This Is What You See At The The British Parliament
submachine gun carrying Brit cops (shown above) ready
It’s all rather pathetic really and a total overkill, although
Seizure mentality is always the friend of the secutity
No wonder a few weeks ago police CS gas was readily used
Uncle Monty w/guide Eric Miller.
To get inside parliament, one must also pass though airport-style security and have one’s mugshot taken and your person searched. No public toilets are available to visitors until at least half way thru the guided tour that was conducted in my case by the before-mentioned urbane Eric Miller, who has only been doing such for the past three months. He’s a retired British civil servant, he told me. Thankfully, no mobile phones can be used during the Visitor Route and must be shut off. I only wish those God-damn and menacing cellphone users were ban everywhere. They invade my quiet space at every turn with every Tom, Dick and Harry armed with such electronic gadgets that now creates a nation of nameless zombies that forever talk and talk about nothing all day and every day from morning 'til night. I hope the Chinese military will one day zap all mobiles to make then absolutely useless for future generations. I hate all cellphones - period. I don't have any desire even to own one, let alone ever to use.
My public note of many thanks to Simon Hughes, M.P. and Norman
Baker, M.P, along with Simon’s able parliamentary assistant Jake
Beavan, for sponsoring my memorable and first and British visit to
the palatial Lords and Commons. Without them, I would not have
seen inside parliament like I did. Again, thanks ever so much ...
I thoroughly enjoyed my visit thanks also to Eric Miller’s
insightful presentation of the history of the Palace
of Westminister. Thanks to you Eric, too ...