This site has been getting its fair share of traffic so I have decided to post something that I’ve been meaning to get off my chest and in doing so help a charity out at same time.
It’s probably another subject I as a Rangers fan am not allowed to have a view on without being called a bigot or the threat of my door being kicked in at the crack of dawn by Salmond’s Storm troopers.
I didn’t know Lee Rigby but I will not remember him as the man lying lifeless on the streets of Woolwich
I will remember him like this
Full of life, doing more in that short life than most of us, even if we live to 110 could not boast off.
I will not remember the Black man covered in blood with weapons in his hand.
I will remember the Black Woman and her daughter who broke past those two maniacs and knelt beside Lee Rigby
The woman, still too distraught to talk about it son said
“She only wanted to help the poor guy – she’s a mum. That’s what mums do – motherly love. As far as she is concerned, that could have been me there on the ground,” he said.
“No man should die like that, alone and unhelped.”
I will not remember the hate filled man spouting out Violent anti British and anti-establishment bile.
I will remember the strength and bravery of Ingrid Loyau-Kennett. Who jumped off a passing bus to see if she could help the murdered soldier and then remonstrated with the two suspects.
Mrs Loyau – Kennett, a cub scout leader from Cornwall, no doubt would only say she was fulfilling The Scout Promise.
That is too
On my honour, I promise that I will do my best,
To do my duty to God and to the Queen,
To help other people,
And to keep the Scout Law.
If you would like to help I have provide a few links to the help the heroes’ foundation.
A Charity that had its reputation slandered and called all manner of thing by a BBC documentary spouting falsehoods for which it had to apologise very recent to this atrocity.
01725 513212 Mon – Fri 9am – 5pm
You don’t just have to donate.
There is a shop where you can buy help the heroes hoodies and T-shirts.
With all profits going to charity and giving you a chance to wear it with pride and head held up high.
Rest in Peace Drummer Lee Rigby
You did your country proud; you did not die in Vain!