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On The Verge of being MURDERED by Gwent Police

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I’ve been TAKEN or Kidnapped by Gwent Police in advance of the Mental Health Act being invoked and being compulsorily detained in Mental Hospitals on approximately 40-50 occasions by now. It’s just prevented any real flow of liberty in almost anything I do from education, to work, to freedom of expression to family life. Anything. It just is out of control and it won’t stop, it won’t heal: it is a careering runaway train that nothing can be done about. Gwent Police are the St Jude of law enforcement anywhere. Approximately 7 years ago or so, I was being processed by them – rather just locked in the dungeons of Newport Central, naked or in your pants on a little blue mat in a very brightly lit cell staring at orange signs about drug abuse. I had to be transferred up to St Cadoc’s so I could commence my ‘time’. The journey is approximately 5 miles so even though you will be in quite unsavoury conditions for the trip, in a pair of tightly wrenched handcuffs, bouncing around in the back of a farmyard style empty tin crate in the rear end of one of their police vans, it’s not really all that far and unlike some of the other 40 odd mile journeys I’ve experienced, this is but a mere water off a duck’s back. After about 8-10 years of them making any work I did in the music industry or any other sector impossible, I just gave up on trying to get on with society and started just doing a hobby fulltime. I joined a travelling supporters club for Liverpool FC and travelled up to Anfield every week to watch the match live in the stadium and luckily for me 2005 happened to produce a vintage year for the club’s fortunes. Having been to Hillsborough as a young lad about 3 months prior to the actual Hillsborough disaster, this particular football tragedy, where 96 Liverpool Football fans were crushed to death in the stands #jft96, has really had an impact on me, as a lifelong fan of Liverpool Football Club. The Hillsborough Justice Campaign has been fighting for justice for the Hillsborough victims for about 30 years. One of the aims of the justice campaign is to get South Yorkshire, Chief Inspector, David Duckenfield, who ordered the gates at Hillsborough to be shut and thus directly murdered the…

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An Example of Gwent Police Invading Shuffle Towers (2) – My Home

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This is an example of one of the many occasions in which Gwent Police during their two and a half decades of harassing me, have forced entry illegally into my home and place of work. On this occasion I was lucky enough to be able to capture them on video on my mobile phone – this is something that I would recommend and encourage the public to do when faced with witnessing any unlawful behaviour by any police force across the globe. On other occasions they have shot me, sent riot police, seriously assaulted me both physically and sexually and have done so on maybe 40-50 occasions. They have shot me, stripped me naked, sent riot police into my bedroom, had me locked with convicted sex offenders in their employment, naked in the cells at Newport Central Police Station (see Dr Darryl Watts category). The Gwent Police when invading my home always put me in handcuffs without ever having placed me under arrest and they just kidnap me off in the back of their vans and take me to either their Newport Central cells where they continue to physically and sexually abuse me or on to processing parts of the various local mental hospitals where they always continue to abuse you prior to your admittance under section of the mental health act. You cannot usually get to have a court hearing in the MHRT review tribunal for about 6 weeks and in any case only about 5% of these cases are won by psychiatric victims. During the many months of incarceration which you face you are forced to undergo Big Pharma treatment against consent where hardcore disabling pharmaceutical products are forced into your body. During this illegal forced entry into my home without a warrant, they came through, armed with tasers pointing and threatening me the whole way through as I backed away. They wanted to see my female houseguest who was asleep in the spare room and decided to wake her up, inquiring as to the nature of my mental health (????) The lady woke up and, rather shocked and annoyed shouted at them telling them to ‘Fuck Off!’ Usually I am alone in my property when they do this sort of thing and I was very surprised when they actually did, on this occasion, go forth and multiply. So they luckily left the building for once without dragging…

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Review: Narrating Narcos: Culiacán and Medellín – by Gabriela Polit Dueñas

The author is exploring the impact of local culture on the artistic output of Narcoculture in the form of literature and art in two specific par excellence Narco cities in Latin America. We are introduced to the Culichis of Culiacán in Mexicos Sinaloa and they can be contrasted with the paisas of Medellín in Colombia. There are unique linguistic characteristics to each area and each city produces distinct styles in terms of its experience of drug war and wide scale narco-trafficking. Culiacán is the capital of El Chapo’s Sinaloa Cartel territory and faced the brunt of the President Calderon Mexican Government War on Drugs. Medellín was home to Pablo Escobar’s capo rule during the 1980s when he declared war on the State and ran a brutal campaign akin to terrorism, brutalising many of the local population in the crossfire. The rough nature of macho Culichi campesinos, raised in the surrounding rural mountains is portrayed in the natural acceptance of violence and the local landscape is scarred with the memories of narco killings and warfare. Post Escobar paisas are dealing with the world where they had to face paramilitary suppression and the middle classes have been integrated with fast money immigrants from the shantytowns, the home of sicaresca (cultural works about sicario hitmen). Authors may use local dialects such as Medellin’s urban poor parlache in order to express their work. Most of the artists and authors have either suffered directly from the violence or know people killed in the wars. The underlying tone for cultural content from both areas is one of ultraviolence that is socially accepted and ingrained in the conscience and collective memory. The popularity of narconovelas is rising globally. The author of this study does some great work in exposing some perhaps lesser known creators and does a relatively in depth analysis of their works, often drawing on external cultural ideas and philosophies in order to justify her analyses. I found this text to be very enlightening and it opened many doors to this area for future critical study. The often dark subjects prove to be very adept at dealing with their work, often under extreme circumstances that fellow artists across the world do not have to endure. The culture of Medellín and Culiacán is opened to the world by Gabriela Polit Dueñas and I highly recommend her work.

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Brexit y los Jóvenes Británicos

NIGEL FARAGE   La mayoría de jóvenes británicos quiere que la UE sea parte de su futuro: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pxnqgqOsyJk La salida del Reino Unido de la UE tendrá consecuencias para este país, especialmente para los jóvenes. Explica de qué manera crees que afectará a los jóvenes y al país en general. En tu opinión: ¿por qué crees que la gente votó a favor del Brexit?   Brexit es la decisión del publico británico que ha votado sobre el tema en un referéndum que el país abandona la Unión Europea, su unión aduanera, su libre circulación de personas y sus normas comerciales. Es una decisión muy polémica y no necesariamente ha sido un voto justo porque los jóvenes que votaron abrumadoramente “permanecer” en Europa. Fue la generación antigua de la población y los habitantes de las zonas rurales que votaron a favor de “dejar” y la población joven y urbana estaba a favor de la UE. Hay consecuencias previsibles para los jóvenes, ya que ya no hay viajar libremente por toda Europa en pasaportes británicos ni vivir y trabajar tan fácilmente en el extranjero. Además, tal vez el programa de intercambio Erasmus para la educación universitaria puede verse afectado, aunque se está haciendo mucho para garantizar que Erasmus no se vea afectado por el resultado del referéndum. Creo que en general la gente del Reino Unido sufrirá a través de Brexit. El costo de la vida aumentará. Habrá una notable falta de habitantes multiculturales de Europa que viven en el Reino Unido, lo que conduce a un déficit cultural. Y, lo que es más sorprendente, el voto puede llevar a más votos y la decisión de salir de Europa podría preceder a una ruptura más ominosa del Reino Unido con Escocia, Irlanda del Norte y Gales declarando la independencia. Pienso que la gente decidió por una serie de factores. La campaña de políticos polémicos como Nigel Farage fue muy astuta. El pueblo británico, especialmente a la luz del terrorismo actual, tiene un temor natural a la inmigración. A la gente se le dijo que el dinero ahorrado se gastan en hospitales, aunque sea ha sido expuesto como una mentira. Había mucha confusión sobre Europa y muchas personas no eran realmente conscientes de los efectos de Brexit. Incluso hoy nadie es consciente de lo que realmente resultará de la ruptura definitiva que se produjera cuando finalmente se invocan el artículo 50 del Tratado…

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Review: Santa Muerte – Mexico’s Mysterious Saint Of Death

This book documents the rapidly growing Mexican folk faith that is ‘Santa Muerte’ or ‘Saint Death’. The iconic image of the skulled woman with a scythe gives hope to many discomforted souls on the fringes of Mexican and indeed global society. From the origins of death cults across the world, to the exploration of the faith’s pre-Colombian roots, the author (not a follower of Santa Muerte) assesses what draws followers to the dark mistress. From its fame spread through the Mexican underworld to its iconic presence in Western pop culture, Santa Muerte attracts new followers in their millions and attempts by the Mexican government and Catholic church to stamp out this ‘abomination’ are so far failing. The book is a nice introduction to the subject and although brief, the author does get to grips with enough material and introduces ideas that can be followed up with further study. A concise and interesting read on a new cultural hispanic phenomenon.

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Review: The New Cold War

The New Cold War by Edward Lucas My rating: 4 of 5 stars This book is a study of Russia in the post-communist era. It documents the rise of Vladimir Putin and identifies the ‘new cold war’ that envelopes Russia’s relations with the outside world. I found the book to be detailed with information and I was surprised by many of the features of the new Russia. I hadn’t realised that under Putin the Russian economy had been growing really well nor had I an appreciation of his soaring approval rating with his people. The Russian dominance of the energy market, in particular, gas, is quite daunting. I really enjoyed the chapter that focussed on the actual way this energy market is structured. The new Cold War won’t necessarily be fought in terms of military might and arms races. The Russian military strength is very dilapidated and they spend 25 times less on their military budget than the US. The new war will be fought in the markets with hard-hitting Kremlin-supported oligarch cash and the high profits from the energy market. I was surprised at the overall effect how that, since 1989, Russia has reverted back to its old Iron Curtain Soviet ways, despite me imagining that it was all freedom and capitalism there now. ‘Sovereign Democracy’ has quite different values to the political system we understand. The author has done his best in this book to explain what makes Russia tick and how we can possibly overcome a dark new era of global hostilities. View all my reviews

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