Sunday, December 18, 2016

Dear Mr. Trudeau, I have written to you previously about Alison Azer's kids. I did not get a reply from your office. Why is it that no one is working on this file? Why is the federal government incapable of bringing the kids home? There are many families who support Alison and want her kids home. Please help her. This is a tragedy for her family and we have no one in government who gives a damn. It's so reprehensible. Y'all should be ashamed of yourselves. Sincerely, Julie Ali



From: Julie Ali <
Date: Sun, Dec 18, 2016 at 11:16 PM
Subject: Alison Azer's kids-------- Alison Azer 14 hrs · 2016: I cried enough tears to create a new body of water - one so salty that even a poor swimmer like me could float. Freely. Except I was not free. I was held captive by fears for my children and my fight for something, anything, different than this. Recently, I was floating in my sea of salty tears, looking up at the stars, yearning for a sign. A gentle breeze danced on the water creating a current around me. Ah - the proverbial current. The very one I've been fighting against for so long that my soul aches. The very one I could join with - her energy plus mine. To etch a new path - creating waves that are subtle, enticing, and just beyond that which from the surface we can sea.
To: justin trudeau <justin.trudeau@parl.gc.ca>, thomas mulcair <thomas.mulcair@parl.gc.ca>, Rona Ambrose <rona.ambrose@parl.gc.ca>, elizabeth may <elizabeth.may@parl.gc.ca>


Dear Mr. Trudeau,

I have written  to you previously about Alison Azer's kids. I did not get a reply from your office.

Why is it  that no one is working on this file?
Why is the federal government incapable of bringing the kids home?

There are many families who support Alison and want her kids home. Please help her.
This is a tragedy for her family and we have no one in government who gives a damn. It's so reprehensible.

Y'all should be ashamed of yourselves.

Sincerely,

Julie Ali

2016: I cried enough tears to create a new body of water - one so salty that even a poor swimmer like me could float. Freely. Except I was not free. I was held captive by fears for my children and my fight for something, anything, different than this. Recently, I was floating in my sea of salty tears, looking up at the stars, yearning for a sign. A gentle breeze danced on the water creating a current around me. Ah - the proverbial current. The very one I've been fighting against for so long that my soul aches. The very one I could join with - her energy plus mine. To etch a new path - creating waves that are subtle, enticing, and just beyond that which from the surface we can sea.



#AzerKidsNeedMom#bring the children home, Alison Azer, Get going Mr. Trudeau, We got spin and no action from Justin Trudeau
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