Sunday, 29 April 2012

Are you REALLY over 21?

Anyone wishing to "opt-in" to adult sites should have to answer the following questions:
what were the green party called before:
a) People
b) Old Labour
c) The Orange party

What is Spandau Ballet?
a) Classes in classical dance
b) A popular recording artist

Friday, 20 May 2011 song

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Do you move - song dedicated to PA!

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Να προχωράς – τραγούδι αφιερωμένο στην ΠΠ! Do you move - song dedicated to PA!

Η Μάρα Ρέπα δημιούργησε ένα τραγούδι εμπνευσμένο από την Παγκόσμια Πορεία και το αφιερώνει στους φίλους της ειρήνης και της μηβίας σε όλον τον κόσμο! Mara Repa created a song inspired by the World Track and dedicated friends of peace and nonviolence throughout the world!

Να προχωράς Do you go

Στις παρυφές του λογισμού On the outskirts of the calculus
Και στις κορφές του ονείρου And the peaks of the dream
Στις διαδρομές των αστεριών, On paths of stars,
Στη ρότα του μυαλού The rota of mind

Στων φόβων σου τη μοναξιά Ston your fears loneliness
Στο δρόμο της αγάπης On the road of love
Στου φεγγαριού τη δημοσιά The moon dimosia
Και στη τροχιά του νου And track mind

Να προχωράς, να περπατάς, Do you walk, walk,
Να μη φοβάσαι, να πετάς Do not be afraid to fly
Και να πιστεύεις. And believe.

Μες στης ψυχής το ιερό Inside the holy soul
Μες στης καρδιάς το φάρο, Inside the lighthouse of the heart,
Μες στης ελπίδας την πηγή, Mes Joined hope the source,
Μες στων σκιών την πύλη Inside the gate shadows STON

Με της αλήθειας τη φωτιά, In truth the fire
Τη δύναμη του αγέρα, The power of the wind,
Με ένα χάδι στα μαλλιά With one touch hair
Και με το φως στα μάτια And with the light eyes

Να προχωράς, να περπατάς, Do you walk, walk,
Να μη φοβάσαι, να πετάς Do not be afraid to fly
Και να πιστεύεις And to think

αφήγηση narration

Στα μάγια της Ανατολής The magic of the Orient
Στην ομορφιά της Δύσης, The beauty of the West
Στην έρημο του ορίζοντα, In the desert horizon,
Στης πόλης τα φωτάκια, In the city lights,

Στα χρώματα της μουσικής The Colors of Music
Στ' άγγιγμα της βροχούλας F touch of gentle rain
Στις μυρωδιές της χαραυγής The smells of dawn
Στου έρωτα τη λαχτάρα Stu love longing

Στα δροσερά των ποταμών, In the cool of the river
Και στων βουνών τα βάθη, And STON mountain depths,
στις φυλλωσιές που τις κεντούν the foliage of the embroider
ανάσες κι ουρανός breaths and sky

Στα παιδοτιτιβίσματα In paidotitivismata
στου ηλιογυαλού την άκρη STOU iliogyalou tip
Στις βάρκες που χαράζουνε The boat makers
Μονοπατάκια φως Light paths

Ένα «μαζί», A 'together'
μια ανάσα είσαι… μια ανάσα είμαι… Being a breath ... I am a breath ...
μια σφαίρα φως, a sphere of light,
γαλαζοπράσινη, aquamarine,
διάφανο φως, clear light
ο κόσμος σου… ο κόσμος μου… your world ... my world ...
ο κόσμος που φωτίζεις people who enlightens
λάμπει Ζω Living shines

Τραγούδι: Μάρα Ρέπα Song: Mara Repa

Αφήγηση: ΑΜΧ Narrative: AMX

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Wednesday, 23 February 2011

Lansley's health reforms are picking up where Labour left off:

I must add that one thing clearly distinguishes me from my fellow Greens like Darren and Jenny in the Assembly; I live with my parents, and my mom agrees with David Cameron that she would not oppose the privatisation of the NHS। In fact, she goes one step further than his opinion piece in the London Evening Standard saying that it's about what's best, not whether it's privatised। She would see everything privatised. Luckily it's not my mum but my dad who has helped with the printing and cutting of selection campaign literature.

Sunday, 13 February 2011

The News Agenda

I watched today's news on the two main rival TV stations here. Both have the same headlines. It's amazing that UK news channels are sending the message that the editor doesn't have the power to set the news agenda different from the other channels.

Meanwhile the blogs and newsgroups send a different message. They are pluralist, democratic, but deeply divided with agendas which simply do not match up.

Sunday, 22 November 2009


"Young Greens travelled far and wide to attend the Young Greens Convention in Cambridge. The two day event, which ran on Saturday 24th and Sunday 25th October, was a chance for young members to discuss party policy and share their opinions on the future direction of the party.
Enthusiastic Young Greens assembled at a community centre for an 11.00am start. After introductions the group began to work through a thoroughly packed agenda.
The group undertook a discussion on the topic of Green Jobs. The discussion was led by Tom Bailey from London. The talk was both interesting and informative; members of the party listened keenly before debating ‘what is a green job?’, discussing the concept of a ‘green economy’ and the Green New Deal.
The presentation on Green Jobs was followed by another talk. Green Parliamentary Candidate for Cambridge, Tony Juniper, addressed the challenges ahead for both himself and the party.
Before lunch, a street action was held in the City Centre. The action, 'Green Jobs we're ready', was part of the 350 Day of Action on Climate Change.
After the action, the group headed back to the community centre for a well-deserved rest.
The Saturday afternoon was spent discussing education and child development. The discussion, led by Seb Power of the Cardiff Young Greens, was in-depth, absorbing and insightful. Young Greens shared their views on how education should work in a Green Britain and, as would be expected, the topic proved to be conducive to great debate. As a result of such debate, the group were late for their dinner and had only tackled two out of four prepared sub-topics.
After a fantastic meal in one of Cambridge’s fine establishments, members socialised well into the night, discussing all manner of topics. One could be forgiven for thinking that Sunday would be blighted by tiredness, and possibly the odd hangover, after a very long Saturday.
After an impromptu football game, Sunday morning began much as the Saturday had finished. The two remaining education topics were discussed; once again the members’ contributions were interesting and varied.
Later in the morning, a talk was given by the Howard League for Penal Reform. A student member gave a fantastic presentation, particularly considering the short notice at which she spoke, on the subject of juveniles in the prison system. Party members listened intently, and after the talk they were quick to show their gratitude to the group’s representative for what was a thought provoking session. After discussing the talk, the group took a lunch break.
The afternoon session began with a presentation by Green councillors Alex Phillips, Brighton and Hove, and Marcus Hemsley, Norwich. The councillors shared their experiences of running for office; both were keen to share both the highs and lows of the campaign trail, and painted a vivid picture of their respective experiences. After their talk, members asked questions and discussed the realisation of Green policies in the councils.
The final act in a very productive weekend was the hustings for YG Committee positions। The committee roles to be filled were: Female Co-Chair, Male Co-Chair, Elections and Campaigns Coordinator, Treasurer, International liaison Coordinator, Media Officer, Publications Coordinator, Students Support Officer, Fundraising and Events Coordinator and Web Coordinator. The convention was able to fill the roles to the satisfaction of all members before the end of the session. Details of the portfolio holders and their contact details will be forthcoming in the near future."

Media Officer

Sunday, 18 October 2009


I just had a chat with my dad and Andrew Dismore MP. He said that Maldives is an independent country. I had suspected it belonged to the UK for some time. Anyway, they're interested in Climate Change and not sure what happens next.

I didn't have time to ask him about my job I'd applied to lifting rubbish bins for Barnet Council. He likes criticising the conservative-run council as he used to be a councillor for Westminster city.

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