On this day in 1962, Oswald Mosley and his fascist Blackshirts attempted to hold a meeting in Dalston, in London’s East End but, once again, was forced to call it off after the meeting was attacked by angry locals. Upon his arrival the crowd shouted “Down with Mosley!” and he was promptly beaten down.
Great video here: some comical speeded up 'windmilling' . See if you can spot Lohengrin ;) (only kidding)
Anyone been watching it? Been some decent games so far. The Dutch look quite pacy and skillful and the Germans are well..the Germans. Austria are the surprise package and France look like a team with a weight of expectation on their shoulders. England look in good form and coached by a welshman.
I just watched this on iPlayer, a seriously brilliant documentary which answers a few questions that a lot of people on here have been asking/discussing, Suicide bombers, Assad, Gadaffi, Trump, Blair, Putin it's all here.
The definitive Welsh Assembly Loony Party Manicfesto 2016
We will feed the Welsh dragon as its looking a bit thin due to government cuts We will try to find a breeding pair of dragons as the Welsh Dragon is an endangered species. We will Report the Welsh dragon to the monopolies commission (there is only One) In the Interests of national security we will ban all Leeks from the Welsh Assembly canteen To save money we will reduce the Welsh assembly from 60 seats to 5 and create the Welsh Ensemble . Man versus horse and Bog snorkling to be an Olympic sport. We will create massive factories in South Wales manufacturing Bird nests and noodles and then flood china with them… well they did it to our steel, We will Legalise Broccoli We will give the Letter K a sound We will have different Coloured Dragons on the Welsh Flag. Anyone over 5 years old who can hold a crayon will be eligible to vote. We will Introduce Mermaids to Tiger Bay to increase tourism. We will make Swansea Airport the Hub of the Welsh Space Program. We promise that should we be elected we will not initiate any of our policies.
A friend of mine just made it to base camp as part of a trek for Cancer. The pictures she took were incredible and it was a pretty interesting journey with a blizzard and one or two avalanches. Weather went from 70degrees to sub zero within a few hours on the last part of the trail.
Can anyone recommend any good books or documentaries on the subject? I've become fascinated with some of the stories. Would love to do the base camp trek one day but not so sure of that scary airport at Lukla