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.”
Posted in 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
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?
It’s not just me who learned from victims of financial exploitation and legal oppression and therefore understands the term ‘kleptocracy‘.
There’s also an interesting book: Our Corrupt Legal System [Except Rich Criminals] and there are those people who write Wikipedia definitions.
Office of the Legal Services Ombudsman is the title of Early Day Motion 1418 tabled by our Chairman Austin Mitchell MP, once again on behalf of victims, on June 16, 2003.
It is interesting that it was signed by 60 MPs all in all. I shall not check how many have been re-elected, but 60 is a remarkable support!
Austin Mitchell MP re Complaints
This letter from Austin Mitchell MP to David Law says also a lot about why he’s alwasy been on our side!
Click on it to see it enlarged.
Here is an MP who did something for his constituent: write to the Lord Chancellor. Another MP even took the case of his constituent into an adjournment debate.
The more supportive MPs we can find, the better!
This is a great example for the etiquette of “hierarchical communication”: our “group letter” has been passed on to somebody who works only on certain days in the week, who promises to phone back but doesn’t and who may send her response on behalf of Kenneth Clarke to us within a week.
Instead, Stephen Phillipps MP’s letter to the Lord Chancellor Kenneth Clarke got an extensive reply which I find helpful in terms of analysing how to go further:
- Mr Ebert’s big distinction between “administrative procedures” and “judiciary decisions” needs to be highlighted.
- Addressing our complaints to the Lord Chief Justice may be more appropriate, while informing Kenneth Clarke, Vincent Cable and one’s own MP.
- Distinguishing between “personal” complaints and “professional” complaint is worth pointing out.
- We can be a self-appointed and self-regulated watchdog, even if we don’t get funding from the Victims’ Commissioner.
- I don’t see any reason for NOT going with individual cases to the Victims’ Commissioner. After all, she needs to be educated into her job.
- Lodging an appeal with the support of our group would be a new exercise of care and support for a victim, and we might be more effective with our online campaigning efforts to refer to.
- Meanwhile, we’ll wait for our collective response from both Cable and Clarke, before we decide on next letters.
- Writing to the Police seems hopeless in Paulette’s case, but on Forum letterhead, with copies to MP, Lord Chief Justice and Ken Clarke, may force more action out of them.
- Stephen Phillips QC MP should be invited to look at EDM 516 on REPORTING of FRAUD and sign it. For Paulette’s case is a perfect example of the ‘maze’ one has to wade through when attempting to report fraud, let alone get fairness, justice, resolution or restitution.
So much for today’s thinking.
Stephen Phillips QC MP Rcvd 22 7 2010
Letter from Ken Clarke 22 7 2010 Page One (2)
Letter from Ken Clarke 22 7 2010 Page two
Posted in Courts, Judges, Kenneth Clarke, Lord Chief Justice, Ministry of Justice, Personal complaint, Professional complaint
Tagged Ken Clarke, Kenneth Clarke, Lord Chancellor, Stephen Phillips, victim
I don’t have a scanner. So I copy with my fingers:
Buckingham Palace, 13th July, 2010
Dear Mrs McNeill
Thank you for your letter of 6th July addressed to the Private Secretary.
Careful note has been taken of your comments regarding your views on the work of Her Majesty’s Court Services, but I must tell you that this is not a matter on which The Queen or this office would comment.
As a constitutional Sovereign, Her Majesty acts on the advice of her Ministers and I would, therefore, suggest that you address your appeal directly to the Right Honourable Kenneth Clarke, QC, MP, the Lord Chancellor and Secretary of State for Justice at the Ministry of Justice, 102, Petty France, London SW1H 9AJ.
Miss Jennie Vine
There is an opportunity for victims of legal exploitation, mis-administration and worse to provide input to the Ministry of Justice about their respective court.
Deadline: September 15, 2010