Posted on September 11, 2013 by Sabine Kurjo McNeill
2014 will be the 100th anniversary of the ‘Bradbury Pound‘: debt- and interest-free ‘treasury money‘ as the UK equivalent to Abraham Lincoln’s ‘greenback’ – the sane, honest and healthy alternative to ‘bank money‘: dishonest credit produced by banks from thin air.
James Gibb Stuart, author of the Money Bomb – banned from the shops in 1983 – as the ground breaking book wrote this article about the Bradburys.
The writers of the Bank of England Act 1694 knew about the power of creating money and trading with it aka usury or making money out of money – the deadly sin of riba in Islam. In 1913 the Federal Reserve followed suit. Syria and Iran are the only countries left without a Central Bank a la Anselm Rothschild:
“Give me the power to issue a nation’s money; then I do not care who makes the law.”
Filed under: Bank of England, Family Law, Globalisation, Judges, Ministry of Justice, MPs, Parliament, State kidnapping, The Rule of Law, The Rule of Money, UK Government, Victim cases | Tagged: Abraham Lincoln, Crime, Forum for Stable Currencies, Foster care, House of Commons, House of Commons of the United Kingdom, James Munby, Merlin Hanbury-Tracy 7th Baron Sudeley | 31 Comments »
Posted on March 24, 2011 by Sabine Kurjo McNeill
As I may have to remove (David Icke has followed the warning whereas I have resisted so far) or change the posts that I made regarding the snatching of a 13 week old baby, I thought I’d give people a chance to check for themselves:
- Minister, how many horrible cases of baby snatching do you need?
- “To avoid prejudice in the case”, don’t publish the name of the snatched baby and his mother…
- In the Virtual Court of Public Opinion: how many men does it take to remove a sick baby from his mother’s breast?
Filed under: Courts, Family Law, Judges, Legal Services, State kidnapping | Tagged: Baby, Breast milk, Breastfeeding, Children, David Icke, Infant | 5 Comments »
Posted on January 30, 2011 by Sabine Kurjo McNeill
The Press Release about the meeting is here.
I began the meeting when Nic Dakin arrived, the marvellously supportive MP of victim veteran Stanley Embling.
Bankrupt victim and expert in bankruptcy law Gedaljahu Ebert:
Here we see victim David Fabb, whose group of ten solvent companies was bankrupted by accountancy company Deloittes.
Here we see Alex Cunningham, MP for Stockton North:
Here we see the very experienced Peter Oakes speaking
and here Mr Ebert for a second time:
Those videos that were too long for this blog can be viewed on http://bit.ly/hFbs3h
- Targeted individual Maurice Kirk
- Myself about Royal Charters and the Public Inquiry
- Most experienced Paul Talbot-Jenkins
- House of Lords Host Lord Ahmed
- Chairman Austin Mitchell MP – part 1
- Chairman Austin Mitchell MP – part 2
- Supportive MP John Hemming
- Supportive MP John McDonnell.
Filed under: Meetings, Political Initiatives | Tagged: alex cunningham, Austin Mitchell, john hemming, john mcdonnell, Nic Dakin | 2 Comments »
Posted on August 15, 2010 by Sabine Kurjo McNeill
The People’s United Community is a remarkable website with forum that is also behind five videos on which John Harris explains the different levels of law that are being applied.
They have a remarkable Hall of Shame which include CCJs on banks and companies like the Ministry of Justice!
More about John videos on my other victim related blog here.
Filed under: BlogWorld, Parliament, The Rule of Law | Tagged: John Harris, The People's United Community, Videos | 4 Comments »
Posted on July 31, 2010 by Sabine Kurjo McNeill
Writing letters on behalf of an organisation tends to have more impact, for as an individual we are nobody in our “no logo culture”…
To enter into a process of communication with official bodies on behalf of groups of victims is a new co-creative art form. We better become good at it, as good as possibly possible! For one of the global elite leaders decries the “global political awakening” that we are part of. That’s one of our chances! A ‘kink’ in the firewalls around the establishment with its rule of money…
So we started with Dr. Vincent Cable on behalf of
Filed under: Insolvency Service, The Rule of Law | Tagged: Insolvency Service, Vincent Cable | 2 Comments »
Posted on July 29, 2010 by Sabine Kurjo McNeill
Colin Peters is one of our “victims turned starfighers”. Recently he got the book Our Corrupt Legal System – Why Everyone is a Victim (Except Rich Criminals).
He now read the book and wrote this review which I also put on the Amazon site as the first review, but it was never published…
Filed under: Book review, The Rule of Law | Tagged: book review, corrupt legal system | 2 Comments »