VOMIT - Victims Of Masonic Ill Treatment
VOMIT UK 19/02 - 11 May 2002
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Dirty Drinking Water
The Sunday Times of 28 April 2002 at page 30 reports the following directive.
British householders could face a £9 billion rise in water bills to meet the cost of removing agricultural chemicals and other pollutants from water supplies after a clean-up order from Brussels.
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Le Pen - Lessons for Britain?
I suggest that politicians in Britain would be well advised to learn from the unexpected success of Jean-Marie Le Pen in the first round of the French presidential elections.
M. Le Pen has profited from French voters' unease about immigration. Riots in a number of cities in the north of England, and the increased share of the vote gained by the British National Party in Burnley in last year's general election, suggest that racial tension is also increasing in Britain. The government's persistent failure to deport bogus asylum seekers and other illegal immigrants cannot be helping this situation. Neither can the succession of politically-correct pronouncements from public bodies, most recently the Arts Council, that not enough people from the ethnic minorities are currently employed in their particular sphere of influence. The subliminal message that the establishment values white people less than members of other races fuels resentment, which is easily exploited by racist groups.
M. Le Pen's alleged racism has dominated the headlines, but his policy of getting tough on criminals also appears to have scored well with the electorate. Recorded crime is also increasing in Britain - up by 10% last year in my native Hertfordshire, and by considerably more in some counties. Much of this can be attributed to a criminal justice system, which is "Criminal" rather than "Just". In particular, most young offenders are immediately returned to their communities so they can offend again.
M. Le Pen also promised to take France out of the European Union. The results of the 1999 European Parliamentary Elections suggested that, while most people in Britain were not interested in Europe at that time, those who were mostly opposed further European integration. Opinion polls regularly show that a majority of respondents are sceptical about Europe, and that a substantial number want to leave the E.U. altogether. When the European issue finally enters mainstream political debate in this country, is it likely that the majority will be persuaded to back a pro-European policy?
A large number of French voters appear to have rejected the politically-correct, judicially-soft, pro-European, crony-ridden, corporatist, high-tax policies offered by both major parties in France and by both Labour and the Liberal Democrats here. Unless the Conservatives can offer a radically different alternative, I suspect that an increasing number of voters in Britain will start to favour more extreme candidates.
Yours Faithfully, Councillor Ian Johnston (Conservative).
Comment: Let us remember that all races bleed when they are cut and feel pain
when they are kicked. If we do unto others as we would be done by there is hope.
Thousands of indigenous UK citizens would welcome the chance to escape from a country,
which ill treats both immigrants and the indigenous population and is undemocratic.
Would be immigrants should think twice before coming to the UK.
Eddie Profane of SADA (Society Against Democratic Abuse)
@ phone number 07974 092753
It is obvious from businessman Eddie’s chosen surname he is a victim of Freemasonry. The cause was planning corruption in the Lymington area. His reason for the pseudonym is related to the fact that his business would suffer more if he used his real name.
Because another businessman, Andy Woods, who operates near Eddie’s location was a victim of unbelievable incompetence by the Post Office, Eddie decided that it was time that he spoke out about his Masonic abuse by the Post office and by other agencies.
Eddie’s mail would go missing, would be delayed, would be delivered to other addresses and would turn up in a sealed plastic bag with apologies for damage to the mail. Sometimes the damaged mail in the plastic bag would be virtually undamaged. Eddie sent his building society passbooks to his accountant for Income Tax purposes. His accountant posted the books back to him. They turned up in a Post Office envelope at the offices of the building society. The space for the mailman’s signature was blank. The damaged original envelope was not enclosed with the books.
Other happenings mentioned by Eddie were the fact that he is followed by taxis, police gave a blast of their siren as they passed his sign written van, his telephone is being monitored and attempts are being made to drive a wedge between him and his family. Before anyone shouts “paranoia” be assured that we have experienced the same phenomena. It is confusing when a police siren goes off outside your door at night when there is no traffic. We aren’t followed by taxis but have observed a vans and cars. We receive reports daily of the same weird behaviour exhibited to anyone who opposes anything in which the Masons might have an interest. You don’t need to be anti-Masonic. You can even be a Mason and suffer the same abuse.
We once reported on a former Chief Executive of Chiltern District Council who was an elder of Amersham church. When he went to church he would stop opposite the church, take three steps to the left, four backwards, three to the right and four forwards and would then somersault his way across the road into the church. We invented that story but one can expect such strange “diversions” from Masons. It is all part of the creed. There is a more sinister aspect to the treatment of people who oppose Freemasonry whether knowingly or unknowingly. Derek Ryder (Email firstname.lastname@example.org Phone 01752 702946) or Mrs Ryder was injured as they scrambled to safety when a car was driven at them in Plymouth. Maurice Kellett of Hetton-le-Hole (Email email@example.com Phone 0191 526 4555) was run over by a car which was deliberately driven at him. His family was torn asunder. We were saved from a police marksman in August 1999 and from a truncheon attack as we lay on the ground under two policemen at 7 a.m. The policeman with the truncheon was not going to a fancy dress ball - at 7 a.m. Our Web page is currently down. We live in fear and in isolation because a member of our family has abandoned us.
Where does this lead us? It leads to witnesses against the Masonic movement being sectioned under the Mental Health Act. Usually there is a police frame-up or even a genuine case. The prosecutor will make a statement along the following lines “The defendant claims that the police sound their sirens as they pass his home. He has a fixation about conspiracies. There appears to be a spy hiding under every bush in his garden - stopping the postman and intercepting his mail. His enemies who listen in to his telephone calls and hack into his computer know his innermost thoughts. I concede, your lordship, that the defendant may not be responsible for his wild scurrilous allegations but he does cause great distress by defamatory libels about innocent and respected members of the public.”
There was a time when we accused Russia of incarcerating dissidents after a misdiagnosis that they were mentally ill. Successive UK governments have been doing the same thing probably since psychiatry was recognised as a profession. An honest psychiatrist will refuse, in all the circumstances, to say that a person is not mentally ill. He argues that symptoms may not present themselves when the examination is taking place. However the reference to mental illness by a crooked lawyer is in itself sufficient to discredit victims.
The Pig Farmer Saga - Part four
Roger J. P. Jones, 12 Windmill Street, Deddington, Banbury, OXON. OX15 OQW
Tel: 01869 338845 Fax: 08700568457 Email firstname.lastname@example.org
COVER UP BY THE LORD CHANCELLOR’S DEPARTMENT AND THE LAW SOCIETY
The information provided by my new solicitor John Sprat of Shoosmiths and Harrison apparently misled Counsel and the Legal Aid Board, causing my Legal Aid to be revoked. Mr Sprat was claming £4,469 in costs including Counsel’s fee of £175.
Here are examples of how Mr Sprat got things wrong. He wrote "His business ran into financial difficulties, Messrs Spillers helped him out for a short time but then foreclosed on a charge and eventually Mr Jones was made bankrupt". That statement was false.
When The Law Society wrote to him to ask if he had an accountant’s report which agreed with his estimate of a cost of £2.000 (1980 prices!) for Counsel’s opinion he falsely stated that he had a report. He had already spent £3,830 at 1980 prices! How could he possibly justify spending a huge sum without getting an accountant's report ?
I complained to the Law Society because he was concealing Court Officers’ and Government Ministers’ deceit and wrongdoing. I complained of his acting generally against my interests, together with those conducting the Law Society's complaints procedures that I had fully utilised.
The Law Society wrote to me as follows.
"Further, it is the opinion of the society that, as a matter of law the society's handling of Legal Aid applications or of complainants against solicitors does not give rise to a duty of care to the applicant
for Legal Aid or the complainant"
The Law Society is no different from any other Society, Business or Individual in Tort. The test for deciding whether there has been a breach of duty of care is laid down in the oft-cited dictum of Alderson B., in Blyth v Birmingham Waterworks Co.:
"Negligence is the omission to do something which a reasonable man, guided upon those considerations which ordinarily regulate the conduct of human affairs would do, or doing something which a prudent and reasonable man would not do."
Note the use of the word "reasonable" twice. How could it be reasonable for the Law Society not to show care in investigating the behaviour of Legal Aided funded "Solicitors of the Supreme Court" and in
administering (at that time) government funds in the form of Legal Aid?
How to beat crime: Sack the police chiefs
By Peter Hitchens in the Mail on Sunday dated 5 May 2002 - page 27
<<< THE ASSOCIATION OF CHIEF POLICE OFFICERS SHOULD BE DISBANDED AND MOST OF OUR CHIEF CONSTABLES RETIRED AND REPLACED WITH PEOPLE WHO WANT TO ENFORCE THE LAW.
ACPO’s dimwit suggestion that illegal drug taking is a health issue and that cocaine and heroin users should be ‘treated’ rather than punished shows they are not fit to be in charge of the security of our streets.
People take cocaine and heroin because they enjoy it and put their grubby pleasure before anything else. Parents and teachers struggling to keep impressionable youngsters away from this great evil will now have a much harder task.
The only defence against drugs is the message that taking them is wrong, as well as stupid, selfish, destructive and dangerous.
What can we tell our children if the police won’t stand against this foolishness? >>>
Comment: The increase in drug use results primarily from the greed of dealers who have an insatiable appetite for easy money and an increased turnover. The dealers risk long terms of imprisonment because the financial rewards are massive. They are sometimes able to buy their way out of trouble by, as we know, bribing policemen. The rewards are high and the risks are high. Take away the risks and the drug business fails. The remedy would appear to be decriminalisation of all drugs with new legislation, which would require addicted users to spend a two-year working holiday in a controlled environment. Let us have an unfettered approach to the problem. Let pharmacists dispense cocaine. Drugs destroy the fabric of society and cause much suffering to innocent people.
We have reported how the late Charlie Kray, accompanied by two bodyguards, collected 10-Kg of cocaine on 10 May 1995 from a site in Chalfont St Giles. Kray was not arrested until mid 1996 in Essex where presumably he did not have immunity from prosecution. For years we have alleged that there is a drug supply line which has official approval. Readers will recall an anonymous drug letter, which provided detailed information about how individuals connected with the drug site at Chalfont St Giles delivered the drugs. We published the letter on our Web page in August 2001 and explained that we thought it was an attempt to warn us of dire consequences if we kept reporting on the probable continued drug distribution at the neighbouring site. Eventually we were certain that the letter contained facts. Two senior police officers from Thames Valley Police and the Metropolitan Police pretended that they were dealing with the letter but refused to put anything in writing and refused to admit that they had seen the letter. After we had pressed Cheryl Gillan, MP, to admit that she had received a copy of the letter she referred to “the alleged anonymous letter”. Surely this means that cocaine is being imported into the UK with the approval of government or probably the Masonic hierarchy in government and law enforcement agencies.
In spite of the fact that we made it clear in our Web page that we felt that the anonymous drug letter was an attempt to frighten us into silence about drugs, UK solicitors used the drug letter without the disclaimer to disable our Web page. The UK solicitors represent a senior Mason from Salisbury. They had earlier made a false statement to our Web host about the Prankerd case. The solicitors for the Web host (host4you) collaborated with the UK solicitors to disable the Web page but continued to charge for the service using our credit card. Our attempts at restoring our Web page have been frustrated at every turn by the ingratitude of people whom we have helped and by the enemy within. Our communications are disrupted to such an extent that we may have to discontinue publication of VOMIT due to lack of material.
Clearly the Masons are still behind the importation of drugs and have been able to silence us. The record of the companies involved with the drug site certainly indicate that there are some weird people at Companies House. The Registrar of Companies has so far not replied to our questions.
Published by J M Todd, B.Sc., Misbourne Farmhouse, Amersham Road
CHALFONT ST GILES, Bucks. HP8 4RU
Phone 01494 871204 Fax 01494 870031