August 6, 2012
Campaigning, Exposure, Local Council
Gumtree, Labour, Labour Council, Leicester, Mayor, Parties, Pedophilia, Politics
Labour25 started by publishing information about 25 convicted paedophiles in the Labour Party. Now there are 36 in total.
And this is their latest story:
The parents of the children swore at the Labour Councillor as he was found guilty of trying to molest their children as he was ushered quickly by security staff at Leicester Crown Court. The paedophile known as Labour Councillor for Leicester Manish Sood who stood in the dock brings the Labour Party paedophiles to total a staggering 36 with Four others arrested and slipping through the court system. But there was no slipping away from the judge at this court.. and the verdict was guilty.
The Labour25 listed paedophile Manish Sood, spotted an advertisement by a school girl for a job in Gumtree, an online service with a part time work column. Paedophile Manish Sood then decided to phone her and asked her for sex at a fixed price. The child got frightened and was so scared, she told no-one but her friend in her school. She told her friend what the paedophile Labour councillor was asking her to do for him. He sent scores of filthy text messages and phone calls of an explicit nature. More
November 26, 2011
Campaigning, Exposure, Mainstream Media, News, Publicity
Activism, Cardiff, Child abuse, Christopher Booker, Law, Magistrates Court, Maurice Kirk, Musa Family, Nigeria, Political prisoner, Politics, Prison, Rule of law, The Salem News, Tribulations, Wales
Trust the web to make magic happen – in this case thanks to Salem-News:
1. World Attention Focuses on UK Political Prisoners: Musa Family and Aviation Adventurer Maurice Kirk
Activists demand freedom for Musa children and one of their outspoken advocates.
2. Beyond the Rule of Law: Being a Political Prisoner in HMP Cardiff
The Trials and Tribulations by a Chronic Litigant in Person Aged 66
May 30, 2011
Advocacy, Campaigning, Members of Parliament, Publicity, Ronnie Campbell MP
Labour, Labour MP, Member of Parliament, Northumberland Gazette, Parties, Politics, Ronnie Campbell, white collar crime
This article in the Northumberland Gazette does not come as a surprise to us ‘seasoned victims’.
What’s good is that Ronnie Campbell, Labour MP for Blyth, has stepped in!
However, the article focusses more on releasing information to the media than investigating crimes. For our experience has most definitely been that the Police does not seem to want to investigate white collar crimes or any other in Paulette Cooper‘s case whose perpetrator had too many ‘mates’ in the Police.
Or, as in Maurice J Kirk BVSc‘s case: they are bullying and harassing him to the point of putting a ‘firearms response’ in place, i.e. be ready to shoot to kill.
Long live Crime and Disorder as a replacement for Law and Order!…
April 28, 2011
Corruption, Moscow, Politics, Russia
Russian entrepreneurs lead fight against corruption is the title of an article in the online supplement of the Russian Gazette.
Published by the Telegraph, this article describes the ‘epidemic proportions’ that corruption has reached in Russia, with some 70,000 enterprises being targeted.
In the UK, it was only 75,000 home repossessions that were ‘planned’ for 2011 …
March 17, 2011
Early Day Motion
John Hemming, Member of Parliament, Politics, Royal Commission
On the occasion of our last meeting, John Hemming MP proved to be a most supportive MP even though I’m not aware of a victim in his constituency so far.
Here he is proposing a Royal Commission on Policing as an Early Day Motion – to test how many other MPs might consider it an issue.
March 14, 2011
Church of England, English people, Home-Office, Politics
My name is Michael Stuckey of Swindon , Wiltshire. I am an Englishman – born and bred, as was my father and his father before. I have recently married a foreign national (non-EU!) for the good old-fashioned reason of Love. I was not looking for Love, but it found me, hence I fell – in-Love. I did not choose to get into a relationship with a woman from another country, but it happened anyway. I have NO regrets about marrying the person I fell in-Love with; she is the same age as myself – which is 55 yrs.
January 20, 2011
Conservatives, Kenneth Clarke, Law, Lord Chancellor, Member of Parliament, Politics, Vince Cable
David Fabb’s case of bankruptcy was one of the four key sample cases we submitted to the Lord Chancellor Kenneth Clarke QC MP and the Business Minister Vincent Cable MP.
As it appeared rather complex, I only got to write a summary very recently.
But this summary is one with a difference: it illustrates a sign of our times – along the trend of the New World Order as it establishes itself slowly, but surely, and most creepily and creepingly – via the use of dishonest money and ‘respectable’ companies and organisations…