ABOUT TIME - While the move to highlight the crisis in the criminal justice system is welcome news to those accused of crimes in the future, what about those poor souls who were wrongfully convicted years ago. Even after release from prison some of those brought face to face with a weighted system that meant no chance of a fair trial, are still paying the price for the Government under funding and pressures on police to secure more convictions for less money. All of this seeking to retain the appearance of an Empire while stifling dissenters.


On top of that some police forces are guilty of institutional discrimination, being more than willing to lend councils a hand if trying to stitch up challenging members of the public, especially ones that are getting the hang of public appeals and have already won a few that have embarrassed them, as the involuntary advocate showed how vile their administrative practices were, to include bulldozing and animal sanctuary before the hearing of an appeal, doing their level best to devalue land owned by a builder who was in competition with a mason who was the son-in-law of am assistant district planning officer.



The British Empire comprised the dominions, colonies, protectorates, mandates and other territories ruled or administered by the United Kingdom and its predecessor states. It originated with the overseas possessions and trading posts established by England between the late 16th and early 18th centuries. At its height, it was the largest empire in history and, for over a century, was the foremost global power. By 1913, the British Empire held sway over 412 million people, 23% of the world population at the time, and by 1920, it covered 35,500,000 km2 (13,700,000 sq mi), 24% of the Earth's total land area. As a result, its political, legal, linguistic and cultural legacy is widespread. At the peak of its power, the phrase "the empire on which the sun never sets" was often used to describe the British Empire, because its expanse around the globe meant that the sun was always shining on at least one of its territories.

During the Age of Discovery in the 15th and 16th centuries, Portugal and Spain pioneered European exploration of the globe, and in the process established large overseas empires. Envious of the great wealth these empires generated, England, France, and the Netherlands began to establish colonies and trade networks of their own in the Americas and Asia. A series of wars in the 17th and 18th centuries with the Netherlands and France left England and then, following union between England and Scotland in 1707, Great Britain, the dominant colonial power in North America. It then became the dominant power in the Indian subcontinent after the East India Company's conquest of Mughal Bengal at the Battle of Plassey in 1757.

The independence of the Thirteen Colonies in North America in 1783 after the American War of Independence caused Britain to lose some of its oldest and most populous colonies. British attention soon turned towards Asia, Africa, and the Pacific. After the defeat of France in the Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars (1792–1815), Britain emerged as the principal naval and imperial power of the 19th century. Unchallenged at sea, British dominance was later described as Pax Britannica ("British Peace"), a period of relative peace in Europe and the world (1815–1914) during which the British Empire became the global hegemon and adopted the role of global policeman. In the early 19th century, the Industrial Revolution began to transform Britain; so that by the time of the Great Exhibition in 1851, the country was described as the "workshop of the world". The British Empire expanded to include most of India, large parts of Africa and many other territories throughout the world. Alongside the formal control that Britain exerted over its own colonies, its dominance of much of world trade meant that it effectively controlled the economies of many regions, such as Asia and Latin America.

In Britain, political attitudes favoured free trade and laissez-faire policies and a gradual widening of the voting franchise. During the 19th century, Britain's population increased at a dramatic rate, accompanied by rapid urbanisation, which caused significant social and economic stresses. To seek new markets and sources of raw materials, the Conservative Party under Benjamin Disraeli launched a period of imperialist expansion in Egypt, South Africa, and elsewhere. Canada, Australia, and New Zealand became self-governing dominions.

By the start of the 20th century, Germany and the United States had begun to challenge Britain's economic lead. Subsequent military and economic tensions between Britain and Germany were major causes of the First World War, during which Britain relied heavily upon its empire. The conflict placed enormous strain on the military, financial and manpower resources of Britain. Although the British Empire achieved its largest territorial extent immediately after World War I, Britain was no longer the world's pre-eminent industrial or military power. In the Second World War, Britain's colonies in Southeast Asia were occupied by Japan. Despite the final victory of Britain and its allies, the damage to British prestige helped to accelerate the decline of the empire. India, Britain's most valuable and populous possession, achieved independence as part of a larger decolonisation movement in which Britain granted independence to most territories of the empire. The transfer of Hong Kong to China in 1997 marked for many the end of the British Empire. Fourteen overseas territories remain under British sovereignty.

After independence, many former British colonies joined the Commonwealth of Nations, a free association of independent states. The United Kingdom is now one of 16 Commonwealth nations, a grouping known informally as the Commonwealth realms, that share a monarch, Queen Elizabeth II.






SILENCING OPPOSITION - Articles 9 and 10 of the European Convention are supposed to protect a person's right to challenge authority. It is hardly surprising where councils pursue what amounts to eugenics agendas in secret sessions, that members of the public suffer. Because of this secrecy institutional discrimination is rife and flourishing. Hitler used his SS and Gestapo in exactly the same way, but more directly to suppress opposition to his Nazi ideals. The police in Sussex are used in precisely the same way to target would be political activists. Action group members are likely to receive visits at their homes and may suffer arrests. If you pose a really serious threat to the cozy relationships that council officers enjoy, you might be fitted up for a crime that you did not commit. The British justice system is skewed so that it may be used just like the Gestapo, to imprison challenging members of the public that the UK can no longer export to their colonies.






Let's no beat about the bush, the British Empire may be dead, but Her Majesty, via her copious civil servants and appointed Governments, is doing her best (their best for her) as head of the Commonwealth to resist giving the masses equal rights as per the international standards adopted by the United Nations and subsequently the European Convention of Human Rights.


While the 16 nations included in the Commonwealth may observe UN protocols to a better standard, the core nation remains obstinate in refusing their citizens a right to a fair trial and subsequently a right to an appeal. Many citizens in the UK are shocked when they finally realise that there is no right of appeal as in other European countries. In the UK a single judge (stooge) vets applications for appeal, refusing those inconvenient to Blunkett Law, for example. In UN law compliant countries there is no single judge, an application for appeal is an automatic right. I.e. there is no filtration system - no eugenics agenda and no concentration camps - as prisons for the wrongly convicted become.





Most readers will not know that if you are convicted of a sexual offence, that you are required to undertake course that are designed to prevent re-offending. The fact that these courses actually increase re-offending is another matter that will be discussed elsewhere.


The point is that mental torture ensues as pressures are applied to inmates (even those wrongly convicted - hence innocent) to undertake correctional course that are likely to bring those without any inclination to commit sexual crimes in close proximity with those who are potentially repeat offenders.


Innocent men are thus liable to come face to face with aspects of sexual crimes that may artificially stimulate a latent urge, or even instill a subconscious seed concerning such issues that is damaging to normal parenting and normal social endeavours.


A privilege system is employed where those maintaining their innocence are deprived of exercise and association that is sure to be harmful in terms of Article 3 mental torture, where the innocent in the system are punished.


Not surprisingly, some men and women who are innocent give in to these pressures and admit guilt even where they committed no offence. Time and again DNA tests have revealed that some prisoners confessing to guilt were in fact innocent.


HMP Bure in Norfolk is just one of the British prisons that operate such agendas. British prisoners are transported to this outpost, regardless of the difficulties such geographical location may present when in comes to visits when it comes to someone with family at the other end of the country.


There is no separation between prisoners who smoke and don't smoke and British prisoners cannot vote. Imagine the pressure on a non-smoker who has devoted his life to keeping healthy, when they are locked up in a prison with a high proportion of smokers and the lack of an effective ventilation system effectively guarantees that they become passive smokers.


Obviously, there should be prisons for non-smokers, or at the very least, wings in prisons for non-smokers and no smoking allowed in exercise yards and other common areas. Nelson Kruschandl was one such prisoner. Complaints about the smoke and violation of the Health Act 2006 were made to the Prison Governors various and prison visitors to no avail. Being forced to inhale tobacco smoke involuntarily is akin to the Nazi laboratory experiments on humans, such as those performed by Joseph Mengele and Ilse Koch. The Governors who run such prisons and who know full well what they are doing, may be seen as fulfilling the role of concentration camp commandants, being every bit as guilty of war crimes as the Nazis during World Way Two.


British Governments do not want you to know about the conditions in Britain's prisons nor to publish anything that reveals what it is like to suffer incarceration for your political convictions rather than an actual crime.









One of the problems with the British justice system is that the Criminal Cases Review Commission appear to be part of the subtle eugenics programme that has taken a hold, leading to many convictions that are unsound to say the least. The injustice is perpetuated in some cases by the Courts who are not as independent as they are supposed to be or as you might believe.


Indeed, the CCRC, CPS and High Court Judges are infested with masons who refuse to declare this impediment to impartiality.


Where a brother Judge has steered a trial to gain a conviction for a brother mason and is caught out later by the evidence, or the fact that there was not full disclosure, or that disclosure was prevented because the police failed to secure the crime scene, in some cases deliberately to secure a conviction, the CCRC will look the other way.


The CCRC can do this at the moment because their remit is not Article 14 compliant. Three High Court Judges are quoted as saying that the Commission are: "entitled to take a view." What they were saying then is that the CCRC are exempt from Article 14 discrimination and that they can treat one person differently to another person in near identical circumstances.


In one case that we have information of that person had called off an engagement to the daughter of a mason. The man in question was threatened by his former fiancé and her daughter that if he dared to leave their family that they would get him.............


The Sussex Police did not secure the crime scene, not securing a video collection of The Bill and Casualty episodes that the daughter had built up, nor their computers, and most especially not the work diary of the woman who had been jilted.........


By way of contrast, the Sussex Police did secure the defendant's computer, but having done so in the hope of finding something incrimination, then failed to disclose to the Jury that there was nothing on it other than a profile of the defendant that revealed nothing other than his conservation concerns and battles with his local council.


Several emails between the claimant and her mother and the defendant, that damaged their case were also not revealed by the Sussex Police in their rush to convict a man on no evidence other than the say so of the claimant.


Another flaw in their argument was that the girl had claimed multiple vaginal penetrations, but that her hymen was intact. In this regard the jury were most obviously deceived by the so-called expert that the police called to give evidence at the trial. An authoritative study of marks that were presented the Jury in this case as suspicious, tells that the marks the State's expert relied on were naturally occurring.


The revision of Sex Laws by David Blunkett and Harriet Harman guaranteed higher conviction rates by denying those accused a fair trial and reversing the burden of proof in sex cases. That coupled with the reductions in public funding for defendant's on Legal Aid, ensured that disclosure and other issues related to the sealing of crime scenes and proper investigation, etc., would disadvantage the defence further. From any angle, looking at cases such as this you may care to agree that the British justice system is so far removed from a level playing field as to be a virtual kangaroo court.









The Commonwealth of Nations (formerly the British Commonwealth), also known as simply the Commonwealth, is an intergovernmental organisation of 53 member states that are mostly former territories of the British Empire. The Commonwealth operates by intergovernmental consensus of the member states, organised through the Commonwealth Secretariat and non-governmental organisations, organised through the Commonwealth Foundation.

The Commonwealth dates back to the mid-20th century with the decolonisation of the British Empire through increased self-governance of its territories. It was formally constituted by the London Declaration in 1949, which established the member states as "free and equal". The symbol of this free association is Queen Elizabeth II who is the Head of the Commonwealth, and while there are over 31 republics and five monarchies who have a different monarch, the Queen is the ceremonial head of state and reigning constitutional monarch of only 16 members of the Commonwealth, known as Commonwealth realms. The position of the crown remains legally distinct from the position of monarch and the position of the Head of the Commonwealth.

The Queen has since ceased to be the head of state or have any formal position in several nations of the commonwealth including India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Malaysia and Singapore.

Member states have no legal obligation to one another. Instead, they are united by language, history, culture and their shared values of democracy, free speech, human rights, and the rule of law. These values are enshrined in the Commonwealth Charter and promoted by the quadrennial Commonwealth Games.

The Commonwealth covers more than 29,958,050 km2 (11,566,870 sq mi), equivalent to 20% of the world's land area. It spans all six inhabited continents. With an estimated population of 2.419 billion people, nearly a third of the world population, the Commonwealth in 2014 produced a nominal gross domestic product (GDP) of $10.45 trillion, representing 14% of the gross world product when measured nominally and 17% of the gross world product when measured in purchasing power parity (PPP).







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