Those who have read this blog over the months will know I have an intolerance of Intolerance and I hate Hate with twin passions that simply mirror those of the perpetrators; my weakness, my demons, my battle.

Today when I read the news of the dreadful and evil event at the mosque in Finsbury my first emotion was rage and came instinct to pick a social media fight with anyone who did not condemn this vile act, then I visited the Finsbury Park mosque site and good sense took over, inspired by the many of carry out small deeds  of charity and love for and to anyone irrespective of race, belief system, politics, creed, gender social grouping and so forth.

I sent a message of support to the mosque.

I urge you to do the same. The Hate-Mongers will not win.




      • That must have been a sight to see. No wonder it made your day. Yes, together we can overcome hate. One day I will write about growing up without acceptance. I have come a long way. Many thanks, Steve.

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  1. One of my favourite Martin Luther King quotes applies: “Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter.” Things like this terrible tragedy matter, and good people like you are making your voices heard. Good job, Roger!

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  2. Ha ha ha … now see, I would have imagined it going into his mouth and down his throat, thus prompting my to choke until he turned blue! I seem to have a bit of a cruel streak … 😮


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