Over 500 Signatures and 3,200 Page Views
on the “Stop the Oppression of the British People” Petition
The Stop the Oppression of the British People petition is targeted at HM The Queen requesting to ensure that the Rule of Law is adhered to in Her Majesty’s institutions. Published on March 19, 2010 by the Forum for Stable Currencies, the petition has been signed by over 500 people so far and viewed by more than 3,200.
The Forum for Stable Currencies has held meetings at the House of Lords and Commons since 1998 and has been exploring systemic causes of the current state of our monetary system as well as their effects on voters and tax payers.
The absence of the Rule of Law is experienced by UK citizens as immense frustration, pain, misery, injustice, cruelty and financial disaster at the personal level. These situations can also be evidenced in the corruption in the Courts, greed by lawyers and generally the rule of money.
The rule of money is addressed by Early Day Motion 1297 that asks for the Enforcement of the Bank of England Act 1694. It was tabled by Austin Mitchell MP on April 20, 2009 and recommends tackling the serious oppression that the writers of the Bank of England Act intended to avoid in 1694.
Examples of oppression were recorded on video at meetings of the Forum for Stable Currencies on April 23, 2009, June 23, 2009 and March 9, 2010. A more extensive report has been compiled as The Forensics of Legal Fraud.
Comments of signatories of the petition cover General Wisdom, Monetary Reform, Criticising the Judiciary, Reporting Misery, General Frustration, Supporting Grand Juries, Political Comments and Financial and Banking Comments and offer a remarkable overview of what UK citizens are thinking and feeling.
The comments and the petition have been handed to the Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills, the Rt Hon Dr. Vincent Cable MP, together with an Open Letter and the documentary evidence covering four individual cases.
The Organiser of the Forum for Stable Currencies Sabine K McNeill says “Ten years of raising awareness about monetary reform have not made the slightest difference to the understanding of politicians and journalists of the systemic causes of our debt-based economy. We now hope that they can identify with victims of the absence of the Rule of Law and that they can begin to see that this is wholly due to the rule of money.”
For further information, please contact Sabine K McNeill on firstname.lastname@example.org or on 07968 039 141.