June 25, 2014
House of Lords, Internet Media
Africa, Australia, British Empire, Church, Church of England, England, Jehovah's Witnesses, United States
English: A map of the British Empire in 1921 when it was at its height. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
7.57 pm – 09 June 2014 – Column 207 – Hansard Publications
Lord James of Blackheath (Con): My Lords, I have indicated previously the impact that forced migration has had upon my family. We had in the Queen’s Speech a Bill for dealing with the abuse of children and the intention to bring forward better controls over trafficking. Those are closely connected. This country has a terrible record in its handling of the migration of its own subjects. It has combined the most appalling suffering of children with the most appalling lack of management of the migration process to get the worst of every world. There should be no smugness around these two initiatives going forward. It is a very small penance to pay for a very big crime.
It started in 1682. The first migration in this country happened when one of the early colonies in North America was raided by the Indians, who took all 84 of its children and would not give them back. No one knows what happened to them. The colony sent a communication back to England by the first available boat saying, “Look, we have no children and therefore no future. Send us some children”. The Mayor of London was asked to deal with it and he did. He sent his beadles out on to the streets of London and took the first 84 vagrant kids he could find. He sent them down to a boat at Rotherhithe and sent them to America. He told the captain that he could pay for the trip by taking the kids out and bringing it back with a load of tobacco on board and that would pay for it, and it did. Unfortunately, it created the precedent of making it seem that trafficking these children was profitable, which it was. More
April 7, 2014
United States, White-Collar Crimes, White-Collar Criminals
Amsterdam, David Brooks, Money supply, New York Times, United States, World Bank, Yale University, YouTube
This revelation by a US whistleblower may be late, but more and more people realise that the issue is ‘money’ and the ‘money supply’, i.e. what we’ve been investigating with the Forum for Stable Currencies since the 90s.
Karen A Hudes studied law at Yale and economics in Amsterdam and worked in the Legal Department of the World Bank from 1986 to 2007. She became a whistleblower because “it was the right thing to do.” But on her About Us page she quotes David Brooks, contributor to the New York Times:
80 percent of these whistleblowers regret having reported the crimes because of the negative consequences they suffered. This is not the way to treat people who detect error.” http://brooks.blogs.nytimes.com/2011/06/13/living-with-mistakes/?comments#permid=34
Searching YouTube for her name gives you this list of videos. So she now confirms what we’ve been going on about since the late nineties: the money supply of a country that leads to what’s so dishonest about our money system…
March 2, 2014
Child 'care', Child 'Protection', Child abduction, Family Courts, Judges, McKenzie Friends, Rule of Law
Bulgaria, CCTV, Family Court, Kiev, London, MGF, Ukraine, United States
BREAKING NEWS ~ UKRAINIAN STORY
The identities of all in this piece are for the moment concealed, pending the judge’s decision on Monday
Would you send a 1 year-old American baby girl from peaceful UK to war-zone Ukraine?
This is the decision with which an Appeal Court Judge will be wrestling in her chambers on Monday 3rd March, having before her the application brought by a UK-based American father (F) for Permission to Appeal against the Leave granted last month by a High Court Judge to his UK-based Ukrainian partner (mother/M) to Permanently Remove their 1 year-old baby daughter (B) to the Ukraine.
F works for a UK-registered company and M has been a student since coming to live in UK nearly 10 years ago. They met in London in April 2010 and separated in August 2013 as an admitted result of M’s parents (maternal grandparents/MGPs) forcing M and F apart for the third time, when B was 9 months old. In September M applied to the court for an ex-parte non-molestation order using a witness statement in which M admitted in court she had made major false allegations. Since receiving this order, B has been in exclusive care of the MGPs & M with F being permitted contact a maximum of 1.5 hours, once per week until November, when the Judge ordered contact be increased to twice per week. Despite the orders of the High Court, M has manipulated the situation to curtail contact so dramatically, that B has only been able to see her Father about 50% of the time prescribed by the court.
M now wishes to return with B to live with her parents permanently in Kiev, at which point F will have no further contact with his daughter. More
January 20, 2014
Arts, Judge Judy, Judy, Programs, Reality-Based, Ronan Keane, Television, United States
Open the doors and the curtains, enters America’s supposedly most famous Judge Judy who recommends cameras in all Irish courtrooms!
That was in April 2013.
Would she know what goes on in UK family courts???
From the comments:
“The most benign climate for the growth of corruption and abuse of powers, whether by the judiciary or members of the legal profession, is one of secrecy.” Former Chief Justice Ronan Keane
Here’s the serious Irish case:
And here’s Judge Judy on popular TV. MIND THE GAP: between ‘virtuality’ and ‘reality’ – whether on TV or computer screens! More
January 10, 2014
Carlin, George Carlin, Grammy Award, HBO, It's Bad for Ya, Seven Dirty Words, Stand-up comedy, United States
American George Carlin (1937 – 2008) was an American stand-up comedian, social critic, satirist, actor, and writer/author who won five Grammy Awards for his comedy albums. Carlin was noted for his black humor as well as his thoughts on politics, the English language, psychology, religion, and various taboo subjects. Carlin and his “Seven Dirty Words” comedy routine were central to the 1978 U.S. Supreme Court case F.C.C. v. Pacifica Foundation, in which a 5–4 decision by the justices affirmed the government’s power to regulate indecent material on the public airwaves.
This nine-minute collection of euphemisms is particularly funny – illustrating the subtle brainwashing that has been going on in our language – thanks to the mainstream media:
The Best of George Carlin: Exposing our Government and fall of humanity – one joke at a time – is one hour of excellent political edutainment: More
January 5, 2014
Child 'care', Internet Media, Mental Capacity, Psychiatry
Calderdale, Cardiff, Child snatching, Christopher Booker, HM Prison Cardiff, HM Prison Holloway, Jimmy Savile, Maurice, Norman Scarth, Operation Ore, South Wales, South Wales Police, United States
Now do you believe us? was an article that caused me to write a blog post not long ago – on the site of a Portuguese family whose five children were taken by Lincoln Council. Remember what’s unique in the UK and whose children are being taken.
The lunatics are taking over the asylum in ‘caring’ Britain in Christopher Booker’s regular column is also ‘beyond belief’. And that is the problem with white collar crimes in general and #childsnatchuk in particular, without even considering #paedobritain: you can only believe the un-believable if you know the people concerned. By way of example:
Let me explain in ‘link language': More