It was only ever a Matter of Time says ‘The Guardian’ :
‘It was only ever a matter of time. This strike at parliament took aim directly at the heart of British democracy. It was perhaps meant to reach the prime minister – for today, the day of prime minister’s questions, was the one day when her movements would be well known – but more probably it was, like the attack in Berlin just before Christmas, simply an attempt to hit at a European centre of power.’
London isn’t what it used to be. One slipped through the net.
The Westminster PC.
It’s all Turtles. Releasing the Turtles into the ocean.
I am beginning to hear an ancient song.
The West Wind has moved.
You’ll forget the sun in his jealous sky as we walk in fields of gold
So she took her love for to gaze awhile upon the fields of barley
In his arms she fell as her hair came down among the fields of gold.’
The Twilight Language.
From BBC News :
‘Police have identified Khalid Masood as the man who carried out the Westminster attack, as the death toll rose to five.
Kent-born Masood, who was shot dead by police, had not been the subject of any current police investigations, but had a range of previous convictions.
Masood drove into pedestrians on Westminster Bridge before crashing his car into railings and then running into the grounds of Parliament, armed with a knife.
He stabbed PC Palmer before being shot dead.’
He’s A Gent.
The Ghost In The Machine.
From ‘Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency’ :
“Perhaps ghosts exists like wave patterns” suggested Richard, “like interference patterns between the actual with the possible. There would be irregular peaks and troughs, like in a musical waveform”.
And Cloud Atlas has gone international and is now accessible to everyone.
From BBC News :
‘Since its first publication in 1896, the International Cloud Atlas has become an important reference tool for people working in meteorological services, aviation and shipping.
The first edition contained 28 coloured photographs and set out detailed standards for classifying clouds. The last full edition was published in 1975 with a revision in 1987, which quickly became a collector’s item.
Now, embracing the digital era, the new atlas will initially be available as a web portal, and accessible to the public for the first time.’
And continuing an archaeological dig into the past.
Fear is the Key.
Amsterdam is the capital city of Holland. And my past tells me Room 101 is in Amsterdam.
Why does my friend not remember not falling into a canal in Amsterdam ?
And the Hotel Room in Amsterdam and Brighton.
The death of Jeanette, the Dutch assassin and the sensation of being shot. This is not a very pleasant scene from the movie ‘Munich’ so be warned. In fact it’s horrible but it wants to go in.
And Khalid Masood.
‘Munich’ – Wiki :
‘After the murder of 11 Israeli athletes and their coach at the 1972 Olympics, the Israeli government secretly assigns Avner Kaufman (Eric Bana) to carry out a series of strategic retaliations. With the help of a driver (Daniel Craig), a forger (Hanns Zischler), a bomb-maker (Mathieu Kassovitz) and a former soldier (Ciarán Hinds), Avner conducts a worldwide operation, targeting 11 individuals. As the assassinations pile up, Avner begins to doubt the morality of his actions.’
What don’t we remember ?
But on a brighter note, Haydn’s Creation is on at The Harlequin on the 25th March and it is also my daughter’s birthday.
Happy Birthday, Rebecca. I Love You 🙂 .