This young man was an inspiration to us all. I really did think he might have beaten this thing, once he announced that he was feeling a little better. I don't think any of us thought he would leave us quite so soon. Today he was given the Princess Diana Award, in honour of another inspirational figure. Had she been around today, Diana would have gone out of her way to visit him in hospital. Then again, Diana would make a hundred of the poser royals we have today. Aside from the Queen, and maybe Princess Anne, most of them are a waste of space and public money.
Stephen is gone, but his legacy will endure. He raised over £3 million for cancer research, but a fraction of the money this government has wasted on lost causes--I don't have to say which ones. And on a war which will still rage on when our troops have pulled out, and aiding foreigners who are too interested in wasting money on war and weapons than they are in looking after their own oppressed and starving people.
Stephen was a good person, and makes up for all the people in the world who by rights, upon reflection, would have aided society by never being born in the first place.
May God bless him, and may he rest in peace. xxx