Wednesday, 22 May 2013

Sad...Very Sad...

Sad, shell shocked, surreal, sickening, barbaric, unthinkable, despicable...a young soldier cut down with knives and machetes on the streets of Woolwich, South east London, in broad day light. Just shaking my head. Was it a terrorist attack? Was it two black men attacking a lone, helpless white soldier? I don't know.

One thing is clear to me: whoever hacked the innocent young man to death must be a mental case. No sane man would do that. He or they are not two sane human beings. They are lunatic animals masquerading the streets in human form.

Shaking my head...shouldn't a young man feel safe in his own country, on his streets? Shaking my head...sad sad times. My heart and prayers remain with the deceased's family. May they come to terms with their loss.

Thursday, 16 May 2013

Witches to Pay Hefty Fines if they Break Flying Rules!

I got an email containing this link from one of my most patriotic Fresh Angle readers...think I need to invent an acronym for all my avid readers that make my effort worth it!

Well, it was so hilarious, it had me laughing my head off. I couldn't trace the story to an official source, so it's difficult to verify. But, here is a raw version fromThe UK's Sun newspaper.

Have a fun-filled weekend!

HIGH-FLYING witches face arrest and a heavy fine if they break new laws, authorities in Swaziland have said.

Airspace rules in the southern African country have been tightened - and witches who fly above 150 metres face a R500,000 (£35,487) penalty.

Sabelo Dlamini, an official at the Swazi civil aviation authority said: “A witch on a broomstick should not fly above the [150 metre] limit."
No charges are planned for airborne witches who keep below the 150-metre 'ceiling'.
Witches’ broomsticks are deemed similar to any heavier-than-air mode of transport that takes flight.

Swazi brooms are short bundles of sticks tied together but without handles.
The new flying laws in the landlocked country follow the arrest of a private investigator who was caught using a toy drone.
He told authorities he was gathering surveillance information after police spotted him flying a mini helicopter with a video camera strapped to it.

Witchcraft is taken seriously in Swaziland where many people believe in the power of black magic

Saturday, 4 May 2013


It is always sheer joy and exhilaration to find a piece of music that is authentic, inspirational and out-of-the ordinary.

Beyond The Norm by Living Faith Connections' mass choir does not only tick all the boxes, it is a masterpiece that everyone should have on their shelves.

Reviewers have written about having to play the songs again and again because they can't get the music out of their heads.

Beyond the Norm is an ingenious blend of ballads, punk and rock. It does not only entertain, it leaves a resonance in your heart and spirit that blesses you immeasurably.

You can listen to sample tracks and buy your copy from amazon and all major online stores.