I hope I will not cry alone. #Solidarity #Vote Labour


There are several people saying websites down. Social Media being curbed. The army is on our streets. Silence is not golden. Who is defending freedom, and democracy as we lurch towards a one-party-state? The right wing press is abhorrent.

Readers of evil Daily Mail and the Sun being taken in by scare tactics and lies of the establishment. I want none of it, or them.

We must support and work for peace, liberty, equality, fraternity and justice.

We must not underestimate how far they go to protect their obscene wealth. They are trying to silence us. And this is when we need each other, not isolation. 😦

“First they came for the Socialists, and I did not speak out-

Because I was not a Socialist.”

Then they came for the Trade Unionists, and I did not speak out—

Because I was not a Trade Unionist.

Then they came for the Jews, and I did not speak out—

Because I was not a Jew.

Then they came for me—and there was no one left to speak for me.”

I hope I will not cry alone.

Peace and Solidarity, not Division #VoteLabour


So, Jeremy Corbyn, winner of the Gandhi Peace prize wants us to all come together in solidarity, to support one another, while Theresa May, after the death of poor children, whose lives we still mourning , wants to divide us, frighten us, and put the army on our streets?
Why, when the man responsible was known to authorities did this atrocity occur? Why have police numbers been cut to the bone, when she was a home secretary? Why use hatred to divide us for political gain? Why?

It is despicable that Theresa May seeks to use this for political gain. It is shameful, callous and wrong. Could it be because the Labour Party’s policies are caring and popular? Could it be because people are noticing, and want to hear Jeremy Corbyn speak? Is she trying to stop free speech and discussion? Is she trying to halt the democratic process.

Terrorism will not weaken us. It will not halt our democracy, We want to rebuild society. We want homes, and educated people. We want jobs. We want a health service. We want a clean planet. We want to be secure and safe. We don’t want all our resources going to profits for very rich people, while our people starve.  Austerity is a political choice.

We want peace. We don’t want to be inflicting death on children by bombs or starvation.

That’s why we need a new start, and to Vote Labour on June 8th.

Gandhi Peace Prize Jeremy Corbyn