Is this still a society?

Take someone for a ride

Idiom informal

To deceive or cheat someone

I think we’ve been taken for a ride.

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Individuals without a conscience

Post Office accused of cover-up

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Paula Vennells blamed ‘temptation’ of money in tills not IT system, Post Office inquiry hears

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Former Post Office chief executive Paula Vennells suggested “temptation” for subpostmasters to borrow money from tills was a problem, not the faulty Horizon IT system, the inquiry into the scandal has heard.

Post Office Inquiry: Lord Arbuthnot compares Government control of firm to ‘owning a dangerous dog’

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10 Apr 2024

Former Post Office chief executive Paula Vennells suggested
“temptation” for subpostmasters to borrow money from tills was a problem, not the faulty Horizon IT system, the inquiry into the scandal has heard.

It was Lord Arbuthnot’s turn to give evidence, expressing his frustration at successive governments’ attempts to play down the issue whenever he raised it.

‘Cash lying around’ might have led sub-postmasters ‘into temptation’, ex-Post Office bosses argue

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10 apr 2024

Senior executives at the Post Office suggested that “lots and lots of cash lying around in unexpected places” might have meant sub-postmasters were led “into temptation”, rather than accept IT failings, an official inquiry has heard.

The hearing into faulty Horizon IT software at the Post Office, and the associated prosecution of hundreds of sub-postmasters for theft and false accounting, heard evidence from former North East Hampshire MP Lord Arbuthnot.

De Inzichten van Christine Mussche: “De meeste slachtoffers hebben nood aan erkenning”

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17 nov 2020

De inzichten op één (VRT) is een reeks van diepgaande gesprekken met inspirerende gasten. Het programma werd samen met deMens.nu ontwikkeld als vrijzinnig humanistisch alternatief op de televisie naast de erediensten. Presentator Nic Balthazar. Alle afleveringen van De inzichten zijn integraal te bekijken op www.vrt.nu of te beluisteren op de website van één.be als podcast.

According to what Allan Bates told in the transcript below to the inquiry, this is what Lord James Arbuthnot said in the videos above. The focus is on the dysfunctional culture rather than specifically on the literal roles of “tugs” and “suits.” These terms serve as symbols to convey how different groups within the organization, regardless of their actual titles or positions, contributed to the problematic culture of hiding failures and suppressing dissent.

Post Office Inquiry ‘a parade of liars, bullies and amnesiacs’

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7 feb 2024

Post Office Inquiry has seen a ‘parade of liars, bullies and amnesiacs’ as Sam Stein KC, representing some of the subpostmasters, delivers his conclusions at Phase 4 of the Post Office Inquiry.

He characterises the Post Office as a ‘chorus of cowards’ as he systemically points out the wrongdoing and wilful bad behaviour of those involved at the organisation and how the ‘cannot even look them in the face’ when referring to subpostmasters present at the Post Office Inquiry.

To look the other way or

turning a blind eye

Powerful words:

Post Office Inquiry has seen a ‘parade of liars, bullies and amnesiacs’ as Sam Stein KC, representing some of the subpostmasters, delivers his conclusions at Phase 4 of the Post Office Inquiry.

He characterises the Post Office as a ‘chorus of cowards’ as he systemically points out the wrongdoing and wilful bad behaviour of those involved at the organisation and how the ‘cannot even look them in the face’ when referring to subpostmasters present at the Post Office Inquiry.

“Amnesiacs” refers to individuals who suffer from amnesia, a condition characterized by partial or complete loss of memory. In the context of the phrase, “amnesiacs” suggests individuals who seem to conveniently forget or ignore certain facts or truths.

Paula Vennells failed to disclose 16 cases that undermined Horizon, Post Office inquiry heard

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David Davis MP on whether Paula Vennells misled the Government over the Post Office Scandal

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11 apr 2024
 
Sir David Davis MP appears on ITV News after Paula Vennells, former CEO of the Post Office, was accused on misleading the Government over the Horizon Scandal.
2 The tragic execution of George Stinney was a racist scam

1 George Stinney’s Tragic Story And His Brutal Execution!

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14 okt 2022


George Stinney’s Tragic Story And His Brutal Execution!

A 14-year-old African-American named George Stinney Jr. was the youngest person in the United States to be executed by electric chair. During the Jim Crow years, he was executed in the Deep South in 1944.

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The tragic execution of George Stinney appears to be a result of a deeply ingrained racist narrative. For decades, a cloud of silence surrounded this case, preventing a thorough examination of the evidence. The exoneration of George Stinney, 70 years later, sheds light on a history of systemic injustice, raising questions about the legitimacy of the legal process and emphasizing the need for addressing racial biases in the criminal justice system.

“The end justifies the means” is a phrase that suggests that achieving a desired outcome (the end) is more important than the methods used to achieve it (the means). In other words, if the end result is seen as positive or desirable, then any actions taken to reach that end are considered justified, regardless of their ethical implications or consequences.

In the quote by Georges Bernanos, he is suggesting that when a society starts to accept the idea that any means are acceptable as long as they achieve a desired end, it is a sign of corruption within that society. Here, “the end” refers to the ultimate goal or outcome that individuals or groups are seeking to achieve, while “the means” refers to the methods or actions taken to reach that goal.

Bernanos is cautioning against this mindset, implying that when people become focused solely on achieving their desired ends without regard for ethical considerations or the consequences of their actions, it can lead to moral decay and corruption within society.

The phrase “in a society that is still alive” in the sentence “The first sign of corruption in a society that is still alive is that the end justifies the means” suggests that the corruption being discussed occurs within a society that is still functioning or existing.

This phrase might be interpreted in a few ways:

  1. Literal Interpretation: It could simply refer to a society that has not collapsed or disintegrated. In other words, it’s still functioning and hasn’t succumbed to external or internal pressures that might lead to its demise.

  2. Metaphorical Interpretation: It could also carry a metaphorical meaning, suggesting that despite the existence of corruption, the society is still “alive” in the sense that it’s still active, with people engaged in various activities, institutions functioning, and so on.

Overall, this phrase emphasizes that the corruption described is occurring within a society that hasn’t completely broken down or ceased to exist, highlighting the insidious nature of corruption even within societies that are still functional.

3 It can happen to anyone

“Taken for a ride by the justice system”
conveys the idea that someone feels deceived or mistreated by the legal system.
It suggests a sense of being manipulated or experiencing unfair treatment
within the context of the justice system.

The Dutch expression
“Erin geluisd worden”
can be roughly translated to English as
“to be taken for a ride“
or “to be fooled“.
It implies being deceived or
tricked into something without being aware of it.

(iemand) slecht behandelen of misleiden waardoor hij of zij in de problemen komt
Voorbeeld: ‘Wat een waardeloos product.

4 The Sanda Dia Case

Sanda Dia as a very young boy with his father

In the Sanda Dia case, the broader public’s gut feeling suggests a profound unease with the handling of the situation. The characterization of the incident as an ‘accident’ by the courts has sparked skepticism and fueled concerns. Many perceive this as indicative of a broader issue, revealing a gap between public expectations and the handling of justice. The call for transparency and accountability in such cases echoes the collective sentiment that the justice system needs to address not only legal aspects but also public trust and perception.

The frequent use of the term ‘klasse justitie’ in the Sanda Dia case underscores the prevailing perception of class justice. The characterization of the incident as an ‘accident,’ combined with other aspects of the legal process, has fueled suspicions of unequal treatment within the justice system. This perception contributes to broader concerns about the fairness and impartiality of the legal proceedings, prompting a call for a thorough and transparent examination of the case.

3 Vader van Sanda Dia over studentenclub Reuzegom

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The book ‘They Murdered My Son’ in the Dutch language by the father of Sanda Dia

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On May 26, 2023, the Antwerp Court of Appeal sentences eighteen members of Reuzegom to a fine of 400 euros and community service of up to 300 hours. The verdict sends shockwaves through our country. Five years earlier, these eighteen – each one a son of lawyers, notaries, and business leaders – subjected student Sanda Dia to two days of humiliation beyond imagination. When they finally brought him to the emergency room, he stood no chance.

For five years, father Ousmane Dia, a welder at DAF Oevel, remained silent. With ‘They Murdered My Son,’ he dismantles the walls he built around himself. A raw prayer of loss, grief, and pent-up anger. It touches on love for Sanda, living without hatred, the children of the Flemish elite, class justice, and KU Leuven. But also on his own journey, from Senegal to here. “Belgium has given me everything. Reuzegom has taken everything away.”

Knack – “Reuzegom is an idea, and that idea still persists.” – Interview with Ousmane Dia – read (21/02/2024)

TEKST ACHTERFLAP

Op 26 mei 2023 veroordeelt het Antwerpse hof van beroep achttien leden van Reuzegom tot een boete van 400 euro en werkstraffen tot 300 uur. De uitspraak jaagt een schokgolf door ons land. Vijf jaar eerder hadden de achttien – stuk voor stuk zonen van advocaten, notarissen en bedrijfsleiders – student Sanda Dia twee dagen lang vernederd op een manier die elke verbeelding tart. Toen ze hem uiteindelijk binnenbrachten op de spoedafdeling had hij geen schijn van kans meer.


Vijf jaar heeft vader Ousmane Dia, lasser bij DAF Oevel, gezwegen. Met ‘Ze hebben mijn zoon vermoord’ haalt hij de stenen uit de muur die hij rond zichzelf bouwde. Een rauw gebed van gemis, verdriet en opgekropte woede. Over de liefde voor Sanda, leven zonder haat, de kinderen van de Vlaamse elite, klassenjustitie en de KU Leuven. Maar ook over zijn eigen parcours, van Senegal tot hier. ‘België heeft me alles gegeven. Reuzegom heeft me alles afgepakt.’

Knack – “Reuzegom is een idee, en dat idee leeft nog altijd.” – interview met Ousmane Dia – lezen (21/02/2024)

“Everyone, regardless of origin and age,
should read this profoundly honest book about love and loss.
So that Sanda will be remembered forever, and we collectively say: never again.”

– Nadia Nsayi, author

“One of the most extraordinary books I ever read.”
– Fikry El Azzouzi, writer and theater maker

“This story will resonate in our hearts for a lifetime.”

– Amina Bedôrf, poetess

“What an impressive monument
of frozen grief for Sanda.

Inconsolable sadness about the irreparable loss,
but also a damning indictment
of the practices and privileges of the happy few.
So poignant, serene, gentle, and razor-sharp.”

– Paul Goossens, journalist

‘Iedereen, ongeacht afkomst en leeftijd,

zou dit ontroerend eerlijk boek over liefde en verlies moeten lezen.

Zodat Sanda voor altijd herinnerd wordt en we collectief zeggen: nooit meer.’

– Nadia Nsayi, schrijfster

‘Een van de bijzonderste boeken die ooit las.’

– Fikry El Azzouzi, schrijver en theatermaker

‘Dit verhaal zal een leven lang
in onze harten blijven nazinderen.’

– Amina Bedôrf, dichteres

‘Wat een indrukkend monument
van gestold verdriet voor Sanda.
Ontroostbare tristesse over het onherstelbaar
verlies, maar ook een ontluisterende aanklacht
van de praktijken en privileges van de happy few.
Zo aangrijpend, sereen, mild en messcherp.’

– Paul Goossens, journalist

4 They Got Fined €400 for MURDER?! The Hazing of Sanda Dia | True Crime Case Update

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In this episode, we discuss the case updates in the Sanda Dia case. My deep dive into the case:    • Sanda Dia: Was He Murdered by His Fra…  

5 Vader Sanda Dia: ‘Ze hebben mijn zoon afgemaakt’ | Humberto

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Sanda Dia overleed vijf jaar geleden door een brute ontgroening. De betrokken medestudenten werden veroordeeld tot werkstraffen en geldboetes. De vader van Sanda, Ousmane Dia, doorbreekt na vijf jaar de stilte.
 
De hele aflevering vind je hier: https://www.rtl.nl/programma/5224810/…

6 Waarom ik de Reuzegom video heb gemaakt

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7 sep 2023
 

dag 1 was een succes

 

7 R.I.P Sanda. (Acid Vid)

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3 jun 2023
 
RIP sanda
 

8 RECHTZAAK TEGEN ACID!

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18 jan 2024
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IN DEZE VIDEO HEBBEN WE HET OVER DE RECHTZAAK VAN 18 JANUARI TEGEN NATHAN VANDERGUNST! DIE WORD AANGEKLAAGD DOOR EEN REUZEGEOMMER EN ZIJN OUDERS!

9 WE HEBBEN DE RECHTZAAK GEWONNEN!

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5 It was a completely invented allegation against them

The subpostmasters were accused of robbing the Post Office. It was like a real-life Candid Camera.They knew they were innocent. The British Post Office scandal, spanning 15 years, reveals a disturbing pattern where knowledge of the issue was held, yet instead of addressing it, the subpostmasters were prosecuted. This situation appears to be a case of
‘The mandatory silence,’ suggesting
a deliberate effort to keep the matter under wraps in order to maintain trust in the system.

10 How a TV drama threw a spotlight on U.K. post office scandal


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11 The Post Office Horizon Scandal: Lord Arbuthnot of Edrom on campaigning for justice | House of Lords

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8 jan 2024

James Arbuthnot – now Lord Arbuthnot of Edrom – was MP for Northeast Hampshire at the time of the Post Office Horizon Scandal. His constituent Jo Hamilton, was one of the subpostmasters affected and he has been campaigning, alongside others, ever since.

Hear more from Lord Arbuthnot on Horizon and its background, what has happened since and what he hopes will happen next in this clip from the House of Lords Podcast, recorded in June 2021.

At minute 12: Monstrous injustice
At minute : perpetuated it
At minute 16: those who went to prison
At minute 16:30: Justice is very important, it is part of the psyche of the British people, a sence of fairness
It was told in 2013 and they did nothing about it

12 “Deeply Scathing” Kemi Badenoch Launches Commons Attack On Former Post Office Boss

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13 “It’s Not Something You’d Make Up!” | Isabel Oakeshott Questions If Kemi Badenoch Is Being Truthful

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21 feb 2024

Rishi Sunak has refused to repeat Kemi Badenoch’s claim that the former Post Office boss was lying when he said he was told to delay compensation to Horizon scandal victims.

Sir Keir Starmer asked the prime minister if he is prepared to personally repeat the allegation made by his business secretary regarding Henry Staunton.

Mr Staunton, who was sacked last month, has claimed he was told to stall pay-outs to sub-postmasters due to financial concerns ahead of the general election – something Ms Badenoch has strongly denied.

The prime minister did not answer the Labour leader’s question directly, simply saying Mr Staunton was fired because of “serious concerns” about his conduct.

The Talk panel discuss the row between the business secretary and Mr Staunton and how it looks to the general public.

14 Prosecuted for Post Office Shortfalls: Horizon Scandal Inquiry

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15 Post Office Scandal: Minister Calls For Ex-Boss to Hand Back CBE

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16 How a TV drama reignited a UK postal scandal | REUTERS

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6 Appalling Examples of Injustice: Unfathomable Cases of Wrongful Convictions

17 – 15 Reactions Of INNOCENT Convicts SET FREE!

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18 – They Had to Endure the Worst Corruption in the System

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19 – 5 Reactions Of INNOCENT Convicts SET FREE!

 

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20 – Judge Reunites With Middle School Classmate She Recognized In Bond Court

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21 – Court Cam: Judge Recognizes Friend from Middle School (Season 2) | A&E

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A defendant breaks down in tears after a judge recognizes him from their middle school days in this clip from Season 2, Episode 5, “205”.

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22 – Remember the judge who recognized the defendant as a classmate? That completely changed his life

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Remember the judge who recognized the defendant as a classmate? That completely changed his life

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he famous author of such bestsellers as Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, writer Joan Rowling once said in an interview the wonderful words: only our choices reveal who we really are, much more than our abilities. And she certainly knows that. After all, before she became a famous and mega-rich writer, she was at the very bottom. Today I’m going to tell you a story that went so viral a few years ago that it went around the world in a matter of days and won the hearts of millions of people. It’s probably the best example of how two perfectly equal people making different choices in their lives determine their path in life. But first things first.

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