Tuesday, 11 September 2018

The whereabouts of Melanie Shaw is still a mystery

Robert Green reporting on the Melanie Shaw court case, 5 September 2018:

"As expected, Melanie was not present at the latest hearing at Leeds Crown Court today."

"As you will be aware, I have issued two formal complaints about Judge Phillips, who officiated on 7th August. The grounds on which the complaint was made were based on what appeared to be his failure to apply due diligence towards the welfare and safety of the defendant."

"When Melanie appeared that day, in a clearly distressed and incoherent state, after being passed fit to plead just five days earlier by court appointed psychiatrist Professor Jennifer Shaw, the judge should have immediately called for an appropriate medical professional to physically examine Melanie to ascertain whether drugs had been unlawfully administered to her before her appearance or if the medication she needs had been withheld from her."

"His failure also led to the possibility of her being placed back into the hands of the very people who may have committed a criminal act against her. The complaints against the judge are ongoing."

"Today, Judge Phillips was replaced by Judge Neil Clark."

"I have no concern whatsoever about Judge Clark`s conduct. Although the requirements placed upon him were far from exacting, he seemed fair and understanding, stating only that no realistic decision could be made today, as Dr Quinn, currently responsible for Melanie`s welfare, had informed the judge that Melanie was unwell. The judge thought that she may need to be moved to hospital within the next few days, but there was no obvious indication, as we had feared, that any attempt to section Melanie was imminent."

"He saw no reason to change the date of the next hearing, the 4th October although he did consider the possibility, at the request of the prosecution, that an interim hearing about Melanie`s health, may take place on 28th September."

"We shall need to remain vigilant, of course, but there appeared today, at least on the surface, nothing that anything sinister was afoot."

"Around thirteen members of the public were present to observe the proceedings."

Robert Green


There have since been unconfirmed reports that Melanie Shaw has been released from prison into a psychiatric hospital.


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Friday, 7 September 2018

AI technology for shocking online child abuse

[UK Column 4 September 2018]

Mike Robinson: "Now yesterday we mentioned Sajid Javid making it his personal mission to deal with child sexual exploitation online; and I suggested that, perhaps, there was a bit more to this than meets the eye; because let`s face it, the British government for many many years of many political hues hasn`t exactly felt that this was a subject that they particularly needed to deal with."

"So they`re going to keep children safe online and as we made the point yesterday Sajid Javid said that he was absolutely the scale of the potential for abuse of children online; and so he had said that all technology companies had to step up their efforts to tackle online sexual exploitation; and that was the result of this figure of 80,000 people in the UK presenting some kind of sexual threat to children online; and a 700% increase in child images being referred to the National Crime Agency."

"But he said that while he was pleased at the efforts of online platforms to tackle online extremism following the government`s calls for them to do that a couple of years ago.... really they needed to do something about this issue as well. Well, as I say, you know, this seemed very fishy to me because government has done absolutely nothing in this area in the past. But we don`t need to worry because ... at the same time Sajid Javid is making this statement and saying that the social media companies and the big online companies needed to do something about this, well, Google just had a press release ready to go - just a pure coincidence Brian. It wasn`t staged in any shape or form; they just had it ready to go, this announcement, which took place about the same time Savid Javid was making his."

"And they`re saying that they are going to use AI to help organisations detect and report child sexual abuse material online. So this is a new free tool that they`re offering to service providers, NGOs and other technology companies which is going to be able to review content at scale and use deep neural networks for image processing. They can now assist reviewers sorting through many images by prioritising those that are the most likely to contain child sexual abuse material... So that`s good."

"So Javid had said that he wanted technology companies to stop child grooming taking place on their platforms. He said he wanted them to work with government and law enforcement to shut down live-streaming child abuse. He wanted companies to be much more forward leaning to help law enforcement agencies to deal with these types of crimes; and he said that he wanted them to show a greater level of openness and transparency and a willingness to share best practice and technology between companies. So if you were taking this problem seriously those suggestions are probably quite useful; but I maintain a healthy scepticism."

"Now the other item that he mentioned on his list was this: that he expected ... technology companies to block child sexual abuse material as soon as companies detect it being uploaded. And this one stuck out for me because ... this is identical  to the EU`s copy directive."

"Article 11 of that failed to pass in July which was all about the ability for technology companies to scan content as it`s being uploaded to their platforms and automatically censor content that they didn`t feel was appropriate. Now, of course, I am by no means suggesting that child sexual abuse material is appropriate to upload but of course this is ... about implementing, or finding an excuse to implement, certain types of technologies. I just reiterate the point that at no point in the last 30 years has the British government done anything to deal with this issue and suddenly now we`re dealing with it by implementing policies and implementing technologies which aren`t going to make a huge amount of difference to the people who are perpetrating these crimes but are going to make a huge amount of difference to us; because what this means is that all material being uploaded to these platforms is being scanned... under the cover of being scanned for the purposes of identifying this material."

"What else is going on today?"

"Well Cressida Dick the police commissioner for the Metropolitan Police said: `Vital evidence in criminal investigations held by tech and social media firms should be made available in minutes.`"

"So, in other words, what we`re building here - under the - this is a pretty cynical effort I think by Sajid Javid - to build a police state using child abuse ..."

Brian Gerrish: "As a way of levering in the censorship."

Mike Robinson: "Absolutely. And I`ll just say once again the British government has done nothing on this issue, and you know, I have to say I`m staggered that the various police authorities are able to offer any statistics on this:  Suddenly we`ve got this big statistic of 80,000 people and a 700% increase; because one thing we`ve been flagging up over the last number of years is how statistics with respect to child abuse and children in care and so on, these statistics are impossible to find because they`re not held...So how they magicked these up for this purpose is another question I`d like an answer to."

Brian Gerrish. "Very interesting. Well if we might pop the lovely Cressida Dick back on the screen there Mike I read this. It makes me wince: ...`Vital evidence in criminal investigations held by tech and social media firms should be made available in minutes`. "

"For what? Because, Ms Dick, when one of your own policemen, John Wedger, came forward with his evidence ... that the abuse of children...children dying, was being covered up by the Met police, by MPs, by local authorities and charities, your force did absolutely nothing with that evidence. In fact, they attacked John Wedger: bullied him, threatened him, put him on half pay, stopped his pay. So this was all on the watch of Cressida Dick and yet she`s now standing up to threaten internet companies that you better produce this information. Presumably she wants the information to help close it down, as was done with John Wedger. "

Thursday, 30 August 2018

Working together to create `social value`

Snippet from UK Column News 9 August 2018:

"Why would Gavin Williamson go to the Atlantic Council? Well this is what the Council say they are about:"

"Working Together to Secure the Future: Renewing the Atlantic Community for Global Challenges" 

"The Atlantic Council promotes constructive leadership and engagement in international affairs based on the Atlantic Community`s central role in meeting global challenges. The Council provides an essential forum for navigating the dramatic economic and political changes defining the twenty-first century by informing and galvanising its uniquely influential network of global leaders. Through the papers we write, the ideas we generate, and the communities we build, the Council shapes policy choices and strategies to create a more secure and prosperous world."

"Well," says Brian Gerrish, "We always say to our audience, `Do your own research` and if you do your own research on this, `Go and have a look at the people involved`. Now I just had a look at a couple. We`ve got pretty aggressive, tired, American military people. `Their interest`, as they state, `is simply America`s best interest`. So that doesn`t even include Britain. We`ve got a bit of a split personality here as well, but this one caught my eye. This is the Chief Executive Frederick Kempe."

"Before joining the Council, Kempe was a prize-winning editor and reporter at the Wall Street Journal for more than twenty-five years. - So we have a newspaper reporter [who] summons Britain`s minister of war to tell him, presumably, what he thinks that young Gavin should do. This would be humorous were it not for the fact that it`s think tanks like Atlantic Council that are producing the very policy that schoolboys like Gavin Williamson are then putting in place; and the dismantling of UK`s military is all part, of course, of helping the structure of EU military unification and the EU military bloc then forms part of the trilateral programme of the Americas, Europe and Asia .... But we`ll come on to more of that in our future news programme."

Building a Future that works for Everyone
Mike Robinson: "OK now today the government has issued its new Civil Society Strategy which is subtitled Building a Future that Works for Everyone. But are they? Now look this is fundamentally about the relationship between us as individuals and the state and this is probably one of the most important documents that the government has published in quite some time. This first Civil Society Strategy is the first produced in fifty years. They say it`s going to build stronger communities by bringing together businesses, charities, and the public sector and this is exactly what we`ve been warning about for a very long time: bringing together businesses, charities and the public sector..."

"Now why is this important? And why is this a problem for us? Well they`re saying that the strategy proposes significant reforms across the public and private sectors to build a fairer society... They say that people and communities and charitable organisations will be at the centre of decision making. This is Big Society on steroids, but here`s the main bullet points of what they`re talking about."

"Unlocking £20 million from inactive charitable trusts. So they`re going to steal money from inactive charitable trusts and this is going to support community organisations over the next two years and it`s going to be carried out in conjunction with the Charity Commission and UK community foundations." 

"They`re going to launch an `Innovation in Democracy` pilot scheme in six regions across the country. This will [innovate] creative ways to make a more direct role in decisions that effect local areas. So this is kind of extending the participatory democracy idea to include pilot schemes to get people to vote or have local referenda and these kind of things. It might include citizens juries or mass participation in decision making in community issues by online poll or app."

"OK. They`re going to establish an independent organisation that will distribute £90 million from dormant bank accounts. More stealing of money out of bank accounts. Now these are dormant bank account. They say that if you suddenly realised you had a dormant bank account and you`ve forgotten about it and you forgot your money was there that you can come back and reclaim that money at a later date. Well, it doesn`t matter; it`s still stealing people`s money."

"Creating an independent organisation to use £55 million from dormant bank accounts. What else are they going to do? They`re going to support charities to make their voices heard on issues that matter to them." 

"They are going to `strengthen Britain`s values of corporate responsibility, through the launch of a major new Leadership Group`. We`ll come back to that."

"They`re going to `use digital technology for good to improve the work charities can provide`. Does that mean for the benefit of people? Or does that mean they`re going to use digital technology forever? I think it means forever."

"But anyway they say they`re `improving the use of the Public Services (Social Value) Act 2012 to ensure that organisations can generate more social value for communities`."

"So this is what Jeremy Wright who`s currently the digital minister, the secretary of state for digital communities, digital culture, media and sports said: `Our plans stand side-by-side with the industrial strategy, supporting its drive to grow the economy, while creating an environment where people and communities are at the heart of decision-making.` So this all sounds very good. But let`s just remind ourselves of the Fusion Doctrine because that`s what this is all about. This is bringing businesses, charities and the public sector together with government, blurring the lines between them and removing any kind of restriction on their activities..."

"Can we demonstrate that? Well yes we can. Let`s have a look at the sort of opening words of the strategy document. It said. `For the purpose of this Strategy, civil society refers to individuals and organisations when they act with the primary purpose of creating social value, independent of state control. By social value we mean enriched lives and a fairer society for all. So there`s that word `fairer` again. What is social value actually ? Well, let`s go to the Big Lottery Fund which is, of course, one of the big funders of the Big Society and of course this is all about doing good, Brian. Creating social value is all about doing good. But when we actually look in a bit more detail we find that it`s Common Purpose ideology wrapped up in nice language as evidenced by the fact that Julia Middleton has been writing articles for the Big Lottery Fund on this issue and of course Julia Middleton, founder of Common Purpose, this ubiquitous so-called charity with political aims that provides leadership."

"And if we go back to the document again, to the main bullet points, of course, what they`re talking about here is a major new leadership group. So here we`re seeing Common Purpose connections right through this."  

"But here`s the key point. This is the main danger of this whole thing. ... Because, what is the relationship between us as individuals and the state? It`s based on this:"

The state may do nothing but that which is expressly authorised by law, while the individual may do anything but that which is forbidden by law.

Entick-v-Carrington [1765]

"This is a fundamental part of the common law constitution in the UK and it applies to every common law nation in the world and it was established formally by this case law Entick-v-Carrington [1765] It has existed since then. It`s existed for a lot longer than that piece of case law that simply rubber stamped what was already in existence."

"But here is the attitude of the local authorities and this was John Tradewell who was at the time director of Democracy Law & Transformation, Staffordshire County Council. And he says: `A local authority has power to do anything... Those are the words that everyone will hear and understand. As well as freeing us from parliament, the power will give us independence from government. We, not Westminster, know what`s in the best interests of our people and communities."

"No it doesn`t [have the power to do anything.] Let`s go back to this:"

"`The state, and its representatives like a local authority, may do nothing but that which is expressly authorised by law` John Tradewell says a local authority has the power to do anything. If the local authority has the power to do anything then it has the power to put you in prison without due process  or to do all kinds of things."

Brian Gerrish: "Well let`s remind people ... why we were interested in this gentleman because he was part of Staffordshire County Council which was taking children  - babies - wrenching them out of the hands of their crying mothers and trying to go after UK Column for exposing this heinous behaviour by Staffordshire County Council. He was part of the legal team who no doubt assisted producing their court documentation."

"Absolutely. So here`s the local authority. The local authority has the power to do anything. Those are the words that everyone will hear and understand. As well as freeing us from parliament, the power will give us independence from government. We, not Westminster, know what`s in the best interests of our people and communities." 

Brian Gerrish. "Right. And remember when the term `we` is used in reference to a County Council or a City Council we`re actually talking about the cabinet who hold the power within that authority..."

Mike Robinson: "And not the elected representatives."

Brian Gerrish. "Not the elected representatives. So Cabinet may only be eight people of which the chief executives usually control them like a private fiefdom. And. of course, they`re backed up by the vast numbers of people in their legal departments. So these are very dangerous entities. If they believe that they have the power to do anything or everything - that seems to be the case - then they`ve got all the tools to impose that power on the public, even though it`s public money that`s being used to pay their salaries in the first place."

"Absolutely. And I just say again, people should read that quote and be fearful of it because look at what he`s saying: `freeing us from parliament, independence from government, we, not Westminster. This is spectacular language."

"This is hidden city state language."

"Absolutely. It`s going right through this city region policy. This is a fundamental change in our relationship with the state as individuals and this new Civil Society Strategy takes us a step further because by merging government, local government, charities, the private sector together to `do good`, they`re giving all these bodies the idea that they have the power to do anything, ride roughshod over the rights of individuals. This is unlimited power and well we`ve been talking about this for a very long time and there are a host of articles on the UK Column website which have been trying to highlight the dangers..."

Heading for data capital of the world

"Intimate details of pupils` private lives are being shared among teachers in the latest Big Brother storm to hit Scottish schools."

"Information about children`s sexuality, personal opinions and even how wealthy their families are have been entered into a database that can be viewed by teachers on their laptops. The move has been backed by SNP ministers, who believe it will help tackle the growing problem of bullying in our classrooms."

"But Dr Stuart Waiton of Abertay University in Dundee said last night that the new database smacked of `Big Brother in the classroom`."

"The senior sociology lecturer added: `It`s a concern that teachers and education departments are becoming increasingly preoccupied with the minutiae of pupils` private lives."

"`This scheme appears to be part of the Named Person framework, which focuses on the vague idea of wellbeing and puts the state in charge of assessing and monitoring it."

"But it only encourages teachers to behave as quasi-social workers or therapists. They would be far better off focusing on the job of educating students rather than acting as Big Brother in the classroom.`"

"The `pupil-profiling` scheme is being piloted at Wallace High School in Stirling as part of the Scottish Government`s national bullying strategy. Ministers believe pupils` personal information will help teachers decide whether a child is more likely to be a bully - or a victim."

"Wallace High has set up a scheme in which pastoral notes on pupils are distilled into mini data packages that are then circulated to teachers."

"The pilot project allows staff to view updated digests of every child`s story on their laptops ahead of each lesson."

"The Government says the new approach will `identify trends` and that its success will be measured by computer analysis of the data."

"But Alison Preuss of the Scottish Home Education Forum branded the scheme `petty statism`. She said: `This will actually stand in the way of teachers developing good relationships and empathy with pupils, which is the key to beating bullying."

The data capital of Europe

At the Edinburgh and South East Scotland City Region Deal attended by Theresa May and Nicola Sturgeon, the first speaker said: "Our ambition is to be the data capital of Europe, a place with the mix of university led innovation, brilliant graduates and an ecosystem of entrepreneurial incubation and scale up and growth nestled next to global companies which drives growth and draws in investment."

Note the words: `data capital of Europe` and `nestled next to global companies`.  Regionalisation, big data and the establishment of a network of city states are global movements being pushed by our governments to centralise power FOR the benefit of the big global companies.

The speaker goes on: "As we sign the deal today we see the benefits in major initiatives which are already taking shape, many of which will unfold in this building"....  He sees some of these initiatives in open banking, in health and social care, robotics, communications technologies and the creative industries... Other benefits of the city region deal will be to "work across sectors, in education, local authorities, business, government, for shared ends and collective benefits."

Future leaders here we go !

In other words this is `joined up working`, Common Purpose language. It really means the dismantling of local democracy and the privatisation of public services, again, for the benefit of the big global companies, all dressed up in verbiage to suggest this is something wonderful.

Wednesday, 29 August 2018

Roelie Post in hiding

"Roelie Post worked for the EU in Brussels. She blew the whistle on malpractices and corruption in dealing with Romanian child trafficking. She was harassed and fired by the EU, and even has to repay her salary. She is in hiding but speaks out to GeenStijl's reporter Tom Staal."

Part of the Transcript:

Tom: "You`re fighting against a whole institution, so do you have any confidence? This seems to be an institution that`s a law unto itself."

Roelie: "To be honest, I have no confidence [in reaching a resolution] However, walking away and stopping [isn`t an option]; the case is also about the other issue, which is children`s rights. That`s what my fight is primarily about. I`m not so concerned about winning my pay case."

Tom: "So there`s more to your case?"

Roelie: "We have to consider what winning would look like here. Certainly, money is not trivial, I can`t live on fresh air. But it`s also about children`s rights; and that has to be resolved. No walking away from that.  Look, if I walk away these powerful forces are going to say, `Phew, she`s walking away! We`re rid of her`..." 
Tom: "You mean they`d never give up on trying to get you?"

Roelie; "Yes, I`ve come to that realisation by now. So this is something you can`t walk away from. So the only way out is forward and staying - literally - in the picture, keeping the case in the public eye, because that`s an insurance policy."

Tom: "But you`ve had to go into hiding. Are you able to go out on the street where you are now, or are you constantly watching your back?"

Roelie: "Yes, I`m constantly watching my back."

Tom: "If they`re such powerful entities, doesn`t their long arm extend even to where you are now?"

Roelie: "Well, they`ll track me down in the end alright. I`m under no illusions about that. But where I am now, it`s less straightforward for them to make me `have an accident`. It`s also less easy for them to intimidate me by getting people to hang around my front door or whatever. "

Tom: "This is a place where people are looking out for each other, you mean?"

Roelie: "Oh yes, very much so; and where strangers stand out. Quite the opposite of Brussels where I lived before. My house was 200 metres from the European Commission and you get all kinds of people passing by all day. In that situation, you never have a moment`s peace of mind but here I`m safe. On the other hand, I do have to watch out even here not to be out and about too much. So if I`m heading out anywhere beyond the next village, then I always use public transport and taxis. I don`t use my car for longer journeys. They - and now I`m saying `they`... well, the first time I had an appointment with my lawyer in Brussels, it seemed that I had a near miss from a very serious accident."

Tom: "Are you sure you`re not just seeing things here?"

Roelie: "Well, that`s just the problem. In 2004, what the [Belgian] police said to me was, keep a log of everything that happens, including what you were doing at the time. In other words to log `I was on my way to the supermarket` or `I was on my way to something else`.` So I started keeping such a log. When my car was stolen, I was doing X. When my house was broken into, I was doing Y. I was once nearly driven off a mountain by another vehicle and I logged what happened. So I could always account for what I was doing when something happened."

Tom: "But is there really so much money at stake in adoption that they`ve got it in for you?"

Roelie: "Yes and no. Of course, the adoption agencies want to make sure their salaries remain secure."

Tom: "So ultimately, it`s all about the money?

Roelie: "No, not just money."

Tom: "So what is it all about here? What`s their objective?"

Roelie: "There are more motives in the world than just money. Money in general is a prime motive, but there`s another powerful motive in the world and that`s sex, including, tragically, sex with children. There is a linkage between the adoption industry and paedophile networks and demand for children and the organ trade. This is because upon adoption, children acquire a new identity, and so you can `disappear` children that way. It sounds blood curdling; it is blood curdling."

Tom: "You were sitting right on top of this, weren`t you?

Roelie: "Yes."


See Roelie Post`s book For Export Only.

Thursday, 23 August 2018

Evidence from John Wedger

Brutal behaviour towards 14 year old girl

Published on 23 Aug 2018

"Lancashire Police Officer PC 2846 loses all self-control ... so much so that his female colleague can clearly be seen holding his arm to prevent him from slapping the young girl being arrested. PC 2846 then covers the body camera of his female colleague as she attempts to put the girl in handcuffs."

"This behaviour comes as no surprise to those who have seen the UK Police Force evolve into a de-humanised para-military."

In 2014, HUMANITY vs INSANITY was launched with a 3 part examination UK Police Behaviour:

Part 1 :
Part 2 :
Part 3 :

Wednesday, 22 August 2018

Plan B for Named Person scheme

"Anti-Named Person campaigners have accused the Scottish Government of trying to implement the controversial scheme by the back door even if the legislation fails."

"The accusation was made after documents retrieved via Freedom of Information showed that having a `Plan B` if MSPs reject the proposals was discussed at a meeting of unnamed government officials and advisers."

"A note of the meeting held in February made a list under the heading of `Contingency`. One point made was: `Plan B for if bill falls to make sure parts 4&5 can be implemented without information sharing.` Part 4 of the Children and Young People (Scotland) Act specifically refers to the Named Person scheme."

"Lesley Scott of the NO2NP campaign claimed the papers demonstrated that ministers intended to railroad the plan through even without political support. She said: `These worrying documents show the focus is clearly on implementing Named Person by the back door, regardless of whether the new bill gets through Parliament. Clearly, we are now dealing with a Government which is ignoring the UK Supreme Court, has no regard for the elected representatives of the Scottish people and is determined to shun public opinion`."

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Thursday, 16 August 2018

Airstrike hits bus full of children

"The Saudi-led military coalition fighting in Yemen’s war has said it will investigate an airstrike last week which hit a bus of children returning from a picnic."

"The Red Cross says last Thursday’s attack killed at least 51 people, including 40 children, after a missile hit the stationary vehicle in a market in Dahyan, in rebel-controlled Saada province."

"Footage of distressed children covered in blood arriving at medical centres sparked outrage around the world. The incident has also reignited debate over the role of Western countries such as the UK and US in supporting the coalition fighting Houthi rebels through both arms sales and operational support."