Tuesday, June 30, 2015

Hero navy veteran now living in a car: Homeless after 24 years of service

A WAR hero awarded an MBE for years of service has been forced to live in his car.
Martin lives in his Vectra UNWANTED: Martin lives in his Vectra [BPNS]
Royal Navy veteran Martin Budgen says the authorities turned their back on him when he hit rock bottom.
The 59-year-old, who suffers from severe post-traumatic stress disorder, relies on baby wipes to keep himself clean and eats at the local food bank.
Martin said: “I’ve served my country and I don’t expect anything back but I just want a roof over my head.”
“I’ve served my country and I don’t expect anything back but I just want a roof over my head”
Martin Budgen
Martin, of Bridport, Dorset, served for 24 years but was forced to move into his Vauxhall Vectra after housing problems.
He was offered a studio flat but turned it down, claiming it was unsafe, dirty and “crawling with fleas”.
Martin added that he would just like to “feel safe and wanted” in the country he helped to protect.
A spokesman for West Dorset District Council said it was trying “to provide solutions for this complex situation”.
http://www.dailystar.co.uk/news/latest-news/450867/Navy-veteran-homeless-homelessness-navy 

Goldman-Sachs Boss, Bilderberg Member Peter Sutherland: Europe Needs More Refugees from Africa, Syria

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Declares mass migration good economically and socially.
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June 29, 2015

Following a meeting with Pope Francis, the boss of Goldman-Sachs International and Bilderberg attendee Peter Sutherland said European countries have not taken their “fair share” of refugees from African countries and Syria.
Sutherland told RTÉ radio 240,000 immigrants flooding into Europe each year is not an economic burden on countries such as Germany and the United Kingdom.
On the contrary, he said, a quarter million or more immigrants a year represents an economic and social benefit for Europe, Britain and Ireland.
“Governments have to lead by giving the positive news that migrants are good for a community, economically and every other way rather than constantly expressing them as a burden because they are not really a burden,” Sutherland said. “Within a very short period of time they contribute positively to the community in which they live.”
Sutherland cited studies he said demonstrate the economic benefits of mass migration into Europe from Africa and elsewhere.
Migrants Cost Europe Billions
A report by University College London, however, found that migrants in fact represent a huge economic drain on host countries.
According to the study, non-European migrants living in Britain have drained public finances by almost £120 billion since 1995.
The situation is similar in Germany, by far Europe’s most prosperous and productive nation.
In December, the president of the Ifo Institute for Economic Research, Hans-Werner Sinn, contradicted a study carried out by the Bertelsmann Foundation that concluded each immigrant to the country contributed 22 billion euros ($26,863) to the welfare state in 2012.
Sinn told Frankfurter Allgemeine that in fact “on the net balance sheet, immigration cost the state more in social costs and other issues than it brings in through taxes and social contributions.”
“Faced with this situation, we should finally begin a non-ideological debate on immigration policy which is not driven by the quest for political correctness,” he added.
Despite numerous studies showing the negative economic and social impact of mass migration on Germany and Europe, the European Union, the political establishment and the corporate media are in favor of it.
“Uncontrolled, unskilled Third World immigration is the economics of the madhouse, yet respectable politicians like Herr Schaeuble (Finance Minister) in Germany support it and, until recently, virtually the whole British political establishment were gung-ho for it, and still would be were it not for Nigel Farage,” writes Vincent Cooper.
Failed Multicultrualism
Contrary to proclamations by Sutherland, Schaeuble, and the political establishment in Europe, the mass migration of Muslims into a largely Christian Europe has resulted in a serious social crisis.
“Europe’s high youth unemployment rate and limited economic mobility has long been cited as a major factor for young people becoming radicalized and joining terrorist organizations like the Islamic State militant groups,” writes Howard Koplowitz .
He cites German Chancellor Angela Merkel who once supported the idea of multiculturalism in Germany.
“We kidded ourselves a while. We said: ‘[Immigrants] won’t stay, sometime they will be gone,’ but this isn’t reality,” she said, according to the BBC. “And of course, the approach [to build] a multicultural [society] and to live side by side and to enjoy each other … has failed, utterly failed.”

http://www.prisonplanet.com/goldman-sachs-boss-bilderberg-member-peter-sutherland-europe-needs-more-refugees-from-africa-syria.html

Greville Janner goes to court....................

The decision to prosecute former President of the British Board of Jewish Deputies Greville Janner on 22 charges of historic child abuse means a long hot summer is ahead in London. The surprise new twist comes after an independent QC — senior lawyer — reviewed the case and said that a prosecution go could ahead.
It was a much criticised previous ruling by the government’s chief law officer, that Janner was too ill with Alzheimer’s to be tried, that set off a firestorm of controversy. The law officer’s decision was baffling when it was revealed there were adequate procedures for trying such defendants and they were used quite frequently.
The Occidental Observer amongst others had shown how his senility had not prevented him attending House of Lords debates and speaking or drawing hundreds of thousands of expenses.
But TOO has been the only media outlet to dare to ask whether it was Janner’s position as a leading Jewish politician at the nexus of the relationship between British politics and Jewish power in Britain that protected him.
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Not only was he past president of British Board of Jewish Deputies, he was a past vice-president of both the Jewish Leadership Council in the UK and also the World Jewish Congress. He was a close confidante of prime ministers, presidents, royalty and numerous other international figures.
But it is his foundation of the Holocaust Education Trust and his efforts as a tireless campaigner for Israel that he will be most noted for.  Indeed he has said it is the inclusion of the Holocaust instruction into the British national curriculum which he is most proud.
As a supporter of the legal Jewish vigilante organisation, the CST, he helped facilitate its close links with the Home Office and Scotland Yard.  TOO has been so far the only media to report on how he once shared the stage at Covent Garden with the Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police Lord Stevens and convicted fraudster and CST chairman Gerald Ronson.
Janner’s case is listed to come up at Westminster Magistrates Court on August 7th and although Janner will not be there, it promises to be a lively occasion.
Another decision to move a static July 4 demonstration to protest against the establishment of a separate Jewish police force, known as the “Shomrim”, in Jewish areas, is also under scrutiny.  Scotland Yard have announced that it will be moved from the north London district of Golders Green — where it was seen to be “provocative” — to Richmond Terrace near 10 Downing Street in central London!.
The surprising new venue is thought to reflect police anger that their political masters have slavishly caved into Jewish demands for their own police force complete with uniforms, police vehicles and training — all out of the Metropolitan Police budget. The -normal — police presence will be huge, for this occasion, apparently.
Nationalist campaigner Joshua Bonehill has been a moving spirit behind attempts to demonstrate against Shomrim and has been banned from London as a result.
The police have now applied for Britain’s first anti-social behaviour order to prevent him from using the internet. A sign of how the temperature is gradually getting higher in Britain. And all without mainstream media coverage of course.
Again, keep repeating: diversity is our greatest strength.
http://www.theoccidentalobserver.net/2015/06/greville-janner-goes-to-court/

Monday, June 29, 2015

Councillors REJECT plans to frack for shale gas in Lancashire in huge victory for critics of the new technology 

  • Energy firm Cuadrilla wanted to frack for shale gas at Little Plumpton 
  • But Lancashire County Council reject a planning application for fracking
  • Environmental campaigners cheered when hearing the council's decision 
  • But Cuadrilla say they are considering launching a planning appeal  

Councillors have rejected plans to frack for shale gas in Lancashire in a huge victory for environmental campaigners and a massive setback for the future of the industry in the UK. 
Energy firm Cuadrilla wanted to start exploratory drilling and fracking at a site in Little Plumpton, between Preston and Blackpool.
But today Lancashire County Council chose to ignore advice to approve the plans, which was welcomed by jubilant anti-fracking campaigners outside the building and from local residents who said they had been in 'a David and Goliath battle'. 
Anti-fracking protesters celebrate after hearing Lancashire County Council has rejected plans for fracking in Preston 
Anti-fracking protesters celebrate after hearing Lancashire County Council has rejected plans for fracking in Preston 
Environmental campaigners and local opponents of fracking had been protesting outside County Hall in Preston, calling for councillors to reject the proposals
Environmental campaigners and local opponents of fracking had been protesting outside County Hall in Preston, calling for councillors to reject the proposals
The Government has previously said it is going 'all out for shale', claiming it would create jobs and growth, reduce energy prices and cut the country's reliance on gas imports. 
But the decision comes just days after another proposal to frack for shale gas in nearby Roseacre Wood in Preston was also rejected by the local authority. 
Following the decision, Cuadrilla say they are considering their options, including launching an appeal with the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government, Greg Clark, which can take up to six months.  
Environmental campaigners and local opponents of fracking had been protesting outside County Hall in Preston, calling for councillors to reject the proposals.
They had raised fears that the process could pollute water supplies, lead to inappropriate development in the countryside and damage house prices.
There were also fears that drilling caused a series of earth tremors in April and May of 2011 along the Flyde coast.
But they reacted with delight as the decision filtered to them outside County Hall.
Bottles of champagne were uncorked as chants of 'Frack Free Lancashire' sounded out, while one protester shouted: 'Frack off Cuadrilla.'
The decision has been described as a major blow to Cuadrilla, as it would have been the largest round of fracking in the UK if it went ahead 
The decision has been described as a major blow to Cuadrilla, as it would have been the largest round of fracking in the UK if it went ahead 
Friends of the Earth said people across Lancashire could breathe a sigh of relief after the plans were dismissed 
Friends of the Earth said people across Lancashire could breathe a sigh of relief after the plans were dismissed 
Friends of the Earth North West campaigner Furqan Naeem said: 'People in Lancashire and across the UK who have been tirelessly campaigning against fracking will breathe a sigh of relief today - safe in the knowledge that this dirty industry that risks health, quality of life and the climate has been stopped in its tracks once again.
'In the teeth of massive pressure from Cuadrilla and Westminster, Lancashire's brave county councillors have voted to protect their citizens and the local environment - the winners today are democracy and the people of Lancashire.'
While Greenpeace UK energy and climate campaigner Daisy Sands added: 'This decision is a Waterloo for the fracking industry and a triumph for local democracy. It's also a huge boost for efforts to kick the UK's addiction to dangerous fossil fuels.
'Lancashire councillors deserve huge praise for standing up to the relentless pressure from the fracking lobby and their minister friends. Their decision sends a powerful signal to other councils that the fracking juggernaut can indeed be stopped.'
One campaigner opened a bottle of champagne in celebration after hearing that plans for fracking in Preston had been rejected
One campaigner opened a bottle of champagne in celebration after hearing that plans for fracking in Preston had been rejected
Peter Watson, who lives within 100 metres (328 feet) of the proposed site, added: 'It has restored my faith in the democratic process. It is not the most efficient process in the world but it has worked.
'I think the shows the whole country and the senior politicians there is no social licence for fracking. It has been a real David and Goliath battle and thank God we have won.
'We came to live in the Fylde for the fresh air and the countryside. We set up business here. We can stay here now.'  
Cuadrilla had wanted to frack and test the flow of gas at the site following drilling at up to four exploration wells. 
The decision was deferred from last week as councillors wanted to review the council's legal advice which warned that rejecting the application because of its visual and landscape impacts would be 'unreasonable' in planning terms.
Mechanical equipment and workmen is seen on the site at Little Plumpton, where Lancashire County Council have rejected proposals for fracking 
Mechanical equipment and workmen is seen on the site at Little Plumpton, where Lancashire County Council have rejected proposals for fracking 
Members previously said they have been under 'intolerable pressure' in having the final say over the controversial process of releasing gas. 
Before the decision was taken, councillor Paul Hayhurst (Independent) told the committee: 'We are looking at an application which is probably best for Cuadrilla but worse for our residents.
'I am not against fracking as such but I do feel this is in the wrong place. There is an industrial estate only a mile away from Little Plumpton and to put it here would not have a visual impact.
'We have a situation where residents want to sell up and move out, many who moved there because of ill health. They now cannot get out because of a crash in house prices. I think that is terrible. No-one is providing them with compensation.
'This could be placed in a better position. Let's have good planning, let's not just go for what Cuadrilla wants because it is the cheapest option. Let's set the precedent of putting these rigs, if we have to have them, somewhere where it does not affect residents.'
Councillor Michael Green (Conservative) said he too did not hold a principle for or against fracking but said he did have concerns about the application's visual impact on the landscape.
While councillor Marcus Johnstone (Labour) cautioned against the consequences a successful appeal to the decision would bring.
He said: 'I think there is a threat of costs. I accept that costs are not a material consideration for this committee but they are a reality.'
Energy firm Cuadrilla wanted to start exploratory drilling and fracking at the site, pictured, between Preston and Blackpool 
Energy firm Cuadrilla wanted to start exploratory drilling and fracking at the site, pictured, between Preston and Blackpool 
Cuadrilla said in a statement: 'We are surprised and disappointed that Lancashire County Council's Development Control Committee has denied planning consent for our application to explore for shale gas at Preston New Road, particularly as their decision follows a positive recommendation by the Council's Planning Officers.
'We remain committed to the responsible exploration of the huge quantity of natural gas locked up in the shale rock deep underneath Lancashire. 
'We will now take time to consider our options regarding an appeal for Preston New Road, along with also considering appeals for the planning applications recently turned down, against Officer advice, for monitoring and site restoration at Grange Hill, and last week's decision to refuse the Roseacre Wood application. 
'We can unlock this shale gas potential it will help create jobs, generate economic growth, help fuel and heat local businesses and homes and boost local tax revenues for Lancashire. 
'It is regrettable that the County Council has decided not to support this application in the face of positive recommendation from all regulators and their own officers.' 
Hydraulic fracturing - or fracking - involves pumping water, chemicals and sand at high pressure underground to fracture shale rock and release the gas trapped in it.
A map showing the two sites, where Cuadrilla have had proposals for fracking rejected by the local authority 
A map showing the two sites, where Cuadrilla have had proposals for fracking rejected by the local authority 
Asked for the Prime Minister's response to the fracking decision, David Cameron's official spokeswoman said:'We respect the planning process. The Government has been clear that we think shale has got huge potential and presents us with an opportunity to develop a new energy resource and create jobs.
'We will continue to look at how we can develop this industry in the UK.' 
Other organisations also expressed their disappointment at the decision.
Dr Adam Marshall, Executive Director for Policy and External Affairs for the British Chambers of Commerce, said: 'We hope this perverse decision is overturned on appeal, and that further delays are minimised.
'The Government now needs to step in - both to look at the long-term energy security and economic considerations, and to act in the national interest. It should also make sure that there is generous compensation in place for those affected by crucial energy projects, so that they are not mired in compensation disputes.'
North & Western Lancashire Chamber of Commerce Chief Executive Babs Murphy said: 'Although it is disappointing that councillors have gone against the recommendation of planning officers, we hope this is not the death knell for this industry in Lancashire.
'In turning down this proposal, councillors appear to have ruled with their hearts, rather than their heads, and ignored the reasoned arguments of those with genuine expertise in this industry.'

NWN: GOOD !


Who are these cnuts ? 


Passing themselves off as ex-forces !

We at NWN have no time for Golding's operation. But these longhaired scumbags are a joke. If they are real ex-forces I will show my arse on the Town Hall steps.

What bloody cap badge is that ?

Definitely not an Army cap badge. Just looked at their other videos........they/he, is just a tiny communist grouplet.

Bloody Walts !

They want reporting to the Walter Mitty hunters club, if not the Police;

https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Walter-Mitty-Hunters-Club-HQ/501261976579581

Saturday, June 27, 2015

Janner WILL face justice: Top barrister to recommend DPP's decision is over-ruled so case against Labour peer IS heard in court

  • Independent QC is said to have serious misgivings about original decision
  • Expected to recommend overturning it in review paper released next week
  • Would mean evidence can be heard in court even if Janner too ill to attend
  • It would be the first time such a high profile Crown Prosecution Service decision has been overturned 

An independent QC is to overturn the controversial decision that Lord Janner should not face justice over a string of paedophile allegations.
The sensational U-turn by prosecutors means a court will now hear historical child sex claims against the disgraced former Labour MP.
A top barrister, who has spent several weeks examining the decision not to put Janner on trial, has concluded the allegations should be heard even though the peer has severe dementia.
U Turn: An independent QC is expected to overturn the controversial decision not to prosecute Lord Janner, who is accused of 22 sex attack over 19 years but now suffers from advanced dementia 
U Turn: An independent QC is expected to overturn the controversial decision not to prosecute Lord Janner, who is accused of 22 sex attack over 19 years but now suffers from advanced dementia 
Confused: Lord Janner pictured outside his house in London in 2014. It is said he now needs round the clock care as he suffers from advanced dementia
Confused: Lord Janner pictured outside his house in London in 2014. It is said he now needs round the clock care as he suffers from advanced dementia
The QC is said to have serious reservations about the original decision not to charge the 86-year-old and is to recommend to Director of Public Prosecutions Alison Saunders that it be overturned. Barring a last minute change of mind, his ruling – due to be made public next week – paves the way for the evidence against Janner to be tested in a criminal court – in a procedure known as a ‘trial of the facts’ – even if he is too unwell to attend. 
Never before has such a high-profile Crown Prosecution Service decision been overturned following a review.
The development will pile pressure on Mrs Saunders, who has suffered a torrid two months amid questions over her handling of the Janner affair. She is expected to face renewed calls from critics to consider her position.
The extraordinary twist in the case comes after a group of Janner’s alleged victims applied for a formal review of the decision not to charge him.
The appeal was launched after Mrs Saunders ruled the peer should not be charged on health grounds, despite saying there was enough evidence to prosecute him for 22 sex offences against nine people. She also ruled out holding a trial of facts, which can be used when suspects are unable to enter pleas or instruct lawyers.
Alison Saunders said that Lord Janner, who suffers from advances dementia, should not face trial 
Alison Saunders said that Lord Janner, who suffers from advances dementia, should not face trial 
Janner, who has advanced dementia, was accused of carrying out a catalogue of abuse against young boys.
More than a dozen people came forward to claim he abused them during the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s.
His family has repeatedly denied he is connected to any wrongdoing.
Following Mrs Saunders’ decision to rule out a prosecution, a cross-party group of MPs said her ruling was damaging public confidence. Campaigners claimed there had been an Establishment cover-up – an allegation emphatically denied by Mrs Saunders, who said she prided herself on her independence.
Responding to criticism, the DPP insisted she had made the right decision not to prosecute Janner, adding that his dementia was so severe he could ‘play no part in a trial’.
Her supporters say that the independent review is evidence that the Crown Prosecution Service is ‘transparent and listens to victims’, although a U-turn in so prominent a case could call into question the judgment of the country’s most senior prosecutor.
Labour MP Simon Danczuk, who has campaigned on behalf of historic abuse victims, said: ‘It looks as though Janner’s case may now be examined in court. This is all the alleged victims have wanted. All we’ve ever asked for is the law to run its course. No one can be above the law.’
Last night Paul Miller, who claims he was groped by Janner at the Palace of Westminster on a school trip when he was nine, said: ‘I was losing hope that this would ever happen. It is great news and I will certainly get a lot of satisfaction. Janner should have been in the dock years ago.’ The 52-year-old added that the development raised the question of ‘what should happen to Alison Saunders now’.
Baron Greville Janner in November 1972 with essay winners at Beaumont Leys Secondary School. Critics said that the decision not to prosecute him was an establishment cover up
Baron Greville Janner in November 1972 with essay winners at Beaumont Leys Secondary School. Critics said that the decision not to prosecute him was an establishment cover up
Another alleged victim, Hamish Baillie, 47, said: ‘Yes, Janner will now have to face a court. But this doesn’t change the fact that for decades [his] abuse was ignored and covered up. The corruption is still there.’
It is unclear why the reviewing QC is overturning the decision. It is understood that as part of his inquiry, the barrister would have looked at previous cases involving frail, mentally ill defendants.
Due to Janner’s ailing mental capacity, police will not be able to charge him. It is thought more likely he will be summonsed to appear in court. It is unclear whether he will be well enough to turn up and his lawyers are likely to argue the case should be thrown out, because he is too ill to give them instructions – let alone understand the charges.
Janner was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease in 2009 and, it is said, requires round-the-clock care.
To be heard: Due to Janner’s ailing mental capacity, police will not be able to charge him. It is thought more likely he will be summonsed to appear in court but the case will at least be heard 
To be heard: Due to Janner’s ailing mental capacity, police will not be able to charge him. It is thought more likely he will be summonsed to appear in court but the case will at least be heard 

THE ACCUSATIONS: 22 SEX ATTACKS SPANNING NEARLY TWO DECADES 

By Alison Saunders’ own admission, the evidence against Lord Janner was strong enough in relation to no fewer than nine victims to place before a court.
The Labour peer is suspected of carrying out 22 sex attacks against young victims, including a girl, who were in local authority care. They allegedly took place over a 19 years and include:
  • 14 indecent assaults on a male under 16 between 1969 and 1988
  • Two indecent assaults between 1984 and 1988
  • Four counts of serious sexual assault on a male under 16 between 1972 and 1987
  • Two counts of serious sexual assault between 1977 and 1988
25 victims are thought to have contacted police 
25 victims are thought to have contacted police 
Around 25 victims are thought to have contacted police as part of the investigation. The main claims investigated by Leicestershire Police centre on Janner’s alleged friendship with Frank Beck, a paedophile care home manager jailed in 1991 for a string of sex offences.
One of those prepared to give evidence against Janner is Hamish Baillie, 47, who lived in Beck’s care home and alleges that at 15 he was molested by the peer during a game of hide-and-seek.
Another complainant who formed part of the inquiry is Ray Dunkley, 56, who said he was indecently assaulted when Janner visited his primary school in 1966 – four years before he was elected an MP.
Since the decision in April not to prosecute Janner, more alleged victims are believed to have come forward, with at least 30 now said to have spoken to police.
Police have launched a separate investigation into allegations that Janner took a teenage boy to Scotland in the 1970s and sexually assaulted him.
But since Mrs Saunders’ original decision, there have been a series of revelations about his health. Last week it was reported Janner made secret official visits to Parliament months after police were told he was too ill to be questioned.
Although the former Labour MP for Leicester West has not been interviewed by police, his home in Hampstead, north west London, was raided in December 2013, and his office in Westminster was searched in March 2014. The child sex allegations against Janner surfaced at the trial of paedophile care home boss Frank Beck in 1991. Police investigated the politician again in 2002 and 2007. There are now four separate reviews into the repeated failures to put him on trial.
Asked about the review last night, a CPS spokesman said: ‘No decision has been made yet. The review has not concluded. We don’t have any confirmed timings as yet on when it will be concluded.’
  • Mrs Saunders received a pay packet of almost £600,000 last year, The Daily Telegraph reported last night. It said the DPP was given an annual salary of £205,000 and £393,000 in pension contributions.
It is understood that as part of his inquiry, the barrister would have looked at previous cases involving frail, mentally ill defendants
It is understood that as part of his inquiry, the barrister would have looked at previous cases involving frail, mentally ill defendants

Trial of facts but no way he can be punished: JAMES SLACK'S analysis 

The case against Lord Janner is likely to be tested under a little-known law which allows for a ‘trial of the facts’ – but there is no prospect of him receiving any punishment.
Under the Criminal Procedure (Insanity) Act 1964 a judge can decide, on medical evidence, that a person is unfit to plead.
In the case of Janner, he has been assessed by four medical experts – two acting for the Crown Prosecution Service and two for the Labour peer’s defence team. All agreed that, owing to degenerative dementia, his evidence could not be relied upon in court and he could not have any meaningful engagement with the court process.
Life peer British barrister, writer, journalist and broadcaster and former Labour MP In robes for the introduction of Baron Bach into the House of Lords
Life peer British barrister, writer, journalist and broadcaster and former Labour MP In robes for the introduction of Baron Bach into the House of Lords
The judge in charge of the case will, at the outset, make a formal declaration in open court that he is unfit for trial. He will then ask a jury to decide – on the basis of evidence given by prosecution lawyers, including statements provided by alleged victims – whether or not Janner did the acts he was accused of.
A defence team will be able to put the case for Janner, though he will not need to be in court.
The law is clear that it is not a formal trial, and should not be described as one, because the defendant cannot put forward a defence himself.
As a result, there is no verdict of guilty and the court cannot pass a criminal sentence. All it can do is to make a hospital order, a supervision order or an order for the defendant’s absolute discharge. Essentially, it is there to protect the public – not deliver a punishment. In Janner’s case, because of his age and ill health, whatever the outcome he is highly unlikely to be considered any threat.
The decision to seek a ‘trial of the facts’ will be seen as a humiliating rebuke for Director of Public Prosecutions Alison Saunders – who considered the idea and dismissed it.
In her statement announcing Janner would face no action, she said there was no public interest in pursuing a course that would inevitably end in an absolute discharge. What she overlooked – at great cost to her own reputation – was the determination of the alleged victims to have their evidence put before a court.
Recent examples of findings of fact hearings include the case of ex-Labour MP Margaret Moran, who falsely claimed £53,000 in expenses.
The jury heard the case in her absence after a judge ruled she was unfit to stand trial for mental health reasons. Moran was placed under a supervision and treatment order.
And John Hammond, an Army veteran with dementia, was given a hospital order after a jury found he murdered his wife of 50 years by stabbing her 16 times in Alsager, Staffordshire.

NWN: There is no way that Janner will spend any time in jail. Either he will leg it to Israel, or the fix is in to find him innocent or  a non-custodial sentence. This Zionist is too far up the 'food chain'.

Friday, June 26, 2015


I welcome food banks, says Iain Duncan Smith who claims it is a sign that 'decent' people are helping those in 'difficulty'

  • Work and Pensions Secretary defends the rise of food bank use
  • Labour and unions blame benefit cuts for pushing people into poverty
  • Ministers plan cuts to tax credits but demand companies increase wages 
Iain Duncan Smith today defied criticism of the government's welfare cuts, insisting he 'welcomes' food banks in Britain.
The Work and Pensions Secretary said the rise in the number of charities handing out food parcels was evidence of 'decent' people helping those who have 'fallen into difficulty'.
But the comments reignited claims that benefit cuts were forcing more people to turn to good causes for help, and plans to reduce tax credits will make the problem worse.
Iain Duncan Smith today defied criticism of the government's welfare cuts, insisting he 'welcomes' food banks in Britain
Iain Duncan Smith today defied criticism of the government's welfare cuts, insisting he 'welcomes' food banks in Britain
Ministers have previously argued that an increase in the number of food banks has been fuelled by Jobcentre staff being allowed to refer the unemployed to food banks for help.
It is also suggested that increased media coverage about food banks means more people are aware of their existence.
But critics claim cuts to benefits and rising living costs are to blame in part for some people struggling to make ends meet.
New figures today showed that 15 per cent of people are living in relative poverty, while the number of children classed as living in relative poverty is 2.3 million.
The government boasted that poverty levels remained at the lowest level since the 1980s. 
But in the Commons, Labour MP David Winnick said: 'If the situation has improved substantially why has there been such a large amount of food banks, far larger than previously?
'Isn't it quite clear that some Tory members have no idea at all of the amount of poverty which exists, in many cases in their own constituencies?'
Earlier the SNP's Ian Blackford said: 'Is it not a disgrace that in my own constituency the biggest increase in food bank use has come from those who are in work?' 
I welcome decent people in society trying to help others who may, for various reasons, have fallen into difficulty
Iain Duncan Smith 
Mr Duncan Smith said he had no problem with the increased use of food banks: 'Most of my colleagues are usually involved with food banks and actually help them.
'I welcome food banks. I welcome decent people in society trying to help others who may, for various reasons, have fallen into difficulty.
'I don't accept the single cause of that is to do with the welfare reforms, quite the contrary.
'Food bank usage has been rising over a period. It was never part of the British system, but in Germany where their welfare payments you can argue are higher, 1.5 million a week use food banks, much more than they do here.' 
TUC General Secretary Frances O'Grady said: 'It's small wonder that Iain Duncan Smith is a fan of food banks – his polices are keeping them in business.
'If he spent more time visiting food banks he would see for himself that many users are in work, as well those punished by his cruel sanctions regime. Slashing tax credits for the working poor will only make things worse.'  
Senior Conservatives have repeatedly faced criticism for their attitude towards food banks. 
But Lord Freud said the rise in demand for food banks was difficult to understand., adding 'it is very hard to know why people go to them'.
Ministers have previously argued that an increase in the number of food banks has been fuelled by Jobcentre staff being allowed to refer the unemployed to food banks for help
Ministers have previously argued that an increase in the number of food banks has been fuelled by Jobcentre staff being allowed to refer the unemployed to food banks for help
Two years ago Cabinet minister Michael Gove was branded an 'absolute disgrace' by Labour after claiming families who use food banks have only their own 'decisions' to blame.
He suggested that many cash-strapped families have brought their problems on themselves.
He added: 'I appreciate that there are families who face considerable pressures.
'Those pressures are often the result of decisions that they have taken which mean they are not best able to manage their finances.
If the situation has improved substantially why has there been such a large amount of food banks, far larger than previously? 
Labour MP David Winnick
'We need to ensure that support is not just financial, and that the right decisions are made.'
Former Tory chairman Lord Tebbit has also claimed that people who use food banks to get basic items free and spend their remaining cash on junk food, blaming a 'near infinite demand' for anything free.
Last year the All-Party Parliamentary Inquiry into Hunger in the UK found that, since the establishment of the Trussell Trust network in 2004, numbers of emergency food assistance providers have grown to at least 1,500, including 800 food banks - around half of them operated by the Trust. 
Its major report, Feeding Britain, found there that 'demand for emergency food assistance is increasing, and sometimes increasing dramatically'. 
But Tory peer Baroness Jenkin of Kennington faced criticised after she suggested that a lack of cookery skills was in part to blame for families going to food banks, and boasted she ate a bowl of porridge for 4p for breakfast.

NWN: What a piece of filth this thing is ! Never worked a day in his life,and who lives off his in-laws. Lied about his Army career. 
Is part chinese. 
And was supported by Nick Griffins dad Edgar !!!!!!!!!!!

Thursday, June 25, 2015

Police withheld bombshell report revealing how gangs of Muslim men were grooming more than 100 schoolgirls as young as 13 in case it inflamed racial tensions ahead of General Election 

  • West Midlands Police release March 2010 document for first time this week 
  • It says 100 mainly white children were at serious risk of being groomed
  • Report says perpetrators were all Asian, which could cause tension locally
  • No appeal was made and the report was published for first time this week 

New revelations: West Midlands Police were warned more than 100 predominantly white children - some as young as 13 - were at serious risk of child exploitation five years ago (file picture)
New revelations: West Midlands Police were warned more than 100 predominantly white children - some as young as 13 - were at serious risk of child exploitation five years ago (file picture)
Britain's second largest police force withheld a report about gangs of Muslim men grooming children in case it inflamed racial tensions ahead of a General Election, it was revealed today.
West Midlands Police were warned more than 100 predominantly white children - some as young as 13 - were at serious risk of child exploitation five years ago.
A document entitled 'Problem Profile, Operation Protection' from March 2010 reveals Asian gangs targeted schools and children's homes across the force area.
The report, written for senior officers, also reveals how white girls were used to recruit other vulnerable victims on behalf of the gangs.
But there were fears over a row ahead of the May 2010 General Election and an English Defence League rally in April leading to a 'backlash against law abiding citizens from Asian/Pakistani communities'.
Despite the warnings police did not warn the public or appeal for information about the men responsible and the report was only published this week under the Freedom of Information Act.
In one heavily redacted passage, the document reads: 'In (redacted) a teacher at a (redacted) that a group of Asian males were approaching pupils at the school gate and grooming them. Strong anecdotal evidence shows this MO (modus operandi) is being used across the force.
'Operations in other forces have identified an MO where offenders use a young girl in a children's home to target and groom other residents on their behalf.
'This has also been evidenced within the force in (redacted) and (redacted).
'The girl's motivation to recruit new victims is often that the provision of new girls provides her a way to escape the cycle of abuse.'
The report said police had identified a potential 139 victims, 78 per cent of whom were white while more than half were aged 13 to 15.
Revealed: In these documents police pin-pointed 75 grooming suspects - most with a history of sexual violence - with most being from a Muslim background from Birmingham.
Revealed: In these documents police pin-pointed 75 grooming suspects - most with a history of sexual violence - with most being from a Muslim background from Birmingham.
Warning: The document says that all members of the gang were Asian - and nine were men and one was a woman
Warning: The document says that all members of the gang were Asian - and nine were men and one was a woman
Redacted: The report was published by the West Midlands force for the first time this week but their names, aside from the alleged offences, have been hidden
Redacted: The report was published by the West Midlands force for the first time this week but their names, aside from the alleged offences, have been hidden
Defence: West Midlands Police Assistant Chief Constable Carl Foulkes says the force has come a long way since the report was written
Defence: West Midlands Police Assistant Chief Constable Carl Foulkes says the force has come a long way since the report was written
Half of all victims, who were from Birmingham, Dudley and Walsall, lived with their parents, while 41 per cent were in care.
Police pin-pointed 75 grooming suspects - most with a history of sexual violence - with most being from a Muslim background from Birmingham.
The report stated: 'The vast majority of identified suspects (79 per cent) are Asian (59 of 75), 12 per cent are white and five per cent are African Caribbean. 62 per cent of Asian suspects are of Pakistani origin.
'Pakistani males account for half of all identified suspects in the force (37 of 75).
'Offenders are likely to have a history of previous sexual offences, as well as a wide range of other offences and convictions.
'A high level of organised criminality has now been evidenced both across the force area and regionally, with multiple offenders working together to identify, groom and abuse victims.
'In a number of organised groups victims are forced into prostitution and high levels of intimidation and force are used to keep the victims compliant.'
Concerns: The report speaks of an upcoming English Defence League march through Dudley a month later, which saw streets emptied and shops boarded up
Concerns: The report speaks of an upcoming English Defence League march through Dudley a month later, which saw streets emptied and shops boarded up
The shocking document also highlighted fears of 'community tensions' if the police made the report's findings public.

HOW WEST MIDLANDS REPORT HAS SHADES OF ROTHERHAM SCANDAL 

West Midlands Police's decision to withhold details of alleged child abuse amid fears of increasing racial tensions has shades of the scandal in Rotherham.
Police and social workers in the South Yorkshire town were accused of being too concerned about being labelled racist to speak out about the crimes involving 1,400 children.
Yesterday it emerged that the massive inquiry into the Rotherham sex abuse scandal could run until at least 2018 and has so far identified 300 suspects.
Investigators say the number of possible offenders is changing on a ‘daily basis’ and they suspect ‘thousands of offences’ have been committed.
The team has seized 92 boxes containing several thousand files and identified more than 3,300 lines of inquiry. The suspects are ‘predominantly’ Asian men from the South Yorkshire town and include two who have worked for the council. Their victims are mainly white, British, underage and ‘vulnerable’ girls.
Operation Stovewood is currently costing up to £5million every year, and is still likely to be ongoing in three years’ time – putting the total bill for the inquiry at around £15million.
So far the inquiry has backed an original estimate that 1,400 girls were abused in Rotherham during a 16-year period from 1997 to 2013.
Last night children’s charities demanded that the men should be brought to justice. 
Barnardo’s chief executive Javed Khan said: ‘Because so many vulnerable children were ignored by the authorities, groomers got away with exploiting them for years.
‘Ensuring the cases against groomers go to trial is vital in giving sexually exploited children confidence that the justice system does work for them; that if they come forward, they will be believed and supported'.
It stated: 'The predominant offender profile of Pakistani Muslim males... combined with the predominant victim profile of white females has the potential to cause significant community tensions.
'There is a potential for a backlash against the vast majority of law abiding citizens from Asian/Pakistani communities from other members of the community believing their children have been exploited.
'These factors, combined with an EDL protest in Dudley in April and a General Election in May could notably increase community tension.
'Police will be criticised if it appears we have not safeguarded vulnerable children, investigated offences and prosecuted offenders.'
The lengthy report concluded authorities in the West Midlands needed to improve its care of missing care home children.
It stated: 'There is strong evidence in the vast majority of all cases that the victims are enticed, stupefied or controlled by alcohol and a mixture of controlled drugs.
'The victims are already suffering from health conditions relating to their chaotic lifestyle and exploitation (Pregnancy, termination, STDs, neglect, and physical and psychological problems).'
West Midlands Police Assistant Chief Constable Carl Foulkes said: 'These reports, spanning six years, give a real insight into the journey we have undertaken along with our partners into investigating and tackling child sexual exploitation.
'There is no doubt that there has been a significant cultural change within the force in respect of this issue and it is now very clear that the responsibility of tackling CSE (child sexual exploitation) lies with every police officer, staff member, PCSO and special constable.
'The force has carried out extensive work to train officers across the force in how to identify and deal with CSE so we can gain as much intelligence as possible and thereby improving the outcomes for victims.
'We continue to take great steps and as a result of our efforts and without doubt the coverage within local and national media, we are seeing more victims coming forward to report abuse, knowing we will take their allegations seriously and treat them sensitively and respectfully.'

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3138984/Police-withheld-bombshell-report-revealing-gangs-Muslim-men-grooming-100-schoolgirls-young-10-case-inflamed-racial-tensions-ahead-General-Election.html#ixzz3e6FVgdVi

NWN:      "West Midlands Police Assistant Chief Constable Carl Foulkes says the force has come a long way since the report was written ".  Yes ACC Foulkes is right , the force has come a long way since the report. But the question is where have they been ? More to the point. Grinning politically correct idiots like ACC Foulkes ought to have another journey..............into a prison cell, for their, and his, gross dereliction of duty. The police force in the UK has far too many cultural marxists at the top levels.

Sunday, June 21, 2015

Bury Labour councillor appears in court charged with 16 counts of making indecent images of children

Simon Carter, 53, who represents the Tottington ward on Bury council, has also been suspended from the party


Simon Carter
A town hall Labour councillor has been charged with making indecent images of children.
Simon Carter, who represents Labour in the Tottington ward for Bury Council, has appeared in court charged with 16 counts of making indecent images of children, police have confirmed.
He has been suspended from the party pending the outcome of the court proceedings as a result, a Labour spokesman confirmed.
The charges he faces follow an investigation by a specialist police child abuse unit in Bury.
Coun Carter, 53, of Rosewood Avenue in Tottington, Bury, appeared before Manchester and Salford Magistrates Court on Saturday.
He was released on bail and is due to make a second appearance at the same court at a later date.
It is understood that the charges cover a period of time between January 1, 2011 and April this year. He was arrested following an investigation by Greater Manchester Police’s Child Abuse Investigation Team based in Bury.
In a statement, the force confirmed the charges and that Coun Carter had appeared in court.
Greater Manchester Police said: “A man has been charged with making indecent images of children. Simon Carter, 53, of Rosewood Avenue, Tottington, is charged with 16 counts of making indecent images of children. It follows an investigation by the Child Abuse Investigation Team in Bury.”
Coun Carter, who is believed to work as a self-employed IT trainer, was elected to Bury council in 2012, winning the seat from the Tories.
According to the council’s website, his term of office runs until 2016 and he sits on the overview and scrutiny committee, Ramsbottom, Tottington and North Manor township forum and on the council’s standards committee.
A spokesman for Bury Council said: “We can confirm that a Bury councillor has been charged with making indecent images of children. As the matter is under police jurisdiction, it would be inappropriate to comment further.”
Labour Party officials have been made aware of the arrest and charges. Coun Carter has had the party whip withdrawn.
A Labour North West spokesman said: “The individual in question has been suspended from the Labour Party pending the outcome of a police investigation.”

http://www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk/news/greater-manchester-news/bury-labour-councillor-appears-court-9498824

Saturday, June 20, 2015

Is Third World America Inevitable?

By Patrick J. Buchanan


Thousands of U.S. troops safeguard the border of South Korea. U.S. warships patrol the South China Sea to stand witness to the territorial claims of Asian allies against China.
U.S. troops move in and out of the Baltic States to signal our willingness to defend the frontiers of these tiny NATO allies.
Yet nothing that happens on these borders imperils America so much as what is happening on our own bleeding border with Mexico.
Over three decades, that border has been a causeway into the USA for millions of illegal immigrants who are changing the face of America — to the delight of those who think the country we grew up in was ugly.
All sides of this quarrel have been using the figure of 11 million people here illegally. In her new best-seller, “Adios, America!,” Ann Coulter makes a compelling case that the real figure is close to 30 million.
If that is true, and if the next president embraces amnesty and a path to citizenship for illegal immigrants, that will mean the end to America as the Western nation we have been, and the beginning of America’s life as what Ann calls, unapologetically, a “Third World hellhole.”
Indeed, when we consider the certain consequences of a failure to secure the border for six more years, and amnesty for people already here illegally, igniting a new invasion, we should ask ourselves:
What problem do we Americans confront that will be more easily solved with millions more immigrants?
Between 80 and 90 percent of those coming are from Third World nations. On average, they have higher illegitimacy rates than native-born Americans, higher drug use rates, higher rates of obesity, spousal abuse and child abuse, higher rates of disease, lower test scores and higher dropout rates, and higher crime and incarceration rates.
Children of immigrants are more gang-oriented. And Third World immigrants consume more per capita in social services than they pay in taxes. Hence they contribute to fiscal deficits at every level of government.
Will millions more immigrants help solve our infrastructure crisis?
Undeniably, poor immigrants provide cheap labor for businesses and the rich. But their working- and middle-class American neighbors bear the social costs that they inflict upon communities.
Politically, immigrants from Third World countries, as they rely upon government for food, housing assistance, health care and the education of their children, support the Party of Government.
Mitt Romney lost the two fastest-growing major minorities, Hispanics and Asians, who now account for more than a fifth of our population and a seventh of our voters, by 40 points.
And as their numbers and voting percentages rise, the GOP will find that reaching 270 electoral votes is not only more difficult than in Reagan’s day, it has become impossible.
Among the myths or lies drummed into the heads of Americans is that we have always been a “nation of immigrants,” and “diversity,” i.e., racial, ethnic and religious diversity, “is a strength.”
But America in 1970 was a white nation with a black minority of about 10 percent. And, as Coulter writes, “Nearly the entire white population of America from 1600 to 1970 came from a geographic area of the world about twice the size of Texas. The entire black population came from an area of West Africa about the size of Florida.”
Is ethnic, racial and religious diversity truly a “strength”?
Why then has the most diverse region of Europe, the Balkans — with its Serb, Croat, Albanian, Slovenian, Macedonian, Turkic peoples, and Catholic, Orthodox and Islamic religions — had the bloodiest history?
Was it not racial and ethnic diversity that tore the Soviet Union into 15 nations and half a dozen subnations, and is tearing at it still in the Caucasus?
If diversity is a strength, why is Beijing, which worships strength, moving millions of Han Chinese into Tibet and western China to swamp the Tibetan and Uighur peoples, as they have done to the Mongolian and Manchu peoples? How did diversity work out for Rwanda and Burundi?
If diversity is a strength, then why are Iraq, Syria, Libya and Yemen falling apart? Why are Sunni and Shiite, Palestinian and Israeli fighting? Why are Scots, Basques, Catalans, Venetians and Flemish agitating for secession and independence?
Has the addition of tens of millions of Asian and African Muslims strengthened the Old Continent that ruled the world? Or do they imperil its security and survival as the cradle and heartland of the West?
As racial, ethic and religious hatreds pull people apart and create terrorists all over our disintegrating world, why would we make ourselves ever more diverse?
Writes Coulter, “Roe v. Wade can be overturned. Obamacare can be repealed. Amnesty is forever.”
Anyone concerned for the future of this country as one nation and one people should find a candidate who will commit to secure the border, enforce immigration laws against businesses that hire illegal immigrants, and pledge no amnesty for the duration of their presidency.

http://buchanan.org/blog/is-third-world-america-inevitable-16150

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