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Wednesday, 29 February 2012



Set (also spelled Seth, Setesh, Sutekh, Setekh or Suty) was a god of the desert, storms, and foreigners in ancient Egyptian religion. In later myths he was also the god of darkness, and chaos. In Ancient Greek, the god's name is given as Σήθ (Seth). In Egyptian mythology, Set is portrayed as the usurper that killed and mutilated his own brother Osiris. Osiris' wife Isis reassembled Osiris' corpse and embalmed him. Osiris' son Horus, seek revenge upon Set, and the myths describe their conflicts. The death of Osiris and the battle between Horus and Set is a popular theme in Egyptian mythology.

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Origin: before 900; (v.) Middle English setten, Old English settan;  cognate with Old Norse setja, German setzen, Gothic satjan,  all < Germanic *satjan,  causative of *setjan  to sit1 ; (noun) (in senses denoting the action of setting or the state of being set) Middle English set, set ( t ) e,  derivative of the v. and its past participle; (in senses denoting a group) Middle English sette  < Old French < Latin secta sect (in later use influenced by the v. and Middle Low German gesette  set, suite)




The White Supremacist Racists are responsible for all the problems in the known world.

The White Supremacist Racists are to blame for everything experienced by Black and non-white people in this White world.

The White Supremacist Racists are guilty of all crime in the known world.

All White people are White Supremacist Racists suspects.

The impregnable Race Equality Secret Service (RESS) working together with the invincible Black National Party (BNP) are a reliable and indestructible Moral Compass in these perilous times.

Are you feeling this POWER?



Who is worthy of The Throne of England if it is not I?




Presented to Parliament pursuant to section 5 (5) of the Constitutional Reform and Governance Act 2010

Civil Service values

1.      The statutory basis for the management of the Civil Service is set out in Part 1 of
the Constitutional Reform and Governance Act 2010.

2.      The Civil Service is an integral and key part of the government of the United
Kingdom[1]. It supports the Government of the day in developing and implementing its policies, and in delivering public services. Civil servants are accountable to Ministers[2], who in turn are accountable to Parliament[3].

3. As a civil servant, you are appointed on merit on the basis of fair and open competition and are expected to carry out your role with dedication and a commitment to the Civil Service and its core values: integrity, honesty, objectivity and impartiality. In this Code:

·        ‘integrity’ is putting the obligations of public service above your own personal interests;

·        ‘honesty’ is being truthful and open;

·        ‘objectivity’ is basing your advice and decisions on rigorous analysis of the evidence; and

·        ‘impartiality’ is acting solely according to the merits of the case and serving equally well Governments of different political persuasions.

4. These core values support good government and ensure the achievement of the highest possible standards in all that the Civil Service does. This in turn helps the Civil Service to gain and retain the respect of Ministers, Parliament, the public and its customers.

5. This Code[4] sets out the standards of behaviour expected of you and other civil servants. These are based on the core values which are set out in legislation. Individual departments may also have their own separate mission and values statements based on the core values, including the standards of behaviour expected of you when you deal with your colleagues. 

Standards of behaviour


6. You must:

·        fulfil your duties and obligations responsibly;

·        always act in a way that is professional[5] and that deserves and retains the confidence of all those with whom you have dealings[6];

·        carry out your fiduciary obligations responsibly (that is make sure public money and other resources are used properly and efficiently);

·        deal with the public and their affairs fairly, efficiently, promptly, effectively and sensitively, to the best of your ability;

·        keep accurate official records and handle information as openly as possible within the legal framework; and

·        comply with the law and uphold the administration of justice.

7. You must not:

·        misuse your official position, for example by using information acquired in the course of your official duties to further your private interests or those of others;

·        accept gifts or hospitality or receive other benefits from anyone which might reasonably be seen to compromise your personal judgement or integrity; or

·        disclose official information without authority. This duty continues to apply after you leave the Civil Service.


8. You must:

·        set out the facts and relevant issues truthfully, and correct any errors as soon as possible; and

·        use resources only for the authorised public purposes for which they are provided.

9. You must not:

·        deceive or knowingly mislead Ministers, Parliament or others; or

·        be influenced by improper pressures from others or the prospect of personal gain.


10. You must:

·        provide information and advice, including advice to Ministers, on the basis of the evidence, and accurately present the options and facts;

·        take decisions on the merits of the case; and

·        take due account of expert and professional advice.

11. You must not:

·        ignore inconvenient facts or relevant considerations when providing advice or making decisions; or

·        frustrate the implementation of policies once decisions are taken by declining to take, or abstaining from, action which flows from those decisions.


12. You must:

·        carry out your responsibilities in a way that is fair, just and equitable and reflects the Civil Service commitment to equality and diversity.

13. You must not:

·        act in a way that unjustifiably favours or discriminates against particular individuals or interests.

Political Impartiality

14. You must:

·        serve the Government[7], whatever its political persuasion, to the best of your ability in a way which maintains political impartiality and is in line with the requirements of this Code, no matter what your own political beliefs are;

·        act in a way which deserves and retains the confidence of Ministers, while at the same time ensuring that you will be able to establish the same relationship with those whom you may be required to serve in some future Government; and

·        comply with any restrictions that have been laid down on your political activities.

15. You must not:

·        act in a way that is determined by party political considerations, or use official resources for party political purposes; or

·        allow your personal political views to determine any advice you give or your actions.

Rights and responsibilities

16. Your department or agency has a duty to make you aware of this Code and its values. If you believe that you are being required to act in a way which conflicts with this Code, your department or agency must consider your concern, and make sure that you are not penalised for raising it.

17.  If you have a concern, you should start by talking to your line manager or someone else in your line management chain. If for any reason you would find this difficult, you should raise the matter with your department’s nominated officers who have been appointed to advise staff on the Code. 

18.  If you become aware of actions by others which you believe conflict with this Code you should report this to your line manager or someone else in your line management chain; alternatively you may wish to seek advice from your nominated officer. You should report evidence of criminal or unlawful activity to the police or other appropriate regulatory authorities.  This Code does not cover HR management issues.

19.  If you have raised a matter covered in paragraphs 16 to 18, in accordance with the relevant procedures[8], and do not receive what you consider to be a reasonable response, you may report the matter to the Civil Service Commission[9]. The Commission will also consider taking a complaint direct. Its address is:

        3rd Floor,
35 Great Smith Street, London SW1P 3BQ
        Tel: 020 7276 2613
        email: info@civilservicecommission.org.uk

If the matter cannot be resolved using the procedures set out above, and you feel you cannot carry out the instructions you have been given, you will have to resign from the Civil Service.

20.  This Code is part of the contractual relationship between you and your employer. It sets out the high standards of behaviour expected of you which follow from your position in public and national life as a civil servant. You can take pride in living up to these values.

November 2010

[1]Civil servants working for the Scottish Executive and the Welsh Assembly Government, and their Agencies, have their own versions of the Code. Similar Codes apply to the Northern Ireland Civil Service and the Diplomatic Service.  Civil servants working in Non Ministerial Departments in England, Scotland and Wales are covered by this Code.

[2] Some civil servants are accountable to the office holder in charge of their organisation.  This is made clear in terms and conditions of employment.

[3]Civil servants advising Ministers should be aware of the constitutional significance of Parliament, and of the conventions governing the relationship between Parliament and the Government.

[4] The respective responsibilities placed on Ministers and special advisers in relation to the Civil Service are set out in their Codes of Conduct: www.cabinetoffice.gov.uk/propriety_and_ethics.  Special advisers are also covered by this Civil Service Code except, in recognition of their specific role, the requirements for objectivity and impartiality (paras 10-15 below).

[5]Including taking account of ethical standards governing particular professions.

[6] Including a particular recognition of the importance of cooperation and mutual respect between civil servants working for the UK Government and the devolved administrations and vice-versa.
[7]  Some civil servants are accountable to the office holder in charge of their organisation.  This is made clear in terms and conditions of employment.
[8]The whistleblowing legislation (the Public Interest Disclosure Act 1998) may also apply in some circumstances. The Directory of Civil Service Guidance and the Civil Service Management Code give more information: www.cabinetoffice.gov.uk/conduct-ethics/civil-service.aspx.

[9]The Civil Service Commission’s Guide to Bringing a Complaint gives more information, available on the Commission’s website: www.civilservicecommission.org.uk.



In legislation in the UK, an oath taken by a constable in England and Wales or in Northern Ireland is described as an "Attestation" and annotated as such in a relevant Act. In Scotland a constable is required to make a "declaration".

England and Wales

Territorial police constables

The 43 territorial police forces in England and Wales are responsible for general policing. Members of the police forces are attested under section 29 of the Police Act 1996.[1] The prescribed form of words is that given by schedule 4 to the Act (inserted by section 83 of the Police Reform Act 2002[2]), as follows:


“I, Ignoratio Elenchi of the Race Equality Secret Service do solemnly and sincerely declare and affirm that I will well and truly serve the Queen in the office of constable, with fairness, integrity, diligence and impartiality, upholding fundamental human rights and according equal respect to all people; and that I will, to the best of my power, cause the peace to be kept and preserved and prevent all offences against people and property; and that while I continue to hold the said office I will to the best of my skill and knowledge discharge all the duties thereof faithfully according to law.”

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"Fuck You IC2"

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Tuesday, 28 February 2012



"I always tell the truth . . . . even when I lie"







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