BANK HOLIDAY news & views – after 6 days around CERN in Geneva

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Re-visiting the Computer Centre @ CERN

It has always struck me odd to talk about ‘bank holidays’ especially when referring to what used to be Christian events. But economic thinking has become soo pervasive that hardly anybody questions anything more.

I remember talking to mathematicians about the creation of money as debt at a conference, but nobody cared. Now I was told that CERN is wondering where its budget is going to come from and even where physics is going. The member countries don’t want to pay any more:

Who am I to show the way with my innovative software methods? But my idea of data profiling is the perfect bridge between big business data and very big science data, i.e. the finances of “time is money”, the costs of products and services vs marketing them and the use of measurements as the basis for a new kind of web science.

Having been invited to Celebrate 50 Years of Computing @ CERN, I was extremely apprehensive regarding the victimisation by my former employer: the doctor who claimed I would not suffer in old age (let alone acknowledge my pains then), me not even considering taking a lawyer to fight my interests at the time (we were all a happy family, weren’t we), my later discovery that CERN’s lawyer was sitting on the board of an insurance company (any conflict of interest here?)… And I learned that CERN’s pension fund lost over one billion Swiss Francs due to the universally accepted recession and crisis.

Who am I to be irritated by the Dubai level of luxury in Geneva airport compared with London Luton? The 22-year-old granddaughter of my host in France said that Switzerland is the bank of bankers. To me that illustrates what this video of fascinating web analytics demonstrates: the Global Awakening is massive.

Back in London, I’m engulfed by the usual ‘shock therapy’ of bad news:

  • George Osborne dares to challenge those 11 European countries who want to implement a Robin Hood Tax
  • Vicky Haigh was set up to talk about her daughter whom she is not supposed to see until she is 18 and has been put in prison for 28 days; only one visit per week; her prison in Peterborough is in Saville Road of all places;
  • my favourite (because she stands her ground) inmate in HMP Holloway was refused bail a second time; her lawyer says that nobody appears to be responsible for getting her out of jail;
  • she confirms what Vicky had discovered during her nine months in jail before: foreigners are being targeted;
  • another mother I’m helping has had to experience the worst betrayal possible less than two weeks before her next hearing – where we hope to reverse an adoption order; at least we got  permission to appeal;
  • a woman whose two boys were taken from her showed me the documents relating to the fact that they should be adopted by a homosexual couple; this is NOT to be questioned, this is now ‘political correctness’!

A friend of mine went to church yesterday where he was told that this is going to be a month of miracles! Badly needed, methinks! Especially as my web hosting company punishes me by closing one of my websites because it has been hacked…

But one piece of good news is that the Community Interest Company that set up Help4LiPs has inaugurated great premises. Thus we can join forces also physically, not only virtually on screen!

SUICIDE as the most promising option? Crucified for doing the right thing!

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ATOS PROTEST BY ECAP

ATOS PROTEST BY ECAP (Photo credit: Edinburgh Coalition Against Poverty)

First, I got this 18-page long collection of press coverage regarding suicides due to ATOS and benefit cuts – from a courageous whistleblower, these wonderful people who get crucified for doing the right thing. See Whistleblowers UK – a coalition to support all those standing up to wrongdoing and corruption in the workplace – in the Care Home, Defence, Police, NHS, Banking.

It was followed by this collection of links:

WHISTLEBLOWERS UNITE! Victims turning survivors, starfighters and human rights advocates

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13 03 14 WhistleblowersVictims of white collar crimes come in all shades, colours and sizes – of amounts of damages, degrees of injustice and levels of cruelty. Once we’ve been hit or hurt, our challenges are a profound process of ‘waking up’ and being disillusioned:

  1. it’s NOT our fault – it’s the organisations covering up for themselves
  2. the ‘authorities’ do NOT deliver what they are supposed to
  3. most ombudsmen or other organisations of complaint are only there to fob us off.

What can we do?

  • to learn NOT to give in or up, but stand our ground and fight for our rights
  • to learn how to present our experience as a ‘case': on paper, on video and in person
  • to learn how to live with our pain and to communicate it – possibly turning it into passion…  More

CAPITALISM EXPOSED: ‘money’ as the cause and victims of white collar crimes as the effect

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13 02 08 Capitalism ExposedCapitalism Exposed is my latest ‘web baby’. It puts together

  • money sites to illustrate problems, solutions and tell the stories of Nobel Peace Prize winner Muhamad Yunus and his ideas of ‘social business and the future of capitalism’ as well as the Forum for Stable Currencies
  • victim sites to do PR of victims whose emotional, financial and legal pains does not get exposure in the mainstream media
  • online petitions as a political tool to gather not only signatures, but, most revealing comments
  • meetings at Westminster – to empower, inspire and connect people – not as tourists, but as victims trying to become survivors, starfighters, campaigners, activists and advocates
  • meetings in Courts – to support those who dare to stand their ground while facing a system designed to run them down.

Having just become an IBM Partner, I can focus again on data and software. But first I need to finish my NASA challengeMore

PRIM and PROPER? On the Openness and Transparency of Courts – from the Cradle to the Grave

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13 01 14 TyrannyOnce again: you only believe it when it hits you yourself or someone you know:

  • Norman Scarth had to flee the country he nearly died for in WWII, for he did not get justice during 17 years he experienced as harassment that included imprisonment
  • his crime: using a recording device without having asked for permission first
  • today he was sentenced to 28 days but suspended for a year – so it won’t happen unless he breaks the law again.

In response to mailing everybody who had signed the petition to free him, Mike wrote that he also had to flee the country, after his mum became a victim of the Court of ‘Protection’ and the Office of the Public ‘Guardian’ in the UK.

  • Their story is one of unfortunately many where officials make sure they can put their hands on any of the assets involved.

On Monday I was in court to support Andrea Higgins whose two daughters were taken:  More

CIVIL ABUSE of Royal Privileges: Letters to HM The Queen [Cassandra wailing]

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Tercentenary of the Bank of England, commemora...

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

WILFUL BLINDNESS by Police, Judiciary, Government and Mainstream Media

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13 01 11 Police too busyThe 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

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