Tag: MI6

In Profile Samuel Julius Gould, and the Hegelian Dialectic

How Zionism works : Julius Gould is also listed as a member of the International Committee of The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, (Europe, Nottingham, England), as is Albert Neuberger (Europe, London, England), father-in-law of Julia Neuberger, Chair of the House of Lords Science and Technology Committee, and father of David Neuberger, to be sworn in as President of the Supreme Court in October 2012, after what I would call a clear case in the use by David Neuberger of the Hegelian Dialectic, he attacked the Supreme Court then became it.

Backdoors and distortions of Prism

Unwarranted government surveillance is an intrusion on basic human rights that threatens the very foundations of a democratic society. store of this information about each person is a huge liability : Whom would you trust to decide when to access it, or even to keep it secure? Sir Tim Berners-Lee, inventor of the World Wide Web, upon learning of the covert Prism operation, which has been reported extensively in The Guardian. According to their report, The US-run programme, called Prism, would appear to allow GCHQ to circumvent the formal legal process required to seek personal material such as emails, photos and videos from an internet company based outside the UK

In Profile : The Centre for European Reform and Hakluyt

The Centre states that it : is a think-tank devoted to improving the quality of the debate on the European Union. It is a forum for people with ideas from Britain and across the continent to discuss the many political, economic and social challenges facing Europe. It seeks to work with similar bodies in other European countries, North America and elsewhere in the world The CER makes a point of bringing together people from the worlds of politics and business. Most of our meetings and seminars are by invitation only, to ensure a high level of debate. Its main areas of interest are European Union budget, policies, foreign policy; Reforming the EU’s institutions; Justice & home affairs; Economics & finance; Energy & environment; Education & research; The Euro; Security & defence policy; Enlargement (specifically on Turkey); Neighbourhood policy; Transatlantic relations; Russia; China; The Middle East and the Arab Reform Initiative.