Good news for a change: the success of this petition:
Amazing success – clearly because of the simple way it formulates the rights that will be taken away – besides everything that is and has been happening despite the existing Human Rights Act!
Anyway, I couldn’t resist the temptation to make followers aware of this ‘onwards and upwards’ sign – despite and against all the odds, maybe…???
At the same time, I am still in exile and have to fear for my home of 30 years in London. BUT: thanks to the magic of net-working I learned of an American Advocacy organisation that wants to act on my behalf at nicely high levels.
The one-page story I wrote for them is here – as part of my book on a much less popular petition: to Abolish Forced Adoptions – against Parents’ Wills in the European Context.
Recently I read about the painter Marc Chagall:
While his contemporaries fled into abstraction, Chagall made the personal political and the political personal.
Well, I guess I’m doing all three, for I’m deep into my data science after a long time of passion for the whistleblower kids.
Deborah Mahmoudieh is one of our McKenzie Friends with a particular gift of grasping legal and political contexts, while being deeply rooted in spirituality.
The above video is a perfect example, as she asks for a Redress.
Below, she asks the questions that Mrs Justice Pauffley ought to answer since her judgement and its publication – on behalf of the internet community that the judge called ‘evil and / or foolish’.
Leonard Cohen sang in Everybody Knows “the poor stay poor, the rich get rich.” A commentator recently put “where money talks, the poor walks.”
Unfortunately, not everybody knows yet what more and more people are beginning to realise when you follow the money trail:
and the path of public opinion shaping:
or when you follow the power trail closer to home:
Does it come as a surprise to read these detailed comments about the Rigged Election?
2015 UK General Election – thoughts from the dissident fringe
by William Shepherd
According to the pollsters their ‘mistake’ was to underestimate the Labour vote…by five percent. Another possibility is that there was no mistake, but five percent of the Labour vote in English marginal constituencies were ‘mislaid’. The Scottish poll, however, was accurate, because Scottish suspicions of ballot rigging were aroused by the Referendum count in 2014. So the Scottish people…not the authorities…took measures in the 2015 General Election to ensure a clean tally of votes. Here are the number of parliamentary seats by opinion/exit polls & voting system.
First Past the Post
Exit polls showed: The Conservatives were expected to get 316 Members of Parliament, just short of a majority. A party needs 326 MPs to have a majority. Labour was expected to get 239 MPs. The Liberal Democrats were expected to get only 10 MPs. The Scottish Nationalists were expected to get 58 MPs. Plaid Cymru 4, UKIP 2 and the Greens 2. The Exit Polls conflict with the earlier Opinion Polls which showed Conservatives and Labour neck and neck. The final YouGov poll suggested: Conservatives 284; Labour 263.
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THANK GOD! It’s about time!!!
East-European Countries UNITE against this hideous child snatching in the UK and other Western countries!!!
Today, the Slovakian Embassy hosts a Round Table discussion with the UK Family Court Judiciary: