November 29, 2009

Theft Report

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

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

What will be taken?

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

Item 1.

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

Item 2.

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

Item 3.

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

Item 4.

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

 Item 5.

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

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

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

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

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

What have we allowed to happen?

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

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

CR.

* Several people have asked for a link. Here it is.

45 comments:

Katabasis said...

Great piece CR

- I guess this should be the signal to get the second part of my Lisbon critique finished for the end of next week.

So, how do we mark this day with the suitable level of grimness and reflection?

Sue said...

We don't, we fight it!

Captain Ranty said...

Sue is right. Of course we must fight and reverse this crap.

All eyes are on the Climate Change revelations. Perhaps that was intended? I don't know. The eyes that aren't looking at that story are firmly fixed on Strictly Come Dancing And Be Distracted.

If there was a way to get every single blog to say the same thing on Tuesday morning it might wake a few up. Even if it was only symbolic it would have weight.

CR

Witterings From Witney said...

Nice post Cap'n - I will link later this evening

Sue said...

I am actually finding it quite amusing how a whole stratum of political and scientific troughers are completely ignoring this! You can just see them, all standing there with their fingers in their ears going "la la la"....

This is more than an elephant in the room, this is a huge woolly mammoth with tusks!!!

Fuck EU! said...

More like a Tyranosaurus Rex, wearing a pink leotard, in the room.

I have only one word.

Motherfuckers!

We shall not go quietly into the night.

Anonymous said...

Well that made sobering reading Cap'n.

Hope your wrong about the riots, the CCAct seems rather open to interpretation.

Captain Ranty said...

I hope so as well, Anon.

I like the non-violent approach but the red mist may come down when X Factor ends its run, and if my brothers and sisters need me on the streets, I'll be there.

CR.

Pesky Anonymous said...

What will we do about it?

Persist with our chosen routes.
Spread the word.
Prepare.
Otherwise just sit tight. The system will collapse on itself, by itself.

There will be no riots until, as one poster said "Mr & Mrs Moron are deprived of their creature comforts".
This may well be helped along by the inevitable collapse of the ponzi/fiat financial system. Riots would then be pointless as the culprits will have flown the coop with all the loot, and all that will be left for us, is to pick up the pieces.
And this will be in a new world of high energy prices, no money and little necessary infastructure.

Oh, - and learn to grow veg and how to get on with your neighbours.

Snakey said...

Last week we were informed on our local news that Yorkshire is now the "Leeds City Region".

"The Leeds City Region Partnership brings together the eleven local authorities of Barnsley, Bradford, Calderdale, Craven, Harrogate, Kirklees, Leeds, Selby, Wakefield, York and North Yorkshire County Council to work together toward a common prosperous and sustainable city region in areas such as transport, skills, housing, spatial planning and innovation."

The above was set up by the Regional Development Agency.

http://www.leedscityregion.gov.uk/

They didn't even bother waiting for 1 December.

Captain Ranty said...

Pesky,

Good advice. The AntiTerrorist has a video on YouTube advising the same. I live in a farmhouse, and there are 10 fat cattle in the barn, and 60 sheep in the field across the road. I wonder if Farmer Joe will miss one or two of them....

Food riots look more likely than anything as silly as the loss of ancient rights.

CR.

Captain Ranty said...

Snakey,

I believe the regional maps were drawn up in 2003. They have been planning this for a very long time.

We have the European Communities Act 1972 and Ted Heath to thank for this.

I thought that the only way out was to repeal ECA 1972 but I suspect the Lisbon Treaty "forbids" this.

I think we are well and truly fucked.

CR.

Furor Teutonicus said...

I have tried to avoid saying this, but I predict a riot. I predict running battles on the streets of Britain Euro Regions 1-8. I predict many deaths and much bloodshed once the sheeple awake to the nightmare I have envisaged for the last five or six years.

No. Because the Brits are weak kneed whimps that could not give a shit. All THEY care about is where the next bottle of White lightning comes from, and any "Government" that supplys them with the means to purchase such, they will vote for, and sit nice and quietly until the bottle runs out.

Captain Ranty said...

I pray that isn't so, Furor.

My last hope is that the slow fuse that we Brits have is in play.

CR.

von Spreuth. said...

Same here. BUT....

Furor Teotonicus. I can not be arsed opening a new account evrey time I write....Blame "Google".)

UKIP-BW said...

Good Post.
Linking here:
http://www.westbournemouthukip.com/main.htm

Charlotte Gore said...

Which part of the Lisbon treaty makes it a crime to criticise the EU?

Captain Ranty said...

Charlotte,

I will dig it out for you. I have dozens of links from my research yesterday. I just have to find the one you need to see.

CR.

Captain Ranty said...

Charlotte,

Here is a short segment from an old article (still looking for a piece I read only last week):

Although the Connolly case involved enforcement of an employment regulation against an E.U. employee, nothing in the opinion limits the court's rationale to this narrow context. Freedom of expression, the opinion argues, may be stifled if necessary for "the protection of the rights of others." And the "rights of others" include the "right" of the European Union to prevent damage to its own "image and reputation." The principle would certainly sustain a national government's law forbidding criticism of the European Union. Indeed, since the European Court of Justice can override national laws in order to enforce E.U. laws, the Connolly principle could conceivably be used to invalidate a nation's constitutional protection of free speech—at least where criticism of the European Union or other governments is involved.



In short, Connolly takes a major step toward reinstating the offense of seditious libel—that is, the crime of criticizing the government so as to injure its reputation.



Historically, the truth of the statement was no defense against the charge of seditious libel. Indeed, truthfulness harmed the government all the more. As Lord Holt put it in the 1704 English case Rex v. Tuchin: "nothing can be worse to any government than to endeavor to produce animosities as to the management of it . . .no government can be safe unless it is punished. "



Before Connolly, seditious libel had been purged from the Anglo-American legal tradition. In England, an important step in this direction was Fox's Libel Act of 1792, which allowed juries to render general verdicts of acquittal in seditious libel prosecutions. The European Union, though, recognizes no right to a jury trial. Cases are decided by professional government employees, not by one's peers.



Be sure to read that last line at least twice. Frightening, or what?

the link:

http://www.davekopel.org/Media/Mags/SilencingOppositionInTheEU.htm

CR.

Charlotte Gore said...

Thanks for that. :)

Captain Ranty said...

My pleasure CG. I will continue rooting.

CR.

Captain Ranty said...

UKIP-BW,

Thank you for the link.

CR.

Anonymous said...

Sorry, I need to see a source on this one. "Buried in footnotes" doesn't quite cut the mustard for me. Especially when the opt-out clauses on criminal matters cover most of your complaints.

Captain Ranty said...

Head north slightly, Anon, and read the link I provided for Charlotte.

And yes, it is an aging article (2001) but I will provide a more up to date link as soon as I can.

CR.

Captain Ranty said...

BTW, the "buried in the footnotes" comment was uttered by an MP in parliament. His words were not denounced, corrected, objected to, or denied.

I will check Hansard.

CR.

Furor Teutonicus von Spreuth. said...

Although the Connolly case involved enforcement of an employment regulation against an E.U. employee, nothing in the opinion limits the court's rationale to this narrow context. Freedom of expression, the opinion argues, may be stifled if necessary for "the protection of the rights of others." And the "rights of others" include the "right" of the European Union to prevent damage to its own "image and reputation." The principle would certainly sustain a national government's law forbidding criticism of the European Union. Indeed, since the European Court of Justice can override national laws in order to enforce E.U. laws, the Connolly principle could conceivably be used to invalidate a nation's constitutional protection of free speech—at least where criticism of the European Union or other governments is involved.

That is against the German constitution. And I presume all other constitutions as well.

Being a pure born cynic, I MAY give the constitutional court the benefit of the doubt, that when it was put before them as "Verfassungswidrig" (Against the constitution) the bastards were instructed to forget to read THAT part.

Pesky Anonymous said...

Me and Antiterrorist eh? At least if I'm mad I am in good company.

My view is largely from an old Ukrainian friend who lives in Ukraine but since childhood has spent chunks of time in the west, so understands both cultures.
He told me years ago that when the Soviet Union collapsed, "Ukrainians survived on their allotments".
Just about everybody, city folks too, has what they call a *near garden*, within walking distance, and a *far garden* which might be 3to 5 miles out of town. They catch the little *route bus* to the far garden for the weekend, and pretty much camp out in a little cabin (the famous dacha) while they cultivate the garden. Most still do this today.
Ukrainians didn't move house all the time. In a neighbourhood, everybody knows everybody. Even their parents were children together. So they had community.

His point was that, should the stuff hit the fan for us, as it did for them, we here have neither of these fundamentals.

Another advantage I realise they had was a top class education.
Ours seems beyond hope.
Leg Iron has done a good piece on how the *wisdom* of the old is being relabelled as *ramblings* in the hope that children may easier dismiss anything they say which might contradict the new regime.

the BIG guy said...

Oh do get a grip. We haven't had any of those legal rights for years. In fact, some (most? all?) have only properly existed in the minds of writers of TV drama.
1.) Habeas Corpus - hah! 28-days in clink before you have to be charged. Even when it was (only) a few days, the authorities have *always* locked people up and fitted a crime to them afterwards.
2.) Trial by jury - yeah, right. My peers do not read the Sun. They are eloquent (lik wot i am) and educated. You don't see people like that on juries.
3.) Innocent ..... until proven guilty. Sorry, I had to wipe away the tears of laughter. Just try that excuse with any money-laundering charge or where it's just your word against a police occifer's.
4.) Sovereignty? Given that the US of A can "request" the government to hand over, without the need to produce any evidence, anyone they want to charge with a crime and without ANY reciprocal agreement, we lost any vestiges of sovereignty years ago.
5.) Democracy - ahhh yes. That old chestnut. In ancient Greece, voters had to be male, property owners, over a certain age, and born in the city of Athens. That accounted for about 10% of the adult population. So we can see that democracy, like #3 is and always has been a myth.
I have no doubt that the other 15 or 20 items are just as naive pop-politics rants that the Daily Express would be proud of. Learn some history.

Anonymous said...

Ty Cpt R for the above post I was horrified when I read it, like most others I think.

I hope you don't mind but i posted it in a local forum in my area, all though its a tory heartland this particular forum is infested by euro lovers and retired socialist. I will post the web addy perhaps you could take a gander and express your views to this people.
http://swanageview.blogspot.com/

Thanks for your blog I only found it today.
P.S I did give you a mention.

Captain Ranty said...

Big guy,

I'm guessing small brain, but I could be wrong. (But since you started in on the assumptions....)

You really need to learn the difference between legal and lawful. I am almost embarrassed for you.

Because I am a nice bloke, I'll clue you in. None of the rights you list are legal rights. They are lawful rights. They are as alike as chalk and cheese.

CR.

Captain Ranty said...

Anon,

You are most welcome.

I'll pop over there now.

CR.

Jason Rose said...

Right. So we're up the swanny completely. If anyone needs me, il be on the streets too. Anyone interested in organising a little get together in London?

Anonymous said...

CR you have caused the good socialists of swanage to go into overdrive. Thankyou the breakfast time Gaurdians are being scoured for inspiration. Again ty for taking the time to pop over.

P.S they are fighting back lol.

Captain Ranty said...

Jason,

I think the streets is where they want us so that they can crush us.

This is a time to take care.

If the time comes though, I will be at your side.

CR.

Captain Ranty said...

Anon,

I will pop back later to catch up with the new posts.

I have no problem with dedate.

CR.

Jason Rose said...

You maybe right Captain Ranty, unforunately most of the country are asleep dreaming of X factor, we may need to do something drastic just to make people sit up and realise all is definately not well.

Not only that, there are reports all over Europe and America that Martial Law is not far off. We ought to start organising now if we're going to put up any resistance whatsoever be it peaceful or otherwise.

Captain Ranty said...

Jason,

Hunger has a way of sharpening peoples concentration. Could that be the wake up call we have been seeking?

Many months ago on a different website I warned people (prematurely, I now realise) that they should stock up on non-perishables, learn how to make their own bread, and perhaps plant a few veggies.

The price of basic foodstuffs increases by 10% each season and I genuinely wonder if the riots that may come will not be about rights, they won't be about insane taxation levels, but about food instead? Martial Law may come in handy then. I know also that unused army barracks in the UK, (oops, I mean Regions 1-9) are being prepared for the Eurocops because our bobbies will not fire on their own countrymen, but foreign police forces will.

We live in sinister times.

CR.

Jason Rose said...

Captain Ranty,

Im glad im not the only one who realises that they are deliberately going to put different nations troops in our country (sorry, I did it too, our 'region'.)

I think your right about food too, and that will no doubt be met with an energy price spike.

This is what im talking about though. If we were to begin networking now with those who are savvy to this could save their own hides and save some others in the process. I know its a long shot, but if we fail to prepare, then we should prepare to fail.

We need to start organising at least meeting points where such a project could start if shit really hits the fan.

Captain Ranty said...

I am all ears, Jason. I agree 100%.

This would have to be done "off-grid" because as you must know, every email is tracked, logged, recorded and archived. Same for phone calls too.

This calls for old fashioned face to face meetings.

Sedition for the 21st century. Who would have thought it would even be necessary?

CR.

Led said...

In the full context of passing judgement on the above, I have to be honest and step back to say I was linked here by a friend who figured my political leanings for a good conspiracy might interest.

I am however trying to appreciate how the above are 100% evil. I can plainly see the opportunity for abuse, but then again I am not naive enough to suggest that if an individual was dangerous enough to warrant being taken out of the traditional legal system, then a) I suspect that individual is probably similarly fucked in the present system, and b) I suspect that a legal professional would be more fit to pass judgement on that person than my sister.

The section regarding freedom of speech for the EU member of staff. To my simpleton mind the fact they were an EU staff member slightly complicates the issue. I would imagine that your average CEO would strictly speaking be breaking a civil contract should they publicly criticise their own company. Regardless of being sacked on the spot. You can't have it both ways can you?

Moving on past that, on my 2nd glass of wine I'm not seeing the connection to food riots and foreign police on the streets. Are we suggestion that "western interests" will defer loyalty to country and queen, and go for the juggular on energy and food prices? Will they go live in far flung islands and form a military circle?

Part of me likes the idea of strength in numbers for the EU. Particularly if we could fuck America in the ass and begin trading oil in euros. Otherwise I can't help feel that Britain is on a downward trajectory.

I now only hope that I can become either a useful worker for our new dark overlords, or that I can entertain myself hunting Goldman Sachs employees.

Captain Ranty said...

Led,

Looks okay to me for a two glass post.

The trouble with the law is the same trouble with the bible/torah/qu'ran. It is open to interpretation. Having read this treaty ywice, what you have above is my interpretation.

The Union is supreme in just about everything. Our first duty as New European Citizens, is to the Union. Christ alone knows where Queenie sits in the hierarchy now.

I agree that my example of criticising the EU wasn't the best but I am overburdened with links on this subject and cannot pin down the one I really wanted to link to. It will most likely turn up when I don't need it.

The food riots are just one possible outcome. The arrival of Eurocops is enshrined in the treaty. They already operate here. Just not in large numbers yet.

America is working hard on uniting North America, South America and Canada. That will be a spectacular effort at sodomy and it would be interesting to see how that turns out.

And yes, you are quite right. The legal system we had yesterday was fucked and it may not get any worse, but even if it doesn't, we are still fucked.

Well, you are. I am out of it.

The Goldman Sachs employees are merely human, like you. They fucked up. They believed Gordon Gecko. Hopefully they will be better people for it.

Better off infiltrating the overlords and reporting all the dirt back to me. I will bung it out in the sunlight....

CR.

Captain Ranty said...

Led,

Looks okay to me for a two glass post.

The trouble with the law is the same trouble with the bible/torah/qu'ran. It is open to interpretation. Having read this treaty ywice, what you have above is my interpretation.

The Union is supreme in just about everything. Our first duty as New European Citizens, is to the Union.

I agree that my example of criticising the EU wasn't the best but I am overburdened with links on this subject and cannot pin down the one I really wanted to link to. It will most likely turn up when I don't need it.

The food riots are just one possible outcome. The arrival of Eurocops is enshrined in the treaty. They already operate here. Just not in large numbers yet.

America is working hard on uniting North America, South America and Canada. That will be a spectacular effort at sodomy and it would be interesting to see how that turns out.

And yes, you are quite right. The legal system we had yesterday was fucked and it may not get any worse, but even if it doesn't, we are still fucked.

Well, you are. I am out of it.

The Goldman Sachs employees are merely human, like you. They fucked up. They believed Gordon Gecko. Hopefully they will be better people for it.

Better off infiltrating the overlords and reporting all the dirt back to me. I will bung it out in the sunlight....

CR.

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