Campaigning against corruption in the London Borough of Havering for over 40 years, our aim is to help the victims of orchestrated criminality in local politics and to promote public safety. Incidents include Chase Cross School (now called Bower Park), Brooklands Football Stadium, Havering College of HFE and links to the Matthew Harding helicopter crash. Mr Harding was a Labour Party donor. Please support our campaign for justice and public safety in Havering.
In 2003 it was reported that Andrew Rosindell MP (Conservative, Romford) was made a Freeman of
the City of London (see Debretts).The Havering
Witness justice campaign would like to consider the consequences of this for
the voters of Romford.To do this The Havering
Witness has studied the book “The
Brotherhood” by Stephen Knight, 1994 edition, published by Harper Collins,
ISBN 0-586-05983-0, the book is described as the “The Explosive Expose’ Of The Secret World Of The Freemasons”.
“..to qualify for the membership of one the [City of London]
livery companies a man must be a Freeman of the City of London, an honour
generally awarded by Freemasons to Freemasons..” p 228
On a chapter by chapter basis we have selected quotes that concerned us greatlyWitnesses
to crime and corruption who are prepared to give their testimony under oath in
a court of law should not be ignored.
Quotes From “The
Brotherhood” by Stephen Knight,Chapter
“For some years membership of the lodges set up in the
empire (grouped in provinces under English, Scottish or Irish
jurisdiction)was confined to Europeans.
..but after1860, at first Parsees, then other Indians were brought into the
Brotherhood.In British West Africa and
the West Indies there were “black” lodgesas well as “white” lodges (as in the USA) and eventually mixed lodges
were formed.” ”[This].. did much to defuse resentment of imperial
“..a man, better offthan the mass of the people – who were not sought as members – could by
being a Freemason, feel that he belonged ...to the Establishment.Just how far masonry reached is shown by the
fact that on the small island of Jamaica there were no fewer than twelve
lodges, some in townships of little more than a couple of streets.”P34/35
“As the recruiting
ground for Freemasons is.. the middle
and professional classes, it is clear that a very high proportion of these
people, occupying key roles in British society – lawyers,Civil Servants, bank managers and so on – are
It is clear that there is real concern that Freemasonry is an undemocratic means of
enforcing a social order – do YOU want YOUR MP, Andrew Rosindell to be a supporter of a such a ssecret
society rather than devoting completely to parliamentary democracy?