January 20, 2013
Blogs, Buckingham Palace, Corruption, Internet Media, The Rule of Law, The rule of money
Bank of England, British Academy, Buckingham Palace, Cabinet Office, Crown, Economic, Economics, Elizabeth II, Law, London, Monarchy of the United Kingdom, Money supply, Palaces, Recreation, Royal Assent, Royal Charter, Royal Navy, Royal warrant of appointment, Rule of law, Treasury Select Committee
It’s obviously time to write to Buckingham Palace again, even though it doesn’t seem to achieve anything at all – besides prompt responses, passing me on to Ministers who don’t communicate.
So I’m just soothing my conscience: I want to die, knowing that I’ve tried my best. I want HM to know what, just like in all the fairy tales of the world, Her Ministers won’t tell her. Because they don’t seem to have the ethics, morals and integrity necessary to be a ‘voice for the people’. At its best, they are, what my husband used to call a ‘mutual adoration society’. But, in reality, they are making civil abuse of royal privileges as enshrined in Royal Charters.
Since 2008 I’ve been writing as the Organiser of the Forum for Stable Currencies, after a human rights lawyer had advised us to ‘go for Parliamentary Scrutiny via the Treasury Select Committee‘. More
April 22, 2011
Cambridge, Federal Reserve System, Law, Royal Charter, The Crown, United States
We Who Oppose Deception is the signature of a remarkable Open Letter to Agents of the Crown, written from an America perspective.
The UK perspective is better represented by the analysis of Royal Charters, the impressive research carried out by the late Suzon Forscey-Moore, an American legal advisor who used to live in Cambridge.
Only those concerned seem to know about this ‘firewall’ within which they get away with white collar crimes galore!
January 20, 2011
Austin Mitchell, Bank of England, European Court of Human Rights, Forum for Stable Currencies, Human Rights Act 1998, Royal Charter
This was the subject line of my newsletter at the beginning of December 2010. It started by:
Hello again, in the Spirit of Tackling the Serious Oppression of the British people,
First of all, many thanks to everybody who’s viewed and signed our latest petition in support of Maurice Kirk and all other victims of financial exploitation and legal oppression. In his indefatigable and adventurous spirit, Maurice has toured Jersey, Guernsey and Alderney to “rattle a few cages” – with a TV programme, newspaper and video reporting. Trying to keep him out of jail, despite a warrant for arrest, is paramount, given his medical condition and the number of false imprisonments he’s endured already.
WANTED: Fair Trials and Compensation – instead of an Effective Remedy before National Authorities – has now reached 153 signatures and over 1,700 page views. The most fascinating reading are the comments that I compiled into a document. Together with the comments to STOP the OPPRESSION of the BRITISH PEOPLE, these are most valuable campaigning documents to refer to, when people pursue their own cases. Especially when communicating with your MP, you can demonstrate how you are far from alone!
December 14, 2010
Campaigning, Compensator of last resort, Fraud, Fundamental Rights Charter, Home possession, The Rule of Law, The rule of money, The Web
Advocacy Organizations, Buckingham Palace, Her Majesty's Prison Service, Human Rights and Liberties, Magna Carta, Royal Charter
This is the letter I posted today to Buckingham Palace:
To: The Private Secretary to Her Majesty the Queen
The Rt Hon Christopher Geidt CVO OBE
London SW1A 1AA
Dear Sir Christopher
Re: Civil Abuse of Royal Privileges