Archive for the Spin Category

Too Busy Bitching About Broken Windows…

Posted in Lawful Rebellion, Politics, Protest, Spin with tags , , , , , , , , , on March 30, 2011 by informedminds

I wonder how this world we are given to live in, with all its benefits and privileges, would look if we were able to hold those who lie to us, steal from us, abuse our misplaced trust. Be they in the government, judiciary, financial, religious, armed forces, police or any other ‘public’ office), up to the same level of scrutiny as is imposed on those who point out their lies…

Ever heard of malfeasance in public office? Sort of rolls off the tongue, doesn’t it? Or here’s a good one, what about treason? I could go on, the list of their crimes are myriad and guarded too by those we also trust to protect our collective rights…

No? – But we can sure bitch about a few busted bank windows and some graffiti, bemoaning the “damage to private property” but lets not worry about the devastation wrought by banker manipulation, fraud and let’s not sugar coat it and call it anything less than financial terrorism.

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Get Back In Your Box Little Debt Serf

Posted in Lawful Rebellion, Spin with tags , , , , , , , on March 8, 2011 by informedminds

Already the tone is changing in what is being put out, soon they’ll be rolling out the big guns.

How long will it be, I wonder, till we see this story in the mainstream in all its poisonous glory?…

Tax rebel leader demands magistrates summons Merseyside Chief Constable to court

The way forward? – Carrying on regardless as anticipated.

Today Mr Hayes told District Judge Lomax at magistrates’ court: “In county court, we arrested Judge Peake for treason and contempt of court.”

However, District Judge Lomax refused the application saying it was for “self-publicity” and that it was not coming before the court with “clean hands”.

Speaking outside the court, Mr Hayes told the Globe: “We will now take this application to a higher court and appeal the judge’s decision to not serve a summons to the chief constable.

“A key point in all of this is that I am happy to pay council tax, provided it is lawful.

“The way council tax is being applied is unlawful. I have written to Wirral Council but they will not reply to my letters. We are calling for everyone, under common law, to stop paying their council tax until change comes.”

The implication that Roger Hayes was acting unethically – “unclean hands” – is ridiculous, unlike the non-responsive council, Roger has remained in honour in his actions from every single account. He’s denied nothing, he wants to pay it, once they prove its lawfulness. If Roger Hayes is so wrong, why can’t they prove it? Everybody else pays it, is no answer.

Joe Rogan with his wonderful take on that:

‘Don’t get ideas’ – council leader’s warning to anyone considering joining tax rebellion

Obviously this is just a rehash of a previous article I already posted on, but the cheek of them, “nobody is above the law” indeed, what a joke – and of course we’ll see the Powers That Be dismiss everything, without EVER refuting anything.

Good Press, Bad Press?….

Posted in Lawful Rebellion, Spin with tags , , , , on March 8, 2011 by informedminds

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!

The smear campaign, it’s all your fault…

Posted in Lawful Rebellion, Spin with tags , on March 8, 2011 by informedminds

And so it begins!

“Make yourselves sheep and the wolves will eat you”

— Ben Franklin (January 5th 1773)

The smear campaign by the Powers That Be are beginning to take form, here we have the Wirral news quoting the Leader of Wirral Council, Counsellor Jeff Green who said:

“Have these people given any thought to what happens to the likes of Sure Start, public libraries or other services that people depend on? Not many people like paying tax but we accept the need for tax. I am disappointed this case has been adjourned, but in the light of the events that took place, understand the court’s decision.

Did this man miss the point, I think not, but he will not admit it. Yesterday seen a challenge of jurisdiction which, if they had proper standing and as they claimed “a properly constituted court” would not have been an issue. As to the cuts in public services, who does this numbnuts think he kidding, we the “feral under-classes” as we’ve been branded in certain quarters are not at fault for the ‘necessity’ of these cuts, not the teachers, not the unions, the protesters, nor the determined, selfless men and women who have recognized their absolute duty to enter LAWFUL REBELLION. Theirs is a maligned path, made so not just by Statist extremists and their special interest, but by a state of wilful ignorance and complacence of the common man.

“So long as the people do not care to exercise their freedom, those who wish to tyrannize will do so; for tyrants are active and ardent, and will devote themselves in the name of any number of gods, religious and otherwise, to put shackles upon sleeping men.”

— Voltairine de Cleyre (1886-1912)

There it is, like the abusive rapists they are, they will blame their victim for their own crimes, yes, we had it coming it seems. It was not the speculator, the bubble boom, bust, crash reality of the cyclical fiat financial empire of the city of London, and their willing accomplices in parliament of course. No, never that.

But when presumptions are shattered, force is countered, law as is commonly perceived – legislative-Statute, the colour of law – FORCE – is challenged and found wanting and unlawful, what then must the Powers That Be do? What else, but ad hominem attacks and the age old remedy of carry on regardless as seen by Mr Green’s own less than subtle threat…

“However, before anyone else considers not paying their Council Tax, let me assure everyone that Wirral Council is stepping up its activity to ensure that everyone pays their fair share. Nobody is above the law.”

Indeed, all are equal before the Law. A shame really that so few of the passive subjects see the truth of that age old maxim and that the State indeed does not agree… The law was the crux of the matter, and those public officers that are entrusted to administer it.

Finally, a quote of one of my favourite works, “The Law”, by Frédéric Bastiat (1848), p17.

How to Identify Legal Plunder

But how is this legal plunder to be identified? Quite simply. See if the law takes from some persons what belongs to them, and gives it to other persons to whom it does not belong. See if the law benefits one citizen at the expense of another by doing what the citizen himself cannot do without committing a crime. Then abolish this law without delay, for it is not only an evil itself, but also it is a fertile source for further evils because it invites reprisals. If such a law—which may be an isolated case—is not abolished immediately, it will spread, multiply, and develop into a system.

The person who profits from this law will complain bitterly, defending his acquired rights. He will claim that the state is obligated to protect and encourage his particular industry; that this procedure enriches the state because the protected industry is thus able to spend more and to pay higher wages to the poor workingmen.

Do not listen to this sophistry by vested interests. The acceptance of these arguments will build legal plunder into a whole system. In fact, this has already occurred. The presentday delusion is an attempt to enrich everyone at the expense of everyone else; to make plunder universal under the pretense of organizing it.