Thursday, September 1

In God and the Red Cross they trust


It is a disgrace that Tony Blair has still not issued a communication to the disaster victims in the southern States of the US that have been devastated by 'Hurricane Katrina'.

Mark Steyn and Instapundit are mounting a "blogburst" to galvanise support for the victims of Hurricane Katrina.
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Islamic extremists, meanwhile, are rejoicing in America's misfortune, giving the storm a military rank and declaring on Internet chat rooms that "Private" Katrina had joined the global jihad. With "God's help," they declared, oil prices would hit $100 a barrel this year.
Expressions of solidarity with our American cousins, particularly those in New Orleans would not go amiss.
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The UK Government is indeed very remiss in not offering financial aid to the American Red Cross who have an excellent record in the swift delivery of humanitarian aid.
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The people of the United States have been special best friends to Her Majesty's Subjects on this side of the Atlantic.
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Bearing in mind the billions of pounds that HMG wastes every year - mostly owing to our membership of the European Union - a swift donation of £ 20 million would be an meaningful gesture.
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Shame on Blair. In God and the Red Cross many thousands of poor rural US citizens will have to trust.
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The American Red Cross is accepting donations and the blog site 'Instapundit' is listing alternative charities.

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Mr Blair's shameful silence is deafening. The thoughts and prayers of the British public go out to our American cousins, particularly those in the stricken state of New Orleans.
Apparently our "leader" can't or won't convey our sentiments, but New Orleans.....we ordinary Very British Subjects are thinking of you!