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UK Police Officers Oath: Hierarchy of Law


More on the TPTB’s dirty tricks (Constables’ Oath, The Crown, Common Law, the Human Entity, Legal Person, Birth Certificates, Contracts, Passports, Commercial Law, etc.).

Vid from: http://youtu.be/IqGurbfq980

Thanks to: http://www.freedominfonetwork.org/profiles/blogs/uk-police-officers-oath-hierarchy-of-law

” Your individual human sovereignty within the Hierarchy of British Law. The men & women who have sworn oaths to uphold authority and keep peace & fairness within the land of the United Kingdom. This video explains the oath of the Police Officer. “

 

Pinochet documentary screening sets off riot in Chilean capital


All over the world, The People are rising up against their oppressors.
Of course there will always be a section who will fight for the status quo.

Article from: http://elpais.com/elpais/2012/06/14/inenglish/1339679828_938138.html

More than two dozen people were seriously injured and 64 were arrested after a riot broke out in Santiago on Sunday during a screening of a new documentary honoring the late dictator Augusto Pinochet. …

At a nearby square, hundreds of demonstrators held what began as a peaceful protest against the Pinochet supporters. Chanting “murderer, dictator, thief,” about a hundred masked protestors rushed toward the theater, which was heavily blocked off by police.

More than 500 officers in full riot gear responded by firing tear gas and water cannon to prevent them from disrupting the screening. Officers pinned many demonstrators down during the two-hour skirmish. “The authorities who are currently in control were part of the Pinochet regime and were involved in genocide. That is why they are still trying to repress us,” said Lorena Pizarro, president of the Association of Families of Arrested and Disappeared. …

Vid from: http://youtu.be/OJtWdjnFmRw

 

Police Privatisation 999


 

Question: If the privatisation of the Police goes through, will we still have to ‘co-operate’ with them?

Video from: http://youtu.be/XFcnraGjBpI

“On May 17 Surrey and West Midlands police forces announced they were putting plans to push through privatisation worth £1.5 billion on hold until after the Olympics, when they would hold a public consultation. The plans have been put on hold because of stiff public opposition.

A survey carried out for Unite revealed that nearly 80 per cent of people polled in the West Midlands didn’t realise their police services were up for sale. The union had blamed WMP for trying to rush through the plans. Unite is warning that if West Midlands Police is eventually privatised it could begin a snowball effect with police forces selling off services to private companies across England and Wales.”

 

 

Protest: 2012-06-12 “Policing 2012 – Accountability & Results” Conference


Protest: 2012-06-12 “Policing 2012 – Accountability & Results” Conference

Via email:

” Following on from the very successful protest ‘ABOLISH THE IPCC’ CAMPAIGN4JUSTICE calls for a mass protest on the 12th of June outside the “Policing 2012 – ACCOUNTABILITY and RESULTS” conference.

We will be there from 9am through to 6pm, please make every effort to attend and express your concern. There are many speakers of note at this event including;

Participants will include (the delegates will be senior level police; CC’s and heads of authorities from most parts of the country):

  • police authorities
  • police forces
  • prison and probation service
  • national offender management service
  • central government departments & bodies
  • other local authorities, including county councils and unitary authorities
  • trade unions
  • academia
  • private, legal & voluntary sectors

High-profile speakers invited include:

  • Rt Hon Nick Herbert MP, Minister of State for Police
  • Martin Kettle, Associate Editor, Guardian – Chair
  • Paul McKeever, Chairman, Police Federation of England and Wales
  • Tom Winsor, Partner, White and Case
  • Derek Barnett, President, Police Superintendents Association
  • Drusilla Sharpling, CBE, HMIC
  • Sir Hugh Orde, President, Association of Chief Police Officers
  • Cllr Mark Burns-Williamson OBE, Chair, APA
  • Lord John Stevens, Chair, Independent Police Commission “

See also: http://www.connectpa.co.uk/conferences/policing/agenda.html

 

Remember: An alternative view of Memorial Day


From: http://youtu.be/-IRZ2scu40c

 

Unlawful Arrest: 2012-04-30 East Sussex


From: http://youtu.be/ELxWnstCJOU

Via: http://boingboing.net/2012/05/03/uk-woman-refuses-to-accept-spe.html

UK woman refuses to accept speeding ticket

 

Police State New Zealand


 

Someone once said that the first casualty of war is the Truth.

The Parasites That Be (TPTB) know that the unfettered sharing of information is their greatest threat to Global Goverance. The past 20 years has seen the growth of Internet – the greatest ‘equalising medium’. So, of course TPTB will seek ways in which to monitor and then control it.

New Zealand has now falling. The rest of the Pacific basin will soon follow.

Little by little the net closes around us all.

From: http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/politics/6625136/Search-and-Surveillance-Bill-passes

Via: http://www.oneworldscam.com/?p=564

Search and Surveillance Bill passes

Opposition parties say New Zealand has been turned into a “police state” after Parliament last night narrowly passed the Government’s controversial Search and Surveillance Bill.

Parliament last night passed by the Bill by 61 votes to 57.

It was opposed by all Opposition parties and the Government’s support partner the Maori Party.

Greens MP Stefan Browning said the legislation put the powers exercised by police in its heavily criticised 2007 so-called “terror raids” in Ruatoki in the hands of many government agencies.

Those raids led to the trial of the Urewera Four, who a jury this week failed to reach a verdict on the police’s case they were part of an organised criminal group.

Browning told Parliament the law went too far.

“The evils of the Bill go to looking at people’s texts, their voice mails, bugs in cars, chat room videos.”

Thousands of innocent people could have their communications caught up in electronic monitoring, Browning said.

Mana Party leader Hone Harawira said 70 different government agencies could obtain surveillance warrants based on suspicion a crime could be committed.

“This Bill goes way beyond what they have in Europe, in Canada and even in the US.”

If someone was detained under the Bill, enforcement officers could search a person’s workplaces and friends, he told Parliament.

“You don’t have to be guilty of anything, you don’t even have to be to be arrested. You only have to be detained.”

Mana opposed the Bill because it led to a “police state”.

“Where the liberties and freedoms most of us now enjoy will disappear, where the powers of the police will be extended without the approval of the judiciary, where the powers of government agencies will assume more authority that the rights of ordinary New Zealanders and where there will be an assumption of guilt not only on an alleged offender but on anyone who knows that person.

“Where enforcement officers can bug your granddaughter’s phone, install a hidden camera in your daughter’s bathroom, download the files from your wife’s computer and steal your files without even having to prove a crime has been or will be committed.”

Justice Minister Judith Collins said the new law brought “order, certainty, clarity and consistency” to “messy, unclear and outdated” laws.

There were a number of safeguards in the legislation to balance law enforcement and investigation powers with human rights values.

“We have achieved the right balance between the need for effective and modern search and surveillance powers, and protecting the rights of citizens.”

The legislation was originally debated before the last election but concern about its wide-reaching powers saw it sent back to be redrafted.

A temporary “fix-it” law had been put in place until mid-April.

Collins said some of the law’s provision’s would come into effect on April 18 so the expiry of the Video Camera Surveillance (Temporary Measures) Act 2011 did not endanger ongoing investigations using covert video surveillance.

Image from: http://aworldofprogress.com/wp-content/blogs.dir/2/files/2012/02/policestate.jpg

 
 
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