WHERE THE UK WENT WRONG [ 1945-2015 ]

A Personal Journey

How then did the UK reach the ‘golden years’ of purposeful education, full employment, and adequate housing? More to the point, why did successive governments in the latter part of the twentieth century and early twenty-first century betray the British people by subjecting them to the overwhelming stresses of poor education, low-paid employment, and a housing crisis eclipsing even that of the immediate post World War Il era? I consider myself lucky to have been born in the UK. I also consider myself lucky to have lived through the golden years, enjoying prosperity my children and children’s children will only be able to dream of.

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WHERE THE UK WENT WRONG [ Post WWII ]

A Personal Journey

Born at the beginning of 1952, the Author missed World War Ii by less than seven years, yet the effects were still being felt all around him. Rationing and bomb sites were the norm as he grew up in a once great country still reeling from the effects of the most devastating war in world history. He considers himself lucky to have been born in the UK. He also considers himself lucky to have lived through the golden years, enjoying a level of prosperity his children and children’s children will only be able to dream of. In both Where the UK Went Wrong [1945-2015] and Where the UK Went Wrong [Post Ww11], second edition, the author compares the post-war commitment to social cohesion and universal prosperity with the late twentieth and early twenty-first centuries’ weak, divisive, and ineffective political leadership (of all political parties) and the Darwinian ‘survival of the fittest’ society they have sought to create.

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The Ark Arrival

How then did the UK reach the ‘golden years’ of purposeful education, full employment, and adequate housing? More to the point, why did successive governments in the latter part of the twentieth century and early twenty-first century betray the British people by subjecting them to the overwhelming stresses of poor education, low-paid employment, and a housing crisis eclipsing even that of the immediate post World War Il era? I consider myself lucky to have been born in the UK. I also consider myself lucky to have lived through the golden years, enjoying prosperity my children and children’s children will only be able to dream of.

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The Ark Journey

A mysterious vessel dubbed ‘The Ark’ was found lurking at the edge of the solar system. A team of scientists from all over the world was gathered by NASA to figure out what this Ark was, and who had sent it. The Ark rested in orbit of Earth and the empty vessel became populated with a team led by Doctor Alex Pullman and General Arnold J. Bernstein III. It was supposed to be a routine exploration mission to learn about the capabilities of The Ark, but when the powerful craft leaves Earth’s orbit and crawls back through the Solar System, panic sets in. On the Ark, tension reigns as a battle for leadership between Alex and the General distracts everyone from their duties of cracking the mystery of the Ark. But intrepid scientists push themselves to their limits, facing their fears in this race against time to understand who sent them on this journey and, more importantly, where it’s leading them.

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The Ark Infinity

In the long distant past as mankind began to walk on earth an advanced spaceship crashed amongst them. This spaceship was ‘The Ark’ and was populated by 21st century humans. The ship had brilliantly soft landed on a remote Island in the Bahamas and their engineers set about the long task of repairing their vessel.

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The Ark Trilogy

For years Alex Pullman and Professor Shaw have been looking beyond Pluto for what they believe to be a hidden planet. What Alex finds is even more astonishing.A ship called ‘The Ark’, and it is on course for Earth. The scientists aren’t the only ones involved. General Arnold J. Bernstein III heads up the military and all the General sees is a threat. With the future of humanity on the line, military and scientific minds clash as they try to decide what to do. The ongoing ‘battle’ between Alex and Bernstein would take ‘The Ark’ on an epic and perilous journey through time and space.

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Do The Blind Dream In Colour?

As the homelessness among ex-service personnel topped 100,000, groups began to splinter off into armed militia. These people had not only the will to cause mayhem but had been highly trained by the very armed forces who had subsequently abandoned them. The treatment on the streets of one of his ex platoon members caused Steve Raines to snap. But Raines did not snap in an obvious outward way, he snapped inside. All his Navy training came to the fore, he was planning a campaign, and he would execute it perfectly.

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