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Queen’s Speech - Waivers are Still Illegal

Readers of this blog will be aware that a Bill was going through Parliament before the General Election that aimed to make the offering by the police of waivers in return for attending an “education” course undoubtedly legal (after speeding and other road traffic offences). 335 more words

Legality

Insider speaks out: Global #Paedophile Ring controls #Satanic #Hollywood @StopRitualAbuse


This is an excellent article from an American perspective – with a lot of shocking evidence of children being abuses – often with a Satanic twist – relating the rituals back to Babylon: 106 more words

Ethics

Profits on Speed Awareness Courses in Gloucestershire

Radio channel Heart published some information on the profits made by Gloucestershire County Council in 2016/2017 in an article which has subsequently been removed from their web site. 292 more words

Legality

Terrorism: their and our

Instead of writing a final word on terrorism of today, I am trying to define the problem and discuss a possible way out. I leave “celebrity” terrorism aside since that is a different problem. 529 more words

Conflict Management

Are you expected to outpsychopath psychopaths? #Paedophilia as control mechanism @UKHomeOffice

This video was my first introduction to Dr Katherine Horton, an Oxford high energy physics PhD who talks about a ‘system inversion’ that is taking place. 126 more words

Current Observation

More Profiteering and Bill Status

The police are persistent in inventing new ways to make money from motorists by expanding the coverage of “education” courses. The latest example is the creation of a new “National Motorway Speed Awareness” course for those who break the speed limit indicated on overhead gantrys in variable speed limit areas (“smart motorways”). 615 more words

Legality

You voted in Paul Lewis' poll on Govt. SPA disclosure deferral.

The Government has deferred a decision to publish it’s position on the state pension age until after the General Election . It should, by law, be published before today. 78 more words

Pensions