The Boy Named Sue.
I have been dealing with a legal action brought by serial Canadian litigant Richard Warman for the last – wait for it – TWELVE YEARS. No, that’s not a typing error – TWELVE YEARS. If that sounds mad, well, it’s because it is.
The action relates to what was said about him in Children of the Matrix published in 2001 – THIRTEEN years ago – in a chapter headed ‘The Gatekeepers’.
The action fits perfectly with Warman’s stated policy of what he calls ‘Maximum Disruption’ – setting out to cause maximum disruption to the lives of his legal targets, the number of which is absolutely shocking. A figure of 69 was mentioned in one of his cases last year and if that is not 100% accurate then he can let me have what he says is the number and I’ll add it here.
His legal campaigns have led to financially devastated lives, people being silenced and websites forced to close as a result. Despite this, Warman was given a ‘human rights’ award by the Canadian Jewish Congress.
How he can afford to pay all the lawyers he hires goodness knows – take this single action over 12 years alone.
There are many people in Canada who are now terrified of saying anything about Warman for fear of yet another lawsuit and more maximum disruption. I say ENOUGH.
‘Lets contain this liberal insanity in the California border. Do not let this disturbing trend from going national. Hearing about the court case being argued in LA county by the school district lawyers challenging the age of consent laws so a 14 year old student can have sexual and romantic relations with a teacher is repulsive. I thought this would never happen years ago. Today nothing surprises me.
It is bad enough we have the NGO of Pedophiles connected with the United Nations called N.A.M.B.L.A that calls for governments to remove the age of consent laws so they can come after my sons where we as parents of no say over it.’
‘After a full year of tortuous negotiations, the P5+1 group and Iran have now extended the nuclear talks for another six months. The move comes after foreign ministers from the US, Britain, France, Russia, China, Germany and Iran failed this week to conclude a final deal in Vienna on the long-running nuclear dispute.
Despite having secured an interim deal last November, which gave a partial lifting of international sanctions to Iran in return for Iranian self-imposed restrictions on its nuclear programme, the group of world powers could not in the end come up with a final accord on the deadline set for November 24 this week.
Media reports say that a new deadline has been scheduled for more than six months further down the road, on June 30 2015.’
‘US police forces are trained by Israeli military forces to ‘occupy’ the communities they are in charge of across America, a commentator tells Press TV.
“There is a problem in US police departments being trained very largely by the Israeli defense forces… which is an ‘occupation force’, so people are being trained in which to occupy the community,” Graylan Hagler, a justice advocate from Washington, said in an interview with Press TV on Monday.
He added that militarization of the US police force “will continue unchanged particularly in terms of the current trajectory that it’s on.”’
‘A high-tech, $219,000 conference table purchased by Kean University raised eyebrows on the school’s campus, where some students questioned whether the expense was warranted.
The 22-foot oak table was specially manufactured by a company in China, where Kean recently opened a campus, and serves as the centerpiece of a new conference center.
While school officials have reportedly dismissed criticism of the purchase, students on Monday said they were surprised the public university would pay so much. ”That’s ridiculous,” freshman Melrose Johnson said. “It’s a table. You’re just sitting around it.”‘
Durham County, North Carolina, has dropped an Israeli security company under fire from the BDS movement, prompting anti-occupation activists to claim victory. However, county officials were less equivocal about their reasons for searching for a new security provider, according to local newspaper The Herald-Sun.
Durham would be the first municipal area in the United States to drop G4S since the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement took on the private security company for doing business with the Israel Prison Service and operating checkpoints over the Green Line, according to anti-occupation group Jewish Voice for Peace.
Durham County officials have been under pressure to cut ties with G4S since this summer. Over 200 people protested in Durham against Israel’s Gaza offensive, denouncing the relationship with G4S.
‘Modern life can feel defined by low-level anxiety swirling through society: continual reports about terrorism and war; a struggle to stay on top of family finances and hold onto jobs. At the heart of issues like these lies uncertainty – the unknown likelihood of how ongoing crises will evolve over time.
When unpredictability or uncertainty prods us to consider the prospect of a bleak future, it fuels a state of apprehension that scientists study in the form of anxiety. Anxiety sits along a continuum of defensive behaviors we use when threats are somewhat remote from our current experience. It’s less extreme than the full-on fear elicited by direct, acute situations like an immediate physical attack.’
‘How to police the police is a question as old as civilization, now given special urgency by a St. Louis County grand jury’s return of a no-bill of indictment for Ferguson, Missouri police officer Darren Wilson in his fatal shooting of an unarmed teenager, Michael Brown. The result is shocking to many, depressingly predictable to more than a few.
Can the cops be controlled? It’s never been easy: According to one old sociological chestnut, the monopoly on the legitimate use of violence is what defines modern government, and this monopoly is jealously protected against the second-guessing of puny civilians. All over the country, the issue of restraining police power is framed around the retribution against individual cops, from Staten Island to Milwaukee to L.A. But is this the best way to impose discipline on law enforcement and roll back what even Republican appellate court appointees are calling rampant criminalization?’
‘This short piece of inflammatory propaganda below has been circulated by the Israeli Prime Minister’s office. It is dangerous and should be explained and put into context urgently:
1. The Temple Mount is not in a bubble, it is in Jerusalem/AlQuds (this much you know). But did you know:
2. If you are not Jewish in Jerusalem you do not have citizenship and do not have the right to vote for government. Palestinians have residency and although the majority of families have been stewards of the city for generations they do not have the right to vote for any national government.’
‘Relations between Israelis and Palestinians have descended into a dangerous melee of tit-for-tat attacks and killings, with the violence of the past few weeks centred on Jerusalem. The city, claimed by Israel as its “undivided capital”, has been torn apart by clashes between Israeli police and Palestinian residents since the summer, when 16-year-old Mohammed Abu Khdeir was burnt alive by Jewish extremists.
Subsequent attacks by Palestinians culminated last week in a shooting and stabbing spree by two cousins at a synagogue that killed four Jews and an Israeli policeman. In this atmosphere, both sides have warned that the political conflict is mutating into a religious one.
Mahmoud Abbas, the Palestinian president, cautioned that Israel’s intensified efforts to extend its control over the Al Aqsa mosque compound in Jerusalem’s Old City, including by imposing severe restrictions on Muslim worship,risked plunging the region into “a detrimental religious war.”’
‘A Turkish court has officially banned media coverage of a parliamentary investigation against four former ministers over corruption allegations.
On Tuesday the Turkish court ruled that the ban was issued to “prevent damage to the individual rights” of the former ministers.
A commission has been set up by Turkey’s parliament to investigate allegations against the former interior, environment, economy and EU ministers back in May.
The parliamentary commission’s first meeting was held in July and is due to conclude its work by December 27.’
‘The Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) has arrested six Ukrainian UN peacekeepers in the eastern city of Goma on charge of possessing Congolese military uniforms, a spokesman for the UN mission (MONUSCO) says.
“The guys have been caught. It’s not only the FARDC (Congolese army) uniforms but, I’m told, uniforms that belong to the Republican (presidential) Guard,” MONUSCO spokesman Kibayasi Seif Ibrahim in Goma said on Wednesday.
MONUSCO commander General Carlos Alberto dos Santos Cruz also met with Congolese army generals in Goma to discuss the fate of the Ukrainians.’
‘The Venezuelan government is set to indict opposition leader Maria Corina Machado over what it calls her involvement in a plot to assassinate President Nicolas Maduro.
The office of Venezuela’s state prosecutor said on Wednesday that Machado should appear in court on December 3 for being linked to a plot to assassinate Maduro and set the stage for a coup.
Machado’s office said in a statement that she will hold a press conference in response to the summons later in the day.’
Why would these people attempt to damage the work of someone who was at the front line 25 years ago before there was a ‘truth movement’ and has already done more to alert people to the truth worldwide than this lot will do collectively if they live to be a thousand?
Who benefits? The System.
Why would they be so quick to criticise the UK Column which is way further down the rabbit hole than they will ever be prepared to go?
Who benefits? The System.
You can expect some major attempts to discredit me in the next few months which are bubbling in the background at the moment because I am getting far too close to the truth and they know that I won’t be intimidated or silenced.
I take it as a compliment and I’ll just run at them quicker.
Watch this space and all that.