Theft Report

#1
This actually falls under pre-crime, because the theft will not take place until 00:01 hours, Tuesday 1st December 2009.

It is a notable theft and bears reporting. Many others have tried, and failed, to obtain police action. Politicians have been asked, and in turn, they have ignored our questions, and our documented demands that they cease and desist. Not surprising, when you learn that it is the politicians themselves that will aid and abet in the theft.

What will be taken?

A few small items. Items that we have had in our possession for around a thousand years. Antiques, then? Well, sort of. These particular ancient items are truly priceless. Countless numbers of people have died, have been imprisoned, and had their lives ruined in the obtaining and in the retaining of these precious items. We thought that they were safe, we thought we would keep them forever, but a group of mindless, thoughtless, greedy and inept people, charged with their safekeeping, fell asleep at the switch, and went to great lengths to ensure that the theft will take place.

Item 1.

Habeas corpus ad subjiciendum. Latin for "you may hold the body subject to examination". This undeniable right protects one from the state. Whilst it is in place, no-one can lock you away without having solid lawful reasons to do so. Today, if you believe that you have been incarcerated and no evidence supports that incarceration, you can demand a Writ of Habeas Corpus from the court. The court will then examine evidence that you should be gaoled, remanded, or sectioned. You might also be interested to learn that once habeas corpus is gone you can be incarcerated for up to eight months without charge. This item will be stolen just after midnight on Monday 30th November 2009.

Item 2.

Courts de jure. Latin for "courts by jury". Today we have some 70 courts in our land geared for jury trials. On Tuesday morning your right to be judged by ajury of your peers evaporates completely. All magistrates courts are now companies with limited liability. They are, for want of a better term, places of business. Justice is not dispensed. A negotiation takes place. Crown courts will now become de facto courts. Same stage, same actors, same anticipated outcome. You will part with money, or your freedom, based on the whim or the mood, of one man or one woman. This item will be stolen just after midnight on Monday 30th November 2009.

Item 3.

Innocent until proven guilty. On Tuesday morning we start playing a whole new game whereby you, the accused, are guilty until you can prove your innocence. Our age old method under Common Law is dumped without ceremony and we revert instead to a mix of Napoleonic and Roman Law. Instead of having to convince 12 good men and true (15 in Scotland) that you are innocent, you now have to prove to one man or onewoman that you are not guilty. This item will be stolen just after midnight on Monday 30th November 2009.

Item 4.

Loss of sovereignty. We are an ancient civilisation. People inhabited this land thousands of years before the Egyptians issued the tenders for pyramid building. Countless lives have been lost defending our little island. It had been a mecca for those wanting to live unfettered lives. Until now. Those immigration gates were flung wide and we invited in that Trojan horse, not filled with soldiers but with people intent on taking, taking, taking for themselves. Hundreds of thousands, millions, arrived under Labours watch, not to better themselves per se, but to help themselves to benefits we pay for. As I have previously stated on this blog, all are welcome. If they are prepared to work. The plan, masterminded by those fools in parliament, appears now to have been a deliberate act to dilute us, to weaken us, to take away inalienable rights, and give the immigrants more rights than naturalised Britons. Under the EU our sovereignty is dead and buried. No more English, no more Scots, no more Irish, no more Welsh. We are all european now. This item will be stolen just after midnight on Monday 30th November 2009.

Item 5.

Democracy. From the Greek demokratia-power to the people. The first democratically elected parliament was De Montforts in England in 1265. We shared this method of rule with others, and it spread. Many authoritarian systems have been toppled only to have democracy established. On Tuesday morning we give away this unique method of rule for an oligarchy. Mandarins in Europe are not elected. They are selected. No previous experience is required. Which is handy if you are a (well connected) imbecile. Fat salary, fat pension, fat chance of actually having to work for a living like the proles. Arguably, because of their vastly diminished responsibilities, we have no need for a parliament, no need of the traitorous monarch, and certainly no need to pay 646 goons and their back-room staff billions every year. Brussels will rule absolutely. They will waste our money with unimagined skill. Bye bye democracy. It was nice while it lasted. This item will be stolen just after midnight on Monday 30th November 2009.

I have to stop. This is far too depressing. I had another 15 or 20 items lined up that I had researched earlier today.

The theft of any one of the five items above shocks me to the core. I never thought that our own MPs would terrify me more than al Qaeda, but that day has arrived.

I have tried to avoid saying this, but I predict a riot. I predict running battles on the streets of Britain Euro Regions 1-8. I predict many deaths and much bloodshed once the sheeple awake to the nightmare I have envisaged for the last five or six years. The day has come and the thefts are planned. The loss of these items will, I fear, reverberate down the years. It is our undoing.

Legally, I could not have said any of this after midnight on Monday. To criticise the EU becomes a crime then.

What have we allowed to happen?

And, much more importantly, what will we do about it?

If you have any suggestions, get them in quickly. Tuesday morning cometh fast, and by then it will be too late.
From Captain Ranty

A sad day :(
 
#2
My friends ..... well people I know ..... well see occasionally, wonder why I have stock piled all that food / ammo / weapons and bought my Guy Fawkes mask, and striking black clothing with a rather dashing cloak.

The conservatives started removing our liberties, signing up for things in Euro Land we didn't need or want, removed our right to have things like hand guns (we may want to defend ourselves against an oppressive government), the Labour government with the excuse provided by our rag headed friends have taken things much further removing hard won rights and privileges we have had for centuries.

Now if you do not do as your told / stand up for yourself (Police wrongfully arrest you) you could find yourself in a mental hospital, awaiting the whim of a Doctor before you have a chance to be released. So mush better than a trial involving a jury? , and they can keep there for your own protection, sectioned, for years drugged and not a bother to anyone.

Face it everyone YOU ARE A PROLE !!! do as big brother says.

J

Edited to add this link The right to silence

Frightening reading.

J
 
#5
Track_Link said:
It's a shame the majority of Britons are more interested in the X-Factor than this...
Amen.
 
#7
jagman said:
So what you going to do about it?
Talk to people who will listen, let them know what they have lost / are losing, more I cannot do due to ill health etc. I don't have the luxury of leaving the country to pastures new like some of my friends and people on ARRSE have done.

I am sure those of us that served or are serving did not believe they would be helping in to power / serving what is basically a dictatorship?

J
 
#8
Booty said:
It reads like the melodramatic copy of a Daily Wail columnist.
Could you enlighten me as to which parts of the article are untrue?
 
#9
Booty said:
It reads like the melodramatic copy of a Daily Wail columnist.
Perhaps..

It is a little sad though to think we have been Royally shafted without so much as a whimper of defiance.
 
#10
Well done Bonzo for posting this - I just came accross it myself and was about to do same.

It's quite extraordinary that we're sleepwalking our way into this without so much as a whimper. The subdued response to your post is good enough evidence that people either don't know, don't understand or don't care; and this is a pretty right wing site on the whole.

We'll rise against this.......... at some point, although goodness knows when that might be, (perhaps many years hence), and no matter how they attempt to dilute our national spirit through demographic change, we'll wake up and make a stand against it. The British are historically very tolerant ........ until they are pushed to the edge. The Kaiser and Herr Hitler learned to their cost.. as will a bunch of euro bureucrats and idiot self serving politicians....... eventually.

It's days like this that test the spirit..... do you think fvck it - I'll just push off to Vancouver or join the Kiwi's or do I keep pressing on? The worst thing is of course....... as Track_Link said, most of the population are more interested in the X Factor contestants than they are their historic birthrights. Then again, as they are mostly the ones who will probably need the legal protection the old system offered it will mostly be their own fault they weren't listening.
 
#11
BiGbAddAbOOm said:
jagman said:
So what you going to do about it?
Talk to people who will listen, let them know what they have lost / are losing, more I cannot do due to ill health etc. I don't have the luxury of leaving the country to pastures new like some of my friends and people on ARRSE have done.

I am sure those of us that served or are serving did not believe they would be helping in to power / serving what is basically a dictatorship?

J
All of the foregoing forms part of the reasons why I choose to live overseas. I have also been a consultant to the European Commision and whilst it isnt all bad, I have seen the corruption from within. I have a number of friends and colleagues who live in Europe (I mean the continent, of course). Many of them are bemused as to the British lack of enthusiasm for participating in Europe. I see very strong parallels between those people and the rabbits in Watership Down who live close to the farmers "protection". We are doomed. Well, you lot are, I am off out of it.
 
#12
I left Britain 30 years ago when Maggie was setting up her slave state back in 1980,state-made unemployment,poverty wages and the realisation that I´d been ´mugged´to protect Europe from a non-existant enemy in BAOR.
The loss of Juries and having to prove you´re not guilty are just another step down the spiral staircase to a land fit for nothing.You don´t even have to work anymore to get on,I wonder what happens when the money runs out,maybe that´s why the so-called Government are stealing everything they get their hands on including your rights and liberty.
I really don´t understand your fears over Europe or the EU,yes they´re an overpaid bunch of prats at the best of times but they can be changed at their own Country´s Governments whim,Germany´s just done this as the CDU are now in power so kicked out the old SPD EU minister,easy.They might just be able to stop some of the Tyranny going on in Britain at the moment,where will you then go to get Justice,yep Brussels!
Old ladies and Grandma´s don´t get jailed over here for clipping a kid´s ear,as long as they´ve got a fixed abode,and If a student called a Copper´s horse ´Gay´he´d just get a laugh back and not a criminal record;Don´t call the Copper an Arrsehole though,that costs a lot of Euros but you still wouldn´t be jailed.
I like it here and I´m not planning to return to the UK permanently unless It´s in an Urn!
 
#13
Terrifying. And ashamed as I am to admit it, knew very little about it. Will be doing rather a lot of very careful reading from henceforth. Thank you for posting it.
 
#14
Bonzo_Dog said:
Booty said:
It reads like the melodramatic copy of a Daily Wail columnist.
Could you enlighten me as to which parts of the article are untrue?
Maybe the part that states It´s Illegal to Slag Off the EU?Can´t believe that one really or maybe It´s only in the UK?Certainly not an EU law!
 
#15
midnight said:
Bonzo_Dog said:
Booty said:
It reads like the melodramatic copy of a Daily Wail columnist.
Could you enlighten me as to which parts of the article are untrue?
Maybe the part that states It´s Illegal to Slag Off the EU?Can´t believe that one really or maybe It´s only in the UK?Certainly not an EU law!
Oh really?

This deems that political criticism of the European Union and its leading figures can be akin to the most extreme forms of religious blasphemy. It can therefore be suppressed - and punished without violating protected freedom of speech.

Ruiz-Jarabo Colomer ventured into blasphemy law in an opinion delivered on 19 October in a landmark free-speech case - number C-274/99 P. It involves a British economist, Bernard Connolly, who argues that he was unlawfully sacked from the European Commission for writing The Rotten Heart of Europe.

Last year Connolly lost his case in the EU's lower court, the Court of First Instance, which ruled that the EU has an undefined - and seemingly unlimited - power to restrict political criticism in `the general interests of the Communities'.
 
#16
Track_Link said:
It's a shame the majority of Britons are more interested in the X-Factor than this...
The majority of them would struggle to spell X factor. :roll:
 
#17
Bonzo_Dog said:
midnight said:
Bonzo_Dog said:
Booty said:
It reads like the melodramatic copy of a Daily Wail columnist.
Could you enlighten me as to which parts of the article are untrue?
Maybe the part that states It´s Illegal to Slag Off the EU?Can´t believe that one really or maybe It´s only in the UK?Certainly not an EU law!
Oh really?

This deems that political criticism of the European Union and its leading figures can be akin to the most extreme forms of religious blasphemy. It can therefore be suppressed - and punished without violating protected freedom of speech.

Ruiz-Jarabo Colomer ventured into blasphemy law in an opinion delivered on 19 October in a landmark free-speech case - number C-274/99 P. It involves a British economist, Bernard Connolly, who argues that he was unlawfully sacked from the European Commission for writing The Rotten Heart of Europe.

Last year Connolly lost his case in the EU's lower court, the Court of First Instance, which ruled that the EU has an undefined - and seemingly unlimited - power to restrict political criticism in `the general interests of the Communities'.
I'm not a big fan of the EU but lets not get to scaremongering. As someone who lives at the heart of the EU, let me dispel your fears, the EU are a bunch of scum bag fcukers who are nothing more than bureaucrats scoffing at the trough of tax payers money. If that's illegal I'm fcucked, but I suspect that's not the case.

I'll let you know tomorrow if the black helicopters descend on my place. But I'm hopeful of an early morning shag and shower before lunch.

You've more to fear from our home-grown politicians than those in Europe, don't kid yourselves.
 
#18
Ord_Sgt said:
Bonzo_Dog said:
midnight said:
Bonzo_Dog said:
Booty said:
It reads like the melodramatic copy of a Daily Wail columnist.
Could you enlighten me as to which parts of the article are untrue?
Maybe the part that states It´s Illegal to Slag Off the EU?Can´t believe that one really or maybe It´s only in the UK?Certainly not an EU law!
Oh really?

This deems that political criticism of the European Union and its leading figures can be akin to the most extreme forms of religious blasphemy. It can therefore be suppressed - and punished without violating protected freedom of speech.

Ruiz-Jarabo Colomer ventured into blasphemy law in an opinion delivered on 19 October in a landmark free-speech case - number C-274/99 P. It involves a British economist, Bernard Connolly, who argues that he was unlawfully sacked from the European Commission for writing The Rotten Heart of Europe.

Last year Connolly lost his case in the EU's lower court, the Court of First Instance, which ruled that the EU has an undefined - and seemingly unlimited - power to restrict political criticism in `the general interests of the Communities'.
I'm not a big fan of the EU but lets not get to scaremongering. As someone who lives at the heart of the EU, let me dispel your fears, the EU are a bunch of scum bag fcukers who are nothing more than bureaucrats scoffing at the trough of tax payers money. If that's illegal I'm fcucked, but I suspect that's not the case.

I'll let you know tomorrow if the black helicopters descend on my place. But I'm hopeful of an early morning shag and shower before lunch.

You've more to fear from our home-grown politicians than those in Europe, don't kid yourselves.
Sorry OS but it's going to take a lot more than your calming words to convince me otherwise. Solid evidence would suffice. agree that we have lots to fear from our home-grown poiticians, but they are headed one way - out and into a job in Brussels.

PS. If you are not convinced of the threat from the EU whilst living at the heart of it then, yes, you are fukced.
 
#19
Bonzo-Dog,
thanks for the link,a real eye opener and quite amusing to find that the original Court Case came from the UK as an Anti-porn film ban to protect Christian worshipers.The law though isn´t through yet in the EU and I can´t imagine ridicule of the EU being classed as Blasphemy,It looks as If some prat of an Euro MP has got his head stuck up his own arrse and won´t admit he´s made a mistake.
The title isn´t always a good guide to the content of a story,good read though and probably a good reason not to trust the Spanish:)
 
#20
Bonzo_Dog said:
Ord_Sgt said:
Sorry OS but it's going to take a lot more than your calming words to convince me otherwise. Solid evidence would suffice. agree that we have lots to fear from our home-grown poiticians, but they are headed one way - out and into a job in Brussels.

PS. If you are not convinced of the threat from the EU whilst living at the heart of it then, yes, you are fukced.
Like I said I'm happy to be proved wrong, but as some one who lives outside the UK, you have way more to be worried about than your home-grown pollies than anything the EU can throw at you.
 

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