A TRIBUTE TO BRIAN HAW.

PLEASE MAKE YOUR VOICE HEARD.



                DAY 3669: MONDAY JUNE 20TH 2011.


       IN WESTMINSTER & AROUND THE WORLD.

Thank you very much to all the very many people who have written about their love for Brian and all his work.

The many messages of love and support for Brian are overwhelming.

Eddie Boyce: "...Never forgotten, forever missed."
Trevor Coker: "..his fight will continue..."
Deborah Williams: "Brian...my greatest inspiration.."
Tim Jennings: " He inspired me...."
Commonly known as Marcus: "The most important peace campaigner of a generation."
Chaise Guevara:"... enough integrity to put a nation to shame.If one tenth of us had one tenth of the tenacity he had..."

It really is the people who care about the people.

The Parliament Square Peace Campaign are considering ideas for a fitting tribute to Brian.

We would like as many people as possible to be involved in creating lasting tributes to the tireless work of Brian Haw.

The nature of any tribute could take many forms.

Please feel free to pop by and speak with members of the campaign about ideas you may have.

Alternatively you can contact us through our website or facebook page.

Some members of the campaign will be in Germany this week too, which will mean any help you can offer even for a few hours, in Parliament Square would be very much appreciated, during what is a very difficult time.

We look forward to hearing from you.

What Brian always wanted was that we the people really did have a voice that was heard.

We want your voice to be heard ...in Westminster and around the world.

Please believe that like Brian, you too, really can make the difference.

That most importantly we really can save lives

NOW

and make a better world for everyone.

Love, Peace & Justice For All.

from

The Parliament Square Peace Campaign

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" In a time of universal deceit, law abiding civilians trying to restore the real democracy of the peace and harmony of the rule of law is an evolutionary act."

 

(adapted from George Orwell)