Wednesday, 24 November 2010

Parish Notice

Right, got a bit of travelling and some family committments over the next few or four days, so expect light blogging.

Play nicely.

NOUICOR Deconstructed

It is my intention to pursue my understanding that I might draft my own Notice of Understanding and Intent and Claim of Right (NOUICOR). I'm very much at the beginning of this journey and found the following clip useful - hopefully you will too.

[EDIT 2: Thanks to Xen for the advice on how to imbed the clip]

Parts 2 and 3 are available here and here.

Lessons Learnt is not Accountability

The Information Commissioner has fined Watford council £100,000 for sending the most serious and sensitive information to the wrong recipients not once, but twice.

If it wasn't outrageous enough that £100,000 of local tax payers' money has just been thrown away, the real scandal is that our most vulnerable charges (abused children) could have had justice and / or protection denied to them owing to this error.

But don't worry folks, they've been held to account, lessons have been learnt and procedures have been changed.

Except no-one has been held to account; only the entity called the 'council' has - and the money wasn't its anyway. And we know that, in all likelihood, none of the staff will be properly reprimanded and they will continue to draw wages paid by the very people whose money they've wasted and whose children they might have failed.

Monday, 22 November 2010

Consent Not Required

I've just heard the news that Brian Cowan has decided to call an election upon completion of passing of the bailout through the Irish legislature.

What a coward; and what a travesty of consent. If you are so sure that this is the right path for Ireland to take, why aren't you going to the country first?

The European Project must not fail...

Double Slavery at £300 Per Head

So now we know. We are ‘saving’ the Irish by being part of a pan-European Irish bank bailout and we are doing this by giving £300 per head of money that we don’t have (and therefore will have to borrow).

Result? The Irish remain enslaved to the European Project and we have committed our taxpayers (including our children) to longer servitude in servicing this debt.

Did anyone expect any different? The European Project will not be allowed to fail…


Update (7.55pm): just heard on Sky News that RBS and Lloyds have lent the Irish (people, companies, etc) £80bn! That's £80,000,000,000! Why are we not leveraging that to our advantage? Oh, that's right, the European Project will not be allowed to fail...

Friday, 19 November 2010

Standing with their Truth: John and Tina Hurst

There is nothing more honourable than for a man to stand by his truth no matter what the consequences or how difficult the circumstances.

John and Tina: Hurst deserve the utmost respect. Their continued fight to keep our Common Law liberty in the face of insurmountable odds and injustice from powerful agencies is humbling to those of us still on our journey for truth. Whilst we look for the courage and develop our knowledge that we may make a stand, they are sailing in uncharted and dangerous waters, so that they and others may be free of tyranny. Go see.

Wednesday, 17 November 2010

Starting Off

Well, here we are, finally. I've taken the plunge and decided that I needed my own forum, my own record of my development as I complete my journey towards understanding my truth. I have been inspired by many other bloggers and it's time to move on from (just) posting on other's blogs.

Forgive the self-indulgence in this first posting. I'm not quite sure what I am going to write about; nor do I know how often I will post. All I do know is that I feel the need to write, and I have something to say - which may or may not be important to the reader, but is important to me. And after years of silence, I've finally found a voice.

I am a political animal though refuse to commit to a particular party as my own.