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28 August 2007
Write a letter: annoy a warmonger.
Following on from last night's posting, four e-mails arrived today, all basically asking the same question: what can the writer do to keep the harkis out?

My answer was pretty much the same for each one: write to your MP, but also write to the local newspaper. Use the talking points that I set out recently, and get your letter off.

I also advised them to talk to friends and to spread the word around their estate. This is just the issue that will disgust ordinary people, and should encourage them to put pen to paper.

Other than that, the scum who want to save face by bringing these traitors over have already suffered one split in their ranks, and as I pointed out almost a week ago, the campaign to save the harkis seems moribund.

However, for the cost of an envelope, a sheet of writing paper and a stamp, you can help put the boot very firmly in the people who cheered on this mess in the first place.

So please get writing: Not our war! Not our harkis! Not our problem!

I'm enjoying this!

28 August 2007 at 13:29  

I was enjoying it, but then got a bit bored. At the end of that day, all of this is just and extra bit of icing on the cake. The real joy will come when the recriminations start, and various warmongers start playing the blame game.

29 August 2007 at 01:30  

Good luck with this one. I am sick of Iraq.

29 August 2007 at 14:50  


Me too! It's not just the soldiers that we have lost, and the Iraqis who have also been killed, what gets right up my nose is fact that the political agenda has been hijacked.

When are we going to talk about a plan for re-industrialisation, repeal the trades union laws, or start the campaign of re-nationalisation?

God knows.

29 August 2007 at 19:45  

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