Australia: The Lawless Colony and the Intimidation of Jury Members

John Wilson is a starfighter for freedom and justice in Australia.

Today I received his newsletter with this most extraordinary anonymous letter by a jury member.

Just in case you ever doubted what people get up to:

  • to intimidate others
  • to cover up the truth
  • to lie
  • to cover themselves.

Welcome to the ethical question: which side are you on: good or evil, right or wrong, conscience or no conscience???

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About Sabine Kurjo McNeill

I'm a mathematician and system analyst formerly at CERN in Geneva and became an event organiser, software designer, independent web publisher and online promoter of Open Justice. My most significant scientific contribution is www.smartknowledge.space
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2 Responses to Australia: The Lawless Colony and the Intimidation of Jury Members

  1. Colin Peters says:

    Hello again Sabine.
    I am familiar with John Wilsons situation in Australia, we both having communicated with each other quite a few times over the years.
    For the record, I believe that he is a very clever and articulate man whose main strength is derived from the fact that he is a true believer in The One True God Almighty, – a true Christian, who puts to shame the many lawyers and judges over here who hold high positions in the ‘establishment’ church and profess to be Christians.
    In reality a bunch of hypocrites, since it is on record that Jesus told his followers, “You are no part of this (Devils) world.”
    Yet, of their own choosing, they are so much a very influential part of it —–, but it does pay very well dunnit????

    To the 40, 50, or 60 fellow victims who were in attendance at last Tuesdays meeting in room 16 at the House of Commons, why are there so few of us who respond to Sabine’s postings?
    She is doing her very best. Please encourage her, (like she enourages the MPs,) by making some kind of a contribution to her postings.

  2. Thank You, dear Colin,

    I think that most victims are far too afraid, oppressed, repressed and suppressed. They feel ashamed as if it is THEIR fault that “this” happened to them. They do not yet feel the anger and outrage necessary to turn their shame into courage and fearlessness.

    Thank You for appreciating what I’m doing / have done!!!

    I think that’s why people don’t even SUBSCRIBE to this blog. They are too afraid of leaving their name anywhere!

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