Yesterday, Friday the 29th was supposed to be a school strike for climate and it started rather well outside the Sydney headquarters of the Liberal Party, that’s the conservatives here in Australia. Speeches from young bushfire victims, an Aboriginal activist, the Red Rebels made an appearance, and a sixteen-year-old boy Continue Reading
We keep going fighting for action even if things are looking pretty grim, but as the old samurai said, “It is dishonorable to die without having drawn your sword”. Losing is never a dishonour if you did all you could and fought as hard as you could. So – this Continue Reading
Could be excused for now finding the entire exercise useless but have spent most of my time these recent weeks participating in various climate demos. Can’t go down without at least trying to get some action. Apparently, I was told, I was in the evening news – walking past and Continue Reading
Below are a few pictures from yesterday. Still have more to go but run out of time for today. Blessings all and join the rebellion!
Just finished the first phase of processing about 100 pictures of the 550 taken today and would post some, but they all now have to be reduced in size for upload. Too late now so will do that as soon as possible. Probably tomorrow. The demo went well with at Continue Reading
Sorry for the down time of these past few days. Apparently the server crashed. OK – now back online and it’s on peoples – the tipping point where humans finally start reacting to the climate emergency has been reached and a massive thanks to that Swedish high-school girl, Greta Thunberg Continue Reading
Last Friday’s school strike was a success with an estimated 80,000 participants. Many school children but at a guess, near as many adults. Parents accompanying their children and adults and organisations such as Greenpeace, Amnesty International and various trade unions there in support of those who can’t vote as yet.A Continue Reading