Thursday, 28 May 2009

Part Of The Solution

A guest post today from janetweightreed over at My life as an artist

Not one usually to get involved in politics, recently I have written a couple of posts with a political slant.

In my recent post entitled 'Exposing the Core' I talked about the massive 'shift' we are experiencing in all areas of society, and most certainly in government.

Using the apple as an analogy, it is as if the system has been cut in half, ezposing the core and seeds for all to see. What we have found, is something that many of us have always suspected, - that the core of the apple is rotton, contaminating any new and fresh seeds of thought.

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I heard about the Jury Team a few months ago. On the surface Sir Paul Judge, its founder, might come across as 'pure establishment' someone who would appear to be part of the problem rather than the solution.

However, having known Paul since 1970 I can say that he is one of the most honourable people I know, and beneath his vaneer of wealth and success is a man with a brilliant mind and a desire to bring positive change in many areas of society. Over the years he has not been afraid to put his money where is mouth is, particularly in the area of education.

Today will see the first ever Party Election Broadcast being screened in every region of Britain promoting independent candidates standing under the Jury Team umbrella.

To see Sir Paul Judge and the Jury Team candidates outline their aims and ambitions for the European elections tune into see the Jury Team Party Election Broadcast at the following times today, Thursday 28th May.

BBC One (England, Wales, Scotland - 10.35 p.m.)

BBC Two (England, Wales, Scotland - 11.20 p.m.

ITV 10.30 p.m.

STV Scotland 11.00 p.m.

S4C Wales 11.00 p.m.

Every one of our votes do count....take the time to look at the Jury Team - they are definitely working towards being part of the solution rather than the problem.

For more information about the Jury Team go to and to partipate in discussion and learn about upcoming events go to

A Bientot


  1. Wait a minute, why so late in the evening? I've had to listen to a lot of waffle from the main parties (and more than a few nut jobs who've started a political party that I'd hither to never even heard of) over the last couple of weeks around 6:30 pm over at ITV. Still, I will be watching tonight for something a bit more refreshing than the tripe that has assaulted my senses recently. Have a good broadcast.

    A wellwisher.

  2. Ha! I was at a hustings last night & the Labour lassie & the SNP guy were complaining that the smaller groups had even been invited.


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