DERAILED from the Public Interest – the Public Gravy Train

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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: More

RETURN Our Stolen Children! – What Can We Do? – Our Battle against Judges who ignore the Law

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David Jenkins, the organiser of Stolen Children of the UK [S.C.O.T. UK] the 8-day demo outside Downing Street in July 2013 is now in HMP Swansea.

He has had 4 children taken and handed in signatures with a petition that was published in Hansard on 03 September 2013: Children Placed in Foster Care.

Dear Mr Cameron, take the Lead and Return our Stolen Children was the cover letter of our file.

David is now in prison for having named one of the Social Workers involved, even though Lord Justice Munby has made this breakthrough judgement in which he appeals to courts to adapt to the realities of the internet, particularly social media! That includes naming Social Workers!

BUT: as Christopher Booker writes in The Telegraph: Why do our judges in family courts ignore the law? – How can any sane judge decide that a child should remain in ‘care’ of a blind 80-year old widow? Is it coincidence that it’s the same judge who decided that it is up to the ‘discretion of Barnet Council’ whether there should be any contact between a 4-year-old boy and his mother? He has not seen her since December 2011 and she has been deported so that he can be adopted

It is our and Lord Justice Munby’s battle against judges who don’t obey the Law of the Land. No wonder, Belinda McKenzie writes regular Battle News for Britain’s children.

Meanwhile we handed out this leaflet at today’s Empowerment Monday:

RETURN our STOLEN CHILDREN[1]

Parents and Supporters at Empowerment Mondays[2]
and via a Petition in the House of Commons[3]

Social Services take children off their parents for all sorts of frivolous reasons, such as ‘risk of emotional harm’. They hide behind the secrecy of Family Courts[4] who sanction the wrong doing. More

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!

 

OUR ‘child protection’ system is an international scandal: House of Commons, Downing St and Nigeria

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A Latvian and Dutch parent whose children were stolen by the UK

It’s either sex or money or both that are the reasons and explanations for what we’ve been observing in the ‘care’ system:

John Hemming MP’s meeting in the House of Commons with representatives from 30 Embassies resulted in More

LEARNING by DOING and Helping by Being – in and out of Courts, on- and off-line

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13 01 19 MeetupWhen a mother whose second child is being taken – without paperwork – calls for help because she realises that her solicitor is not acting in her interest, I’m going into a higher gear:

  1. I invited her to join us at our meeting the House of Commons so that she could realise she is not alone (what a consolation…)
  2. I put her court hearing on the Meetup list of events to facilitate support – for her, Michael Doherty and Norman Scarth next week
  3. I talked to other experienced McKenzie Friends to try to understand.

It appears that the “second generation radar” helps Social Services to get hold of children, especially at birth, i.e. the mother was in care as a teenager and thus known to Social Services.

When she was pregnant, she could do whatever – it never satisfied Social Services… So the first baby was taken at 7 months, without paperwork, and the second one 6 days after birth, again without paperwork.

The most experienced Ian Josephs writes that breast feeding is a fundamental human right for mothers and the right NOT to be removed at birth for babies. But Social Services, in collusion with Police, Courts and Judges, are above the law, aren’t they!?…  More

CHANGING the SYSTEM means changing the culture, ethics, attitudes, dishonesty, privilege and tribalism of Britain

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13 01 13 John WardThis morning I am still somewhat recovering from yesterday’s meeting. Before turning its outcomes into activity, I just copy what John Ward, publisher of the very popular The Slog wrote:

I was in a House of Commons committee room for much of yesterday, and you’ll all be relieved to know that there is no longer any water for sessions there. Given yesterday’s news (not really news, just the first time it’s been admitted) that our banks are nowhere near the target of refilled balance sheets, I suppose the Commons water was bound to go in the end.

But was there any other evidence to hand in the Palace of Westminster that our doom is at hand? Not really: I met and spoke with two MPs – diligent and concerned, don’t doubt it – but neither of them seemed that aware of how dysfunctionally unpopular the political class is across Europe.

More remarkable were the ordinary people in the room grappling with serious legal, constitutional, police and power-abuse issues. Mums imprisoned spitefully, armed police raiding family homes, people being declared in need of mental assessment for arguing with social workers, businesses being fraudulently declared insolvent, judges exceeding their powers while ignoring evidence. And volunteer intermediaries dedicated to helping those stuck in a Kafkaesque world in which the law says one thing but the authorities do another.

“It’s the system,” people kept saying, “We must change the system”. I don’t agree, I’m afraid. You have to change the culture, ethics, attitudes, dishonesty, privilege, and inflexibly dated tribalism of Britain. Just making the system tougher without doing that will simply mean more new laws – and more cynical new ways of getting round them.

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MIND THE GAPS – between Online and Mainstream Media, Government and Public @ the House of Commons

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Mind the Gaps – between Online and Mainstream Media, Government and Public

Tuesday, 15th January, House of Commons, Committee Rooms, 11am – 1pm and 2pm – 4pm

Globalisation strategist Zbigniew Brzezinski[1] recently identified accelerating social change driven by “instant mass communications”, which have been cumulatively stimulating “a universal awakening of mass political consciousness[2].” In the UK, the consequent gulfs between public opinion and government, and between online and mainstream media are widening precariously: poll after poll details public trust plummeting[3][4][5] all round while many political activist websites have grown as busy as mainstream e-commerce and media outlets.

As public interest advocates, the Association of McKenzie Friends[6] seeks to acknowledge and address these gaps as a matter of urgency. In the wake of debilitating systemic failures such as Hillsborough, Savile and Leveson, we will be presenting an evidence-based analysis of “Seven Deadly Syndromes” that infect public life. Panel members are:

In the afternoon, John Hemming MP will be replaced by Austin Mitchell MP[14] who has not only been a mainstream journalist but also an expert of monetary reform and victims of white collar crimes for years. More

On Becoming more Effective in the New Year

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I do enjoy symbols and signs to give meaning to life. When one of my first emails on New Year’s Day was “My boys are in Slovakia” I was therefore hopeful for a New Year of ‘successes’ in our struggles to reverse injustices – from fraudulent bankruptcies and home repossessions to having children put into ‘care’, getting them adopted and being imprisoned on top!

I found the above picture on Chris Roubis’ Facebook page, after his site was taken down due to mentioning Unlawful Killing – the cover-ups concerning Lady Di’s death.

With a view to becoming more effective on behalf of victims, survivors, starfighters, campaigners, activists and McKenzie Friends as Public Interest Advocates, we are working on:

May 2013 become the year of breakthrough we’ve long been waiting for – with many thanks for all your visits, comments and suggestions!

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Victims of press and sexual abuse unite: ONLINE!

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English: Anti-paedophilia logo from the Nation...

English: Anti-paedophilia logo from the National Revival of Poland (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

There are enough people interpreting and commenting on the Leveson inquiry – which gave a voice to 51 of a new class of victims: ‘press victims’.

The Wikipedia page gives all the factual information. Lord Leveson realised that they need a place where to go to for complaints and compensation.

‘Victims’ also seemed to be on the agenda in the House of Commons debate. But I am as cynical as the editor of The DuckShoot: nothing is going to change regarding the mainstream media, unless people stop buying and reading:

AND: who knows what creative spirits come up with on the net??? For as long as possible, I will, remain hopeful regarding the potential of the internet concerning the public interest and its defence!

Here you can see which state uses its power to police the net! Guess which country is the worst?… Turkey, followed by the US! More

John Hemming: the MP who outed Ryan Giggs in superinjunctions row

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John Hemming MP has not only been supportive of victims of injunctions, but he attended also our meeting on January 25, 2011.

The victims who gathered have experienced all sorts of white collar crimes and included someone who is also threatened with prison for allegedly having violated an order.

I have been threatened with prison, too, in case I violate two such orders!…

This Guardian article mentions the fact John Hemming MP removed the gag on Vicky Haigh and Doncaster Council. But it concludes with a quote by Tom Harris, the former Labour transport minister:

It is behaviour that is unacceptable for an MP.

He is obviously enjoying the reputation of being something of a maverick,

Power to your being a maverick, John!!!

The BBC reports Super-injunctions row: Hemming denies abusing privilege.

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