reply to post by AnonymousFem
I fully understand your predicament, as such sufferings as yours is now worldwide. I wish I could do more for you, for you are only my fellow human
brother, but I am not a UK citizen and would probably be deported the moment I land in Heathrow AIrport.
I could still write letters to your legislatives on your behalf or even PM, but it will never even go beyond their most junior interns, let alone
This is something that you will have to stand up for, more so in these critical times, if you cherish your freedom instead of enslavement, if not for
yourself but for the sake of the innocent next generations.
You will not and never be alone, for many, within the great united kingdoms, are feeling and suffering or soon to suffer as you. You need to discuss
and debate such issues further with your family, relatives, friends and social networks. Get them to understand the fully and bigger picture of what
is happening and what it entails, and hopefully, by their free will and conscience, make themselves be heard.
It is not enough to be just a voice on the internet, for one will be easily ignored, just as I am here.
Make your presence felt to your leaders, down your tools if necessary, for what is a job if it means you wont have even enough to feed on let alone
feed your family after paying the various taxes to let bankers enjoy the good life?
There is no need for violence. Just make a stand along with your likeminded social circle, and with no one working the economy, the lifeblood of your
elite's blood sucking, will for once sit up and listen, and being the supposed 'leaders', come up with better solutions, not that there aren't.
They just need to think of the sovereign people for once, and not their pay masters the banking elites.
We, mankind, are not without hope or solutions for our delimma in the greatest test of our generation. Good luck to you and the all the good folks of
the United Kingdom! :-)