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Protest in Bratislava

protestbratislava This is a picture of the protest in Bratislava outside the British Embassy today. I have edited the photo to keep Surrey County Council happy as they have complained about my blog.
I have asked them what is wrong with my blog and they have not yet told me. It remains, however, that permission to appeal was granted today.
It is important to remember that the law must be the same for all citizens. Hence if Slovak citizens win appeals in the English courts then so should English people.
I was pleased that the family who went to court today are committed to fighting for everyone whatever race, religion or nationality. We met on the House of Commons Terrace.

Comments

J2R said…
I am behind all action and protests to stop the breakup of families forcing children through traumatic and uncaring experiences caused by the interference and evil within local authorities and the British Government. Many children are unnecessarily taken into care - they tried to put me into care because I had epilepsy but I was too bright for them to cope with, made threats and became too disruptive so they let me back home and I got back into mainstream school. If I hadn't got out of this I would have become unsafe.
Jake Maverick said…
non physical entities can't make complaints in the same way it's not non physical entities that go around murdering, torturing, abducting and raping people...

do you respond to anonymous threats John?
I don't--- i just lan on waiting until the threats become violent again and hope I have the strnegth to at least try and defend myself...continued attempts at communication only provokes more violence.

and how come you get complaints and the rest of us get anonymous threats/ attacks? do they have 'special people' for dealing with MPs/ non serfs?

did u get permission to publish that guy's photo WITH the censorship? he seems to be consenting for the photo...but i doubt he consneted to the misrepresentation/ censorship....

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