By Terence Bunch Published 2009-07-18 00:00:00 Last Edited 2009-07-18 00:00:00
A year after financial chaos spreads wildly throughout the economy and public and private institutions buckle under the weight of war, nepotism and corruption, people of faith gather in London to repent and show penitence for the transgression of remaining silent throughout.
They gather at Hyde Park and march through London all the while reciting and bearing witness to the cost of their own silence in the face of declining public and private standards before arriving at Trafalgar Square an hour later.
They listen to speakers describe the moral failings of the current government, attacks on people of the christian faith, immorality and violence in popular culture and the descent of the United Kingdom into lawlessness.
They then pray for forgiveness.
London. 18th July 2009.