Why I decided to renew my blog

I have been “disabled” for a week now, due to being diagnosed to having tennis elbow, caused by me attempting to insulate my stables/new workshop on my own. So I have had plenty of thinking time.

I am not going to go back to exposing certain members of my family, as that will probably get me back in prison, but I have decided to renew my membership for three reasons and three reasons only, all to do with injustice.

In no particular order, they are to do with:

The exposure of my father for being a paedophile and that his masonic connections, both personally and in the police, have covered this all up, whilst I continue to endure the physical damage and psychological damage that my father caused to me; he has NEVER EVER denied my accusations as well as the attitude of society to male sexual abuse, as opposed to that endured by many females.

The murder of Jamal Khashoggi, instigated by the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia

The continued existence of the Guantanamo Camp. I now find out that although Barrack Obama promised to close it in his election manifesto, he actually signed a secret order to continue to incarcerate Mohamedou Ould Slahi, despite being cleared of all crimes in a court of law. I recommend that you watch “The Mauritanian”, a completely true story, with no Hollywood bull that is streaming on Amazon Prime. Mr Slahi was incarcerated for over 14 years, after which he was released; he was never charged.

Published by David Hender (copyright owner- all rights reserved)

If you want to know me, you first need to understand where I have been and where I am going

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