Judge not lest ye be UK Court Judges

January 19, 2017 OPINION/NEWS

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Hazel Speed

This story has really angered me. I will not go into the full detail as it is outlined herein but sufficient to say how the UK still needs a modern day Robin Hood when it comes to hoping for any justice as an ordinary individual up against the Establishment, that is unless one is part of that elite group.

A while back now I posted a link of a one page word document which I submitted to Parliament and was amazingly lucky to see published. (See the link here as it is only one page but encompasses little known facts of how carers have been cheated out of their Guaranteed Carers Pensions).

WASPI is a UK campaign group currently representing the fight of women born in the 1950s and similarly affected regarding having Pensions delayed, monies lost and consequences therefrom. I am proud to be a Member of that group too as this element also affected my own situation.

These Judges are claiming a lack of equity with those born prior to 1957 so I say let them have nothing too. Better still, seek justice for us all, now there is a notion.

It is all very well to enjoy life-changing powers over colleagues in the legal profession, as well as the guilty (and innocent) on trial before them, but they forget that the ordinary people never attain such opportunities to fight similar or worse injustices. One has to have power and money to be able to make such legal challenges in the first place!

If they feel their cause is ‘Just’ then surely an honourable Judge would make it a Class Action and allow the rest of us to join in too.

Judge Not lest thee be Judged, or a Judge!

Disgusted from Tunbridge Wells, as the saying goes.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hazel Speed

Photo (c) Hazel Speed – used by kind permision to Tuck Magazine

Hazel Speed is a Philosopher, Writer, and Artist with various creative projects at differing stages of development. Her flaship project is an animation which has produced a film short: www.thepinkprofessor.com. She has also written an E-novel, ‘Just Suppose…!‘ which is available via the attached link.

Art sites: www.candystoreart.comwww.terrificart.comwww.artbadges.co.uk.

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