To: (strictly in alphabetical order)
If only we could turn the clock back to the heady days at the beginning of 2008….Remember how well we esteemed each other then?
So many tragic incidents have occurred since, so much negativity, hurt feelings and blame apportioned. Personal differences have prevailed to the ruination of all.
Look at where we are now! We are getting nowhere, and struggle as we might, there is no permanent solution in the offing. Meanwhile, our country suffers and our personal and collective ability to fight for what we really believe in diminishes with every negative comment, every new revelation.
Isn’t it time to call a truce?
We could turn the clock back overnight, if only we could muster the will! We are supposedly defenders of our Christian heritage… isn’t the Christian message founded on forgiveness? Basically, despite our differences, are we not all brothers, bound to one nationalist ideology? Can we not each find it in our hearts to extend to one another the hand of genuine friendship once again, and try to work together in unity and brotherhood once more?
It is undeniable that there is more that unites us than divides us!
And there is more to be gained by forgiving each other than by denouncing each other.
We all have to accept we are human.
And because we are human, we are flawed, and therefore we may have made mistakes.
The solution lies within our grasp. We all have to find it in our hearts to forgive, AND NOT TO CONDEMN OR RECRIMINATE. Because RECRIMINATIONS ARE GETTING US NOWHERE!
Surely it’s time to change direction, and join forces once again? It’s our only real chance of success in our lifetime. What we once were to each other, we can be again, if we can each find the will.
We need to start focussing on the good in one other and not the imperfections. We all have enormous strengths and talents as well as weaknesses and imperfections.
And then having accepted that mistakes have been made, we have to help one other to move forward, rather than apportioning blame, and put our heads together to look at how we can repair the damage. And then rejoin the fray to make war against the true enemy…those who have sold our people out.
For this high and special purpose, I would like to propose a Meeting of Reconciliation, to which you are each invited, with the specific proviso that all who attend are prepared to shake hands, try to put hostility aside and forgive one other wholeheartedly in order to try to work together once again.
What we were once, we can be again!
The task may seem hard, but the stakes are high, and they have never been higher. So many have given their lives defending this country. Is this one minor sacrifice of personal pride so very much to ask?
Please, for the love of Britain and our Cause, which we each and all believe in let’s, give hope and brotherhood a chance…
I look forward to hearing from you.
Yours sincerely and with all good will