Wednesday, May 25, 2011


You may recognise a few names on this list below, well so you should, they are 'YOUR' representatives in Parliament.
Here are  267 spineless, gutless moronic traitors who HAVE surrendered BILLIONS of your money to Brussels 'The basket case, otherwise known as the EU'.

These 267 ingrates, have, without any thought of what this money could do for our own country, handed over 'YOUR' money to be wasted on illegitimate and criminal projects.
Brussels can hardly manage itself and has for the last decade not accounted for any money it has handled.

These 267 below knowing full well that the majority of this country want 'OUT' of the EU, have commited Billions of your sweat equity and have 'NOT' given any reasons or explanations as to what it will be spent on.

Wouldn't you rather they spend 'YOUR' money on schools, hospitals or cutting taxes, how about giving something 'BACK' to the pentioners who have worked their entire lives to make this country great.

267 MPs who would rather you starved and couldn't find a dentist - as long as the corrupt, treacherous dictatorship that is the EU and it's Euro-zone survives to provide jobs for future shabby politicians and dictators:

 These 267 should not receive ONE more vote from 'We the People' they should be ashamed of what they have just done.

I 'SPIT' in disgust at the feet of every last one of them. They are pretty poor excuses for human beings, they give humanity a BAD name.


Adams, Nigel

Afriyie, Adam

Aldous, Peter

Amess, Mr David

Andrew, Stuart

Arbuthnot, rh Mr James

Bacon, Mr Richard

Bagshawe, Ms Louise

Baker, Norman

Baldry, Tony

Baldwin, Harriett

Barclay, Stephen

Barker, Gregory

Barron, rh Mr Kevin

Barwell, Gavin

Bebb, Guto

Benyon, Richard

Birtwistle, Gordon

Blackman, Bob

Blackwood, Nicola

Blunt, Mr Crispin

Boles, Nick

Bottomley, Sir Peter

Bradley, Karen

Brake, Tom

Bray, Angie

Brazier, Mr Julian

Bridgen, Andrew

Brine, Mr Steve

Brokenshire, James

Brooke, Annette

Browne, Mr Jeremy

Bruce, rh Malcolm

Buckland, Mr Robert

Burns, rh Mr Simon

Burrowes, Mr David

Burstow, Paul

Burt, Alistair

Burt, Lorely

Byles, Dan

Cairns, Alun

Campbell, rh Sir Menzies

Carmichael, rh Mr Alistair

Carmichael, Neil

Chishti, Rehman

Clark, rh Greg

Clarke, rh Mr Kenneth

Clifton-Brown, Geoffrey

Coffey, Dr Thérèse

Collins, Damian

Colvile, Oliver

Connarty, Michael

Cox, Mr Geoffrey

Crockart, Mike

Crouch, Tracey

Davey, Mr Edward

Davies, David T. C.


Dinenage, Caroline

Djanogly, Mr Jonathan

Donohoe, Mr Brian H.

Dorries, Nadine

Doyle-Price, Jackie

Duncan Smith, rh Mr Iain

Dunne, Mr Philip

Ellison, Jane

Ellwood, Mr Tobias

Elphicke, Charlie

Eustice, George

Evans, Graham

Evans, Jonathan

Evennett, Mr David

Fabricant, Michael

Fallon, Michael

Field, Mr Mark

Foster, rh Mr Don

Francois, rh Mr Mark

Freeman, George

Freer, Mike

Fuller, Richard

Gale, Mr Roger

Garnier, Mr Edward

Garnier, Mark

Gauke, Mr David

George, Andrew

Gibb, Mr Nick

Gilbert, Stephen

Gillan, rh Mrs Cheryl

Glen, John

Goodwill, Mr Robert

Gove, rh Michael

Graham, Richard

Grayling, rh Chris

Green, Damian

Greening, Justine

Grieve, rh Mr Dominic

Griffiths, Andrew

Gummer, Ben

Gyimah, Mr Sam

Hague, rh Mr William

Halfon, Robert

Hammond, rh Mr Philip

Hammond, Stephen

Hancock, Matthew

Hands, Greg

Harper, Mr Mark

Harris, Rebecca

Hart, Simon

Harvey, Nick

Haselhurst, rh Sir Alan

Heald, Oliver

Heath, Mr David

Heaton-Harris, Chris

Hemming, John

Hendry, Charles

Herbert, rh Nick

Hinds, Damian

Hoban, Mr Mark

Hollingbery, George

Holloway, Mr Adam

Hopkins, Kris

Howarth, Mr Gerald

Howell, John

Hughes, rh Simon

Huhne, rh Chris

Hunt, rh Mr Jeremy

Huppert, Dr Julian

Hurd, Mr Nick

Jackson, Mr Stewart

James, Margot

Johnson, Gareth

Johnson, Joseph

Jones, Andrew

Jones, Mr David

Jones, Mr Marcus

Kawczynski, Daniel

Kirby, Simon

Knight, rh Mr Greg

Laing, Mrs Eleanor

Lamb, Norman

Lancaster, Mark

Latham, Pauline

Leadsom, Andrea

Lee, Jessica

Lee, Dr Phillip

Leech, Mr John

Lefroy, Jeremy

Letwin, rh Mr Oliver

Lewis, Brandon

Liddell-Grainger, Mr Ian

Lidington, rh Mr David

Lloyd, Stephen

Lopresti, Jack

Lord, Jonathan

Loughton, Tim

Luff, Peter

Macleod, Mary

May, rh Mrs Theresa

Maynard, Paul

McIntosh, Miss Anne

McLoughlin, rh Mr Patrick

McVey, Esther

Menzies, Mark

Mercer, Patrick

Metcalfe, Stephen

Miller, Maria

Mills, Nigel

Milton, Anne

Mordaunt, Penny

Morgan, Nicky

Morris, Anne Marie

Morris, David

Mowat, David

Mulholland, Greg

Mundell, rh David

Munt, Tessa

Murray, Sheryll

Murrison, Dr Andrew

Neill, Robert

Newmark, Mr Brooks

Newton, Sarah

Nokes, Caroline

Norman, Jesse

O'Brien, Mr Stephen

Offord, Mr Matthew

Ollerenshaw, Eric

Paice, rh Mr James

Parish, Neil

Patel, Priti

Pawsey, Mark

Penning, Mike

Penrose, John

Perry, Claire

Phillips, Stephen

Pickles, rh Mr Eric

Pincher, Christopher

Poulter, Dr Daniel

Prisk, Mr Mark

Pritchard, Mark

Pugh, John

Raab, Mr Dominic

Randall, rh Mr John

Reid, Mr Alan

Robertson, Mr Laurence

Rogerson, Dan

Rudd, Amber

Ruffley, Mr David

Russell, Bob

Rutley, David

Sanders, Mr Adrian

Scott, Mr Lee

Selous, Andrew

Sharma, Alok

Shelbrooke, Alec

Simmonds, Mark

Simpson, Mr Keith

Skidmore, Chris

Smith, Miss Chloe

Smith, Julian

Smith, Sir Robert

Soames, Nicholas

Soubry, Anna

Spelman, rh Mrs Caroline

Spencer, Mr Mark

Stephenson, Andrew

Stevenson, John

Stewart, Iain

Stewart, Rory

Streeter, Mr Gary

Stride, Mel

Stuart, Mr Graham

Sturdy, Julian

Swales, Ian

Swayne, Mr Desmond

Swinson, Jo

Swire, rh Mr Hugo

Syms, Mr Robert

Thurso, John

Timpson, Mr Edward

Tredinnick, David

Tyrie, Mr Andrew

Uppal, Paul

Vaizey, Mr Edward

Vara, Mr Shailesh

Villiers, rh Mrs Theresa

Walker, Mr Robin

Wallace, Mr Ben

Walter, Mr Robert

Ward, Mr David

Webb, Steve

Wharton, James

Wheeler, Heather

White, Chris

Whittaker, Craig

Wiggin, Bill

Willetts, rh Mr David

Williams, Hywel

Williams, Mr Mark

Williams, Roger

Williams, Stephen

Williamson, Gavin

Willott, Jenny

Wilson, Mr Rob

Wright, Jeremy

Wright, Simon

Yeo, Mr Tim

Young, rh Sir George

Zahawi, Nadhim

Friday, May 20, 2011

Buchanan Clark and Wells (Debt collection tactics)

Found this on another site ans as the author is anonymous there is no way to ask if I can post it. So here it is.

BCW Group PLC - Buchanan Clark and Wells.

What you should know

I was an employee with BCW Group, and I would like to, anonymously, share my experiences of them, and hopefully help people who currently have their debt with this company.

BCW are a debt collection organisation. Some of their clients include: 'British Gas, Scottish Power, E.On, powergen, etc.' Local councils for council tax collection. Most large mobile phone companies.

I am speaking out as an ex-employee because this company's 'tactics' are appalling.
The only thing they are concerned with is getting as much money as possible out of you - regardless of your circumstances.

First of all, BCW have a 'three call' strategy.
This is as follows.

You will receive a letter from BCW stating that it is a 'formal/final demand for payment'. You will be urged to contact a premium rate telephone line to make payment.

The person you are connected with is trained to ONLY EVER accept payment in full the first time you call. Therefore, when you call and say you cannot afford payment in full, they will tell you to go and try and find the money and will give you 48 hours to do so.

The second call you make, if you say you could not source the money, they will offer you:
50% payment now and 50% payment next month. Or 50% then 25% then 25%.

Only on the third phone call will you be offered a monthly payment plan option, up to 12 months.

BCW make an extra charge (min £2) when paying by credit/debit card over the phone.

Their call centre is very much a competition-based environment, whereby bonuses are given to 'top collectors'.
As you can imagine - 'top collectors' are ruthless.

During my training - I was told to 'take payment at all costs'. Never fob callers off to the client (i.e. british gas) - just make excuses for the charges and take payment.

We were told to "imply" court action, bailiffs, credit blacklisting - as means to make the caller pay.

We were always told NEVER to tell the caller that they 'WILL' end up in court, etc - however that 'May/Might/Possible' court action,etc. was a good tactic.

If you fail to call BCW and they have your telephone number - they will call you. They can call you every single day if they don't feel that you are trying hard enough to pay or not paying.

Debt is written off if they cannot trace you/ you can prove you are bankrupt./ you can prove the original client is deceased/ you prove you are on a debt prepayment plan with a recognised authority and obtaining payment from you would be uneconomical to pursue.

There are non-premium rate telephone numbers to get through to them - please see their website for numbers.

Please note that at the time I was employed - BCW staff were told to obey all data protection act rules and regulations. Training involved a lot knowing about the regulations in place, and we were tested on them.
Anyone flaunting the rules was automatically fired - on the spot.

This is because complaints are costly to their fortune, and they don't tolerate it - at least, in theory.

If you ask to speak to a line manager - you must be put through or called back as soon as possible.

If you ask for your telephone number to be removed from their system - they MUST do it, so long as they have an address they can write to you at.

Monday, May 2, 2011

Royal Wedding Purge 2011

Charlie Veitch was arrested 'suspicion of conspiracy to cause a nuisance' A day before the wedding of the, not so next in line to the throne, William.

Now I am not in the business of hating anyone and the royals do not escape this statement. The queen like me is a living sentient being the racist husband of the so called monarch is also a living sentient being. However there are some poignant, salient differences, the most obvious being that I did not swear to protect the people of this country, the queen DID!

In the Coronation ceremony of 2 June 1953, one of the highlights was when The Queen made her Coronation Oath (taken from the Order of Service for the Coronation).
The Queen having returned to her Chair, (her Majesty having already on Tuesday, the 4th day of November, 1952, in the presence of the two Houses of Parliament, made and signed the Declaration prescribed by Act of Parliament), the Archbishop standing before her shall administer the Coronation Oath by first asking the Queen,

Madam, is your Majesty willing to take the Oath?
And the Queen answering, "I am willing."
The Archbishop ministered these questions:
Archbishop. Will you solemnly promise and swear to govern the Peoples of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, the Union of South Africa, Pakistan, and Ceylon, and of your Possessions and the other Territories to any of them belonging or pertaining, according to their respective laws and customs?
Queen. "I solemnly promise so to do."
Archbishop. Will you to your power cause Law and Justice, in Mercy, to be executed in all your judgements?
Queen. "I will"
Archbishop. Will you to the utmost of your power maintain the Laws of God and the true profession of the Gospel? Will you to the utmost of your power maintain in the United Kingdom the Protestant Reformed Religion established by law? Will you maintain and preserve inviolably the settlement of the Church of England, and the doctrine, worship, discipline, and government thereof, as by law established in England? And will you preserve unto the Bishops and Clergy of England, and to the Churches there committed to their charge, all such rights and privileges, as by law do or shall appertain to them or any of them?
Queen. "All this I promise to do."
Then the Queen arising out of her Chair, supported as before, the Sword of State being carried before her, shall go to the Altar, and make her solemn Oath in the sight of all the people to observe the premisses: laying her right hand upon the Holy Gospel in the great Bible as she kneels upon the steps, and saying these words:
"The things which I have here before promised, I will perform and keep. So help me God."
Then the Queen kissed the Book and signed the Oath

AND I didn't know about the ramifications of either of the treatise (Maastricht or Lisbon) and given the choice I would not have supported either.

The Treaty of Maastricht (formally, the Treaty on European Union, (TEU)) was signed on 7 February 1992. The Treaty of Maastricht made the Queen subject to the European Union and a citizen of that Union ‘subject to the duties imposed thereby’.
The EU Constitution - which will come into force on 1st January 2009; ('Lisbon Treaty')

The 'Lisbon Treaty' is a constitution; A country cannot have two constitutions.'

Anything else? that gives us a clue that the laws don't apply to our glorious leaders. Here's one to watch out for.

It is concluded that under European law excluding Princess Anne from becoming monarch in favour of a male is sex discrimination, then this will directly conflict with the Act of Settlement 1701, and thus domestic law.

I started with Charlie, Veitch that is, so I am going to GLUE the two subjects together.

Just exactly what does 'suspicion of conspiracy to cause a nuisance' mean, on the scale of things?
On the one hand we have a constitutional monarch who totally neglects her subjects by signing away our rights and she (the bitch) is at liberty and is 'NOT under arrest', don't know if we could do that anyway, on the other hand; Charlie says he will ignore an injunction, or whatever, to attend a 'WEDDING' and is ARRESTED!

What has this to do with the queen and the marriage?
It was those who serve the queen who arrested Charlie AND because her grandchild was getting married.
Had this not been the case, Charlie would have not been arrested.

For those who don't 'give a SHIT' just wait till it's your turn.
When the police deny YOU the right to a solicitor and your wife / partner or your solicitor is not allowed to know where you are or how long you are going to be held - forget asking 'WHY' you are arrested 'they don't have to tell you'.

It was on THIS day that a PINEAPPLE was well and truly stuffed up the arse of the british (Albion) public. Consider yourself 'FUCKED'.

What can we do?
“When bad men combine, the good must associate; else they will fall, one by one, an unpitied sacrifice in a contemptible struggle.”
[Edmund Burke, 1770, in 'Thoughts on the Cause of the Present Discontents.'].