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  Former Police Detective alleges Freemason colleagues conspired against him
Posted by: admin - 09-15-2020, 03:56 AM - Forum: Freemasonry Discussion - No Replies

Greater Manchester News
https://www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk/news/greater-manchester-news/gmps-most-audacious-undercover-detective-18876681

He was GMP's most audacious undercover detective. Now he claims police freemasons ruined his life

"I am not against the Masons. But I do believe that police officers should not be members"

By
Neal Keeling

13 SEP 2020

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Former undercover detective Garry Rogers alleges Freemason colleagues conspired against him (Image: ABNM Photography)

For years, questions have been asked about the relationship between Freemasonry and police.

As recently as 2018, the then-retiring head of the Police Federation, Steve White, said he suspected Lodge members were obstructing reform from within police services.

And in the 1980s, a decade when Freemasonry's influence on policing, the judiciary and local government came under intense scrutiny, a high-profile scandal raised the question of Masonic influence on Greater Manchester Police.

That was the so-called Stalker Affair - in which John Stalker, a veteran detective who rose to the ranks of Deputy Chief Constable of Greater Manchester Police, was accused of associating with criminals, including members of the city's notorious 'Quality Street Gang'.

At the time, Stalker was two years into an inquiry he was heading into allegations that the Royal Ulster Constabulary had used a 'shoot to kill' policy in Northern Ireland.

The late Mr Stalker strongly denied, and was later cleared of allegations that he fraternised with gangsters. Speculation swirled in the media that the well-respected officer had been the victim of smear campaign - orchestrated by Masons within GMP and the RUC - as a result of his work in Northern Ireland.

This claim was strongly denied by the Freemasons, who raise millions for good causes every year, and define themselves as a social group which merely encourages self-improvement in a spirit of respect, integrity, friendship and charitable giving.

But now, a new book has raised questions about the influence of the brotherhood within Greater Manchester Police in the more recent past.

And it's penned by Garry Rogers, a man who was one of the force's boldest undercover officers. He alleges that he was subject a conspiracy orchestrated by fellow officers who were Freemasons...after he was suspected of blowing the whistle on a corrupt officer who was a Lodge member.

In a statement, the United Grand Lodge of England, the national governing body for Freemasonry told the M.E.N: “Every few years a retired policeman re-hashes some tired old allegations in order to sell a few more copies of their ‘new’ book."

On Tuesday July 27th 2004 Detective Constable Garry Rogers took the lift to the 11th floor of Chester House, then GMP's HQ in Stretford.

His 9am meeting was with Michael Todd, the force's new, charismatic Chief Constable.

"(Todd) said straightaway that it appeared to him that I had been the victim of 'some kind of corrupt Masonic influence within CID' and that this would never happen now he was in charge," Garry recalls.

"He also said that those officers who were involved had left under a cloud.

"I had been banging on for eight years about what had been going on, and they were all here when I tried to tell the force - but no one was interested when they could have actually done something."

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  'The Freemason'
Posted by: admin - 06-28-2020, 01:51 AM - Forum: FW Guestbook 8.0 - No Replies

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  Terence Corcoran: The precautionary disaster
Posted by: admin - 06-25-2020, 07:49 PM - Forum: Politics & the Day's Events - No Replies

Junk Science Week: How the return of the precautionary principle led to the great economic lockdown. But the principle was not applied to the lockdown

June 25, 2020

The costs of the great COVID-19 lockdown continue to generate previously unimaginable levels of economic dislocation: job and income losses, plunging national incomes, uncountable government debt leading to Canada’s credit-rating cut, massive corporate and institutional upheaval, ballooning central bank balance sheets and growing human health impacts.

The daily news machines stream with monotonous regularity that all this and more has been brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic, the killer virus that is killing the global economy. Even the World Bank is promoting the idea: “The COVID-19 pandemic has spread with alarming speed, infecting millions and bringing economic activity to a near-standstill.”

But blaming the coronavirus for devastation brought on by The Great Lockdown, as the International Monetary Fund has called the global economic crisis, is at best misleading. The global economy has been brought to its current perilous condition by specific and deliberate government actions.
The virus didn’t do it. The virus kills some people, not the economy. Governments and politicians did that when they effectively adopted ideas imbedded in a 30-year-old controversial — some would say pernicious — political and environmental concept that’s rarely debated today, the precautionary principle

The precautionary principle originated in Europe and emerged as part of a 1990s global movement to install “sustainable development” as the model for future economic and science policy-making. Gro Harlem Brundtland, the Norwegian politician who headed the UN commission on sustainable development and produced the 1987 Brundtland report, backed the precautionary concept: “I will add my strong support to those who say that we cannot delay action until all scientific facts are on our tables. We already know enough to start to act — and to act more forcefully.”
The principle took off a year later when, under the dominance of Maurice Strong, the Canadian giant of anti-capitalist globalism, it was implanted into the 1992 UN Rio Declaration on Environment and Development. Rio Article 15 summarizes one version of a concept that has been loaded into the legal agendas of most governments and global agencies:

Article 15: ”Where there are threats of serious or irreversible damage, lack of full scientific certainty shall not be used as a reason for postponing cost-effective measures to prevent environmental degradation.”

All this may seem like ancient history, but variations on Article 15 guided the politicians and bureaucrats who, within a few days last March, turned uncertain science on the COVID-19 virus into a global economic shutdown. All scientific facts were not on the table, but the precautionary principle drove decision-making from the U.K. to Canada and around most of the world.


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  NYC Criminal Justice System ‘Imploding,' NYPD Boss Says as Homicides Hit 5-Year High
Posted by: admin - 06-25-2020, 07:22 PM - Forum: Politics & the Day's Events - No Replies

NYC Criminal Justice System ‘Imploding,' NYPD Boss Says as Homicides Hit 5-Year High
As calls for defunding and reforming the police department have gained steam since the police killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis, NYC has seen a 24 percent increase in homicides year-over-year
By Tom Winter Jonathan Dienst Published June 24, 2020[/color] Updated on June 25, 2020[/color] at 7:30 am


New York City’s homicide rate has hit a five-year high as the amount of people shot has jumped 42 percent compared to last year on the heels of an “implosion” of the city’s judicial system, according to NYPD Commissioner Dermot Shea.

A perfect storm of COVID-19 shutdowns within the judicial system (which have shunted indictments against the most dangerous illegal gun criminals), a breakdown in the city’s social safety nets (which has prisoners being released from jail straight into homelessness), and bail reform laws and case deferments have all hindered the NYPD’s efforts to staunch the bleeding, Shea believes.

"We cannot keep people safe without keeping bad, dangerous, people off the streets,” Shea said. "You have a criminal justice system that's imploding. That’s the kindest way to put it.”

Shea said that if the Supreme Court can hold proceedings during the pandemic, there should be a way to arraign people and have grand juries during these pandemic times, pleading “do it virtually, do something.”

The commissioner also said supervised release is a “fallacy,” and that there’s no system right now to keep an eye on those who are released from prison — including Riker’s Island — and supposed to be monitored.


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  "Sopranos" Stars Discuss Harvey Weinstein with Joe Rogan, 2020
Posted by: FWI - 06-25-2020, 06:23 PM - Forum: Freemasonry Discussion - No Replies

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  Aston Martin Centenary Party - Freemasons' Hall, Great Queen Street, London, 2013
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  The Sequel, by Mark Dice
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