In solidarity with students!

December 8, 2010

DPAC would like to express  solidarity with all true protestors tomorrow. DPAC supports the students and does not agree with trebling fees.

We hope you will not be too cold and that you will be kept safe.

Many disabled people will like to march and protest against the cuts that affect them too but in the present political climate and in the freezing cold, it is proving too much for most.

So we protest with you in spirit and in solidarity even if not many of us can physically make it there!

Disabled People Against Cuts.

“It doesn’t matter who is their target be it students, workers, claimants young or old, no one should have to pay for their greed or their political agenda. Disabled people exist in all stands of society, but even if they didn’t, DPAC would still believe in the old saying, ‘an injury to one is an injury to us all’ – so let’s steal their slogan: WE’RE ALL IN THIS TOGETHER for social justice and against the cuts.”

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3 Responses to “In solidarity with students!”

  1. kbos2hm Says:

    i think the whole country is going to end up protesting
    it would defnitly seem that way sometimes at the monment who would blame them its all to do with money not been shared out equell what happend to equell rights for people

  2. madmags3 Says:

    Hello all! just to say I managed to get to the Leicester protest yesterday at the clock tower. anyone interested in protesting in this area with me,re DLA etc, get in touch!
    Mags

  3. Sam Brackenbury Says:

    I have been ill Chest infection, so I have been laid up for the past two weeks…Otherwise I would have been in London. I saw the Police violence on the news last night, to all the students who took part, and were non violent well done!

    Please remember that we support you, and there will come a time when we will need your support, so do not forget us when the time comes!

    This Portrayal of students as violent thugs is a lie, we must remember that it suits “The State” to portray certain sections of society as “The Enemy Within.”

    We need to be aware that eventually we will all end being catagorised as “The Enemy Within.” So Disabled people need to make a decision on what we are prepared to do, tis time is a time of imense importants we need to be aware that perhaps people will die! Perhaps we will be asked to put our lives on the line?? What we decide as individuals will effect the rest of our lives …. Choose wisely,

    And May God keep you all safe!


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