WHAT NEXT after our Pilgrimage to Brussels? Individual Petitions and Collective Cries for Help to the EU Commission!

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Katya & Mummy. April 2012Laila Brice wants Merton Council to return her daughter. Thanks to her work with her Latvian MEP Tatjana Zdanoka, we did achieve the only outcome we could possibly hope for: an investigation by the Petitions Committee into the UK, just as it has carried out fact finding missions into Denmark and Germany already.

However, that does not get your kids back tomorrow. Hence you can take these actions for your family now:

1. Write to Catherine Day, the current Secretary General of the EU Commission:

Dear Secretary General

You will know by now that the petition Abolish Adoptions without Parental Consent in the UK was presented to the Petitions Committee on 19 March 2014. It’s about the 1,000 children taken into ‘care’ every month and the 100,000 estimated children in foster ‘care’ – before 4% of them end up being adopted – generally against the will of their birth parents.

My child/ren is/are part of these shocking statistics. Please find therefore enclosed a summary of my case concerning Local Authority ABC. They have violated many Articles of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child, as you will see instantly.

Please confirm that you will ask all relevant UK authorities to explain why they allow such crimes against children and violation of Child Rights to take place on a routine level and industrial scale. More

WHY BRITAIN is no longer safe: in ‘link language’ and bullet points

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The Independent has been there:

but also the Guardian:

In my experience of shifting emphasis from organising meetings at Westminster to web publishing, here’s why Britain is no longer safe – in ‘link language’ and bullet points:

  1. Starting with the Sudeley Bankruptcy and its Contemporary Significance: fraudulent bankruptcies, home repossessions and false imprisonments
  2. Punishment without Crime – Bereavement without Death – with over 36,300 visits since April 2012.

JOHN HEMMING MP recommends: Flee the Country because you can’t have a Fair Trial

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At long last: BBC Breakfast is reporting! John Hemming MP says:

The process is soo unfair, parents should flee the country!

The Government says:

The reform of family justice is of critical priority. They want new standards for expert witnesses and better outcomes. 

But who looks at the ORIGIN of the problem? At the CAUSE and GENESIS?

What is worse:

  • that Social Services are malicious,
  • that ‘experts’ make mistakes
  • or that the judiciary doesn’t give you fair trials?

Too little too late, as ever…

But: more tonight on the Panorama special I Want My Baby Back! John Sweeney investigates the secretive world of the family courts - a tiny reflection of the real truth and the true realities we know…

 

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INSPIRED by UKIP: the UKIP £, Child Snatching and the Bradbury Pound

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launching her Battle for Britain's Children campaignEvery 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 PoundBelinda 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!

 

EXCEPTIONAL and extreme cases of maladministration and mismanagement?

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How do you compare injustice, fraud, failures of ‘the system’ and explain the width of the gap between the Rule of Law (and correctness) and the Rule of Money (and corruption)?

Victims Unite started in August 2010 by publishing individual cases that were begun on Enforcement of Bank of England Act 1694. Since then I

  • accompanied some 50 general and another 50 or so cases in family courts
  • posted 474 articles
  • and 815 followers are reading regularly about ‘us’, the victims turning into starfighters, campaigners, online activists and McKenzie Friends and ‘them’, the ‘public service’ organisations ranging from police, prison, courts, the House of Commons and House of Lords to the Government in Downing Street.

13 08 31 statsToday, the 250,000 mark of visitors will be passed. And I am sorry to say that the only thing that has improved is my ability to ‘see through’ what’s happening more and more:

  • public officials commit white collar crimes
  • they deny and lie
  • they cover each other
  • they commit more crimes to cover up.

No matter which ‘case’ comes before courts, no matter which story I try to publish, no matter who tries to get justice and compensation, it’s never a level playing field, for there is always one individual that is being victimised by many officials who are ‘just doing their job’.  More

THE PEOPLE PROCESSING Industry: Dishonest Money in, Victimised Victims Out

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13 08 11 The Slog

Take Power, Be Heard!

I can’t help it: I’m a systems analyst. I don’t just view ‘subroutines’ in a system of programs. I look at the complete deck of cards. At the time of my ‘formative years’, we were dealing with punched cards at CERN in Geneva!

Living in London since 1981 has exposed me not only to our system of creating dishonest money from thin air and charging interest for it, but also to very sad systems of people who are paid with this dishonest money to victimise innocent victims.

The degree of victimisation is such that it is surprising that not more is commonly known. Of course, victims are gagged and intimidated with threats of imprisonment. They are also likely to feel ashamed and think it’s their own fault rather the one of ‘the system’.

But whatever ‘the systems’ are, whether Prison, Police, Courts, Lawyers, other Professionals, Parliament, Government, Whitehall, House of Lords, The City – it is likely to be an institution that benefits from its Royal Charter. They process us, the people, and turn us from ‘victim’ into ‘super victim’ – IF you let them! It may be a long and slow process to wake up to the fact that it doesn’t have to be that way. Joining the blogosphere helps! Uniting with other victims is vital! Becoming McKenzie Friend is ‘learning by doing’. More

THE FORENSICS of Legal Fraud – across Bankruptcies, Poisoning, Child Snatching and Court of Protection

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Too Big to Fail

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.

BUSINESSMAN shot solicitor dead because… But who are the real criminals? Who are the real policy makers?

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13 06 06 Daily Mail“BUSINESSMAN shot solicitor dead because he blamed him for the repossession of his home and break down in his marriage” – this is the title of the article in the Daily Mail today.

God forbid a solicitor is a criminal! God forbid Solicitors from Hell is not ‘real’! God forbid there will be a judge who will acknowledge the criminality of a colleague! After all, they have to protect each other, while denying and lying and committing crimes to cover up crimes. That’s my bottom line analysis.

Here’s the article about a retired Scotland Yard Inspector who gets punished for his paedophile activities. You see, the covering up of crimes cuts across all institutions, from ‘the law’ to the ‘law enforcement’.

Shall I go further with my current understanding and analysis?

Well, by now, I feel there are enough people out there highlighting the ultimate crimes:

and the real people who are pulling the strings. Here are some links as a taster:

TOWARDS TABLING our Abolish Forced Adoption Requests in the EU Petitions Committee

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Stop Forced AdoptionsIt may not be worth anything, but I’d like to die knowing that I’ve tried my best. Hence I have submitted this text to Abolish Adoptions without Parental Consent online to the EU Petitions Committee. More can be provided offline later.

It comprises input from ‘key players’ and expert Ian Josephs who still gets between 3 and 6 calls a day, sometimes up to 10.

This is our position:

  • the next Committee meeting is on 19 June
  • they tend to be held once a month and have LOTS of petitions to consider
  • two non-UK MEPs have promised to help get our petition tabled, if it has at least 2,000 signatures.

In November 2012, the UK, Croatia and Portugal have been the subject of human rights and family courts in this report and this resolution of the Council of Europe which says in Article 4:

Children ought to be separated from their parents only in very exceptional circumstances, subject to judicial review and in line with the requirements stemming from the European Convention on Human Rights (ETS No. 5) and the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child of 1989.

They Council of Europe has produced

Hence I’ve tried my best to gain support:

Any chance of you adding your support to getting numbers up?  More

AROUND 50 Children per year die, while in the ‘care’ of Local Authorities; figures need to protect ‘identities’, says Edward Timpson MP

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13 05 27 Ed TimpsonOn 20th May 2013, Madeleine Moon, MP for Bridgend asked the Secretary of State for Education:

how many children under 18 years old have died, while in care of local authorities in the last 10 years, in each local authority area; and if he will make a statement.

Edward Timpson, MP for Crewe and Nantwich, answered as Secretary of State for Education:

Information on the number of children who die while in the care of local authorities in England is shown in the following table. Figures are given for each English region for the year 2003 to 2012.

The number of children who die while in the care of local authorities in England is low, typically around 50 children per year. Due to these low numbers and to protect their identities, figures cannot be provided for each individual local authority. More

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