Heard only English spoken as I walk about.
Not seen a single muslim rag bag on a woman's head.
For a million pounds I could buy a large house in its own grounds.
NO potholes every few yards in the road.
Only Conservative election posters to be seen. Not a left wing loony in sight.
Common sense is the order of the day.
I have spent the past four days in South Devon taking a bit of a break from my daily life. What a refreshing time it has been. Just how different this part of the country is compared to where I live.
So why do I not turn my back on North Buckinghamshire where I currently reside and enjoy a better life here in a what must be one of the last parts of REAL England ?
There is no doubt many aspects of life here would be far better but there are disadvantages.
No potholes but the roads are a nightmare ! Driving is a chore. I have become used to a good road system,even if it is potholed like crazy, taking but a few moments to get from A to B. However, even the roads here and what I anticipate would be congestion in the summer has to be better than driving in London aka The Armpit Of England. NO I do not live in London !
I wonder what it would be like here in the winter when the bad weather comes along ?
I went into a charity shop two days ago and paid £1 for a brand new Next shirt. There were two Charles Tyrwhitt shirts, also new, priced at £1 each - buy those in a Charlie Tywhitt outlet and they would cost you fifty quid a piece. I got two pieces of hand crafted Italian glass, easily worth a hundred pounds each, for just £2 an item. I told the woman running the shop her prices were way too cheap but she just smiled and said it was fine.
Is it any wonder I could buy a million pound mansion with six bedrooms, four receptionrooms and an indoor swimming pool so easily.
Ah there's a problem - I can not swim.
Still the vast area of garden about the property would be fantastic.
So why don't I move away from North Buckinghamsire and live in the better world of South Devon ?
Good question ?
I don't think I could cope with the upheaval of a move. I do not want to move so far away from my family and my friends. No, that lovely property I saw in the estate agent's window will not be having me as its new resident.
But am I wrong to think that life would be better in a cleaner environment where the street is not the place to throw your rubbish ? Where English is the language of England ? Where islamification has yet to reach out ? Where roads are properly maintained ? Where socialism does not exist ? Where common sense is the norm ?
You tell me.