November 5, 2013
Child 'care', Child 'Protection', Empowerment Mondays, Family Courts, Human Rights Convention, Lawful Protest, McKenzie Friends, United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child
Adoption, Christopher Booker, HM Prison Holloway, Holloway, John Hemming, Melissa, Telegraph, The Daily Telegraph
Empowerment Mondays at the Royal Courts of Justice in London are powerful opportunities for victims to unite and dare to ‘come out’ and ‘speak out’.
DON’T ADOPT MY SON
Homeless in the US whilst he is kept for adoption –
as published by John Hemming– the only MP
who stands up for Justice for Families
Melissa’s story is typical for what is unique in the UK: child snatching aka state kidnapping, especially foreigners, sanctioned by courts, parents gagged from speaking out under threat of imprisonment, mainstream media not reporting the truth and children screaming to be heard. Parents are punished without having committed any crime. Forced adoptions take place without their consent.
Deported, imprisoned and beaten for being a parent and Social workers damn us both ways are Christopher Booker’s articles about Melissa Laird in The Telegraph. As McKenzie Friends (lay legal advisors) we visited her in HMP Holloway for nearly two years. We reported: Five mothers on hunger strike which resulted in a gagging order and two journalists being banned from Holloway. We published She wins in Court, but gets beaten up in Prison. One month later, the police interviewed her but no-one got charged.
WHAT CAN WE DO? More
October 27, 2013
Child 'care', Child 'Protection', Child abduction, Empowerment Mondays, Empty Pushchair Horrors, Facebook, Family Courts, Internet Media, Lawful Protest, Ministry of Justice
Barnet London Borough Council, Christopher Booker, Facebook, James Munby, John Hemming, Kellie Cottam, Phil Thompson, Royal Courts of Justice
Tomorrow, Monday at the Royal Courts of Justice: Kellie Cottam who dares Flintshare Council to put her in jail, while demanding her children back for Christmas.
Court 43; Before MR JUSTICE MOOR; Monday, 28 October, 2013; At 10:30 AM
Applications/Summonses in Court as in Chambers
FD07D02865 Reading Day. The court is supposed to be ‘vacated’ but she’ll be there to clarify and move on!
I have accompanied more parents than I wish I had to – in and out of prison, starting with Vicky Haigh, the first parent and council named in Parliament by John Hemming MP. She is still far from seeing her daughter and has been ‘inside’ twice, while the worst of all child snatching cases still needs at lot of attention, too: the Nigerian Musas whose seven children were taken, while a farcically staged trial with a hand picked jury sent them to prison for seven years.
Hence I ‘wear three gagging orders with pride’ as my websites were used in courts – but the only ‘secret’ is supposed to be the name and photo of children – who are advertised for adoptions like pets, as Christopher Booker writes in The Telegraph. It’s this utter hypocrisy that gets to me. Supposedly in the “best interest of the child” – but children are NEVER listened to! Instead they are being irreparably damaged and abused. Statistics prove it, but reason or common sense do NOT prevail. It’s all about Welcome to filthy Britain!
I started with state kidnapping as no 12 of the cases we should group to change the law, as advised by Lord Sudeley – the worst historic bankruptcy that the country should be utterly ashamed of.
Since then I built websites and petitions with a Dossier of Online Evidence of currently 10 pages. The latest for Melissa Laird who was deported so that her son could be adopted by Barnet Council and Phil Thompson – the great-grandfather who dares Walsall Council for its crimes. More
October 2, 2013
Empowerment Mondays, Empowerment Mondays, Internet Media, Keith Vaz MP, Law Enforcement, Lawful Protest, Prison
Cameron, Death of Mark Duggan, Home Affairs Select Committee, Home-Office, Human rights, Keith Vaz, Mark Duggan, Speakers' Corner
This is the leaflet I found among the papers of Melissa Laird – after she got deported so that her son can by adopted – thanks to the criminal activities of Barnet Council.
Meanwhile I received this email: “One year on from my husband’s avoidable death, thanks to you and others I realise how hopeless it is to follow the prescribed channels of complaint. Every path leads nowhere.
The manipulators hold all the cards. They have the money, publicity, media control and legal access denied to all complainants. Those who get noticed are quickly recruited into their ranks in order to fool the public into thinking they’re listening and changes are imminent. They’re not.
I think it’s possible to turn up the volume if we unite all the groups and protest in one voice. Individuals seldom make an impact. I met Caul Grant of Campaign for Truth and Justice at Speakers corner. He stays within the law. I joined them on the last 2 Empowerment Mondays outside the RCJ when they stopped the traffic for 10 minutes at a time by forming a moving chain across Fleet Street. The disruption was effective, it got us noticed. Passers by were shocked to hear the stories of protestors.
Michael Mansfied, currently representing Mark Duggan‘s family listened, so did Keith Vaz MP, currently chairman of Home Affairs Committee, a Parliamentary committee that scrutinises the work of the Home Office and a strong advocate of Human Rights. Given that Cameron has vowed to limit access to the European Court we cannot afford to be complacent.”
Caul responds: More
September 25, 2013
Child 'care', Child 'Protection', Child abduction, Empowerment Mondays, Empowerment Mondays, Empty Pushchair Horrors, Facebook, Family Courts, Internet Media, Lawful Protest, Ministry of Justice, Rule of Law, United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child, Universal Declaration of Human Rights
Belfast, Bolton, Bristol, Facebook, Leeds, London, Manchester, Wakefield
Empowerment Mondays were started on 16 September and brought the traffic in Central London to a halt as an action – of lawful and peaceful protest – by the Campaign for Truth and Justice.
Empty Pushchair Horror is now not only a London event next Monday but parents and grandparents in many other places are joining in: search on Facebook for Empty Pushchair Horror!
You’ll find Blackburn, Bolton, Bristol, Grantham, Leeds, Manchester, Wakefield, Teeside and Belfast!
And you’ll find this article: East Lancashire couple leads ‘pushchair protest’
Make your own event happen outside your Local Council or Court! Unite with other victims! Mutual encouragement and empowerment is half the battle! For it’s a spiritual battle we’re fighting. Between the good guys and the bad guys also known as good and evil…
June 26, 2013
Bradbury Pound, Coalition of Resistance, Human Rights Convention, Internet Media, Peoples Assemblies, Rule of Law, Rule of Money
Court of Protection, Deloitte, Ernst & Young, Family Court, Government, Kenneth Clarke, Paulette Cooper, University of Essex
It takes bad intentions to commit a crime. And it takes ‘people in high places’ to cover it up.
In David Fabb’s case it was Deloittes. In Chris Coomber’s case it is Ernst & Young, or rather the Global Head of Business Restructuring aka ‘theft by insolvencies’. Kenneth Clarke‘s Insolvency Department couldn’t be convinced of our arguments and evidence at the time. In any case, they don’t ‘deal with individual cases’…
Deloittes and Ernst & Young are two of the ‘big four’ accountancy firms that are ‘too big to fail’. Prem Sikka, professor of accountancy at the University of Essex, writes regularly in The Guardian about their shortcomings. For they are not too big to steal and to commit fraud! Because they can always hide behind ‘corporate firewalls’, i.e. nobody is responsible, until directors of companies are taken to account.
June 23, 2013
Parliament, Peoples Assemblies, YouTube
Emergency service, Frances O'Grady, Local government, London, Mark Steel, Trades Union Congress, Welfare state, YouTube
I had registered long before responding to a cry for volunteers. But my back couldn’t stand it. So I used my tablet to take notes and photos and act as promoter of the ideas in bullet points.
People’s Assemblies are
- stop cuts and halt privatisation
- tax the millionaires and big business
- drop the debt and put banks under democratic control
- invest in jobs, homes, public services and the environment.
The excellent programme of speakers was opened by:
- Owen Jones who calls himself a fourth generation socialist
- Frances O’Grady – the first woman to be Secretary General of the TUC – who got us all to link arms, as it’s all about solidarity
- Mark Steel – the comedian who made too many jokes for me to remember and says in his bio: and yet capitalism still seems to rule the world. But YouTube comes to the rescue:
- Stephen Morrison-Burke – Birmingham Poet Laureate 2012/13 – who said that “austerity was their stun gun” and repeated in his wonderful recital “this is serious”.
April 10, 2012
Coalition of Resistance, Publicity
Advocacy, British people, Campaigning, Coalition of Resistance, Fraudulent imprisonment, Germany, Haringey Council, Haringey London Borough Council, Maurice J Kirk, Norman Scarth, Police harassment, Protest, Publicity, Quisling, Robert Green, Times, Wikipedia, World War II
Norman Scarth, the WWII veteran who fled the country he fought for, keeps calling them Quislings, a term coined by The Times in 1940: “To writers, the word Quisling is a gift from the gods. If they had been ordered to invent a new word for traitor…they could hardly have hit upon a more brilliant combination of letters. Aurally it contrives to suggest something at once slippery and tortuous,” as the wisdom of Wikipedia tells us.
Slippery, yes, as experienced by fob off letters and emails:
- not our remit
- not my constituency
- don’t deal with individual cases.
Tortuous, even more:
- Maurice J Kirk BVScwho doesn’t mind going to prison for his principles, is on hunger strike again, for he is being treated abominably – while trying to get compensation for his fraudulent imprisonment and incarceration in a psychiatric clinic in 2009 and 20 years of Police harassment in South Wales
- he is being held for an unspecified reason and unable to apply for bail, for the CPS would have to state WHY he is being held
- his remand warrant was signed by the Clerk of the Magistrates Court and states MENTAL HEALTH ISSUES, but he has not been assessed; the Tottenham Police Station assessment (where he was held as he was helping the Musas) was unsatisfactory and asked for a full mental health assessment; but in Cardiff, people would like to rely on that report by that doctor whose name must not be mentioned – of September 09)
- the ‘restraining order’ that was supposed to be the reason for all sorts of changes to the website never was administered to him; that’s why he has never seen any document stating why he is being held;
- just as with the Musas: first you do the dirty deed, then you invent and fabricate ‘allegations’ and ‘evidence';
- The Musas are being held on remand since 29th November 2011, only for Haringey Council to cover up their wrong-doings and to get the children adopted
- an American woman was locked up by Barnet Council so that they could take her son unencumbered
- Robert Green is in prison because he has been exposing the crimes against Hollie Greig – which for some ‘strange’ reason cannot be viewed in Germany…