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

German – British Musings about ‘The Rule of Law’ and its Enforcement – on a Rainy Sunday

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Bernard Reemtsma may sound familiar to smokers, especially German ones. But Stuart Wilkie, formerly a ski racer with a spinal injury and Chairman of the Justice Society in Scotland, is now fighting a man who claims to have that name in Norfolk. Mr Reemtsma seems to have paid a few people to get what he wants, never mind his neighbours: he wants their land and their house.  What does it take to do so?

In a nutshell:

  1. pay people to use brute force and a bulldozer to remove a fence
  2. pay lawyers
  3. bribe Court staff,  Judges and the Land Registry to ignore the Rule of Law
  4. ask for us McKenzie Friends to come to the rescue…

In 2 pages here.

Then there is this English Patriot in Germany Mike James who published rather explosive material in 2004. I found it, after it had been suggested to me that Bush blackmailed Blair into Iraq and Afghanistan by threatening to publish the UK list of some 763 “VIP Paedophiles”. Thus I can guide readers to

When Black British Foster Care Children are Victims of White Collar Crimes…

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A Place for Paedophiles

Photo credit: Wikipedia

I know it’s too unbelievable. I also ignored the first information I got for quite some time, for it’s all too ‘incredible': that the State uses the time and money of its employees to provide children for paedophiles. But: the Royal Commission into New South Wales Police concluded, already in 1996: corruption, reform and paedophilia.

Here, the most recent evidence is:

And the most comprehensive BELIEVABLE collection of stories:

Good news for a change: 50 police officers arrested in child porn raids

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Child PornographyIt appears too good to be true, but the Daily Mail has published 50 police officers arrested in child porn raids! Maybe the next step WILL be a Royal Commission on Policing? Just as in New South Wales in 1996, where the result was: corruption, reform, paedophilia… So far, 91 MPs think it’s a good idea!

Fifty police officers across the UK have been arrested as part of a crackdown on suspected paedophiles who pay to access child pornography websites, detectives revealed today.

The officers were among 1,300 people arrested on suspicion of accessing or downloading indecent images of children – some as young as five – from US-based Internet sites.

Thirty-five men were arrested in London this morning as part of the investigation – codenamed Operation Ore – following raids on 45 addresses across the capital.

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Yet another class of victims: servicemen who don’t get pensions they are entitled to

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MoDPensions.com only tells one story that is representative of how many servicemen???

The Committee on Standards in Public Service thinks that everything is hunky dory, but does invite the general public to provide input. The Nolan principles that public servants should act on are: Selflessness, Integrity, Objectivity, Accountability, Openness, Honesty, Leadership.

If all that was operational, I wouldn’t have to publish most of my websites for Victims of Fraud! I wouldn’t have had to send this email either:

Dear Sir Christopher

Re: Ethics and Best practice – what works?

It is with great pleasure that I read about your invitation to the public to express views and experiences regarding Ethics and Best practice and learned about the seven principles Selflessness – Integrity – Objectivity – Accountability – Openness – Honesty – Leadership. I’m afraid they make me laugh, given my experiences…

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Invitations to Online Activists: Abolish the City, Inquiry into Policing and Restore Magna Carta!

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City of London CorporationThis excellent news came as a text message from journalist Tony Gosling: John McDonnell MP has tabled an Early Day Motion about the abuse of power by the City of London Corporation:

That this House congratulates the Bureau of Investigative Journalism for its thorough research in exposing the abuse of power by the City of London Corporation in using its public resources in a multi-million pound lobbying exercise to distort Government policies, in particular its tax regime, in the interests of the banks and finance houses that control the City Corporation through its undemocratic electoral system based on the business vote; and calls on the Government to instigate an urgent independent inquiry into the role and influence of the City Corporation with the aim of bringing forward proposals for its abolition.

Everybody who knows that and how we’ve been trying to redress the imbalance between Westminster and the City since 1998 will know that this brings a smile on my face!

What can you do? Ask your MP to sign the EDM by using WriteToThem.

And while you’re emailing your MP, check whether they are one of the 91 MPs who signed the request for a Royal Commission on Policing.

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