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Friday, 30 November 2012

"Corruption? - In Jersey? - What Fcukin Corruption?"

"This!!! Fucking!!! Corruption!!!"



Cyril 'Le Squirrel' Vibert, having endured a tedious session at the hands of, and mercy of, Bridget 'corrupt' Shaw's Court (Star Chamber) enlightened the watchers as to the perjury of two of Jersey's finest (states police officers), said liars being PC252 Mark O'Neill and PC 283 David O'Brien.

These disgusting pieces of shit were ordered to lie through their teeth, and did so, at Cyril's expense!

They testified on oath that Cyril had....Aaaah, Well, read it for yourselves at the pic below :)







None the wiser? Good....That sets a president, Jersey style :) These two poop-suckers lied through their teeth in court and denied that Cyril had said a little something! Luckily, I had schooled 'Cyril the Squirrel' in the art of covert tape recordings :)

The end result of these two police officers corruption was the letter below,  exonerated both from any wrongdoing, and by our lame-assed, corrupt excuse for an Attorney General, numpty, and conspirator, Dim Tim Le Cocq :) Cheers Fuckwit!!!

This smart-assed lawyer, and 'alleged' defender of the public faith, wrote to Cyril just the other day, and with his recommendations as to the current crisis having reviewed 'ALL' the evidence!!! :)

Dim Tim's Trite Excuses, are below.

 
Followed by the mandatory horseshit that accompanies these documents.

 
 
 
 

This excuse for a submission is the mandatory lame-assed bullshit these Quasi Criminals have been sending out to the people of Jersey for decades. I know, I have at least seven of these word for word bullshit letters! Each saying the exact same thing as it's predecessor!!!

I have passed all this info on to a very concerned States Member tonight, hopefully, Jersey will reap the benefits of our sacrifices in the not to distant future :)






"Yet Another Missing Person In Sunny Happy Jersey"

Concern growing for missing woman
 


Fiona Lord


Concern is growing for a missing woman in Jersey.

Fiona Lord went missing from her home in St Clements two days ago.

Fiona is reported to have been wearing a flowing black dress, a black hat and a black scarf, with a silver-coloured brooch.

She was last seen by neighbours as she left her house at Pontac Common, around lunchtime on Wednesday (November 28th).

Sgt Paul Smith, who is heading up the search for Fiona, said: “We are concerned for Fiona’s safety, we just want to be sure that she is safe and well.”

“Fiona’s father recently passed away and she may well be feeling vulnerable,” added Sgt Smith. “We are appealing to her to contact us to let us know she is ok, or for anyone who may know where she is to get in touch with us on 612612, or by calling at the Enquiry Desk at Police Headquarters.”

"Mighty Jersey Get's It's Butt Kicked Into Line By The UK" PMSL :)

Jersey ‘will have to share data with UK’
 
Colin Powell was speaking at the eighth
annual compliance and economic crime symposium
 
 
JERSEY will have little choice but to hand over information to the UK tax man about UK residents who have bank accounts here, says the Island’s leading adviser on international affairs.
 
Colin Powell was in London on Wednesday to speak to UK officials about a rift that has developed between the Island and Westminster over the provision of tax data.

Mr Powell said the UK had ‘unsurprisingly jumped on the bandwagon’, after the Island indicated it would sign up to an agreement with the USA designed to prevent American citizens evade tax.

The decision by the Island to sign an ‘inter-governmental agreement’ with the US on the Foreign Accountant Tax Compliance Act (Fatca) prompted the UK to act to secure the same type of agreement.

The UK’s move came out of the blue but it would appear that the Island will have little choice but to agree.

"Another One Leaves The Sinking Ship"

"De Gruchy In A Rushy!!!"
 
 
Empty Eyed - Peter De Gruchy
 
 

He has been in the job 16 years, but Jersey's Deputy Viscount Peter de Gruchy, retired today.

As well as ceremonial roles such as carrying the Royal Mace on State occassions and ceremonial events, the job involves court enforcement tasks like evictions and acting as the island's coroner.
 
 
 
 

Thursday, 29 November 2012

"Cyril The Squirrel Takes Jersey Corruption To New Heights"

"Just Making It Up As We Go Along!"
 

As readers will be aware, Cyril was up for appeal today before the Royal Court against his sentence for, erm, contempt of court.

He showed that Bridget Shaw had acted in a biased manner, and had denied him his International Human Rights amongst other little indiscretions.

The prosecutor had asserted that Cyril was following Freeman On The Land advice and that a judgement in Canada had show Cyril's actions to be those of a F.O.T.L. and their "ilke". So What?

The prosecutor had asserted that decisions made in the magistrates court had led to the use of the words "Freeman On The Land Outburst" on Cyril's charge sheet and was included in the judgement against Cyril.

Just one slight little problem with that! This allegation of "Freeman On The Land Outburst" was made rather early in the year and could not have been taken from the judgement in Canada. The judgement in Canada (as myself and Cyril have read it) was made only a few months ago!!! Were the prosecution lying? Just to thick to check their facts? Or making it up as they went along?

As expected, King Birt dismissed Cyril's appeal without a word of explanation but stating there will be a written judgement at a later date. We will look forward to deconstructing that little number in the forthcoming months.

So, Cyril had to go back to prison for another five days to finish his original sentence, no biggy, but there was a twist in the tale that shook myself and Cyril somewhat, the implications of which are deeply worrying for the future of alleged justice in Jersey.

Cyril rang me from prison tonight, he had had a visit from the Viscounts representative who was also in court today. This guy said to Cyril that he had some document from court (which he refused to show to Cyril) that said Cyril had to serve an extra FORTY TWO days in prison, and then Poof.... he just disappeared!!!

If there was another issue, then why was it not addressed in court today? Why was Cyril not given the opportunity to defend any action in conjunction with this matter? And how can a member of the Viscounts office give someone an extra forty two days in prison? Why was King Birt not sentencing Cyril to this extra time?

I would urge all readers to look at my postings on "A week trying to wake the sheep" as it is all unfolding before our very eyes!!!

 
"What Kind Of Horseshit Is This?"
 
New World Order Horseshit....
 
 
And please sign the petition below to help rid the Isle of Jersey of these disgusting crooks. 
 
 
 
 

"Gorst To Investigate Again?" PMSL :)

Jersey's chief minister should review

'town village' decisions

Gorst to investigate?
 
 
Millennium Town Park 
The new village would have been built near the Millennium Town Park

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Jersey's Chief Minister has been asked to investigate claims that a £75m development in St Helier was shelved because of planning delays.

Le Masurier Ltd says it dropped its Parkside Village plans after losing confidence in the Planning Department.

The project would have seen parts of St Helier redeveloped with new shops, homes and parking.

David Warr, from the Chamber of Commerce, said the firm's decision to scrap the plan was a "big blow".

Chief Minister, Senator Ian Gorst said he needed to review the complaint before he could comment properly.

Mr Warr said an independent review was needed to find out what had gone wrong with plans for the village.

He wants the Chief Minister to find out if the planning process was to blame and whether it needed to change.

Andy Scate, Chief Executive of Jersey's Planning Department, said his department was being used as a scapegoat and he did not accept Le Masurier's claims the proposals had been delayed by the department.

Mr Warr said to have a major developer expressing "such deep frustration" was worrying for the island's economic health.

Martin Holmes from the Jersey Construction Council said Le Masurier's project was needed to sustain the building trade in Jersey and that a lot of islanders were going to miss out.

"Token Gestures"

Compensation scheme for child abuse victims may be widened
 
 
 
MINISTERS will today consider a number of claims by victims of historical child abuse while in States care to decide if they should be covered by the existing compensation scheme, the Chief Minister has confirmed.
 
Following a written States question from Deputy Mike Higgins on the subject, Chief Minister Ian Gorst said that a report from the lawyers of the Historical Abuse Redress Scheme, which was launched in March and made up to £60,000 available to each victim, was on the agenda to be discussed at the next Council of Ministers meeting due to take place today.

It concerned, he said, claims from those who had been in States care which did not strictly fit into the criteria of the redress scheme because they related to abuse that took place away from a residential care home or where the alleged abuser was not a States employee or a fellow care home resident.

"Jersey N.W.O. Crooks Controlling Every Aspect Of Your Lives"

Ministers discuss setting minimum
alcohol prices
 
 
 
 
 
 
A MINIMUM price for alcohol that would end supermarket discounts has been discussed by ministers in the run-up to a new government Alcohol Policy that will go to the States next year.
 
Following yesterday’s news about a proposal for minimum pricing of alcohol units in the UK to help curb binge-drinking and level the playing field between on- and off-licences, the Public Health department has confirmed that there have been talks about a similar move here.

Under the UK proposals, the minimum price would be set at 45p per unit, raising the minimum price for a can of beer to about £1.12, and for a bottle of wine to £4.40.

But Jersey’s Public Health department head of health improvement Andrew Heaven said that it was not clear what shape proposals for a new Alcohol Policy would take when they went out to consultation early next year, or if a recommendation on minimum pricing would be included.

‘What the Public Health department has said historically is that price is an important part of any policy which looks at reducing the consumption, and therefore the harm produced by alcohol,’ said Mr Heaven.


Wednesday, 28 November 2012

"Quick Update For Cyril's Royal Court Appeal Tomorrow"

"The Squirrel May Not Be There"
 



Cyril was rushed into hospital this afternoon looking like death warmed up, I left Cyril about 8.0pm and am waiting for a phone call to find out whats wrong.
 
I will let you know anything as soon as I find out, I will leave you with a comment that was left on another posting today. This abuse was left by the usual suspect, another "Stella" moment in the life of one of Jersey's most sickening scum :)
 
I am sure Cyril will appreciate Jon's well wishes....



"That cannot surprise any of us as Jersey has become the World's first Police Force that refuses to investigate crime! Myself, Cyril, Stuart, amongst others, have recently approached the States of Jersey Police with numerous complaints of very well evidenced and serious criminality, yet Mike Bowron, Jersey's Chief Police Officer refuses to investigate any of the complaints. Why?"

"Because you're a scum Evans togther with Syvret and dopey Vibert.
I know so because that is how the police really see you and your evidence is never truthful, never accurate and you are just an idiot living in another world.

That is why after so many years of blogging you have got nowhere."


Jon's Wet Mattress






"Jersey Planning A Laughing Stock!"

Developer withdraws plans for
'Bath Street village'
 
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One of Jersey's biggest private landowners are withdrawing their plans for a retail and residential village in the heart of St Helier.

Le Masurier have decided to halt their £75 million scheme to redevelop their Bath Street site, because they have no confidence in the planning process.

They claim they have spent a year trying to agree a development brief with the Planning Department, but have faced constant delays and u-turns.

Brian McCarthy, Managing Director, C Le Masurier Limited, said: "It is with deep felt regret, that we have no option but to down tools on our Parkside Village project. Following a positive public consultation, we thought we had agreed a brief in July but now we have been presented by Planning with unacceptable wholesale changes, which make our proposals totally unviable."

So what changes have Planning asked for?

*Asking the company to build an underground car park for 200 spaces, when the development already includes 130 spaces for residents, plus shopper parking.

*Paying for a transport link north to south of the development, in addition to their planned pedestrian link east to west between the Odeon cinema and Halkett Place.

*Asking for a strong justification for the removal of historic building 92 Bath Street, when the Planning Minister had already indicated it could be demolished.

Mr McCarthy said: "It is impossible to make sensible progress and we cannot risk spending millions of pounds on a planning application, without the certainty of due process and the department's commitment to a transparent service."

The Jersey Construction Council says it's disappointing to lose a scheme that would have provided several years of work from building 200 homes, as well as shops and cafes.

Martin Holmes, President of the Construction Council said he's bemused: "The scheme fitted within the island plan to build on brown field sites. We have a north of St Helier masterplan that talks about private sector landlords being instrumental to development, and here we are at the beginning of the process on a major site and the private investor has not got the confidence to move forward with planning and that must raise some very serious questions about the role of planning as an economic enabler."

Jersey's Chamber of Commerce is now calling on the Chief Minister to launch an independent review of the Planning Department.
 
 
 
Above: Where the development would have been.

The Head of Planning, Andy Scate, refutes Le Masurier's claims and thinks the company is using the department as a scapegoat to hide their real reasons for pulling out of the project.

He said: "The guidance has not been changed significantly and I consider the statements from the company to be untrue. I am at a loss to understand why a planning application will now not be submitted, after the very close and regular working that has taken place.

"The decision not to proceed, is in my view simply an attempt to blame the planning system instead of being open that this is a commercially motivated decision by the company."

Andy Scate also wants to remind people that their role is to oversea and police developments.

"We believe the brief that has now been agreed by the Minister offers an excellent opportunity for this area of town to be developed and see no reason why a planning application for this site cannot be progressed.

"While Le Masurier have chosen to blame their decision on the planning process, other factors such as market confidence, demand and financing opportunities, could well have contributed to their decision."

"Nurses Ignored Again"

Nurse talks put off again



Nurses and midwives in Jersey are becoming increasingly frustrated over delays in pay negotiations with the States.

They say their income is about 18% lower than other care workers in the same roles - and putting the Health Service under huge strain by discouraging nurses from coming, and staying, in the island.

Nurses' Unions appealed last week to the States Employment Board for fairer and more equal pay, but talks have been put off yet again.

"WoHo - Tax Payers Win Again!!!"

Tax payers pay for exhibit at
Chelsea Flower Show



Farmers who grew a winning exhibit at this summers Chelsea Flower Show have been paid £5,000 of tax payers money.

The Jersey Farmers Union won a gold medal at the prestigious ceremony for their high quality island-grown vegetables.

The exhibit was to promote Jersey produce and was two years in the planning.

Tuesday, 27 November 2012

"A Week Trying To Wake The Sheep!" Part 4

"Codex Alimentarius Poisoning You!!!"
 
 



 

 
 

rense.com


 

Codex Alimentarius (CA)
Threatens Human Health

By Stephen Lendman
 
On its web site, Codex Alimentarius (Latin for food code) says:
"The Codex Alimentarius Commission was created in 1963 by the FAO (Food and Agricultural Organization of the UN) and WHO (World Health Organization) to develop food standards, guidelines and related texts such as codes of practice under the Joint FAO/WHO Food Standards Programme. The main purposes of this Programme are protecting health of the consumers and ensuring fair trade practices in the food trade, and promoting coordination of all food standards work undertaken by international governmental and non-governmental organizations."
Whatever its founding purpose, CA is much different today because corporate interests control it - global pharmaceutical, food, and banking giants in league with complicit UN and government agencies to promote GMOs over healthy foods, and drugs over natural remedies by restricting or banning vitamin and dietary supplements, except ones they control. Organic food as well by irradiation and hidden synthetic additives or ingredients.
If CA's standards and guidelines are adopted, they'll establish binding global rules, effectively overriding sovereign national laws. GMO foods and drugs will proliferate. Labeling will be banned. Food and drug giants will decide what will and won't be sold. Governments will be prohibited from countermanding them. Everyone's health and well-being will be jeopardized.
Since its 2004 founding, the Natural Solutions Foundation has been involved in "discover(ing), develop(ing), demonstrat(ing) and disseminat(ing) natural solutions to the problems facing us and threatening our health and freedom." Its goal is "to support advanced healthcare and health freedom" globally, not a system promoting corporate interests at the expense of human health and well-being.
It explains that CA has "absolutely nothing to do with consumer protection." It's a corporate-run "Trade Commission" created to control "every aspect of how food and nutritional supplements are produced and sold to the consumer." It's about profits, not human health. It wants to ban natural remedies and promote unsafe drugs. It's "unscientific because it classifies nutrients as toxins and uses 'Risk Assessment' to set ultra low so-called 'safe upper limits' for them." It wants to prohibit everything not explicitly permitted and controlled by them.
Under the 1986 - 1993 GATT Uruguay Round, its 110 member countries agreed to harmonize their domestic laws to conform to international standards. In January 1995, the WTO replaced GATT, and as of July 2008, its membership included 153 nations.
Its Agreement on Technical Barriers to Trade was established "to ensure that regulations, standards, testing and certification procedures do not create unnecessary obstacles. It specifically refers to:
-- ...."the important contributions that international standards and conformity assessment systems can make....by improving efficiency of production and facilitating the conduct of international trade....;" and
-- the importance of "develop(ing) such international standards and conformity assessment systems."
It states that "Members are fully responsible under this Agreement for the observance of all provisions of Article 2" - pertaining to the "Preparation, Adoption and Application of Technical Regulations by Central Government Bodies;" under them, "Members shall formulate and implement positive measures and mechanisms in support of the observance of (Article 2's) provisions by other than central government bodies."
This means that WTO members are legally bound under global guidelines, including CA standards if adopted, that override currently in force national laws. Under WTO rules, failure to comply may bring punitive fines or crippling trade sanctions.
At its July 2005 session, the Codex Committee on Nutrition and Foods for Special Dietary Uses (CCNFSDU), drew up guidelines that set restrictive upper dosage limits on popularly used vitamin and mineral supplements and nutrients. They prohibit the sale of all curative, preventative, and therapeutic supplements without a doctor's prescription, most now accessible over-the-counter at health food, other stores, or by mail order.
Twenty-six other committees are tasked with setting global standards for different areas of the global food and drug trade, including:
-- fruits and vegetables;
-- fruit and vegetable juices;
-- fats and oils;
-- meat, poultry and fish;
-- cereals, pulses (used for food and animal feed) and legumes;
-- milk and milk products;
-- natural mineral waters;
-- sugars;
-- cocoa products and chocolate;
-- food hygiene;
-- food labeling (as a way not to disclose GMO foods and ingredients)
-- pesticide residues;
-- residues of veterinary drugs found in foods;
-- food additives;
-- regional coordination, and more.
Codex standards are binding on all WTO members under its Agreement on the Application of Sanitary and Phytosanitary Measures and the Agreement on Technical Barriers to Trade. Both were included among the Multilateral Agreements on Trade in Goods that was part of the 1994 Marrakesh Agreement that established the WTO.
Currently, it says that "there is no legal obligation on Members to apply Codex standards, guidelines and recommendations." In fact, the WTO uses them to resolve international trade disputes that are legally binding on all members.
On December 31, 2009, Codex standards will be globally mandated unless legal challenges prevent it. In force, they'll override food and drug laws of all member countries, including consumer protection ones and America's 1994 Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act (DSHEA). It classifies nutrients and herbs as foods, sets no dosage limits, and permits the sale of all dietary supplements unless expressly proved unsafe. Codex rules reverse things by prohibiting everything NOT proved safe, including high potency, therapeutically effective nutrients and supplements.
Common foods, herbs, nutrients, amino acids, homeopathic and other natural remedies would be called drugs. Potencies would be limited, and prescriptions would be required for their use. Some would be banned altogether.
In contrast, about 300 dangerous food additives will be allowed, including aspartame, BHA, BHT, potassium bromate, and tartrazine. New guidelines will authorize the worldwide proliferation of unlabeled GMO foods, drugs, and ingredients, known to harm human health.
In addition:
-- dangerous high-potency industrial chemicals, pesticides, and fungicides will be allowed, ones now near-universally banned, including aldrin, hexachlorobenzene and toxaphene;
-- growth hormones for cows will be mandated;
-- antibiotics as well for all "food herds, fish and flocks;"
-- irradiation will be required for all foods not locally grown and sold raw and unprocessed; and
-- new standards will permit dangerous toxic levels (0.5 ppb) of aflotoxin in milk produced from moldy storage conditions of animal feed; aflotoxin is one of most potent carcinogenic compounds known.
In addition, professional written, oral or other nutritional advice will be banned, including about the benefits of vitamins, minerals, nutrients and other health-promoting substances. Henceforth, they'll be considered toxins or poisons to be removed from food because Codex will prohibit their use to "prevent, treat or cure any condition or disease."
In America before the 1996 Food Quality and Protection Act passed, the 1958 Delaney Clause prohibited use of known carcinogens in processed foods. It specifically said:
"the Secretary of the Food and Drug Administration shall not approve for use in food any chemical additive found to induce cancer in man, or, after tests, found to induce cancer in animals."
It protected against unsafe food additives, meat and poultry drugs, color additives, and cancer-causing pesticide residues in processed foods above a certain level.
Obama's Enforcers
On July 23, Obama appointed Monsanto vice-president and lobbyist Michael Taylor as food safety czar - the man Jeffrey Smith, author and leading GMO foods critic, called "The person who may be responsible for more food-related illnesses and death than anyone in history....This is no joke....What have we done?"
At FDA in the early 1990s, Taylor headed policy over letting Monsanto's GM bovine growth hormone (rBGH) be injected into cows to increase milk supply despite the known health dangers. He also kept containers from being labeled to warn consumers. Europe, Canada, Australia and New Zealand banned the drug because of the significant cancer and other risks.
Taylor also got the FDA to treat genetically modified foods and ingredients as "substantially equivalent" to natural ones, so no testing was required for safety. Ever since in America and many other countries, GM foods have proliferated despite reliable evidence of their harm to human health.
Rumored to become USDA's food safety head is Dennis Wolff - an rBGH-using dairy farmer and Pennsylvania Agriculture Secretary. Wolff spearheaded state legislation to ban rNGH-free labeling so consumers could choose safe milk over contaminated brands. He partially succeeded when governor Ed Rendell balked but allowed an FDA disclaimer on containers regarding bovine growth hormone's safety.
Operation Cure All
A June 14, 2001 FTC press release headlined "Operation Cure All Wages New Battle in Ongoing War Against Internet Health Fraud." It cited a 1997 initiated law enforcement and consumer education campaign in announcing new actions against "the fraudulent marketing of supplements and other health products on the Internet" targeting dietary supplements, herbal products, and various other "questionable" substances. The FDA claimed (without evidence) that "unscrupulous marketers (were selling to) the sickest and most vulnerable consumers." To the general public as well that relies on them as essential nutrients and natural remedies that are far more effective, safer, and vastly cheaper than dangerous overpriced drugs.
At stake isn't consumer safety. It's protecting drug company profits by eliminating competition. It's about removing safe alternatives, natural therapies, and information about them. It's to empower drug giants and approve only their products for sale. It's to establish standards they alone write; to pave the way for mass-marketing of genetically modified foods and drugs. It's a stepping stone toward mandated harmful global Codex rules.
Codex Alimentarius - A Sinister Scheme for Profit at the Expense of Human Health
Empowering Ag and drug giants through CA poses an unacceptable danger to humanity as Dr. Rima Laibow, Medical Director of the Natural Solutions Foundation, explains:
-- it will replace "safe upper (nutrient) limits with junk science;"
-- reduce them to useless levels; and
-- call essential-to-life and well-being nutrient levels toxic or poisonous.
Adequate nutrient levels are vital to "health and longevity. Nutrients are essential components of enzyme function in the human body and enzymes are the very stuff of life because they carry out every biological process in your body. Without enzymes, nothing would happen. Literally."
"There would be no digestion, no growth, no detoxification....no life. At any moment, approximately 35,000 enzymatic reactions are occurring in every cell in your body. Nutrients feed and support enzymatic action and that's why they are so crucial to health."
At optimum levels, they produce optimum health. At impaired levels, symptoms. At unhealthy levels, illness, and "No enzymatic action = death." Varying human nutrient needs depend on "genetic diversity and requirement, diet, climate and energy output, toxic load (from food, water, air, and skin absorption), underlying nutritional deficits, (and all types of) diseases and stress." In sum, it's called "Biological Individuality - a concept "totally absent from the philosophy of Codex Alimentarius."
According to Laibow, there is no "scientifically measurable 'upper limit' for nutrients" because their potential toxicity is "astonishingly low" even though at times "more is not necessarily better." DSHEA prohibits nutrient upper limits because they're foods, not drugs. "Scientifically, DSHEA is right on the mark." CA is pseudo-science for profit at the expense of human health. Legal challenges have five months left to stop them.
Stephen Lendman is a Research Associate of the Centre for Research on Globalization. He lives in Chicago and can be reached at <mailto:lendman.stephen@sbcglobal.net>lendman.stephen@sbcglobal.net.
Also visit his blog site at sjlendman.blogspot.com and listen to The Global Research News Hour on RepublicBroadcasting.org Monday - Friday at 10AM US Central time for cutting-edge discussions with distinguished guests on world and national issues. All programs are archived for easy listening.
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"Dentists Have Had It Too Good For To Long"

Islanders put off by dentist charges




video


Visiting a dentist in Jersey is around twice the price of the UK.

A basic NHS appointment there would be £17.50, but in the island, the average cost is £35.

This comes as a Jersey Consumer Council survey reveals two thirds of islanders avoid going to the dentist due to how expensive it is.

The group, which represents islanders' interests in a range of consumer issues, questioned 6,500 people about dentists.

Whilst most (74%) rated their dentist's service as either good or excellent, a similar proportion (67%) said they avoided booking an appointment as a result of the bill they would have to pay.

That 67% was made up of 23% saying it was so expensive it stopped them booking an appointment, and 44% who limited their visits because they found it too costly.

The Consumer Council argue that dentists need to be more transparent about their costs and offer patients more flexible financial plans so they can pay their bills.

But dentists say they are transparent and do offer flexibility. They also say their overheads are high which means they have to charge more than dentists do in the UK.

"Jersey's D*ckheads Should Be Charged With Attempted Murder!"

Police warn of laser danger



Police are warning of the dangers of lasers after one was shone at an airplane last night.

The BA flight was landing when a green laser light was shone from the St Clement area.

Even though the plane landed safely, police want to warn islanders that it can be a serious threat to any aircraft.

In the past year, Jersey Police have had around 25 calls of lasers being shone at cars, windows and planes.

Acting Chief Inspector Alan Willamson said: "The practice of shining laser lights at people is incredibly serious.

"It is an offence to endanger an aircraft and such behaviour is highly irresponsible and dangerous. Those responsible should realise they are putting people’s lives in danger.

"What I would like to do is appeal to parents; if your child has a laser light just find out what they are using it for and explain to them the dangers associated with shining them at people."

"Are Nurses Worthless? Will We Have Any Left Soon?"

States pay claim:
‘Prove that nurses are valued’
 
 
 
A NURSING representative has challenged the States Employment Board to show that nurses and midwives are valued when considering the public sector pay claim.
 
The SEB, which negotiates and sets States pay, was today due to meet to discuss its latest offer to all public sector workers of a one-off payment this year and one per cent rise and one-off payment next year, and a four per cent increase in 2014 dependant on the acceptance of changes to terms and conditions.

In an open letter to the board, Kenny McNeil, chairman of the staff side of the Nurses and Midwives Joint Executive, urged members to use the opportunity to ‘prove to nurses that they are valued by the States of Jersey.’

"Bookies Must Ask Their 'Parish God' To Open On Sunday!"

Sunday gambling from next January



Bookies in Jersey will be able to open on Sundays from January next year.

The law that used to stop bookmakers opening shops on a Sunday is being relaxed, but it will be different in each Parish.

If the Parish constable gives the shop owners permission, the gambling stores can open.

Like any other shop, the constable will have to bear in mind if, by opening, it will cause a nuisance:

By the opening hours...

The size of the shop..

And any additional noise and traffic.

Most betting shops in the island are under 700 sq metres, so could reasonably apply.

Monday, 26 November 2012

"A Week Trying To Wake The Sheep!" Part 3

"The Corporation"


 
 
 







"Sharks In Jersey"

Finance crisis talks
 
Chief Minister-ish   Ian Gorst
 
 
AN emergency delegation is flying to London for talks after news emerged of a dispute with the UK about an anti-tax evasion treaty which could have severe implications for the finance industry.
 
Chief Minister Ian Gorst has confirmed that the UK is threatening to block a major deal that would see information about all US citizens’ bank accounts in Jersey handed to their tax authorities.

It is because the UK wants the same information about its residents with accounts held in the Island.

It is a demand that is widely regarded as the latest attempt to crack down on so-called ‘tax havens’ and the dispute threatens to become a serious issue if it goes unresolved.

"Sharks In Sark"

Alleged money laundering in Sark



A large scale investigation is underway into alleged money laundering offences in Sark.

Two island residents appeared in Guernsey's Magistrate's Court this morning following a raid involving 16 customs officers at an address in Sark on Monday 19th November.

Michael Doyle, 44, of Oakwood Manor, Rue Du Monnaie, St Andrew, is charged with operating a business between December 2004 and November 2012 without a fiduciary licence.

He was refused a licence in 2004.

He and Belinda Lanyon, 51, of La Connellerie, are charged with perverting the course of justice by disposing of evidence.

Neither entered a plea and have been remanded in custody.

Prosecuting advocate Chris Dunford told the court that on 19th November while customs officials carried out a raid in Sark, two raids were also carried out in the UK and Guernsey.

"It is suspected that both of them are operating as nominee directors in 300 companies."

He said a large scale investigation was underway, the case involved $250,000, but that could run in to millions in due course.
Advocate Dunford said customs officers had placed a probe in the pair's vehicle and picked up Mr Doyle saying: "Come on then let's get rid of this evidence. If they find it we'll be in trouble."

Mrs Lanyon, who was born in Jersey but has lived in Sark for 21 years, was reported as saying: "We need to put the papers down at Vazon, these are overflowing."

The court heard that officers went to the Vazon bring bank but found the bins had been emptied. Some papers were recovered but some bails are still being searched.

Advocate Dunford said if customs had not put the probe in the car the material would have disappeared.

"It is a very complicated investigation. It is suspected to be serious money laundering on a high scale."

Today's hearing comes on the same day that the Guardian has published its own investigation into 'sham directors'.

The BBC's Panorama programme due to be shown tonight will also focus on the topic with a piece on the 'Sark Lark' thought to have been stamped out years ago.


"Pirate Ship To Be Reunited With It's Crew"

18th Century Privateer is St Helier bound



If you were a fan of ITV's Hornblower series, there will be a familiar sight in Jersey for a few days this week.

The Etoile du Roy is a replica of the privateer 'Grand Turk' which roamed the oceans in 1745 and was seized by the British Navy in the following year.

The replica has featured in many films, including the Hornblower series.

The 47-metre long vessel has three masts, contains 310 barrels and, when armed with its 20 canon, would have needed 240 crew members. It is due on Tuesday evening (27th November) - en route from Roscoff to St Katherine's Docks in London.

During its brief stop-over in Jersey, the tall ship will be moored in St Helier Marina and is open to the public on Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday from 11am until 6pm. Visitors will be able to buy some of its cargo of traditional pink French onions.

The vessel is due to set sail from Jersey on Thursday 29th November and will spend a few days in Portsmouth before continuing its journey to London.

The opening days and times may be subject to change depending on weather and tidal conditions.

Saturday, 24 November 2012

"The Shameless Congratulate Themselves"

"A Room Full Of Criminals, And No Arrests!!!"
 
Gameshow Mike
 
 
So, it was the night of the first Jersey Police Awards and no one in the room was arrested?
 
That cannot surprise any of us as Jersey has become the World's first Police Force that refuses to investigate crime! Myself, Cyril, Stuart, amongst others, have recently approached the States of Jersey Police with numerous complaints of very well evidenced and serious criminality, yet Mike Bowron, Jersey's Chief Police Officer refuses to investigate any of the complaints. Why?
 
The answer is painfully obvious when you consider that the complaints are all against members of the police force, the judiciary, and States employed public servants. There is now a growing tendency to bypass Mike Bowron & his force when registering a complaint against any Jersey Official. A practice that see's Jersey's Police Force as little more than a silent rubber stamp for corruption.
 
Even a Jersey politician, Deputy Trevor Pitman, made mention of this factor in a recently released YouTube video. Planning corruption was investigated by the Jersey police over the last two years and the conclusion of this two year investigation was that no corruption had taken place.
 
Fair enough one might think, that is of course until you discover that not one single person was interviewed (from either side) during the investigation!!! How on earth do you investigate, and conclude a police operation into corruption without interviewing anyone to do with the case? The link is below.
 
 
Jersey corruption is now hiding in plain sight....
 
 
 
 
Celebrating 60 years of policing

video


Jersey's police force has been celebrating its achievement at the island's first Police Awards.

The night was about showcasing those who go the extra mile in the community.

Much goes into running any police force, but for one night only Jersey police turned the spotlight on itself.

There were eleven awards recognising individuals and teams within the force.

Among the winners, a special recognition award for the witness care unit staffed by volunteers who work with witnesses of crime.

June O'Keeffe from the Witness Care Unit said: "We help them through all the process of going to court. We help them all the way down the line. So noone's scared, and it's a brilliant achievement."

Just one of many achievements showcased at the awards by a chief who has a clear ambition.

Mike Bowron, Chief of Police, said: "We coined the phrase inspiring confidence and we want to be the best little island force in the world and I think we're well on our way to achieving it."

It was a brief stop to take stock of those achievements - one night of celebration in Jersey Police's 60th anniversary year.



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Friday, 23 November 2012

"A Week Trying To Wake The Sheep!" Part 1

"Your Enslavement"
 
 
 
 
 
"People Farming"
 


 
 
 
"New World Order For Dummies"
 

 
 
 
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"Common Law - Admiralty Law - And Your Straw Man" Part 27

"Slavery By Consent"

Before we start this posting, we would like the reader to know, and acknowledge, that anything in this posting is "NOT" Legal Advice, and should "NOT" be perceived as such. Everything written here is merely our own theory.
Please also note, that anyone using these tactics or copying what we have done here, "MUST" know how to defend themselves properly in a courtroom. Lawyer's and Judges have a wealth of knowledge and trickery to get you to consent to their codes of practice, thereby rendering you liable to their penalties after you have been coaxed into giving up your "Inalienable Rights".
"Common Law is the greatest protection anyone has against tyrannical Government and injustice. The States of Jersey have trampled the Law of the land into the dirt."

"The Great Deception"

Common Law Admiralty Law And Your Straw Man,
 
 
 
 
 

"A Man With A Mind For Public Good"

Deputy Queripel: "Keep Paedophiles out"



A deputy says he will lobby the States to change the law so convicted paedophiles and other criminals are not allowed into the island.

Deputy Lester Queripel asked the Home Department whether it could amend legislation relating to the Common Travel Area.

He did so after Anthony Luckwill, an Irish National with a dual UK passport, came to Guernsey and tried to lure a 14-year-old boy back to his hotel room.

Luckwill recently completed a five month prison sentence for inciting a child to commit an act of gross indecency.

He was released on Friday 16th November and could have chosen to stay in Guernsey but decided to leave.

Deputy Queripel does not want a repeat of the situation and said the law, as it stood, allowed convicted paedophiles and rapists to visit Guernsey from anywhere within the UK, the Republic of Ireland and the Isle of Man.

"This is an extremely dangerous and damaging law, because it places our fellow islanders, and our children, in an incredibly vulnerable position."

He said the fact that Luckwill - who has previous convictions - was allowed to enter the island in the first place and decide whether or not he could stay on release, was deplorable.

However, the Home Department has warned that changing the law would mean that islanders without a passport would not be able to travel to the UK.

The minister has also stressed that the island has good border controls and Luckwill was identified soon after arriving.

Thursday, 22 November 2012

"Committee Of Inquiry May Look Into Power Suspension If They Feel Like It?"

"Passing The Buck"
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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"Barking Bill Blocks Questions On Police Investigation?"

"Chamber Of Horrors Censored
By Bailhache"
 

 
 

"Jersey Tax Haven - Island Of Secrets"

"Baroness Williams Batters Jersey"






"Not So Merry Christmas After Bail Refusal"

"Judgy Wudgy Staying Put"
 
 




"A Message From Maurice Le Cocq"

"Humane Treatment For Humans"


"Missing Woman Lisa De Sousa Found Safe And Well"

Missing woman found



Jersey Police have found Lisa De Sousa, who went missing yesterday.

They were concerned for the welfare of the 29-year-old who was last seen in town at 5.35 yesterday evening.

Jersey Police can confirm she is safe and well.

Wednesday, 21 November 2012

"Missing Woman In Jersey - Please Share This Posting"

Lisa De Sousa Missing


Lisa De Sousa


Missing Woman. Please share this message.

Police are currently concerned for the welfare of a 29 year old woman who has gone missing in Jersey. Lisa De Sousa was last seen in town at 17:35hrs yesterday evening. If Lisa is reading this or you know where she is can you ask her to please contact the police station on 01534 612612 so we can confirm that she is O.K.

Can we ask that you share this message with your friends so that it reaches as many people as possible....Many thanks.