By Dean V. Rev Cannon Michael Flook
Cathedral Church of St Joseph, Swansea
We are all aware of corruption in the world today; we are constantly reminded of it in the news and in our television documentaries. There is nothing new about corruption.
This is Peter Bellett’s story of his first hand experience of and personal encounter with corruption.
He would like you simply to read this story and judge it for yourself. It may relate to your own experience. You may believe it or you may not.
If you don’t believe it – and that is your right- then there is nothing to be done, if however, you do believe it, he would suggest that you consider doing something about it, as a responsible citizen, or as a God fearing person.
It was the philosopher Edmund Burke, who said; ‘All’ that is necessary for evil to triumph is that good men do nothing.