Petition to Theresa May MP
Award the London Fire Brigade the George Cross
The London Fire Brigade showed extraordinary courage during the Grenfell Tower fire tragedy on 14 June 2017. They deserve to be recognised as a group for their heroism and sacrifices. The George Cross (GC) is the second highest award of the United Kingdom honours system. It is awarded for acts of the greatest heroism or the most conspicuous courage in circumstances of extreme danger. This decoration was primarily intended for civilian men and women, although awards were also made to members of the Armed Forces in circumstances where a military award was not applicable. To date, there have been 407 George Cross awards but only 2 of these have been collective honours. We would like to see the London Fire Brigade honoured with this singular honour as an expression of permanent gratitude. Note: the Victoria Cross may only be awarded to members of the British armed forces. This award is the highest award available for non-conflict bravery.
Petition to HRH Queen Elizabeth, Theresa May MP, UK Parliament
Ensure firefighters of Grenfell Towers get commended with a medal from The Queen
During the early hours of 14th June 2017, a fire broke out at the 24-storey Grenfell Tower, a block of public housing flats in North Kensington, London, England. Within minutes of the first 999 call, emergency services were at the scene. Firefighters did not hesitate and ran into a burning tower to save the life's of those they could, at the risk of their own. They worked tirelessley in one of the biggest fires London has seen in 50 years. Their bravery, courage, compassion and strength - both physically and mentally - needs to be commended. These firefighters cant just go home, close the door, and 'leave work at work' like the majority of us manage to do. They will be haunted by horrific scenes inside the building that we will never begin to imagine, feel guilt and despair for those they couldn't save. They will never forget what they witnessed first hand, in the centre of what all of us have only stood by and watched in horror. It is for this reason, and the fact they do this without hesitation, that we shouldn't hesitate in signing this petition to push forward for them to be awarded the Queens Fire Service Medal for Distinguished Service.
Petition to UK Parliament, Goverment, Jeremy Corbyn MP, Theresa May MP, Emma Dent, Facebook, Twitter, Sadiq Khan, LBC, Her Majesty Queen Elizebeth, Amber Rudd MP, Ed Miliband
Call for all Firefighters attending Grenfell Tower to be knighted to honour their bravery
I am shocked and moved by the amazing bravery the fire service attending the Grenfell tower Fire displayed. The incredible men and women who ran into the tower filled with flames to save people. The fire service are underpaid, over worked and enduring massive budget cuts making their day to day jobs even harder. But dealing with the situations that unfolded in the early hours of Wednesday morning at Grenfell Tower and doing so with bravery that most of us couldn't even dream of demonstrating. These service people should be honoured and given titles. We often give Knighthoods to celebrities. Why not give them to people we can all genuinely admire. Heroes. For with out them many more people would have died.
Petition to The Insulted Firefighter
Forgive the community
On the morning of the day prior to the start of Passover Jewish people around New York City have been burning their Chametz as the Jewish law requires. However, in a very unfurtunate occasion their is someone who we have to apologise to. You most probably saw the video clip that has gone viral how a Jewish Grand Rabbi and Community Leader speaks up for his men that were claimed to have hitten a firefighter, and himself calls out to the firefighter - which seeked the Rabbi's support - that "Likewise they'd do in Nazi Germany". We all sign this petition to show our disagreement to the statement made by the Rabbi, and we ask forgiveness if the firefighter or his team happen to have been insulted, which seems to be the case, physically or emotionally by some members of the Jewish community.