Justice

Twenty-five-year-old Stefan Sutherland went missing on the evening of Friday 6th and Saturday 7th September 2013. He was last seen alive at a house in Shelligoe Road in the Caithness town of Lybster. His body was found ten days later on the shoreline at nearby Occumster Beach, just below the farm of his parents Sandy and Sandra, in the bare and beautiful Caithness coast.
“The powers of financial capitalism had a far reaching aim, nothing less than to create a world system of financial control in private hands able to dominate the political system of each country and the economy of the world as a whole. The system was to be controlled in a feudalist fashion by the central banks of the world acting in concert, by secret agreements arrived at in frequent private meetings and conferences.” - Caroll Quigley in his book Tragedy and Hope
The Nottinghamshire child abuse whistleblower's treatment in jail has once again degenerated into something out of Solzhenitsyn, or worse.
A further statement to the Scottish parlaiment by John Swinney has done nothing to clear up the confusion over the hated Named Person legislation. Quite the contrary, uncertainty seems to have grown.
There is an on-going crisis in Irish Government. That is nothing new, we have seen it before in the days of Charlie Haughey and Liffey-Gate. The nature of this crisis is different however. What it reveals is chilling.
Do we just have to take Lady Smith's word for it that there is no crass racism in the Scottish judiciary?
In precisely the same part of Ireland as the Dochertys faced much of their worst lawless persecution, a local anti-corruption campaigner has just been arrested in highly questionable circumstances.
As followers of the British Constitution Group and the UK Column newspaper will know, Grand Juries were convened on the last weekend of February 2015 at Telford to investigate misconduct by Crown officials who were alleged to have “suspended the law or the effect of the law” contrary to Articles 1 and 2 of the Bill of Rights 1688 by failing to cause justice to be done. The word “Justice” means to recognise rights and punish wrongs and the main focus of the weekend was child abuse.
Last year some 47,000 homes were repossessed by the banks leaving devastated home owners and wrecked families. Many of these repossessions were criminally fraudulent.
During the First World War, in 1917, a decision was made by the Government to “suspend” (infringe) the Common Law rights of the subject with respect to Jury trial.

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