Tag Archive | Legal

Dialect – Writing poetry: overcoming the legacy of child sexual abuse

Movie poster for Rich Peppiatt's film One Rogue Reporter, a pastiche of the poster for Kubrick's Full Metal Jacket, with a press reporter's hat instead of an army helmet

plus One Rogue Reporter: Richard Peppiatt comes to Bristol

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Simon Chapman joins us from the Bristol branch of the National Union of Journalists (NUJ) to tell us about a screening and discussion the union is organising at the Cube Cinema at 7:30pm on Fri 21 November.

Simon also discusses the redundancy of local staff reporters, press regulation and the owners of the Bristol Evening Post ‘Local World’, who are they?

One Rogue Reporter is the story of Rich Peppiatt, a tabloid hack who snaps over his red top paper’s fixation with sensationalism over truth. When the phone hacking scandal engulfs Rupert Murdoch’s News of the World, Rich decides to use the skills he’s honed on Fleet Street to turn the tables on the press barons peddling sex, lies and scaremongering under the cloak of journalism. The result is a hilarious documentary: part exposé, part comedy, part cri de coeur against unaccountable press power. Read More…


Dialect – Aldous Huxley – is hypnosis of the masses possible?

Charcot demonstrating hypnosis on a "hysterical" Salpêtrière patient, "Blanche" (Blanche Wittmann), who is supported by Dr. Joseph Babiński (rear). Note the similarity to the illustration of opisthotonus (tetanus) on the back wall.

plus the miscarriage of justice of 69 year old veterinary surgeon Maurice Kirk

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More about the terrible miscarriage of justice of 69 year old veterinary surgeon Maurice Kirk by South Wales police. This week his ex-wife Janet Kirk comes in to give us her version of events leading up to Maurice being imprisoned on trumped up charges. Maurice upset the daughter of a South Wales police superintendent who was linked to drugs and has been persecuted by the force ever since.

Andrew Dent reports on his partner who had a mental health episode – what did he learn from the experience?

Aldous Huxley speaks in 1962 about ‘The Ultimate Revolution’, the possibilities of a police state growing out of mass hypnosis.

Dialect – The Red Road To Arnhem UK/US/German fear of Communism in 1944

The Battle for Arnhem, old photo

plus A Dutchman’s view of the 1944 liberation of Holland

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The Red Road To Arnhem

Kees De Heyg from Dutch village of Ede, now living near Torun, Poland

Also here

Operation Market Garden and deals done between the Nazis and the Allies in 1944


Monday 20 October 2015

But before that….

This week we hear from Sabine McNeill from www.victims-unite.net about the latest litany of horrors from Britain’s injustice system. Fiona Woolf’s National Inquiry into Whitehall and Westminster Child Sexual Abuse. Cuts to the police, but is that good or bad for victims of abuse like Brian Peade. A young mum’s video about child snatching. The Association of McKenzie Friends. The International Conference on Child Removal in Prague organised through The Council of Europe. The latest on unjustly imprisoned Flying Vet Maurice Kirk and the ‘Too Much Ness’ of it all. Read More…

Dialect – Are Bristol Rovers FC property developers or just speculators?

plus with Diana Scrafton from TRASH Horfield campaign

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Diana Scrafton from TRASH Horfield explains that Bristol Rovers is a failed football club who hope to make £20-30 million from the sale of the First World War Memorial Ground they own in Bristol to Sainsbury’s Supermarket chain. But why is Bristol’s Mayor Ferguson, who came to power on championing small retailers, supporting the supermarket? Is George still friends with fellow Merchant Venturer Edward Ware who is on the board of Bristol Rovers?

Planning application is in to extend the hours to 12 midnight to 5am when Sainsbury’s delivery lorries will be allowed to come through the small roads to and from the proposed site. Land has still not been sold and Bristol Rovers are now suing Sainsbury’s.

Mixed reaction from Bristol Rovers fans as club to sue Sainsbury’s

By The Bristol Post | Posted: August 27, 2014

The proposed new Sainsbury’s store which is due to be built on the current site of the Memorial Stadium in Horfield
BRISTOL Rovers’ fans have given a mixed reaction to revelations that the club is suing Sainsbury’s over allegedly dragging its heels to build a new store at the Memorial Stadium.

The Bristol Post exclusively revealed yesterday that the club has issued a writ against the supermarket chain for alleged breaches of contract over the planned redevelopment of its current ground. It is claiming nearly £340,000 from Sainsbury’s as a result of legal fees and soaring building costs due to the alleged delays.

Rovers’ chairman Nick Higgs has come in for a kicking from some fans over the issue while others have given him their backing.

Jim Chappell, chairman of the Bristol Rovers Supporters’ Club, said: “It’s obvious to anyone connected with the club that there have been problems as building work has not started yet….


Extract from Brave New World author Aldous Huxley’s 1962 talk at Berkeley University, California entitled The Ultimate Revolution

Dialect – Civil prosecution against South Wales Police killed as plaintiff is arrested & jailed

plus 70 year old Maurice Kirk – appalling miscarriage of justice in Cardiff

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Celia Jeune is a former magistrate and the sister of jailed ex-vet and 70 year old aviator Maurice Kirk. Maurice was just about to file his final papers in a private civil prosecution of South Wales Police for persecution when he was arrested by South Wales police, charged, jailed on spurious charges and branded a dangerous threat to society. Read More…

Dialect – Maggie Tuttle: Children Screaming To Be Heard

screenshot of 'children screaming to be heard' website

plus Jason Yannacopoulos’ final Private Eye review

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Mike Bolton’s campaign for A Good Society:

We are in the worst recession in memory or longer. We have a government that is pursuing, nay, forcing through an agenda of wholesale privatisation, which was not of their election manifesto, nor has it been announced in the Queen’s speech. Their whole agenda is unconstitutional. Read More…

Dialect – Bristol Cannabis Club & NORML-UK

Disused corridor in Barrow Gurney

plus Austerity causing mental illness

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Consultant psychotherapist and psychiatrist Ray Brown tells us how his work as an anaesthetist and the psychology of people under anaesthetic got him interested in the profession. He takes us through the and effect of the closure of Barrow Gurney mental hospital. Austerity causing mental illness and depression since blameless vulnerable people are being blamed and then deprived of food. Section 136 of the Mental health act leaving hundreds of mentally ill people in police cells but a new unit opening as a ‘place of safety’ at Southmead Hospital.

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Dialect – CIA Leads US into war after war, tries for WW3

plus Facebook concedes on data mining, or does it?

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Jason this week looks at Private Eye again where he takes a look at World Cup corruption and the backtracking of David Beckham who is somehow involved in big FIFA decisions. Also the Major Projects Authority of the UK Government says the Government’s benefits reforms are grinding to a halt, presently hitting AMBER rating but we have not been told this was last year’s stating it was just kept secret! The secret courts judge Andrew Nicol earlier in his career explained why secret courts would be a total disaster. Thailand has just had a military coup and another death in Custody, this time in Brixton, results in a police cover-up and dark manoeuvrings.

Elia Pablo looks at Facebook’s plans for more openness, but are they just wanting more of our data to sell on to marketing companies. Here’s the article!

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Dialect – Corruption in sleepy Somerset: Weston’s Masonic Child Pornographer Mayor

plus why a British Army Intelligence Corps trainee dropped out

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Elia Pablo looks at passwords and the latest technology to make them secure this week. But the problem is that since the Edward Snowden revelations which began exactly a year ago this week we are realising that the NSA and GCHQ have access to almost all of them no matter how complicated they are. There are attempts to bring biometrics such as iris scans and face or fingerprint scans in to verify who you are but these are simple to copy and fake. Main piece of advice today is to stop using any kind of online banking as it’s arguably the most dangerous if its hacked.

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