‘May this mad war the latest be/Which we who live shall never see’
Peace Ship #OnThisDay
On 4th of December 1915 The Peace Ship, Ocean liner Oscar II, set sail from the USA to Europe.
Ringing Out The Bells Across Europe For Peace In #Ukraine
The European Association of Cathedral Master Builders said churches “from Norway to Malta and from Spain to Ukraine” participated.
An end game ?
“Having travelled in and enjoyed Ukraine relatively recently I’m not sure I can rely on rationalism for what I’m writing here”
There Will Come Soft Rains
“There will come soft rains and the smell of the ground”
Letters “We’ve got our priorities all wrong”
“Over the next 4 years, the UK will spend 8 times more on the military than it will on tackling the climate crisis.”
“Only a partnership in which both sides stick to their commitments has a future.”
The Parliament of the European Union has now formally agreed to the trade deal with the UK.
Martin Luther King Jr. #OnThisDay
On 4th of April 1968 US civil rights activist Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated by James Earl Ray at the Lorraine Hotel in Memphis, Tennessee.
#iSing4Peace A Chorus of Global Voices
“We’d love solo singers, choirs and ensembles to bring their own unique magic to #ising4peace and raise as much as we can for the four charities.”
A Questionable Victory
“Today, on what is known as VJ day – Victory in Japan – I don’t intend to go over the rights and wrongs of it all again – or even the use of the word ‘victory’ in this context.”