reply to post by bodrul
Just for the benefit of those of you I promised this information here it is:
I have not paid a television licence for some time, and will not pay for a television licence for as long as the BBC cannot uphold the law.
The reason I do not pay my licence is simple. If the law requires you to pay a licence fee to keep the BBC in business, then equally the law requires
(by royal charter, amongst other legal standards) that the BBC act in a proper and lawful manner. The BBC has not acted in a lawful manner on many
occasions, as such it is gathering monies via the license fees in a dishonest fashion.
As such, I will never give my hard earned money to the Beeb...! Not until it cleans up its act. Here's how.
NOTE: This is tried and teseted action - I know I've done it, and it works a treat!
In 1951 the British Broadcasting Corporation was granted a Royal Charter to provide news in a fair and totally unbiased manner.
The BBC quickly gained an international reputation for excellence and balance until the early 1970's. Then things went badly wrong. It was
infiltrated by Common Purpose Communists and so-called Liberal Socialists who were not keen on programmes that were good, honest, or unbiased.
In their hands the BBC was re-fashioned to brainwash listeners and viewers, so the "BBC Liberalist" viewpoint prevailed. The impartiality of the BBC
was killed off by viewpoints that were wildly out-of-kilter with the mainstream of public opinion, and that wilfully ignored the very reason of the
BBC to exist.
Objectivity was lost in favour of blatant propaganda. The BBC is now failing in its absolute duty to provide the public with full information;
particularly about the European Union.
This subject, the abolition of 27 nations (soon to be much more) and their replacement by an undemocratic dictatorship, is the most important issue in
the history of Britain. The abolition of our nation after 1,000 years will have a staggerging effect on all of us.
The BBC has, on its own admission, been paid by the European Union, to support it exclusively, and in consequence of this treason has broken its Royal
Do you think you should continue to pay for a TV license, when your money is going to an agent of the European Union?
Should you pay for a lack of truthful information; mis-information or downright lies, or should you stop paying your license fee?
There are scores of people, including me, protesting or refusing to pay. Their experience is that if you write a letter to the licensing authority
saying you will withhold your license fee until the BBC obeys its charter, citing the criminal breaches outlined above, the Licensing Authority
replies that "it is criminal to watch TV without a license" - but it ignores the fact that the BBC is acting far more criminally in a way that is
dangerous to the liberties of all British people.
Then the letters stop - they cannot defend this action in court (they know this) and that's the end of the matter.
A man called, Niall Warry of Cheltenham forced the BBC to take him to court, and then proceeded to outline the points above to the court! Without
actually saying he had won the case, or focing him to pay a fine/the license fees, the court gave him a conditional discharge...
On the Attack:
The plan of action, in the unlikely event you are visited by a Licensing Authority Collection Agent is as follows:
Be courteous; show the visitors the TV. Tell them the conversations will be recorded and may be produced as evidence in court (make sure you record
all conversations). Copy the full details from their compulsory ID card "for the legal file". Advise them as follows: