Let’s turn our resistance into the biggest demonstration in British history this October 20th.
Moreover, let us turn October 20th into the springboard that will bring down the evil ConDem régime.
A government cannot govern without the consent, or at least the acquiescence of the majority of the governed.
This ConDem junta has no democratic mandate to drive through policies and introduce systems which are killing sick and/or disabled people and which will drive millions of others into indentured slavery.
It is time for us, the people of Britain, to stand up against barbarism and a return to the days of the workhouse for able-bodied folk and institutionalisation for disabled people.
Only by uniting as one – the progressive anti-austerity majority of our country – and engaging in acts of peaceful civil disobedience, general strikes, unofficial walk-outs and economic blockades can we put an end to the tyranny which is being imposed upon us and which, shamefully, the so-called ‘opposition’ supports.
As disabled people we must must join with the grassroots trade union movement to demand that the union bosses unite for a general strike! And a general strike that will stay out until this ConDem junta falls!
We must FIGHT TO WIN THIS TIME!
NOT ONE MORE DEATH! NOT ONE MORE ATTACK!
We need a new way.
Power concedes nothing without a demand.
Let’s demand back our freedom from fear and take back the power that the political cliques have usurped by hook and by crook this October 20th.
Let’s show THEM who’s BOSS!
Let’s show them that ….
We shall not die, BUT LIVE!
A FUTURE THAT WORKS
SPREAD THE WORD ONLINE!
If we want to build this event as large as possible, we’ll need to
work really hard to reach every friend, colleague, family member,
to let them know what’s happening and how they can get involved.
The mainstream media certainly aren’t going to do this for us!
Here are 5 things you can do right now that will make a real difference.
1: Share it everywhere
Help spread the word by sharing this website on Facebook,
Twitter, Google Plus, LinkedIn or by email.
You can use these buttons to tell hundreds of people about the
site with just a couple of clicks:
2: RSVP on social media
Let your friends see that you’re coming on the march by joining the
event page on Facebook or Google plus.
That way when they come to look at the page, they’ll see that they
know someone who’s already committed to go, which will make a big
difference to their confidence in signing up themselves.
3: Show your face
If you’re supporting the march, let others see it on every Facebook
or Twitter post you make by adding a Twibbon to your profile image.
This is a little image that you overlay onto your current photo, to show
Following these links only takes a minute to add the badge to your
photo, and can be seen by loads of people.
We’ve also got a Facebook image that you might like to use as a
header on your timeline, if you’d like to make a rather bigger statement!
4: Blog all about it
Have you got a blog or Tumblr site?
Write a quick post about why you’re coming on the march, or why you support it.
It doesn’t need to be long or complicated.
Link it to the march site so people can get more information about the day.
Getting hundreds of pages all over the web, talking about why people feel
this is important, will be a huge shot in the arm for the event as people start
to become more aware of it.
5. Get creative
Have you got an idea for something that could help raise awareness for the
march or for our aim of A Future That Works for everyone?
If you can make a video, record a song, create an infographic or a funny
image, then make it, upload it and share it around as much as you can.
Be sure to contact us with a link too – we’d love to see it!