Wednesday, 19 November 2014

TV licence.

( nr 328 )  Scanning in Gosport Library presents some difficulties : instructions mislaid, but I shall try to do it again - posting scans of my letter and the latest TV licence letter signed by   Jane Powell, Southampton Enforcement Manager.

My letter is addressed to: British Broadcasting Corporation, Room 2252, White City, 201 Wood Lane, London W12 7TS.

Date: Thurs. 13 Nov. 2014.

 Dear Sirs,
Re: Gross Mismanagement: TV licencing.
The behaviour of your TV licencing contractor (see letter ref. 6194132320 attached here ) amounts to illegal intimidation and harassment, based on presumption of guilt.
Your letter is Kafka and Orwell in one, an example of how not to write letters, both in form and content.
I stopped watching TV back in Holland, had TV licence briefly in UK many years ago and stopped watching TV before that licence expired.
All my letters ( answers to your letters ) were ignored.
I am not your client.
Stop this designer spam.
I am sending this letter by so-called Special Delivery, as Royal Mail has abolished (?) Registered Mail.
Thank You,
Sinc. Yours.
[ signature ]
( Mrs. G.A. Anikeeva )
COPY: ...................
[Thurs. 20 Nov. 2014] Sorry for the two fuzzy scans.
What happenned in Holland ?
Around 2001/2 one Thursday afternoon I saw "snow" on my TV and decided it was on-going repairs
at CASEMA in Rijswijk. The following day, however, I realized my TV cable is disconnected, as I neglected to renew/pay for my TV licence. On the letter it was stated, that the connection shall be restored ... in 24 hrs upon my payment of the amount due in their office. That meant I was to be "TVless" till Tuesday following week. On Saturday I experienced ...anxiety, restlesness, of a kind I did not experience before. I never took drugs, but junkies probably feel similar.
On Sunday (around early afternoon) I felt some relief, serenity, as if a load was off me.
I probably did myself a favour by cutting any subliminals+ from TV, although the effects are forced on public via Big Screens, etc. There was a tragic case of a Dutch whistleblower - a retired engineer, who fell to his death from a PHILIPS office building in Amsterdam. His message was not reported in detail, but there was at the time controversy about new broad screen TV sets ref. real time infra-red scanning and mind-control. He did come to the offices of AD newspaper, but perhaps was not taken seriously.
The Dutch TV offered dozens of channels incl. foreign ones and for a fraction of a price, compared to British licence. They never bothered me again! TV cable is connected (from their end) upon payment and disconnected when that payment expires.

Is this not simple ?


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