Dear Commissioner Baird QC
It is with great interest that I read your call for sex education in The Guardian:
For your interest at the other end of the spectrum, I happen to have put together this list of links regarding police corruption:
I have studied the money system as organiser of the Forum for Stable Currencies at the House of Lords and Commons.
- Public Credit for Public Purposes is the solution obvious to anybody who looks a bit deeper into what ‘money’ is and how government budgets are used to control a country.
As the Association of McKenzie Friends, we have tried to get children returned after local authorities snatched them from their biological parents:
A Police whistleblower said recently:
If you ask me, who is in grandmother age, for an educational solution, I would teach children how to LOVE, not how sex works and how adults substitute their longing for love with sex.
If you ask me how to eradicate police corruption, please do begin by ensuring immunity to Police whistleblowers and STOP hounding them!
If you ask me how to increase governmental budgets, ask the Treasury to FREEZE the National Debt and dissolve the Debt Management Office. After all, debts don’t disappear by ‘managing’ them.
Likewise, crimes don’t disappear by setting up a Crime Management System, because we’re all using money that has been created from what is dishonest with our money system: criminal money creates criminal behaviour.
Ultimately, of course, you’d also have to ensure that elite boarding schools don’t expose their children to abuse by older pupils and teachers:
In May 2015 the Prime Minister said that child sex abuse is ‘woven into British society’. Hence I am sure she will want to do her utmost to eradicate all roots of evil.
With my very best wishes for your challenging task,