Wednesday, December 22, 2010

NAC is back, but no TV for Christmas

The NAC website is back! Too bad I cannot say the same for the TV. After four TV blow-outs in the first ten months of this our first tenancy off the street, our brand new fifth TV has been a virtual write-off for almost three weeks now (see blog of 14 December TV in the New Year, Declan is assured). As I have mentioned in several blogs this month, MI5 whistleblower David Shayler lived for a couple of years in one of the rooms below us. According to the BBC's Panorama programme, Shayler “caused the biggest crisis of official secrecy since the spy catcher affair”. Shayler, who now goes by the name of Delores Kane and has declared himself to be Jesus, is the one sitting on the chair:


Declan threatens Just Host with Small Claims Court

NAC was unceremoniously pulled down by Just Host last Thursday (see blog of 16 December NAC is removed from the Internet for the fourth time). Now we are with Siteground (see blog of 17 December American sponsor pays for new server), but we're still off-line because we can't get the domain churchandstate.org.uk from Just Host. Declan has just charged Just Host with theft and threatened them with the Small Claims Court. This is no idle threat, as already this month Declan has brought the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions before a High Court judge (see blog of 3 December By Order of Mr Justice Sycamore Declan resubmits his claim for judicial review).

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This is an extremely interesting video of Michael Moore talking to Rachel Maddow about WikiLeaks. One of the WikiLeaks cables just posted reveals that the US forced the cancellation of New Zealand screening of Michael Moore's "Fahrenheit 911". Moore makes the important point that if the government went after the screening of a film in New Zealand, "What else are these guys up to?" Excellent point, and I am sure the same applies to the British government.

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Tuesday, December 21, 2010

14,664 visits unable to access NAC website

Just Host unceremoniously pulled down the NAC website last Thursday (see blog of 16 December NAC is removed from the Internet for the fourth time). Now we can't get the domain churchandstate.org.uk from them. As things stand, only my IP has access to the site.

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And since Thursday, 14,664 visits have been unable to access the site.

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Friday, December 17, 2010

American sponsor pays for new server

As I explained in the previous blog NAC is removed from the Internet for the fourth time, Just Host pulled the NAC website down yesterday after only four months - I had paid them through to 2015! On the plus side, today NAC Chair Dr Stephen Mumford has paid Siteground, voted the best web hosting company for 2008 and 2009, for 1 year of service and is happy to fund the NAC site indefinitely.

Dr Mumford is the foremost authority on population growth and US and global security. He is the founder and president of the Center for Research on Population and Security. He has written extensively on the pivotal role of the Catholic Church hierarchy in thwarting efforts to tackle the world’s burgeoning population.

Dr Mumford gave a talk on “Infallibility and the Population Problem” at this years’ fourth annual Population Strategy Meeting, which is the most important population meeting held in the US each year. He illustrated how the Vatican has shown itself to be in opposition to population concerns, and that the doctrine of papal infallibility underlies their behaviour. I have his presentation in the NAC website and hope it will become popular in Facebook. It very much represents the heart and soul of the NAC website, which focuses on reproductive health in particular. Hopefully I will have it back on line tomorrow.

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Thursday, December 16, 2010

NAC is removed from the Internet for the fourth time

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Our new web host, Just Host, notified us this evening that they were pulling the NAC website down. They didn't even provide us with notice - within seconds of an email from them, the site was gone. Fortunately I had everything backed up just before we came down because I noticed we had an article that was going viral (a NAC first) and I told Declan we may very well lose the site, for the fourth time (I would say see NAC "About", but I can't). Their explanation: "Your account is utilizing an excessive amount of system resources". Really? Last month we had 18,819 visits; so far this month, 9,939 visits. And where was the notice that I may have needed to save all my work? We had actually paid Just Host to host the NAC website through to 2015.

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This is the article by Prof Steve Hochstadt that was going viral:

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We were thrilled to learn that WikiLeaks founder, Julian Assange, has been freed on bail. For us, his understanding of his situation in the face of hostile examination (and total disregard for the dictates of procedural fairness) has always been more than impressive. How about this for a performance tonight after 10 days of solitary confinement in London's Victorian Wandsworth Prison:

Tuesday, December 14, 2010

TV in the New Year, Declan is assured

After a year and a half and four TV blow-outs, our live-in landlady, human rights activist Belinda McKenzie, has assured Declan that we will have a TV in the New Year (see previous blog TV for Christmas too much to expect; this blog provides a link in context to stunning photos of MI5 whistleblower David Shayler who lived for a couple of years in one of the rooms below us). Belinda giving the Stop the War Coalition a run for their money:

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Belinda writes: "The campaign to Make Wars History is the Stop-the-War campaign with knobs on! MWH has a fighting chance (pardon the metaphor) of succeeding where STW plainly won’t (beyond making a noise on the street), namely, to Stop War Permanently."


Chris Coverdale of Make Wars History talking to Ian from Eerie Investigations after his appearance at the English High Court in May 2009. http://www.makewarshistory.org.uk/

Tonight ITV1 is broadcasting John Pilger's first film for three years, "The War You Don't See". We can't get ITV1!

Monday, December 13, 2010

TV for Christmas too much to expect


Hollie Greig with Robert Green and human rights activist Belinda McKenzie

In the previous blog I published the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions' letter to the High Court requesting that Mr Justice Sycamore ignore the claim that the Judge ordered Declan to resubmit for his consideration (see blog of 3 December By Order of Mr Justice Sycamore Declan resubmits his claim for judicial review; this blog highlights one paragraph in Declan's claim form which summarises his case against the Secretary of State). This is Declan's letter to the Court on Friday requesting that the Judge provide the Secretary of State with the opportunity to respond to the claim:

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Well, we have just learnt that a TV for Christmas is too much to expect. After four TV blow-outs in this our first tenancy off the street, the reception from the outside aerial has not been worth a damn for over two weeks now; and our live-in landlady, human rights activist Belinda McKenzie, has just informed us that the technicians who could connect us to the cable TV in the rest of the house are booked out for Christmas (see blog of 14 August Declan pays £100 to be linked to the cable TV network in the house; this blog contains stunning photos of MI5 whistleblower David Shayler who lived for a couple of years in one of the rooms below us)! This was Declan's email of reply to Belinda last Friday regarding Hollie Greig campaigner Robert Green:

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At least the NAC website is going well, despite the opposition. Last week British cultural icon Stephen Fry gave us an exclusive excerpt from his autobiography Moab Is My Washpot.

Thursday, December 09, 2010

Secretary of State for Work and Pensions replies to Declan's claim for judicial review

The Secretary of State for Work and Pensions says that Declan was not ordered by Mr Justice Sycamore to resubmit his claim for judicial review (see blog of 3 December By Order of Mr Justice Sycamore Declan resubmits his claim for judicial review; this blog highlights one paragraph in Declan's claim form which summarises his case against the Secretary of State):

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Tuesday, December 07, 2010

Declan runs into the Administrative Court Office ... again!

The Administrative Court Office (ACO) of the High Court of Justice Administrative Court has Declan's number or what? On Friday Declan had to threaten to write to ACO Court Manager David Brupbacher to get them to seal his resubmitted claim (see blog of 3 December By Order of Mr Justice Sycamore Declan resubmits his claim for judicial review). This morning he had to threaten them with the same just to get them to seal two Certificates of Service. Goodness knows what it will be the next time (possibly with the Civil Appeals Office), so this was Declan's start up with Brupbacher this evening (click to enlarge):





And what is it with Declan's TV? He has had four TV blow-outs in the first ten months of this our first tenancy off the street. Then, a couple of weeks ago, the fifth TV was rendered useless (see blog of 28 November Judge issues order in Declan's case and more problems with our TV; this blog provides a link in context to stunning photos of MI5 whistleblower David Shayler who lived for a couple of years in one of the rooms below us). Last night Declan could only get BBC1, tonight he can only get Channel 4, barely watchable. Our live-in landlady is human rights activist Belinda McKenzie. Belinda has assured Declan he will have a TV on Friday (see previous blog). Here is another video of Belinda, this time delivering a letter to the Papal Nuncio on abuse in the church:

Monday, December 06, 2010

TV on Friday, Declan is assured

After a year and a half and four TV blow-outs, our live-in landlady, human rights activist Belinda McKenzie, has assured Declan that his (fifth) TV in this our first tenancy off the street will be up and running on Friday (see previous blog By Order of Mr Justice Sycamore Declan resubmits his claim for judicial review; this blog provides a link in context to stunning photos of MI5 whistleblower David Shayler who lived for a couple of years in one of the rooms below us). Belinda speaking in solidarity with the people of Iran:


























Friday, December 03, 2010

By Order of Mr Justice Sycamore Declan resubmits his claim for judicial review

This afternoon Declan ran into the Administrative Court Office (ACO) of the High Court of Justice Administrative Court in a major way. They made out that Mr Justice Sycamore did not order Declan to resubmit his claim for judicial review (see the Judge's order here). Only after Declan threatened to put the Judge's order before ACO Court Manager David Brupbacher did they seal the resubmitted application against the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions. Declan's entire case is summarised in the one paragraph contained in Section 5, "Detailed Statement of Grounds" (click to enlarge):



Just to cheer Declan up, tonight he has come home to his fifth TV in this our first tenancy off the street - after four TV blow-outs in the first ten months - only to discover that it is fit for the skip. Now we can't even get BBC1 from the outside aerial (see blog of 14 August Declan pays £100 to be linked to the cable TV network in the house; this blog contains stunning photos of MI5 whistleblower David Shayler who lived for a couple of years in one of the rooms below us). Our live-in landlady is human rights activist Belinda McKenzie. This is a video of Belinda speaking in July outside the High Court in solidarity with Anne and Hollie Greig, a case of paedophilia that threatens to rock the British criminal justice system:



It would appear the writing is on the wall. Bottom line here is that if the High Court and the Court of Appeal throw out Declan's case, he will be once again making an application to the European Court of Human Rights pursuant to Article 8 of the European Convention on Human Rights protecting the right to respect for family and private life (see blog of 21 October 2008 European Court of Human Rights declares application inadmissible).

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True to form, Declan has already cracked open his appeal pack for the Court of Appeal.