Friends or farce?

Perhaps the Friends could find something more useful to do with their obviously abundant time

The recent press regarding Friends of Shoal Harbour is a classic case of self-appointed, self-important busy bodies inserting themselves into a process that is really none of their business.

Naturally, the group relies on inflammatory rhetoric to try to make a case against an apparent array of evils which are never really spelled out.

It sounds to me like a solution looking for a problem.

Perhaps the Friends could find something more useful to do with their obviously abundant time.

Ted Thompson

North Saanich