Death of a TV presenter

Death is cruel at any age, in any way. It often leaves such pain to friends and family. I have no idea of what happens to us after death, whether we are judged or just move on. Maybe we just end? Who knows? I don’t. But I do now know the extreme pain of losing someone you love.
This week a celebrity took her own life, I never heard of her as don’t watch that kind of TV and have no idea of the circumstances. I understand she was berated and bullied in the media but know nothing of this beyond a very real and personal knowledge of how immoral the British press truly are.
I don’t care what this young woman had done, I care that the only avenue she could see was to end her life. I care about the despair and hurt her family would be going through in ‘normal’ circumstances without seeing her picture all over the TV, the papers and social media. What they are feeling now given the pain I feel at the loss of my brother I still can only imagine. Most people have been supportive and kind to me and my family, yet to the family of this woman it’s seems many are just repeating the views laid out by others despite how unkind and hurtful they are to her loved ones.
As I say I know nothing of her apart from she was 40ish, on TV and was vilified in the press for some reason. Tbh I am not interested why. She may have been a good or bad person, I cannot judge, but whoever and whatever she was should not mean her family suffer more than they naturally would.
So please please think before you buy into the mass immorality that has swept the UK in recent years and try to think about what truly matters.
We are living in a country where every single hour people are dying or taking their own lives through the inhuman actions of an immoral greed ridden government, so whatever your thoughts on a single celeb or rather a human being as I like to see her, just make a small difference and try to be kind. Your words cannot hurt her but can destroy those who cared about her.

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Jonesy the Dog of Socialism

I am in my 50's (ok 51), I have life challenges but still continue to be a father, a biker, a socialist and a human being. I fight hate and injustice in any way I can. I am me.

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