Evenin' all. Right so I've been thinking, dangerous usually; Calling to mind two of the most recent events; that ex-forces train conductor, and the RAF Veteran in Preston who got chucked off the bus last week - Quite often in the threads where these despicable things are discussed, many people offer to help, for example with the RAF Vet', someone asked if there were anyone nearby who could pop and see the old boy, being next door in Blackpool I volunteered (despite the fact I couldn't get his address anywhere) Well these offers are really good, and I was thinking that we on arrse could set up some kind of network, by which a person commits to their locaility and should anything happen to a serving/ex-serving solider there is someone ready to go do something. For example, the old boy could have done with some shopping I'd imagine, even just a chat with tea and biccies. The train conductor could have done with an ehem...witness, to get him out of the shizzle, or a mass-mailing threatening to boycott the train company (think that actually happened) So, is it a good/practical idea, and how would we go about setting it up? I'm also thinking about mass-demonstrations etc for f'king HS/PC Nazi banned parades, that sort of thing - perhaps two categories of supporters, local personal help and national mail/protest help.