Progressing with comments by petition signatories…

How do we measure progress as we are campaigning for monetary reform for all and financial justice on behalf of legal and judiciary victims?

Let me count the ways:

  1. To laugh often and love much, to win the respect of intelligent persons and the affection of children; to earn the approbation of honest critics; to appreciate beauty; to give of one’s self; to know even one life has breathed easier because you have lived that is to have succeeded.
    — Ralph Waldo Emerson
  2. To count the number of signatures (492) and page views (3062) as it grows day by day on Stop the Oppression of the British people.
  3. To enjoy the comments as I grouped them according to the topics that emerged:
    • General Wisdom
    • Monetary Reform
    • Criticising the Judiciary
    • Reporting Misery
    • General Frustration
    • Supporting Grand Juries
    • Political Comments
    • and Financial and Banking Comments.
  4. To count the number of visitors to the blog. (4,973 tonight)
  5. To count the number of videos produced by Brad Meyer and uploaded onto websites. (More than 20 by now.)
  6. To count the number of cases published as ‘templates’ with a view to changing the law.  (8 by now)
  7. To enjoy the quality of input that goes into Open Letters to authorities, politicians and institutions. Watch this space by subscribing to this blog!

2 responses to “Progressing with comments by petition signatories…

  1. “Blessed are the pure in heart: for they shall see God (Matthew 5:8).”

    We have to keep wanting better things than what we have got, justice, honesty, humility, love for each other ect.

    Marxist secialism didn’t work, neither has consumerism, none of these isms will ever work, it’s like in that kids movie Bioll and Ted, people just have to start being nice instead of mean all the time.

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