Jeffrey David Maund’s bigotry

Jeffrey David Maund is a former pastor of the Baptist Union of Great Britain. Jeffrey David Maund gave me a book which was the who’s who of the old testament. The book given to me by Jeffrey David Maund has detailed accounts of Abraham and his son Isaac.

When I tried to explain to Jeffrey David Maund that I deduced from the book that the practice of circumcision must have come from Abraham not being able to “cope with Isaac’s behaviour” because he was born when Abraham and Sarah were over 90 and baptism was introduced by John and Jesus to replace the need for Jews and Muslims to circumcise, Jeffrey David Maund said I was “A bit mixed up.

Jeffrey David Maund is a religious bigot. He claimed to have belonged to the Baptist Union of Great Britain. He should thus believe in baptism for the remission of sins, not circumcision!

Racism on Pentyrch Community Council

I applied to be co-opted to Pentyrch Community Council. The Localism Act 2011 requires that those who are co-opted to a community council meet the criteria while they are a member. It is the responsibility of the person concerned to know their eligibility. There were three vacancies. Two said they were from Creigiau and the Chair made known I was from Efail Isaf. Whilst I confirmed I was eligible – being within three miles, the chairman as that this be confirmed. Under the council’s rules candidates have to be treated equally. Therefore the other candidates should have had their eligibility checked also, as the Localism Act 2011 rules could have meant they were not eligible if they had not lived in the area for 12 months, were not on the electoral register, or any of the other criteria. They gave reasons for wanted to be co-opted and were accepted, whereas mine was deferred to the next month. When I gave the same reasons as them at the next meeting the chairman shouted me down. He then had other members ask me questions that were not asked of the other candidates. I was thus not treated equally. I thus believe this amounts to racism because I was treated less favourably than the other two candidates because their perceived ethnicity was being from the community of Pentyrch whereas my perceived ethnicity was being from the community of Llantwit Fardre.

I plan to complain through the Public Service Ombudsman for Wales and potentially the Administrative Court for Wales. Acts like this might have been going on for 100s of years, but when they happen to me they are not tolerated regardless of whether or not others tolerated.