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I needed clothes and you clothed me. I was sick and you looked after me. I was in prison and you came to visit me. Matthew 25:36 photo by Steve McCurry (Prayers through the world.) via: R Blair

I needed clothes and you clothed me. I was sick and you looked after me. I was in prison and you came to visit me. Matthew 25:36 photo by Steve McCurry (Prayers through the world.) via: R Blair

Martin Luther King, Jr.

Martin Luther King, Jr.

Stonewall

Stonewall

The most frightening aspect of Corbyn’s ascendancy has been watching self-described rational, progressive, enlightened people behave like the very lowest, smearing, opportunistic tabloid hacks. On all sides. Truly shocking. Then, presumably, when the same tabloids do it to whomever is Labour Party leader before the 2020 election, most of the same people will be incandescent with rage, saying “how dare they take things out of context and twist them to suit their agenda?”

The most frightening aspect of Corbyn’s ascendancy has been watching self-described rational, progressive, enlightened people behave like the very lowest, smearing, opportunistic tabloid hacks. On all sides. Truly shocking. Then, presumably, when the same tabloids do it to whomever is Labour Party leader before the 2020 election, most of the same people will be incandescent with rage, saying “how dare they take things out of context and twist them to suit their agenda?”

Fred Hoare - Bloody Sunday Derry 1972

Fred Hoare - Bloody Sunday Derry 1972

Lieut. General Sir Harry Tuzo, GOC Northern Ireland, (centre) with a Military Police escort in Newry. Ref #: PA.1703356 Date: 06/02/1972

Lieut. General Sir Harry Tuzo, GOC Northern Ireland, (centre) with a Military Police escort in Newry. Ref #: PA.1703356 Date: 06/02/1972

British troops search the handbags of Ulster women on the outskirts of the Northern Ireland town of Newry on Feb. 6, 1972, the day scheduled for a massive demonstration by the Pro-Catholic Civil Rights movement, to protest over the shooting of 13 civilians in Londonderry. Later the marchers avoided the town centre of Newry and held instead a peaceful protest meeting in a meadow. (AP Photo) Ref #: PA.10462311

British troops search the handbags of Ulster women on the outskirts of the Northern Ireland town of Newry on Feb. 6, 1972, the day scheduled for a massive demonstration by the Pro-Catholic Civil Rights movement, to protest over the shooting of 13 civilians in Londonderry. Later the marchers avoided the town centre of Newry and held instead a peaceful protest meeting in a meadow. (AP Photo) Ref #: PA.10462311

Civil rights campaigners in Derry (or Londonderry) demanding equality in housing, employment and voting rights for Catholics in Northern Ireland, 10th January 1969.

Civil rights campaigners in Derry (or Londonderry) demanding equality in housing, employment and voting rights for Catholics in Northern Ireland, 10th January 1969.

88` Flakcannon eastern front ... I have a question: this gun crew has destroyed planes, tanks, bunkers and.... 3 UFO's?

88` Flakcannon eastern front ... I have a question: this gun crew has destroyed planes, tanks, bunkers and.... 3 UFO's?