We are all Simon Moore



The activists of the Save Leyton Marsh campaign have issued an open letter (which anyone can sign) sending solidarity greetings to Simon Moore:

“A two year ASBO was yesterday imposed on Simon Moore, our friend and fellow protestor at Leyton Marsh.”

“Like us, Simon believed that what was happening on Leyton Marsh was wrong and needed to be resisted peacefully.”
“Like us, Simon did not want to see a beautiful habitat and recreational space enclosed, contaminated and destroyed for a wasteful temporary facility for the Olympics.”
“Like us, Simon was prepared to show his opposition to this destructive land grab.”
“Like us, he was intimidated with the full force of the law and criminalised.”
“Like Simon, we do not wish to stop speaking the truth about legitimate issues around the Olympics such as environmental destruction and suspension of our human rights.”
“Like Simon, we will not stop peacefully protesting.”
“Like Simon, we will not stop speaking out about what is right.”
“Like Simon, we refuse to fear doing what is right and just in the face of repression.”
“We stand together against this injustice and speak as one. Simon is one of us and we are all Simon Moore!”
You can add your name to the list of signatories by clicking on the link below: http://saveleytonmarsh.wordpress.com/2012/06/19/statement-of-solidarity-with-simon-moore/
(If you leave your name on the SLM website under where it says “Leave a Reply”, you will be added to the list of signatories)

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  1. To add your name, leave a reply on the SLM webpage with your name. It will be uploaded manually so expect a short delay!

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