Being as what the British Prime Minister, elected on a manifesto promise to implement #Brexit, seems lately to have changed sides, and is now seeking the EU’s permission (for the second time) to delay Brexit, and even threatening to cancel it altogether, on her own authority, if she doesn’t get her own way (about which threat I hope to see her in court d’rec’ly), I thought the time had come for some satire, consisting of some extra verses to the ol’ negro spiritual mentioned in my Houston speech, “Let my people go“.
LET MY PEOPLE STAY
When Israel was in Egypt’s land Let my people go Oppressed so hard they could not stand Let my people go
Go down Moses Way down in Egypt land Tell old Pharaoh “Let my people go”
It is argued by some who identify as Christians, that true Christians should “apologise” to “LGBT people”, and march with them on their Pride marches, using this as an opportunity to share the gospel of Christ with them. There appears to some biblical support for this position in the following passage from the Gospel according to St Judas. Continue reading →
The UK trying to leaving the EU may turn out to be like Captain Yossarian trying to leave the air force, in Catch-22. I have written a song about this, entitled, “There’s a hole in my Brexit.” Here are the lyrics.
Me (left), my three sisters. and the younger of my two younger brothers. Taken when I was approximately eight years old.
My younger son, Noah Cornelius David Allman, the day he was born
The photograph at the top of (nearly) every page of this blog, was taken at a BBC hustings in 2015, I was standing as “Let every child have both parents” candidate, for the party Restore the Family for Children’s Sake. The dazzling spotlight effect is caused by the alignment of the sun with a small window at the back of the church and a break in the cloud cover, at the exact time I was giving my two-minute self-introduction.
From left to right, Noah, me and two children whose parents were from Nigeria, cared for by a family friend
Exeter School, September 2016 Old Exonians reunion. I am holding a photograph of our victorious house cross-country team