Stop The United Kingdom From Selling Our Children

Stop the United Kingdom from selling our children  it cannot be a right to commit a crime against humanity.

Michael Shrimpton, replying in Public Law in 1993 to Le Sueur’s 1992 article, concluded that: “If habeas corpus were abolished  we may find our hard-won freedoms diminished and ourselves as vassals to an over-mighty executive set loose from the restraint of the law”.  The history of the English common law has been the history of remedies, but under the doctrine of Public Law IN THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE children and parents are afforded no such privilege.

It is here that the wickedness of certain judges presiding over divorce and wardship proceeding, really come out to play.

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There are many a good judge who can sing a good song for the public, but when it comes to enforcing the law of the land they sit there and do nothing.  The sound maybe sweet, but their actions are weak.

More people are waking up to what Government really is.  They are seeing it as nothing but a vile institution that defrauds, steals money, starts wars, kidnaps and murders people.  The Olympics 2012 will soon be here and a database will be created listing the names of families.   Play your part and stop the United Kingdom from selling our Children.  Your family could be next.


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Your ‘Family Rights’ believing in the best interest of children. The issues which are important to me are, children and their families, the injustices to parents, which may occur, because of inadequate information, mistakes or corruption. This is happening every day. every minute and every second.
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