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Date: Fri, 25 May 2007 15:45:18 +0100 From: Campaign for Freedom of Information Subject: Brown to kill off FOI fees regulations

Dear Friend,

We thought you would like to know that there have been strong indications that Gordon Brown has decided to kill off the proposed fees regulations on which the Department for Constitutional Affairs (now the Ministry of Justice) was consulting.

This is referred to in an article "Chancellor to block moves to water down FOI' in The Daily Telegraph on 23 May, which stated: The Chancellor is ready to block plans drawn up by Lord Falconer which critics claim are designed to make it more difficult for people to obtain information from Whitehall. ...

The Lord Chancellor's proposals would mean the cost of inquiries included the time that officials took to decide whether to accede to a request, not just the time it took to track down the information. Sources said last night that Mr Brown felt Lord Falconer's plans were unsustainable.

However, while the Chancellor is prepared to block them when he moves into No 10, he believes that Richard Thomas, the Information Commissioner, needs to beef up his response to genuinely vexatious inquiries.

Officials believe that Mr Thomas can do more to deal with the relatively small number of people who submit repeated requests on the same issue, tying up officials' time in an endless paper chase."

Full article -

Best wishes,
Katherine Gundersen
Research Officer
Campaign for Freedom of Information
Suite 102
16 Baldwins Gardens


To clarify - at the moment the next prime minister-to-be, Mr Brown is "The Chancellor" (Finance Minister) but Lord Falconer is the "Lord Chancellor" (in charge of judges & courts etc)
Ray D

Date: Wed, 23 May 2007 17:40:19 +0100 From: Campaign for Freedom of Information Subject: Update on Maclean Bill

Dear Friend,

The Campaign has added a detailed analysis of how MPs voted in each of several key votes during the Maclean Bill's final stages in the Commons on April 20th and May 18th.  See

It has also published a detailed note explaining why the bill is not primarily about protecting constituents' privacy - the justification its supporters have given it. See

Best wishes,
Katherine Gundersen
Research Officer
Campaign for Freedom of Information
Suite 102
16 Baldwins Gardens

Thanks Katherine,
notes below say it all

Date: Date: Fri, 18 May 2007 12:21:41 -0700 (PDT)
From: Marsha McClelland
Subject: GOP wants to remove Ron Paul from the Debates

Please take a moment to help keep the debates free

GOP wants to remove Ron Paul from the Debate

Date: Thu, 17 May 2007 10:42:39 +0100 Subject: Maclean Bill returns to Commons on Friday

Dear Friend,

David Maclean MP's Freedom of Information (Amendment) Bill will be debated again this Friday (May 18th) when its report stage continues in the Commons.

The Bill would remove Parliament from the scope of the Freedom of Information Act and create a new exemption for MPs' communications with public authorities. It has been explained as a measure that would protect the privacy of MPs' constituents.

In a letter to MPs, the Campaign for Freedom of Information has said it believes the bill is unnecessary for this purpose. It says correspondence sent by an MP to a public authority on behalf of a constituent is already exempt under the FOI Act's existing exemptions. Moreover, the Campaign says this does not explain why it is proposed to remove Parliament itself (which does not hold MPs' correspondence) from the FOI Act's scope.

A separate briefing by the Campaign refers to a speech made this week by the Speaker of the New Zealand Parliament calling for New Zealand's Official Information Act to be extended to cover the New Zealand Parliament.

The briefing concludes:
"For Parliament to exclude itself from the Act would send a deeply negative message to the rest of the public sector. It would suggest that MPs consider that the drawbacks of compliance outweigh the public benefit. That would make it harder for those conscientious officials who are trying to persuade their colleagues to adopt an open approach and reinforce the views of authorities which are themselves resisting disclosure."

Today's Times has a joint letter signed by Article 19, the Campaign for FOI, Index on Censorship, Justice, Liberty and Unlock Democracy:

"We hope MPs will not support this measure, which would undermine their accountability to constituents. To pass this Bill would send an extraordinary signal to the public: MPs feel an obligation to pay lip service to transparency but are unwilling to take on serious openness obligations themselves."

See also:
Information threat - Letters, The Daily Telegraph
The credibility of Parliament is at stake, Mark Fisher MP - The Independent
Leading article: Cynical and slippery behaviour - The Independent
Why should MPs vote themselves a privacy law? - The Daily Mail

Best wishes,

Katherine Gundersen
Research Officer
Campaign for Freedom of Information
Suite 102
16 Baldwins Gardens


Thanks Katherine,
Here's today's `Guardian' comment `critics say the bill is aimed at keeping expenses and allowances secret'.

Date: Fri, 11 May 2007 11:52:31 +0100 From: Campaign for Freedom of Information

Dear Friend,

Jack Straw, the Leader of the House of Commons, expressed support for the Maclean Bill yesterday (May 10) and suggested that the Information Commissioner's decisions were undermining Parliament's intentions in relation to MPs' correspondence.

The Campaign has issued a press release criticising Mr Straw for this "totally unjustified" attack on the Commissioner and pointing out that any suggestion that he has ordered or encouraged authorities to release MPs' correspondence on behalf of constituents is "pure fantasy".

The press release also criticises the Labour Party's Parliamentary Committee which has written to all Labour backbenchers urging them to support David Maclean's Bill in the House of Commons on May 18.

The press release can be read at -

Best wishes,

Katherine Gundersen
Research Officer

Thanks Katherine,
BTW - some of Straw's personal record of lies and betrayal of trust is here & here & here & here & here.

Date: Mon, 30 Apr 2007 14:42:49 -0400

We have til the end of today to sign the petition to stop the FDA from ruling that all vitamins, supplements and alternative health care modalities are 'alternative medicine' which means that anyone who buys, suggests or practices any alternative health care will be practicing medicine without a license and will be fined or jailed for such practices under the new Codex Alimentarus law that is part of the European Directives.... New World Order......

Please click on the link provided below and check it out for yourself. More rights are about to be taken away from Americans as the present government tries to 'globalize' us. Take a moment to check it out and sign the petition.
Hugs, Alberta

Please go to this web site and check this out: and check this out you can sign a petition with a email due today.

God Bless

Date: Fri, 27 Apr 2007 12:50:23 +0100
From: Campaign for Freedom of Information <>
Subject: David Maclean Bill - debate delayed

Dear Colleague

David Maclean's private member's bill [below] to remove Parliament and MP's correspondence from the scope of the Freedom of Information Act was not debated today.

Mr Maclean withdrew it from the order paper last night and has rescheduled it for May 18th.

It is not yet clear whether the purpose of this change was:

(a) to avoid any further unfavourable publicity before the local elections;

(b) to ensure that it was debated on a day when it would be the first item of business.  Another bill, which completed its committee stage this week, had gone ahead of the Maclean bill in today's queue, increasing the chances of the Maclean bill being talked out again.

(c) to try and have the bill debated on a day when sufficient supporters of it (at least 100 would be needed) are there to force a vote to be taken despite any attempt to talk it out.

(d) some other so far unsuspected reason...


Maurice Frankel
Campaign for Freedom of Information
Suite 102, 16 Baldwins Gardens
London EC1N 7RJ
0207 831 7477

we've already got comment on this - see `parasitic MPs'

Date: Tue, 24 Apr 2007 09:47:49 +0100

did you know that a mother is being kept in prison charged with attempted child abduction?

The child she is being accused of abducting is her own which social services took away from her at 6 days old saying the child was at risk of harm as the mother had suffered post traumatic stress disorder earlier in her life due to being bullied at school, being raped by a known paedophile and finding her father dead.

Her own doctor has said she does not suffer any more  -   she took the child from an ss contact then called her mother both were arrested at Heathrow airport and locked in cells for three days whilst the grandmothers house was searched by police  -   they took her pc bank statement and other personal documents  - the grand mother is from Kenya and holds a dual passport she was refused the right to contact the Kenyan embassy whilst under arrest she has wrote to them about this.

The baby is in foster care   - all the mothers human rights were taken away even being stopped by ss from breast feeding her baby at 5 days old.

The baby was nine weeks old when the attempted abduction took place.  They will not allow any family members to care for the baby.

Date: Mon, 23 Apr 2007 16:04:10 +0100
Subject: Maclean Bill - Commons debate continues this week

Dear Friend,

David Maclean's Bill to remove Parliament from the scope of the FOI Act [below] was blocked ('talked out') in the House of Commons on Friday, by opponents of the bill who made lengthy speeches, preventing the final vote being taken.

However, the debate will continue this Friday 27 April.  At the moment it looks like it could be the first item on the agenda again, but this could change depending on the progress of other bills.

Opponents of the bill may have to be prepared to keep the debate going for at another 5 hours on Friday to block it again.

The main MPs who blocked the bill last week, were Norman Baker (Lib Dem), Simon Hughes (Lib Dem), Richard Shepherd (Con) and David Winnick (Lab). They will need all the help they can get from other MPs who oppose the bill if they are to block the bill for a second time.

You can help by writing to your own MP or any other MP you are in touch with expressing your concern that Parliament could legislate to remove itself from scrutiny under the FOI Act and asking them to oppose the bill on Friday. Unfortunately MPs tend to use Fridays for constituency business, so many may not be planning to be in the Commons on the day.

Those who opposed the bill last week, by voting for amendments designed to delete its key provisions, were:

Norman Baker
Lyn Brown
Mary Creagh
David Howarth*
Simon Hughes*
Martin Linton
Richard Shepherd
David Winnick

Those who supported the bill, by voting against those amendments, were:

Bob Ainsworth
Adrian Bailey
Henry Bellingham
Liz Blackman
Nick Brown
Andy Burnham
Ian Cawsey
Harry Cohen
Andrew Dismore
Brian H. Donohoe
Jim Dowd
David Evennett
Michael Fabricant
Ian Gibson
Paul Goggins
John Healey
John Heppell
Keith Hill
Gerald Howarth
Beverley Hughes
Huw Irranca-Davies
Helen Jones
Tessa Jowell
Alan Keen
Ann Keen
Greg Knight*
Stephen Ladyman
Peter Lilley
David Maclean
Thomas McAvoy
Steve McCabe
Anne McGuire
Shona McIsaac
Patrick McLoughlin
Tony McNulty
George Mudie
Meg Munn
Robert Neill
Brooks Newmark
Richard Ottaway*
Ian Pearson
Andrew Pelling
Stephen Pound
John Randall
Anne Snelgrove
John Spellar
Gerry Sutcliffe
Gareth Thomas
Tom Watson

Note that most MPs are not in the House on Fridays, which is why your MP may not be listed above.
* indicates that the MP acted as a teller (the MP who helps count the votes).  Although the tellers don't themselves vote, they are drawn from the side they count the votes for.

Our briefing on the bill is at . You can read last week's debate at

Best wishes,
Katherine Gundersen
Research Officer
Campaign for Freedom of Information
Suite 102
16 Baldwins Gardens


Date: 21 Apr 2007 11:54:43 -0700

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Date: Fri, 20 Apr 2007 04:38:16 -0700 (PDT)

The FDA, the enforcement arm of Big Pharma is at it again.  Please sign this petition and send it to everyone you know that will suffer because of big business attempts to steal your money and your health.

There is a crisis in health freedom.  On April 30, 2007 the FDA will close the public comment period on a "Guidance" which will classify every alternative practice as medicine so that only licensed physicians can carry out the procedure AND vitamins, minerals, herbs, etc., will suddenly become "untested drugs" which will be forbidden.

Bad?  Real Bad!  But public outcry can stop this assault on your health and your freedom.

Spread the word!  Tell everyone in your Circle of Influence, professionals, alternative practitioners, nutrient and herb companies, everyone!  Let them know how important their participation is to make sure the FDA backs off from this repressive course.

Please share this link with them and urge them to take action:

Yours in health and freedom,
Rima E. Laibow, MD
Medical Director
Natural Solutions Foundation

Date: Thu, 19 Apr 2007 11:46:57 +0100
Subject: Freedom of Information (Amendment) Bill

Dear Friend,

The Campaign has circulated a briefing to MPs on the Freedom of Information (Amendment) Bill, which has its report stage on Friday 20 April.

This Private Members Bill, introduced by David Maclean MP, would (a) remove Parliament from the scope of the Freedom of Information Act, and (b) create a new exemption under the Act for all communications between MPs and public authorities. The Campaign believes neither of these changes are justified.

The briefing can be downloaded from

Best wishes,

Katherine Gundersen
Research Officer

we've already got comment on this - see `parasitic MPs'

Date: Thu, 05 Apr 2007 23:04:39 +0000
Subject: Re: "witchcraft message"

Dear Ray,

You are no doubt aware that Ireland is the centre of satanic abuse and that many rituals etc are performed at the old pagan sites.  Great place to hide in a good catholic country where they still salute the men in dresses.  Women are the worst at falling for it.  Babies are sacrificed in Tuam and other places too.  No, I am not into that,,,, but I was present when people came for help to a Buddhist monk and witnesed some strange shapeshifters etc.  They can even make you ill by using black magic on crystals and drinks like whiskey...and the bottle never empties.  I just found this link.  Veronica Guerin got too close to this truth, but druggies were set up for it.

I just got in touch with Karen Kottmeier in USA and she informs me that this adoption fostering issue is world wide money racked and a social experiment in better breeeding of humand...eugenics perhaps.  Whatever way the cloned social workers work they pride themselves in stealing as many as possible and call themselves Terminator and Queen of removals.  Of course, I have known all this for years somwhere in my mind, but survival mode put me back asleep.  So, if they keep the masses busy surviving then they have no time to think or tune in.

Dear Catherine,
it is a huge world-wide problem.

From what I understand, it began with the "Age of Enlightenment" when people began to think scientifically, rather than believing that everything natural was 'God's Will".

Science is great and has been the cause of much progress in the world, but at a huge cost.

Adoption came about(I have read and heard) when certain "social scientists" began to tinker with the family, created utopian social programs, and experimented with 'breeding" better people (eugenics).

Anyway, now the governments are trying to redefine the family and are moving children from one family to another.

No one knows who anyone is anymore.

Heritage has been lost.

Adoption and child transfer have many supporters, to our misfortune.

It is a huge industry.

Here in the USA, we have multiple problems.

We have religious organizations and churches which are getting grant money from the government to do adoptions, so they are able to threaten young parents into surrendering their children.

In many cases, the young parents families force them to surrender the children.

We also have government social workers who can take children from their parents and place them in foster care if the house is messy or the parents look too poor.

Adopters are also encouraged to get children from foreign countries.

Adopters get tax subsidies and tax credits for adopting children.

Then the records are sealed and the parents and children cannot find each other.


I also discovered the hundreds of SS camps empty and ready for prisoners when lock down happens.  This lady thought I was mental you know as she lives in USA, but it is on google.  She might get a passport tomorrow as less than 10% of Americans have them.  Smart ones have 2

Thank you for all your truth.

Date: Tue, 03 Apr 2007 21:20:15 +0000
Subject: RE: Thanks for `witchcraft' message

Dear Ray,
I will let you have my whole story for what it is worth.  It is a short summary though.I tend to laugh at it these days, but for 12 years of homelessness, because of that system, almost killed me on every level.  I am posting lots of your links for people to see now.

I was asked to do the journey with no books and then I would find truth inside.  So, knowing it and proving it to people is difficult.  They needed evidence and proof in front of them, so you are a blessing.  Thank you.

I will re read this story and see if I need to elaborate or not on the witch bit.  I might have to fly off tonight you

Nothing like a secret gestapo court in holy Ireland.  Priceless.!!!!!!!!!!!!!  By the way my daughter is a jesebel too.  I am looking for

I am too powerful for a woman and needed to be taught a lesson.

Except, I did not die at all.  It made me stronger and I am going after my property soon.  It is Newgrange, would you believe.!!!  I now know why they wanted me out of it.  Thank you.  That only dawned on me this instant....

Enjoy.!!!!We all survived

Catherine Sara

Date: Wed, 28 Mar 2007 17:31:46 +0100

I find you site amazingly accurate.  Considering I heard all this in 1990.  I never saw it written until I clicked onto it through

I was born in Ireland the centre of shit as we say, but the church was a good cover up.  I was exorcised myself for being too advanced, so you know how it goes.  I lived to tell the tale and many more.

I just got back on my feet after being zapped by some predators myself.  I am sending many to your site as I want them to see it all in print and confirm what I have been saying.

Love and Light,

Date: Thu, 22 Mar 2007 03:12:13 GMT

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When a guy with a stone-axe said he `had a right' to take food from any family who didn't have weapons - I reckon


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