Your story matters
Sometimes in the comments section of one of our two FB pages we’ll get someone who seems to have an interesting story to tell.
I cant think of a specific example right now, but from time to time I do see them. If you have a potentially interesting story to recount then rather than have it lost among the comments section, why not write it down in story form and send it into us?
If its interesting and instructive then we can run it here and it will be read by many more people. Maybe you have direct and personal experience of someone convicted of cruelty offences, maybe you have had different experiences with organisations that are there to offer protections, the list is endless.
If you think your story is on point and relevant, then I am happy to give it a platform on here. Again, I’d much sooner that than have a good personal account lost in a comments section.
If you wish to submit your story/experience to us then please submit them to us at the e mail address provided at the bottom of this piece.
No one expects the works of Shakespeare, but if you have a candid and from the heart story to share, then that’s what people want to read.
An insight into what you’re up against
I have come to the conclusion that by accident or design, the justice system in Scotland and England favours the perpetrator and not the victims so much.
I have no idea why the system seems stacked to be outrageously lenient on the most twisted and unhinged of creatures, but it is.
To give you a flavour of what we’re up against trying to make any gains, consider this.
Today, a guy called Traherne Williams was given a mere six and half years for the murder of his own baby of three months old.
Threw her with such force that it caused catastrophic and fatal damage. He is 23 yrs of age, and the odds are that he will serve half his sentence. This means he will be a free man at 26, free to have other children with his partner, who was originally charged with murder along with him, until he decided to cop for it all.
You really cannot get more literally defenceless and innocent and frail than a three month old baby. This little girl is now denied ANY chance at life and the judge ‘punishes’ her killer with six years!
I wish such things and such baffling examples were rare and cherry picked, but in fact they tend to be the default position.
Six years for that should illustrate to you how truly detached from reality the judiciary are, the whole system.
Can you see why it is be such a grind to get any Government to drag animal cruelty laws into the 21 century when we have a culture of giving six years to baby killers?
No wonder that in Britain today its the law abiding and the good who live in fear, while the assorted filth live in the knowledge that our system is incredibly lenient.
How can any mother or father relax and let their kids go online today, when there are an estimated 100,000 active daily predators online? There are 80+ anti grooming groups in the UK and I am glad of that. But even when they secure convictions, its typically a suspended sentence and being obligated to attend some course. That’s it.
It must be incredibly frustrating for them to put months of quite disturbing work into stinging one person, only to later find that he was given a suspended sentence and some other nonsense.
You wouldn’t want to live in London today. With rates of violence higher than NYC, and with scooter gangs driving by and casually robbing people, sometimes assaulting them badly, its not a safe place to be. What’s more, the state that are lenient on the thugs don’t even permit a women to carry a mere pepper spray to at least give her some chance of defence.
I wont even get into the mass cover ups that certain police forces and councils have been complicit in, in regard to victims of ‘rape gangs’.
If you look at each injustice in isolation then it just seems that yet another judge has given yet another soft sentence for some abominable crime.
But if you take a step back and see all these injustices together then doesn’t it dawn on you that the system appears designed to let as many Orcs as possible beat, torture, rape, molest and terrorise as many good people as possible, good people who are denied any means of defence?
Is it any wonder that set against that back drop that animals get such a shitty deal and that the freaks that seek to harm them are treated with kid gloves?
Its totally consistent with how the state and justice system appear to value good citizens and victims of crime – they have no regard for it.
I don’t think the typical person is quite able to conceive of how high the levels of total freaks and beasts there are wandering your towns and cities.
You would be astonished if you knew how many people with convictions for quite serious offences were living within a mile of you. The country is totally contaminated with a plague of predators in various forms.
If they aren’t after your kids, they are after the old or less abled. If they aren’t after them then they are after dogs, cats, any pets they can lay their grubby hands on. And lets be honest, its all too easy for just anyone to go get themselves a pet.
Its almost impossible for anyone to wrap their head around just how many mental freaks there are in 2018. There was a man convicted last week of raping both his Bedlington Terriers, and he was witnessed no less, presumably by a family member. Its like something from a dystopian made up story, but that’s how far we have sunk and that’s the sort of freaks who are not uncommonly living among you.
There is something deeply wrong at the very heart and soul of our people and its manifesting in all sorts of increasingly degenerate, abominable and sick ways.
Here’s something to ponder. It used to be thought that prostitutes whose ‘clients’ raped them and beat them up did so born from some pathological hate of prostitutes specifically. Turns out that’s only true in the smalllest number of cases.
The reality is far more obvious.
The reason why prostitutes are targets is that they are seen as low risk targets. They tend not to talk to police, they tend not to file reports, they may not even be taken seriously. Those doing it would just as soon do it to a non prostitute but they know there is a far greater risk, not only of being reported but of that female having a brother or husband that would seek revenge.
The same could be said of animal cruelty. They are low risk targets of convenience for the disturbed.
Those who do such acts aren’t specifically anti dog or anti cat, its more that they’d be a high risk to ANYTHING that was under their ‘care’ that happened to have no voice or was weaker than them.
If they chanced upon someone with severe learning problems, that would be their target. If they had small chidlen, they would be the target.
And if they have dogs or cats, then those will be the target.
Its not acceptable to me that we have a dynamic where the rules favour the perpetrator and that leniency is the default position.
Listen to any of the political talking heads and are they speaking about these issues beyond lip service? No. They all speak about Brexit, day in, day out, rinse and repeat.
They don’t care if British children are groomed, they don’t care if your estate happens to have someone that once tortured their own death into incapacity. Its not their children, and the obviously dangerous animal abusers ain’t living on their street.
If you take the systemic leniency and agency afforded to the very worse of people as a whole, then the situation is very very grim. Short sentences, no sentences, fines, tags, community service, suspended sentences, prevention orders, all of these soft options have been tried over and over, and at HUGE cost to you.
Have they worked? Just look around. The question is rhetorical.
Gaining some control of the narrative matters. Not relying on the press or politicians also matters.
People are watchers rather than readers. That’s why films tend to be more popular than books.
Film or documentary is the most direct route to expose people to a message, since all they need do is be curious enough to watch.
When the news tell you about the troubles across the World, they don’t just write down all the bad shit on a piece of paper and hold it up for you to read. They will supplement their news stories with as many visuals and as much film footage as its possible to procure. Visuals are more of an instant shock than words, that’s why the seek out a visual story.
There has never been a British made documentary specifically dedicated to how we intend to slant our documentary if we are able to pullit off.
Even without the services of a PR company to push it forward, in this day and age a well made indie documentary could be exposed to a vast audience, nationally and internationally. These things can be very powerful.
There are then so many real life services you can tap into, its more than possible these days to essentially show your documentary in major cities across the country at selected venues.
Its then really no sweat to get reporters out to be present at the screenings, and all of that feeds right back into the mainstream, to be frank, something like that done well could lead anywhere.
Its possible we could shoot this in July, its quite involved obviously, and unlike the RSPCA we don’t have vast resources (to say the least). Everything we’ve ever done we have had to fight and scrape for. We’ve endured unexpected setbacks and even tragedy, yet here we are, ready and willing to raise the bar.
Britain is a country where people are moved by watching things, we’re a country who still place quite a high value on life, we’re a country who generally still care for dogs, cats etc, and we’re a nation whose people are sick to the back teeth of utter freaks being under exposed and slapped on the wrist.
Put all of that together and give it a unique twist in the form of an independent documentary and what you have is a quite powerful tool.
Britain is quite a small country. It wouldn’t be like parting the sea to make such a production go totally viral here. Trigger people often enough and in ever impressive ways and it will generate its own momentum to the extent that it will become the issue of the day.
That’s the entire objective of wanting to make this, not as some arty farty project to do, but as an unashamed weapon to smash our way forward.
I would go to huge lengths to make sure that every single one of your elected officials got to see this, if that meant my having to bring in external advice in order to do it brilliantly, then bring in that advice is what I would do.
Other than that, I do have some other ideas up my sleeve, but for one reason and another I’ve been more or less disabled from doing much to make them happen. They’ve had to remain ideas until that changes, which I hope can be soon. Very soon, because things are pretty disturbing out there.
I plan to do something in real life to get The Blacklist into the public domain. My thinking is to pick a city where abuse is high, find the busiest spot, then we can hire and park up a screen on wheels that would promote the register over and over, via video. I’d probably call a couple of local reporters and let them know what was what.
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