There can be no
relent in the pursuit of better standards of articulation and discourse
among our constituents
wherever they may be if we are to endure as a human race
in what is a
worthwhile enough existence - lofty
and idea as that is for all too many I
fear to hasten to add.
In this respect, there can be no greater gift than the example
British standards of courtesy in the past than that of the legacy of the
"Upstairs Downstairs" series, - a series which opens our eyes as to
a better way to be,
in the kinder treatment of women than the character of "James" in this
series" opts to be in his treatment of his wife at the time dear "Hazel"
- a fine human
being I say!
Similar examples of needed improvement in our midst come from a showing
of dear Jane Austen's best work - "Pride and Prejudice" which gets the
of "Darcy" under the scope as to his mindset and approach to the issue
and their fair treatment in respect of what to fathom to
say of their
countenance and spirit - in fairness, and without malicious intention
or so we can only hope for - in the future, with his lesson in mind.
The best of comedy has always been British of course in such fine
as Yes Minister and Yes Prime Minister, (an intelligent political series
a bit of cynical humour no doubt, along the way perhaps) along with the
of "Keeping up appearances" and most of all "Fawlty Towers" with dear
Beautifully spirited Ms. Connie Booth and hilarious antics too by John
The series "Waiting for god" has much sarcastic humour in the main,
the shoddy treatment of a beautiful British gal of Germanic spirit and
a witch of a woman character "Jane" (a bit of obviously
against the human spirit prevailing with a "pie in the face" is what I refer to
Michael Rizzo Chessman, Leader Euro British Coalition