involvement in the Iraq and Afghanistan Wars.
Otherwise, he certainly didn't seem to be an activist
father although his kidz I suspect were grown up by the
time he started his perpetual public protest at age 52.
While I certainly agreed with his stand against war, I
Having been police handcuffed and yanked out of the
come unarmed and I am disarmed as best as I can
be!" But it didn't ease his self-apprehension of hostile
intent by some others against him like the Brit police.
of laudatory comments on Brian Haw's perpetual protest
at Parliament Square since his cancer death last Saturday.
opposite the House of Commons. I also do think that
Brain relished his self-appointed role at embassrass-
ing and laying bare the UK parliamentary and govern-
mental mighty and powerful that was at a loss to close
him down and/or to shut him up. It was a political and
He was already a goner it seemed. He was an addicted
battle to save his own life. Sad, but true! Personally,
I cannot stand smoking around me of any kind. Nor
those into heavy booze and loadz of illicit drugz.
public laws of icy-cold Westminster Council, which
has for years sought to remove the camp for one
reason or another. London Mayor Boris Johnson,
who turned 47 the day after Haw's death, is deter-
mined, he says, to free up Parliament Square for the
use of the general public and visiting tourists and is
out any further ado to stand accused and tried for
war crimes. If he should be found guilty, then he
should be locked up for life along with his
Dixie war buddy George W. Bush.