Saturday, 26 September 2009

Government Crimes, war crimes and censorship

Iraq protest at new censorship.

"The protest follows the introduction of new rules for censoring books, and a proposal to ban certain websites.

Some journalists say there has been an increase in lawsuits against those investigating security or corruption.

The authorities say they will only block websites that are pornographic or incite violence or criminal behaviour.

Media workers have frequently been targeted or caught up in the violence in Iraq, with at least 190 being killed since the US-led invasion in March 2003."

Singapore Censorhip Chairman. know yours?

Standard UK govt dept denial; Homeless Veteran
"Rickey had always wanted to be a soldier after his stepfather was in the TA, but the reality of seeing scores of dead and mutilated bodies, being under constant attack and living in a ditch for months at a time has left him with crippling emotional problems. "

"Sleeping at in doorways and at Lewes train station, Rickey can not even get Lewes District Council to accept he is homeless."
"“I went to see the council homelessness officer but they said I didn't have grounds for saying I was homeless."
"“They are saying I don't have grounds for saying I'm homeless and I'm not a priority case."

A spokesman for Lewes District Council said Rickey had failed to turn up for appointments when he had made previous homelessness applications
"Now technically he has made himself homeless. ...Rickey has two outstanding forms for the housing register and Homelink. He hasn't returned either of those. Until he does we can't take it any further."

Black and Asian Muslim ethinic Diversity Job Fair. unfair. manchester uk.
"The Whitworth Hall, The University of Manchester, Oxford Road M13 9PL

Now in its 8th year, the Ethnic Diversity Fair continues to be an important and popular event in the recruitment calendar. It provides recruiters with a tried and tested forum to meet with black and Asian students and graduates right at the start of the recruitment season."

jobs after jihad.

"Around 1000 students and graduates came along to meet with 29 organisations who were there because they value cultural diversity and are committed to developing a diverse workforce."

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