Pathways Travelled – Land or Capital?

   “Those peasants did not of course “flock” to the factories. They were driven – as men are finally driven. By hunger. By desperation and despair.”       By Shirley-Anne Hardy “But that class of men in whom the strength of every government resides, and in whom resides also the … Continue reading

Alternative to Othodox Vaccination Programmes

  “In a sane and sensible society, and one which was not dominated by drug company greed, all vaccinations, if considered necessary at all, would be done using homoeopathy. All parents are entitled to the right to choose what is best for their children”       By Dr Sheila … Continue reading

Cathy’s Fluoride Deformed Horses

  Above: Bird, who, by age five had lost some of her athleticism and developed bony lumps on her knees.      Above: This image clearly shows a slice through of Bird’s deformed hoof.  By Elizabeth A McDonagh For Cathy and Wayne Justus, it was an important day. Six years … Continue reading

Dagger at Democracy

Please note, despite our efforts and that of many good people (although not enough people) in 2003, the Civil Contingencies Bill was later passed in 2004 by the House of Lords, this was made possible because the mainstream media remained silent!  Here we are today 2012, welcome to Soviet Britain. Perhaps we can … Continue reading

Elisabeth Beckett – Defender of the British Consitution – Her Untold Story

  Above: Mrs Elisabeth Beckett hands over a letter to her local Police Sergeant asking the Chief Constable of Penrith, Cumbria to protect her rights under the Constitution. Student of the British Constitution – 83 year-old Elisabeth stands alone against our TREASONOUS GOVERNMENT Will you look the other way?   … Continue reading

Ted Heath Subverted the Constitution

  By Albert Burgess   I am a French polisher by trade and a police officer by inclination. I am 63 years old and spent 12 of those years as a special constable, ten of which were with the Metropolitan police force and the last two with Thames Valley Police. … Continue reading

Lady of 83, student of the British Constitution

 Will We the People support her?  Or, as it has become our custom, will we turn our heads and look the other way? “A nation can survive its fools, and even the ambitious. But it cannot survive treason from within…” ~ Cicero Marcus Tullius~ Born January 3, 106 BC and … Continue reading

How to say NO to Blair’s ID cards

By Elizabeth Gray Firstly, if readers are not already aware, the intense (often behind the scenes, through the summer campaign) to stop the Civil Contingencies Bill failed, in that, on the 18th November, the Blair Government gained Royal Assent for this enabling legislation at the end of 2004. The Lords … Continue reading