Thursday, 18 February 2010

Flying Vet flies from prison ……….into Court

Great news from the dark Principality of Wales!
Maurice Kirk won his court case and defeated the sad attempt at prosecution for going armed with a 1st World War DH Biplane…………….

But he returned seeking to obtain his papers and was arrested again on charges of attempted burglary and banged up again by the plods. He next appears in the Welsh court on the 24th February when the attempt to send him to Broadmoor for ever and ever will start all over again!!!!!

Anybody who thinks they have the balls or stamina to challenge the whole damned stupid and corrupt system should read Maurice Kirk’s blog site Here before going to bed every night – and it should be part of the essential School Curriculum for all students.

You want to protest about corruption in Jersey? Read and understand Maurice Kirk first.

Submitted by Thomas Wellard

Wednesday, 3 February 2010

Human Rights - Too boring for Jersey?

Twelve months ago we at Team Voice looked at Jersey’s Holocaust Memorial Day and here we are again.

Nothing much has changed so far as awareness or legislation are concerned in Jersey - but how about the rest of the world? Does it really matter if a few million people here or there finish up in a gas chamber or shot up against a wall or if they don’t receive a fair trial or starve to death?

Do we just expect too much when we seek non - discrimination laws in Jersey and why on earth do we expect justice for the victims of Haut De La Garenne, or the suspended Chief of Police or punishment for those who allowed the Jersey General Hospital to become such a mess?

Sixty five years after the Occupation ended we still lack the most basic legal safeguards and protection of our rights.

Here (below) two of our government ministers - Senator Freddie Cohen and Senator Ian Le Marquand express their opinions and defend the Jersey status quo but are their modest aims good enough in 2010?

How long must we wait and just what are we waiting for?

Submitted by Thomas Wellard.

P.S. We apologise for some of the audio quality.