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:

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SAMPLE LETTER to MPs about Child Abduction from Belgium Rubberstamped by UK Judiciary

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Human Rights Defence

Human Rights Defence (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

This remarkable comment was written in response to this blog post on Punishment without Crime.

It appears that once they find they get shielded by closing ranks and keeping secrets and are able to use our taxpayers money to threaten and pressurize people into silence  they continue to get away with it. Each of us must keep repeating this concern. Stop them stealing our legal controls. The law is there and it is ours, our children have rights and we as parents have rights under the law. We must rescue our legal rights and use them against those who abuse human rights.

If we each wrote to our MP [www.WriteToThem.com] in the standard form, either email or letter I am sending:

Dear Rt Hon Fiona Mactaggart More

THE PAEDOPHILES FRIEND? A most extra-ordinary 22-page Open Letter to David Cameron MP

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13 03 03 Savile Heath This letter by Michael H. Murrin, entitled “A Paedophiles Friend?”, is a labour of love and passion.

It is based on the possession of the membership list of the Paedophile Information Exchange from a reliable and proven source. The result are two online petitions:

and 22 pages of care-ful research, choice of images, links, media references and care-ful formatting to follow up a previous letter around these 4 requests:

  1. The Paedophile Information Exchange and its founders were finally subject to criminal prosecution during the mid 1980’s, however the full extent of its influence has never been properly, openly, examined. I now ask you to authorise the release of ALL archived records concerning the police investigation of, and subsequent prosecution of, P.I.E. This to include a complete transcript of the court case, the publication of the membership list and publication of the mailing list. I also request that you authorise the release into the public domain of any memoranda and/or other communications related to P.I.E, between the Metropolitan Police, the Home Office and 10 Downing Street during the time of the police investigation into P.I.E.
  2. At this point I make my second request to you; I ask that you intervene to release Colin Smart from the legal injunctions inflicted upon him by Sunderland City Council. In effect I am asking you to restore to Mr. Smart his liberty and his right to freedom of speech. 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

Tell Your MP about the 7/7 London Bombings – 7 years after the event

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WE ARE NOT AFRAID

WE ARE NOT AFRAID (Photo credit: coconinoco)

Rich Planet has launched a campaign to Tell Your MP about the evidence that exists regarding the bombing as a ‘false flag operation’ rather than the way it was portrayed in the mainstream media.

  1. Here is a possible cover letter for reading in .pdf and editing as .doc.
  2. Here are links to TV and video programmes:
  3. Theorising Truth – What happened at Canary Wharf on 7th July 2005: a 20-page report by Dr Rory Ridley-Duff of Sheffield Hallam University.

4. 12-page report by former Principal Intelligence Analyst of South Yorkshire Police Tony Farrell

5. Letter to Lady Justice Hallett by Dr. Nick Kollerstrom concerning the 7/7 inquest

6. Two reviews of the book Terror on the Tube by Dr. Nick Kollerstrom. More

New South Wales Parliament apologises for Forced Adoptions

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The article Parliament apology on forced adoptions accepted, but mothers still feel hurt is a second interesting ‘precedent’ from New South Wales (NSW). At the time, babies were taken from unmarried mothers!

In 1996, the Royal Commission into NSW Police took place which resulted in reports on corruption, reform and paedophilia.

Here, 91 MPs are recommending a Royal Commission, by having signed this Early Day Motion.

What if the UK Parliament

  1. acknowledged that forced adoption is a punishment without crime and the removal of babies at birth a violation of human rights?
  2. apologised for all wrongful adoptions and promised to re-investigate?
  3. contacted all children and invited them to “Post Adoption Resource Centres” to process their traumatic separations?
  4. compensated all parents for the grief and trauma of institutional abuse?
  5. considered re-investigating over-zealous Social Services‘ decisions of children in ‘care’?
  6. took an active interest in John Hemming MP’s Family Justice Bill that will be debated on October 26th? More

Royal Commission on Policing – already proposed in March 2011 – supported by 92 MPs

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Michael Doherty organised the excellent demo ABOLISH THE IPCC (Independent Police Complaints Commission) on Mayday 2012.

It had the amazing response that Keith Vaz MP,  Chairman of the Home Select Committee, announced an inquiry into the powers and future of the IPCC.

Until this happens, please note:

And finally, know that the Royal Commission into New South Wales Police in 1996 resulted in three volumes: corruption, reform and paedophilia!

Scandalising a Judge or “it is vital that public confidence in the judiciary is protected”

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In my observation of UK courts over a number of years from the point of view of victims of white collar crimes, public confidence can only be restored, if culprits admit to their shortcomings, ask for forgiveness and offer compensation. A kind of “Courts Jubilee”.

Meanwhile, however, David Dunlop, a smart barrister defends Peter Hain MP in an Irish court against the Northern Ireland Attorney General John Larkin. The former Northern Ireland Secretary of State Peter Hain is being prosecuted for critical comments about a Hight Court judge in his autobiography.

But his barrister is suggesting:

  1. Does the “archaic” offence of ‘scandalising the court’ still exist?
  2. Criticism of judges or of judicial decisions does not in itself constitute contempt of court.
  3. The fair criticism of judges and judicial decisions is not only quite clearly a right, there are also occasions when there may be a duty to do it.
  4. “Citizens are entitled to have confidence in the administration of justice, they should not be improperly deprived of this entitlement or have it endangered.”

As reported by the Press Association, the full case will be heard on June 19.

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UK MPs raise Concerns over ‘corrupt and hostile’ Judiciary – in the Maldives

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Thanks to Colin Peters, I learned about these MPs criticising the judiciary in the Maldives:

Please put your comment on this Maldivean publication or this one and / or write to the MPs. Here’s what I sent:

Dear …

I was most interested to read about your willingness to criticise the Judiciary in the Maldives for being ‘corrupt and hostile’. Might we therefore count on you supporting our criticisms in the UK, by asking the Minister of Justice how he expects corruption and hostility towards victims of white collar crimes to go away here, in the UK?

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