Some personal thoughts on a useful day in London.
A few brief reflections.
When I was last in London – to campaign on behalf of survivors of the Jersey Child Abuse Disaster, regular readers will recollect that I did a brief post from my PDA then.
And here I am again – same cause – same battle.
I’m staying as a guest of a formidable childrens’ rights campaigner, and have had the privillage of speaking to several other ‘heavey-wieghts’ in the field.
It’s so sad – in so many ways that I can come to London for the occasional day – and get more support, empathy and understanding towards our cause than we’d get in 12 months from anyone in authority in Jersey.
I’m very worried about some of the survivors – who have found this whole battle just too demanding; especialy so – given the utter and implacable obstructions of the Jersey oligharcy.
But we have allys – strong allys; we must all be strong.
Sooner or later – the Jersey oligarchy will have to recognise that – this time – they are not just going to be able to stay in thier bunker – until the storm has past.
This time – justice is coming.
And if the average member of the Jersey oligarchy were not so enfeebled with defference and fear – they’d be telling the the Bailhache Brothers – and the rest of the clowns who got them into this mess – “it’s time to go”.
In the mean time – the battle goes on.