Lack of Public Confidence captured in Online Petition

Today I emailed this as a News Release:

Lack of Public Confidence captured in Online Petition

The current Zeitgeist of the public’s lack of confidence in politics, finance and generally public institutions has been captured by the online petition Stop the Oppression of the British people. Published by the Forum for Stable Currencies on March 19, 2010, it requests that HM servants comply with the Rule of Law. See

Since publication, the petition has been signed by more than 1,050 people. Over 100 signers have also left short comments that cover the following topics: General Wisdom, Monetary Reform, Criticising the Judiciary, Reporting Misery, General Frustration, Supporting Grand Juries, Politics, Finance and Banking, Criticising the Land Registry, Support for the Petition. See

Evidence of four serious cases of illegal and unlawful behaviour by Courts has been put before the Secretary of State, the Rt Hon Dr Vincent Cable MP to rectify the publication of fraudulent bankruptcies. See

The same cases have been put before the Lord Chancellor to point out abuse of process by the illegal and unlawful use of Her Majesty’s seal. See

HM The Queen was informed when 331 signatures were reached. See The Prime Minister and Deputy will receive a letter on 28 June 2010. See

One of the cases is Ms Paulette Cooper whose illegal repossession was documented with photos on The case of Raymond Fox is documented before the planned arrival of the bailiff on June 29th, 2010. See

Meanwhile, MPs are supporting their constituents by writing follow up letters to the Lord Chancellor and the Secretary of State.

For further information, please contact the organiser Sabine K McNeill on 07968 039 141 or in Germany on 0049 33876 90166. You can email her using


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