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 BCFM Drivetime 
 News review with Cadbury Heath Councillor Martin Farmer (Lab)
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Origin of negative superstitions around ‘Friday the 13th’ – the arrest of 5000 Knights Templar (international bankers) in dawn raids by King Philip IV of France … on Friday 13th October 1307. Charges of heresy compiled with help from former Templar whistleblowers Esquin of Floyan, Bernard Pelet (Baron d’Alais?) & Gérard of Byzol (Caballero de Gisors?). Forced to resign: £50,000 made insider dealing by head of Swiss Central bank Philipp Hildebrand’s wife Kashya. Swiss bank whistleblower Rudolf Elmer handed over details of Swiss bank tax evaders but is instead convicted of data theft himself. Bristol City Council borrow £50m to fill spending gap caused by the cuts. Prime Minister’s Questions: David Cameron and Ed Milliband spar over 9% rise in train fares. PMQs: Michael Meacher MP (Lab) points out that the thousand richest people in Britain got richer by £137bn, this could be used to pay off the deficit and/or create a million jobs. Spartacus report reveals fake consultation into benefit reforms for the most vulnerable in society such as the disabled and cancer patients. PMQs: Dame Joan Ruddock questions wisdom of cutting housing benefit. Bristol Speakers’ Corner on College Green every Friday lunchtime. Arbeit Macht Frei: Geology graduate Cait Reilly, who got her own work placement in a museum, forced to work for free in Poundland. Emma Harrison lives in luxury and makes £1.4m/yr from private schemes to get people off benefits, but not necessarily into work. PIP breast implants found to be made from industrial silicone but 140 year old private German company ‘TUV Rheinland’ reaffirmed official EU ‘CE’ kite mark certification in 2008. Stroud Mayor John Marjoram may be fined for not completing the census since it was sub-contracted to US defence contractor Lockheed Martin. Weekly news review with Cadbury Heath Councillor Martin Farmer (Lab).
"Item, that in each province the order had idols, namely heads, of which some had three races and some one, and others had a human skull.
Item, that they adored these idols or that idol, and especially in their great chapters and assemblies.
Item, that they venerated them.
Item, that they venerated them as God.
Item, that they venerated them as their Savior....
Item, that they said that the head could save them.
Item, that it could make riches.
Item, that it made the trees flower.
Item, that it made the land germinate.
Item, that they surrounded or touched each head of the aforesaid idols with small cords, which they wore around themselves next to the shirt or the flesh.
Item, that in his reception, the aforesaid small cords or some lengths of them were given to each of the brethren.
Item, that they did this in veneration of an idol.
Item, that they (the receptors) enjoined them (the postulants) on oath not to reveal the aforesaid to anyone."
Articles of Accusations against the Poor Knights of the Temple of Solomon, following the mass arrest of Friday October 13, 1307.

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