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

UK Government finances British Fluoridation Society

“We find it particularly obscene that the Government should continue to finance the British Fluoridation Society.”     Rt Hon Jack Straw, Constituency Office Richmond Chambers, Richmond Terrace, Blackburn BB1 7AS Water fluoridation is unethical and illegal Dear Mr Straw Public opposition to fluoridation is now a major political issue. … Continue reading

Population Exposed to Environmental Uranium

Increased Risk of Infertility and Reproductive Cancers!             By Leuren Moret   PART 1 OF 2   GUARDIANS AND CARETAKERS: “The Navajos help guard the land for the Hopi. We don’t want them to leave. This is their sacred land, too. The White Man is … Continue reading

Tears Behind Closed Doors

Diana Holmes completed one year of her SRN (State Registered Nurse) training. The ensuing years were plagued by ill health and many misdiagnoses, she eventually ended up in a wheel chair. Diana is a courageous woman who has strived to help many thousands suffering with her helpline. The research she … Continue reading

The Choice of Life

   By Kathleen Murray   February 29th, 2004 – achining with flu, then feeling an ache and pain from a lump in my breast. Oh yes … that lump … I’d forgotten about it. How long had it been there? Guilt. I noticed it ages ago – but only in … Continue reading

Effect of Fluoride on the Thyroid Gland

By Dr Barry Durrant-Peatfield MBBS LRCP MRCS Medical Advisor to Thyroid UK     There is a daunting amount of research studies showing that the widely acclaimed benefits on fluoride dental health are more imagined than real. My main concern however, is the effect of sustained fluoride intake on general … Continue reading

Tribute to a Great Lady – Elisabeth Beckett

Elisabeth Beckett (29th July 1924 – 7th February 2009) “Champion of the British Constitution and fearless avocate of Liberty and Justice” ~ The Namaste Team “I am old and now seriously ill. I cannot die without making clear to you, that you have broken your oath to us your people.” … Continue reading

Tribute to an Extraordinary Campaigner

This article is published in Namaste Magazine Vol. 7 Issue 3 PO Box 127, Shrewsbury SY3 7WS Email: info@namastepublishing.co.uk Jane was intelligent, articulate, a stauch campaigner who fought on behalf of the people for justice and human rights           Jane Jones 1938-2004       By … Continue reading