Friday, 21 August 2015


Anonymous writes:


Ben Fellows was persecuted and hounded by the Metropolitan Police, arrested, charged with perverting the course of justice, and imprisoned for blowing the whistle on Ken Clarke for alleged sexual assault. The harassement took place over a period of two years.

This is typical police behaviour when crime or negligence has been exposed by the public with regard to any public figure or entity. Make no mistake about it, there is a pattern: Brian Pead, Melanie Shaw, Peter Hofschroer, Chris Spivey, Sabine McNeill, and more.

Ben fellows is interviewed in the latter part of this video, after having won the court case in a trial by jury. He also describes how his whole life has fallen apart: no home, no job, no marriage, and more. He was innocent of perverting the course of justice.

Furthermore, another person has stepped forward with allegations agaist ex Lord Chancellor and Secretary of State for Justice, Ken Clarke. The audio is worth listening to.


Exaro news report

"The people in positions of power, from local councillors, MP's, police, crown prosecution service, civil service and council employeees will use all the apparatus of the state, corporations and institutions under their control to defend the status quo. A whistleblower will face first denial of their assertions and then an attack upon themselves as a potential upsetter of the applecart or gravytrain."

Child Sexual Abuse Campaigners and Whistleblowers targeted by state organisations...

Attempts are often made by the establishment to fraudulently section whistleblowers under mental health legislation.


Strathclyde Police drug runnning

Stan Richardson & NHS botched job: alleges Metropolitan Police harass him on the basis that someone has entered into the police computer that he has a mental health problem. He says he is constantly being pulled over by police for no reason, since he complained about a very serious dailed operation on his collar bone, and everyone closed ranks, to cover up. This included the alteration of medical x-rays. When the establishment closes ranks, it is always across departmental boundaries, and someone orchestrates it all. How do comments from corrupt doctors end up in police data bases, and why?

The public has always been suspicious about "convenient deaths".



  1. Kelly was murdered there is absolutely no doubt about that...but the passage of time has resulted in the case being virtually forgotten about.
    This is most likely the strategy that will be used by May (crypto jew) and her sicko mates with regard to the enquiry headed up by justice Goddard (crypto jew).
    Look how long the Iraq war enquiry has dragged on!.
    In 10 years time the sadist Savile (crypto jew) will be ancient history...while the morons will still be on the edge of their seats with the latest installment of Eastenders.

  2. In the late 1960s and 1970s, procuratorial and KGB agencies increasingly began to send dissidents from the scientific and humanitarian intelligentsia as well as the independent labor movement to psychiatric detention. The usual pattern was to arrest a dissident on a political charge such as Art. 70 ("anti- Soviet agitation and propaganda") or Art. 190-1 (anti-state slander), subject him to compulsory psychiatric exa mination (usually at the Serbsky Institute of Forensic Psychiatry in Moscow), hold a perfunctory trial in absentia , and immediately assign the defendant to indefinite detention in spe cial psychiatric hospitals under the jurisdiction of the Ministry of Internal Affairs.

    The advantage of forensic psychiatric detention is that no case has to be built in court, behavior can be controlled with drugs, and the "sentence" is ind efinite. Hundreds of dissidents went through this torment.

    1. This is hardly unknown in 'Western' countries, examples running from Ezra Pound to Robert Green and beyond these cases in time. With all the top political leaders now harping on 'the values we live by'--the only one that really gets support being Political Correctness--the groundwork is laid for widespread 'treatment' of dissenters from the government prescription.

  3. On January 9, 1990, Izvestiya followed up a story it had run in the summer of 1989 about a clear example of "telephone justice" used to put one Yury Sobolev of Slavkino V illage into a mental hospital before a voters' meeting. It quoted the report of A. Loginov, deputy chief of Nikolayevsky Rayon Internal Affairs Department (the police):

    I received a telephone call from V. Panasenko, first secretary of Nikolayevsky Party District Committee , who said that Sobolev was hatching some nasty plans for the election campaign meeting. He said that Sobolev must be put away. I telephoned psychiatrist V. Kamalov and explained the situation. He said that he would issue an admission order to a mental hospital.


    More evidence substanciating the denial and attacks 'whistleblowers' have to endure from regulatory bodies who only know how to use their power to abuse and misuse public monies to cover up 'serious wrongdoings'.

    1. In the link quoted above the article mentions the name Jane Kenyon.

      Is this the same Jane Kenyon whose father was Sir Bernard Kenyon, one-time clerk (CEO) of the former West Riding County Council. He made a number of appearances in the "Eye" in the 1970's for his part in the Poulson corruption scandal. In 1966 he became chairman of Open System Building and 2 other companies owned by the corrupt architect, only retiring from WRCC in 1968 after being exposed by the "Yorkshire Post" for failing to declare a conflict of interest. He died 1977/78.

      JK brother is a qualified Solicitor, but was disbarred and served a prison sentence. She is said to be a close confident of David Cameron.

  5. In Canada some years ago the Harper government established a body called the Public Service Ethics Commission, which ostensibly was to investigate information on wrongdoing in the federal bureaucracy uncovered by whistleblowers. Scores of public servants went to it with their scandalous tales, but no action was taken on any of the allegations. Apart from this, the abuse of staff in the commission was so bad that the Auditor General opined that it might attract criminal charges. For having done a bang-up job, the commissioner departed with around half a million dollars in benefits. Her successor perfunctorilly looked into a case or two, and then quit. It seems obvious that this purported shelter for whistleblowers had as its real purposes identifying ethical public servants to limit the embarrassment they might cause the government and identifying corrupt managers so they might be controlled, in Whip Tim Fortescue's phrase, for the rest of time. It was a clever snare indeed.


  7. Rupert Murdoch has been exposed as paying people to rubbish whistleblowers
    we talk a lot about this at the Kent Freedom movement meetings, one member who was in the SAS for many year was talking of publishing book on SAS involvement in terrorism and murder, within days he had a mysterious car crash and while recuperating in hospital died suddenly.
    I work in a hospital and many of us would give 50P per week to Dr N Patel for medical supplies and food aid for Palestine, he lost his job and was rubbished by an obnoxious man called ellis taylor who paid by Murdock wrote some hate pieces on him, the same tactic was used by him to blacken Ben fellowes as a rent boy on the make and Chris Spivey