Am I A Conspiracy Theorist Or Is There A Conspiracy?

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  1. ideb8 says:

    Fantastic.

    It’s not a jumble. It’s not disjointed. It’s not disconnected – it’s all connected. It’s not rambling – there’s little that’s more serious just now!

    Why can’t the Govt issue another edict to create an independent digital backup agency – UKBA?

    It could work like UKSA or be overseen by ’em. It’s different arms would be tasked with protecting primary records and evidence from the NHS, the police, the civil service etc.

    Once data has been entered into the existing systems of these bodies, UKBA must ensure no-one has access to delete anything. No anonymous access will become the rule. All alterations & their authors will be logged with the originals retained intact for auditing. UKBA will then be responsible for all data loss & hung out to dry if original records are ever unrecoverable.

    The willingness of the Govt to tackle not just the subject of corruption but of whistleblowing, of transparency (FOI) & of the welfare of whistleblowers across the board – & their families – must be visibly demonstrated. Otherwise the Govt will be seen to be the main obstacle in overcoming what it criticises.

    The Govt can’t claim concern for the welfare of victims any more than the Met can if the inaction of both belies their claims.

    Why hasn’t the Met gone stratospheric – unilaterally – to stop the threat to the welfare of rape victims in its care after they report incidents, in particular if they are assessed as having vulnerable characteristics?

    Having known for ages such victims were sometimes unfairly persuaded to withdraw allegations and so lose the care ‘package’ to which they, of all people, should have been entitled, why has no edict ever been issued from the stratospheric MPS heights to stop it? Either you claim to run a disciplined hierarchical structure and act immediately to stop injustice or you give up the pretence.

    Also, as you imply, why was Bernard Jenkin MP able to convene a special session of his committee in order for James to present his evidence so convincingly, while Keith Vaz MP appeared powerless against the Met the previous January to do the same?

    I vote for the introduction of enhanced Stop & Birch powers, powers solely for the use of select committees. If unable to stop blatant corruption or organisations shredding evidence, bullying employees or manufacturing lame excuses for refusing FOI requests, the last resort birch powers may be unleashed with gusto on their arrogant top brass or violently flailed against bullying upper managements – they’re often a jumble, ready for sale..

  2. ideb8 says:

    Fantastic.

    It’s not a jumble. It’s not disjointed. It’s not disconnected – it’s all connected. It’s not rambling – there’s little that’s more serious just now!

    Why can’t the Govt issue another edict to create an independent digital backup agency – UKBA?

    It could work like UKSA or be overseen by ’em. It’s different arms would be tasked with protecting primary records and evidence from the NHS, the police, the civil service etc.

    Once data has been entered into the existing systems of these bodies, UKBA must ensure no-one has access to delete anything. No anonymous access will become the rule. All alterations & their authors will be logged with the originals retained intact for auditing. UKBA will then be responsible for all data loss & hung out to dry if original records are ever unrecoverable.

    The willingness of the Govt to tackle not just the subject of corruption but of whistleblowing, of transparency (FOI) & of the welfare of whistleblowers across the board – & their families – must be visibly demonstrated. Otherwise the Govt will be seen to be the main obstacle in overcoming what it criticises.

    The Govt can’t claim concern for the welfare of victims any more than the Met can if the inaction of both belies their claims.

    Why hasn’t the Met gone stratospheric – unilaterally – to stop the threat to the welfare of rape victims in its care after they report incidents, in particular if they are assessed as having vulnerable characteristics?

    Having known for ages such victims were sometimes unfairly persuaded to withdraw allegations and so lose the care ‘package’ to which they, of all people, should have been entitled, why has no edict ever been issued from the stratospheric MPS heights to stop it? Either you claim to run a disciplined hierarchical structure and act immediately to stop injustice or you give up the pretence.

    Also, as you imply, why was Bernard Jenkin MP able to convene a special session of his committee in order for James to present his evidence so convincingly, while Keith Vaz MP appeared powerless against the Met the previous January to do the same?

    I vote for the introduction of enhanced Stop & Birch powers, powers solely for the use of select committees. If unable to stop blatant corruption or organisations shredding evidence, bullying employees or manufacturing lame excuses for refusing FOI requests, the last resort birch powers may be unleashed with gusto on their arrogant top brass or violently flailed against bullying upper managements – they’re often a jumble, ready for sale..

  3. Thank you, the default position for public departments in receipt of an FOI is “How do we avoid answering this?” instead of transparency and an honest answer. Before the FOI came in, in 2000, too much time was spent on destroying information so that it couldn’t be revealed (allegedly) (IMHO).

    Ditch the Blame Culture, Embrace Transparency and the FOI, after a couple of years it will all have settled down and the public will have more confidence in everyone

  4. Thank you, the default position for public departments in receipt of an FOI is “How do we avoid answering this?” instead of transparency and an honest answer. Before the FOI came in, in 2000, too much time was spent on destroying information so that it couldn’t be revealed (allegedly) (IMHO).

    Ditch the Blame Culture, Embrace Transparency and the FOI, after a couple of years it will all have settled down and the public will have more confidence in everyone

  5. ideb8 says:

    Yes – and more revelations today..

    1) The Metropolitan Police has been criticised for a “chilling” intrusion on press freedom after threatening a local newspaper journalist with arrest

    http://www.thetimes.co.uk/tto/news/medianews/article4053903.ece

    2) “never before” have targets been applied with “such determination” as they currently are in the Met..

    ..many officers reporting that they feel almost constantly under threat of being blamed and subsequently punished for failing to hit targets.”

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-26878761

  6. ideb8 says:

    Yes – and more revelations today..

    1) The Metropolitan Police has been criticised for a “chilling” intrusion on press freedom after threatening a local newspaper journalist with arrest

    http://www.thetimes.co.uk/tto/news/medianews/article4053903.ece

    2) “never before” have targets been applied with “such determination” as they currently are in the Met..

    ..many officers reporting that they feel almost constantly under threat of being blamed and subsequently punished for failing to hit targets.”

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-26878761

  7. Bob Southgate says:

    DPS failing to disclose evidence that would weaken their case? That sounds familiar. Oh yes, the 6 TSG officers who they tried to stitch up and failed to disclose loads of CCTV evidence. It is clear to me that the DPS are institutionally corrupt and I know that from personal experience. Another case to look at Alan is that of DS Howard Shaw. It will reveal another familiar story.

  8. Bob Southgate says:

    DPS failing to disclose evidence that would weaken their case? That sounds familiar. Oh yes, the 6 TSG officers who they tried to stitch up and failed to disclose loads of CCTV evidence. It is clear to me that the DPS are institutionally corrupt and I know that from personal experience. Another case to look at Alan is that of DS Howard Shaw. It will reveal another familiar story.

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