DERAILED from the Public Interest – the Public Gravy Train

Cover of "George Orwell's 1984 (Max Notes...

Cover of George Orwell’s 1984 (Max Notes)

I have been musing for a while how to express my dismay about Child removal as a class war, as I am reading George Orwell’s 1984 who wrote in 1949 about the ‘underclass’ being expected just to be breeding and working… The public gravy train is used by all public institutions and the legal profession via ‘legal aid’.

This post in my daily email from The Tap confirms ‘from the outside’ what I’ve watched day in day out:

1. victims of child snatching are discovering what victims of fraudulent bankruptcies have observed:

  • the absence of Articles 1 and 13 in the UK Human Rights Act;
  • Article 1 means that all articles are binding and Article 13 is about the ‘remedy against national authorities’.

2. Teresa May admitted before this House of Lords Committee that ‘fraud is a difficult issue':

  • why haven’t any of our cries have been heard and taken seriously!?
  • why don’t Early Day Motions make a difference??
  • in other words: nobody in the establishment CARES, as long as they have their salaries, pensions and who knows what perks.

3. There are far too many organisations and committees that are supposed to remedy evil, but the situation gets worse, as nobody tackles the issue of money creation at its roots:

  • ‘austerity’ and legal aid cuts are asking for more and more McKenzie Friends, but we who work pro bono are expected to pay for crown costs;
  • judges and their judgements get bought not only in family but also civil and criminal courts;
  • solicitors and barristers can be bought just as Police and Prison staff – as in the case of or Maurice Kirk in HMP Cardiff – just to protect the doctor who wrote a diagnosis to get him behind bars for life – and those Police Officers who are retired on pensions by now…

4. White collar criminals in public institutions operate across borders without hesitation:

  • whether it’s kidnapping Melissa Laird’s son and deporting her;
  • imprisoning Robert Green in Scotland because he is exposing the Scottish paedophile elite;
  • kidnapping Grandma B in Austria to deprive her of her assets in the UK, as happens to many senior citizens…

5. When you read the comment on Victims Unite by Peter Oakes re fostering children, you ask yourself: who uses the public servants in public institutions for whose public or private interest?

  • foster parents are paid £500 per week per child;
  • Welcome to Filthy Britain seems to be the most logical answer – with the ‘breeding’ of paedophilia through the educational system in Eton and other such schools and universities…

Here is The Tap speaking:

Orwellian Secret Courts in the UK: Britain on the Brink of Tyranny

Britain is on the brink of tyranny. The Justice and Security Bill, if it becomes law, will enable judicial trials to be held in secret, and it will even be illegal to tell anyone about them. The bill has now gone through all stages in the House of Commons, and will now go to the House of Lords for consideration. In other words, it’s nearly there .http://services.parliament.uk/bills/2012-13/justiceandsecurity.html.

The bill’s sponsor in the Commons is Justice Minister Kenneth Clarke, who is widely believed to be on the steering committee of the highly secretive Bilderberg meetings. In a foreword to a consultation document, he explains that the purpose of the bill is to enable the government to defend itself against civil claims, with claimants typically seeking significant amounts in damages, but where the facts of the case turn on highly sensitive information http://consultation.cabinetoffice.gov.uk/justiceandsecurity/.

But it seems that’s just the gloss. Richard Cottrell, in his book ‘Gladio: NATO’s Dagger at the Heart of Europe’ (http://progressivepress.com/book-listing/gladio-natos-dagger-heart-europe) wrote a lot about this bill. At the time it had been rejected, but he rightly predicted that it would return. He wrote to me: “The Justice and Security Bill has been around for some years, since 7/7 hardly by co-incidence. It proposes that secret courts will inquire into any matters concerning individuals or events that the authorities decide they want to keep secret. This will apply in the case of the as yet unheld inquests on those blamed for 7/7.

“It was also to apply to living accused persons who would be denied under this Orwellian draft the right to represent themselves or have their own lawyers represent them. Nor will they be allowed to know what they are accused of. In the Soviet Union this was perfectly normal. In the place of legal representation the state will appoint Special Advocates who will not be under any responsibility to represent the accused, or explain to that person of what he is accused, and nor will they be under any responsibility to offer a defence.

“The Bill was savaged by the Lords, but returned to the Commons with all the Lords’ amendments struck out. On the day of the vote on gay marriages it slipped through the vote in the select committee with the vote of one backwoods Ulsterman rushed in at the last minute. (The vote was held at the same [time] as members were in the lobbies voting on the gay marriage Bill). … This law when passed, as it will be, can then be applied to all and any offence, even as lowly as a traffic accident. Accused persons will never be told of what they are charged and of course it is very unlikely they would be found ‘not guilty.’”

The British press is now very quiet on this, though the Daily Mail published an article on 10 February headed ‘Last week MPs revived the corpse of the ‘Secret Justice’ Bill. Here we spell out the full terrifying implications of life in… Secret Britain’ http://www.dailymail.co.uk/debate/article-2276327/Last-week-MPs-revived-corpse-Secret-Justice-Bill–debating-gay-marriage-time-noticed-Here-spell-terrifying-implications-life–Secret-Britain.html. Interestingly, their sister paper, The Mail on Sunday, is about to take legal action to make public a secret judgement issued in an Afghan alleged torture case two years ago, which resulted from an earlier form of secret hearing, now deemed illegal by the Supreme Court http://www.leighday.co.uk/News/2013/January-2013/Secret-evidence-challenge-by-Mail-on-Sunday. Also, political campaigner Chris Mullin gave a warning in The Guardian website on 28 January, headed ‘Justice and security bill: last chance to back away from secret justice’ http://www.guardian.co.uk/law/2013/jan/28/justice-security-last-chance-secret-evidence.

And now Big Brother Watch has launched a campaign, asking people to write to their MP http://www.bigbrotherwatch.org.uk/home/2013/03/write-to-your-mp-about-the-justice-and-security-bill-today.html. Someone commented “What’s the point?”. OK, write to your local newspaper then.

Whistleblowers gagged – and there’s worse to come

Another piece of legislation which could make it difficult to expose possible government crimes is a proposed amendment to the  1984 Police and Criminal Evidence Act, as proposed by the Leveson Inquiry into phone hacking. This would make it easier for the police to seize confidential material from journalists, and it would weaken protection for whistleblowers http://www.guardian.co.uk/uk/2013/feb/13/whistleblowers-press-new-police-powers. A leading barrister warned of a potential breach of European human rights law, the article states. But now the Government intends to do away with European human rights law http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/2013/mar/04/theresa-may-human-rights-stunt. It looks as if the question of UK membership of the EU is being used as cover for this.

An editorial in The Guardian four days later drew attention to the general vulnerability of whistleblowers, as in the case of a former chief executive in the National Health Service, Gary Walker, who had been told that he would have to pay back any compensation payment arising from his dismissal if he spoke out http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/2013/feb/17/journalistic-sources-law-editorial. But the problem was bigger than that. ‘NHS spends £15million (the same as 750 nurses’ salaries) on gagging 600 whistleblowers’ announced the Daily Mail http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2282600/NHS-spends-15million-750-nurses-salaries-gagging-600-whistleblowers.html, saying that this had cost the lives of 1 200 patients. The new legislation will make it even more difficult to blow the whistle, even when many lives are at stake.

“Democracy cannot work when secrecy exceeds its proper limits”, states the Guardian editorial, adding that hospitals, banks, corporations, meat producers and police forces alike must be open to scrutiny. I would add even humble membership associations to that list; that is something we can all do something about. Whenever we are met with indignation, having asked such basic questions as “Have these accounts been audited?”, “What is the basis of your proposal?”, or “How much money do we have?”, or in trying to raise perfectly legisimate issues, we need to stand up to such negative reactions. You’re standing up not just for your cause, but for your just cause of democracy.

http://www.globalresearch.ca/orwellian-secret-courts-in-the-uk-britain-on-the-brink-of-tyranny/5325994

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12 Responses to DERAILED from the Public Interest – the Public Gravy Train

  1. Due to a migraine, I only flicked through that quickly, but I will read it properly later. Talking of Orwell, a quote from Orwell sprung to mind – “In times of universal deceit, telling the truth becomes a revolutionary act.” This quote could fit many of the issues you mention, and it is certainly quite fitting regarding government sponsored child snatching by social workers and the closed family law courts. (Or should that be Star Chamber/Kangaroo courts.) The whole system seems to have an almost inbuilt Satanic aversion to truth.

  2. Foxtrot Tango says:

    Dear Sabine,

    I have recently come across a case involving the Sheriff’s Office. This is based in Croydon. Despite its official-sounding name, it is in fact it is a private commission-based company.

    This matter involved a Writ of Ferio Facias. Several aspects of the paperwork did not ring true. Further enquiries revealed that the party named in the supposed writ as initiating the action has no knowledge of it. It looks, at first sight, as if this agency, or an entity closely connected to it, has been trawling through lists of unpaid court costs, and initiating actions in order to generate fees and commissions on the basis of uttering false documents.

    Have you come across anything similar?

    Further details supplied if interested.

    Keep up the good work!

    Best Wishes

    Frank Taylor

    Date: Thu, 8 May 2014 13:57:16 +0000 To: frankinshropshire@hotmail.co.uk

  3. peter oakes says:

    Dear Sabine now read Animal Farm by George Orwell and you will realise he had Exposed it all ! in the 1940,s

    The UK is Airstrip 1. Europa. no more Cheshire, Yorkshire, Dorset,
    Oxford just Airstrip1 Europa region

  4. Roger Gough says:

    Sabine, when we left Parliament one day last summer, you Belinda and I walked across Green Park in the company of a gentleman whom I believe you had only just met that day. Did you ever meet him again? Are you in contact with him? I went to a meeting of the grouping of which he is a member last night in London, and they promised, in future, “transparency” in all their dealings with the public. That was quite a big promise and one that I shall hold them to should the occasion arise. D’you think there may some hope there? Should you wish to become re-acquainted with that grouping I could arrange that. Hope this helps.

  5. Renata Ostertag says:

    Absolutely correct what you say about Art. 1 and 13. Have horrible “news” again from Luton Borough Council regards my house. The creeps that George Orwell described so well in his book, are at it again. Not do I have to pay exorbitant taxes on the house, I am also constantly pestered by the “Empty Homes” team. Phone 01582-54 63 70 A Fiona Egan, newly appointed at this, contacted Sascha and myself. What can be done here? Perhaps you can talk to Sascha regards this and the subject of the human rights violation on us when he was kidnapped and trained to make false allegations. His landline is 01322-63 42 96 I think they want to make me fraudulantly bankrupt as well due to constantly bombarding me with demands that cost a lot of money, knowing darn well that THEY have chased us from our home – Sascha by kidnapping him and me by taking away my EU treaty rights and subsequent dumping in a foreign land. Date: Thu, 8 May 2014 13:57:19 +0000 To: renata_ostertag@hotmail.com

  6. Tony Butler says:

    Perhaps the members of the Commons and Lords would do well to remember that any abrogation of Magna carta, is an unlawful criminal act, and cannot be enacted. Furthermore, anyone voting for such abrogation must be arrested and have their property assailed.

    Parliament is always quoting, “The rule of law . . .” Now, it and the House of Lords must obey it.

    The Magna Carta – Winston Churchill
    “Here is a law which is above the King and Parliament, and which even He and They must not and may not legally break. And in the event they or anyone else were to try to abrogate it, such attempt at abrogation shall have no force nor effect and can be safely ignored with no legal ill effect. In addition, in the event of successful attempts at abrogation of such liberties, customs, or rights, the King has commanded and do hereby compel any and all subjects to swear oath to join the barons to assail the properties and persons and families of those (saving the King, Queen and the royal children) who had successfully completed such abrogation, including but not limited to that of the individual Members of Parliament who had voted in favour of any such successful attempts at abrogation. This reaffirmation of a supreme law and its expression in a general charter is the great work of Magna Carta; and this alone justifies the respect in which men have held it.”

    Isn’t is time the Nine Barons came out of hiding, or have they been bought too?

  7. Anonymous says:

    Please see the Judgment given before the President of the Family Division
    on the 8th May 2014
    Cite as: {2014} EWFC 1406

    Case Number AF11D00099 and 179 others

    Agata Rapisarda Petitioner
    and
    Ivan Colladon Respondent

    Mr Simon P G Murray and Mr Thomas Collins (Instructed by the Treasury Solicitor) for the Queens Proctor

    Ms Tina Villarosa (Instructed under the Direct Public Access scheme) for the Parties.

    The Judgment does mention the case of Moynihan V Moyinhan (No 1) [1997] 1 FLR 59.
    I have not seen the Transcript of the Judgment or the Law Report, where other persons may or might have reasonable access to that Judgment.

    Since there is an Offence of Perverting the Cause of Justice- which I had made objections on the 31st July 2003 in the CO_3208_2003
    HM Attorney General versus Ismail Abdulhai Bhamjee
    Adam Tolley Instructed by the Treasury Solicitor on behalf of the HM Attorney General (As than Solicitor General Harriet Harman QC who had authorised an Application for a Section 42 of the SCA 1981 against Ismail Abdulhai Bhamjee on the 19th June 2003).

    The Judgment given on the 8th April 2014, does not mention of Section 55 (1) (d) of the Family Law Act 1986
    and Statutory Instrument 1988 No 226 Rule 109, 111 (4) to (7).

    I believe that the High Court of Justice Family Division had no Jurisdiction Power to make any decision on my Petition Number 5634 of 1988 as I was the First Person in the United Kingdom.

    I have been directly or indirectly being discriminated by persons in Official Capacity where there is no remedy under Article 13 of the Convention Treaties, as Article 13 has been left out under the Human Rights Act 1998, but the Foreign Limitation Periods Act 1984 Section 1 and 6 (2) (b) does apply.

    There is Rough and Fraud Justice in the United Kingdom against Litigants in Persons, whilst Litigants in Person are also being discriminated as with regards to Costs- When the Treasury Solicitors does has more resources than Individual Citizens,

    I request that any member of the Public should request the Lord Chancellor SS Ministry of Justice, that they should disclose the numbers of Appeals made by persons who are subject to Section 42 of the SCA 1981,
    as there is a Legal Right to have the Case Re-Open under the CPR 52-17. and the Judgment given on the 8th May 2014.

    I believe that the above is true

    Yours Faithfully

    Ismail Abdulhai Bhamjee
    196 Tiptree Crescent
    Ilford
    Essex
    IG5 0ST
    Tell 0203-6010-417

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  9. Erik Strand says:

    I have found a lot of useful information on the situation in the UK on this website. I would like to recommend an article concerning British support for terrorists: http://www.larouchepub.com/other/2008/3548letter_albright.html . A warning about the organisation behind the article could be in its place. The movement has provided several important books and articles, but one should be aware that they are not always serious – see http://www.fampo.no/LHL.html

    Add the content of the EIR article to the child snatchings, the secret courts and the joint enterprise laws ( http://www.fampo.no/joint_enterprise.html ) and so on, and it gives a nasty picture of what is going on in the UK.

    That said, it is not necessarily better in other countries. For those who may be interested, here is some background on child snatching in Norway – http://www.fampo.no/cps.html – and censorship in last year’s electoral campaign – http://www.fampo.no/article_deleted_in_norwegian_election_campaign.html

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