We had a brilliant day yesterday on the 'Battlebus' Tour following which we launched our Crowdfunder 'The Sword of Damocles' to facilitate the final pre-litigation stage of our judicial challenge.
Collective peer groups stood together to face their enemy in common as #OneVoice - we made social history by standing together to prevent further 'Divide & Rule' games being thrown amongst victims of the State Pension robbery.
We toured London via Parliament, 10 Downing Street and The Department of Work & Pensions where a 'One Way Ticket' was delivered to Guy Opperman's representative.
Quote "In the first place, they [1950's Women] were given no notice nor were they consulted. It's like so much of government, there's an assumption, 'They can put up with it. We've got a terrible situation, and we'll take their pensions to sort it out!.'"-Michael Mansfield QC
Enough is enough.
Please help 3.67m #50sWomen by making a donation 'The Sword of Damocles whereby the earned dues belonging to them will be demanded back from those unfairly keeping them from them.
Our documentary of the 'Battlebus' Tour in which Michael Mansfield, Yvette Greenway and David Hencke star alongside many 1950's women will be released at the end of next week: Michael talks about the unfairness of the stealth escalation of the State Pension age and why he is representing us.
It was a momentus day which will stand in perpetuity in the hearts and minds of all who regard social justice as highly as Mr Mansfield himself.