    Here is his story of walking out of the jungles of PNG in 1942.

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MAR
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I have a voice. I just need to use it.

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As a very spiritual man and a man who loves basic beliefs in loyalty in marriage,  hard work, honesty, decency and respect, I am not that happy about the victories we are having. Because  I am scared of the losses the Left are facing.

I was an ex Naval man, from the War, a Brit, and I loved and married down under. So I am a bit global. Since 1949 I have been a proud "  immigrant."

When the enemy of everything I hold dear is cornered and being set upon, things are going to get nasty.

They are attacking with acid and it takes me back to the war. I thought that we were over this. 

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