Quiet does not mean nothing is happening


Apologies for the lack of posts of late but there has been a lot happening behind the scenes and lots of brand new sensible people joining the Alliance. All good stuff! It’ll be another couple of weeks till we start posting regular posts and info to keep you guys informed, inspired and up to date.

We’ve picked up an eviction that we will be working with as the conduct of the bailiffs and police was dreadful. The Dignity Alliance had an Observer present on each occasion and there were community press officers also reporting on events. The alleged Warrants were highly questionable too and we’ve passed these to Alpa Forensics for analysis and report. A separate link will be posted where we will put up all paperwork and videos and news so you can keep track of progress. Our aim is to investigate and raise complaints so we can help the MoJ, HMCTS and the Police to regain some of the public confidence they admit is now getting scarce on the ground.

Ditto with the Council Tax scam. Lots going on there too with our members that we’ll post up when we get the chance. There is one issue that is worth bring to your attention for now. The ‘BILLING AUTHORITY’ collects Council Tax, not ‘the Council’ or ‘Local Authority’. Do not confuse these. One District Judge has commented that they are essentially the same thing and frankly he is talking out his bum. In every case you are asked to do business with a party, YOU have a personal obligation to check the legal identity and legal capacity of that other party, otherwise you are liable for anything that happens. You CAN and SHOULD refuse to do business with a party that either can’t or won’t identify itself and its legal capacity. This is very much the case with one ‘Council’ we are having fun with. The Billing Authority and the Local Authority and Council have quite different functions and may even be, from area to area, different corporate entities. You need to check for yourself in your own area who is who and what is what as it is not uniform across the country.

This freedom of information response from the Valuation Office Agency (they who rate properties and work for HMRC with respect to the alleged Council Tax) is worth reading through. Refused on the basis that the Billing Authority is a person under the Data Protection Act and that person’s right to privacy has been protected. Yet more bullshit and officials working in a public capacity colluding to cover their backsides and scam the good ol’ trusting peasants. Complaint is with Information Commissioner and response will be posted here.

Here’s another tasty FOI response….

If you ask a mechanic what a spanner is and what its for and he/she will be able to answer you. Ask a nurse what a thermometer is and what its for and he/she will be able to answer you. Ask the judiciary what the law is and what its for and…..well….look for yourself…

Judicial Office - Purpose of the Law - redactedI thought this was an easy question. Obviously not. In the Royal Courts of Justice they claim not to have one single piece of written information advising them what the law is and what it is for?! Hmmm. I have my own views on the answers, which revolve around tax and tax collection but I’m open to your views. This should be interesting. Sometimes we get buried so deep in the game that we forget to ask the simple questions. See if you can do better by writing around and sharing responses for posting on here. Send to admin@dignityalliance.com

Okay, see you in a couple of weeks.






3 thoughts on “Quiet does not mean nothing is happening

  1. Nice contrib bikes 🙂

    Rule of Law? Three words there. ‘Of’ means Rules derive from Law therefore the key word here is Law. I did an FOI to the MOJ asking them for their definition of ‘Law’ and what the purpose of the ‘Law’ is according to them. They do not hold that information! Speaks volumes. There is no Rule of Law mate. This conclusion having been at this for some time, I must say. What we imo have is simply criminal gangs operating Rule of Force. At the end of the day, once we have played the Law game in the court casinos it results in many men with weapons confronting us to take our possessions and/or freedom. I’m not trying to be a downer…just realistic. To play the game you first must understand the game. Its numbers that count just as in the old feudal trial by combat.

    The LGA 1888 is an interesting one. I went into to this in some depth. It creates a Surety relationship. The Council borrows on our (?) behalf and spends it as Trustees for the public on all sorts of beneficial services and assets. The citizens of the borough are individually the Sureties. That means when at the end of the 10 month lending period each year they go back to pay Treasury they do not have the money and must chase the Sureties who have guaranteed their share of the amount. If we fail in our duty to perform by not coughing up immediately or missing our payments they then invent a private tribunal hearing where all those disobedient Sureties are ‘called-in’ (aka Summonsed) and asked to explain why they have failed in their alleged duty. We’ll be posting up more on this in the near future as a few of us are heavily engaged with council tax challenges now and got them backed in a corner.

    Main point to note is the LGA1888 Act creates and assumes a Surety relationship between Council and the Occupier of your residence. Key then is the assumption that there is a duty to perform and to whom and by whom? Basic contract law. I would suggest that this is where you start. Nothing clever. Nothing fancy. Bags of simple case law out there to support challenging this presumption.

    Also note that a ‘Bill’ is a Bill of Exchange. A Bill must have a sum certain. A sum certain, I would argue CANNOT include any sums that are voluntary or a gift in nature. The obligatory or statutory side is another argument but you cannot be compelled to pay a voluntary sum and this becomes an issue when in a ‘Bill’ they mix up obligatory(statutory obligation) and voluntary levies/funds/donations.

    I could write all night on this subject but will save it for a near future post as this is a live issue for our team and we don’t want to be showing our hand at this stage….. 😉

    At the core of everything we do, mate, is acting competently and always doing our due diligence. That simple! Amazing how many presumptions we are asked to assume every day. Start challenging these presumptions and you start to see the world differently. Even your strawman name and capacity is a presumption ffs! One that we, when we assume that presumption without question, means that we are carrying liability for it. Its all about who and what is carrying the liability in everything. People accept liability far too easily for things they do not understand or comprehend. We have a duty to ourselves and this legal person business to competently be checking and asking lots of questions to make sure we do understand what we are agreeing to and signing up to. Difficult to argue after the event. This take prep work and lots of noticing the other side that until you understand what the eff is going on THEY, as the legal professionals, carry liability and responsibility.

    We’ve all got different ways of approaching things and its good that we are not all copying each other but my own private preference is to keep it simple and look (under contract and trust law) at how and when a binding agreement is reached, then challenge that there can be no agreement in the absence of certainty of subject or objects. By doing this we are breaking that automatic assumption of presumptions and not letting the other side to load us with liability.

    If anyone has anything to add to that please feel free to do so.

  2. bikes

    hi my brothers and sisters, I have woken up and been studying for a year now these are a few things….
    R.E. rule of law. the understanding of this that i have is that it is a feature attributed to the uk constitution by professor Dicey it embodied three concepts; the absolute predominance of regular law, so that the government has no arbitrary authority over the citizen; the equal subjection of all (including officials) to the ordinary law administered by the ordinary courts,; and the fact that the citizens personal freedoms are formulated and protected by the ordinary law rather than by abstract constitutional declarations.
    R.E. council tax. in the local government act 1888
    it states “all duties and liabilites of the inhabitants of a county shall become and be duties and liabilities of the council of such county”
    111 (3) A LOCAL AUTHORITY shall not by virtue of this section raise money, whether by means of rates, precepts or borrowing , or lending money except in accordance with the enactments relating to those matters respectively.
    so i guess the question is what has been enacted in regards to rates? im yet to find out.
    Ordinary law is common law which forms the uk system (judicial case law) from what i can see acts are contracts hence having to sign the paper a officer offers you.
    If the act is one that is political then it is a political object? and in the public order act 1936 s2 (1)b
    If a member or adherents of any association of persons, whether incorporated or not are organised and trained or organised and equipped either for the purpose of enabling them to be employed for the use or display of physical force in promoting any political object, or in such manner as to arouse reasonable apprehension that they are organised and either trained or equipped for that purpose; then any person who takes part in the control or management of the association , or in so orgnising or traning as aforesaid any members or adherents thereof, shall be guilty of an offence under this section. (PROHIBITION OF QUASI-MILITARY ORGANISATIONS)


    BAGEHOT. he was the last great whig writers his work written on the eve of the second reform act, he expressed mid Victorian anxieties about the coming of democracy.
    he believed the country would be unable to make the transition to democracy with out a theatrical show (ww1 ww2)? inspiring differences amongst the multitude and bolstering the aristocratic character of the traditional constitution. he was not optimistic. the coming of democracy in England might not lead to as in France the guillotine, but he predicted it would lead to the rule of money, especially new money working upon ignorance for its own ends. it would slowly impair the constitution and it would do this by spoiling our parliament.

    peace and love,

    • Your comment re quasi-military organisations is a very relevant one and perhaps much more relevant than most people think. Are we in a state of emergency now and/or are we at least in part now governed as a conquered people? I’ve done talks on this subject ansd shared my own research and I am convinced that we are indeed under emergency powers. I suggest digging out a military dictionary (archive.org has a few good ones) and looking up all those words that we think are legal or governmental or financial. Suggestions to start with are secretary, office, officer, department, district, judge advocate, executive, chief. Its an eye opener, my friend…

      I note that in a borough constitution local to here there was added a section in January whereby the Chief Executive Officer of the Council Executive (think about that in military law terms) has been granted by executive order (again, think military) from a higher authority (look up authority as a biggie) the powers (delegated) to declare a state of emergency. They then only have to inform the mayor and one other senior executive official. No obligation to tell anyone else that we are now being governed by emergency power and that civil authority (such as civil law) can be safely ignored. Worth checking your own local authority (military terms again) for that section in their constitution. Only question that needs to be asked after those powers are implemented is whether we are belligerent or not, or a civilian or a military employee/contractor.

      Will that immense delegated power be abused by the holders of that power. There is a strong argument from central and local govt that it already has and will continue to be as they drive through unpopular policy and regulation ‘for the greater good’ and to protect the ‘well-being of the economy’. Look up the ‘European Charter for Local Governance’, and its domestic subordinate legislation ‘The Localism Act 2011’. Draw your own conclusions and feel free to share your own findings…. 🙂

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