Let your reasonable, informed, intelligent voice be heard in London starting at 11.00am on Saturday 14 May in this sensible gathering that asks the government to act firmly on the massive debt problem that Gordon Brown has burdened this country with.
According to the Rally Against Debt (RAD) website: “We all think that the national debt is a really serious issue and it would be immoral to leave it to future generations, we need substantial spending cuts sooner rather than later to avoid seeing more and more of our taxes go on debt interest not paying for services”. Which makes absolute sense, in fact it is the only way forward as has been pointed out on here several times.
Here is the Facebook event page where you can sign up for the Rally Against Debt. On this site Guy Woodward says: “I’ve always been reluctant to protest about anything, as I consider there to be many more effective ways of achieving things. However, for the first time ever this is an issue that I believe is worthy of demonstration. If the media is dominated solely by the anti-cuts brigade, people will begin to think only one opinion exists in this country”. A sentiment that is hard to fault.