Tag Archives: Social Networking

#paedobritain #stopabusenow trended on Twitter: What can I do about ‘it’?

What Can I do about it? is a nice new blog whose author comes to the same conclusions that I have reached. Above all, it lists the key issues economic and financial reform political and media reform social and cultural. … Continue reading

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There was an ‘arguable case’ that the family court judge had ‘fallen into error’

Now we get to read it in the Dail Mail: Slovakian grandmother wins right to challenge High Court adoption ruling keeping grandsons in the UK She wants the boys, who were born in England to Slovakian parents, to leave the UK Social workers … Continue reading

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Thou shalt not be a Victim. Thou shalt not be a Perpetrator. Above all, thou shalt not be a bystander.

This is a ‘tweet’ from Twitter user GandhiSaysPeace. Many people like good quotations. GandhiSayspeace uses Twitter to spread Gandhi’s wisdom. I use Twitter only occasionally to see what I’m missing out on: excitement through overload and change of information… But … Continue reading

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Common sense or ‘proportion’ for Maurice Kirk and Raymond Fox!

It is quite extraordinary to read, see and hear what “they” do to Maurice Kirk. But he is not alone. A simple joke on Twitter got the legal establishment going to prosecute a young man who subsequently got a criminal … Continue reading

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