Thursday, 14 May 2009

Rupert Read Endorsed By Human Rights Activist, Writer and Broadcster Craig Murray

From the latest post on Craig Murray's blog:

http://www.craigmurray.org.uk/

Who Do We Vote For?

With Euro and local elections coming up, it is tempting to not vote at all. But if we give up on democracy, the alternatives will prove much worse. So please do vote - for change.

My advice is, if you can find a candidate you know to be a good man, you should vote for him regardless of party.

For example, out of the whole country, in the Euro elections I would vote for Rupert Read in the Eastern Region of England. Rupert is an honest and hard working man with a passionate concern for the environment and for the quality of life in this country. He sees the need for a society not motivated solely by greed. He is that rare thing in modern politics - somebody who wants to serve, not to rule.

1 Comments:

Blogger Jim Jay said...

This is really good Craig Murray's support is a real feather in your cap.

14 May 2009 at 11:39  

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From the latest post on Craig Murray's blog:

http://www.craigmurray.org.uk/

Who Do We Vote For?

With Euro and local elections coming up, it is tempting to not vote at all. But if we give up on democracy, the alternatives will prove much worse. So please do vote - for change.

My advice is, if you can find a candidate you know to be a good man, you should vote for him regardless of party.

For example, out of the whole country, in the Euro elections I would vote for Rupert Read in the Eastern Region of England. Rupert is an honest and hard working man with a passionate concern for the environment and for the quality of life in this country. He sees the need for a society not motivated solely by greed. He is that rare thing in modern politics - somebody who wants to serve, not to rule.
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