Tuesday, 9 February 2010

Petition on Number10 web site evaporates

I wonder ... could Number 10 have begun to run scared?

Here is the text of the e-petition I posted yesterday on the Number10 web site (around the time I was emailing ministers, as mentioned in an earlier post today).

My petition (which I duly confirmed) has disappeared totally from the Number10 web site.

Could it be anything to do with Number 10 being worried by the content? The following is copied from the email confirming the first step of e-petition creation (Yes, I did click on the "to confirm" link).

Your petition reads:

We the undersigned petition the Prime Minister to Cease
offences under the Terrorism Act 2000 in Afghanistan

We view the military action in Afghanistan as constituting
"terrorism" as defined in the meaning of Section 1 of the
Terrorism Act 2000.

The consequence of that is that the Prime Minister is
committing criminal offences under Section 56 of the Terrorism
Act 2000.

Put simply, please stop. Don't allow any more young men to die
in uniorm as terrorists.

In addition, more than £10bn of public money has, we believe,
been spent unlawfully.

Please stop that too.

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