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I am sharing this with over 100 people on my address list. I figure if each of you does likewise, to as many as possible on your

address lists this should boomerang outwards and cause a bit more of a stir than it is doing. It needs to be talked about in as many places in the world as possible.
So all you nice people in Australia and NZ and in the good old US of A, Germany and elsewhere. please forward to all your friends and families. Thanks in advance for doing so…. Amen

Please share let’s get the message out to as many as possible please

PUT UNDER CONSIDERABLE PRESSURE ! By who name them !

THERE YOU HAVE IT RETRIAL STOP DRAGGING YOUR FEET ” Not Guilty”

Look at the combat experience of the board !

Judged by your Peers ! Sorry don’t stack up !

Court martial panel ‘was split 5-2 over guilty verdict’

• Only five of the seven officers found Sgt Blackman guilty of murder

• The other two claimed they had come under ‘considerable pressure’

• Sgt Blackman was saluted by some of the jury following his conviction

• Alexander Blackman was found guilty by only five of the seven jurors trying him, it was claimed yesterday.

• The other two officers on the court martial panel are said to have come under ‘very considerable pressure’ to change their not guilty verdicts.

• It meant the Royal Marine sergeant was convicted by a 5-2 majority, which would not be adequate in a civilian trial. If 12 jurors are split by a similar ratio at crown court there is a hung jury – leading either to a retrial or the charges being dropped.

But the different rules of a court martial meant just five guilty votes were enough to see Blackman convicted of murder and jailed for life.

After he was sentenced, members of the panel broke with the rules and saluted the condemned man

‘They saluted and let it be known afterwards it was because they thought Al was a decent man,’ she said.

Frederick Forsyth, who is spearheading the campaign for justice for Blackman, said: ‘Honourable men do not salute a perjurer and a murderer.

‘They were sending a message and what they were saying was “We’ve done what we were told to do”.

‘This court martial, in my view, stank from top to bottom.’

The best-selling thriller writer alleges there was behind-the-scenes meddling by top brass to fix the result of the case. He said: ‘Two to five was the verdict. I know this to be true, I cannot reveal how. This is shaky by any measure.

‘One of the seven who voted not guilty says he and another man were put under very considerable pressure to change their view, and to conform to the guilty verdict they believed was what was required.

‘The question is, who was applying this pressure and who was giving the orders for a guilty verdict?’

Any suggestion of pressure on a jury in a crown court would immediately cause the trial to be halted.

Last night Baron Burnett, a Liberal Democrat peer and former Royal Marine who has visited Blackman in prison, said: ‘If it were 5-2 in a civilian court, this would not be sufficient to convict somebody.

‘When did a court martial last try a serious murder case?

They do not have much experience in these matters.

The court martial system is flawed and needs to change.

I have been told that a Royal Marine colonel was telephoned by a member of the panel after the hearing and told: “We were under terrific political pressure”.

The path to justice for Blackman now leads via the Criminal Cases Review Commission to the Courts Martial Appeal Court. The CCRC is the statutory agency set up to put right miscarriages of justice.

It cannot overturn a conviction or sentence, but it does have the power to refer a case back to the appeal court if it believes there is a ‘real possibility’ it might be quashed there.

Spearheaded by leading defence QC Jonathan Goldberg, his new legal team will first submit a lengthy written report for the CCRC to consider.

They intend to offer fresh evidence of post-traumatic stress disorder due to combat fatigue,

Meanwhile, it has been claimed that the seven-strong jury deciding Blackman’s fate were mainly desk-based sailors. It is understood that only two of the Royal Navy and Royal Marine officers on the panel had much ‘on the ground’ experience of the savage fighting in Afghanistan

Frederick Forsyth said they ‘cannot have begun to imagine the hell of Helmand’.

The judge, advocate General Jeff Blackett, worked in the supplies branch of the Navy and then pay and pensions, before going into the legal section of the services. not exactly independent would you say ?

The president of the panel of jurors was

Lt Col Christopher Holmes of Navy command headquarters.

Lt Cmdr Love, of the defence equipment and support centre;

Lt Cmdr Nick Cory, of the joint signals unit;

Lt Evans, of HMS Collingwood, an office building in Portsmouth; and

Warrant Officer Gowers, of an assessment centre in Portsmouth.

More battlefield experience came with

Major Adam Whitmarsh, of 43 Commando Royal Marines, who three years ago was commended by the Queen for hunting down Somali pirates.

His team helped free a Pakistani dhow and an Italian vessel. The 30 captured Somalis were sent for trial in Italy and the Seychelles.

Major Whitmarsh had also served in Northern Ireland and Iraq and completed two tours of Afghanistan.

Captain Ben Sercombe, a Royal Marine and commander of Britain’s amphibious forces for the past two years. He has served in Afghanistan, but has also found time to be a champion of the Royal Marines Angling Association.

WHY THE BATTLE FOR JUSTICE FOR SGT BLACKMAN IS SO IMPORTANT

• Sergeant Alexander Blackman – believed to be the only British serviceman ever convicted of murder on the battlefield – was locked up as a ‘political scapegoat’ for failings by top brass, say supporters.

• Blackman was a highly experienced Marine destined for promotion when, on September 15, 2011, he led a patrol to check on a Taliban gunman who had been mortally wounded while attacking a British outpost in Helmand Province. It was near the end of a horror-filled tour of Afghanistan in which seven fellow Marines had been killed and 40 more injured by the Taliban.

• The insurgent was found dying in a field, and was shot by Blackman – who told the court he believed the man was already dead – in a ‘moment of madness’ blamed on the acute stresses of the tour.

• In his first interview, given in prison, Blackman, 41, told the Mail: ‘I made a split-second mistake, but I had been sent to a brutal battlefield to fight a war for my country. At the end of my trial, the Establishment lined up to portray me as evil, because it suited them … to show the world how politically correct we are. I have been made a scapegoat for all that went wrong there.’

• Now a campaign spearheaded by legendary thriller writer Frederick Forsyth is mounting a fresh legal appeal to free Blackman – known as ‘Marine A’ after a painstaking Mail investigation revealed that evidence that might have resulted in a lesser charge of manslaughter was ‘deliberately withheld’.

• A high-flying colonel who was blocked from telling the truth to the court martial called it ‘a failure of moral courage by the chain of command’. The colonel was so disgusted that he resigned his commission.

• Also court martial panel members sent a message to Blackman – who is eligible for parole after eight years – apologising for the length of his sentence.

• A shameful injustice: Campaign fights to overturn conviction of Marine given life for ‘murdering’ Taliban in the heat of battle as shocking flaws in his trial are revealed

• A fall guy for a fiasco: Two of his comrades were blown to pieces, a third was tortured and the severed limbs of another were hung from a tree by the Taliban – such was the hell a ‘superb’ Marine endured

• How hero colonel resigned in protest at the betrayal of Sergeant Blackman and ‘a failure of moral courage by the chain of command’

The future if any

Such people as the pilgrim society, the Bilderberg group. and their ruling seven man committee, decided to reduce the population of the world by 70%. They now want it reduced to 80% over the next three generations. To try to do it to quickly, would be too obvious. They will now do it a little more slowly, but they will however give it their best. And how can thy hope to get away with it? Simple; you get Muslims fighting each; and all other religious group fighting each other. Look at the middle east? Whose god is the real God, has caused wars for thousands of years while God and gods remain obviously immaginery, still countless of millions of deaths have been suffered in the history of all nations, So, all you have to do, is light the tape, and stand back. It’s firworknight, every night.. The Elite then stand back looking innocent, with clean hands. In The Way we are trying to get together in groups, in order to protect each. other, in times coming at us. Everyone appears to afraid to join us, in case the loose their imaginery souls. Fear of hell and the loss heaven. We are not a cult or religious group, but we have been around for thousands of years. most of the problem appears to be the need for belief. To beieve is only to hope, What we have is real. Look about you: this is not prophesy it’s real and it;s coming at you. bob crosbie

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Subject: Marine “A”
Date: Tue, 17 May 2016 22:26:37 +0100

Can you all please pass this on to as many people as possible and ask them to contact their M.P’s. telling them to push for the release of this man who was doing his duty to the Queen and the country. Many other cases of wrongful imprisonment have been reviewed and the people concerned have been released. This man and his family have been used as a scapegoat by a Kangaroo Court.

Article Nine

Please share let’s get the message out to as many as possible please

PUT UNDER CONSIDERABLE PRESSURE ! By who name them !
THERE YOU HAVE IT RETRIAL STOP DRAGGING YOUR FEET ” Not Guilty”

Look at the combat experience of the board !

Judged by your Peers ! Sorry don’t stack up !

Court martial panel ‘was split 5-2 over guilty verdict’

• Only five of the seven officers found Sgt Blackman guilty of murder

• The other two claimed they had come under ‘considerable pressure’

• Sgt Blackman was saluted by some of the jury following his conviction

• Alexander Blackman was found guilty by only five of the seven jurors trying him, it was claimed yesterday.

• The other two officers on the court martial panel are said to have come under ‘very considerable pressure’ to change their not guilty verdicts.

• It meant the Royal Marine sergeant was convicted by a 5-2 majority, which would not be adequate in a civilian trial. If 12 jurors are split by a similar ratio at crown court there is a hung jury – leading either to a retrial or the charges being dropped.

But the different rules of a court martial meant just five guilty votes were enough to see Blackman convicted of murder and jailed for life.

After he was sentenced, members of the panel broke with the rules and saluted the condemned man

‘They saluted and let it be known afterwards it was because they thought Al was a decent man,’ she said.

Frederick Forsyth, who is spearheading the campaign for justice for Blackman, said: ‘Honourable men do not salute a perjurer and a murderer.
‘They were sending a message and what they were saying was “We’ve done what we were told to do”.

‘This court martial, in my view, stank from top to bottom.’

The best-selling thriller writer alleges there was behind-the-scenes meddling by top brass to fix the result of the case. He said: ‘Two to five was the verdict. I know this to be true, I cannot reveal how. This is shaky by any measure.

‘One of the seven who voted not guilty says he and another man were put under very considerable pressure to change their view, and to conform to the guilty verdict they believed was what was required.

‘The question is, who was applying this pressure and who was giving the orders for a guilty verdict?’

Any suggestion of pressure on a jury in a crown court would immediately cause the trial to be halted.

Last night Baron Burnett, a Liberal Democrat peer and former Royal Marine who has visited Blackman in prison, said: ‘If it were 5-2 in a civilian court, this would not be sufficient to convict somebody.

‘When did a court martial last try a serious murder case?

They do not have much experience in these matters.

The court martial system is flawed and needs to change.

I have been told that a Royal Marine colonel was telephoned by a member of the panel after the hearing and told: “We were under terrific political pressure”.

The path to justice for Blackman now leads via the Criminal Cases Review Commission to the Courts Martial Appeal Court. The CCRC is the statutory agency set up to put right miscarriages of justice.

It cannot overturn a conviction or sentence, but it does have the power to refer a case back to the appeal court if it believes there is a ‘real possibility’ it might be quashed there.

Spearheaded by leading defence QC Jonathan Goldberg, his new legal team will first submit a lengthy written report for the CCRC to consider.
They intend to offer fresh evidence of post-traumatic stress disorder due to combat fatigue,
Meanwhile, it has been claimed that the seven-strong jury deciding Blackman’s fate were mainly desk-based sailors. It is understood that only two of the Royal Navy and Royal Marine officers on the panel had much ‘on the ground’ experience of the savage fighting in Afghanistan

Frederick Forsyth said they ‘cannot have begun to imagine the hell of Helmand’.
The judge, advocate General Jeff Blackett, worked in the supplies branch of the Navy and then pay and pensions, before going into the legal section of the services. not exactly independent would you say ?

The president of the panel of jurors was
Lt Col Christopher Holmes of Navy command headquarters.
Lt Cmdr Love, of the defence equipment and support centre;
Lt Cmdr Nick Cory, of the joint signals unit;
Lt Evans, of HMS Collingwood, an office building in Portsmouth; and
Warrant Officer Gowers, of an assessment centre in Portsmouth.
More battlefield experience came with
Major Adam Whitmarsh, of 43 Commando Royal Marines, who three years ago was commended by the Queen for hunting down Somali pirates.
His team helped free a Pakistani dhow and an Italian vessel. The 30 captured Somalis were sent for trial in Italy and the Seychelles.
Major Whitmarsh had also served in Northern Ireland and Iraq and completed two tours of Afghanistan.
Captain Ben Sercombe, a Royal Marine and commander of Britain’s amphibious forces for the past two years. He has served in Afghanistan, but has also found time to be a champion of the Royal Marines Angling Association.

WHY THE BATTLE FOR JUSTICE FOR SGT BLACKMAN IS SO IMPORTANT

• Sergeant Alexander Blackman – believed to be the only British serviceman ever convicted of murder on the battlefield – was locked up as a ‘political scapegoat’ for failings by top brass, say supporters.

• Blackman was a highly experienced Marine destined for promotion when, on September 15, 2011, he led a patrol to check on a Taliban gunman who had been mortally wounded while attacking a British outpost in Helmand Province. It was near the end of a horror-filled tour of Afghanistan in which seven fellow Marines had been killed and 40 more injured by the Taliban.

• The insurgent was found dying in a field, and was shot by Blackman – who told the court he believed the man was already dead – in a ‘moment of madness’ blamed on the acute stresses of the tour.

• In his first interview, given in prison, Blackman, 41, told the Mail: ‘I made a split-second mistake, but I had been sent to a brutal battlefield to fight a war for my country. At the end of my trial, the Establishment lined up to portray me as evil, because it suited them … to show the world how politically correct we are. I have been made a scapegoat for all that went wrong there.’

• Now a campaign spearheaded by legendary thriller writer Frederick Forsyth is mounting a fresh legal appeal to free Blackman – known as ‘Marine A’ after a painstaking Mail investigation revealed that evidence that might have resulted in a lesser charge of manslaughter was ‘deliberately withheld’.

• A high-flying colonel who was blocked from telling the truth to the court martial called it ‘a failure of moral courage by the chain of command’. The colonel was so disgusted that he resigned his commission.

• Also court martial panel members sent a message to Blackman – who is eligible for parole after eight years – apologising for the length of his sentence.

• A shameful injustice: Campaign fights to overturn conviction of Marine given life for ‘murdering’ Taliban in the heat of battle as shocking flaws in his trial are revealed

• A fall guy for a fiasco: Two of his comrades were blown to pieces, a third was tortured and the severed limbs of another were hung from a tree by the Taliban – such was the hell a ‘superb’ Marine endured

• How hero colonel resigned in protest at the betrayal of Sergeant Blackman and ‘a failure of moral courage by the chain of command’

homosexuality

For years I have been Speaking against homosexuality, or “Sodomy” which is its correct name. They are not gay, they are sodomites. The word homosexual is used, as a clinically cleansing of the real title, in order to hide their practices from normal view. At last someone who knows what they are talking about beyond all doubt and argument, agrees with me. It is a choice. All perversion is complete, and because it comes as a choice, it’s psychological; and you cannot pervert part of a human mind. The individual is either perverted or they are not.
People are trained like Pavlov’s dog, to react, and believe, against all reason. You are taught that belief and faith, are invaluable, when in fact they are worthless. Reality is as it is; and no amount of belief, or faith, can change anything. You are slowly being brainwashed into “Believing” that sodomy is normal. Well if isn’t. It is as filthy as ingesting poop can be; and generates all that such practices can cause.
Belief and faith, especially blind faith, have no value as they are based on nothing. Freedom within just and reasoned limits, are of great value together with knowledge, reason, logic and provable truths. There has to be limits under the law. Don’t mix up what is actually law; and what are only statutes. Some statues are necessary just and fair, but what of those that are not. Statutes are generally classed as law to fool you. They are not law; and why should your government shadow the difference. Legal yes, but lawful, they are certainly not.
This is why we advocate, that when you vote, you strike a line through all the candidates’ names; and write underneath. “None of these”. In this way, they do not have your mandate. Permission” which is your permission, to make statues on your behalf. If you don’t vote thy will assume mandate, and carry on regardless. When you do this, you voted and such vote, has to be counted not, just set aside as “Spoiled”. Barware you the Unholy Trinity, of State Church and Bankers. They have their own interests at heart, not yours. Beware the brainwashing tactics used on T.V. Think about it. At least. Think about it.

bob crosbie.
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Gender Ideology Harms Children
March 21, 2016 – a temporary statement with references. A full statement will be published in summer 2016.
The American College of Pediatricians urges educators and legislators to reject all policies that condition children to accept as normal a life of chemical and surgical impersonation of the opposite sex. Facts – not ideology – determine reality.
1. Human sexuality is an objective biological binary trait: “XY” and “XX” are genetic markers of health – not genetic markers of a disorder. The norm for human design is to be conceived either male or female. Human sexuality is binary by design with the obvious purpose being the reproduction and flourishing of our species. This principle is self-evident. The exceedingly rare disorders of sex development (DSDs), including but not limited to testicular feminization and congenital adrenal hyperplasia, are all medically identifiable deviations from the sexual binary norm, and are rightly recognized as disorders of human design. Individuals with DSDs do not constitute a third sex.1
2. No one is born with a gender. Everyone is born with a biological sex. Gender (an awareness and sense of oneself as male or female) is a sociological and psychological concept; not an objective biological one. No one is born with an awareness of themselves as male or female; this awareness develops over time and, like all developmental processes, may be derailed by a child’s subjective perceptions, relationships, and adverse experiences from infancy forward. People who identify as “feeling like the opposite sex” or “somewhere in between” do not comprise a third sex. They remain biological men or biological women.2,3,4
3. A person’s belief that he or she is something they are not is, at best, a sign of confused thinking. When an otherwise healthy biological boy believes he is a girl, or an otherwise healthy biological girl believes she is a boy, an objective psychological problem exists that lies in the mind not the body, and it should be treated as such. These children suffer from gender dysphoria. Gender dysphoria (GD), formerly listed as Gender Identity Disorder (GID), is a recognized mental disorder in the most recent edition of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of the American Psychiatric Association (DSM-V).5 The psychodynamic and social learning theories of GD/GID have never been disproved.2,4,5
4. Puberty is not a disease and puberty-blocking hormones can be dangerous. Reversible or not, puberty- blocking hormones induce a state of disease – the absence of puberty – and inhibit growth and fertility in a previously biologically healthy child.6
5. According to the DSM-V, as many as 98% of gender confused boys and 88% of gender confused girls eventually accept their biological sex after naturally passing through puberty.5
6. Children who use puberty blockers to impersonate the opposite sex will require cross-sex hormones in late adolescence. Cross-sex hormones (testosterone and estrogen) are associated with dangerous health risks including but not limited to high blood pressure, blood clots, stroke and cancer.7,8,9,10
7. Rates of suicide are twenty times greater among adults who use cross-sex hormones and undergo sex reassignment surgery, even in Sweden which is among the most LGBQT – affirming countries.11 What compassionate and reasonable person would condemn young children to this fate knowing that after puberty as many as 88% of girls and 98% of boys will eventually accept reality and achieve a state of mental and physical health?
8. Conditioning children into believing a lifetime of chemical and surgical impersonation of the opposite sex is normal and healthful is child abuse. Endorsing gender discordance as normal via public education and legal policies will confuse children and parents, leading more children to present to “gender clinics” where they will be given puberty-blocking drugs. This, in turn, virtually ensures that they will “choose” a lifetime of carcinogenic and otherwise toxic cross-sex hormones, and likely consider unnecessary surgical mutilation of their healthy body parts as young adults.
Michelle A. Cretella, M.D.
President of the American College of Pediatricians
Quentin Van Meter, M.D.
Vice President of the American College of Pediatricians
Pediatric Endocrinologist
Paul McHugh, M.D.
University Distinguished Service Professor of Psychiatry at Johns Hopkins Medical School and the former psychiatrist in chief at Johns Hopkins Hospital
References:
1. Consortium on the Management of Disorders of Sex Development, “Clinical Guidelines for the Management of Disorders of Sex Development in Childhood.” Intersex Society of North America, March 25, 2006. Accessed 3/20/16 from http://www.dsdguidelines.org/files/clinical.pdf.
2. Zucker, Kenneth J. and Bradley Susan J. “Gender Identity and Psychosexual Disorders.”FOCUS: The Journal of Lifelong Learning in Psychiatry. Vol. III, No. 4, Fall 2005 (598-617).
3. Whitehead, Neil W. “Is Transsexuality biologically determined?” Triple Helix (UK), Autumn 2000, p6-8. accessed 3/20/16 from http://www.mygenes.co.nz/transsexuality.htm; see also Whitehead, Neil W. “Twin Studies of Transsexuals [Reveals Discordance]” accessed 3/20/16 from http://www.mygenes.co.nz/transs_stats.htm.
4. Jeffreys, Sheila. Gender Hurts: A Feminist Analysis of the Politics of Transgenderism. Routledge, New York, 2014 (pp.1-35).
5. American Psychiatric Association: Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Fifth Edition, Arlington, VA, American Psychiatric Association, 2013 (451-459). See page 455 re: rates of persistence of gender dysphoria.
6. Hembree, WC, et al. Endocrine treatment of transsexual persons: an Endocrine Society clinical practice guideline. J Clin Endocrinol Metab. 2009;94:3132-3154.
7. Olson-Kennedy, J and Forcier, M. “Overview of the management of gender nonconformity in children and adolescents.” UpToDate November 4, 2015. Accessed 3.20.16 from www.uptodate.com.
8. Moore, E., Wisniewski, & Dobs, A. “Endocrine treatment of transsexual people: A review of treatment regimens, outcomes, and adverse effects.” The Journal of Endocrinology & Metabolism, 2003; 88(9), pp3467-3473.
9. FDA Drug Safety Communication issued for Testosterone products accessed 3.20.16: http://www.fda.gov/Drugs/DrugSafety/PostmarketDrugSafetyInformationforPatientsandProviders/ucm161874.htm.
10. World Health Organization Classification of Estrogen as a Class I Carcinogen: http://www.who.int/reproductivehealth/topics/ageing/cocs_hrt_statement.pdf.
11. Dhejne, C, et.al. “Long-Term Follow-Up of Transsexual Persons Undergoing Sex Reassignment Surgery: Cohort Study in Sweden.” PLoS ONE, 2011; 6(2). Affiliation: Department of Clinical Neuroscience, Division of Psychiatry, Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm, Sweden. Accessed 3.20.16 from http://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0016885.