@mole45 and Salford Greens condemn the comments of their national leader about the Woolwich murder?
When one takes the path that uses the sad death of a British Serviceman for nothing more than Political gain one deserves all the anger put on it. I can only speak for my self and i hope i have done this on the site in full.
- John Merry
@JohnDMerry 22m @Mole45 are you going to comment on your leaders views on yesterdays murder
I am unsure if Cllr Merry is trying to goad me into a response on an issue which today strikes a chord in the heart of most British citizens.I stated earlier today that i was not a religious person but any one who uses the name of religion to commit atrocities on fellow human beings deserves little in regards to mercy. I for one would gladly take out those two pieces of scum into the street and shoot them for what they did to that young man in London but we are a race that regards the rule of law , I of course belong to a political party and that party is lead by a women who is passionate and like all speaks openly with her views, do i agree with all? no but again this party allows free speech and the right to open disagreement in regards to all issues even to the level of yesterdays atrocity. If there is a god i hope one day i can stand before him without fear, what ever those two men believe in i don’t have a clue,my disappointment is the fact the Police marksmen failed.
Peter Cranie is coming to Salford to help with Mary Ferrers Campaign in Weaste and Seedley it’s great news when you can attract someone of his stature to the city to campaign we look forward to meeting with him and hope we can offer insight to the issues we are facing under Labours regime.
Cllr Pugh’s priority is Cheshire, Cllr Dirir has one of the worst attendance records on
@SalfordCouncil. Labour take Claremont for granted.
After just one year on the job, Claremont Labour councillor Sue Pugh has announced on Facebook that she’s making Weaver Vale her “priority”
I find it disgusting that the LIKES of Mary Ferrer lost her seat to this the stark reality of LABOUR.
A year ago this month Ian Stewart was elected as Salford’s first City Mayor. In his first ever speech as Mayor after the election count, Stewart stood up and said…
“There will be changing methods of communication. We as politicians are not very good at communicating with the public, and the public are making decisions without basic information sometimes. That’s our fault as politicians, we need to get better at that.
“Getting better at communication means that we as a Council must be more open and transparent with the public” he added “I will seek to generate that openness and transparency in future…”
SALFORD STAR COMMUNITY MAGAZINE GOES ON STRIKE
Star date: 23rd May 2013
SALFORD STAR ON STRIKE AGAINST SALFORD COUNCIL ILLEGAL DENIAL OF INFORMATION AND MORE…
Today, the Salford Star is seven years old. And, today, the Salford Star is going on strike to show what the city would be like with no free independent press holding Salford City Council up to account.
As Salford City Mayor Ian Stewart and his cohort of Assistants and spin doctors seem determined to turn Salford into China with its idea of democracy, the Salford Star is taking a stand.
Full details here…
I have never followed a religion but if i did i hope i would not be so blinded by it that i felt it warranted the taking of another human beings life.I am truly sickened by the barbaric acts committed under the name of religion.
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