George Rolph is a disabled 60 year old gentleman from Great Britain who began a hunger strike over a week ago in protest over the disgusting way that Atos, the IT company employed by the British ConDem government, for £100mil of British taxpayers money per annum, has treated him regards to his disability, by medical… Continue reading The Story of George Rolph (Part i)
Police have charged a Berkshire man for the daylight killing of teenager Keiran Crump Raiswell on a Manchester street on 16th January 2013. Raiswell died after being stabbed at a bus stop. There are incidents like this happening frequently in the UK, some get reported in the media, whilst others don’t…I believe that all murders… Continue reading Justice?
When we think about gun and knife crime in the UK, people automatically stereo-type it as gang killings, drug related incidents, all relative to our youth. Most imagine hoodies, black skin, broken homes and inner city mentalities. Over time, I have learned that these stereo-types belong to middle working class minds or people who think… Continue reading Breaking the Stereo-Type
It’s 9.30am and my household is still asleep, no doubt avoiding the effects of last night’s celebrations – I can envisage several headaches worming their way into my lounge before lunchtime today. I visited Facebook already and the world of social networking seems a happy and positive place…I thank the Mayans whole-heartedly for getting it… Continue reading Hello to 2013!!