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Why I Joined Liberty

Published 30 June 2016 in Activism - 0 Comments

Well, in a nutshell, it was recommended that I do so ….. See, I have been following the Human Right’s Blog Law, Rights & Peaches for a number of months – casually dipping my toe in grand affairs that I am out of my depth in. After a while I plucked up the courage to […]

Letter #5

Published 28 June 2016 in Activism - 0 Comments

Dear Andrew Jones MP, Thank you for your continued correspondence – it is nice to see democracy in action. Belonging to the Mother Of All Parliaments seems a daunting task. A task that does not always go the way of sense. Brexit was such a case – however, it was democratically chosen by the British […]

A British Person’s View Of Brexit

Published 24 June 2016 in Activism - 0 Comments

Where to start, really. I woke up on Tuesday in Great Britain and will fall asleep today (Friday) in Little England. Hats off to the Leave Campaign. They fought a very aggressive campaign and won. We live in a democracy and ultimately we will suffer the Government we deserve. I am grateful that I have […]

Letter #4

Published 20 June 2016 in Activism - 0 Comments

Dear Andrew Jones MP, As you may be aware from our previous correspondence, I have a passion for Human Rights and environmental campaigns – it is about the rights of the Munduruku people and the plight of the Amazon that I am writing to you now. As you will be aware, the Olympics will start […]

Letter #3

Published 11 June 2016 in Activism - 0 Comments

I am a white, middle class man. I have no right to tell a woman what to do with her body. However, people listen to white, middle class men – so – if I can gain that bit more freedom for oppressed women around the world then it is worth a go. I had been […]

The Day We Went Bat Hunting

Published 6 June 2016 in Creativity - 0 Comments

After a farily uneventful weekend of sleep and slobbing, I decided to try and make one last hurrah for the weekend. The plan conspired after a telephone call to my Dad who mentioned that the Bats had started to fly around Dark Walk Woods on an evening. I figured I had the right sort of […]