Thursday, 11 November 2010

Soldier Joe Glenton hands his medals to Cameron

'Former soldier Joe Glenton, who served nine months imprisonment for refusing to return to Afghanistan, and who has been tirelessly speaking at public meetings across the country to help mobilise support for the demonstration on 20 November, will hand his military medals into David Cameron at Downing Street on Friday 19 November, the eve of our protest.

Joe will be joined by military families who have lost loved ones or have relatives serving in Afghanistan. They will deliver to David Cameron their letter calling for the British army to be withdrawn from Afghanistan now, which is the only way to support the troops who have been ordered to serve there so pointlessly.

Joe Glenton and the military families will be leading the march to Trafalgar Square on the 20 November demonstration.'

Via Stop the War circular.

See HERE for more on the 20 November national demonstration.


1 comment:

  1. Good for you Joe, this is far more of a heroic stance to take than anyone out there killing is doing.
    Well done you brave man.