The Town Hall Talks - No. 2: Rob Bollox

The Town Hall Talks - No. 2: Rob Bollox

Postby musashi » Tue Jul 07, 2015 9:56 pm

Today at HEREFORD MAGISTRATES COURT; Plc. the judge in Guy Taylor's case found against him. He is to return for sentencing.

It was perhaps the most amazing case I have ever sat in on. No shit! It was the kind of thing that I used to love to write up in the old days when I was still alive but, as I am dead and as Guy has accepted my invite to come to Glastonbury to do a talk on his adventures in La-La, I shall leave it all to the Hereford Harrier himself.

The talk should be up and ready in a month or less as Guy faces a possible maximum of 12 months eating porridge in The House of Many Windows. There will be revelations galore from this master storyteller. Again, no shit!

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Re: The Town Hall Talks - No. 2: Guy Taylor

Postby MikeThomas » Wed Jul 08, 2015 9:33 am

Thanks for the update Lance :yes:
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Re: The Town Hall Talks - No. 2: Guy Taylor

Postby musashi » Sun Jul 26, 2015 12:32 pm

Communications with Guy the ever busy are still ongoing so in the meantime we have Rob Bollox, aka Robbie B aka Rob Austin from Freedom Northwest and Dignity Alliance talking at our Town Hall Talks in Glastonbury, Magdalene street, Somerset, BA6 9EL.

Who dafuq is your council?
He's found three, so far, and that's just for his own county! One exists, one doesn't, and one just wants the money.
If you're taking on the council in almost any matter then Rob's talk is for you. Original research and material, something of a bombshell, and a perfect follow-on to John Hurst's talk here a few weeks ago and his latest info on councils and 151 officers. This lifts the lid a little higher for us.

The second part of his talk is on the franchised occupation of Britain under the new laws of occupation. An eye-opener and very definitely up the freeman's alley.
You'd be a fool to miss this important revelation of the veiled.
Type in 'franchise' in the search box of Legislation.gov and see what you get. Rob will fill in the rest at the talk.

As always, The Town Hall Talks are free to enter. Doors open at 6pm. Tea and coffee free.
Come and learn, network, or bring your flyers and leaflets and posters on your particular bee-in-the-bonnet.

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Re: The Town Hall Talks - No. 2: Rob Bollox

Postby musashi » Mon Jul 27, 2015 12:37 pm

Britain's top 100 civil servants have a combined pension pot worth nearly £100million, guaranteeing them a healthy income after retirement, according to new figures.
The report from the TaxPayers' Alliance, entitled 'The Hundred Club: Whitehall Pensions', identifies 100 senior civil servants with an average pension of £963,000.
The study found that four senior civil servants had pensions of over £2million, while there are 10 senior civil servants with pensions of more than £1.5million.
The average bill for the 14 Whitehall departments surveyed by the Alliance is nearly £7million. The biggest pensions bill for those on the list was £16.3million for the Cabinet Office.
The research builds on a study first revealed in The Daily Telegraph four weeks ago which found that the UK's top civil servants are entitled to an average pension pot of £1.7million.
Five of the top six work or worked for the Cabinet Office, including Sir Andrew Turnbull, £2.6million, Sir Geoffrey Bowman, £2.6million, and Sir Richard Mottram, £2.3million.
Corin Taylor, head of research at the TaxPayer's Alliance, said: "At a time when ordinary workers are facing a squeeze on their occupational pensions, the highest civil servants are awarding themselves gold-plated pension deals and massive salaries.

The Liberal Democrats criticised "incredibly generous schemes for top civil servants."
Danny Alexander MP, the party's work and pensions spokesman, said:
"These figures highlight the unfairness of hard-working families, who are struggling to guarantee themselves a decent pension, having their taxes used to fund incredibly generous schemes for top civil servants".

Phillip Hammond MP, the Tories' Shadow Secretary of State for Work and Pensions, added:
"This is just another example of the growing apartheid in the pension system. While hundreds of thousands of people in private sector pension schemes are finding their benefits down graded, and some have lost their pensions altogether, the public sector continues to receive privileged treatment."

Sir Geoffrey Bowman, you may want to know, was the guy who renamed the Crown Courts List to the the unlawful ADMINISTRATIVE COURTS in 1970 following a law commission recommendation in 1966, as I recall. He has been well rewarded for this crime.

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Re: The Town Hall Talks - No. 2: Rob Bollox

Postby musashi » Tue Aug 04, 2015 11:41 am

Appearing with Rob of the Bollox exposing the council there will be the Land Council.
The Land Council is a non-profit organisation created through a necessity to build stronger communities throughout the Country, uniting us once more. Our Mission is to secure our green lands/ public lands by transferring public lands back to it's stewards. in turn will create better access, better health, AND better productivity through the Transfer of Public Lands to local stewardship. Breathing new life into projects such as The Free Organic Food and Energy Projects that are being created across the country by local communities, people contributing 5 hours a week of their trade or skill or service, to support their immediate community. Yielding Free Organic Food for all and Free Energy.

That's what it says on their website. Those of you who are concerned about 'green issues' may find this very intersting.
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