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We ought to think that we are one of the leaves of a tree, and the tree is all humanity. We cannot live without the others, without the tree.” – Pablo Casals

me2013 Racism” is about a lack of knowledge and understanding, about a particular culture, or a group of people, and the person/s are happy with their lack of knowledge and understanding. It mainly has to do about power over a particular group of people. This, of course leads to “ignorance”. “Racism” is about “ignorance“.

That stated it is not that they do not know the rules.  These arrogant  people think it does not apply to them and play the tune that they are: confused, mistaken or unclear when helping each other cover-up their mistakes. What should be happening is that the confused, mistaken or unclear public official should retire and not before their bad practices are brought to light within the public domainContinue reading 

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Lawful Disobedience: ARREST THAT JUDGE! Full Version HD (Uncensored) – YouTube


 

Lawful Disobedience: ARREST THAT JUDGE! Full Version HD (Uncensored) – YouTube

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Kevin West’s award winning (Best Documentary WIFF 2011) film about the attempt of Roger Hayes’ to arrest a so-called ‘Judge’ at Wirral Magistrate’s Court, UK…

waine-warren‘s insight:

ECHR declares all business Public and Private in the given geographical area are defined as the local authority. http://northamptoncouncil.blogspot.co.uk/2013/12/timeline.html 

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BAILII – BAILII Databases


BAILII – BAILII Databases See on Scoop.it – Public Law Children Act Cases BAILII databases contain British and Irish case law, legislation and other materials (e.g. Law Commission Reports), and European case law. See on http://www.bailii.org Related articles The BAILII lecture: … Continue reading

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Foster Care


Foster Care

Foster care is the term used for a system in which a minor who has been made a ward is placed in the private home of a state certified caregiver referred to as a “foster parent”.  The state via the family court and child protection agency stand in loco parentis to the minor, making all legal decisions while the foster parent is responsible for the day to day care of said minor. The foster parent is remunerated by the state for their services.  Foster care is intended to be a short term situation until a permanent placement can be made:

  • Reunification with the biological parent(s)
  • When it is deemed in the child’s best interest. This is generally the first choice.
  • Preferably by a biological family member such as an aunt or grandparent.
  • If no biological family member is willing or able to adopt, the next preference is for the child to be adopted by the foster parents or by someone else involved in the child’s life (such as a teacher orcoach). This is to maintain continuity in the child’s life ~ Wikipedia
     

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Family Law Courts


Family Law Courts Family matters are dealt with in the Family Division of the High Court, by district judges in County Courts and in Family Proceedings Courts. What Family Courts deal with Public law Private Law Adoption Marriage matters Domestic … Continue reading

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Barristers and Judges


Originally posted on Toward Change:

Barristers and Judges

CHAPTER 20
The Brotherhood, The Secret World Of The FreemasonStephen Knight

Where Freemasonry does play a big part – and this is why so many judges are Masons – is in the process by which appointments to the Bench are made.

Apart from the professional judiciary, I would think it just as important to ascertain the position in respect of the lay magistrates who decide the overwhelming number of cases, especially outside London. It might be worth asking the Lord Chancellor’s Department if any consideration is given to Masonry when applicants for the Magistracy are interviewed.

Judges are appointed from the ranks of those barristers and solicitors who have been in practice for at least ten years. Although there is a growing tendency for solicitors to be given preferment to the judiciary, the great majority of judges are former barristers. (pg167)

CONTINUING……..

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Jimmy Savile – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


Source: en.wikipedia.org

Fundraising, sponsorship and voluntary work

Savile is estimated to have raised £40 million for charity.  One cause for which he raised money was Stoke Mandeville Hospital, where he volunteered for many years as a porter. He raised money for the Spinal Unit, NSIC (National Spinal Injuries Centre), and St Francis Ward – a ward for children and teens with spinal cord injuries. Savile also volunteered atLeeds General Infirmary and Broadmoor Hospital. In August 1988, he was appointed by junior health minister Edwina Currie  chair of an interim task force overseeing the management of Broadmoor Hospital, after its board members had been suspended.  Savile had his own room at both Stoke Mandeville and Broadmoor.

 

From 1974 to 1988, Savile was the honorary president of Phab (Physically Handicapped in the Able Bodied community).  He sponsored medical students performing undergraduate research in the Leeds University Research Enterprise scholarship scheme, donating more than £60,000 every year. In 2010, the scheme was given a commitment of £500,000 over the following five years.  Following Savile’s death in October 2011, it was confirmed that a bequest had been made to allow continued support for the programme.

 

Savile set up two charities, the Jimmy Savile Stoke Mandeville Hospital Trust in 1981, and the Leeds-based Jimmy Savile Charitable Trust in 1984.  During the sexual abuse scandal in October 2012 the charities announced that they would distribute their funds, of £1.7m and £3.7m respectively, among other charities and then close down.  He also raised money for several Jewish charities.

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Committee on Issue of Privilege (Police Searches on the Parliamentary Estate)


Committee on Issue of Privilege (Police Searches on the Parliamentary Estate) Committee on Issue of Privilege Here you can browse documents of the Committee on Issue of Privilege (Police Searches on Parliamentary Estate) arranged with the most recently published document … Continue reading

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Study Concludes That Kids Are Better Off In Troubled Homes Than In Foster Care | Child Protective Services-CPS-False Accusations


Children are better off when left in troubled homes, and not detained in state custody foster homes.

 

Joseph Doyle Jr., an economics professor at the MIT Sloan School of Management did a study on foster children compared to children living in troubled homes, funded by the National Science Foundation. He used the analytic tools of applied economics to discover that “…children on the margin of foster care placement have better employment, delinquency, and teen motherhood outcomes when they remain at home.”

 

PLEASE, social workers, legislators, everyone. LISTEN. Most kids are better off when left in their natural family homes. If you care about children, if you want them to have good lives and turn out to be happy, productive citizens, don’t take them away from non-abusive parents.

 

Doyle’s study tracked more than 15,000 children in Illinois from 1990 to 2002. He chose Illinois because they provided the statistics he needed. He screened out extreme cases of abuse and concentrated only on children whose cases could have gone either way (remaining in their family homes, or going to foster homes).

 

A July 3, 2007 USA Today article by Wendy Koch states, “Studies . . . show that the 500,000 children in U.S. foster care are more likely than other kids to drop out of school, commit crimes, abuse drugs and become teen parents. . . . His research has shown that this holds true even when foster kids are compared with other disadvantaged youth.”

Source: fightcps.com

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Rod Class: a former policewoman/attorney reveals what it is like inside. . . thanks to ~J


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I know from first-hand experience how they scheme to capture us into their jurisdiction using fraudulent processes, defying their own rules….and how they can take our property (bodies) simply for accessing the trust account in our names, doing it all “legally” which is different than lawfully…they capture us and then claim it is by our own consent….

Originally posted on 2012: What's the 'real' truth?:

On a recent 2-1/2 hour talkshow hosted by Rod Class, a former policewoman / attorney reveals what it is like on the “inside”…double oaths…and why the people’s grand juries are the answer to the court corruption and the way to shut down the courts…that the last thing “they” want is for the courts to be shut down…and, it only takes three notaries and the people to convene a grand jury…and it can be done anywhere….”their” courts are in “their ” buildings…we don’t want to be there, since those buildings are “foreign” to us…. I know from first-hand experience how they scheme to capture us into their jurisdiction using fraudulent processes, defying their own rules….and how they can take our property (bodies) simply for accessing the trust account in our names, doing it all “legally” which is different than lawfully…they capture us and then claim it is by our own consent….this…

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Misconduct In Public Office Is An Offence At Common Law


  Misconduct In Public Office Is An Offence At Common Law   via Misconduct in Public Office. “The corruption that plagues society is a destroyer of public safety, peace & harmony, but when crime enters the arena of government, whether local, … Continue reading

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Missing the signs: Nancy Cooper began to disappear long before she was declared missing (with video)


Cary, North Carolina looked like the American dream. “A futuristic Pleasantville,” National Geographic called it once, a town of the young, affluent and educated, its streets lined with sprawling houses, SUVs and sports cars glinting in broad driveways. Cary boomed as North Carolina became a technology hub in the 1990s, swelling from 15,000 people in 1990 to over 40,000 a decade later. In 2001, more than 80 per cent of the population of Cary worked white collar jobs. Nearly 90 per cent of the households were comprised of married couples with children. Though there were growing pains, Cary made lists of the Six Hottest Towns in America, the Best Small Cities in America, and prided itself on being one of the United States’ safest communities. It was a place where neighbours regularly gathered for barbecues and cook outs, just as they did on the evening of July 11, 2008, couples eating and mingling while their children played on a warm summer evening.

 

Brad and Nancy Cooper and their two young daughters were at the party that night. It was the last time Nancy’s friends saw her alive..

Source: www.edmontonjournal.com

Nancy was sporty and fun-loving, a skilled ringette player and all-around athlete who grew out of geeky coke-bottle glasses into the kind of woman who lit up a room. She loved jewelry, art and fashion, and ran her own clothing store in addition to her IBM work.

Jessica Adam called 911 early on the afternoon of Saturday, July 12, 2008. She was almost breathless, panic swirling in her voice.

 

Nancy was supposed to be at her house at 8 a.m., but hadn’t showed up. Brad said Nancy went jogging with another friend but he was vague on the details, and it wasn’t like Nancy to miss plans.

 

“I don’t know what I should do,” she told the 911 operator. “Her husband and her are living together but they are in the middle of a divorce. And he is, um, …” The end of the sentence disappeared into a breath.

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The disappearance of an attractive 34-year-old housewife with a successful husband and two young daughters was the kind of case people noticed. Within days, the story was picked up by media around the United States and internationally.

Two days after Nancy was reported missing, a man walking his dog saw a body floating in stormwater in an undeveloped subdivision just outside the town of Cary, about five kilometres from the Coopers’ house.

Nancy had been strangled, choked so hard a bone in her neck broke. She wore only a tangled sports bra and one diamond earring. There were no signs of sexual assault. The man who called 911 said he noticed the body because of the vultures hanging around.

After Nancy’s body was found, many turned to Brad Cooper as the obvious suspect. 

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The Times Was Campaigning To Fix A broken British Adoption System


The Times Was Campaigning To Fix A broken British Adoption System via Adoption. In Glasgow two months ago a 14-year-old boy was jailed for seven years for fatally stabbing his 34-year-old foster mother. The incident took place a year ago. In … Continue reading

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Stabbing of Regina Social Worker Involves Social Worker And Former client


  Stabbing of Regina Social Worker Involves Social Worker And Former client   A stabbing case before the courts in Regina has taken an unusual turn with an allegation that the victim and alleged stabber were involved in an inappropriate … Continue reading

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Sex Racket At Children’s Home

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Sex Racket At Children’s Home Kincora Boys Home The scandal first came to public attention on 24 January 1980 after a news report in the Irish Independent titled “Sex Racket at Children’s Home”. The newspaper stated that despite allegations of abuse … Continue reading

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