Sunday, January 01, 2012

2012 New Year message from Scotland : Become the hunter and not the hunted. Stand your ground & rise up to those who cause you injustice

raptor visitorHappy New Year 2012 to readers & campaigners fighting injustice in Scotland & around the world. EVER EAGER to stand up for itself and survive is the garden visitor which has been picking off the habitually greedy fat pigeons that eat all the food put out for the smaller birds to survive. Of course, you just know the visiting raptor might well have a few of those small birds if things get tough but the fat greedy pigeons who never miss a chance to take everything stand out – they are much easier to spot, a bit like those in the community who hide behind a cloak of respectability, surviving by taking over other people’s livelihoods, possessions, splitting up families, even taking life itself, and ultimately making death a business of personal plunder, for profit to pay for their own lifestyles. You all know who I mean.

During last year, 2011, I received many contacts from people who were depressed, at their wits end, some at the end of their life and all because of the trust they had placed in politicians, public servants, banks, doctors, self-branded ‘financial experts’, debt advisers, and of course, members of the legal profession who were brought in to resolve legal problems yet ended up taking more from their clients than they put in.

Some people spoke of committing suicide because of what had been done to them, yet no help was on offer and everyone in authority turned a blind eye to their predicament. Some were at the end of their tether over the lack of help they were receiving from people elected to office who are supposed to be ‘public servants’ and a growing number of people felt there was no hope left to them, that life was not worth living after solicitors and the legal profession had ripped through their lives leaving a path of destruction it is simply not possible to recover from.

For those of you in Scotland and around the world whose lives are held hostage to injustice, whether the injustice is at the hands and actions of prejudicial self-serving & self-motivated politicians, an unjust, corrupt justice system and those within it, or at the brutal hands of a profession or vested interests, make 2012 a turning point by doing something about it. Take back your lives and make a start by publishing your story of injustice, naming & shaming those who commit these crimes and injustice against you. Protest if you like, as it is your right to do, tell your fellow man and do whatever you can all within the law. Do something, don't do nothing.

Wherever you are, make 2012 your spring by breaking out of the perpetual winter handed to you by those who clothe their naked villainy with old odd ends, stolen forth from you by unjust writ, and seem a saint when most they play the devil.

17 comments:

Anonymous said...

Happy New Year also Mr Peter

Anonymous said...

March all the crooks through the desert with no water and past a long column of turkey vultures!

Anonymous said...

I like your comparison with the fat pigeons.

So be it.Clients should become hawks and make sure their bent lawyers don't get fat on them or anyone else.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for all your efforts Peter and have a good 2012.

bill said...

well done peter keep up the good work theirs people all over the world suffering injustice and it's coming from
a few people

bill said...

well said peter theirs too muck injustice in this world and most of it caused by a few people

Anonymous said...

Welcome to 2012 kid and keep up the good work for another year against the slimy attorneys

ps Nice falcon is it yours?

Anonymous said...

It is long past time people got up and protested about the justice system en masse just like in other countries.If you dont have justice you have nothing so get going people!

Anonymous said...

Happy New Year Peter

Mr McLetchie says we should decide what punishment criminals get for their crimes so it should be the same for crooked lawyers we get to say what happens to them as well

http://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/news/politics-news/2011/12/30/public-should-help-choose-punishments-for-criminals-says-tory-david-mcletchie-86908-23667391/

Public should help choose punishments for criminals, says Tory David McLetchie

Dec 30 2011 by Magnus Gardham

THE public should have a bigger say in the community punishment handed to offenders, an MSP said yesterday.

Tory justice spokesman David McLetchie said communities should be able to ask that specific jobs, such as painting fences or gritting paths, be done in their area.

He said it would help restore confidence in community punishments, as people would “see justice being done”.
community service large pic

The former Scots Tory leader said: “The SNP seem intent on emptying our jails as part of their soft-touch approach to justice.

“The public want to see justice being done and giving people a say on what kind of work offenders have to carry out will go some way towards that.

“The Scottish Conservatives will continue to stand up to the SNP’s soft-touch Scotland and fight for those convicted of crimes to pay their dues to society.

“The SNP seem to want to empty our jails. If so, the least they could do is to make sure that crime doesn’t pay - but criminals pay back to society.”

At present, councils are only obliged to consult with communities on “local priorities” for possible unpaid work by offenders.

The Scots Tory call follows official figures earlier this month showing more than a quarter of offenders handed one of the SNP government’s “tough” new Community Payback Orders were not required to do any unpaid work.

In the first two months after they were introduced, 28 per cent of offenders escaped with just a “supervision requirement” requiring them to report regularly to a social worker.

Community Payback Orders replaced community service orders and a number of other non-custodial punishments when the SNP abolished short jail terms of three months or less for all but exceptional cases.

McLetchie said the high number of offenders not put to work by courts was “an insult to victims”.

Last night, Justice Secretary Kenny MacAskill defended the new system.

He said: “Community Payback is a tough option for low-level offenders to work and pay their dues back to the community and the figures show it is working.

“We fully agree that communities should have a say on the type of manual labour they want to see low-level offenders carrying out in their local areas.

“That’s why we brought in new laws earlier this year to do just that.”

Anonymous said...

All the best to you Peter and thumbs up for all the work you've done exposing corruption in the justice system.

Anonymous said...

Last night, Justice Secretary Kenny MacAskill defended the new system.

He said: “Community Payback is a tough option for low-level offenders to work and pay their dues back to the community and the figures show it is working.

“We fully agree that communities should have a say on the type of manual labour they want to see low-level offenders carrying out in their local areas.

“That’s why we brought in new laws earlier this year to do just that.”
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Yes Kenny but your lawyer offenders, well they escape punishment for their crimes by having their friends like Jane Stirling check what they have been up to. Clearly you are a political animal Kenny, a master of difference where the rules on punishment of your herd of sheep change by Law Society and SLCC cover ups.

Anonymous said...

Not a bad idea feeding them to the birds!

Anonymous said...

Some people spoke of committing suicide because of what had been done to them, yet no help was on offer and everyone in authority turned a blind eye to their predicament.
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Yes Peter they are an evil lot, people in authority, very few are honest and decent.

We know we are not the slightest bit surprised what you write here. The pressure groups are vital, thanks for your blog against pure evil.

Anonymous said...

During last year, 2011, I received many contacts from people who were depressed, at their wits end, some at the end of their life and all because of the trust they had placed in politicians, public servants, banks, doctors, self-branded ‘financial experts’, debt advisers, and of course, members of the legal profession who were brought in to resolve legal problems yet ended up taking more from their clients than they put in.
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Would it be possible for you to create a database where we could all contact each other providing people argee of course?

Anonymous said...

McLetchie said the high number of offenders not put to work by courts was “an insult to victims”.
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I would put your cohort of self regulating crooks in the same catagory McLetchie. Lawyers have a lot of victims too.

Anonymous said...

Dear Mr Falconer,
What do you think of the following and in your view should the landowners also be prosecuted for the poisoned birds?

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-glasgow-west-16429098

Peter Cherbi said...

Thanks for all your comments on this and all articles during 2011.

My best wishes to you all for 2012.

Regarding the article posted on the subject of the public choosing the sentences of criminals ... I doubt if Mr McLetchie who spent his life in the legal profession will warm to the same applying to sentences of crooked lawyers ...

# Anonymous @ 2 January 2012 23:58

Given the trauma suffered by some clients at the hands of the legal profession I doubt any of those persons would agree to contact others at this time ...

# Anonymous @ 5 January 2012 17:54

Poisoning 4 birds of prey gets 100 hours of community service ? I think this is a touch lenient.

To answer your question - Yes, I am in favour of land owners being prosecuted for poisoned birds, and a fine of at least £20K per dead bird.