Posted by: nickwardscenarios | December 3, 2014

BBC Radio 4 ‘Today’ feedback

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Enjoyed every segment particularly the sacked Town Planner giving real ale a go. 

Made me wonder how many thousands of local council workers doing useless admin might benefit from a subsidised housing work as u choose scheme funded from the billions of uncollected corporate tax avoiding  filthy rich with their legions of legal cheats. Mates of Osborne and Cameron. Soul-destroying fossil fuel addicts who commit £ 40 Billion per year to military idiocy with no spoils of war from Afghanistan just a terrible escalation and undignified retreat. 

Meanwhile less than 10% of Defence Budget used to rebuild sea and river flood defences. In 40 years the wrong-way-aroundness of these budgets will astonish. Stop building houses on floodplanes. The Upper Thames is going to flood because it is a bottleneck. The East Coast needs a couple of billion and a huge work force. 

Dutch Engineers. 

Will there be rollers on motorways to feed non big 6 generation. Alongside the linear wind turbines stretching for as far as the eye can see on roads made of ? To transform sun into energy?

Will all of the new homes destined for Oxfordshire be energy-generating, off grid. If not, why not?

No Justin collecting taxes is not the lost cause your tax evasion expert claims. 

What happened to the ’91 BBC managers earning more than the PM’ story?

Emailed to BBC and Greenwise

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Posted by: nickwardscenarios | December 1, 2014

wages

1417436618590-1524352425How can concepts like ‘living wage at £10 per hour by 2020′ have any credibility given our dependence on Chinese etc slave-wage produced goods?
Natalie should be taking the argument far wider in support of renewables self-sufficiency 
Talk of minimum wage in renewables is capitalism 
Profit share communities subsidised by income support is sustainable 
Roads! Will there be cycle paths, linear solar and wind. Solar powered roads? Levy to produce clean cars?
They just don’t get it. The same fossil fuel arms trading delegation China is locking out of Hong Kong. Chinese billionaire owns Cambridge gogmagog springs I was informed recently. 

(To Greenwise following Natalie Bennett on BBC radio Any Questions)

Posted by: nickwardscenarios | November 22, 2014

is the BBC invested in toxic fracking shale via Peel Holdings?

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Email from Complaints BBC Radio 4. And my response.
To: today.complaints@bbc.co.uk
Sent: Sat, Nov 22, 2014 12:24 GMT
Subject: RE: BBC TodayPeel Holdings, BBC’s landlord is heavily invested in toxic fracking in response to your first ‘no’

Fracking vote on BBC The One Show NOW…. – BIFF ! (Britain …
https://www.facebook.com/britainandirelandfrackfree/…/83235118012424…Not bad after shameless BBC/Peel Holdings/Frack Dealer propaganda.

In response to your second ‘no’ I do not believe that Justin Webb’s handling of the Dyson interview suggests that he is aware of the great outcry against the lies told about chemical contamination.
For the BBC to be continuing to talk of ‘sand and water’ is at best negligent at worst a flagrent refusal to alter the pro fracking language they were using sept 2013 when I was arrested at Balcombe.

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On Fri, Nov 21, 2014 15:57 GMT Today Complaints wrote:

>In answer to your questions. No, the BBC is not invested in fracking, and we reject your assertion that Justin Webb is “stubbornly devoted to the process.”
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>Best wishes
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Sarah London Lol the BBC get antsy poor old Justin Webb…. such a bland man!
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Banjo Nick Poor old Justin Webb is a junk economics peddling fossil fuel junkie. This toxic fracking scandal is breaking big time and beeb are up to their licence-fee subsidised gills in it Sarah London nature witch of magical hidden fleet. Boris wants to frack London. Lol
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Posted by: nickwardscenarios | November 21, 2014

action in Ely yesterday

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Banjo Nick ‘Good luck Cambridge’ I yelled at the entire squad including boatman and coaches as they disembarked, ‘you’re going to need it because you have wrecked our riverbank’. Silence on the Ouse. I continued ‘you could have built it right here there is the space shame Cambridge. Shame!’ Little hexed. I think Oxford will win and the pointless eco-vandalism will be halted. Otherwise they might never win again and that could get a bit boring for thamesis. Timing was perfect. Entire squad. Feeling a bit cursed. Not too cursed. No one gets hurt except the wild animals and birds that have existed on unbuilt upon Ouse downstream of Ely for centuries. One building means there will be another. That’s what filthy money buys. Oxford to win is my tip. Get your tenner on Sarah London fleetwitch
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Banjo Nick Now to the station. Job done.
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Banjo Nick I’ll copy and paste last bit and send it via email. I ain’t hiding!x
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Banjo Nick Sent: Thu, Nov 20, 2014 19:21 GMT
Subject: shorthand cubc, Stopping Grangemouth poison my focus

Trees have been felled senior dog walkers informed me delighted that I am making protest.
Stop it. Make it a protected zone care of Cambridge University. Build between Stuntney Bridge and railway bridge downstream. Plenty of spaces. This will be immensely popular with majority of locals and as a rower, as a crew, you will have a feel-good buz which will manifest in a huge surge of collective power as you pass the Grandstand. A great race. Resposibility for ethical code may not win races but to knowingly allow this building to proceed, in the knowledgd that I am fighting for Ouse, will indeed hex u. In 1987 Topolsky’s Oxford won because they read the river. They were of a mind to read the river because they took a stand.

Grangemouth. Employ every single worker in Scottish Renewables and turn down the 500 million destined to pollute our aquifers our streams our rivers. It is ecocidal.

Posted by: nickwardscenarios | November 19, 2014

BBC Radio 4 ‘Today’ feedback

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News item stated that number of deaths in Israel now totals 4 following death of Israeli policeman. The total is 7. Item should have stated that total Israelis killed is 4. Hard to imagine BBC making this error the other way around. Total deaths caused by recent Israeli killing spree? Israel is the most dangerous rogue state on the planet. Viciously racist apartheid stewing in hatred and bigotry. And continuing to grab land and treat Lebanese as vermin. 

Interview with Mikhail Kasyanov. Justin Webb, do u really believe America justified in imposing toxic fracking on us and Ukraine. Have u seen the water pollution data and blasted landscapes of USA. Please run another fracking item soon to correct the lie the BBC was peddling until recent silence on subject. And let’s be clear about ponzi junk economics and chemicals that will be pumped through aquifers. And into water systems. Effect on house values? Increased insurance, massively increased. And values slump. 

Pub landlords. Labour Party tax on live music did great damage to economy. Pubs should be incentivised to book live entertainment. But I’m biased on this obviously. 

Sarah at Welcome institute of sexology. Interesting. I was sexually aware and active age 10 with Lucy who was 11. But I didn’t feel ready for intercourse so we snogged and grinded whenever we found the opportunity. The age of consent has nothing to do with reality. 

Yes children must be protected from the kinds of predators who used to stalk Ely Cathedral in early 70s. Frontal lobe versus common sense?

Posted by: nickwardscenarios | November 17, 2014

River Ouse from Cutter Inn, Ely

The River Ouse, view from The Cutter Inn, back in the Summer following busking stint. Also cast a fishing line for the first time in roughy 40 years and caught a couple of plump roach by the bridge to the Marina where Cambridge University Boat Club have their HQ. I am amazed that CUBC have been given the go-ahead to wreck the unspoilt river bank downstream of Ely with their new boathouse. Despite fierce opposition of local wildlife protection societies. A totally unnecessary act of vandalism   big banner coming up! I'm posting here again after debunking to Facebook because google-search ignores FB and because politically dodgy Facebook Adkins have been removing too many FB entities for no good reason.  Here's my BBC Radio 4 feedback for the day. Copied to Greenwise. Greenwise comprises, in order of enlistment. Caroline Lucas, Julian Huppert, Zac Goldsmith, Joan Whalley, Glenda Jackson, Master of Corpus Christi College Cambridge (where I was an undergraduate 1981-1984), Jenny Jones, Alex Salmond, Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon.  Sent: Mon, Nov 17, 2014 11:04 GMT Subject: women Bishops today Frankie! I have been campaigning, as you know, despite my horror at C of E's failure to unequivocally ban toxic fracking on Church Land. Women will make the difference on environmental issues. Hopefully or is Anglican Church in league with pollution industries? The news of disinvestment in fossil fuels and war amazes me. Why is it taking so long Arch Bishop? Speak out for Mother Nature. Your custodianship of ancient sacred sites was not accidental it was achieved by military force as an adjunct to Roman Invasion correct? ----Forwarded Message---- From: banjo.nick@yahoo.co.uk To: today@bbc.co.uk, david.andrews@nationaltrust.org.uk, trust.editorial@bbc.co.uk, trusteditorial@bbc.co.uk CC: caroline.lucas.mp@parliament.uk, julianhuppertmp@gmail.com, zac@zacgoldsmith.com, joan.walley.mp@parliament.uk, glenda.jackson.mp@parliament.uk, master@corpus.cam.ac.uk, jenny.jones@greenparty.org.uk, firstminister@scotland.gsi.gov.uk, glenn.hunter@scotland.gsi.gov.uk, samantha@kellys-solicitors.co.uk Sent: Mon, Nov 17, 2014 10:54 GMT Subject: 'Today' feedback. Colchester Hospital, 'Growth', Saville Colchester Hospital misdiagnosed my mother's endocarditis as gall bladder removal op. She was greatly weakened by the pointless op and did not survive the valve replacement in 2005.  'growth' Today is the problem. Why do u peddle this ecocidal myth.  I have lost access to my numerous 'Today' feedback emails. nwjpres@hotmail. But I remember a powerful exposé of Saville on 'Today' the morning of his death. Was it suicide? ----Forwarded Message---- From: banjo.nick@yahoo.co.uk To:BBC today and Greenwise. Environmental Pressure Group  Sent: Mon, Nov 17, 2014 10:44 GMT Subject: Climate Change Continues to cause awful division on anti fracking frontlines Lord Lawson will be delighted to hear, Caroline.  Responding to another Green Party missive on Climate Change.  LikeCommentShareStop Notifications Earl Bramley-Howard and 12 others like this. June Smith Nice one , Like · More · 1 hour ago Jackie Barnes Heck get free of one and get tied up with another. Climate change is a con and a money making scam. Why would I want to know about a scam. Climate change is created by man made weather war fare. Through Geoengineering, Solar Radiation management and HAARP, that is why we are seeing this uncontrollable weather system. We are being ripped off and conned by climate changers propaganda. Yes ...stop pollution, that makes a whole load of sense. But don't lump it in with another con. Gee...give us a break!!!! Like · More · 1 hour ago Martin Porter Jackie, climate change is basic physics and better understood than gravity. Like · More · 27 minutes ago Banjo Nick Water and air pollution is opposed by everyone except polluters. Including filthy car fetishist's. The two words yoked together as Climate Change causes untold division. And is grist to the filthy media mills of Lord Lawson. Call it Pollution! And live without fridges and filthy fossil fuel cars. China's demand for these nonessential items is catastrophic Edited · Like · More · Just now

The River Ouse, view from The Cutter Inn, back in the Summer following busking stint. Also cast a fishing line for the first time in roughy 40 years and caught a couple of plump roach by the bridge to the Marina where Cambridge University Boat Club have their HQ. I am amazed that CUBC have been given the go-ahead to wreck the unspoilt river bank downstream of Ely with their new boathouse. Despite fierce opposition of local wildlife protection societies. A totally unnecessary act of vandalism big banner coming up!
I’m posting here again after debunking to Facebook because google-search ignores FB and because politically dodgy Facebook Admins have been removing too many FB entities for no good reason.
Here’s my BBC Radio 4 feedback for the day. Copied to Greenwise. Greenwise comprises, in order of enlistment. Caroline Lucas, Julian Huppert, Zac Goldsmith, Joan Walley, Glenda Jackson, Master of Corpus Christi College Cambridge (where I was an undergraduate 1981-1984), Jenny Jones, Alex Salmond, Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon.
Sent: Mon, Nov 17, 2014 11:04 GMT
Subject: women Bishops today Frankie!
I have been campaigning, as you know, despite my horror at C of E’s failure to unequivocally ban toxic fracking on Church Land. Women will make the difference on environmental issues. Hopefully or is Anglican Church in league with pollution industries? The news of disinvestment in fossil fuels and war amazes me. Why is it taking so long Arch Bishop? Speak out for Mother Nature. Your custodianship of ancient sacred sites was not accidental it was achieved by military force as an adjunct to Roman Invasion correct?
—-Forwarded Message—-
From:
To: BBC. Greenwise 

CC: Greenwise
Sent: Mon, Nov 17, 2014 10:54 GMT
Subject: ‘Today’ feedback. Colchester Hospital, ‘Growth’, Saville
Colchester Hospital misdiagnosed my mother’s endocarditis as gall bladder removal op. She was greatly weakened by the pointless op and did not survive the valve replacement in 2005.
‘growth’ Today is the problem. Why do u peddle this ecocidal myth.
I have lost access to my numerous ‘Today’ feedback emails. nwjpres But I remember a powerful exposé of Saville on ‘Today’ the morning of his death. Was it suicide?
—-Forwarded Message—-
From: banjo.nick 
To:BBC today and Greenwise. Environmental Pressure Group
Sent: Mon, Nov 17, 2014 10:44 GMT
Subject: Climate Change
Continues to cause awful division on anti fracking frontlines Lord Lawson will be delighted to hear, Caroline.
Responding to another Green Party missive on Climate Change.
LikeCommentShareStop Notifications
Earl Bramley-Howard and 12 others like this.
June Smith Nice one ,
Like · More · 1 hour ago
Jackie Barnes Heck get free of one and get tied up with another. Climate change is a con and a money making scam. Why would I want to know about a scam. Climate change is created by man made weather war fare. Through Geoengineering, Solar Radiation management and HAARP, that is why we are seeing this uncontrollable weather system. We are being ripped off and conned by climate changers propaganda. Yes …stop pollution, that makes a whole load of sense. But don’t lump it in with another con. Gee…give us a break!!!!
Like · More · 1 hour ago
Martin Porter Jackie, climate change is basic physics and better understood than gravity.
Like · More · 27 minutes ago
Banjo Nick Water and air pollution is opposed by everyone except polluters. Including filthy car fetishists   The two words yoked together as Climate Change causes untold division. And is grist to the filthy media mills of Lord Lawson. Call it Pollution! And live without fridges and filthy fossil fuel cars. China’s demand for these nonessential items is catastrophic
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Posted by: nickwardscenarios | November 15, 2014

swamp brothers at mascara bar stoke newington london. 14th December.

14080345767531623769_10203004382256219_1345054941_n-1140614133741410565683_10152298400427635_1743668545_n-1photo-5Playing Mascara Stoke Newington with Swamp Brother Gene Thunderbolt 14 December.

http://www.mascarabar.co.uk

Posted by: nickwardscenarios | November 15, 2014

silver wand for nicola

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Posted by: nickwardscenarios | November 15, 2014

on Repubicanism as wedge

Justin Webb intervew with Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon on BBC Radio 4 ‘Today’, yesterday. Critique sent to Greenwise.

Quote:
From Nick Ward aka Banjo Nick
Sat, Nov 15, 2014 05:47 GMT

First Minister Nicola Sturgeon made mincemeat of Justin Webb when he trotted out the proto-fascist tory\ukip bilge that mongrel english should have voted on Scottish Independence.

An EU Referendum is dumb.

Yes Nicola and republicanism is a wedge.

In fairness to Justin he took it on the chin and became more intelligent. Please tap him with your silver wand more often. Alex must be chuffed. Sounds it. Bubbling with good humour. Better set Murdoch on him. Yes the Orator is running smooth. Running deep.

Excellent arrangement. Good on u for anti nukes sealed it. U are exceptionally easy to. Alex was a bit of a bloody firebrand. Temper the alarming bigotry and we win

Warm regards

Nick

Alice in Wonderland and James demonologie dialogues. Read Glenda. Something in there.

Posted by: nickwardscenarios | April 17, 2014

photos 4/3/2014 to date

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Books for Cooks, Blenhem Rd, Notting Hill

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Pirate Jack, Producer at work completing artwork, graphics and sequencing on my solo cd Roots

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Brighton Wednesday 19th March

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at Ben Paley and Tab Hunter’s weekly session at the Horse and Groom

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Horsham late on Thursday 20/3/2014

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slept here before presenting myself at Horsham Magistrates Court for my 4th anti-fracking hearing at  9.30am

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legal papers spread out for breakfast

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my view of Prosecution barrister Edwards’ treatment of poet Simon Walsh whose anti-fracking hearing I observed in Brighton on Thursday 20/3/2014. I read this out in court where I too was facing Edwards.

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freak hail storm in London as I begin to plan appeal

http://investigatingbalcombeandcuadrilla.com/2014/03/21/dog-walker-guilty-obstruction/

  • Today at 5:08 PM
To
  • LUCAS, Caroline
Congratulations …saw it live on BBC News. a great day for anti-fracking

From: “LUCAS, Caroline”
To: “LUCAS, Caroline”
Sent: Wednesday, 16 April 2014, 11:13
Subject: weekly news bulletin – Caroline Lucas MP for Brighton Pavilion

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