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SATURDAY, OCT 1, 2011  |  16 comments
Christian farmer tells Rihanna to ‘cover up’
A Christian farmer in Northern Ireland who allowed pop star Rihanna to film a music video in his wheat field, asked her to leave when he saw she was half naked.

Farmer Alan Graham also encouraged the global star – infamous for her risqué performances – to seek after God and his Son Jesus Christ.

Commentator Yasmin Alibhai-Brown backed Mr Graham. She said: “In his small, humble way, this farmer demonstrated a kind of strength and conviction that used to be commonplace in society — and which, to our shame, has almost disappeared.” ...


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News Item10/12/11 7:00 PM
John UK | Wales  Contact via emailFind all comments by John UK
San Jose John wrote:
Being a techie-guy I'd like to see that canal--and the old tin mines if/whenever I get over there. Before my dad went there, all I'd heard about Cornwall was the tin mining that took place there.
Ahh the mines. Those were the days when many Cornish towns and villages were covered in a white powder and looked quite ghostly. I remember driving past St Austell for the first time - it was spooky, bro.

You can get some idea of the canal and see a picture or two by binging Bude Canal. It's fascinating. Bude and area is one of those places where you can view the sea from a clifftop and, if the sky is the right colour, the sea is a striking inky blue, like you see in some foreign countries. Almost unreal, and never forgotten. I hope you get the chance to visit, Cornwall sure is a worthwhile place to explore. But don't expect to understand the local accent. They talk very fast, and it is hardly English.

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News Item10/11/11 11:47 AM
San Jose John | San Jose, CA  Find all comments by San Jose John
John UK wrote:
It is a lovely area, John. Bude is very popular. Of unusual interest is the freshwater canal which runs into the sea via locks. I'd never seen one before nor since.
Being a techie-guy I'd like to see that canal--and the old tin mines if/whenever I get over there. Before my dad went there, all I'd heard about Cornwall was the tin mining that took place there.
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News Item10/3/11 2:07 PM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
San Jose John wrote:
Back in the 1980s my dad worked for Lockheed in or around Bude, Cornwall. The locals called the building where my dad worked "the spy base" because it was surrounded by giant satellite dish antennas and was a high security (black project) area. He was there long enough to acquire lots of Cornwall paraphernalia, much of it with likenesses of Charles and Dianna, they being the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall. Wish I could've gone with him. Looks like a neat place.
It is a lovely area, John. Bude is very popular. Of unusual interest is the freshwater canal which runs into the sea via locks. I'd never seen one before nor since.
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News Item10/2/11 6:55 PM
San Jose John | San Jose, CA  Find all comments by San Jose John
Back in the 1980s my dad worked for Lockheed in or around Bude, Cornwall. The locals called the building where my dad worked "the spy base" because it was surrounded by giant satellite dish antennas and was a high security (black project) area. He was there long enough to acquire lots of Cornwall paraphernalia, much of it with likenesses of Charles and Dianna, they being the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall. Wish I could've gone with him. Looks like a neat place.
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News Item10/2/11 5:58 PM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
Mike wrote:
Thanks for the mention of Cornwall, reminding me of pleasant time spent meandering the coastal path, John. A most lovely place.
True enough Mike. I guess it brought back some memories. I spent a year living down there at Porthallow, when I worked at the Goonhilly Downs satellite station. Ahh, 'twas all a long time ago.
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News Item10/2/11 5:47 PM
RP  Find all comments by RP
John UK wrote:
I believe a councilor is voted in by the people at elections just like a general election where members of parliament are voted for. Question 2 - pass. 3 - yes. 4 - the poor taxpayer, of course.
Then in response to Cliff, I would have to dissent in part. I am a Christian, yet he cannot speak for me, but in part. I could not give Mr. Graham my full approval. I believe it is commendable the stand that he took against immorality. The article stated he was not familiar with the singer so when he saw that he was wrong to allow it in the first place, he 'took heaven by storm' as I read in Mr. Watson's book, just now. His will was resolute to do what his conscience told him would get between him and heaven. May the Lord show him and all of his children those things in all areas of life. What is it in our lives that will come between us and heaven in our race; granting a resolution of will as Mr. Watson spoke of. As he said: "danger must be despised, difficulties trampled upon and terrors contemned. This is the first thing in holy violence: resolution of will; I will have heaven whatever it cost me, and this resolution must be in the strength of Christ." His next points were 2.vigor of affection to Christ and 3. strength of endeavor.
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News Item10/2/11 5:43 PM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
John UK wrote:
The UK is run locally by councils. A counciler is the rep between the council and the people. You can see what apects of life they deal with on this example of a council in Cornwall, England
Thanks for the mention of Cornwall, reminding me of pleasant time spent meandering the coastal path, John. A most lovely place.
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News Item10/2/11 5:18 PM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
RP wrote:
How is he appointed to his position and to whom is he accountable? Is it a paid position,
if so who pays him?
Wow that's a tough question or four. I don't vote, but I believe a councilor is voted in by the people at elections just like a general election where members of parliament are voted for. Question 2 - pass. 3 - yes. 4 - the poor taxpayer, of course.
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News Item10/2/11 4:54 PM
RP  Find all comments by RP
RP wrote:
What is a local Counciler? Unfamiliar with the terminology.
How is he appointed to his position and to whom is he accountable? Is it a paid position,
if so who pays him?
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News Item10/2/11 4:36 PM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
RP wrote:
What is a local Counciler? Unfamiliar with the terminology.
The UK is run locally by councils. A counciler is the rep between the council and the people. You can see what apects of life they deal with on this example of a council in Cornwall, England
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News Item10/2/11 4:12 PM
RP  Find all comments by RP
Cliff Leckey wrote:
Its nice for the Province to hit the headlines for the right reason of upholding Biblical Morality. Well done Mr Graham.
Incidently Alan Graham is a well known local Counciler & for this stand earns full approval of all Christians.
What is a local Counciler? Unfamiliar with the terminology.
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News Item10/2/11 4:02 PM
Cliff Leckey | N. Ireland  Find all comments by Cliff Leckey
Its nice for the Province to hit the headlines for the right reason of upholding Biblical Morality. Well done Mr Graham.
Incidently Alan Graham is a well known local Counciler & for this stand earns full approval of all Christians.
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News Item10/2/11 10:19 AM
jodi | surrey british canada  Contact via emailFind all comments by jodi
Yes I applaud you Mr.Graham we need more people to take a stand. Let's follow his example. Well done my friend.
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News Item10/1/11 12:17 PM
Carlos | Albuquerque  Find all comments by Carlos
What a great story! This was obviously God speaking to Rhianna through Mr. Graham. I pray she is convicted by the spririt of God & changes her ways, Lord save her soul!
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News Item10/1/11 7:20 AM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
It was good to see on the main news a barn in the background with a massive painted John 3:16 in Authorised Version. Excellent! And it may even have done her some good, as you can be sure she won't meet many Christians in the glittery false world she lives in.
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News Item10/1/11 5:55 AM
Elise | Scotland  Find all comments by Elise
Well done Mr Graham.
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