MoDPensions.com only tells one story that is representative of how many servicemen???
The Committee on Standards in Public Service thinks that everything is hunky dory, but does invite the general public to provide input. The Nolan principles that public servants should act on are: Selflessness, Integrity, Objectivity, Accountability, Openness, Honesty, Leadership.
If all that was operational, I wouldn’t have to publish most of my websites for Victims of Fraud! I wouldn’t have had to send this email either:
Dear Sir Christopher
Re: Ethics and Best practice – what works?
It is with great pleasure that I read about your invitation to the public to express views and experiences regarding Ethics and Best practice and learned about the seven principles Selflessness – Integrity – Objectivity – Accountability – Openness – Honesty – Leadership. I’m afraid they make me laugh, given my experiences…
I am writing as a mathematician and systems analyst who used to diagnose software at CERN. Since 2004, I have become an independent web publisher, with a bias: as a voice for victims of white collar crimes.
Ever since I met Lord Sudeley in 1998 whose family was made bankrupt over 100 years ago, I heard about really horrendous stories and eventually began to publish them on the web. For organising the Forum for Stable Currencies in Westminster didn’t seem to make enough of a difference in their ruined lives.
Grouping cases to change the law was Lord Sudeley’s recommendation. Where there is no publicity, there is can’t be justice, is another guideline.
I find it difficult to prioritise the crimes I have discovered, for it is impossible to compare injustice, pain and violence or cruelty. I can also hardly give justice to all the voices I am aware of in one email.
Let me try to summarise as follows:
It seems impossible for public servants to admit to mistakes, apologise and offer compensation
- Instead, cover-ups are mounted that go to extraordinary extremes
- John Hemming MP has pointed that out and suggests “we need to become less punitive”
- Fair Trials and Compensation would be an honourable way forward.
Falsifying court documents
- This is the most common denominator among unlawful bankruptcies, home repossessions and similarly unjust liquidations or fraud
- By way of example, I offer you two of the worst bankruptcies that we put before the Ministers of Justice and Business: The Forensics of Legal Fraud – Volume 1 and Volume 2
- Unfortunately, I discovered such documents being used by Legal Teams and Social Services to justify what is presumably the most heinous of all crimes: Child snatching – as an institutionalised way of reaching adoption targets and getting performance bonuses
- To justify the secrecy of Family Courts – where the UK is unique in a number of respects – and cover up the most ridiculous allegations and excuses
Police violence and corruption is another facet that is in a way too embarrassing to be true
- Fraud is not or poorly investigated and is even difficult to report as this EDM says
- A demo to abolish the IPCC resulted in a prompt promise by Keith Vaz MP to look into its power and future
- Are you aware of the 91 MPs who signed the EDM on Royal Commission on Policing?
- Do you know about the Royal Commission on New South Wales Police with corruption, reform and paedophilia as their main findings?
- If you want to talk to the victim of the most extreme police harassment, I suggest you contact Maurice J Kirk BVSc who was even struck off from the Register of Veterinary Surgeons by the devious collaboration between the Law and its enforcement agencies
- I understand that you know about Norman Scarth who had to flee the country that he fought for in WWII
- Michael Doherty has learned to take out private prosecutions to get justice against police officers. Please watch Two London Cops Accused of Kidnap and Aggravated Burglary and Six Other Serious Offences
Civil Abuse of Royal Privileges is one explanation
Restoring Public Confidence
If I was in your position, I would
i. Warn MI5 that ‘everybody knows’ about the planned attack during the Olympics
ii. Advise the Ministry of Justice to ensure that all children who have been forcefully removed or adopted are returned asap
iii. Advise the Treasury to pay compensation to all those victims of injustice who come forward
If you want to keep up with the next generation, please do ensure that bankers and lawyers become trustworthy. Again, only by way of example:
i. Struggle Against Financial Exploitation would not have to exist, if they were trustworthy
ii. Neither would Solicitors from Hell have to be created.
You may consider that “The Solution is in the Machine” and that “The Code is the Law” and that regulation does not improve or change people’s behaviour. However, fear brings the worst out of people, especially the fear of losing their job in times where unemployment gets higher and higher. And thus we are back to the issues of the Forum for Stable Currencies or what is dishonest about our money system…
Hoping that my comments help you understand your enormous task,
Sabine K McNeill
… independent web publisher with ‘professional life with zest’ and ‘social life with meaning’
- Hello from my latest blog (sabinemcneill.co.uk)
- Royal Commission on Policing – already proposed in March 2011 – supported by 92 MPs (victims-unite.net)