Category Archives: Meetings

Video records of last meeting in House of Commons

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.

The morning after: new look, renewed commitment

Dear Victims turned Starfighters, and, above all, dear “Victim Veterans”!

It seemed to me that everybody was quite happy with the meeting in which I shared the most important breaking news:

  1. I had heard and spoken to Louise Casey, the remarkable Victims’ Commissioner who was talking about having to do a “hearts and minds job” at the RSA.
    • Please let me have any suggestion as a comment here, or send an email to Sabine AT 3d-metrics.com!
    • I contacted Mike Crockart, the MP who tabled Early Day Motion 516 on Reporting of Fraud to congratulate him on his initiative and invite him to join us.
    • DO GET YOUR MP TO SIGN IT, PLEASE, and do let me have your comments about your MP! I’ll start a data base of MPs and their ‘usefulness’ and supportiveness!
  2. With a view to offering our services as a “Watchdog for White Collar Crime”, we are looking for people to look after “Watch Puppies” (Brad’s idea!) in specialised areas such as
    — Insolvency Service (for which Paulette has offered her initiative)
    — the Courts
    — the Land Registry
    — mental hospitals (for which Maurice and Norman are excellent fighters)

One of the reasons for choosing a new look for this site is my desire to publish PROFILES of VICTIM VETERANS who are willing to offer their support as McKenzie Friend or otherwise, and especially what their area of expertise is. Please send me text and photo, and I’ll publish your profile! You may have seen professional portraits such as mine on LinkedIn. For this site, we just need a statement of professional experience and experience of courts, solicitors, judges, land registry, etc.

Any other ideas and suggestions WELCOME!

Requesting Compliance with the Law

Requesting Compliance with the Law

Click on the slide to see the TO DO lists I showed.

And click here to read what Paulette said about her commitment and intentions for action.

Outcomes of our last meeting

Here is the chronology of my money related sites, that tell you the story of the Forum for Stable Currencies. And below follows the email that I sent to the first list of addresses that I compiled:

Dear Reader

You receive this mail for you are among my Outlook addresses, and I hope that you will welcome information in the spirit of the Forum for Stable Currencies. On our archive site or the chronology of my money related blogs you will see that we have had meetings at the House of Lords and Commons since 1998.

Our latest meeting with our Chairman Austin Mitchell MP presented us with such an interesting challenge, that I must share it with likeminded thinkers and online activists, so that we stand the best chance of success:

  • since Parliament has lost so much of its confidence, we should organise our own Public Inquiry!
  • when speaking to American legal advisor Suzon Forscey-Moore about this recommendation, she mentioned the Grand Jury as the legal procedure which is more available in the US than the UK; a first “desk study” is available as a collaborative document here; a 2-page summary is here
  • to combine this historic legal avenue with web 2.0 PR is thus our challenge to turn round what has come to work so badly against us: the rule of high finance over the Rule of the Law.

To redress this imbalance, we have now the online petition Stop the oppression of the British people. Are you happy to put your signature to it? We shall send signatures to HM The Queen as soon as we have a significant number together. Contrary to her servants in No. 10 or the Treasury, her office has always responded to my letters.

As examples of oppression, you can see introductions of “victims turned starfighters” on videos of our meeting on March 09, 2010 as well as in the record of our meetings in April 2009 and June 2009.


Get your MP to sign Early Day Motions

Before Parliament gets dissolved on April 8th, Austin Mitchell MP tabled Early Day Motion 1138 in our tradition: Interest Free Credit. MPs are supposed to respond only to their constituents. Hence it would be nice if you were to use WriteToThem and ask your MP to sign.

For interest-free credit by the government is the ultimate solution to the crisis, poverty and climate change – the issues that the Robin Hood Tax campaign tries to tackle. You could therefore check whether your MP is among the 130 who have signed so far. You can change the order in which signatures are listed from Standard Order to Alphabetical.

If yes, you can go ask to get to the core of the problems that have been the scourge of humanity since the first National Debt was created when the Bank of England was founded in 1694.

If no, start with the Robin Hood Tax as the first step necessary to change the mortal embrace between banks and governments.


Please let me know any comments or feedback that may come to mind.

Yours in the spirit of a better future for all of us,

Sabine
Organiser, Forum for Stable Currencies

Currently “left of Berlin”, on 0049 33876 90166.
Mobile: 07968 039 141

You receive this mail for you are among my Outlook addresses, and I hope that you will welcome information in the spirit of the Forum for Stable Currencies. If not, please click to unsubscribe.

On our archive site or the chronology of my money related blogs you will see that we have had meetings at the House of Lords and Commons since 1998.

Our latest meeting with our Chairman Austin Mitchell MP presented us with such an interesting challenge, that I must share it with likeminded thinkers and online activists, so that we stand the best chance of success:

  • since Parliament has lost so much of its confidence, we should organise our own Public Inquiry!
  • when speaking to American legal advisor Suzon Forscey-Moore about this recommendation, she mentioned the Grand Jury as the legal procedure; this is more available in the US than the UK; a first “desk study” is available as a collaborative document here; a 2-page summary is here
  • to combine this historic legal avenue with web 2.0 PR is thus our challenge to turn round what has come to work so badly against us: the rule of high finance over the Rule of Law.

To redress this imbalance, we have now the online petition Stop the oppression of the British people. Are you happy to put your signature to it? We shall send signatures to HM The Queen as soon as we have a significant number together. Contrary to her servants in No. 10 or the Treasury, her office has always responded to my letters.

As examples of oppression, you can see introductions of “victims turned starfighters” on videos of our meeting on March 09, 2010 as well as in the record of our meetings in April 2009 and June 2009.


Before Parliament gets dissolved on April 8th, Austin Mitchell MP tabled Early Day Motion 1138 in our tradition: Interest Free Credit. MPs are supposed to respond only to their constituents. Hence it would be nice if you were to use WriteToThem and ask your MP to sign.

For interest-free credit by the government is the ultimate solution to the crisis, poverty and climate change – the issues that the Robin Hood Tax campaign tries to tackle. You could therefore check whether your MP is among the 130 who have signed so far. You can change the order in which signatures are listed from Standard Order to Alphabetical. If yes, you can go ask to get to the core of the problems that have been the scourge of humanity since the first National Debt was created when the Bank of England was founded in 1694.

If no, start with the Robin Hood Tax as the first step necessary to change the mortal embrace between banks and governments.


Please let me know any comments or feedback that may come to mind.

Yours in the spirit of a better future for all of us,

Sabine
Organiser, Forum for Stable Currencies

Currently “left of Berlin”, on 0049 33876 90166.
Mobile: 07968 039 141