Good Press, Bad Press?….

Reading the Daily Mail article today  by Angela Eagle you may be forgiven for seeing in a favourable light. It is not overly aggressive, so can we consider any press to be viewed as good press or not?

“In chaotic scenes, police rescued Judge Michael Peake from the clutches of a mob and escorted him safely from the County Court in Birkenhead, Merseyside.

Officers were force to scramble over court benches to control the near riot as one protester shouted to ‘seal the court’. Another sat in the judge’s chair at the head of the court and declared the defendant be released.”

By all accounts so far, the scene was noisy… OK, extremely noisy… Given that it was quite clearly heard outside the building. But frankly it must be said that had the Lawful Rebellion practitioners were extremely peaceful and that was the REAL problem for the ‘authorities’… Hardly a “near riot”, and most certainly nothing for the police to get their teeth into.

The definition of the British Constitution Group (BCG) as “anti-establishment” and “anti-authoritarian”, is just ridiculous, at every point Roger Hays has, in my opinion, stated that the BCG just want an even playing field – one law for all and justly applied. He said as much in his presentation in January of last year on the Lawful Rebellion page entitle “Lawful Rebellion & Alternative Governance“, hardly a call to arms and violent revolution, isn’t it?…

We just want them to do their duty, but we have had to come to terms with the disappointing reality that it just won’t happen unless we effect the changes we need ourselves.

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But really, it’s often not ‘what’ is said, more like ‘how’…

“The demonstration was sparked when a prominent voice in the BCG, Roger Hayes, from Wirral, faced a bankruptcy hearing for non-payment of council tax.”

Where is the mention of the previous challenges to court jurisdiction and the legality of Council Tax, where he has had the audacity to expose PUBLICLY the fraudulent practices of Local Councils and lay bare the utter corruption of the British judiciary. Therein lies the crux of the matter, with great bravery and superb skill he has directly challenged the establishment, I know many that have successfully fended off the Corporate State and its agents through peaceful non-compliance and using some good common sense. The difference is, those guys don’t make the papers do they?

“We are not advocating the removal of this or any other so-called supposedly democratically elected government… As far as we are concerned, if you voted for them… You can have them!”

-Roger Hayes (British Constitution Group)

Isn’t it a delicious irony that we that deny the warmongering Statist whoresons their pound of flesh are branded the the “tax-dodgers“, a few million half of which goes on council pensions and NOT on services as opposed to the likes of Vodafone and their £6 BILLION tax-dodge. Oh yes, equality before the law… Bollox!

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