Re: Alistair Burt MP/ Dr Bashar Assad/ bayonet up backside
Dear Ms Garnett,

It will not do Ms Garnett.  My own 'MP' refused to pass a letter from me to the FCO on a matter of international and national law.  I can assume that he will be as inert now as he was 18 months ago.

I have read the sparse minutes (surprising in itself) of the Standards Committee and can assume that this responsibility Mr Cox is not too onerous.  He might take the view that the reputation of the House is so low that he might wish to exert himself in this.  Someone has to stand up so that our country is not pulled further down.  It is interesting that 'rules' are always invoked in the seats of power but so many are broken in the same places.  I note, in this respect, the 'deselection' of Mr Yeo.  I was, incidentally, responsible for bringing Mr Simmonds MP for Boston and Skegness to book for not declaring a large financial interest in 'health' during the debate on the disastrous Health and Social Care Bill.  A good example of the probity of current politicians of all colours was the promise before the election that there would be 'no top down reorganisation' of OUR NHS.

Manning, Assange and Snowden strive to set us free of the coils by telling the truth.  Thus we MIGHT be set free if we join them, even in humble ways.  This press release by the Hong Kong Government is important in several ways, of course.

To Holocaust Memorial Day

7 January 2010

I hope to attend the Exeter event. I am disturbed however that the killing of thousands upon thousands of Japanese people by US atom bombs at Hiroshima and Nagasaki are not included in the short list of holocausts on your web site. I should like to hear why these two holocausts are not listed for remembrance. I feel similarly about the genocide of the 20 million North American Indians, the Australian aborigines and the Armenian genocide.

For truth and justice

David Halpin FRCS

This is an interview with a remarkably courageous and eloquent lady. Cynthia and myself were amongst sixteen people on our way to Gaza when our vessel the MV Dignity was rammed in darkness 30 December 2008. The captain of the gunboat clearly had orders to drown us. I have kept in touch with her since. Her soul speaks clearly through her wide eyes. As President she would tower over the timid. the corrupt and the killers.

Cynthia McKinney On Leadership
by PAUL CRAIG ROBERTS October 02, 2012

Those who have followed the Republican campaign for the presidential nomination and current contest between Romney and Obama know that the United States has no political leadership in Washington.

Read the article here

Ms Georgia Hutchinson 22 November 2011

Secretary Committee on Standards in Public Life
1 Horse Guards Road
London SW1A 2HQ

Re: Mark Simmonds MP Boston and Skegness Corrupt practice

Dear Ms Hutchinson,

I have established via the ironically titled 'They Work for You' that this MP is getting £12,500 each quarter from Circle 'Healthcare'.  I have studied Hansard to see if he had declared a conflict of interest where that would be appropriate and especially in any debate on the Health Bill brought forward by Mr Lansley.  You will see in the attached text that he did not.  The details of his receipt of monies is also recorded on the attachment.  This is of course improper at the least and criminal at the worst.  I know we have got used to corruption at the centre of our nation but I know righting that is a central function of the CPSL. The fact that his income from Circle Healthcare was declared in the register of interests does not absolve him. What other MPs and what citizens would know that he was earning £1,250 per hour for his 10 hours per quarter from Circle Healthcare when he stood to support the bill?

I thank the committee for considering this serious complaint.

For truth, reason and justice

David Halpin FRCS