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Date: Wed, 31 May 2006 17:38:51 +0100

This is in reply to an article you wrote about officers in the Vietnam and Gulf war being "too rich" to fight. I would like to point out why this happens. My entire family is in the military, including me, so i know what goes on.

Sadly, like in most jobs, the rich, public school [`private in USA] educated people are promoted first - if you know important people, you become important.

In war high ranking officers don\'t fight, as there is no need for them. The war is fought by ratings (those that aren\'t officers), in a platoon led by one, low ranking, officer. Most officers will be involved in the planning of a skirmish or attack as their training exceeds simply firing a rifle. It is not so much protection, but a different use for them. What I hate is that it is the rich who are, generally promoted first.

Before wars interviews are taken with high ranking officers as they know what is about to happen. After a war the interviewer will talk to those who actually fought, low ranking officers or, normally, soldiers.




Date: Mon, 1 May 2006 14:11:15 +0100

I am concerned that you are unwittingly publishing the lies of the animal rights industry with regard to the Canadian seal hunt while attempting to report the truth. I am not a politician nor am I a sealer, I am merely a Newfoundlander fed up with being lied about, slandered, and propagandized against merely because my people dare to say that a humane sustainable harvesting of a natural resource is neither cruel nor barbaric.

Killing any of God's creatures is not pretty, but crushing an animal's head so that it's brain is destroyed is certainly an instantaneous death. I would think that it is as humane as one can be in killing an animal. Certainly no less humane than the way cows or pigs are killed.

It is not true, despite the animal right industry's claims to the contrary, that seals are skinned alive. The Canadian Veterinary Association studied the issue. They were not asked to comment on the rightness or wrongness of the hunt, merely to study if seals are skinned alive. They found that seals were not being skinned alive. I would suggest they represent a 'reputable veterinary group', despite what IFAW says.

Indeed, common sense would tell you it does not happen. Even an animal so helpless as a young seal on the ice is able to writhe, scratch, and bite. Such actions on the part of a tortured animal would run the risk of damaging the pelt, and it would certainly take a lot more time than pelting a dead one. Why waste that time by torturing the animal when three quick blows to the head would make the job less time consuming?

I am assuming that you believe the lie, so asserting the obvious: that no sane person would be so cruel, is a bit of a waste. It is, actually, a bit offensive to have to make the point. It assumes that Newfoundlanders are so cruel as to torture animals in this fashion, and, after 40 years of the animal rights industry sandering us in this fashion, I am understandably fed up.

Starting with Brian Davies' notorious footage from the 1960s, footage that was later demonstrated to be staged: the man in the film confessed to being paid to do it, this lie has been out! there, and people still believe it. The only way the animal rights industry can make people believe this is to paint Newfoundlanders out to be some kind of barbarians.

Read the bile Paul Watson prints on his blog about us. He can only support accusations of such barbarity if he makes us into barbarians. "Of course they skin seals alive, they're barbarians. How do I know they're barbarians? Because they skin seals alive." Not the best of logic.

Further, consider that pelting an animal while it is writhing in pain runs the risk of cutting yourself. Why do that when a dangerous infection known as seal finger:
www.provet.co.uk/health/diseases/sealfinger.htm could be the result, hundreds of miles from a doctor in the middle of the North Atlantic?

It is not true that Newfoundland fishermen make little money from the hunt, they can make up to 20% of their yearly income at the hunt. It is not true that we do not eat the meat, my parish, along with most in this city, will have a fund raising flipper dinner this week. Seal meat has been on sale in this city for weeks. My parents, and most rural Nefoundlanders eat seal meat regularly.

To return to the method in which seals are killed, shooting, which may result in the animal being wounded, I grant you, was forced on sealers by the animal rights industry, because the old method, that of crushing their skulls, was what they opposed. While the optics of hitting a seal on the head is not pretty, I would argue that hitting an animal on the head 3 times, which is what the regulations require, will not result in wounding of the animal, but instant death.

Incidentally, Newfoundlanders are not permitted to hit seals with a hackapik, but are instead required to shoot them. Hunters from the Magdalen Islands are still permitted to use the older, arguably more humane method. This situation exists because the animal rights industry in the 70s focussed on Newfoundlanders almost exclusively, demonizing us.

The fact that other Canadians did the same thing was ignored. The fact that other nations have seal hunts was ignored, and some of these nations, the US and Denmark among them, hypocritically banned the importation of Canadian seal products.
Environmentalism or protectionism of their own seal related industries, one wonders.

Did you realize that the Boston Globe this year had to retract a story from one of its reporters covering the seal hunt because she submitted a story describing what she claimed to have witnessed at this year's hunt before the hunt had actually started? Where is the truth in such "reporting"?

Did you realize that the supposed boycott of Canadian seafood organized by the HSUS is bogus? CBC contacted many of the restaurants HSUS listed. Of the restaurants on their list as of early April, over half had never been contacted by the HSUS, knew nothing about the boycott, and were still selling Canadian seafood. Of those that were involved in the boycott, a good number had either never sold Canadian seafood, or were vegan and sold no seafood of any kind. Claiming someone is suporting a boycott that they do not even know about is not truth.

Greenpeace claims that the seal hunt is meant to keep seal numbers down, since Newfoundlanders falsely believe that seals are responsible for the collapse of the northern cod stock, which was a huge economic blow to Newfoundland. While some crackpots may say this, the vast majority of Newfoundlanders know that domestic and foreign overfishing, a result of federal government mismanagement, destroyed the cod stock.

The seal hunt is not a cull. Greenpeace's assertions are merely a straw man, and reveal the rather vague understanding the animal rights industry has of what truth is.

So when you strip away the lies, rhetoric, and propaganda, what do you have? People who are making a sizable chunk of their yearly income sustainably harvesting a natural resource as humanely as they are permitted to.

Ask yourself about the motivations of the animal rights industry. We are all complicit in the destruction of the environment. One does not absolve one'sself of this complicity by slandering people. One does not absolve one'sself with lies, however it may make one feel like some great ecowarrior.

I suspect a significant amount of self aggrandizement on the part of the rank and file members of the animal rights industry.

We come down to a moral debate about fur. If you believe we should not kill animals for their fur, I will not change your mind. Indeed, I do not seek to. I merely request that you not be a party to lies. By supporting IFAW's petition, you are unwittingly doing just that.

You would not trust what a politician says without question, why would you trust the word of organizations that stand to make great financial profit off this, and who gain a great boost in their sense of moral superiority to boot? Expect no more honesty from the animal rights industry than you do from your government.

Ford Elms

PS - I'd suggest, if you're interested, that you check out My Ancestors Were Rogues and Murderers, a film by Ann Troake.  She is a local film maker whose family were all fishermen, her two grandfathers were fishing captains.  She presents the story of her family, and gives "the other side" much better than I can.

Interestingly, not one film festival was willing to touch it, and even the National Film Board, from which it can be bought, has been reluctant about publicizing it.




Date: 28 Apr 2006 16:54:36 -0700

Hi Ray -

We're changing the world!

That's right - you and over 5 million other fantastic Care2 members are my inspiration. I'm back from our Earth Day celebrations with my annual "Care2 Year in Review" and I'm inspired. The news is full of chaos in Iraq, nuclear threats in Iran, atrocities in Darfur and other doom and gloom we've all heard by now. But you may not have heard that you, yes you, helped saved a huge amount of forest this past year, protected public health and made the world a little better in many many ways.

Making the world a better place is catching on. Over a million new members joined the Care2 community this year, so you seem to be inspiring your friends and neighbors too!

A few highlights from this past year:

Members helping Members:
Spend time surfing the Care2 Connect community and you'll see amazing things happening. This past year I've seen members organize incredible relief efforts in the wake of hurricane Katrina, others providing emotional support for friends in need, and still others sharing blogs with wonderful poetry, spiritual guidance and deep political analysis. We've even had a number of members get married to each other! If you haven't visited lately, stop by for a little inspiration. You'll find a very special place with members making a difference in countless ways.

Victories for the Environment:
Great Bear Rain Forest: Remember signing a petition to protect the Great Bear Rainforest from logging? Many Care2 members did, finally helping to convince the government of British Columbia, after a ten-year campaign, to protect this magnificent 5 million acres of temperate rainforest from logging. That's an area the size of New Jersey. Proof positive collective action works. This is an absolutely fantastic win.

Drilling in Arctic National Wildlife Refuge: If it weren't for the relentless efforts of committed citizens like you, there would already be oil drilling in the Arctic Refuge. Instead, the House Budget Committee has listened to the public outcry and temporarily derailed drilling. This spring we teamed up again with Defenders Action Fund and over 100,000 of you participated in our virtual march on Washington, ensuring the message is loud and clear. Thank you to everyone who participated! We're going to keep the pressure on to protect the refuge and will let you know when your help is needed again.

Hope for Victory - Protecting Baby Seals in Canada:
Care2 is partnering with The Humane Society of the United States to urge Canada's government to end their annual seal hunt, which began this year at dawn on March 25. Last year, 98.5% of the seals killed were two months of age or younger. Already over 220,000 Care2 members have signed our petition to end the hunt, including close to 6,000 Canadian members! Together, we can make a difference, and hopefully next year we can report that the hunt has ended forever. You can help by signing the petition today.

Victories for our Heath:
Public Health Funding Restored: Over 10,000 Care2 members wrote their representatives urging them to restore critical public health funding that had been cut from Bush's FY 2007 budget. And on March 16, 2006, we won!

Asbestos Bailout Bill:
After thousands of Care2 members protested, the Senate narrowly blocked the Asbestos Bailout Bill. For now, victims of asbestos and their families have retained their right to hold asbestos companies accountable for their actions. But stay tuned, supporters of this measure have vowed to bring the bill up again in the future.

Victory for Pets:
Pets Included in Evacuation Plans:
Super woman: In the wake of Hurricane Katrina, Care2 member Margaret B. set up a petition on Care2's PetitionSite.com requesting pets be included in evacuation plans. By the end of the day 509 people had signed. Six days later her petition topped 75,000 signatures! As you may recall, the public outcry made headline news, and when Hurricane Rita hit a few weeks later, evacuees were told they could bring their pets along. I love stories like this.

Victories For Women:
Congress Reauthorizes the Violence Against Women Act: Care2 members flooded their representatives with 36,000 petitions last fall helping to convince Congress to pass a bill which will help protect women from abusive partners. President Bush signed the bill into law on January 5, 2006.

Women Better Protected From Human Trafficking:
After more than 15,000 of you sent petition letters to Congress supporting the International Marriage Broker Regulation Act, H.R. 3657, the bill was authorized. A representative's office that emailed our campaign wrote: "This is great! Thanks for your efforts. I've gotten quite a few calls from [Representatives] offices wanting more information because they'd gotten constituent mail (no doubt thanks to your petition)." Very nicely done - that's impact!

Other Highlights:
We normally keep a low profile and try to empower our members and partner nonprofit organizations, but I want to highlight the fantastic efforts of the Care2 team this year too. Working behind the scenes we've grown to 35 of the most passionate and hard working team members you'll ever meet. The Care2 team has been building outstanding new services, working with over 150 leading nonprofit organizations, supporting the Care2.com website that smoothly handles over 300,000 visitors a day, and creating important educational newsletters and unique opportunities to make a difference. And every day I see letters from our members writing in to tell us how much they appreciate what the Care2 team is doing. So Thank You for those letters - we've got a huge job ahead of us, and sometimes we feel the growing pains, but when you use our services to make the world a better place...that's our inspiration.

Quick overview of some new tools and features this past year:

Care2 News Network
Your votes make sure the important stories make Front Page news. This is a very cool community-powered international news service and I encourage everyone to participate.

Care2 Share
Blogs, Photos, Tributes, Recipes and more from Care2 members. Inspire others, or get inspired!

My Page upgrades
Surf over 1 million member homepages. You'll discover an amazing array of people like you, looking to make a difference.

PetitionSite enhancements
Great new tools for anyone who wants to start a petition, plus people can now upload photos to their signatures for greater impact.

Care2 JobFinder
World's largest listing of jobs at responsible businesses and nonprofit organizations. We've also just launched the Care2 VolunteerNetwork with over 70,000 volunteer opportunities.

A Whole New Look for Care2
It's tough to say goodbye to old friends, but after 5 years it's time for a new look. We just launched it for Earth Day, so be among the first to see our new design!

Thank you again for making a difference. There are many other accomplishments I'd love to highlight, but w0ant to respect your time. Whether you're taking little steps or giant leaps, you're part of the solution - and together we're changing the world. We've got a lot of challenges before us, but with the passion and enthusiasm I see among Care2 members, I'm just grateful to be a part of this. Thank you!

Randy Paynter
Founder & President
Care2.com

P.S. Please check out our new homepage design for easy ways to make a difference every day! http://www.Care2.com/




Date: Sun, 23 Apr 2006 05:52:45 +0100

Maybe your Net Rights are going to be SOLD?





Date: Sat, 22 Apr 2006 21:22:42 +0100

The Church of England also have millions of shares in Pfizer, Eli Lilly and GlaxoSmithKline.

Ergo, they have shares in 3 companies that have falsified clinical data, and have caused many thousands of deaths - that is, deaths of the people they are meant to care for. Children they are meant to protect.

1. A pdf file listing a few of the homicides caused by Pfizer (Zoloft/Lustral) Eli Lilly (Prozac) and GlaxoSmithKline (Paxil/Seroxat).
ssri-uksupport.com/files/homicidesSSRISandADHDmedications.pdf

2. www.socialaudit.org.uk/58096-DH%20to%20WARK.htm (Extract of correspondence from Professor David Healy to the UK drug regulatory body, the MHRA)
"...Reports on these trials list patients who have committed suicide, and list those patients as being of a certain age and as having committed suicide at a certain point during the trial, when the patient in question has a very different age and the event in question happened at a completely different point during the trial".
"Miscoding of suicidal act as emotional lability."
" Lilly have resorted to treatment non-response and a range of other headings to code what happened."
"...records on Prozac, Seroxat/Paxil and Lustral/Zoloft, you will find cases of homicidality coded as nausea for instance."
"Discontinuation of patients from studies for primary adverse effects such as nausea when in fact there has been a suicidal act;"
"But it is also worth adding specifically that this has been a feature of all trials of Zoloft/Lustral, Seroxat/Paxil and Prozac throughout, as far as I can make out ..."

3. More information on the situation, including Pfizer\'s links to C of E schools in Kent on a discussion forum at: http://www.network54.com/Forum/281849




Date: 7 Apr 2006 16:43:09 -0700

Hi Ray,

Thank you for signing the petition telling Canada to speak the truth about the seal hunt. But we still need more support! Please send your friends this link to the petition to help even more: go.care2.com/e/JoJ/Jt/qMBD

The seal hunt has begun - yet the Canadian government still hasn't come clean with the truth: that the hunt has little economic benefits and horrific cruelty to seals.

As reported in the BBC, the hunt's resurrection in recent years is mainly tied to fashion - where seal fur has become politically acceptable to wear again in countries like China, Russia and Norway.

Which is why we need as many voices as we can muster to get the truth out about the hunt. Consumers need to be informed about the horrific cost of life involved in purchasing a non-essential fashion item like seal fur.

Thanks for your help saving baby seals today.
Lauren Alvarez
Care2 and ThePetitionSite Team




Date: Mon, 3 Apr 2006 19:20:02 +0100

www.timesonline.co.uk/article/0,,2087-2114638,00.html

www.times-archive.co.uk/onlinespecials/gravity.pdf

Notice on the gravity report that the CPS must always be consulted when the crime is sex related.

Yup,
most organized sex-abuse and pedophile is committed by members of `elite' - judges, magistrates, politicians, diplomats, bishops etc. (& senior police).

So the CPS needs to get them `protection' (non-prosecution) early on.





Subject: The Origin of Culture

Hello Mr. Dietrich
Thanks, glad you liked that `distortions / mutations' page.

Your recommendation is gratefully received - from the reviews your book is a `necessity', for me at any rate.

Best
ed@percs





Date: Mon, 27 Mar 2006 02:49:36 +0100

Good article on "human distortions".
May I recommend my own book, "The Origin of Culture and Civilization" which contains classical background materials collected over 40 years.

Yours truly,
Thomas Dietrich




Date: Thu, 23 Mar 2006 15:11:13 GMT

i love your site.

(address supplied)

Thanks friend,  don't tell me why, let me feel good about it anyway.
best
ed@percs




Date: Thu, 23 Mar 2006 03:32:44 GMT

I'm a member of PETA and know a lot about the slaughter of seals in canada.
It's illegal to kill seals under the age of - i think - 2.
90% of those killed are less than 1 year old.

They are killed unhumanely and purely for fur. I cannot strees highly enough how much this needs to be stopped.

Please urge your readers to visit the PETA website and follow links to the subject-there are some videos that waould turn your stomach.
And, please, anyone who reads this, at least sign the petition, and strive to save animals.
Ben Mew




Date: 21 Mar 2006 16:49:38 -0800

Hi Ray,
Thank you. But we still need more support! Please send your friends this link to the petition to help even more:
http://www.thepetitionsite.com/takeaction/263683224

The seal hunt is slated to begin in a matter of days and the Canadian government has still not come clean with with truth: that the hunt holds little economic benefit for Canada and demonstrates horrific cruelty towards seals.

Please forward this link to your friends to help stop the hunt before it's too late:
http://www.thepetitionsite.com/takeaction/263683224

Thanks for your help saving baby seals today.

Lauren Alvarez
Care2 and ThePetitionSite Team




Three anonymous `academic' mails (maybe).  UPDATE a real academic's reply to the anonymous




Date: 16 Mar 2006 13:26:08 -0800

Hi Ray,
In just a few weeks, the largest slaughter of marine mammals is set to begin on the ice off Canada's East Coast. Over 300,000 seals, mostly babies, will be bludgeoned or shot to death for their fur. Take action:
www.thepetitionsite.com/takeaction/566342047

But the income generated by the commercial seal hunt doesn't go as far as the Canadian government would like you to think; it accounts for less than one percent of Newfoundland's GDP - an average of only $1,000 per sealer.

What's worse, the seals are slaughtered in the most inhumane fashion during the hunt - routinely clubbed or shot and left to suffer on the ice, then dragged over the side of boats with sharpened metal hooks. Some are even skinned alive. Say no!

When Danny Williams, Premier of Labrador and Newfoundland, was given the chance to tell the truth about the hunt during a recent episode of "Larry King Live" on CNN, he chose instead to lay false claims about the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) and their documentation of the hunt's cruelty.

Claiming to speak on behalf of Canada's Prime Minister Stephen Harper, Williams said: "IFAW representatives, veterinarians and other experts have said the seal hunt is humane."

The truth? There isn't a single reputable "expert" or "veterinary group" that has observed the seal hunt and called it humane. In fact, IFAW experts concluded the slaughter to be inherently cruel and horrific. Take action now.

Doesn't the public at least deserve to know the facts about how baby seals are being killed?

Join IFAW and activists from around the world in urging Canada's Prime Minister to tell the truth about what's really happening on the ice.

Sign the petition here: www.thepetitionsite.com/takeaction/566342047

Thanks for your action today.

Lauren Alvarez
Care2 and ThePetitionSite Team




Date: Wed, 15 Mar 2006 15:12:08 GMT

Brilliant site and very well done, We will certainly recommend it.
Can you checkout our petiton www.thepetitionsite.com/takeaction/479012713

Keep up th good work
Joe Stirling





Hello Charlotte
Am heartsick for you and your family and want to say something significant - but can't say any more than is already in pages.

It's becoming clear (to me) that we now have (and maybe always have had) a corrupt and thuggish structure of "authority" whose only interest is the preservation of their own power and privileges - at the expense of our lives, literally.

Since arriving back here ('86 / '87), with total trust in English justice, I've seen enough nittygritty on the ground, and analyzed enough data, to convince me that there are many semi-literate thugs (`suits') in NHS, Police & Local Gov't who are suppressing testimony by illegal coercion and duress and sometimes murdering people, to enrich themselves, to further their careers, or simply for `power purposes'.

Won't go into distressing detail but you may have already seen some of the evidence pages on-site.

Will do all I can to help

best wishes
ed@percs





Date: Fri, 10 Mar 2006 23:04:23 GMT

Medical Murder disguised as Palliative Care

I thought you might like to know one of the ways in which this killing is undertaken in England.

My father was killed, in his bed at home, two years ago - when he had not been close to dying, and certainly was not asking to die.

His doctor put something in his medical notes which was not borne out by the facts. He had had gastroenterology tests - two of them - in January and March. They had both shown that nothing was wrong with his oesophagus or stomach. Yet his own Doctor had written in his medical notes "Oesophageal cancer" on the 15th March, just after he would have known the result of the second tests.

My father's wife then had my father `rushed into hospital, dying and on oxygen', on the 11th April. His hospital records show that there was absolutely wrong with him. My sister and I were at the hospital within 30 minutes of his arrival. he looked fine. Was not distressed in any way. The only treatment he was given, according to the hospital records, was 'a paracetamol and two cups of tea for the relatives'. (We both believe that he was drugged at some time before he was taken to hospital because he didn't seem to know what he was doing there. Yet he had been out for lunch with my sister earlier in the day. She was with him for about six hours. He had been fine when she left him)

His doctor then put him on Morphine-by-Mouth every 4 hours on 14th April - for no discernable reason. He wasn't stated to have been in any pain.

After a 4 day build up of this morphine, an on-call doctor service was called early on the morning of 18th April. Without ever meeting the patient, the doctor was happy to prescribe 'terminal care' for the first time, on the say-so of the patient's medically untrained wife, who lied about heart failure and terminal cancer.

This was Diamorphine, Haloperidol and Midazolam, to be put into the patient via two syringe drivers.He was kept on Morphine-by-Mouth for the first 36 hours of this 'treatment'. He tried to pull the syringe-driver needles out. This was construed by the doctor who eventually turned up - more than 24 hours after this noxious drugs cocktail had been forced into him, as 'terminal agitation'. So she increased the doses.

My sister and I were told by every nurse and doctor we asked, that he was dying of terminal oesophageal cancer. What reason would we have had not to believe them?

Over 6 terrible days and nights they murdered my father, in front of us and over our protestations that he had not been dying. After two days I had begun to be suspicious that we were not being told the truth. By the third day I was certain that he had not been dying. Every time I spoke to nurses or doctors, they put me down as a nuisance. I have copies of the notes which they wrote.

I appealed to the Primary Care Trust in charge of this treatment. They sent me straight back to the doctors who were killing my father. I demanded a specialist second opinion. They finally sent a doctor, the day before he died, whose only specialisation was in palliative and terminal care. - not in cancer of the oesophagus.

By the last morning, I had called the police out.

For two years my family has been fighting for justice, as every agency we have tried, has slammed doors in our faces. I have a large amount of documentation on a web site which I set up to find justice. Do take a look. ralphwinstanleyofwath.blogspot.com . That will bring up the page which has a list of postings. Go into the one called "Proof of Murder?"

During the last two intolerable years, I have been vilified and my character defamed, by all the people who have made it their business to cover up what happened.

That includes the entire Boards of three National Health Service Trusts, two Police Chief Constables, (South Yorkshire Police Force), two Coroners, ES Hooper, HM Coroner, South Yorkshire East District and Paul Kelly, HM Assistant Deputy Coroner,(and good friend of the first Coroner), North Lincolnshire and Grimsby District. Also all the Government agencies set up to police the antics of these people have let us down. Included are the Independent Police Complaints Commission, The Healthcare Commission, The Health Ombudsman, the Home Secretary, The Head of Constitutional Affairs, the Department of Health - the list is endless.

The only saving grace in this is that the first Coroner, demanding that money was paid into his personal account, sold me copies of my own father\'s medical records. They cost 1.10 per A4 sheet. What he did not expect was that I would pay the large amount (390.50), for a copy of every scrap of paper contained in those documents. They are far from complete, but they are the foundation for the two year fight which I and my family have had. (Just as well he was so greedy, I suppose.) We also had copies of the very much altered Nursing Notes from the last six days of my father\'s life. The alterations are very obvious as there are \'duplications\' of some notes which don\'t say the same things at all.

The alterations and anomalies and facts about how and why he was killed, have been brought to the attention of all parties, over and over again. They just will not listen.

Luckily my father had four blood children. We are all working together on this. Such support is the only thing which has kept us going through what I can only describe as absolute corruption.

The frightening aspect of this is that so many people seem to be thoroughly prepared not only to allow such murders to happen but also to ensure that no-one can get justice once it has happened. If all the \'accessories after the fact\' were taken into Court, their numbers would be in the hundreds.

If you can publicise this information, I would welcome it. If you want any more information, do come back to me.

Yours sincerely,
Charlotte




Date: Fri, 10 Mar 2006 20:50:57 GMT

Like the site.

I am a police constable at the moment (only just). I agree that there are many corrupt officers in the force, but that they are always protected.

I am an idealist and not liked by the Job. I am now suspended on highly dubious allegations. I have already been convicted, but awaiting an appeal. I was convicted of computer misuse offences (three counts) when I was actually checking on two suspect vehicles (abandoned and potentially suspect) and a moving traffic offence (off duty and the vehicle owner did not even contest this in court).

The Magistrates were clearly doing their shady duty also. Very sad as many colleagues have got away with murder (maybe literally in some cases).

Sorry to go on.

Nigel




Date: Tue, 7 Mar 2006 17:32:40 GMT

Congratulations on an interesting site, which I must come back to:
I was inspired to put together the following little note for some friends, which I also send you, despite duplication;

Best wishes,
Keith Mothersson
www.defendiran.org
www.julyseventh.co.uk

I am also a member of the nine eleven truth movement, in which we often use early abuse as an example of the kind of treatment which leads to denial: \'They couln\'t possibly do that, they are in Authority!\' So people are incapable of believing the evidence of our own eyes that from two planes three buildings came down at speed of air resistance (albeit falling through themselves, the path of max resistance): see www.nineeleven.co.uk/board/viewtopic.php?t=753

Anyway here is my little note: On the question of Child Abuse and the Mechanisms of Power (in no particular order)

http://www.thelawparty.com/FranklinCoverup/franklin.htm

Also check out joevialls on Soham trial (Upper Heyford pedo ring) and elearning e-mail
http://www.vialls.com/transpositions/pedophile1.html (Part 1 of 4)
http://www.vialls.com/transpositions/neuroleptic.html (Part 4)

this is a good summary of SOHAM http://realkillers.netfirms.com

Illuminati News: George Bush, The CIA, Mind Control & Child Abuse by Glen Yeadon - (Posted here by Wes Penre for Illuminati News, July 28, 2004) ... Glen Yeadon On January 28, 2003, amid the furor of the impending war with ...
illuminati-news.com/bush-cia-mc-and-child-abuse.htm

also check out
http://www.perceptions.couk.com/laworjustice.html#senior - lots of stuff here, including links to Dunblane stuff and general theory of abuse here: http://www.perceptions.couk.com/devices.html (haven't yet read fully around Perceptions site, it is very interesting, largely general psychological conditioning emphasised; less empahsis on malebonding and blackmail-entrapment dimensions which can be derived from Yeadon, I think)

There is a woman Sandra Uttley ( Google her) (ex Dunblane ambulance worker) who is petitioning the Scottish Parl for another inquiry into Dunblane, has upset some parents by readiness to team up with the gun lobby to try to get at the truth; campaigns with Doreen Hagger, William Burns and support of Lord Burton I believe.




The human (& animal) brain - News from Erthia




Hello Bill, check pal in India's use of HTTrack to burn a CD.

But hey - `Perceptions' updates all the time - so get the latest on-line.
ed@percs





Date: Sun, 12 Feb 2006 20:56:32 GMT

dear sir
i think your web site is best their is
is it possible to buy all the contents of the web pages on disk for reference
please write and let me know
yours faithfully
bill

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Date: Tue, 7 Feb 2006 21:19:35 GMT

Ray Dickenson - Thank you for sharing your knowledge - perhaps something more will come from your efforts -
Bruce P******


Bruce, thanks a lot - just learning how right A. R. Wallace was: - "Truth is born into this world only with pangs and tribulations, and every fresh truth is received unwillingly"






Hello Omprakash Dahal,
Think I'm with you all the way - especially your resolution to develop in some way.

If anyone can help with this, it would be appreciated.





Date: Thu, 12 Jan 2006 05:59:44 GMT

good mording
hello
i am omprakash dahal. i wamt to develop to people but i have no money .
INGO is seaech to pwour people . But they did not get to his work in sugefull .beacuse they didnot go to vigale beacuse they fear mowlist but i want this work . i am go to vigale to vigale. sorry your time send this letter .But i hope you give me this opperchiuti
thanks

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Date: Tue, 3 Jan 2006 23:20:49 GMT

Is there anyone actually investigating some of the things mentioned on here? Jill Dando's murder and elite paedophile rings for example. I'd hate to think that people are getting away with these crimes.
Thanks.

Hello, can't reassure you of anything.

Would recommend devices and psychos2 for background;
LaworJustice for effects, and power-of-zero for lack of motives - and perhaps ability - to investigate.

best
ed@percs





Date: Sat, 15 Oct 2005 11:34:02 +0100

Do you get a fair trial in the uk?
About 22years ago i took part in a political action in london to highlight the indisciminate and therefore illegal and imoral nature of nukes.

At one point i was await the court's attention and inadvertently witnessed the defence offered to the court of some foreign non-english-speaking defendant- "Your honour consider the police in this matter be botanist in an exotic garden, chancing apon an unuasual plant and taking it for a lilly when in fact it be an orchid."

Complete prattel - This guy has been hauled up on drugs charges and is fighting for his liberty and the barrister is giving it Alice in Wonderland. It obvious the defendant doesn't understand a word being said or the barrister would have had had to make some attempt at a cogent defense, but what gets me is the fat old judge lapping it all up, instead of telling him to make his point and stop wasting court time. They were all smiles and good humour and wig and gowns, they know what the gown and the wigs mean,

it means they are in, and it means everyone else is out. Its like the line from Beadknobs and Broomsticks, "it really doesn't matter what i say, as long as i say it with a flair."




Date: Wed, 31 Aug 2005 01:17:01 +0100

Excellent site Bro.
http://www.ukfathers.co.uk/
Best regards
Dave




Date: Sat, 20 Aug 2005 13:07:41 +0100

Hello, you are quite correct. You might be interested in the Charity Commission's response to my complaints that a narrowly based charity (two of the three trustees are former council employees) obtained property worth an estimated one million pounds from the council without any public consultation.

The property (the void inside a bridge support!) is being turned into a hostel for homeless people. The dishonest multimillionaire who is the driving force behind the scheme has been described as a "property tycoon" and stands to personally gain from degrading our residential area, yet four different people from the Charity Commission find nothing wrong!





Hi,
`Perceptions' analyzes public domain info, catering for beginners and professionals of all disciplines.  So if your son is interested in `Perceptions' he has a grasp of logic - and maybe of the public interest.

Find out more from page links - plus there's "Index" and "Search" for background - most from offical or academic sources. And feel free to use "MAIL PERCEPTIONS" - that's what it's for.

BTW - You might know that diagnoses of `schizophrenia' have been increasing, seemingly for social and political reasons - see *below.

[would've answered off-site - but you didn't give an email].

Best wishes
ed@percs

Note* - `psychology' & `psychiatry' are not sciences.

False diagnoses of `schizophrenia' [see internal report & external report] are increasingly used to disempower misunderstood minorities and those failed by corrupt education systems - by white middle-class `psychiatrists' who are not scientific or even impartial, but often serving class & race based imperatives - and their own interests.





Date: Thu, 18 Aug 2005 15:52:48 +0100

Could you tell me your qualifications, education, etc.?

My son has been trying to talk to me about some of the things you write about, but has been diagnosed schizophrenic. I want to help him, but don't know how.

Thanks.




Date: Mon, 27 Jun 2005 18:07:59 +0100 (GMT/BST)

B*****shire County Council is holding Ms Margherita Caminita, an elderly, disabled and partially blind italian lady in the UK, against her will and in total isolation with the help of corrupt italian authorities.

Having failed in killing her, the NHS' Mafia now fears that her testimony, in the Britain's budjet related involuntary euthanasia scandal, could land a lot of its politicians, doctors, nurses, diplomats and even police members in jail for a very long time !

Read it all on www.margherita-caminita.org/

Thanks!




Date: Fri, 24 Jun 2005 19:39:54 +0100 (GMT/BST)

Hi,
i was wondering if you could attach the folloing link to your site
.........reflections and views of Child abuse victims..............

thanks.
robbie ,....
robbiedempsey.blogspirit.com/

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