Wednesday, May 24, 2006

An event well worth supporting

If the British and American military refuse to fight in the NWO's illegal wars, the game will be up for the militaristic junta who have gained control of both major parties on either side of the Atlantic. That's why it's important to give all the support we can to brave people like Malcolm Kendall-Smith who have refused to take part in an illegal conflict. When you sign up to serve in HM Armed Forces you do not sign an oath pledging to take part in illegal invasions of sovereign states for the purpose of private corporations plundering the country's assets- you pledge to 'Defend the Realm'. It's time we remembered that.

MALCOLM BENEFIT TICKETS NOW ON SALE

Malcolm Kendall-Smith is the RAF officer now serving an eight month prison sentence for refusing to return to duty in Iraq because he believes the war is illegal. His case has clearly struck a deep chord with many people. Within days of the announcement of a Stop the War benefit to help Malcolm pay his £20,000 legal costs, we have beenflooded with requests for information on ticket availability. On Wednesday 28 June at 7.30pm, at St James Church in London'sPiccadilly, Tony Benn will be joined in A NIGHT OF CONSCIENCE by comedians Mark Thomas and Mark Steel, composer Michael Nyman, actress Janet Suzman, playwright Caryl Churchill, film director Ken Loach,singer Ed Harcourt and many others from film, stage, television and politics.Tickets are now on sale at £15 and can be bought in one of three ways:
ONLINE: http://tinyurl.com/z5vsxBY TELEPHONE: 020 7278 6694
BY CHEQUE made payable to "Stop the War Coalition" and sent to 27, Britannia Street, London WC1X 9JPA NIGHT OF CONSCIENCE A benefit for Malcolm Kendall-Smith
WEDNESDAY 28 JUNE 7.30 PMST
JAMES CHURCHPICCADILLY, LONDONFOR FULL DETAILS OF THE BENEFIT AND HOW TO GIVE YOUR SUPPORT TO MALCOLM, GO TO: http://tinyurl.com/z5vsx

2 comments:

Peter Nolan said...

And what the fuck exactly is there to plunder in Afghanistan? Haji Abdul's goats?

Neil Clark said...

You obviously haven't heard of Unocal Corporation's 1500 km pipeline project across Afghanistan from Turkmenistan to Pakistan (nice, democratic, freedom loving countries those!)You may though have heard of one of Unocal's ex-employees. He's called Hamid Karzai.....
http://www.iacenter.org/afghan/afghan-nato.htm