Cowley club appeal

If you’ve ever visited the Cowley Club in Brighton it’s a great community resource and worth defending. It’s struggling financially due to the council imposing punitive business rates.

These places are a threat to those who seek the total commercialisation of our town centres and are coming under pressure everywhere. We’ll miss them when they’re gone. Please consider supporting this appeal:

If enough people set up a small standing order each month from their bank account we could thwart the bureaucrats and developers by keeping our radical social centre alive. A tiny amount you won’t miss, even one pound a month per person would be a massive help!

Name: The Cowley Club Ltd
Account no: 60362080
Sort Code: 09-01-55

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TIME TO STOP THE GHOSH

If you vote Tory you’re an animal-fucker

-Ed

Dame Helen Ghosh earns 185,000 pounds a year as head of the National Trust charity which is providing one of the biggest cover ups for illegal hunting this country has ever seen

Campaigners have spent six years in total trying to find out what hunts she gives a trail hunting licence to,  Now campaigners have got increasingly frustrated and have started to storm her lectures shouting BAN THE HUNT all the way through and they are making plans to ensure that the National Trust AGM meeting does not go ahead without strong protest and demonstrations.

Six years have been spent asking the same question “what hunts to do you give a licence to” and not once has a straight answer ever been received.

William Shawcross ,  head of the charity commission claims that the commission  have no legislation to act that exists for a charity that exploits loopholes in the law so effectively and the charity is not subject
to the freedom of information act.

The National Trust claim that the fifty hunts they give a licence to are following an artificial scent

Most of the hunts that The National Trust gives a licence  have been prosecuted for breaking the law, including the very notorious Heythrop Hunt. Repeatedly these hunts are found to be breaking the hunting act but yet are reinstated by the charity

http://www.huntingact.org/news/national-trust-bans-fox-hunt/
http://www.bournemouthecho.co.uk/news/14021300._Out_of_control__hunt_did__extensive_damage__to_3_000_year_old_hill_fort__says_National_Trust/
http://www.somersetlive.co.uk/national-trust-banned-fox-hunt-exmoor-estate/story-28723081-detail/story.html

http://www.plymouthherald.co.uk/national-trust-faces-backlash-for-allowing-hunt-on-its-land-after-attack-on-beach/story-30066896-detail/story.htp

The National Trust is receiving hundreds of emails a week from people making enquiries. It has had a meeting with the League of Cruel Sports and still the public do not know the answer to the question “what hunts do you give a licence to”

https://www.league.org.uk/news/hunting-on-national-trust-land-league-statement

Currently everyone is being given this same standard response

“We believe the majority of our trial hunt licences and approved trail hunting dates have ended for this season. We will be reviewing how licences will be issued for the coming year.

We have received a number of communications making enquiries about licensed trail hunts over the past year. The National Trust’s position and information regarding trail hunting is available at https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/features/our-position-on-field-sports and is being updated with information following the end of this year’s trail hunting dates – this will be available shortly.”

Petitions to sign are

https://www.change.org/p/rachael-pavey-national-trust-stop-giving-minehead-harriers-a-licence-to-kill

http://www.thepetitionsite.com/en-gb/887/114/403/revoke-land-use-licences-to-fox-hunts/

https://you.38degrees.org.uk/petitions/no-moor-management-for-grouse-shooting-on-two-national-trust-estates-in-derbyshire

Kate Bradley

More info on Ledbury hunt’s thug Ross Loader.

Report on Loader’s assault of a hunt sab by Innocent Badger

Report from Bristol Hunt Saboteurs: LEDBURY HUNT STOPPED FROM HUNTING SO TURN TO VIOLENCE

If you’re a peaceful animal lover you’ll want to steer clear of this nasty little shit so here’s a handy spotter card to help you do so.

A marked man, Ross Loader of Malvern.

A marked man, Ross Loader of Malvern.

You might also want to give his business Broadleaf Tree Care at The Barn California Lane, Welland, Malvern, Worcestershire, WR13 6NQ a wide berth.

Email: broadleaftreecare@hotmail.co.uk Tel: 07971 200 960 or 01684 311 420 facebook

Some web directories still give Loader’s old address 34 Wyche Road Malvern, Worcestershire, WR14 4EG. However he sold this address on 20th April 2016, it fetched the princely sum of £200,000, so he was able to buy this nice new truck in July.

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ISUZU TRUCKS GRAFTER N35.120 2016 Reg DF16 ZWY

When we identify his other vehicle/s we’ll put them up here so you can avoid them too – contact us in confidence.

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You might want to get rid of the coat, Ross

Loader is employed as a ‘terrierman’ by the Ledbury hunt, to dig out and drive foxes from cover, a practice that has been illegal for over a decade. The last frame above shows him legging it when told to “fuck off now” by one of his mounted masters.

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Anyone recognise the other prick?

What is the role of terriermen in ‘trail hunting’?

Terriermen arrive, loader bottom right.

Terriermen arrive, loader bottom right, prick two top right; all three were wearing identical jackets.

Loader has a long association with Little Malvern & Welland Parish Council.

Minutes of the Parish Council Meeting held on Monday 20th May 2013 record: “The Clerk was also to contact Ross Loader to add more wood chippings to the base of the climbing frame and to trim the lower branches of the silver birches by the war memorial.” On Monday 19th August 2013: “The Clerk was to contact Ross Loader for advice on how to remove the two willows near the war memorial.” As of 21st October 2013 “The Clerk was [still] waiting to hear from Mr Ross Loader about the removal of the willows outside the village hall, but £150 was allocated to the project.” The Minutes however record that Broadleaf Tree Care was paid £600.00 for Grass Cutting.

As recently as 2015 the council paid Loader £345 for grass cutting. If you object to public money funding mr Loader’s animal abuse fetish you can contact the Parish Clerk David Sharp, 20 Farley Road Malvern Worcestershire WR14 1NF. Tel & Fax 01684 573213

Email info@wellandparishcouncil.org.uk or use their contact form to demand they sever their association with this wanker. Remind them there are plenty of other tree surgeons in Malvern

Another of Loader’s customers is Gloucester Rugby Club. In August 2015 he was employed to pollard some lime trees at their Kingsholm stadium.

Contact Mr Shaun Roberts, Operation Manager, Gloucester Rugby ltd, Kingsholm stadium, GL1 3AX. Tel: 0871 871 8781 shaunroberts@gloucesterrugby.co.uk Twitter: @sir1969 @gloucesterrugby

If you hear of anybody using this company please prevail upon them to take their business elsewhere.

Another cunt on a hunt: Ross Loader.

Source: Innocent Badger

Malvern tree surgeon admits to brutal attack on sab and brands him a “coward”.

Ross Loader

Ross Loader, of Broadleaf Tree Care who offer 24 hr Emergency Call Out: 07971 200 960 or 01684 311 420

Many people were horrified last week after watching a brutal assault of a saboteur, by a terrierman from the ledbury hunt. Calls were put out to find out if anyone knew who this man was and the attack gained a large amount of mainstream media attention.

Tracking him down didn’t prove to be very difficult, one of the riders of the Ledbury tipped us off within 48 hours as to his name, we rang him today pretending to be a freelance journalist and asking for his side of the story, when asked why he attacked the saboteur he simply said “he’s a coward and got what was coming to him”.

He went on to say that saboteurs are “all vicious thugs”, he also asked us not to put his name in the paper.

He runs a tree surgery company, the details of which you can find and review here:

You can watch the video here.

Donate to innocent badger

Cunt on a hunt.

David Davies M.P.

When he’s not slagging off refugee children, David Davies MP for Monmouthshire is out massacring the wildlife with his toff friends.

Back in the news: Neil Patterson, the god-bothering hunt.

As reported by our contributor Kate Bradley, hunting god-botherer Neil Patterson has been splashed all over the tabloids this weekend – no we’re not giving you links to the right-wing press, here’s another picture of the cunt on a hunt – wonder what he’s eating?

Rev. Neil Patterson, "bashing the fox"

Rev. Neil Patterson, ‘bashing the fox’

Neil Patterson is a member of the General Synod of the Church of England, director of vocations and ordinance for the diocese and a former rectum of St Lawrence’s Parish Church in Weston-under-Penyard, Herefordshire.

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The campaigners’ attempts to embarrass the church into sacking Patterson have so far proved fruitless. Annie Holden, director of communications at the Hereford diocese, said: “He has not done anything illegal or anything wrong. He is entitled to go hunting – it is legal.”

Patterson’s hunt, the South Herefordshire, has been filmed throwing live fox cubs into their hound kennels then sticking the dead bodies in the bin – which isn’t legal.

The god-botherers are not bothered, after all they can justify warfare, prisons and pretty much anything else the bourgeois state does. As the archdeacon Paddy Benson pointed out, their main business is property management.

You can sign Kate’s petition here.

Hunt Saboteur’s Association

 

Neil Patterson, the fox hunting vicar.

By Kate Bradley.

Reverend Neil Patterson

Reverend Neil Patterson.

The Church of England is under the controversial spotlight of a Dorset anti-hunt campaigner. A petition has been started that demands that the Reverend, who holds a position of ecclesiastical training within the Hereford Diocese should either resign or be dismissed. He has been filmed by Three Counties Hunt Saboteurs, hosting fox hunting meets at his church. It is common knowledge that the Church of England listens to not many people, if they didn’t hear the voice of sex abuse victims over the years then its not likely the church are going to start to show empathy with foxes. And we all know that the head of the church is the Queen of England who has been filmed by animal rights campaigners hitting pheasants with her walking stick after she hasn’t shot them properly. So let’s be clear here that a single petition is not going to make a dent into the minds of those that run the Church of England. However, hunt Campaigners such as the Three Counties hunt saboteur group remain determined to follow and film this Reverend every time he hunts wearing a bowler hat and the church’s dog collar. Campaigners view this as being an act of obscene hypocrisy and feel that highlights once again, the corrupt flaws that lie within the church system. One of those major flaws (apart from being involved with animal cruelty) is the Church’s failure to properly address and log complaints.

Paddy Benson

Archdeacon Paddy Benson

Since the Church of England vicar was spotted hunting with the South Hereford hunt this has provoked a huge deluge of written complaints all of which have been casually swept aside by the Archdeacon of Hereford Paddy Benson. It is an astonishing neglectful attitude considering that the master of the South Hereford Hunt has been filmed throwing live fox cubs to his hounds at the kennels. This footage is one of the most disturbing, upsetting and unbelievably cruel acts ever to have come to light and joins the catalogue of atrocities committed by various fox hunting groups over the years. Since this incident was reported to the police two of the hunt members have been arrested and released on bail and the kennels were shut down by Police.

The petition that demands the sacking of Reverend Neil Patterson was handed to Archdeacon Paddy Benson whose response was:

“You ask that Church of England land will not be used for fox hunting meets again. It is not possible to give such as assurance, not least because there is no single land-owning body called ‘The Church of England’. The Church Commissioners own a lot of land; the various dioceses including the Diocese of Hereford own some land. Individual churchyards belong to the vicar in his or her corporate capacity. Each has to make its own decision.

The Church of England is committed to animal welfare, and to protection of the environment: these are among our mission objectives. However I do not need to tell you that within the church – as in the population at large – there are different views on how this relates to fox-hunting”

Campaigners are confused as to how the church claims to be committed to animal welfare whilst one of its vicars is often out riding with this hunt wearing the uniform of the church.

Archdeacon Benson also stated that fox hunting is necessary to protect livestock and sometimes “human babies”. Quite how throwing live and innocent fox cubs to a pack of hounds protects livestock and “human babies” is unclear. The throwing of the fox cubs to hounds actually trains the hounds to be extremely savage towards foxes that then provides a bloodlusting entertainment – similar to how bulls are trained to attack people in a bullfighting ring.

There is no sympathy, respect or sadness shown to these young and innocent fox cubs and clearly the Archdeacon Paddy Benson and his Reverend Neil Patterson regards it as a harmless activity and views the campaigners petition as something coming “from an extreme far left view”.

The Rev Neil Patterson does not deny he is a supporter of fox hunting and he has also hosted the Cotswold Vale Farmers Hunt and hosted a lawn meet for both packs at Weston Under Penyard church, despite the fact that these hunts are routinely shown to break the law this vicar has been given the permission of his Archdeacon to continue his blood sport hobby.

Kate Bradley

Dorset Anti-hunt campaigner – giving a voice and remembrance to the cubs savaged by South Hereford Hunt.

https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2016/jun/23/fox-hunting-group-investigation-claims-animal-cruelty-south-herefordshire

https://www.change.org/p/the-diocese-for-the-church-to-sack-reverend-neil-patterson

Three Counties Hunt Saboteurs have asked us to point out that they receive no funding from the League Against Cruel Sports.