November 19, 2013
Association of Chief Police Officers, Law Enforcement, Parliament, Public Administration Committee
Alun Cairns, Bernard Jenkin, Crime, Crime statistics, James Patrick, Kent, Member of Parliament, Metropolitan Police Service, Research, South Wales Police, Thin Blue Line, Treasury Select Committee
I’m watching the HoC Public Administration Committee meeting in Room 8 re Crime Statistics. What a privilege to be able to experience on screen rather than having to go where I’ve gone since a human rights lawyer advised the Forum for Stable Currencies to ‘go for Parliamentary scrutiny via the Treasury Select Committee’:
Not only Chairman Bernard Jenkin MP is SHOCKED!!!
One of the submitted reports is on http://data.parliament.uk/writtenevidence/WrittenEvidence.svc/EvidenceHtml/3383 - one of the retired officers behind The Thin Blue Line and Car Crime UK.
But the real shocker is whistleblower PC James Patrick of the Metropolitan Police who put a book together from a number of blogs.
The membership of the committee includes Alun Cairns who is the MP for Maurice J Kirk MBSc. Maurice has been challenging South Wales Police more or less single handedly for nearly 30 years.
Unfortunately, the ‘recording of crime data’ is well after the event. It just keeps other people in pay. But the question needs to be asked, once again: cui bono? Who benefits?
Child sexual offences have a special way of being covered up, i.e. refer to ‘mental health’! More
January 20, 2013
Buckingham Palace, Corruption
Bank of England, Blogs, British Academy, Buckingham Palace, Cabinet Office, Corruption, Crown, Economic, Economics, Elizabeth II, Internet Media, Law, London, Monarchy of the United Kingdom, Money supply, Palaces, Recreation, Royal Assent, Royal Charter, Royal Navy, Royal warrant of appointment, Rule of law, The Rule of Law, The rule of money, 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