Colour blind

Yesterday I noticed the above coloured banner across the top of the main page of my blog. I didn’t order it to be placed there, nor did I have anything to do with its appearance and have written to WordPress requesting its removal.

I am colour blind as far as race, sexual orientation, religion and politics, and I am not in favour of any symbols being shown on my blog, for or against anything, unless I make the post.

I pay WordPress for the blog, so being the ultimate customer I consider that I have the right to post / remove what ever I want.

The various WordPress blogs that I follow also have the same coloured banner included on their main page, and I wonder how many have agreed to such an intrusive inclusion.

My original idea was to post a blog about 11.00 am on Sunday the 3rd of September seventy eight years ago, because today is also Sunday the 3rd of September, but in 2017.

0111709WW2TimelineI spoke to a lady this morning in church and asked her if she knew what was special about today. She thought for a minute and looked at me and said ‘I was eleven when Mr Chamberlain  spoke, and we were all gathered around the wireless.’ My friend was ninety earlier this year.

NevilleNeville Chamberlain.
I believe it is peace in our time.

king_george_viKing George VI during the speech he made on the 3rd September 1939.
The highest of distinction is service to others.

Australia declared war on the 3rd of September 1939.
Robert Menzies was Prime Minister

Canada declared war on the 10th September 1939.
William Lyon Mackenzie King was Prime Minister.

New Zealand declared war on the 3rd September 1939
Michael Joseph Savage was Prime Minister

South Africa declared war on the 4th September 1939.
The day Jan Smuts became Prime Minister.

 

 

 

 

 

Author: 1944april

Traveled a great deal - about 70 countries - first foreign country I suppose was Wales, which was only 80 miles away from where I was born. Visited each Continent, except Antarctica, and I doubt that it is on my bucket list - too cold. I love Asian food, Australian wine & British beer & trying to entertain by writing.

5 thoughts on “Colour blind”

  1. Do you have the coloured banner across your blog? Since posting yesterday I am beginning to think that the banner is only shown in Australia, on Australian produced blogs, and on overseas blogs opened in Australia. I opened your blog and the banner shows, but if I am correct the banner will not be visible to you. Friends in NZ tell me that the banner isn’t visible in their country.

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