The decision to recommend to the Queen that Sir Frederick Goodwin be made to forfeit his knighthood by a committee of marionettes dancing like the puppets they are as their strings were pulled by a group of Quislings masquerading as the government of this supposedly sovereign land is to be expected.
It must be noted that Frederick Goodwin is unique in that he has had his knighthood forfeited whilst not being convicted of a criminal offence.
It must further be noted that in its report upon the disaster that was the Royal Bank of Scotland, Sir Frederick was not singled out for criticism.
The marionettes forming the forfeiture committee is chaired by Sir Bob Kerslake, the head of the civil service. The other members are Dame Helen Ghosh, the permanent secretary at the Home Office, Paul Jenkins, the Treasury solicitor, Sir Peter Housden, the permanent secretary of the Scottish government, and Sir Jeremy Heywood, the cabinet secretary.
The most preposterous aspect of this piece of pathetic vindictiveness is that every Cabinet Minister and Shadow Cabinet Minister who have seen to it that Sir Frederick Goodwin is relieved of his knighthood is guilty of TREASON (causing the Queen to be in breach of her Coronation Oath to govern us according to OUR laws and customs) and PERJURY (breach of their Privy Council Oath) and that every MP who is not a Privy Council is also guilt of PERJURY (a breach of their Oath of Allegiance).
Our comment to Sir Frederick Goodwin: Since the country is run by traitors what do you expect? Natural Justice?
We list below some of the forfeitures that have taken place in relation to the Order of the British Empire – and the reasons for the forfeiture.
1980: Albert Royle Henry (appointed 1974), following his conviction for electoral fraud.
1940: Vidkun Abraham Lauritz Jonssøn Quisling (appointed 1929), following his collaboration with Nazi Germany in the occupation of Norway.
1990: Edmund Alexander Rouse (appointed 1987) following his conviction for bribery.
1991: Jack Lyons (appointed 1967) following his conviction for fraud.
2000: John Kevin Ashcroft (appointed 1989) following his conviction for breach of fiduciary duties.
2001: Frederick Emery-Wallis (appointed 1999), following his conviction for sexual abuse.
2005: (William) James “Jim” Speechley (appointed 1992) following his conviction for misconduct in a public office.
1921: Cecil Malone (appointed 1919), following his conviction under the Defence of the Realm (Acquisition of Land) Act 1920
1949: Man Wai Wong (appointed 1947), following his conviction for outlawry in Malaya.
1965: Kim Philby (appointed 1946), following his conviction for being a double agent.
1988: Lester Piggott (appointed 1975), following his conviction for tax fraud.
1997: Richard Stuart Lines (appointed 1990) following his conviction for fraud.
2001: Philippe Le Roux (appointed 1990), following his conviction under the Financial Services Act 1986.
2001: Robin David Peverett (appointed 1995) following his conviction for child abuse.
2001: John Roylance (appointed 1994), following his conviction by the General Medical Council for serious professional misconduct.
2005: Edward “Eddie” Aldridge (appointed 1996) following his conviction for fraud.
2006: Dennis Edward Grant (appointed 1984), following his conviction for sexual abuse.
1975: William Spens, 2nd Baron Spens (appointed 1954), following his conviction for theft.
1987: Peter John Darrington (appointed 1984), following his sentencing by Court Martial.
1997: Stanley Lewis Brown (appointed 1982), following his conviction for sexual abuse.
2000: Brian Lawrence Trood (appointed 1991), following his conviction for sexual assault.
2002: Philip Douglas Taylor (appointed 2000), following his conviction for sexual assault.
2004: Cyril Littlewood (appointed 1971), following his conviction for sexual abuse (MVO also revoked).
2006: Trevor Richardson (appointed 1998), following his conviction for child abuse.
2006: Gordon Crearer Fulton Scott (appointed 1998), following his conviction for possession of child pornography.
2006: Jamnadas Virji Sudra (appointed 1996), following his conviction for sexual assault.
2006: Michael Eke (appointed 2003), following his conviction for theft and deception.
2006: Naseem Hamed (appointed 1999), following his conviction for dangerous driving.
2008: Nicholas Charles McKeown (appointed 1997), following his conviction for possession of child pornography.
2009: Hooman Ghalamkari (appointed 11 June 2005), following conviction on charges of false accounting and theft of prescriptions relating to the pharmacy he ran.
British Empire Medal
2000: Ernest Robert Donald (awarded 1985), following his conviction for sexual abuse.
2001: Jim Rendall (awarded 1990) following his conviction for fraud.