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.
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September 23, 2013
Bradbury Pound, Child 'care', Child 'Protection', Child abduction, EU, Government, UKIP
Forum for Stable Currencies, house of commons, House of Commons of the United Kingdom, Local exchange trading system, London, Methodist Central Hall, Methodist Central Hall Birmingham, Nigel Farage, UK Independence Party, UKIP, UKIP Conference
Every speaker on the UKIP Conference on Saturday was a delight. Thanks to long term member Matthew Faithfull, who had come to our last meeting at the House of Commons, we were guests and could feel the pulse of the party that
stands for what we believe in and believes in what we stand for.
The Chairman of our Forum for Stable Currencies had introduced me to it already years ago. But this conference at the Methodist Central Hall was far more convincing than that lunch time meeting in the City. We had hoped to see whether UKIP would be open to the child snatching issue and the Bradbury Pound. Belinda McKenzie [in the photo] came to launch her campaign for Britain’s children outside the entrance to the Conference. Justin Walker came to test the waters for the Bradbury Pound.
And my ‘fire for promotion’ was lit and I wrote a proposal to introduce the UKIP £ – in the spirit of LETS – the first Local Exchange Trading System I started in London in the 80s.
Listening to Nigel Farage’s definition of the party, it could just be that we’re running in open doors. Let’s see!
September 17, 2013
Child 'care', Child 'Protection', Corruption, Court of Protection, Family Courts, Human Rights Convention, Law Enforcement, Meetup, Police, Police state, Rule of Law, Rule of Money
Bachelor of Veterinary Science, Bank of England Act 1694, Court of Protection, James Munby, Police, Royal Courts of Justice, Rule of law, South Wales Police
Monday’s event outside the Royal Courts of Justice was the result of Caul Grant who founded the Campaign for Truth and Justice telling his victimisation and starfighter story at a gathering of the Free Spirit Foundation.
This spiritual revolution will continue every Monday from 10am to 4pm. Afterwards, we network in The George opposite to relax the bones after demonstrating that:
- Law Breakers cannot be Law Enforcers
- the Judiciary is guilty of criminal acts
- we demand compliance with the Rule of Law and equal application of the Law.
But the programme of events and implementation of actions will emerge as we dance between the real and the online world. In Leipzig, the demos started every Monday night and eventually brought the Berlin Wall down. We shall see and overcome!
Our overall objectives are:
- to break the silence that protects the ongoing corruption within the civil and criminal justice system – one of the seven deadly syndromes and seven media cover-ups
- to break the City’s Rule of Money and ensure Westminster’s Rule of Law by enforcing the Bank of England Act 1694
- to enforce Sir James Munby’s judgement of 05 September 2013 that calls for the court to adapt its practice to the realities of the internet and in particular social media. More