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sir jay de mellow



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Post Post subject: tim marshall : sky news, perez : newsnight?, bowen : bbc Reply with quote

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tim marshall : sky news, perez : newsnight?, bowen : bbc

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help wanted transcript [and video] :the first interview i saw was16:08 uk time, modified by 17:05...
Posted by focus on July 21, 2006, 5:50 am, in reply to "E-mail to Sky News" [from john c]
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1.tim marshall : sky news - [see previous message from john c included below]
i would like transcript/vid of both of them if possible , including any previous hourly revisions
i think the salient one is the 16:07[ish] one20th/7/6

an interesting report - mentions discussions of human rights watch and [paraphrase] "breaching of all kinds of laws"

2. vid/transcript of perez interview [i think newsnight] [ just before the newt gingrich interview]. essler may have been rubbish? , but perez said some interesting things [ not saying i agrree or disagree with them here]

3. bowens interview where he mentions war crimes - a few days ago

all the best,f

--Previous Message-- from john c
: Email to Sky News:
: During a live link from Beirut, Tim Marshall
: said that Israel would never intend to
: attack civilians, unlike Hizbollah.
: Presumably, if Israel does not intend to
: attack civilians, then 300 civilian dead,
: destruction of apartment blocks, mosques,
: churches, as well as Lebanon's biggest dairy
: farm, and a pharmaceutical plant, is simply
: a mystery to him?

........ continues




4. oops almost forgot : john simpson : bbc
when he says something like:

" you have to remember, there are 30 , 40 maybe 50 people dying everyday in iraq"

was a few weeks ago now and was to do with [i think] allegations framed as a "massacre of innocent iraqis" by usa forces.

5. mp3 etc of george galloway on talk radio 2 weeks ago saturday and sunday night in relation to palestine

all the best, sir jay
Fri Jul 21, 2006 5:59 am
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Post Post subject: shimon peres newsnight interview Reply with quote

re #22

[part 2.] : shimon peres interview newsnight

see : [ for some home made transcript production]

http://www.medialens.org/forum/viewtopic.php?p=6479&highlight=#6479


all the best, sir jay
Mon Jul 24, 2006 6:36 pm
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Post Post subject: funding infrastructure and army in lebanon Reply with quote

#23

money-move-a-money-move

request for articles examining the money movements in rebuilding lebanons infrastructure [ eventually]

also supplying armed forces

secondly an retrospective analysis of diplomatic position pre during and post conflict in the light of such financial influence/ contracts.

perhaps looking at how the diff media outlets treat the issue

all the best, sir jay
Mon Jul 24, 2006 6:40 pm
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Post Post subject: hard to find talk Reply with quote

#24 : hard[to find]talk

request for transcript or video

Sami Khiyam syrian ambassador to london [uk] was interviewed on bbc "hardtalk" -[not usual presenter]

approx 25th of july 2006

i have searched the hardtalk website and cant find it [ i dont think it is there]

if anyone can locate it or put it up somewhere it would be of great value as it is an interesting interview.

all the best, sir jay
Fri Jul 28, 2006 2:59 pm
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re # 24 : hard [to find] talk

originally referred to here:

http://www.medialens.org/forum/viewtopic.php?p=6550&highlight=#6550


this interview is presently up on the hard talk site here :

http://www.bbc.co.uk/newsa/n5ctrl/progs/06/hardtalk/khiyami27jul.ram

worth a look.

sometimes mainstream reference points yield interesting responses

all the best, sir jay
Thu Aug 03, 2006 3:39 am
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Post Post subject: access to adressed health data Reply with quote

#25 access to [ adressed] health data

am looking for some refs/ articles on the structure of the the "new health service records" computer system.

i am looking for estimations of numbers of persons having [projected] access to such a system [official access]

i am looking for info on whether access[ see above] will be limited to intra health authority, intra region or intra national

i am looking for details of what kind of information [ non health info - name adress etc in non encrypted or non substituted form (e.g. name =>number)]

i am looking for information regarding non health service access [ eg police, council....etc ie other govt/state projections]

i am looking for info on tiered access for example:
a baseline access level for intra health authority
a more selective access for intra region data search
an even more selctive access for intra national database query subject to need
and if there will be a built in recording device of queries to regional or national enquiry

am looking at separation of fields such as differential access for docs, consults, phlebots, it dept etc

dont worry im not looking to commit datatheft or anything - just wondering how secure it is in terms of an organised body - whether a legit body operating in a dubious way or a illegit body, lookig to abuse it.

also lookimg for info relating how it will interface with pan european availability of healthcare.

obviously any lessons learned from non uk systems would also be useful

that kind of thing.

all the best,sir jay
Sun Aug 27, 2006 6:43 pm
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Post Post subject: computer weekly article Reply with quote

re #25 [above] computer weekly article

it involves a bit of they said he said when what they said why when who
but ;

theres some interesting quotes about consent, in relation to data storage,
costing of failsafes, [a keystone of modern networking in state/priv circumstances], and the problems of enforcing understanding of confidentiality in work environments [hmmm staff contracts, hmmmm whistleblowing], and the old one about getting a burglar alarm and the cleaner [oooh ouch! blame them! (daily mail type joke) ], or doctor leaving the window open.

joking aside the article [no doubt with links] is here:

Quote:


[edited for context 31st]

www. well it was here but it was better somewhere else:

health INDUSTRY articles
http://www.medialens.org/forum/viewtopic.php?p=6956&highlight=#6956


all the best, sir jay
Tue Aug 29, 2006 12:36 am
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Post Post subject: war poetry [and song] refs wanted: Reply with quote

#26. war poetry [and song] refs wanted:



1. from george galloway radio prog [talk sport], around the time of jack straw's inception of the "veil debate"

a person rang up the radio show and read one of his own poems called approximately : "but we cant see their faces"

2. website dealing with german world war 1 trench poetry - eg english brooke owen sassoon etc -esp english translations

3. website dealing with war and experience of war - poetry [and song] from all historical conflicts - both or all sides whether soldier of civillian - eg vietnam, s. america etc [official or unnoficial war] - esp english translations

4. english translations of iraqui peoples poetry [and song] from gw1, sanctions era and pre and post? gw2.

i appreciate song can be problematic sometimes in present relevent time circumstances as active propaganda - so poetry if not.

also appreciate that an internationalist approach to issues to cultural idioms sometimes irritates the pants of nationalists. - ah well

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5. ok while im at it might as well extend to economic woes, famine, poverty, ecological destruction etc

all the best, sir jay

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edit 14/01/07 : - - >

poetry forum thread [text] see:
http://www.medialens.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=1240&highlight=

anti war song poem [audio] see:
http://www.medialens.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=2197&highlight=


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Media (US, UK, Arab) failing as an independent 'fourth estate' in dealing with the 2003 US invasion of Iraq

1. How and why did the media of these nations fail to act as such?

2. What caused the restrictions, control etc. so that this happened?

Some infro. soures on those would be appreciated.
Fri Nov 24, 2006 11:30 am
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Post Post subject: social/legal/organisational/support Reply with quote

#28 social/legal/organisational/support


1. looking for any organisations [refs pls] where unemployed can interact to share, support and learn from their experiences - "the union of unemployed workers" - if you will.

2. looking for any organisations [refs pls] where those under threat of eviction can interact to share, support and learn from their experiences - the "union of enforced homeless potential workers" - if you will.

why ? [unemployed]
- cos it interests me in what recourse, certain sectors of society and persons finding themselves in such situations, have.

- im not sure here, but the relationship between a person and a typical trade union, may be tricky with regard to long term, and especially perenially unemployed. [maybe someone with some knowledge of this can advise as to the situation]. if indeed the state "ub40" is their effective employer - certain things to do for a certain recompense [ouch] then perhaps a collective security.. for surety.... for representation.....

- perhaps it could be rolled out or modelled for other benefits? issues, such as incapacity etc.

why? [eviction]
- because perhaps an person/family evicted due to rent arrears has been processed as untermensch to a degree.......

- i am interested also in human rights law on this issue

- lastly i appreciate that there are citizens advice bureaux, which could have a roll [obviously they do already] to play but i am talking essentially about non-nodal support - ie people.

a serious example of modern britain, in relation to eviction, is here:
http://www.medialens.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=2185

2b. a bit farfetched?
-concerning the example above, perhaps, with posited network resource, in place, small moneys could have been contributed and summed, enabling the rent arrears to be payed off, and preventing further expense both financial, physical, mediacal[accidental new word {tm}] and emotional further down the money/event/human line.
"better an upstream diver than half-a-carpet down"

ah... so an self organised eviction insurance then?
bwoy you could bargain down prices at bupa with that kind a clout! [joke]

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legal

3. contributable internet resource dealing with cases appealing against "wrongfull imprisonment" or "miscarriage of justice" especially in the uk. [ie country and thus law specific]

why?
- not withstanding the work of legal teams and pressure groups and often central characters of particular cases ... the media then seems to throw "big" cases into the discourse now and again whether it be guantanamo, guidford four, shakin babies, cot death, viraj mendis, etc.
these seem to have issues associated with them that have a certain purchase with/ receptive audience
- i am interested in these obviously but not at the expense of other potential cases that recieve little exposure - which means media can ignore or say what they like in terms of bias.
- secondly again as support.
- i understand that there will perhaps be some television coverage of magistrates court sittings in the near future - and this posited resource may help illustrate some of the complexities of cases and also illuminate any "misdemeanour- issue" skew/selection of cases that are brought to television.

4. where can one get hold of court transcripts?

bit waffly, sorry, all the best, sir jay
Fri Dec 29, 2006 4:17 am
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Post Post subject: placard image resources Reply with quote

#29 placard poster leaflet resources

looking for websites where i can click and save/contribute placard, leaflet, poster images for the purposes of publicity. - and run off some copies.

eg: for the anti war march 24th feb 2006

dont know if this sort of approach [ sort of organised open source]is already done

would appreciate some info/ refs

all the best, sir jay

ps: any good ideas can be linked to/ posted here:

"wot no t-shirt : image links : tshirt ideas please"
http://www.medialens.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=1296

or here
"open commission: books scripts screenplays etc to be written"
http://www.medialens.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=2193
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Post Post subject: be ware of organisations bearing identifiers Reply with quote

re #28 eviction and unemployed "unions?"

i'm not really interested in organisations separated and aiming at/ sequestering subgroups, some putative ones might be:


the black......
the white.....
the moslem....
the christian....
the chinese-british
...............of black people
...............of white people
................of moslems
................of christians
..............of chinese-british
etc

and neither

the working class........
the middle class......
the socialist.......
the libertarian......
the english liberal........
etc

what im interested in is the situation

also am not really interested in orgs with "polebrities"[newrd][tm]- ha ha!
running/directing/shoehorning things such as that refered to here:

http://politics.guardian.co.uk/constitution/story/0,,1980717,00.html

for obvious recursive reasons of pre existing power blocs constructing the architecture of future bill of rights.

im interested in people.

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edit : 14/01/07 : - - >

dont get me wrong i'm not here criticising those orgs, but am not interested in them for the purpose of this post/idea.

all the best, sir jay


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Post Post subject: grooming politicians.... well the powerful....sort of Reply with quote

#30 grooming politicians.... well the powerful....ish

as the title suggests, i'm abit vague on exactly who im talking about here- but im looking for discussion / links / refs / comments in relation to the following reasoning:

ok, theres a set of arguments in circulation [rhetoric module ( tm)] that goes something like this:

mr blair was especially vulnerable to the personal/rhetorical/philosophical/propagandoral approach used by the neocons concerning the advancement of the drive for conquest/war in iraq, indeed the war-on-terror.

[for the present purposes let us assume, firstly that the rhetoric is valid as a posibility, secondly that he [mr. blair] was passive, initially, to this process - ie that it was solely researched and enacted/staged/worked on by the aforementioned neocons and the power structures at their disposal, also that the brit establishment was none the wiser to it until the course was set - ie they were not playing into or against it]

bearing in mind posited serious nature of the consequences or potential consequences to this enrapturement with neocon agenda - and since mr blair will not be primeminister sometime in the next few years - some questions:

- do any of the the next potential primeministers have propagandoral suseptibilities / weak points? deception ports? - even if different.

- and if forseeable and identifyable - what may they be?

- is it possible/acceptible to process out/plan for such posited weakpoints in the grooming of primeministers during their ascension/positioning through the ranks?

in the context of both total consequences - persons suffering world etc
and in the context of any oft posited damage to reputation of uk in the eyes of the world ..... hated country arguments, loss of polititical soft power etc

i appreciate the above is framed around the personage of mr. blair, to the top man so to speak, and to the peculiarities of the british politico - cultural system; but the argumentation could be applied/relate to more junior parliamentary /political persons or those in other positions of influence, both in uk and in other countries - as regards potential corruptibility of presented original intention.

how does one ensure and maximise a priministerial/establishment yield, selecting for the characteristic of [eg] integrity - as oppose to potentially corrupted ideological yield Wink ?

please post any useful sites/refs/ comments dealing with this problem

all the best, sir jay

edit 14/01/07 : - ->

i put this as another angle really, i appreciate there are issues to do with re-structureing democ etc which mr. p feinton [and others] are usually very good on, and i realise that some would prefer to concentrate on somethiong that changes these relations to power and accountability, so i put the idea here as a thought experiment if you like in the scenario that such structural changes havent happened or are innefective.

i also realise that neocons etc and blair framed as top man are not totally realistic in the context of nodal representatives supported on much more powerful money/ power interests, but that can be added on as a module
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Post Post subject: housing Reply with quote

re #28


re point 1] the posited "union? of unemployed/ income support"

dhss-ism

Quote:


rent 100 ,no dhss.... etc

no blacks, no jews, no muslims, no gays,[ recent hotel example] no dhss?



dhss - not all are born into this category, though it is arguable whether they can do anything about their categorisation, as regards finding a paid legal job. also in the position of finding a place to stay in an urgent situation it is difficult to find job in context.

does providing privately rented accomodation - house to live in, like the recent examples of a hotel, mean it cant discriminate over a persons dhss status.

dunno , ill leave it there.

all the best, sir jay
Sat Jan 20, 2007 9:42 am
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#31 bug brother - epidemiology

3, four,well five, actually six things of a kind, requests for info/ study/ ref

1. information spread /breakdown of the 40,000 [ general media quote] complaints about conflict in the big brother house -alledged racial bullying. both in terms of complainants, and in terms of complaint structure arguments.

2. information spread /breakdown of the 82% v 18% of entries/votes in the subsequent eviction of miss jade goody - including total number

3. information spread/ breakdown of approx viewing figures over the course of the conflict, up to including and post eviction.... up to 9million.

in all three, an estimation of age group, sex, racial subgroup affilliation, approximate soc ec self percieved status, official ascription of soc ec status [ whatever that means], estimation of degree of multiculturalism of place of living. - not sure if multiculturalism is the orrect word but you get the drift

4a] temporal spread of complaints etc, spikes, gradients etc .
4b]temporal media coverage analysis beeb, sky, various uk fora, comment etc [ eg cif had about 6 or 7 articles according to my cursory search ]
4d] as above ,4b, in india
4d]deployment of politicians in relation to complaint numbers as a reference point in level of concern? reacting to public? personal issue preference? threat to society?

5] a link to video footage on internet of conflict , and a schema linking its distribution over the days of the conflict. - to see if and how the highlights were constructed to maximise "scruple-ism" [tm]

as a precursor to studying the reaction phenomena properly

any use any observable programming overlay could have for raising and promoting other political issues - "good ones" even up to "war ones"

6] use of event and event reaction to justify media control or control of programming

all the best, sir jay
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Post Post subject: Re: oh no! : another database Reply with quote

sir jay de mellow wrote:
#9


would like to find [ref/ links] or if not available suggest forming:

a database of ALL of karl marx's writings : a concordance? if you will

searchable and resolvable [singly and multiply{ee not i/y}]: for example

by date[perhaps down to month]

by keyword eg : capitalism, or specific marxian language construct/identifyer

by links to other writers of the time, previously, future - of relevence to particular subject matter - and perhaps ancient "roots" of argument subject/problem being adressed.- also critiques.

----------------

obviously language and accurate translation/idiosyncracy is of importance, and issues pertaining to separation between actual writing and others interpretation are also important.

these attempts have been done in relation to religious texts etc with"layering" of translations[diff] and in relation to new sources e.g. wrt dead sea scrolls , nag hammadi in the judeo-christo-islamo frame of reference.

other chroniclers, writers, thinkers, philosophers,scientists could be granted a similar treatment - a chomsky one , for example, in the modern context may be of enormous value. though issues of copywrite come into play

i realise the software for such things is readily available

the main problem may be data input and upkeep/custodianship.

as i say it may already have been done if so a ref would be adequate

also - for the business peeps out there- would it be possible in terms of contract to release as a set of cd roms??

all the best,sir jay


re #9 The anti- imperialeft -library


CDROMS LOL sounds proper archaic.

anywise got the old communist manifesto, which is a start, though not a concordance, and some us-constitution, federalist-papers on smartphone free apps. so for mundane train journeys etc can peruse things ive always heard referred to but ne'er read. [ the adam smith one, last time i looked, wasnt free [irony alert].] <--- that needs sorting.

so i guess it might be possible: chomsky, etc.

anyway with life what it is periods of reading-able time are few and far between so i, and i reckon im not alone here, have to skim a bit when online.

what would be good value is a medialens-alert app, a guardians of power app, etc that i can download to my phone and really settle in the the mundane journeys.

all the best sir jay
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Post Post subject: Re: social/legal/organisational/support Reply with quote

sir jay de mellow wrote:
#28 social/legal/organisational/support

http://www.medialens.org/forum/viewtopic.php?p=7890#7890

1. looking for any organisations [refs pls] where unemployed can interact to share, support and learn from their experiences - "the union of unemployed workers" - if you will.

2. looking for any organisations [refs pls] where those under threat of eviction can interact to share, support and learn from their experiences - the "union of enforced homeless potential workers" - if you will.

why ? [unemployed]
- cos it interests me in what recourse, certain sectors of society and persons finding themselves in such situations, have.

- im not sure here, but the relationship between a person and a typical trade union, may be tricky with regard to long term, and especially perenially unemployed. [maybe someone with some knowledge of this can advise as to the situation]. if indeed the state "ub40" is their effective employer - certain things to do for a certain recompense [ouch] then perhaps a collective security.. for surety.... for representation.....

- perhaps it could be rolled out or modelled for other benefits? issues, such as incapacity etc.




in relation to housing:

forgive me if i'm knucle draggingly stupid.

sorry, forgive me if im being knuckle draggingly stupid here but there is a serious issue with private rented housing provision, which to me seems to go entirely against the accepted meme of fair democracy one man one vote etc and it is this.

as mentioned here:

http://www.medialens.org/forum/viewtopic.php?p=8064#8064

if you look in any town, at virtually any estate agent, many will index rental properties as no dss, no children. etc.

concerning the dss blacklist: is there not some or many laws that this prejudice transgresses. is a seller, of rented accomodation , ie owner or agent allowed to preclude people from purchasing its product in the marketplace. furthermore, are the sellers/agents saying that the queens english housing allowance is a different currency from the queens own ******* insert occupation here ******** currency .

i'm thinking of:

law judgements against hotels for refusing homosexual couples etc from purchasing and partaking of the product service offered by the hotel

im thinking of:

a licence to trade versus a licence to discriminate.

im thinking of:

human rights in regard of discriminating against the willing and acceptible level of currency offered for cash and services - that is discriminating against legal currency.

etc.

2.

on the occasions that persons in reciept of council guaranteed money are not explicitly denied an affordable consumer transaction, they are required to fill out guarantor forms - even if the level of rent is within the lha allowance.


i went round a four or five estate agents posing as an affable and reasonably literate human being [ thats not the punchline by the way ] who'd fallen on hard times and gathered some guarantor forms from said agencies:


unbelievable : the depth of personal, private and financial data wanted from/about the guarantor has to be seen to believed: income pension, mortgage details etc. one quoted the guarantor must have an income 30x the monthly rental value and that 6months rent must be paid in advance.
guarantors own house if owned could of course be held against.

funny that one argument ive heard recently from a some sections of the duncan smuts pinkyring fancier lobbys promoting the snakeoil of remedial benefits cuts and extra flamegrilling loops for the unemployed, was that they often been unemployed for generations .... erm how so a familial guarantor.

just wondered if anyone had any useful info on this to help me get my head around what appears to be unusually ropey legal territory. smells like social aparteid to me.


dunno, sir jay untermensch
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Post Post subject: housing :mortgage reposession debt contract Reply with quote

#32 housing :mortgage reposession debt contract

[originally posted in relation to hurricane katrina new orleans]

here: http://www.medialens.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=1036&start=0&postdays=0&postorder=asc&highlight=&sid=aab6f2392e511af720dfbdcbbb9e7b05

Quote:

i appreciate that the following is only focusing on a small part of whats gone on. also realise its a bit vague, but as its questions and not pronouncements ,hope no ones offended

would like to know.

for those who lost homes, and particularly those who are paying mortgage and have just entered into it. does their insurance , if theyve got any, only insure the bit that theyve paid for. and does the banks insurance cover the bit that they still own.

if the house is not there anymore is the mortgage contract void, as it is not the same object( ok in this instance not really an object at all)

if the house is severely damaged... same question for the same reason, bearing in mind the bank is still in effect selling the amount of the house not yet payed for, to the occupants

the issue that i suppose i am asking about relates to the fact that banks can reposess asset when contract is breached for non payment, they dont reposess just the bit that has not been payed for

would also be interested in finding out what happens to such contracts in a war zone/ scenario

can anyone let me know any resources or articles about this please


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all the best, sir jay de untermensch
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