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Windsor Castle at Windsor England.
27-29 Crawford Pl, SL4 1NJ London, United Kingdom
The lunacy of this Government's crusade on the homeless reaches epic proportions of both tragedy and farce.
With homelessness spiralling out of control Windsor Councils decision to call for the removal of the homeless BEFORE the Royal wedding on the 19th of May was perhaps to be expected.
This kind of social cleansing is becoming endemic in Britain and with the increasing numbers of people being forced into homelessness will no doubt become more of a fixture of displaced civic vanity.
It's not just immigrants as the usual idiots will moan… It's zero hours workers unable to afford deposits or rocketing rents, it's families ( up by 60% since 2011), it's folks being forced out by welfare reforms, it's homeless ...veterans with PTSD who deserve much better than falling through the gaps of an increasing skewed system not fit for purpose.
This winter has already seen homeless people die, by May 19 who knows how many will have been killed by the cold and by the neglect of this severely flawed system?
So perhaps it's down to us to respond to this farce.
Perhaps we can become a voice for those ignored by Government and on behalf of and in solidarity with those affected by homelessness provide an alternative wedding spectacle.
If Windsor Council go ahead with this purge of those deemed unfit to attend the wedding of a family we will cordially invite you to attend the wedding… No Jacket Required, no dress code.
Come as you are, dress up or maybe even dress down?
We will think on this, maybe have a mass skippednic for the homeless and rough sleepers of Windsor on the day.
Maybe a die in to represent lives lost to homelessness. What ever form it takes we endorse only non violent demonstration for this event as we state in our principles and values found here!
Details TBC input, help welcome.
This is the 21st century and still those less fortunate than us are being " tidied away" so as to not cause unease or bad press for a day meant to be for everyone.