Regular readers will recall that in March, Neelu Berry’s house was repossessed by court order. The order stated:
On the 23 February 2017, District Judge Lewis sitting at the County Court at Romford…
Upon hearing the Solicitor’s Agent for the Claimant and Defendant not attending
and the court orders that
1. The defendant give the claimant the possession of 3 Peel Drive, Clayhill, Ilford, IG5 0JR on or before 23 March 2017.
2. Money claim adjourned generally with liberty to restore.
Although we are told that in general, the bailiffs turn up between three and ten weeks after such an order has been issued, nothing seemed to happen in Neelu’s case. It’s only since her car was repossessed for (as it turns out) non-payment of a £513 fine for an illegal right turn, that Neelu has said anything at all about her house being repossessed.
On Saturday’s “Freedom Talk Radio” broadcast with Andy Peacher, Neelu allowed as how the date for repossession is expected to be 9 August. As usual, she buried the interesting bits in one of her classic rants:
Neelu: Hi Andy, I’m still here despite the attempt on my life yesterday. I can only assume that it’s linked to my mother’s death on the 25th of July because the bailiff…well, she calls herself the enforcement officer, by the name of Shirley C., she told me that the only communication she had had in this matter was a phone call I had made to her in May. Though she admitted that no communications had come to me regarding the visit yesterday.
As soon as they arrived they put on the clamp. Er, there were two cars parked outside. The amount is £513, and the document she gave me was not a warrant, it was just a photograph, a snapshot from a very distant camera, and the car is purported to have done a right turn when it shouldn’t have, in November last year. And then they turned up with an ambulance, police, and there were helicopters as well. So basically, I’ve got it all recorded in this audio that we’re going to hear, that she’s denied calling the police and saying that I was going to harm myself in the house so that she’s denying that she’s the cause of Section 17 of PACE, right, to break my door, basically to section me, and the ambulance was called by the police, she says she didn’t call the ambulance, so why would the police want to lie about me harming myself?
And then the other, the co-enforcement officer, she told me that it was the London Borough of Redbridge that had told them to go to my home and clamp the car and do what they were doing, that the authority came from my local council, which is what caused my mother’s premature death on the 25th of July this year, and which caused my niece’s death in 2000, from the drug overdoses, so I was able to extract a lot of information from them and that gave me a very clear picture of the intention that Redbridge Council had, possibly to do with these shows that we’re doing, Andy.
It gives me a handle to grip, to get onto, to basically alert the public as to the crimes being committed by the state and to basically say that we cannot follow their complaint procedures any more because the corporate structure is now history, it doesn’t have a future, it’s self-destructed, you know with the counterfeit currency, the inflation, the debt, so all you have are the corporate policies, and the people who are paid to enforce those policies for profit, not for honour of the people. So the dishonour to the oath to God, again we’re back to the oath, and back to gold because they took our blood, sweat, and tear money and mixed it with counterfeit currency, and they didn’t need to because they just could have printed more of the counterfeit currency if they really…well, they’ve never been short of money.
All this budgeting fraud, all the public services that they’ve been crying in the papers about oh, they’re running short of money whilst they’ve been spending our blood, sweat, and tear money to save these banks that never needed our money, so grinding us down to a halt, and we want the gold mandate, now it’s two years we deserve our prosperity payments that they’ve denied us, they’ve dishonoured us…so we can only go up from this point, we’re at the lowest point, that video of mine proves that they can go into anybody’s home and basically do anything to them, and it’s all fraud, it’s multi-agency ambush that they did on me yesterday, and it was a threat to my life, it was attempted corporate manslaughter, I’m not exaggerating when I say that, because of the circumstances, the wider picture, of this history of 17 years. So in a way, if they did try to stop these shows, Andy, then I hope this is going to trigger the gold mandate, the prosperity payments for the world…
Andy: Well I’ll cut you short on that one, I hope they do try because it just means we’ll try harder for it to actually not happen, so if they cut your landline off, if they cut your mobile phone off, it may be that you have to go to a neighbour or friend or telephone kiosk in the middle of the street, but there’s no way in the world they can actually get this show deleted once aired, and even if they try and mess with my [boardman?], I’ve got a way of tethering my mobile phone which is on a different network, to my laptop, so we can connect a different way anyway, so, erm, yeah. And I can’t believe that they…you know, why don’t they leave you alone? They’ve got the date for eviction, which is the…you’ll have to remind me, is it the eighth? Or is it the ninth of August?
Neelu: Ninth of August, but before that, there’s going to be a hearing on the fourth of August in the Romford County Court, which now does not allow the public into the hearings any more, and the counters are closed except for appointments, and they’re between 10 and 2, so we have no public service in that court any more, it’s all private, so if people did want to come that day they would be outside on the grass, and it wouldn’t be very nice if it’s wet. And the security guard prevents anybody coming into the building unless you make the excuse you’re using the toilets or having a cup of tea, I don’t know if they’ll let you in. Yeah, I think it’s at 10 a.m.
But hopefully, we can divert the ninth, and use the ninth anyway for launching the Swissindo, so there may be some other events going on on the ninth anyway. I doubt that it’s going to be an eviction event, it’s probably going to be a gold prosperity event, which is going to go global…er, sorry, in Indonesia on the 17th of August, and Lee [Cant] and I are trying to make it go global. So Lee is on now, I’ll hear from him what he thinks about that, unless you’re going to play the tape. I’ll leave it to you, Andy.
Andy: Yeah, I asked him to be quiet and he couldn’t be quiet, and then I was going to add him later and…anyway, I’ll bring him on now.
This is followed by several minutes of garbled broadcast, as Andy tries to get Lee to turn off his radio, which is apparently causing mad echoes and doubling up on Skype and generally mucking up the broadcast. But never mind, they eventually manage to get it straightened out, Lee turns his radio off, and they carry on.
There’s more FOTL pseudo-legal gibberish, and Andy notes that since 9 August is the day when the bailiffs are meant to turn up at Neelu’s house to enforce the eviction order, they might as well ask people to turn up there to support her. Of course, he says, if the eviction doesn’t go off, the gathered crowd can always do something else as a group.
Such as, er, activate the world gold prosperity event?
We can but hope.