January 12, 2013
Advocacy, Banks, Campaigning, Government, Jimmy Savile, Litigants in Person, Mainstream Media, Police, Publicity, Solicitors, The rule of money
Bank, BBC, Child abuse, Crown Prosecution Service, fraud, Government, Jimmy Savile, Keir Starmer, Law Enforcement, Leeds General Infirmary, Misfeasance, National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children, Police, Surrey Police, Syndrome
The decades of exploits of Jimmy Savile have been treated with what can only be described as ‘Wilful Blindness’ exercised by the British Establishment, i.e. Police, Judiciary, Government, Authorities etc: Police ‘too busy’ for fraud.
There is a remarkable parallel in respect of the gross Misfeasance in Public Office in the way bank victims have been treated over the decades, when bringing evidence of bank theft and corruption perpetrated upon them, which the police and judiciary have refused to act upon. WHY????
Jimmy Savile must have used, or been privy to the same covert institutional misfeasance as the banks. See: www.safe-online.org More
December 9, 2012
BBC, BBC, Blogs, Child Abusers, Child snatching, Internet Media, Jersey, John Hemming MP, Organised baby snatching, Paedophilia, State kidnapping
Anglo-Saxon, BBC, BBC Jersey, Child abuse, Foster care, Germany, God, Interview, Jersey, Matthew Price, Pedophilia, Syndrome
The Jersey Way is an “out side look at the goings on around the Island. From an average Joe view point.”
Here it publishes a sequence of radio interviews by BBC Radio Jersey about CoverUps. The interviewer Matthew Price talks about our time of ‘deep distrust about our political system and the way it is reported in the media’. Yes, we found that child snatching is one of Seven Deadly Syndromes and Seven Media Cover-Ups.
The radio interviews are about the history of child abuse and paedophilia: children’s homes and foster care. More
November 30, 2012
Campaigning, Internet Media, Lord McAlpine, Mainstream Media, Publicity, The Web
Brian Leveson, House of Commons of the United Kingdom, Leveson, Leveson Inquiry, List of newspapers in the United Kingdom, Lord Leveson, Member of Parliament, Pedophilia, Syndrome, Turkey, United States, Wikipedia
English: Anti-paedophilia logo from the National Revival of Poland (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
There are enough people interpreting and commenting on the Leveson inquiry – which gave a voice to 51 of a new class of victims: ‘press victims’.
The Wikipedia page gives all the factual information. Lord Leveson realised that they need a place where to go to for complaints and compensation.
‘Victims’ also seemed to be on the agenda in the House of Commons debate. But I am as cynical as the editor of The DuckShoot: nothing is going to change regarding the mainstream media, unless people stop buying and reading:
AND: who knows what creative spirits come up with on the net??? For as long as possible, I will, remain hopeful regarding the potential of the internet concerning the public interest and its defence!
Here you can see which state uses its power to police the net! Guess which country is the worst?… Turkey, followed by the US! More
November 10, 2012
Government, Internet Media, Irish Mail, Mainstream Media, News
Anarchy Reigns, BBC, BT Group, Cooperative, Crime, Ireland, Irish Daily Mail, Jimmy Savile, Legal aid, Public services, Rule of law, Schutzstaffel, Syndrome, white collar crime
There are still enough honest people around who just get on with their lives. That’s why ‘anarchy’ [the absence of law] is only visible to those who have become victims of white collar crimes and who have decided to fight rather than adopt the victim position they are expected to adopt.
But the levels of criminality are deep. Here are just two recent examples that arrived in my inbox:
Page 68 of the Irish Mail on Sunday of 21 October 2012 contains this article about how bad it is and has been in Ireland! And yet, Ian Josephs has been recommending Ireland as the country to flee to when pregnant ladies need to escape the SS in the UK…
When a haulage company, the Co-op and BT choose to provide legal services that must mean:
- current legal services are inadequate – as experienced by many victims
- corporations rule the world, i.e. they ‘compete’ with publicly funded governmental services.
The question is whether it’s desirable