I set up Victims Unite in August 2010, when Paulette Cooper was still alive. She had been my main strategic co-thinker, as her victimisation covered everything from bankruptcy to home repossession and NHS cover-up, besides domestic violence. She knew from experience how ‘the system’ had betrayed her. And she was very spiritual in her attitude, always emphasising the Positive, without giving ‘oxygen’ or attention to negativity.

Why communicate with people who are nasty to you, when you can talk to and email people who are kind?

No, I shall not enter or support a ‘war on shills‘. I shall not betray my vision of a ‘peace network’ of computers and people protecting our planet which brought me to London in 1981. Neither shall I betray my mum who saved me through the bombings of Dresden 68 years ago. In a video I saw on an anniversary site, a witness said that she had seen a woman standing with her pram, but both she and her child were dead. They were suffocated from the air that was full of soot. My mum had taken some of my pampers and wetted them to protect her breathing… She called me ‘Sabine’ after the women who had carried their babies between the warring armies in Rome – to STOP the men from fighting. 

I want to increase the effectiveness of the little things I can do to spread positivity, not nastiness. I won’t set myself up as a judge of character, personality or action. Everybody has their own conscience for that.

At the time, I helped Paulette put her story together in Vol 2 of The Forensics of Legal Fraud before she passed away and we discussed what would be ‘good’ for Victims Unite. She produced lots of WANTED posters for Maurice Kirk’s and Mr Ebert’s site, two of the victim sites I built. She also had the vision of a logo for McKenzie Angels as ‘visual support’ in the public galleries of court rooms.

Now I ask myself every morning what is worth doing: what do I give attention to on my computer, what does my body need so that I can live with its shortcomings?

Today I visited a  Jewish mother in Holloway prison. Her 4-year-old boy was taken from her over a year ago and she is being held on ‘immigration issues’ since June 2012. I discovered more atrocities by a solicitor and a judge and found her, once again, most inspirational – despite yet another gagging order. She not only prays and talks, but also meditates and listens to God and even inspired Christian inmates!

Then I practised my hot Yoga, hoping that 40 years of chronic pain will NOT become 41 years. In a week we will assist a mother whose two daughters were taken and for whom we put a skeleton argument together, for she took an appeal upon herself when she realised the lawyer was not operating in her interest. Until then, I can take my software inventions forward. I don’t have to devote as much time to my social life with meaning any more, to stop hitting my head against a wall in my professional life with zest.

Stephen Karpman, one of the psychotherapists practising Transactional Analysis defined a famous drama triangle between victim – rescuer – persecutor. I may be a ‘rescuer victim’, but I sincerely hope I won’t enter the persecutor position.

My next visit to a most remarkable spiritual healer is scheduled, thanks to Belinda McKenzie who has been visiting prisoners with me and whose idea it was to set up the Association of McKenzie Friends so that we can access court papers on their behalf among other campaigning goals. Our last meeting at the House of Commons is shown in this video.

Anybody suggesting that either she or I are operating with ill intentions or bad motivations has become a ‘persecutor victim’. The internet is as patient as paper. Anybody can write anything. The question is: how to respond.