An official from the House of Commons Fees Office — which oversees MPs' expenses — faces jail today after admitting submitting bogus invoices of his own.

Andrew Gibson, 49, pleaded guilty to creating fake invoices in the names of MPs who were either retiring or leaving their posts to pay off his mounting debts. The Resources Budget Officer paid nearly £6,000 into his friend Toni Pomfret's account on three occasions between August and December 2005. Both men were due to face trial at Southwark crown court today but pleaded guilty before a jury was sworn in. Gibson, who resigned in January, admitted submitting invoices for “typing and secretarial services” for three former MPs.

They are Tam Dalyell, the veteran former Labour MP for West Lothian, Linda Perham, the ex-Ilford North MP, and Liberal Democrat Matthew Green, who represented Ludlow. Pomfret, 50, a rail inspector, received the money into his account as payment for outstanding gambling debts owed by Gibson. Gibson first submitted an invoice for £1,880 to the Department of Finance and Administration on behalf of Mr Dalyell on August 26 — misspelling the name.

Five days later he created an invoice purporting to be from Ms Perham's office for £2,115 and on December 31 he submitted an invoice on behalf of Mr Green for £1,880. The invoice discrepancies were discovered during the general investigation into MPs' expenses by Sir Thomas Legg last year. Both men were granted bail, but the Recorder of Westminster, Judge Geoffrey Rivlin QC, warned there was a “real possibility” of a custodial sentence. The pair will be sentenced on September 30.

Gibson, of Poplar, admitted three counts of obtaining a money transfer by deception. Pomfret, of Cheshunt, Hertfordshire, admitted three counts of acquiring criminal property. It is understood that the basis of Pomfret's plea was that he had suspected that the three payments had come from the House of Commons and that Gibson had perpetrated the frauds. A further count of conspiracy to defraud was ordered to be left on the file. The duties of what later became the Fees Office date back to 1833. Originally responsible for the assessment and collection of fees payable on private bills, during the first half of the 20th century the duties of the Fees Office increased to include the salaries, allowances and expenses of Members.

    cameron You don't know me, but then, in a country of over 60 million people I guess you can be forgiven not knowing each person, but I am sure that your advisor's and civil servants have neatly carved up the entire population into neat little demographics for you. So who am I?

    Am I among the growing army of divorced men who are fighting an uphill battle in the courts to see and be part of our children's lives? Fighting against the adversarial system that pits one parent against another, that costs tax payers a fortune in legal aid, that some solicitors use as a way to guarantee an income stream? A system that fails not only the parents, but most importantly the children? A system that is under resourced in the courts and CAFCASS which causes cases to drag on for years, meaning that children end up loosing touch with the absent parent and all the harm that causes?

    Am I a father watching his children being let down by an education system that is forever being tinkered with by politicians and bureaucrats in Whitehall so that schools find it better to push children down to ensure that the schools pass rates remain artificially high, rather than develop each child to their full potential? Do I sit and worry how they will afford to go through higher education and if its worth it, considering the huge amount of debt they will be left with?A father who has a disabled son who is being failed by schooling which assumes that disabled children need only survive not thrive, so he is now 3 years behind able bodies children when he is every bit as smart?

    Am I a car owner who is left with ever increasing bills from fuel and road tax, simply because I have no choice but to have a car in order to take my children to school and do the basics in my life such as shopping? The roads I drive on are falling apart from decades of under investment, proper policing has been handed over to dumb speed cameras which catch people who on the whole are law abiding, they have tax, they have insurance, they have an MOT, and they have given their proper details for the penalty notice to drop through their letterboxes, while the ones who flout the law simply carry on regardless and put everyone at risk, and I wonder, how is that right?

    Am I the son who worries about his elderly mother who is struggling to cope on her own because the council has no resources to provide home help for her? Am I the one who worries each time his mother goes for a shower because she might fall in the bathroom that social services say is dangerous for her to use, but the council say there is a 2 year waiting list for the modifications needed to fix it?

    Am I just another voter who sees politics has become a career choice, and feels that all politicians regardless of their parties are just in it for the power, the money, the prestige. Am I one of the majority who simply wants to be represented?Am I the one who has no party to support because no party supports me?

    Am I the one who hears of another death of a soldier and wonders why they were ever there in the first place? Wonders why our boys and girls are fighting a war on the other side of the world, a war that is un-winnable and was never winnable, a war that has made us less secure in this country, and a war that has cost us money that would have been better spent on education and health and pensions as well as costing us irreplaceable lives and leaving mothers and children mourning their dead?

    Am I one of the long term sick who is a "burden" to the state? Did the state consider me a burden when at the age of 17 I started work, and continued in work until I became ill 20 years later through no fault of my own, when I paid taxes and saved for my home, and started a business and created employment? Was I a burden when I was able to help in my community and provide training to young school leavers? Was I wrong to believe that if I paid into the system, that if I should ever fall into dire straits, that the system would be there to look after me? Am I a burden because my body is not physically capable of even sitting or standing for longer than a few minutes because of a mistake that the NHS made? Am I a burden because the painkillers I have to take to stop me screaming in agony make me drowsy and sick? Am I a burden because I also have agoraphobia and depression and simply getting through each day for me is a major accomplishment? Am I the one you said should be made to go out to work, and if not should have my benefits removed? Am I the one who survives on benefits only because my family help me out with buying food and paying bills, but is having to see those meagre benefits reduced even further? Am I the one who receives less in benefits in a week than you will spend on lunch today, but am told I am unhealthy because I can't afford to buy fresh fruit and vegetables to eat?

    Am I the one who is a scrounger because I am disabled? Will the DWP outsourced ATOS medicals that are so flawed and skewed suddenly make my spine and back healthy and give me feeling in my feet again, heal my agoraphobia and cure my depression? Will jumping through the DWP medical hoops make my friend who is blind from birth suddenly see? Will driving the mentally ill to suicide achieve the required savings to the welfare budget or simply leave mothers shedding tears at the graveside of a life cut short?

    Am I the friend who listens to a suicidal person at 3am telling me that their life is not worth living because they feel that society thinks that they are not worth supporting or helping? When they tell me that people throw bricks at their door, shout abuse outside their windows simply because they are ill with a disease that has such a cultural stigma attached to it that in the 21st century this still happens, is that the best of being British? Am I the one who fears that one day my friend will succeed and their life will have been just another entry in the suicide statistics?

    Am I the one who is told that unless they take a job, they will have their benefits removed, though there are no jobs to be had? Am I wondering how out of touch with reality politicians must be to not have noticed this, politicians who know as much about being jobless as a fish knows how it is to be out of the water?Am I the one who is told by the national tabloids that living on benefits means I have huge televisions and live a life of luxury, or am I the one who has a 10 year old telly, a sofa that was given to me second hand, and that despite not drinking or smoking, I can rarely afford to buy fruit for my children let alone a present for their birthday, Am I the only one who is struggling to make ends meet on benefits that you want to reduce even further? I have nothing, what can I cut out of my life?

    Am I the one who sits and wonders why the sick, the disabled, the jobless, the homeless, the low paid, the children, the pensioners, why I am having to make cuts in the meagre amounts we have to live on, for a recession we had no part in causing, a false boom beforehand that we never benefited from, and a future that seemingly has no place for us? Why are the bankers and the speculators and the hedge-funds and the brokers, and all those who brought our great country to its knees now not being made to pay for the mistakes they made?

    Am I the one, or am I all of them? Mr Prime Minister, demographics might give you lovely statistical information about the generality of the people in this country, but people are more than statistics, and until you put a face to the categories, you will never be able to begin to understand the lives that we lead. Mr Prime Minister, to appreciate the value of your people, the plight of your people, you need to walk in their shoes. I would not want to inflict the pain of my spinal injuries on anyone, nor the paralysis or agoraphobia or depression or the side effects of the drugs I have to take, but come and spend a week with me, or even a day, live on my benefits and see through my eyes, then perhaps you will see another side of this country, and perhaps see me for the person I am, an ordinary Brit, not as a statistic, a burden on this country.

  • SOURCE: A Hermits musings from his Hovel
    mp's MPs swore repeatedly at staff running the new parliamentary expenses system and reduced volunteer employees to tears, it emerged today.

    In shocking outbursts, they called workers at the Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority “monkeys”, “f*****g idiots” and “nutty”. Records of 10 incidents, many of which have been backed up by witnesses, have been obtained by The Standard though a Freedom of Information request. The FOI document, which does not name the MPs, shows standards authority staff reported that one MP shouted: “This system is a f*****g abortion.”

    Another told a standards authority worker in a lift that the system was “awful” and called its employees “f*****g idiots”. One MP stormed out of an induction session and came to reception to ask questions about the scheme. He was rude when staff were unable to answer his queries, walking off in the middle of a volunteer's explanation and branding all the trainers and staff “monkeys”. A woman MP said the authority was “nutty”. Staff were said to have found her behaviour unacceptable and intimidating. Another female MP awaiting a travelcard was described as very intimidating, and a worker dealing with her was said to have been near tears.

    A male MP who reduced a volunteer to tears 10 minutes into the induction later returned with a note and a box of chocolates by way of apology, while a female MP used the word “f**k” and said: “I am going to murder someone today.” Some MPs reacted angrily to the release of the information, accusing the standards authority of acting like secret police, and threatening to try to have it closed down. Former Labour Europe minister Denis MacShane admitted he was the MP involved in the chocolates incident but disputed the facts as reported by the authority and blamed it for recruiting “interns” to explain a very complicated system to MPs. He added: “IPSA are releasing a wholly one-sided version. It's crazy that Cabinet ministers and every MP should have to go through this Stasi operation and we still can't get money to buy our stationery. It's an unbelievably badly run organisation.”

    Ministers and backbenchers have been left fuming by the alleged bureaucracy of the new system, and by changes to housing and other allowances which has led to some of them sleeping at the Commons, or running up bills of thousands of pounds. Sir Ian Kennedy, chairman of the standards authority, has strongly defended his organisation. A spokesman for the authority said: “These instances relate to the early days of operation. IPSA is focusing on getting on with its job. Last week alone, for example, IPSA handled 4,000 claims and paid £650,000 to MPs.”

    zionist david cameron Cameron a zionist evil bastard that smears the poor while living like a lord of the manor. A tory toff public school twatty , educated at ROYALIST MASONIC Eton with inherited wealth and behind the fascist hierarchy of the British establishment long renowned for their hatred of the poor, vulnerable, sick and working classes. Hitlers spirit is alive and well in the hallowed walls of the utter scumbags and cretins that masquerade as some sort of human life. THEY ARE THE UTTER DREGS OF BRITISH SOCIETY, EVIL, TWISTED AND DEVIOUS MORONS THAT ONLY CARE ABOUT WERE THE NEXT MILLION IS COMING FROM.

    A nice little earner: David Cameron rents out his Notting Hill home for up to £72k a year

    David and Samantha Cameron are pocketing up to £6,000 a month by renting out their London home while they live in No 10. In 10 Downing Street and the official country retreat of Chequers, the Prime Minister has the use of two grace-and favour properties. But the couple have now decided to cash in on the luxury London property market by letting their £2.7million house in Notting Hill.

    The family also has the use of their £1million constituency home in the Cotswolds, which has benefited from years of taxpayer funding through the Westminster second homes allowance. Mr Cameron sought to convince the public of his frugality when he became Prime Minister by announcing that he and his ministers would take a 5 per cent pay cut and a pay freeze for the next five years. That means he is earning £142,500 a year, £7,500 a year less than his predecessor, Gordon Brown.

    But the lucrative rental arrangement – which could earn them up to £72,000 a year – means that Mr Cameron will more than make up the shortfall as a result of his move to Downing Street. At current market rates it would take him only five weeks to make up the difference. It is thought that Mr Cameron is the first Prime Minister in recent memory to rent his London home on the open market. Tony Blair sold his, while Gordon Brown, John Major and Margaret Thatcher continued to use theirs.

    After the general election Mr Cameron eventually persuaded his wife, who is expecting another child in September, to swap Notting Hill for Downing Street. When one of the Camerons' neighbours once commented to Samantha that the removals trucks could soon be pulling up to take them to No 10, she is reported to have replied : 'I ****ing hope not.' Security advisers had expressed alarm over the apparent stalemate, pointing out that millions of pounds would have to be spent on protecting Mr Cameron's London home if he, or his family, remained in Notting Hill.

    PM's Portfolio: The PM has access to several properties, a perk of his important role

    Earlier this week a new family moved into the four-bedroom Edwardian terraced house in West London that has been empty since the Camerons relocated to Downing Street. The house was bustling with life as the new tenants, including a blonde woman in her 40s and two daughters, oversaw the arrival of their belongings in a removal van, and new mattresses delivered from John Lewis. Speaking at the house the woman, who did not wish to give her name, said: 'I don't know the Camerons personally but we are very happy with the house and the move is going fine.

    'I am renting it through an agent. Of course I know who lived here before but it doesn't bother me. It's no big deal. We have been so busy moving in.' The disclosure that the Camerons have rented the property will only burnish the Prime Minister's self-described status as a member of the 'sharp-elbowed middle classes'. The family, with their children Nancy, six, and Arthur, four, moved out of their Notting Hill home in May and have been staying at No 10 Downing Street on a temporary basis while they wait for the larger four-bedroom flat at No 11 to be refurbished.

    The family home holds precious memories of Ivan, the couple's eldest son, who died suddenly aged six in February last year. After purchasing the house for £1.1million in 2005, the Camerons spent £600,000 transforming it in an eco-friendly makeover. The entire rear extension was demolished and in its place a new kitchen and spacious basement were constructed, with a lift specifically to help cope with Ivan's cerebral palsy and epilepsy.

    Estate agents in the highly sought-after area of London say similar, high-quality properties easily fetch between £4,000 and £6,000 a month in rental income. They say the Cameron home is a perfect property – with the added cachet of belonging to the Prime Minister. If the Camerons have used a rental agent they can expect to pay them around 15 per cent of each month's rent – £900 on a £6,000 monthly rental.

    The monthly income will also be subject to income tax. But that £900, plus general maintenance costs and insurance, can be offset against Mr Cameron's tax liabilities. Downing Street last night confirmed that Mr Cameron stopped claiming the second homes allowance for his Chipping Norton constituency home in March and would not make any other claims while he is Prime Minister. His final claim featured mortgage interest and a gas bill.

    cameron Law 1

    Never Outshine the Master

    Always make those above you feel comfortably superior. In your desire to please or impress them, do not go too far in displaying your talents or you might accomplish the opposite – inspire fear and insecurity. Make your masters appear more brilliant than they are and you will attain the heights of power.

    Law 2

    Never put too Much Trust in Friends, Learn how to use Enemies

    Be wary of friends-they will betray you more quickly, for they are easily aroused to envy. They also become spoiled and tyrannical. But hire a former enemy and he will be more loyal than a friend, because he has more to prove. In fact, you have more to fear from friends than from enemies. If you have no enemies, find a way to make them.

    Law 3

    Conceal your Intentions

    Keep people off-balance and in the dark by never revealing the purpose behind your actions. If they have no clue what you are up to, they cannot prepare a defense. Guide them far enough down the wrong path, envelope them in enough smoke, and by the time they realize your intentions, it will be too late.

    Law 4

    Always Say Less than Necessary

    When you are trying to impress people with words, the more you say, the more common you appear, and the less in control. Even if you are saying something banal, it will seem original if you make it vague, open-ended, and sphinxlike. Powerful people impress and intimidate by saying less. The more you say, the more likely you are to say something foolish.

    Law 5

    So Much Depends on Reputation – Guard it with your Life

    Reputation is the cornerstone of power. Through reputation alone you can intimidate and win; once you slip, however, you are vulnerable, and will be attacked on all sides. Make your reputation unassailable. Always be alert to potential attacks and thwart them before they happen. Meanwhile, learn to destroy your enemies by opening holes in their own reputations. Then stand aside and let public opinion hang them.

    Law 6

    Court Attention at all Cost

    Everything is judged by its appearance; what is unseen counts for nothing. Never let yourself get lost in the crowd, then, or buried in oblivion. Stand out. Be conspicuous, at all cost. Make yourself a magnet of attention by appearing larger, more colorful, more mysterious, than the bland and timid masses.

    Law 7

    Get others to do the Work for you, but Always Take the Credit

    Use the wisdom, knowledge, and legwork of other people to further your own cause. Not only will such assistance save you valuable time and energy, it will give you a godlike aura of efficiency and speed. In the end your helpers will be forgotten and you will be remembered. Never do yourself what others can do for you.

    Law 8

    Make other People come to you – use Bait if Necessary

    When you force the other person to act, you are the one in control. It is always better to make your opponent come to you, abandoning his own plans in the process. Lure him with fabulous gains – then attack. You hold the cards.

    Law 9

    Win through your Actions, Never through Argument

    Any momentary triumph you think gained through argument is really a Pyrrhic victory: The resentment and ill will you stir up is stronger and lasts longer than any momentary change of opinion. It is much more powerful to get others to agree with you through your actions, without saying a word. Demonstrate, do not explicate.

    Law 10

    Infection: Avoid the Unhappy and Unlucky

    You can die from someone else’s misery – emotional states are as infectious as disease. You may feel you are helping the drowning man but you are only precipitating your own disaster. The unfortunate sometimes draw misfortune on themselves; they will also draw it on you. Associate with the happy and fortunate instead.

    Law 11

    Learn to Keep People Dependent on You

    To maintain your independence you must always be needed and wanted. The more you are relied on, the more freedom you have. Make people depend on you for their happiness and prosperity and you have nothing to fear. Never teach them enough so that they can do without you.

    Law 12

    Use Selective Honesty and Generosity to Disarm your Victim

    One sincere and honest move will cover over dozens of dishonest ones. Open-hearted gestures of honesty and generosity bring down the guard of even the most suspicious people. Once your selective honesty opens a hole in their armor, you can deceive and manipulate them at will. A timely gift – a Trojan horse – will serve the same purpose.

    Law 13

    When Asking for Help, Appeal to People’s Self-Interest,

    Never to their Mercy or Gratitude

    If you need to turn to an ally for help, do not bother to remind him of your past assistance and good deeds. He will find a way to ignore you. Instead, uncover something in your request, or in your alliance with him, that will benefit him, and emphasize it out of all proportion. He will respond enthusiastically when he sees something to be gained for himself.

    Law 14

    Pose as a Friend, Work as a Spy

    Knowing about your rival is critical. Use spies to gather valuable information that will keep you a step ahead. Better still: Play the spy yourself. In polite social encounters, learn to probe. Ask indirect questions to get people to reveal their weaknesses and intentions. There is no occasion that is not an opportunity for artful spying.

    Law 15

    Crush your Enemy Totally

    All great leaders since Moses have known that a feared enemy must be crushed completely. (Sometimes they have learned this the hard way.) If one ember is left alight, no matter how dimly it smolders, a fire will eventually break out. More is lost through stopping halfway than through total annihilation: The enemy will recover, and will seek revenge. Crush him, not only in body but in spirit.

    Law 16

    Use Absence to Increase Respect and Honor

    Too much circulation makes the price go down: The more you are seen and heard from, the more common you appear. If you are already established in a group, temporary withdrawal from it will make you more talked about, even more admired. You must learn when to leave. Create value through scarcity.

    Law 17

    Keep Others in Suspended Terror: Cultivate an Air of Unpredictability

    Humans are creatures of habit with an insatiable need to see familiarity in other people’s actions. Your predictability gives them a sense of control. Turn the tables: Be deliberately unpredictable. Behavior that seems to have no consistency or purpose will keep them off-balance, and they will wear themselves out trying to explain your moves. Taken to an extreme, this strategy can intimidate and terrorize.

    Law 18

    Do Not Build Fortresses to Protect Yourself – Isolation is Dangerous

    The world is dangerous and enemies are everywhere – everyone has to protect themselves. A fortress seems the safest. But isolation exposes you to more dangers than it protects you from – it cuts you off from valuable information, it makes you conspicuous and an easy target. Better to circulate among people find allies, mingle. You are shielded from your enemies by the crowd.

    Law 19

    Know Who You’re Dealing with – Do Not Offend the Wrong Person

    There are many different kinds of people in the world, and you can never assume that everyone will react to your strategies in the same way. Deceive or outmaneuver some people and they will spend the rest of their lives seeking revenge. They are wolves in lambs’ clothing. Choose your victims and opponents carefully, then – never offend or deceive the wrong person.

    Law 20

    Do Not Commit to Anyone

    It is the fool who always rushes to take sides. Do not commit to any side or cause but yourself. By maintaining your independence, you become the master of others – playing people against one another, making them pursue you.

    Law 21

    Play a Sucker to Catch a Sucker – Seem Dumber than your Mark

    No one likes feeling stupider than the next persons. The trick, is to make your victims feel smart – and not just smart, but smarter than you are. Once convinced of this, they will never suspect that you may have ulterior motives.

    Law 22

    Use the Surrender Tactic: Transform Weakness into Power

    When you are weaker, never fight for honor’s sake; choose surrender instead. Surrender gives you time to recover, time to torment and irritate your conqueror, time to wait for his power to wane. Do not give him the satisfaction of fighting and defeating you – surrender first. By turning the other check you infuriate and unsettle him. Make surrender a tool of power.

    Law 23

    Concentrate Your Forces

    Conserve your forces and energies by keeping them concentrated at their strongest point. You gain more by finding a rich mine and mining it deeper, than by flitting from one shallow mine to another – intensity defeats extensity every time. When looking for sources of power to elevate you, find the one key patron, the fat cow who will give you milk for a long time to come.

    Law 24

    Play the Perfect Courtier

    The perfect courtier thrives in a world where everything revolves around power and political dexterity. He has mastered the art of indirection; he flatters, yields to superiors, and asserts power over others in the mot oblique and graceful manner. Learn and apply the laws of courtiership and there will be no limit to how far you can rise in the court.

    Law 25

    Re-Create Yourself

    Do not accept the roles that society foists on you. Re-create yourself by forging a new identity, one that commands attention and never bores the audience. Be the master of your own image rather than letting others define if for you. Incorporate dramatic devices into your public gestures and actions – your power will be enhanced and your character will seem larger than life.

    Law 26

    Keep Your Hands Clean

    You must seem a paragon of civility and efficiency: Your hands are never soiled by mistakes and nasty deeds. Maintain such a spotless appearance by using others as scapegoats and cat’s-paws to disguise your involvement.

    Law 27

    Play on People’s Need to Believe to Create a Cultlike Following

    People have an overwhelming desire to believe in something. Become the focal point of such desire by offering them a cause, a new faith to follow. Keep your words vague but full of promise; emphasize enthusiasm over rationality and clear thinking. Give your new disciples rituals to perform, ask them to make sacrifices on your behalf. In the absence of organized religion and grand causes, your new belief system will bring you untold power.

    Law 28

    Enter Action with Boldness

    If you are unsure of a course of action, do not attempt it. Your doubts and hesitations will infect your execution. Timidity is dangerous: Better to enter with boldness. Any mistakes you commit through audacity are easily corrected with more audacity. Everyone admires the bold; no one honors the timid.

    Law 29

    Plan All the Way to the End

    The ending is everything. Plan all the way to it, taking into account all the possible consequences, obstacles, and twists of fortune that might reverse your hard work and give the glory to others. By planning to the end you will not be overwhelmed by circumstances and you will know when to stop. Gently guide fortune and help determine the future by thinking far ahead.

    Law 30

    Make your Accomplishments Seem Effortless

    Your actions must seem natural and executed with ease. All the toil and practice that go into them, and also all the clever tricks, must be concealed. When you act, act effortlessly, as if you could do much more. Avoid the temptation of revealing how hard you work – it only raises questions. Teach no one your tricks or they will be used against you.

    Law 31

    Control the Options: Get Others to Play with the Cards you Deal

    The best deceptions are the ones that seem to give the other person a choice: Your victims feel they are in control, but are actually your puppets. Give people options that come out in your favor whichever one they choose. Force them to make choices between the lesser of two evils, both of which serve your purpose. Put them on the horns of a dilemma: They are gored wherever they turn.

    Law 32

    Play to People’s Fantasies

    The truth is often avoided because it is ugly and unpleasant. Never appeal to truth and reality unless you are prepared for the anger that comes for disenchantment. Life is so harsh and distressing that people who can manufacture romance or conjure up fantasy are like oases in the desert: Everyone flocks to them. There is great power in tapping into the fantasies of the masses.

    Law 33

    Discover Each Man’s Thumbscrew

    Everyone has a weakness, a gap in the castle wall. That weakness is usual y an insecurity, an uncontrollable emotion or need; it can also be a small secret pleasure. Either way, once found, it is a thumbscrew you can turn to your advantage.

    Law 34

    Be Royal in your Own Fashion: Act like a King to be treated like one

    The way you carry yourself will often determine how you are treated; In the long run, appearing vulgar or common will make people disrespect you. For a king respects himself and inspires the same sentiment in others. By acting regally and confident of your powers, you make yourself seem destined to wear a crown.

    Law 35

    Master the Art of Timing

    Never seem to be in a hurry – hurrying betrays a lack of control over yourself, and over time. Always seem patient, as if you know that everything will come to you eventually. Become a detective of the right moment; sniff out the spirit of the times, the trends that will carry you to power. Learn to stand back when the time is not yet ripe, and to strike fiercely when it has reached fruition.

    Law 36

    Disdain Things you cannot have: Ignoring them is the best Revenge

    By acknowledging a petty problem you give it existence and credibility. The more attention you pay an enemy, the stronger you make him; and a small mistake is often made worse and more visible when you try to fix it. It is sometimes best to leave things alone. If there is something you want but cannot have, show contempt for it. The less interest you reveal, the more superior you seem.

    Law 37

    Create Compelling Spectacles

    Striking imagery and grand symbolic gestures create the aura of power – everyone responds to them. Stage spectacles for those around you, then full of arresting visuals and radiant symbols that heighten your presence. Dazzled by appearances, no one will notice what you are really doing.

    Law 38

    Think as you like but Behave like others

    If you make a show of going against the times, flaunting your unconventional ideas and unorthodox ways, people will think that you only want attention and that you look down upon them. They will find a way to punish you for making them feel inferior. It is far safer to blend in and nurture the common touch. Share your originality only with tolerant friends and those who are sure to appreciate your uniqueness.

    Law 39

    Stir up Waters to Catch Fish

    Anger and emotion are strategically counterproductive. You must always stay calm and objective. But if you can make your enemies angry while staying calm yourself, you gain a decided advantage. Put your enemies off-balance: Find the chink in their vanity through which you can rattle them and you hold the strings.

    Law 40

    Despise the Free Lunch

    What is offered for free is dangerous – it usually involves either a trick or a hidden obligation. What has worth is worth paying for. By paying your own way you stay clear of gratitude, guilt, and deceit. It is also often wise to pay the full price – there is no cutting corners with excellence. Be lavish with your money and keep it circulating, for generosity is a sign and a magnet for power.

    Law 41

    Avoid Stepping into a Great Man’s Shoes

    What happens first always appears better and more original than what comes after. If you succeed a great man or have a famous parent, you will have to accomplish double their achievements to outshine them. Do not get lost in their shadow, or stuck in a past not of your own making: Establish your own name and identity by changing course. Slay the overbearing father, disparage his legacy, and gain power by shining in your own way.

    Law 42

    Strike the Shepherd and the Sheep will Scatter

    Trouble can often be traced to a single strong individual – the stirrer, the arrogant underling, the poisoned of goodwill. If you allow such people room to operate, others will succumb to their influence. Do not wait for the troubles they cause to multiply, do not try to negotiate with them – they are irredeemable. Neutralize their influence by isolating or banishing them. Strike at the source of the trouble and the sheep will scatter.

    Law 43

    Work on the Hearts and Minds of Others

    Coercion creates a reaction that will eventually work against you. You must seduce others into wanting to move in your direction. A person you have seduced becomes your loyal pawn. And the way to seduce others is to operate on their individual psychologies and weaknesses. Soften up the resistant by working on their emotions, playing on what they hold dear and what they fear. Ignore the hearts and minds of others and they will grow to hate you.

    Law 44

    Disarm and Infuriate with the Mirror Effect

    The mirror reflects reality, but it is also the perfect tool for deception: When you mirror your enemies, doing exactly as they do, they cannot figure out your strategy. The Mirror Effect mocks and humiliates them, making them overreact. By holding up a mirror to their psyches, you seduce them with the illusion that you share their values; by holding up a mirror to their actions, you teach them a lesson. Few can resist the power of Mirror Effect.

    Law 45

    Preach the Need for Change, but Never Reform too much at Once

    Everyone understands the need for change in the abstract, but on the day-to-day level people are creatures of habit. Too much innovation is traumatic, and will lead to revolt. If you are new to a position of power, or an outsider trying to build a power base, make a show of respecting the old way of doing things. If change is necessary, make it feel like a gentle improvement on the past.

    Law 46

    Never appear too Perfect

    Appearing better than others is always dangerous, but most dangerous of all is to appear to have no faults or weaknesses. Envy creates silent enemies. It is smart to occasionally display defects, and admit to harmless vices, in order to deflect envy and appear more human and approachable. Only gods and the dead can seem perfect with impunity.

    Law 47

    Do not go Past the Mark you Aimed for; In Victory, Learn when to Stop

    The moment of victory is often the moment of greatest peril. In the heat of victory, arrogance and overconfidence can push you past the goal you had aimed for, and by going too far, you make more enemies than you defeat. Do not allow success to go to your head. There is no substitute for strategy and careful planning. Set a goal, and when you reach it, stop.

    Law 48

    Assume Formlessness

    By taking a shape, by having a visible plan, you open yourself to attack. Instead of taking a form for your enemy to grasp, keep yourself adaptable and on the move. Accept the fact that nothing is certain and no law is fixed. The best way to protect yourself is to be as fluid and formless as water; never bet on stability or lasting order. Everything changes.

    The worst politicians are those that are ALSO lawyers. Blair was a wolf (monster) in sheeps clothing a ruthless lying devious bastard of a lawyer who has creamed off vast wealth from his 'ZIONIST' friends after resigning from his reign of terror while Prime Minister of Britain

    Personal wealth: Put at anything between £20 million and £60 million. The top figure was branded “simply ludicrous” by his spokesman, but sources said the bottom figure was a fraction of his real income. It is impossible to establish the true figure as Blair has set up a complex web of companies through which he can channel his earnings without having to declare them all publicly.

    Turnover: Tens of millions. A combined income of £11.7 million in 2008-09 was achieved by the only two Blair companies to file accounts. These pay into Tony Blair Associates, through which the former prime minister undertakes consultancy for foreign governments. Employees: 130

    Staff wages: £10-20 million

    Top staff: £110,000-£120,000 a year paid from his faith foundation's charitable income to its two most senior employees, according to accounts, including chief executive Ruth Turner, Mr Blair's former head of government relations. That is more than the chief executive of Oxfam.

    Property: Five homes worth an estimated £13 million, including three in central London:
    £3.7 million home in Connaught Square. The Blairs bought a £800,000 mews house behind it and knocked the properties through to make one home.

    £1.3 million three-bedroom Grade II-listed Edwardian house in Marylebone bought for £1.3 million in April for eldest son, Euan, 26, using a mortgage.

    £1.13 million mews house in London bought in cash last year for their second son, Nicky, who is a teacher.

    £5.75 million Grade I-listed country house — South Pavilion in Wotton Underwood, Buckinghamshire, previously owned by Sir John Gielgud. Guests say the couple “live like royalty” when visiting the 18th-century manor, with up to 20 staff. Cherie Blair has spent more than £250,000 on Georgian and Regency furniture.

    £300,000 flat in Bristol. One of the two apartments, Mrs Blair bought in 2002 for Euan while he was at university with the help of Australian conman Peter Foster. She sold one two years ago.

    Other sources of income:

    £4.6 million advance for his memoirs, A Journey, out next month.

    £2.5 million for consultancies with JP Morgan and Zurich Financial Services.

    An estimated £1 million from Kuwaiti royals for producing a report on the future of the oil-rich state.

    Unknown payment for deal with UI Energy Corporation, a South Korean oil firm, that had interests in Iraq.

    £63,468 parliamentary pension he already receives
    Taxpayer-funded office allowance of £84,000 per year.

    Up to £200,000 for speeches.

    silent state Revealing that the recent MPs’ expenses scandal is merely the tip of the iceberg, Heather Brooke exposes the shocking and often farcical lack of transparency at all levels of government.

    At a time when the State knows more than ever about us, Brooke argues that without proper access to the information that citizens pay for, Britain can never be a true democracy. Secrecy: anonymous bureaucrats, clandestine courts, men in tights and the true cost of ‘public’ information.

    Propaganda: spin, PR and bullshitting by numbers. The British government spent GBP38m more on advertising last year than their closest competitor, Proctor and Gamble – find out what they spent it on! Surveillance: discover the extent of Britain’s network of databases spying on ordinary citizens.

    Expenses: read, for the first time, the exclusive and definitive account of Brooke’s five-year campaign to have MPs’ expenses revealed, which rocked the nation and transformed Britain’s political landscape.

  • The Silent State: Secrets, Surveillance and the Myth of British Democracy
    tory toffs There is NOTHING worse than watching 'inherited wealth' public schoolboy twatties lecturing us all on how things are going to get tough and that there is NO MONEY in the government kitty.

    There is also nothing worse than these evil barstewards constantly deriding the poorest sections of society as feckless and NOT WORTHY, alongside their CHUMS from the extreme right wing gutter press that condone these crooked scumbags who, during the MP's expenses scandal, were doing more of the "fingers in the till" than any other section of society. In terms of HATE crimes, the tories have been expert at generating their venomous HATE at the poorest and most vulnerable sections of society while they are busy protecting their own inherited wealth and their banking buddies. Bankers who are the real FECKLESS and who caused the banking crisis providing the backdrop for these vermin to attack the working classes and particularly those most reliant on the crumbs from the plate of the government coffers , now resided over by the most EVIL form of human life . If HUMAN was a word that could describe the lowest form of life that crawls around at the bottom of the scum sucking food chain.

    This is the last chance salon for the old , no young Etonians , who are brainwashed at Eton just a stones throw from the British Royals at Windsor to control and destroy the country on behalf of the biggest despots on the planet. Cameron one of their hand picked projects who has the 'RIGHT' credentials to ensure the class system becomes ever wider , just as NEW Labour were doing under Blair and Brown. The political classes have only one agenda, to protect the queen and her hierarchy above all else, and everything else is of little importance. Hence the hundreds of years the UK is supposedly run on a democratic system that will FOREVER provide the excuses and propaganda to keep us LESSER mortals in our place.


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    blair war criminal

    Having helped destroy other nations far away, our former prime minister — “peace envoy” to the Middle East — is now free to profit from the useful contacts he made while working as a “servant of the people”.

    Tony Blair must be prosecuted, not indulged like Peter Mandelson. Both have produced self-serving memoirs for which they have been paid fortunes; Blair's, which has earned him a £4.6m advance, will appear next month. Now consider the Proceeds of Crime Act. Blair conspired in and executed an unprovoked war of aggression against a defenceless country, of a kind the Nuremberg judges in 1946 described as the "paramount war crime". This has caused, according to scholarly studies, the deaths of more than a million people, a figure that exceeds the Fordham University estimate of deaths in the Rwandan genocide. In addition, four million Iraqis have been forced to flee their homes and a majority of children have descended into malnutrition and trauma. Cancer rates near the cities of Fallujah, Najaf and Basra (the latter "liberated" by the British) are now higher than those at Hiroshima. "UK forces used about 1.9 metric tonnes of depleted uranium ammunition in the Iraq war in 2003," the Defence Secretary, Liam Fox, told parliament on 22 July. A range of toxic "anti-personnel" weapons, such as cluster bombs, was employed by British and US forces.

    Such carnage was justified with lies that have been exposed repeatedly. On 29 January 2003, Blair told parliament: "We do know of links between al-Qaeda and Iraq . . ." Last month, the former head of MI5 Eliza Manningham-Buller told the Chilcot inquiry: "There is no credible intelligence to suggest that connection . . . [it was the invasion] that gave Osama Bin Laden his Iraqi jihad." Asked to what extent the invasion exacerbated the threat to Britain from terrorism, she replied: "Substantially." The bombings in London on 7 July 2005 were a direct consequence of Blair's actions.

    Voracious greed

    Documents released by the high court show that British citizens were allowed to be abducted and tortured under Blair. In January 2002, Jack Straw, then foreign secretary, decided that Guantanamo was the "best way" to ensure that UK nationals were "securely held". Instead of remorse, Blair has demonstrated a voracious and secretive greed. Since stepping down as prime minister in 2007, he has accumulated an estimated £20m, much of it as a result of the ties he developed with the Bush administration. The Advisory Committee on Business Appointments, which vets jobs taken by former ministers, was pressured not to make public Blair's "consultancy" deals with the Kuwaiti royal family and the South Korean oil giant UI Energy Corporation. He gets an estimated £2m a year for "advising" the investment bank JPMorgan and undisclosed sums from other financial services companies. He makes millions from speeches, including reportedly £200,000 for one speech in China. In his unpaid but expenses-rich role as "peace envoy" in the Middle East, Blair is, in effect, a voice of Israel, which has awarded him a $1m "peace prize". In other words, his wealth has grown rapidly since he launched, with George W Bush, the bloodbath in Iraq.

    His collaborators are numerous. The cabinet in March 2003 knew a great deal about the conspiracy to attack Iraq. Straw, later appointed "justice secretary", suppressed the relevant cabinet minutes in defiance of an order by the Information Commissioner to release them. Most of those now running for the Labour Party leadership supported Blair's epic crime, rising as one to salute his final appearance in the Commons. As foreign secretary, David Miliband sought to cover up Britain's complicity in torture. He promoted Iran as the next "threat". Journalists who once fawned on Blair as "mystical" and amplified his vainglorious bids now pretend they were his critics all along. As for the media's gulling of the public, only the Observer's David Rose has apologised. The WikiLeaks exposés, released with a moral objective of truth with justice, have been bracing for a public force-fed on complicit, lobby journalism. Verbose celebrity historians such as Niall Ferguson, who rejoiced in Blair's rejuvenation of "enlightened" imperialism, remain silent about the "moral truancy", as Pankaj Mishra wrote, "of [those] paid to intelligently interpret the contemporary world".

    The fugitive

    Is it wishful thinking that Blair will be collared? Just as the Cameron government understands the "threat" of a law that makes Britain a risky stopover for Israeli war criminals, Blair faces a similar risk in a number of countries and jurisdictions, at least of being apprehended and questioned. He is now Britain's Kissinger, who plans his travel outside the US with the care of a fugitive. Two recent events add weight to this. On 15 June, the International Criminal Court made the landmark decision to add aggression to its list of war crimes that can be prosecuted. It defines this as a "crime committed by a political or military leader which by its character, gravity and scale constituted a manifest violation of the [United Nations] Charter". International lawyers described this as a "giant leap". Britain is a signatory to the Rome statute that created the court and is bound by its decisions.

    On 21 July, Nick Clegg, standing at the Commons despatch box, declared the invasion of Iraq illegal. For all the later "clarification" that he was speaking personally, the Deputy Prime Minister had made "a statement that the international court would be interested in", said Philippe Sands, professor of international law at University College London. Blair came from Britain's upper middle classes which, having rejoiced in his unctuous ascendancy, might now reflect on the principles of right and wrong they require of their own children. The suffering of the children of Iraq will remain a spectre haunting Britain while Blair remains free to profit

    george osbourne

    Lets go back a few years , NO more than a few years to a time when men interacted in a way that allowed the free flow of effort without interference by anyone or anything else.

    Then lets see how a small group of control freaks decide that they saw a means of making money without any effort. Lets call them the political class and they formed what would now be a GOVERNMENT. So along with their legal buddies they come up with a MASTER plan.

    A joiner does work for his plumber mate and vise versa. Now the efforts of two men to help each other has some value. So this GOVERNMENT decides it isn't enough to help someone else for helping you, both men must start charging each other using coinage or printed paper created by the GOVERNMENTS banking buddies. So the joiner gives £50 to his plumber mate and the plumber gives the £50 back to the joiner. So the government then decides it isn't enough to just pay paper money , but that a book has to be kept showing all the jobs the plumber does and also the joiner. So now its not enough to trust another tradesmen to do work for you as you had done for them. This government demands to know for who you have done that work. Then after a period of time these accounts show a passing of effort among a large group of tradesmen. The king or queen who heads this GOVERNMENT sets up a taxman to thieve a percentage of the moneys (or effort) flowing between different classes of workmen. The government ensure the legislation is in place to do so. The lawyers and judges enforce that law . The taxman collects the moneys.

    Here we now have a large group of leeches making huge moneys from tradesmen's efforts. They do not have to physically do anything other than to have in place the political and legal goons to ensure the queen can collect vast sums from the peasants enslaved by being forced to pay moneys to prop up the infrastructure that is now in place to keep this mob in the lifestyle they think they deserve.

    It is now time for all men to stand up against these utter dregs of the earth who have manufactured artificial ways of relieving men of their hard earned money. That would also include the additional burdens of seeing those same political and legal goons ensuring that when these same men separate from their wives that more laws are created to relieve men of all their worldly possessions under the guise of family law and multiple tiers of henchmen for the queen and crown to collect billions from men who suddenly find out about the powers of the masonic judges who at a stroke can remove men's assets, homes and children. These masonic goons kind of LAW and its enforcement are and always will be a tool for the self appointed elite to keep us all in our place unless we force change and remove the lackeys charged with collecting the feudal taxes for the queen and her entourage of masonic hangers on.


  • While the British media, masonic cops and corrupt politicians have been smearing Raoul Moat clear evidence has emerged of him seeking medical help and his long term battles with social services and family courts in relation to his children. He ,like many fathers in the UK has been driven insane to the point were he murdered using a gun , there are many fathers know the extent to which the British police state terrorizes fathers to the extreme. The British Prime Minister David Cameron made the most callous remarks about a man who sought help but was refused, the repercussions now enormous for the children who no longer have a dad.

    This episode only highlights even more the ruthlessness of a British state that continues to drive fathers to insanity thanks to the judiciary , lawyers , social services and cops providing the extreme psychological pressure that leads many men to self destruct. THIS IS EVIL AT THE EXTREME AND MASONS ARE BEHIND THIS FAMILY COURT MONSTER.

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    KEN  LIVINGSTONE Ken Livingstone former mayor of London and a supposed left winger of the Labour party with his MASONIC tie. He is another TROLL infiltrated into the working class movement like Brown and Blair to try and bluff us into believing he is there for the people. As was proved when he was mayor he was only interested in lining his own and his henchmen's pockets at the enormous cost to the ordinary Londoner.

    Same-sex civil partnerships
    In 2001, Livingstone set up Britain's first register for same-sex couples; while falling short of legal marriage rights, the register was seen as a homosexual "step towards" such rights. Legal status was later passed by the government through the Civil Partnership Act 2004

    Cronyism and corruption allegations
    In March 2002, while still independent, Livingstone was accused of "cronyism" by some Labour party members in the London Assembly after he had appointed six officials as special advisers at a salary level which seemed to them excessive, and a manoeuvre to help his chances of being re-elected.

    Union boss is 'up for fight' as demands 'generalised' action

    Call to arms: RMT union leader Bob Crow wants all trade unions to work together and strike to prevent cuts

    Rail union boss Bob Crow yesterday called for 'a sustained campaign of generalised strikes' to fight the Government's 'fiscal fascism'. Furious about the cuts announced in last week's Budget, he declared: 'Clegg and Cameron started this fight with the working class and we are up for it.' He called on other trades unions to join the movement, which threatens to unleash a summer wave of militancy which would bring the country to a standstill. Fellow union leaders immediately signalled their support.

    The Government argues its cuts programme is vital to protect Britain's economic credibility. But Mr Crow, whose Rail Maritime and Transport union has the power to bring Britain's transport network to a halt, said it was 'a savage assault on jobs, living standards and public services'. He added: 'This ConDem administration has thrown down the biggest challenge to the trade union movement since Margaret Thatcher took on the National Union of Mineworkers. 'We say, "Don't fear them. Fight them". Our trade union has a slogan, "Never on our knees". 'We want those words to ring out on the Millionaires' Row of Clegg and Cameron.'

    Warning that there was 'no time to lose', he issued a 'call to arms' for all unions to join in 'the biggest show of united resistance since the success of the anti-poll tax movement'. To maximise the impact, he wants to spread the net beyond the union movement, urging campaign groups, pensioner organisations and community groups to take part. 'Waving banners and placards will not be enough', he said. 'It will take direct action to stop the Cameron and Clegg cuts machine. 'We cannot sit back and wait while a generation is consigned to the scrap heap as part of the price we are told to pay to clear up the mess left behind by the zombie capitalists who dragged the UK economy over the cliff.

    'If we're talking about an extra million people in the dole queue, and the knock-on effect that will have on the rest of the industry, I believe myself that hundreds of thousands of workers will take to the streets.' Last night RMT sources said they were prepared to do 'whatever it takes without resorting to violence'. This could include blocking motorways, a tactic used successfully during the petrol price protests. Mark Serwotka, general secretary of the Public and Commercial Services Union, said the cuts would be fought with all the union's power.

    'We agree that, if the Government continues to blame low-paid workers and vulnerable people in our communities for the economic crisis, that we will need to defend ourselves,' he said. 'Under these circumstances, strikes are inevitable and should be coordinated by the TUC. 'We will work with the RMT and others to organise local and national opposition to these cuts that are being driven by ideology, not necessity.' Unison, which has 1.4million members, has also joined the battle, after recently warning that the Government 'won't know what hit them'.

    General secretary Dave Prentis said his members were 'angry.' At his conference earlier this month, he talked of 'stepping up the campaign against cuts', which will include 'building alliances nationally and internationally'. He said: 'Unison will work with the TUC, with unions in Europe and elsewhere across the world, to bring millions of people together to fight for a fairer future.' It comes as a key member of the Bank of England's interest-rate-setting committee said Britain could be plunged back into recession. Top economist Adam Posen said the economy was 'potentially switching between two states - a recovery... and the renewal of a severe recession, if not outright deflation'.

    Britain's leading business lobby group, the CBI, said legislation governing strike ballots should be overhauled to outlaw industrial action going ahead on a 'relatively small turnout' of union members. John Cridland, deputy director general of the CBI, said: 'Strikes cause misery. They prevent ordinary people going about their daily lives, whether it's getting to work or getting the kids to school. 'Strikes also cost the economy dearly and undermine our efforts to help rebuild the economy.'

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    born to rule The 'Bullingdon Club' with Cameron at No.2

    The rich public schoolboy twatties are all in high positions of politics, finance, law, banking and big business. They are not in these positions by hard work, talent or endeavour, no they are there because they were born to the ruling family elites who have always been in the highest positions of power. Key positions within the UK via masonic control, power and their satanic selection process.

    1. Sebastian Grigg, 41

    • Son of Anthony Ulrick David Dundas Grigg, 3rd Baron Altrincham, and Eliane de Cassagne de Beaufort.
    • Educated at Eton and Oriel College, Oxford, where he studied modern history. Studied for an MBA at the Insead business school in France and joined Lazards investment bank before joining Goldman Sachs.
    • Married Rachel Kelly, a journalist, in 1993 and they have five children.

    2. David Cameron, 40

    • Educated at Eton and Brasenose College Oxford, where he gained a first in Politics, Philosophy and Economics.
    • Worked at the Conservative Research Department and at the Treasury and Home Office before spending seven years as Head of Corporate Communications at Carlton Television.
    • He was elected as Conservative MP for Witney in Oxfordshire in 2001 and became party leader in 2005.
    • Married Samantha in 1996 and they live in Notting Hill, West London with their three children.

    3. Ralph Perry-Robinson, 40

    • Educated at Bryanston in Dorset and Oriel College, Oxford.
    • He had a role as a teenager in the film Another Country.
    • At Oxford he was renowned, not just for the strange sunglasses, but also for slashing the cork from a champagne bottle with a sword and running around a quad dressed as a monk.
    • He is an architect and furniture designer and lives in Wiltshire.
    • Married Amanda in 1999 and they have two daughters.

    4. Ewen Fergusson, 41

    • Son of Scottish rugby player and diplomat Sir Ewen Fergusson.
    • Educated at Rugby and Oriel College, Oxford, where he studied modern history.
    • Is said to have been responsible for throwing a plant pot through a restaurant window the night after this photograph was taken.
    • He is a partner in the banking and finance division of the City law firm Herbert Smith.
    • Lives in Kensington, west London.

    5. Matthew Benson, 40

    • Grandson of the Earl of Wemyss and March.
    • Educated at Eton and Oriel College, Oxford, where he studied modern history.
    • Spent three years in international finance with Morgan Stanley and later established a consultancy business. Now works for Scottish property agents Rettie & Co.
    • He lives in central Edinburgh with his wife Lulu, and they have three children aged six, eight and 15.

    6. Sebastian James, 40

    • Son of Lord Northbourne, a Kentish landowner.
    • Educated at Eton School and Magdalen College, Oxford
    • He is described by friends as an "entrepreneur" who was involved in running a chain of DVD shops called Silverscreen.
    • Lives with his wife, Anna in Notting Hill, west London, and Deal, Kent, and they have two daughters.

    7. Jonathan Ford, 41

    • Bullingdon club president.
    • Educated at Westminster and Magdalen College, Oxford where he studied modern history.
    • Worked for investment bank Morgan Grenfell before joining the Evening Standard as a financial reporter and then moving to the Financial Times.
    • He is a co-founder and deputy editor of the financial website breakingviews.com.
    • Married journalist Susannah Herbert in 1999 and they live in Holland Park, west London.

    8. Boris Johnson, 42

    • Educated at Eton and Balliol College, Oxford where he studied classics and became President of the Union.
    • Went on to become a journalist and editor of the Spectator.
    • Was elected Conservative MP for Henley in 2001 and is shadow minister for higher education.
    • Marriage to Allegra Mostyn-Owen in 1987 lasted less than a year. He later married Marina Wheeler, a barrister, in 1993, and they have four children.

    9. Harry Eastwood, 39

    • Educated at Eton and Oxford.
    • Worked for Storehouse before setting up Filmbox which aimed to rent videos through vending machines. In 2001 he joined Will Macdonald, an old Oxford friend, to set up TV production company Monkey Kingdom. He is also director of a film production company with Lord Wahid Alli and Rupert Murdoch's daughter, Elisabeth.
    • Married Gillian in 1998 and they live in Holland Park, west London.

    10. Marc Rowlands, 39

    • Educated at Marlborough and Magdalen College Oxford.
    • Works as a barrister in London specialising in construction and engineering.
    • Married Amanda, a former solicitor, in 1995 and they have four children aged between nine and five.
    • Lives in Bath, Somerset and West London.
    • Was spotted lunching with golfer Colin Montgomerie's wife before her divorce, although the two denied having an affair.

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    zionist david cameron UK Conservative leader talks tough on Hamas, blasts boycott campaigns.

    "I am a Zionist," Conservative Party leader David Cameron told an audience of party supporters of Israel in London on Tuesday. "If what you mean by Zionist, is someone who believes that the Jews have a right to a homeland in Israel and a right to their country then, yes, I am a Zionist and I'm proud of the fact that Conservative politicians down the ages have played a huge role in helping to bring this about," Cameron declared. The Conservative leader was guest of honor at the Conservative Friends of Israel annual business lunch, which was attended by some 500 people - including half the parliamentary party, 30 Conservative parliamentary candidates, former leaders, lords and Israel's ambassador.

    British Jews launch campaign to fight academic boycott Cameron spoke with Daniel Finkelstein, columnist and comment editor of The Times, and gave an insight to what his premiership might look like regarding Israel. The Conservative Party has led the polls in the UK for the last 18 months. Cameron took a firm stance on Hamas, saying that the state of Israel "has a totally legitimate right to exist and defend itself." Cameron emphasized the importance of Hamas complying with the Quartet's demands before they receive any Western money or support.

    "[Hamas must] recognize the state of Israel... put an end to violence and accept previous agreements," he stressed. Finkelstein asked Cameron if he were "good for the Jews," to which Cameron replied: "I hope I can say I'm not just a good friend of Israel but I am, as you put it, good for Jews." Cameron said his political philosophy - which was about trusting and believing in families, voluntary enterprise, and the charitable sector - was exemplified by British Jews. In addition, the Conservative leader also said he believed there was something "in the DNA" of Conservatives that was "profoundly impressed" by what Israel has achieved.

    Cameron said he understood the need to build a security fence, but that he was worried it would "make a two-state solution more difficult." He said he realized that this was not necessarily a popular observation, but that being a "true friend to Israel... [meant] being a candid friend and saying when you think that mistakes are being made." Nevertheless, Cameron said, a deal should only happen if it meant that Israel would really gain peace within its borders and real guarantees about its future. Finkelstein acknowledged that Prime Minister Tony Blair has been a genuine friend to Israel and asked Cameron if he saw things similarly to Blair.

    "Where Tony Blair is right is that he sees with absolute clarity... that Israel is a democracy and that Israel is a country that has a right to its own legitimate self-defense," Cameron replied. "Where I slightly part company with [Blair] is that while I think a two-state solution is vital... I think sometimes politicians can be a bit naive in believing that if only we solved the problem of Israel and Palestine then roadside bombs will stop going off in Iraq," he added to huge applause. A two-state solution would not solve all the problems between militant Islam and the West, Cameron emphasized. Asked about recent campaigns to boycott and delegitimize Israel, Cameron said there was no justification for a boycott.

    "Israel is a democratic country and these Trotskyists [a reference to the radical Left, who forefront the boycott campaign] are treating Israel as some sort of pariah state," Cameron said. "[They] may be a bunch of lunatics, but what they are doing is profoundly wrong and profoundly damaging," he added. Cameron also thought that attacks on Israel could spill over into anti-Semitism. "I think our mayor [Ken Livingstone] in this great city of London... is guilty of that," he said.

    margaret hodge An investigation carried out by Radio4 Today Programme found that a paedophile at the centre of the Islington child abuse scandal went on to abuse children across three continents.

    Had allegations against Bernie Bain, the former head of a children's home, been properly investigated in the 1980s countless children would have been spared. Margaret Hodge was leader of Islington Council at the time. When she was alerted to the investigation she complained to the Chairman of the BBC. In the letter below she attacks the former victim as an ‘extremely disturbed person’. He is in fact currently employed as a consultant to a Government Department. Mrs Hodge also accused the Today programme of being unfair in its investigation. She says she was not informed about the case until after she left the council.

    Angus Stickler spoke to the victim of abuse concerned, Demetrious Panton. Listen to Angus Stickler's report, plus the statement from Margaret Hodge MP (11/11/03). Some parts of what he has to say you may find disturbing. LISTEN Margaret Hodge maintains she knew nothing of this case until after she left Islington, and that may well be the case - she was the leader of a council in chaos. In her defence she said her officers misled her over a number of different allegations. She left Islington Council in 1992. In 1994 she was elected as MP for Barking. Her career since then has flourished. In 1996 Demetrious wrote to her directly, hoping for answers. “And what did she do - I wrote a six page letter. She wrote a four line response saying to me that she would refer me to Islington Council,” Demetrious told me. “And I hear her saying that she has spent since 1992 listening to young people who were abused. I find that an amazing statement. We could have actually had Bernie Bain arrested.”

    Margaret Hodge described the BBC investigation as deplorable sensationalism. The BBC however believe it to be a matter of public interest. Whether she was personally informed about this case is beside the point. She was leader of a council that was in chaos, it failed to investigate allegations of child abuse, including those of Demetrious Panton. But rather than commending him for his efforts our minister for children writes him off as an extremely disturbed person. A view not shared by Detective Superintendent John Sweeney. Michael Foster MPMichael Foster MP - He was appointed a Parliamentary Private Secretary to Margaret Hodge after the 2001 election.

    Margaret Hodge's parliamentary private secretary Michael Foster says she should stay in her job, after labelling Islington child abuse victim (Demetrious Panton) "extremely disturbed". Plus Allan Levy QC and Mike Taylor, formerly of the NSPCC (14/11/03). LISTEN HERE

    Demetrious Panton left care to gain a degree in philosophy. He is currently completing an MBA, and is employed as a consultant advising on the Government's New Deal for Communities. His client list is impressive and includes, amongst others, the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister

    Statement to BBC chairman Gavyn Davies from Margaret Hodge

    "Everybody would agree that Mr Panton’s experiences in the 1970’s were dreadful and it is a tribute to him that he continued to pursue his case until the mid 1990’s when the police finally agreed to look into the details. I was the political leader of the council between 1982 and 1992 and whilst I did not have day to day contact with social services, I have on many occasions, including on the Today Programme, expressed deep regret for those children who were abused in Islington homes over many decades. Since becoming children’s Minister in June, Angus Stickler and the Today Programme have been constantly telephoning friends and colleagues to dig up details of events which happened between 10 and 20 years ago. The Today programme have failed to interview any of these people who give a contemporary account of events, they have tried and failed to substantiate my involvement in this case when I was leader.

    I felt this was becoming a concerted campaign against me, which is why I wrote a letter, I did not publish, to the BBC in September. I am taken aback that the Today programme has chosen to make a letter which was not for publication, public. I have decided not to appear on the Today Programme today as there is nothing new to say and nothing more that I can add. I am getting on with the important job I have been given, to create a better future for all our children and I have been encouraged by the support and commitment of the professionals with whom I work." To provide integrated leadership and responsibility for children's services and family policy across Whitehall, in June 2003 then Prime Minister Tony Blair appointed Margaret Hodge as the first Minister of State for Children in the Department for Education and Skills. Aware of the furore over this appointment, Tony Blair was forced to keep his new Minister for Children well away from the launch of his policy designed to protect children from debacles such as the killing of Victoria Climbié. Yet despite having to go to such embarrassing lengths, he made feeble excuses on her behalf but still kept her in office. WHY?

    Lets look at Margaret Hodges husband Sir Hendry Hodge?


    Daily Express By John Chapman
    Wednesday October 31,2007

    A JUDGE yesterday vetoed the deportation of a serial sex attacker because it would breach his human right to a family life. The decision by immigration judge Sir Henry Hodge caused a storm of protest last night – led by the victim of one attack. He admitted indecently assaulting 11 women in the past five years and has committed a string of other offences including robbery, burglary, arson and drugs. But Sir Henry – husband of Labour minister Margaret Hodge – ruled that Kendeh should be allowed to stay because he came to the UK at the age of six and has almost no family left in West Africa. To support his decision, he cited article eight of the Human Rights Act, which gives a person the right to a family life.

    david laws David Laws, the man in charge of slashing public spending, was under pressure to resign this afternoon after it was revealed that he funnelled £40,000 of taxpayers' money to his secret gay lover.

    The Liberal Democrat Chief Secretary to the Treasury is facing a sleaze inquiry after he claimed up to £950 a month in expenses for five years which was paid in rent to his partner. Mr Laws was last night confronted with evidence that he could have breached Parliamentary rules on expenses, which ban MPs from renting from spouses or lovers. He issued an apology and announced he would 'immediately' pay back tens of thousands of pounds claimed for rent and other housing costs. The revelations are a setback for the coalition since Mr Laws's casual use of public money will undermine the Government's case for painful cuts to public spending.

    Downing Street released a terse statement last night which said: 'The Prime Minister has been made aware of this situation and agrees with David Laws's decision to self-refer to the Parliamentary Standards Commissioner.' Mr Laws is a multi-millionaire former investment banker who earned a double first in economics at Cambridge. He retired from the City at the age of 28. Facing the expenses revelations in the Daily Telegraph, he chose to reveal that his partner is James Lundie, a lobbyist who used to work for former Lib Dem leader Charles Kennedy. Mr Laws escaped censure by the numerous Parliamentary inquiries into expenses because he had never admitted his homosexuality, meaning officials had no way of knowing his landlord was also his lover.

    He has now referred himself to Parliamentary Standards Commissioner John Lyon, who will investigate whether he broke rules which, since 2006, ban MPs from 'leasing accommodation from a partner'. But between 2004 and 2007, Mr Laws claimed between £700 and £950 a month to sub-let a room in a flat in Kennington, South London, owned by Mr Lundie, who was also registered as living at the property. He sold the flat for a profit of £193,000 in 2007 and bought another house nearby for £510,000. The MP then began renting the 'second bedroom' in this property, funding it with expenses claims of £920 a month. Mr Laws's main home is in his Yeovil constituency.

    In September 2009, Mr Laws switched his designated second home and began renting another flat at taxpayers' expense. In a statement last night he claimed his desire not to reveal his sexuality had led to the unorthodox claims. He said: 'I've been involved in a relationship with James Lundie since around 2001 - about two years after first moving in with him. Our relationship has been unknown to both family and friends throughout that time. 'James and I are intensely private people. We made the decision to keep our relationship private and believed that was our right. Clearly that cannot now remain the case.

    'My motivation throughout has not been to maximise profit but to simply protect our privacy and my wish not to reveal my sexuality.' Mr Laws's excuse for claiming so much public money was that he and Mr Lundie were not 'spouses'. He insisted: 'At no point did I consider myself to be in breach of the rules, which in 2009 defined partner as "one of a couple... who, although not married to each other or civil partners, are living together and treat each other as spouses". Mr Laws' position will not be made any easier by the righteous tone he has previously struck on the issue of expenses

    Although we were living together we did not treat each other as spouses - for example, we do not share bank accounts and indeed have separate social lives. 'However, I now accept that this was open to interpretation and will immediately pay back the costs of the rent and other housing costs.' He added: 'I regret this situation deeply, accept that I should not have claimed my expenses in this way and apologise fully.' He is likely to have to pay back more than £25,000.

    Mr Laws' position will not be made any easier by the righteous tone he has previously struck on the issue of expenses. In a press release on his website from June 18 last year, the Lib Dem declared that because he rented accommodation in London he had made 'no gain from buying a property with help from the taxpayer'. It now appears, however, that his partner did make substantial capital gains on properties that the taxpayer helped fund. Mr Cameron has previously made a point of taking a hard line on expenses abuses among his own ranks, while Lib Dem leader and deputy prime minister Nick Clegg has boasted that his party emerged unscathed from the scandal.

    The episode will also be the first test of how Mr Cameron and Mr Clegg co-operate over man management. Under the coalition protocol that has been hammered out, Mr Clegg must be 'fully consulted' before any Lib Dem minister is removed from a government post. Sir Alistair Graham, former chairman of the Committee on Standards in Public Life, said that it was 'staggering' that the information had only just come to light now. 'I'm a genuinely shocked that somebody who is now Chief Secretary to the Treasury is faced with disclosure of this nature where he clearly hasn't told the full truth to the people dealing with expenses in the House of Commons,' he told the BBC.

    'Given all the expenses farrago that has gone on over the past two or three years the fact that it has come to light now when he is a key part of a coalition government is staggering really. 'How did this not come in the inquiry? Or why, knowing that these matters were spotlight, he didn't come forth himself. 'Even if he was trying to protect his relationship, which would appear has ended, that he didn't want to come out and say, 'There may be some question marks over expenses I have claimed and I would like to clarify the situation before we go into a general election'.'

    Speaking to The Times after news of the row broke, Mr Laws said: 'When I grew up, being gay was not accepted by most people, including many of my friends. 'So I have kept this secret from everyone I know for every day of my life. That has not been easy, and in some ways it is a relief not to have to go on misleading those close to me about who I am.' On Thursday, the newspaper asked him what his family situation was and he replied: 'single'. Asked whether he had a partner he said: 'No'. Last night he said that he wished he had been more open. 'I realise that I have made a serious mistake, because of my failure to be honest about my sexuality. Today has been the most difficult day of my life and I apologise to James, and to all my family, friends and constituents who I have not been honest with about who I am over all the years of my life.'

    He went on: 'I hope that others will now learn that it is time for people to be honest about their sexuality. Keeping secrets is much tougher than telling other people who you really are.' Admitting that his actions would seem 'very strange for many people today' Mr Laws said that this partner, James Lundie, was the only person he had ever had a relationship with. 'Only one person was aware of who I really am - James. I hope that people will understand that fear of loss of privacy rather than desire for financial gain has been behind the problems I now have.' Labour MP Alan Whitehead, a member of the Commons Standards and Privileges Committee in the last parliament, said Mr Laws' position would be 'very difficult' if he was found to have committed 'serious breaches' of the rules.

    'Clearly if the commissioner decides that serious breaches of the rules have taken place, serious misjudgments have been made about his position, then I think his position will be very difficult,' Mr Whitehead told BBC Radio 4's Today programme. 'Certainly on the facts and the way the previous rules operated it is quite clear that David Laws seems to have broken those rules. 'The question I think behind it is the judgment call that he made, and indeed a lot of MPs made judgment calls about the previous rules - some of them disastrously bad. 'That I guess will be the centrepiece of what the commissioner for standards looks at. To decide whether the judgment call that was made by David Laws was indeed one that at least to some extent mitigated what he has done as far as his expenses are concerned.'

    Mr Whitehead pointed out that the police were able to step in and start an investigation if the matter was considered serious enough. Foreign minister Jeremy Browne, a friend and Lib Dem colleague of Mr Laws, told Today: 'I've known David for about 15 years and I can tell you categorically that this is a human story, it's not a financial story. 'He is a deeply private man and he has a personal wish not to have his life put up in lights. 'I think it should be possible to be in politics and serve your country and still maintain a private life at the same time.'

    He stressed that Mr Laws had given up a lucrative City career to go into politics, and could have claimed far more in expenses if he had stated openly that he was part of a couple. The term 'partner' in Commons expenses rules was 'ill defined' and 'not black and white', according to Mr Browne, and the Standards Commissioner would examine that situation. However, put that Mr Laws and Mr Lundie appeared to have been together since 2001, the MP replied: 'I never said it was a casual relationship.' Mr Browne described Mr Laws as 'brilliant' and accused the media of damaging the national interest by 'prying' into his private life.

    'We are in a state of national crisis at the moment,' he said. 'We have somebody, one of the most talented, brilliant politicians of his generation in the Treasury trying to get our national finances back on their feet. 'If we have a national death wish where we want to pull people down and destroy them personally when they have devoted their life to public service, we are in a state of collective self harm.' He added: 'This is a massive distraction, motivated possibly by politics, to tear David down.' Mr Laws had set an 'example of frugality' by claiming less in expenses than he was entitled to over the years, the Taunton MP insisted.


    Born in Surrey in 1965, he was educated at the Roman Catholic fee-paying school St George's College in Weybridge.

    After graduating from Cambridge with a double first in economics David Laws swooped into the city and a successful career as an investment banker. He worked in fixed income first for JP Morgan and then Barclays de Zoete Wedd. He left in 1994 to become economic adviser to the Liberal Democrats and just three year later was the party's director of policy and research. It was his second attempt at Parliament in 2001 that saw him succeed Paddy Ashdown as MP for Yeovil, winning with a majority of 3928.

    Laws was re-elected in Yeovil constituency with an increased majority of 8562 at the General Election in 2005 - the highest share of the vote of any MP in Somerset, Dorset, Devon and Cornwall. Following his re-election Laws was appointed as Shadow Secretary of State for Work and Pensions in 2005, putting pressure on the then Government to overhaul the tax credit system and reform the CSA. A Cabinet re-shuffle in 2007, after Gordon Brown took up the job as Prime Minister, saw Sir Menzies Campbell make Laws the Shadow Secretary for Children, Schools and Families.

    Laws was part of the team that negotiated the coalition deal between the Lib Dems and the Tories and the hard work paid off. He was one of only five Lib Dems to get a Cabinet position and is now Chief Secretary to the Treasury.

    by Brian Akira abridged from his Blog

    (Editor's Note: British Prime Minister David Cameron is the scion of the Judeo Masonic satanic cult (the Illuminati) that secretly rules England and most of the world. He exemplifies the Illuminati custom of mixed marriages between Masonic Jews and prominent Gentile Freemasons. During the election campaign, he said he would "empower" UK Jews. )

    David Cameron's forebears have a long history in financial racketeering. His great-great grandfather, Emile Levita, a German Jew, was related to the German-Jewish Goldsmid banking family, and obtained British citizenship in 1871. He was the director of the Chartered Bank of India, Australia and China. The Chartered Bank of India, Australia and China was founded in London in 1851 following the grant of a Royal Charter from Queen Victoria. It opened its first branches in 1858 in Calcutta and Bombay and then Shanghai. The Shanghai branch of Chartered bank began operation in August 1858. Initially, the bank's business was in large volume discounting and re-discounting of opium and cotton bills. Although opium cultivation gradually increased in China, opium imports still increased by more than 50% between 1863 and 1888. Transactions in the opium trade generated substantial profits for the Chartered Bank and the Jews and Freemasons who controlled it.

    Later, the Chartered Bank also became one of the principal foreign banknote-issuing institutions in Shanghai. In 1862, the bank was authorized to issue bank notes in Hong Kong, a privilege it continues to exercise to this day. Over the following decades, it printed bank notes in China and Malaya. With the Rothschilds' opening of the Suez Canal in 1869 (Jewish Prime Minister Benjamin Disraeli was accused of undermining Britain's constitutional system, due to his lack of consent from Parliament when purchasing the shares with funding from the Rothschild Jews), Chartered was well placed to expand and develop its dope-running and other rackets. Besides usury, the bank also dealt in cotton from Bombay, indigo and tea from Calcutta, rice from Burma, sugar from Java, tobacco from Sumatra, hemp from Manila and silk from Yokohama. In 1912, Chartered Bank became the first foreign bank to receive a license to operate in New York.

    In 1927, the bank acquired 75% of the P&O Bank, which had offices in Colombo, Shanghai, Hong Kong, Singapore, and Canton. P&O Bank also owned Allahabad Bank. In 1957, the Chartered Bank acquired the Eastern Bank, giving it a network of branches in Aden, Bahrain, Beirut, Lebanon, Qatar and the UAE. It also bought the Ionian Bank's Cyprus Branches. Chartered Bank merged with the Standard Bank of South Africa in 1969, and the combined bank became the Standard Chartered Bank. It's motto is "Here for Good" so you know they're evil.

    Chartered Bank Director, Emile Levita married Catherine Plumridge Rée, the daughter of Hermann Philipp Rée (from an prominent Danish Jewish family.) Their children were Arthur Levita, Cecil Levita and Enid Levita. Arthur Levita of Panmure Gordon stockbrokers, together with Sir Ewen Cameron (London head of the Hongkong and Shanghai Bank, and member of the Council for Foreign Bondholders and the Committee for Chinese Bondholders) played key roles in arranging loans from the Rothschild syndicate, including Jacob Schiff, to the Japanese central banker (later Prime Minister) Takahashi Korekiyo to finance the Japanese war against Orthodox Christian Russia in 1905. Cecil Levita was chairman of the London County Council. The Jewess Enid Levita married Sir Ewen Cameron's son. Enit Levita is David Cameron's paternal grandmother. His father, Ian Cameron, was a successful stockbroker, a partner at Panmure Gordon, like his father and grandfather.

    david cameron David Cameron this week insisted a Conservative government would do "much more to protect and empower the Jewish community" and described learning about his Jewish ancestors as one of the highlights of his year.

    The Conservative leader's comments came in a message to members of the Movement for Reform Judaism, which he used to make pledges on tackling anti-Semitism and education and to appeal for the support of community members in the upcoming election.

    Cameron said: "To me, one of the biggest contributions of Judaism is its understanding of what makes a responsible society. Last summer, I gave a speech to Jewish Care where I talked about this idea. I quoted a phrase of Rabbi Hillel?s which I think captures it beautifully: "If I am not for myself, who will be for me? If I am not for others, what am I?" That urgent, selfless moral compulsion to change the world for the better is right at the heart of the Jewish way of life. If I become Prime Minister, I want to see that idea of responsibility extend right across our society.

    "A key part of that will be about building a stronger, more cohesive society - and that means doing much more to tackle the rise in anti-Semitism. I was appalled when the Community Security Trust told me that there were more anti-Semitic incidents in the first half of 2009 than in the whole of any previous year. We need big changes to root out this extremism - stopping preachers of hate from entering this country, banning those extremist groups who are already here, and doing much more to tackle radicalisation in our universities."

    The man hoping to succeed Gordon Brown as prime minister also touched on a prominent theme of the party's platform. "I want to build a bigger society," he said: "And we can't do that without backing faith-based organisations in the good work that they do. Take faith schools, for example. They are a really important part of our education system and often have a culture and ethos which helps to drive up standards. Through our school reform plans, there will be a real growth in new good school places, and I'm sure some of these will be in faith schools."

    Cameron also spoke of learning about his ancestors, the Levitas, as a personal highlight. He said: "I am a great admirer of the Jewish people and your extraordinary achievements. I've long seen your community as a shining light in our society." Messages from Gordon Brown and Nick Clegg will be published in the Movement's newsletter in the coming fortnight.



    crown We, the undersigned, hereby demand that Her Majesty’s authorities, institutions and appointed servants do be made to comply with the rule of law as laid down by Statute over the centuries, gained through blood sacrifice and established through our democratically elected Members of Parliament.

    Furthermore, we demand that the oppression of the British people through false and fraudulent court proceedings, false bankruptcies, dispossessions and false claims by establishment bodies such as the Inland Revenue, Department of Work and Pensions and the Insolvency Service etc be made the subject of a genuine Public Enquiry to be investigated by an independent body of twenty-five citizens, historically known as the Grand Jury. We demand and expect that any reports, conclusions and recommendations be executed immediately and without variance or prevarication and that full compensation be granted to the victims of such abusers of privilege.


    10. Lawyers and some members of the Judiciary the Court Service and the Insolvency Service are involved in racketeering, stripping HM Subjects of their hard earned savings and assets through spurious litigation and fraudulent Court documents, making victims appeal and then penalise them for appealing without due process of law based on facts, the police are stopped from investigating the crimes because of the memorandums of understanding between the Law Society and the various bodies. Proceedings

    15. The Judicial Mafia are the kingpins of corruption in Britain.

    20. We the law abiding citizens have been screwed for too long by these crooks. It's about time we got justice!!!

    21. The Judiciary of England & Wales is guilty of perverting the due process of Justice.

    22. I was robbed of my home and possessions by 15 corrupt Bureaucratic High Court Judges: - The following government agents have also Blacklisted my email address: - The Independent (sic) Police Complaints Commission (IPCC). The Court Service (HMCS) and the Office for Judicial Complaints (OCJ). Therefore, as an ethnic Irishman in the UK, I am being denied access to Justice and crucial services; having been terrorised and robbed of my home and possessions by Bureaucratic Government Servants’.

    29. The MAGNA CARTA is the voice of common sense, which has been lost by the Judicia and 'NWO mis-governments', who are all being manipulated by idle and myopic banksters: 'By their fruits ye shall know them'. We don't only "know" them, we're ready to show them that we have a far, far better way of doing things, an intelligent way that serves everyone.

    30. The crumbling Judicial System has robbed us of more than 8 years of our right to enjoy peace of mind in our own home, because of the voracious banking hyenas 'snapping at our heels'.

    34. I am truly shocked at how much corruption there is in the courts.

    38. Our country's judicial system is now in serious meltdown simply due to the greed and deceit of a few too many enjoying positions of privilege.

    50. I like many thousands have been a victim of corruption and dishonesty by individuals of the legal industry, and the judicial system, this was carried out in the interest of money, power, and greed. This must be addressed in the public interest, bring back honesty and integrity for the security of everyone of us.

    62. It is about time her majesty and her authorities "nailed their colours to the mast" and spoke out for the oppressed majority of the British people. democracy needs to be re-established; at the moment justice in this country has sunk to the level of a "banana republic!

    66. It is about time oppression from the Controlling Elite was challenged with all the corruption and fraud committed by people in supposedly high positions of authority.

    79. If those involved in the various legal processes referred to in this petition acted lawfully this country would be a much safer and more pleasant place in which to live. The current legal process is sullied by corruption and deception at the highest level and appears to be designed to enrich the most dishonest players.

    99. The Bank of England's Owners (Rothschilds, etc.) are at the Root of All Evil.....

    106. I would also wish there to be an inquiry into the involvement of Local Government Authorities too using such tactics in order to destroy innocent people. It would seem this aspect has been overlooked but frequently forms part of the process of financial destruction.




    THEY can show up without notice or warrants and with 1,208 reasons to enter your home, workplace or land without your permission.

    This is Gordon Brown’s new model army of snoopers, which is gaining new home invasion powers at the rate of two a week. The Prime Minister promised a crackdown on them in 2007 but it is Conservative peer Lord Selson who is leading the fightback. His private member’s Powers of Entry Bill has created a full list of the bizarre and obscure legislation that gives thousands of jobsworths the right to enter your home.

    The list, due to be published next week, would be used by a Conservative government to launch consultation with councils and Whitehall aimed at striking out scores of out-dated and unnecessary laws. And the Tories have promised that whatever laws remain, no official will ever be able to enter your home again without obtaining a court warrant first. From checking the energy rating on your fridge, to ensuring you are not working on an atom bomb in the kitchen – our snooper laws are as far-reaching as they are bizarre. Officials can gain entry using the same level of powers to search for cluster bombs as they can for a clutch of eggs. Lord Selson’s third attempt at curbing these ridiculous laws could become law before Parliament breaks up.

    Lord Selson has won praise from civil liberties groups for his dogged determination over two decades to rein back the snoopers. He said: “People should not be allowed to go into someone’s home, search it and seize data without a court order or a warrant. I just believe in individual freedom.” He had to hire a private team to create a full list of powers of entry because Whitehall departments could not provide a list of all their sprawling snooper laws. Alex Deane, director of Big Brother Watch, said 20,000 town hall officials have the right of entry. “In the end every house will have something about it that means officials can gain access to your home,” he said.

    In 2007 Mr Brown said he shared “the concerns about the liberties and rights of the citizen”. Now there are 418 pieces of legislation which allow council officials to enter your home without a warrant. Labour has merely promised a consultation document if it is re-elected and a “draft code of practice” on powers of entry.


    Civil servants charged astonishing £1bn for taxi rides, restaurants and hotels to state credit cards.

    Trevor Phillips, head of the Equality and Human Rights Commission, paid a total of £6,395.66 on his Government Procurement Card.

    Civil servants have gone on a multi-billion pound expenses spree using credit cards paid for by the taxpayer. More than 140,000 senior public sector workers used government-issue cards to spend a fortune - some of it on fine dining, wine and £100 taxi rides. In 2009 alone they spent almost £1billion, four times as much as in 2002 and enough to pay the salaries of 50,000 nurses. Since 2002, the total has reached £5billion. Controversial equalities chief Trevor Phillips racked up more than £6,000 over two years, including a £94 bottle of wine. Checks were so lax that one civil servant with a love of appearing in musicals paid thousands to firms involved in set production and sheet music.

    Some 141,000 civil servants and quango chiefs have access to 'government procurement cards' to pay bills rather than having to submit receipts and claim money back. While the claims are not unlawful, the revelations at a time of economic crisis could undermine confidence in the civil service just as disclosures about MPs' expenses undermined trust in Parliament.

    Former independent MP Martin Bell, who campaigns against sleaze, said last night: 'The rules and standards we now expect our MPs to adhere to should apply to civil servants. 'This is a time for frugality - and all those who abuse their expenses should leave their jobs. Period.' Matthew Elliott, chief executive of the Taxpayers' Alliance, said: 'This is a terrifying sum to be racked up on credit cards, and it's even more sickening that the money is being spent on fancy meals.

    'These cards should absolutely not be a bottomless pit, but should have tightly defined limits. The high number of people who are being given this facility opens up the possibility of it being abused. 'This huge figure will no doubt be viewed as an insult by the thousands of low-paid council workers living with the fear of public sector cutbacks.' The coveted cards, issued by companies like RBS and Barclaycard, are available only to top state workers, including quango bosses, council chief executives and senior civil servants. The government insists the scheme saves the taxpayer money because fewer staff need to be employed to oversee it.

    Stephen Macvicar faced a probe last year after allegedly 'misusing' his card to fund his musical theatre passion The new figures, obtained under a Freedom of Information request, show that leading claimants included Paul Leinster, chief executive of the Environment Agency, who clocked up £31,181.59 from June 2008 to March 2009 - including more than £17,000 on hotel bills and £734 on a dinner for 13 agency staff. He also charged £1,400 for staff to attend both Tory and Labour conferences.

    A spokesman for the agency said Mr Leinster 'often has to stay in a hotel several times a week and take long train journeys' and added: 'Wherever possible, Paul uses the best value hotel.' Last year Stephen Macvicar, a procurement manager at the Department of Culture, Media and Sport, faced a probe last year for allegedly 'misusing' his GPC to fund his passion for musical theatre. The 41-year-old was sued by his former bosses for £58,000 after it was claimed he used the card to stage amateur dramatics productions - including one in which he played the greedy Mr Bumble in Oliver!

    Local councils also racked up huge claims. At Canterbury city council, 91 corporate card holders spent £156,000 last year, of which £18,571 was on 'hotels and resorts', £1,052 on 'cruise liners' and £1,159 at 'toy shops'. Last night the council said all bills had been checked and were 'reasonable and appropriate'. The Office of Government Commerce says GPCs are issued to buy 'high volume, low value goods and services - from office supplies to taxi fares'.

    But they also let holders directly buy flights, hotel accommodation, and business breakfasts and lunches as well as paying 'entertainment' costs. Applicants can use vague headings like 'travel', ' subsistence' and 'other'. A spokesman for Buying Solutions, the government agency which runs the scheme, insisted it has generated savings by 'streamlining' expenses. He said there were 'no figures available' on card users being disciplined or cautioned for misuse. Last night the Tories promised to reform the scheme.

    Philip Hammond, Shadow Chief Secretary to the Treasury, said: 'It's one thing to have a card system to order supplies for government offices but quite another to use them like expense accounts for highly-paid quangocrats. 'A Conservative government will keep a rigorous check on the personal expenses of top civil servants.'


    keane The drummer of rock band Keane said today that he was "horrified" that their song was played at the Tory manifesto launch.

    Richard Hughes said on Twitter that the Conservatives had not asked the band's permission to use their 2004 hit Everybody's Changing. He told his 2,000 followers that he would not be voting for them. Around 500 Tory candidates, new party members and supporters were in the audience at Battersea Power Station to hear David Cameron's speech. Music played to the crowd before the speech also included David Bowie's Changes - echoing the "Vote for Change" slogan displayed on banners.

    Hughes tweeted: "Told the Tories played Keane at their manifesto launch. Am horrified. To be clear - we were not asked. I will not vote for them." Keane hit the big time with the release of their debut album Hopes And Fears in 2004. They are famed for using the piano as lead instrument rather than guitar.



    Enterprise tsar Lord Sugar has donated £400,000 to the Labour Party, he announced.

    The Labour peer said he gave the boost to the party's coffers to assist with its running costs during the General Election campaign. Lord Sugar, star of BBC show The Apprentice, said he had donated cash during previous campaigns. In a statement released to the Press Association, he said: "I can confirm that I have today agreed a donation of £400,000 to the Labour Party.

    "When I have made political donations in the past, I have always done so at the time of a general election to assist in campaign running costs. "I adopted this policy in 1997 and 2001 and am doing the same again this time." The donation is the biggest the peer has made since he gave £200,000 in 2001 and £150,000 in 1997.

    Labour welcomed the donation, which will be a boost to Prime Minister Gordon Brown as the party trails in the polls. Business Secretary Lord Mandelson(Homosexual and jewish) said: "Lord Sugar has announced he is making a donation of £400,000 as he has done in previous elections. "Lord Sugar is a great example and a powerful voice for British enterprise and the values of hard work and I'm very pleased that, as in 1997 and 2001, he has again chosen to show his support for Labour and our vision of a future fair for all at this General Election."


    masonseal The Unlawful Societies Act of 1799

    One major difficulty which had become apparent was the position of freemasons. The provisions of the bill against the use of secret oaths in societies potentially placed freemasons in a difficult position, although arguably these oaths were outside the scope of bill since they were not seditious. More problematic was the requirement that initiations should take place in a public meeting.

    The grand lodges must also have been uneasily aware that they did not have a comprehensive register of members of the sort required by the bill, and that the compilation and distribution of such a register would have been an enormous undertaking. The two English Grand Lodges and the Scottish Grand Lodge had quickly taken action to try and deal with these problems before the bill got to committee. On 30 April, the day on which the bill received its second reading, Pitt received a request for a meeting with masonic representatives, and a delegation went to Downing Street on 2 May. The masonic representatives included Lord Moira, Acting Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of England, the Duke of Atholl, Grand Master of the Ancients' Grand Lodge and Past Grand Master Mason of Scotland, as well as other grand officers.

    The most important official record of this meeting is a note in the minute book of the Hall Committee of the Modern Grand Lodge, reporting that the Prime Minister had 'expressed his good opinion of the Society and said he was willing to recommend any clause to prevent the new act from affecting the Society, provided that the name of the society could be prevented from being made use of as a cover by evilly disposed persons for seditious purposes'. William White, Grand Secretary of the Moderns, afterwards recalled the meeting in similar terms, recalling that Pitt 'paid many compliments to the Society and said there was no imputation against its conduct, and that it was only wished to adopt some regulations to prevent the name of our Society from being perverted by bad people to a cover for their machinations against the government'. Lord Moira also subsequently recalled how 'I have pledged myself to His Majesty's ministers that should any set of men attempt to meet as a lodge without sanction, the Grand Master, or Acting Grand Master (whomsoever he might be), would apprise parliament'. Pitt himself reported to the House of Commons that the freemasons 'were very ready to acquiesce in any security the legislature would require from them for the tranquillity of the state'.

    However, it seems that Pitt probably also pointed out that the government had worrying information which suggested that the masons needed to be more vigilant. Among the documents which had been shown to the secret committee was a letter sent to the Home Office by John Waring, a catholic priest at Stonyhurst, who described how an Irishman named Bernard Kerr had told him he was 'a freemason, a Knight Templar, and belonged to a society of people who called themselves United Englishmen'. Kerr had shown him the printed rules of the United Englishmen, which he kept in a large portfolio together with his papers of admission as a Knight Templar. These concerns about connections between the United bodies and freemasonry were not idle. Many of the United Irishmen were freemasons and many features of their organisation, such as the use of oaths and secret signs, were drawn from masonic models.


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