The more positive people are, the more they attract critics. Having observed that about John Hemming MP, I built In Support of John Hemming MP.
I have hardly seen anybody more giving and supportive than Belinda. She not only opens her house to people who are trying to make a difference, but also assists people in courts, prisons, organises demos, the production of videos and who knows what else that I am not aware of.
I had met her in court when we we were there to support the Musas, by all ‘experts’ acknowledged to be the worst of all child snatching cases. Given her experience with the Hollie Greig campaign, she had much more insights than I had into the background, motivations and intentions of the State Stealing Children.
On the occasion of the world wide day against child abuse in March 2012, we launched the Association of McKenzie Friends at the House of Commons – under the auspices of Austin Mitchell MP who has long been the Chairman of the Forum for Stable Currencies and John Hemming MP who joined us at our meeting of victims of white collar crimes.
The distrust in our political system is such that lots of people don’t even think about trusting an MP. I treat a few of them like gold dust, even though that has been held against me, too…
People deal too much with the negative, with what is wrong.
Why not try and see positive things, to just touch those things and make them bloom?
Thich Nhat Hahn
It is clearly a sign of success if the Hollie Greig Campaign attracts people who enjoy spending their time discrediting people who defend vulnerable victims…
But it’s also a very SAD sign of the state of humanity and the world when people
- build disinformation sites to discredit Belinda BECAUSE she supports Hollie Greig
- have to counteract and analyse the absurdity of such disinformation sites…
My friend Naomi Calligaro has put a Facebook page of inspiration, empowerment and encouragement together from where I have taken the quotations used to support Belinda:
Silence is sometimes the best answer.
The Dalai Lama