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Tony Farrell: Reflections on the Hillsborough Disaster

28 Apr

In his latest article, “The Parable of The Unjust Judge and The Persistent Widow”, Tony Farrell offers spiritual insight into the Hillsborough Disaster, comparing the Liverpool Hillsborough widows to the Biblical one in the Gospel of Luke. This comparison was inspired by James Jones, former Bishop of Liverpool and Hillsborough Independent Panel member.
Farrell describes James Jones and Professor Phil Scraton as honorable justice activists, while outlining modern-day adversaries of justice, who have treated not only the widows of Hillsborough unfairly but also all survivors and victims’ families.

This injustice continues, and demonstrates how today’s events parallel times of old; and this clearly shows how The Bible and its Teachings are as relevant today as in the past. It’s timeless.

His article also features Muad’Dib/JAH’s latest film, “The Hillsborough Ripple Effect”, and correspondence with Scraton and Jones.

It’s available at JAHTalk.thefarrellreport.net. Please read it and share it with others.

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