19 Nov 2014
Lord Taylor of Holbeach
House of Lords
Dear Lord Taylor of Holbeach,
I trust this finds you well.
Your work is impressive and speaks for itself, please use your eminent
sense to join UKIP?
'Data Retention and Investigatory Powers Bill — Second Reading (16 July
Lord Taylor of Holbeach: ...specified in a data retention notice;
place requirements on the Secretary of State to keep such notices under
review; set out the security requirements that apply; provide that
service providers can be reimbursed for any expenses incurred in
complying with the requirements; and revoke the 2009 regulations, as
they will be redundant. The noble and learned Lord, Lord Hope of
Craighead' notable and admirable action, thank you.
Please would you be so kind to put forth a motion for Lords to request
the mandatory declaring of property ownership by MP's and council
officials that may effect local planning laws? The reasons for this are
plenty but particularly that I saw a politician on Twitter claiming
much property and wanting to undercut British construction workers (was
pro-EU Lib-Dem) with low cost Eastern Europeans - some such owners are
now facing huge bills for having done this already (legal costs and
accountability are also a consideration)
It may be considered good business to get cheap builders in to create
(later) better work for Brit builders by dizzy people, but the public
have had enough of underhand deals, deception and sabotage (as well as
sneaking about) - would be nice to see some positive, overt action
that proves to be anti-corruption.
Thank you for your serious consideration.
Elizabeth Lucye Robillard, Robillard Group London - RBKC
10 Nov 2014
On this day of remembrance - ID cards would be welcomed here, as they are in Europe and in the USA - let's DEFEND - not fight
Monday 10 November 2014
Dear Fenella Aouane,
Welcome to my home, I trust this finds you well and look forward to
working with you.
Could we try an emergency pilot scheme for ID cards in the Borough due
to the arrests of several suspected terrorists locally recently?
I believe, and have always believed, that ID cards would be of enormous
benefit in reducing crime and preventing mass murder, trafficking and
other horror and believe we must now act as if an emergency is at hand.
I hope you agree and in order to maintain eminent sense , could we
please have an online consultation service for residents, it need cost
nothing st all but a half an hour to set up (happy to advise, gratis) -
all taxpayers invited to urgently participate in security information
and forum input for the safety and security of the neighbourhood.
From my blog of yesterday:
' On this day of remembrance - ID cards would be welcomed here, as they
are in Europe and in the USA - let's DEFEND - not fight
I think it was 2008-10 when I petitioned the government to introduce ID
cards- at the time, oddly, Harriet Harman was the only one making any
sense in this area - the cards would out paedophiles and criminals
galore - let's help our police and other services today and introduce
ID cards for residents of less than 8 years.
That way we can ID where the worst offenders are and detect what
they've been up to. We need to do this 10 years ago - would have saved
lives and helped everyone good.
Sadly - it only serves corruption and criminals not to have them at
this time. Let's get them in overnight - and review them in four-five
years - for the sake of YOUR security - let's say YES to ID (as the
no's argument holds no water at all, not when implemented in this way)
Number 10 are aware they are coveting criminals with their hedge
funds and illegal spending - UKIP will put this right -
meantime, I sent this to Larry at LBC just now:
'Hi Larry, great show - ID cards- the government have removed my
petition to introduce ID cards - from 2010 - my friend Marlene from
California - was the only person to sign it - now - people would sign
in droves - the thing is - people who have been resident here for over
8 years, need not carry a card - it is reason and logic - thanks, Liz
Please see me on Linkedin.
Elizabeth Lucye Robillard , Robillard Group London & UKIP Kensington
9 Nov 2014
Listen to the Kate Bush new album here
Hope our music goddess votes UKIP - I think she will x
- Elizabeth Robillard this about it - read or be a victim - ta http://www.indymedia.org.uk/en/2009/08/436524.html
The Conservative Party in 'safe' Kensington and Chelsea (London, England ) seat possbily seriously challenged by a notorious disabled, anarchic, atheist actress...Elizabeth Robillard <br/>indymedia.org.uk
28 Oct 2014
Religion isn't lacking in justice. Religion lacks psychology by making funding the primary driver, over it's own humanity and dogma - also lacks ability to spot NPD (deliberate? I wouldn't be surprised)
The 'Church of England' we used to defend with our life - is just a made-up church by a deranged, NASTY and randy old man who had no RELATION TO JESUS - not the bloodline of Christ at all- but I digress (though Tudors were clearly psychopath)
Religion has lacked the ability to prevent psychopaths from harming kids and other sweet and beautiful creatures, all over the world. Religion has not failed though, religion failed to implement fair justice. It needs to be accountable and make amends. No matter what type of place you worship, they need clear up the mess they made with their exploitation, violation and abuse and provide us all with access to good lawyers, sharpish. (not easy with ham-fisted blind-sided conservatives running things, another reason UKIP has to work so hard to save so many)
'no more legal aid for the poor' has to be the most idiotic thing any government has ever done since Walpole. Mickey-taking lawyers need to own up and take it on the chin.
The actual holy texts are probably all well intentioned, from very passionate and caring people. History is also vital to culture and identity. But exploitation and violation belong to the evil side, from people whom have been unable to tolerate their own personal injury history, some have had such outrageous things happen that nobody on earth could possibly believe them. I would.
I'm one of a vast number of folks interested in Kim Jong Un for example. He seems very psychopathic to us, but is he really? I'd love to hear about his childhood and how he perceived things then. A candid read from him, would be extremely enlightening. I suppose it would be a bit 'rehearsed' though. Be candid man, you only live on this planet, once (maybe)? Imagine him on Parkinson? We need more good talk shows back. I miss quality talk shows like that (though Steve Allen is getting better all the time, well done him, bring him back to early evenings, we need more of him at a decent hour pls gods of LBC)
It would be amazing to hear about his worries and concerns and maybe if he wrote a book, we could know how to gain some trust from him and his people? I'd love that, I hope he will consider it. I'm happy to assist him id he'd like help with blogging (feel free to contact me, form on the right) His mum apparently called him ' morning star king' here's a bit more from m the BBC
This all reminds me of how bad psychiatry is. Always presuming to know stuff when it doesn't. Brings me to the other favourite thing - 'assumptions'. Eh Keith? x
23 Oct 2014
Farage explains why democracy is important - 'one world government' means regulation by big business - The Last European Commission to Govern Britain @Nigel Farage MEP, Ukip...
Mother 4 Justice - Elizabeth Robillard blogs and shares truth and information
22 Oct 2014
Primarily - the worst cause of inequality - is lack of education or erroneous teaching - who is doing most to fix that?
Mark Leach gives wonky insight into Higher Education
UKIP’s latest education policies
by MARK LEACH on SEPTEMBER 26, 2014
'For years, the most up to date analysis of UKIP’s higher education policies existed on this site in this popular post by Tom Bailey. With the General Election only 7 months away, UKIP are this week holding their final party conference and so have announced a spate of new policies include those relating to higher education (read them in full here). Those relating just to HE are:
Scrap the target of 50% of school leavers going to university.Scrap tuition fees for able students pursuing courses in the sciences, technology, maths or medicineCharge the 70,000 university students from the EU the same amount in tuition fees as foreign students from non-EU countries, raising £600million per year'