We’ve all surely seen and heard too much of the Labour party’s pink battle bus with its ‘Woman to Woman’ livery. It also has ‘Vote Labour’ on it, and given the party panders relentlessly to ghastly feminists such as Harriet Harman, it’s been suggested a more appropriate term might be:
Vote [word redacted].
Not to be outdone, we recently took delivery of a magnificent blue van, courtesy of a supporter, ‘Silver Surfer’, who for many years has been a supporter of Ray Barry’s Real Fathers for Justice. Today we picked it up after its J4MB livery and references to numerous men’s and boys’ human rights issues had been added.
Alex Britton, Political Editor of The Nottingham Post, interviewed me at some length about a week ago. Today he and a photographer came to see the newly-liveried van, and the result is this. The van has already attracted favourable comment, and many thumbs-up from passing drivers.
This afternoon I happened to stop for a few minutes in Bulwell, not far North of Nottingham. A lady I took to be of about 60 years of age tapped on the window. She was clearly in some distress, and tears were rolling down her cheeks. I got out of the van and after she’d calmed down, she explained that she and her husband hadn’t seen their beloved grand-children for over 10 years, and their son had come close to committing suicide on a number of occasions.
She’d read some of the text on the van and realised we were trying to help children, fathers, and grandparents. I explained that J4MB is a political party, the only one in the English-speaking world fighting against the state’s assaults on men’s, boys’ and girls’ human rights. She gave me a big hug, said, ‘Bless you for what you’re trying to do. Good luck!’, then went on her way.