Thursday, 16 October 2014
CARPE DIEM - SEIZE THE DAY
On 5th November I will be in London for the Anonymous #MillionMasksMarch to protest at the UK's blackout of the truth behind Madeleine's McCann's disappearance and the hounding to death of an innocent woman who did no more than express her opinion online.
Anyone wishing to join me, with a mask or without, will be welcome. There will be no lists of names, no records kept, and revealing identities will be optional. I will probably set up somewhere near Trafalgar Square with a big flask of coffee and maybe a sign declaring 'I'm Brenda Leyland'!
The official March begins at 6.pm, and as we do not yet know how big the crowds will be (there will be lots of people marching for different causes) I will give out a mobile contact number nearer the day. If anyone is willing to help on any organising aspects, I would be very grateful! Otherwise it may be a case of us all gathering at Trafalgar Square until someone shouts ACEEED, and blows a whistle! ;)
If there are any budding film producers or photographers, and nimble fingered tweeters, you will be especially welcome - as long as anonymity is respected. Unfortunately, the malicious way in which the McCanns have run their media campaign has made anonymity essential in most cases. Recent events have shown how the McCann supporters track down their critics, so no need to make it easy for them.
I want to show that questioning the disappearance of an innocent child is nothing to be ashamed of and that we are ordinary people who have researched this case, rather than the evil trolls, the media portrays.
So many of my friends and family said when they heard the news of Brenda's death, that it could have been me, the truth is, it could have been any one of us. We should not be made to live in fear of the media and the police for voicing our opinions. Conspiracy is not a taboo word! Conspiracies can and do happen, unfortunately so many people are indoctrinated to the extent that they cover their ears, eyes and mouths the moment the word is uttered. Its a bit like when you say the word 'sit' to dog!