Wednesday, 20 June 2018

A small thanks to the Sikhs of England


Maj. Gen. Fazal Muqeem Khan, "Sikhs are very brave."

Pakistani General saluting the Sikh soldier.

 Maj. Gen. Fazal Muqeem Khan, author of book "Pakistan's Crisis of Leadership"

Subject: Portrait of Bravery

He wrote about the bravery of the Sikh soldiers during the Indo-Pak war. Here are some excerpts:

“The major reason for our defeat are Sikhs. We are simply unable to do anything before them despite our best efforts. They are very daring people and are fond of martyrdom. They fight courageously and are capable of defeating an army much bigger than them.”

On 3rd December 1971 we fiercely and vigorously attacked the Indian army with infantry brigade near Hussainiwala border. This brigade included Pakistan army’s Punjab regiment together with the Baloch regiment. Within minutes we pushed the Indian army quite far back. Their defense posts fell under our control. The Indian army was retreating back very fast and the Pakistani army was going forward with great speed.

Our army reached near Kausre-Hind post (Kasure). There was small segment of Indian army appointed to defend that post and their soldiers belonged to the Sikh Regiment. A few number of the Sikh Regiment stopped our way forward like an iron wall. They greeted us with the ovation (Slogan) of ‘BolĂ©-so-Nihal’ and attacked us like bloodthirsty, hungry lions and hawks. All these soldiers were Sikhs. There was even a dreadful hand-to-hand battle. The sky filled with roars of ‘Yaa Ali and Sat Sri Akal’. Even in this hand-to-hand fighting the Sikhs fought so bravely that all our desires, aspirations and dreams were shattered.

In this war Lt. Col. Gulab Hussain was killed. With him Maj. Mohammed Zaeef and Capt. Arif Alim also died. It was difficult to count the number of soldiers who got killed. We were astonished to see the courage of those, handful of Sikh soldiers. When we seized the possession of the three-story defense post of concrete, the Sikh soldiers went onto the roof and kept on persistently opposing us. The whole night they kept on showering fires on us and continued shouting the loud ovation of ‘Sat Sri Akal’. These Sikh soldiers kept on the encounter till next day. Next day the Pakistani tanks surrounded this post and bombed it with guns. Those, handful of Sikhs got martyred in this encounter while resisting us, but other Sikh soldiers then destroyed our tanks with the help of their artillery. Fighting with great bravery they kept on marching forward and thus our army lost its foothold.

Alas! A handful of Sikhs converted our great victory into big defeat and shattered our confidence and courage. The same thing happened with us in Dhaka, Bangladesh. In the battle of Jassur, the Singhs opposed the Pakistan army so fiercely that our backbone and our foothold were lost. This became the main important reason of our defeat; and Sikhs’ strength, safety and honour of the country, became the sole cause of their victory.

:cheers:


Tuesday, 19 June 2018

British Government destroying British Laws


You’re receiving this email because you signed this petition: “End the animal cruelty laws exemptions given to UK halal and shechita abattoirs”.


Dear,
The Government has responded to the petition you signed – “End the animal cruelty laws exemptions given to UK halal and shechita abattoirs”.
Government responded:
The Government encourages the highest standards of welfare at slaughter but respects the rights of Jewish and Muslim people to eat meat prepared according to their religion.
The Government is aware of concern about meat from animals slaughtered according to religious beliefs.
Current national regulations on religious slaughter have a long history. The issue was first debated in Parliament in 1875. The Slaughter of Animals Act 1933 introduced a legal requirement for stunning of animals prior to slaughter but contained an exemption where animals were slaughtered for consumption by Jewish and Muslim communities. Over the years the national rules governing religious slaughter have developed to provide additional protection to animals that are slaughtered in accordance with religious rites.
EU Regulation 1099/2009, on the protection of animals at time of killing, requires all animals to be stunned before slaughter except where animals are slaughtered in accordance with religious rites. The EU Regulation and the Welfare of Animals at Time of Killing (England) Regulations 2015 (WATOK) include strict requirements on where, how and who can slaughter animals in accordance with religious rites. These requirements are monitored and enforced by Official Veterinarians of the Food Standards Agency to ensure that animals are spared unnecessary suffering, distress or pain during the slaughter process.
The legislation also requires each person either handling or carrying out slaughter operations, including religious slaughter, to hold a Certificate of Competence. A person must undergo formal training, understand their responsibilities for the protection of animal welfare during slaughter operations and consistently demonstrate competent performance in order to pass the independent examination to obtain a Certificate of Competence.
Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs

https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/218343?reveal_response=yes
The Petitions Committee will take a look at this petition and its response. They can press the government for action and gather evidence. If this petition reaches 100,000 signatures, the Committee will consider it for a debate.
The Committee is made up of 11 MPs, from political parties in government and in opposition. It is entirely independent of the Government. Find out more about the Committee: https://petition.parliament.uk/help#petitions-committee
Thanks,
The Petitions team
UK Government and Parliament


It's all too easy for the Government to put out such a missive, but as they do not monitor the abattoirs, the butchers shops and food purveyors properly, it is meaningless. Have any of these officials been inside the industry?  I started as a 9yo in the family business in 1957 in Salford, Manchester, Todmorden, Fleetwood, Pendlebury & Bury. All outdoor markets and all strictly inspected otherwise illness would have been rife amongst our customers. 

 How do I know?  

We were purveyors of Cooked Meats, Hams, Chickens, pies, pudding and savoury meats in jelly and other staples foods.

So what do I know? I know this, the above reply from HM Government isn't fit to be toilet paper.

Saturday, 16 June 2018

Evidence being ignored in CSA cases. ITNJ Judicial Commission


I found this site purely by accident.  I know nothing about it or the people gving evidence.

All I know is that the evidence given here, by this brave former CID officer, resonates with so many who have tried, and not suceeded, in getting justice from those paid to defend British men, women and CHILDREN.

Britain appears to be let down by those in authority. The head of London Metropolitan Police has allegedly been fully informed, and from experience the wheels of justice not only turn slow, but have rusted locked against victims.  As an example, look back to Professor jays investigation into Rotherham and there has not been a single prosecution of an official for the malfeasance.  It's not just because a great number of perptrators are of a certain ethnic origin, but as the Sir Jim Sa-VILE history reveals, complicity goes all the way to the top.Evidence of CSA being Ignored

Thursday, 14 June 2018

Tommy Robinson Hallelujah Song

Tommy Robinson Hallelujah Song

I heard there was a secret court
Where journalists weren't allowed to report
cos you don't really care for freedom, do ya?
It goes like this, Britain has no 5th
The gavel falls and inJustice cuffs your wrists

That's not ok

Cos this is how they rule ya

How they rule ya

How they rule ya
How they rule ya
How they rule ya

But Tommy has been here before

He's seen these cells, and he's walked these floors 
Last time in here they tried to kill him
But he survived ya

They need these votes for the growing state

and haven't stopped who their voters rape
and it's not ok cos this is how they rule ya

How they rule ya

How they rule ya
How they rule ya
How they rule ya

There was a time in 'press you'd abore

What troubles were coming to your shores
but now truth is surpassed by lies and deceit
The State tries to say, "Tommy preaches racial hate"
but really it's a fear of a Caliphate
and the State says, "We must Take it! This is how we rule ya"

How we rule ya

How we rule ya
How we rule ya

How we rule ya

Paedophiles they celebrate

while Tommy Robinson they incarcerate
our politicians don't care for children, do ya?

The grooming gangs moved in on you

and groomed the kids who looked looked up to you
And they just said, Child
this is how this religion will rule ya

How they rule ya

How they rule ya
How they rule ya
How they rule ya

Tuesday, 12 June 2018

Owen Benjamin sings Tommy Robinson live on stage

Owen Benjamin - Tommy Robinson Song Live (Someone storms the stage)

50K views5 days ago
This moment was def a little jarring, but I'm glad I played this song. First non comedy song I've played during a show before.


Tommy Robinson goes International, with his InJustice...

British Governments response to Petition,Soldiers in N.Ireland

This is the instrument the government of today is using to victimise those who served in Ulster as part of Home Forces since September 1969. Read carefully:





The Government has responded to the petition you signed – “British Soldiers who served in N. Ireland must have immunity from prosecution.”.
Government responded:

This Government is unequivocal in our admiration for the Armed Forces whose sacrifices ensured terrorism would never succeed. However, our approach to the past must be consistent with the rule of law.

This Government will always salute the heroism and bravery of the soldiers and police officers who served to protect the people of Northern Ireland, and in too many cases paid the ultimate price. It is only due to the courageous efforts of our security forces that we have the relative peace and stability that Northern Ireland enjoys today. Our security forces ensured that Northern Ireland’s future will only ever be decided by democracy and consent, and never by violence. Over 250,000 people served in Northern Ireland during Operation Banner, the longest continuous military deployment in our country’s history, the vast majority with courage, professionalism and great distinction. This Government will never forget the debt of gratitude we owe them.
Criminal investigations and prosecutions are a matter for the police and prosecuting authorities who act independently of government and politicians. This Government believes in the rule of law. Where there is evidence of wrongdoing it is right that this should be investigated and, where the evidence exists, for prosecutions to follow. We do not support amnesties or immunity from prosecution.
This Government remains committed to the full implementation of the legacy institutions in the Stormont House Agreement of December 2014. The Agreement includes a commitment to establish new legacy institutions, among them a Historical Investigations Unit (HIU) to take forward outstanding investigations into Troubles-related deaths.
On 11 May 2018, the UK Government published a consultation paper entitled ‘Addressing the legacy of Northern Ireland’s past’. The consultation sets out how the institutions are designed to address different aspects of the legacy of the past. The general principles underpinning the proposed new institutions are set out, including the requirement to operate in ways that are balanced, proportionate, transparent, fair and equitable. The Government believes that these institutions, which represent the balance of a political agreement between all the parties to the Stormont House Agreement provide the best way to address the legacy of Northern Ireland’s past.
The HIU will deal with deaths in chronological order. This will ensure terrorist murders, including 185 murders of soldiers, are investigated and any evidential leads pursued. These include the murders of 18 soldiers at Warrenpoint in 1979 and eight in the Ballygawley bus bombing.
The HIU would take on the outstanding work of the Police Service of Northern Ireland’s (PSNI’s) Historical Enquiries Team and the outstanding legacy work of the Police Ombudsman for Northern Ireland.
In order to ensure expeditious investigations and to bring an end to investigations into the past, the HIU will be time-limited, with an objective to complete its work in 5 years and specific obligations governing the extent to which a case requires further investigation.
In contrast to the current investigatory mechanisms, the new institutions will be victim-centred but also include statutory controls on the way that they operate, such as time-limits, strictly defined remits and safeguards to protect national security. These measures aim to bring to a close investigations into the past and have the potential to provide better outcomes for victims and survivors who suffered most during the Troubles.
Northern Ireland Office
Click this link to view the response online:
https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/219576?reveal_response=yes
The Petitions Committee will take a look at this petition and its response. They can press the government for action and gather evidence. If this petition reaches 100,000 signatures, the Committee will consider it for a debate.
The Committee is made up of 11 MPs, from political parties in government and in opposition. It is entirely independent of the Government. Find out more about the Committee: https://petition.parliament.uk/help#petitions-committee
Thanks,
The Petitions team
UK Government and Parliament


The Government can decorate/wrap this Farce in whatever banner it chooses.  Hiding it under a Shyster's legalese only increases the aggravation and distress to those who did their duty. No matter how the Government words - puts - constructs this insidious statement, it elevates those IRA murderers beyond our laws, which this Government purports to support, thereby, by design or ineptitude, will harass and persecute loyal and proud soldiers to our graves.

If Parliament cannot be bound by the decisions of previous Parliaments, the first act of any legal authority, and I mean the Prime Minister and her legal team, is to withdraw all those Letters of Comfort afforded the mass murderers of the IRA and apologise to HM Armed Forces, the RUC and the victims of IRA atrocities.

Small wonder the Armed Forces cannot recruit sufficient brave youngsters to serve in HMAF.

Wednesday, 16 May 2018

House of Lords- Petition to abolish response from GOV

The Government has responded to the petition you signed – “Give the electorate a referendum on the abolition of the House of Lords”.
Government responded:
The Government is committed to ensuring that the House of Lords continues to fulfil its constitutional role as a revising and scrutinising chamber which respects the primacy of the House of Commons.
As set out in the manifesto, the Government is committed to ensuring that the House of Lords continues to fulfil its constitutional role as a revising and scrutinising chamber which respects the primacy of the House of Commons.
Whilst comprehensive reform is not a priority, the Government will also continue to work to ensure that the House of Lords remains relevant and effective by addressing issues such as its size.
The Lord Speaker’s committee on the size of the House of Lords, chaired by Lord Burns, made recommendations in October 2017 on ways of reducing the size of the House without requiring legislation. In response, The Prime Minister has written to the Lord Speaker and agreed to continue with the restraint she has shown so far when making appointments to the House. It is incumbent on all sides of the House to consider what they can do to further promote the culture of retirement. In light of the Prime Minister's letter, the Lord Speaker has asked the Committee to reconvene to consider next steps.
Cabinet Office
Click this link to view the response online:
https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/209433?reveal_response=yes
This petition has over 100,000 signatures. The Petitions Committee will consider it for a debate. They can also gather further evidence and press the government for action.
The Committee is made up of 11 MPs, from political parties in government and in opposition. It is entirely independent of the Government. Find out more about the Committee: https://petition.parliament.uk/help#petitions-committee
Thanks,
The Petitions team
UK Government and Parliament

Paedophile Grooming Gang - Petition reply

The Government has responded to the petition you signed – “Set up a public inquiry into the National problem of Paedophile grooming gangs”.
Government responded:
The Government takes child sexual abuse very seriously. It has set up the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse which is investigating the sexual exploitation of children by organised networks.
Child abuse is a despicable crime and the Government is committed to keeping children and young people safe from all forms of abuse. We are clear that if child abuse takes place it must be thoroughly and properly investigated and those responsible brought to justice – the race, age or gender of the perpetrators is irrelevant. Child sexual exploitation is not exclusive to any single culture, community, race or religion, and political or cultural sensitivities must not get in the way of preventing and uncovering it.
The Government is clear there should be an honest open debate on child sexual exploitation, including racial motivation.
In February 2017, the Government published the ‘Tackling Child Sexual Exploitation: Progress Report’ and announced a £40 million package of measures to protect children and young people from sexual abuse and exploitation and crack down on offenders. The ‘Progress Report’ details delivery of the ambitious programme of work set out in the 2015 ‘Tackling Child Sexual Exploitation’ report, and signals a step change in our national response to sexual exploitation and violence against children and young people. The full report can be found at: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/tackling-child-sexual-exploitation-progress-report.
Key Actions include:

• We have invested significantly in the law enforcement response to child sexual abuse, giving it the status of a national threat to empower police forces to apply their best skills and expertise to tackle the problem, and providing millions of pounds of investment through the Police Transformation Fund. This has led to a surge in police activity with an increasing number of cases prosecuted in the courts and heavy sentences handed down. We have invested in the frontline response to child sexual abuse, for example recruiting an extra 100 specialist rape and child sexual abuse prosecutors, establishing new investigative teams in the National Crime Agency, and launching a new Child Sexual Exploitation Response Unit to support social care, health and other agencies. Our new £7.5 million Centre of Expertise on Child Sexual Abuse is conducting research into types of offending, so that we can understand and target them more effectively.
• We have funded a large scale communications campaign – Together, we can tackle child abuse – to raise awareness and encourage the public to report child abuse and neglect. Additionally, we have published a revised definition of child sexual exploitation and targeted guidance and training, which will ensure professionals have a shared understanding of what child sexual exploitation is and how best to work together to tackle it.
• We have improved scrutiny through joint inspections of health, police and children’s social care focusing on the quality of frontline practice in dealing with child sexual exploitation and missing children. We have also launched a new national whistleblowing helpline, operated by the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC), for any employee who wants to raise a concern about how their organisation is dealing with a concern about a child.
• In the last 3 years, we have provided £7 million in funding for non statutory organisations which support the victims and survivors of sexual abuse, including child sexual abuse, £0.6 million of this funding was distributed directly by the Home Office to organisations working with victims and survivors of sexual abuse over a large geographic area.

In March 2015, the Government established the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse to consider the extent to which institutions in England and Wales have failed in their duty to protect children from sexual abuse and exploitation. The Inquiry operates independently of Government and, within its terms of reference, decides for itself what it investigates and how. It has already announced an investigation into institutional responses to the sexual exploitation of children by organised networks. The Inquiry also runs a Truth Project to enable victims and survivors of child sexual abuse to share their experiences in a confidential setting and make recommendations for change. The Inquiry’s work will help us all to understand what went wrong in the past and learn lessons for the future. Further information on the Inquiry, including how to take part in the Truth Project, can be found at: http://www.iicsa.org.uk.

Sentencing is entirely a matter for our independent courts taking into account all the circumstances of each case.
Home Office
Click this link to view the response online:
https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/212467?reveal_response=yes
The Petitions Committee will take a look at this petition and its response. They can press the government for action and gather evidence. If this petition reaches 100,000 signatures, the Committee will consider it for a debate.
The Committee is made up of 11 MPs, from political parties in government and in opposition. It is entirely independent of the Government. Find out more about the Committee: https://petition.parliament.uk/help#petitions-committee
Thanks,
The Petitions team
UK Government and Parliament

Monday, 12 March 2018

Service Charges, a rip-off

I have written to and received a reply from an agency whose remit is
to assist people in changing their Fuel Suppliers.
 
Like so many, I object strongly to paying a Service - they call it a 
Standing Charge.  No matter how I do the equation, I cannot satisfy 
myself that this Rule benefits the elderly, low user.  In fact, it is an 
extra TAX on beleaguered people, many pensioners and those on 
low earnings.
 
Why is it necessary for absentee occupants to pay for an unused 
service just because there are supply lines into the home?  It is the 
same with water. Standing Charges are immoral and an easy goto 
for poorly run Service Providers abetted by inept political mice.
 
 
Thank you for contacting us.

According to the recently introduced new rules from 
the energy regulator Ofgem, all new tariffs must now 
have a standing charge. It is up to the supplier to set
this standing charge and the standing charge can be set
to zero as well. An often heard rule of thumb is "If 
your home is empty for nine months or more per year, 
it's worth checking whether a zero standing charge 
tariff wins for you." However, there are not many zero 
standing charge offers available right now. Energy 
suppliers Ebico, Green Energy and Npower have zero 
standing charge tariffs available (please note though,
these are not dual fuel offers). 

Be aware that tariffs with a low standing charge are 
likely to charge a higher unit rate. Therefore, it is 
always wise to do a comparison of your current annual  
spending and your projected annual spending. We do 
cooperate with some of the suppliers who do not charge 
a standing charge so it might be worth signing up for 
the collective switching scheme and wait for the offer.
Alternatively you can look on a comparison website, e.g. 
the website of the Ofgem accredited The Energy Shop. 

We hope this has provided you with enough information.
 
If you have any further questions please let us know, 
we will be happy to assist you.

Kind Regards,

Rob
 
The average Standing Charges are in the region of 19p 
to 24p per day or £78 minimum per annum.  That is 
unreasonable and unfair.  The last quote I had to change 
my supplier showed an annual increase of £164. Most, not 
all, was Standing Charge.  The increase is because I am a 
LOW user and prudently do not run appliances when I need 
not.  For prudence, like so many pensioners, I am also
forced into a higher payment scheme. Robbed all round. 
 

Tuesday, 17 January 2017

Plusnet ref 141661835

Stephen Flanigan

To
Plusnet plc
The Balance
2 Penfold St
Sheffield S1 2GU

Your reference 141661835
15th January 2017

Dear Sir/Madam,

As Plusnet refuse to understand that because of your, Plusnet's, actions by sending me an Email with the closing date of 15th January 2017and by issuing an invoice which wrongly recharged for a service where payments were made in advance and in full, their actions have placed us IN DISPUTE.

As from previous correspondence, the contract was due to terminate on 15th February 2017 and either through neglect or error, Plusnet changed this date. Plusnet then ignored legal obligations of rescission, variation or waiver. There has been no dialogue with me, just instructions that
I,as a Party to an established contract, has to submit to Plusnet's wrongful invoicing thus denying me any say in the due process of contract negotiation. When I pointed out salient fact via the media Plusnet uses, I.E. the Internet, that Plusnet had changed our contract by error, their error strewn offices then stated that the customer is wrong in law by suggesting such. They compounded their error by sending another invoice charging again for payments already paid on signing that contract. By double charging and altering the expiry date of the contract, against my wishes, Plusnet entered a legal minefield of their own making. Like so many overpowerful monoplies their only recourse will be to employ expensive legal sharks to terrorise clients into a submissive state. Well, it hasn't worked!

Plusnet's landline, telephone and internet services have all been closed by me so that Plusnet cannot make another error and send me another false invoice, pro forma or otherwise. Whether anyone would want to have a contract with an organisation that does not undertake to fulfil in whole with their obligations is mute. The redress available to the courts could to ask if Plusnet's action can be put aside and put the client back into a position which the client would have been in had they not misguidedly gone into the Contract. This is a matter for the Courts. The sorry episode could be managed amicably and simply if the Company did not treat the Client like a mindless idiot.

Plusnet uses Email which the customer cannot reply to. They use Mobile but withhold the reply number. They advertise that they are easily available, telling the Nation they have the best Support Network in the Country!  This does not stand up or is supported by facts. I cannot be an isolated incident if one reads the plethora of complaints made by so many discontented clients of this and all the other  Communications Media Companies.

Now they have sent me a text message saying

“Hi Steve. We want to make sure you're getting the best value from your Plusnet services. We've take a look at your account and think that you could save by signing up to a new deal. We will be giving you a call in the next few days to discuss. Opt out: portal.plus.net

Rotten service all round