Stuart LittlewoodAs the majority of us sit in our comfy homes around the world and type on our blogs; We should all be supportive of these regular folk just like us who saved money and asked for donations from strangers in order to sacrifice their own personal lives and time, being away from family over both Christmas and New Year, driving for almost 30 days, sleeping in all sorts of places, not having a decent meal or rest, all because they care about Gaza.
“I pledge that the UK will remain in the forefront of the humanitarian effort,” says Mr Brown. No, Viva Palestina are at the forefront while Brown and the other loafers twiddle their thumbs.
Dear Convoy: a message from Noam Chomsky!…
Despite the media blackout, which is a disgrace, this is turning out to be a really spectacular triumph, I think, and it’s hard to express properly my admiration and respect for those who are directly engaged.
It has to be a shot in the arm for the people in Gaza, and might stir up some opposition to the dictatorship in Egypt, which is exposing its brutality daily — to everyone except the US media (hope it’s better elsewhere). And I think a lot of people are going to come back home really invigorated.
Good luck in what lies ahead.
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