CREATIVE GENIUS and victim of institutionalised discrimination
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What makes a genius? According to dictionary definition a genius is a person who displays exceptional intellectual ability, creativity, or originality, typically to a degree that is associated with the achievement of unprecedented insight. There is no scientifically precise definition of genius. The term is used in various ways: to refer to a particular aspect of an individual, or the individual in his or her entirety; to a scholar in many subjects (e.g. Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz or Leonardo da Vinci) or a scholar in a single subject (e.g., Albert Einstein or Stephen Hawking).
Research into what causes genius and mastery is still in its early stages, and psychology offers relevant insights. Genius is expressed in a variety of forms (e.g., mathematical, literary, performance). Genius may show itself in early childhood, as a prodigy, or later in life. Geniuses are often deemed as such after demonstrating great originality. They tend to have strong intuitions about their domains, and they build on these insights with tremendous energy. After you have read the extract below of this man's achievements, refer back to this dictionary definition - when you may come to the same conclusion as ourselves.*
LOCAL AUTHORITY: WEALDEN DISTRICT COUNCIL & SUSSEX POLICE
Unfortunately, local authorities such as councils and the police do not understand creative people and what they do not understand they fear. Especially so where such persons are activists that want to force change, such as to combat global warming. Or it might just be that such activism, even if only to save a historic building or alert the Government to local corruption, causes adverse and illegal counter measures to diffuse the truth bomb that would lead to sackings and compensation for all of those who have/had been wronged over the years of milking their positions of trust - that is a common and reoccurring theme in local politics. Read the below and wonder how it is that there is any fight left in this extraordinary man.
Wealden District Council reigned hell on the protagonist in this story, spending well over £550,000 pounds of tax payers money to part their adversary from the building that they knew was of archaeological value, but were intent on denying, with the intention that a neighbour or their company, would purchase it at fraction of the true value if the find was not admitted. They might then share out the spoils.
Twenty years into the fray and the victim of these Article 3 violations (mental torture) finally uncovered incontrovertible proof as to the origins of the historic find, proving his council to be liars. That would not do.
Not content to apologise for their Gestapo treatment and be able to shake hands, Wealden then embarked on more character assassination in a stitch up for a crime he did not commit. For this Wealden invoked the services of Sussex police, who had been so helpful in 1997, in deflecting an investigation into council officer corruption.
In the process the council tried to deny their victim a toilet and washing facilities, lied to two Secretary of State inspectors and five high court Judges. You could not make this up.
If you thought that Britain was safe from Gestapo like civil servants, think again. This is a true story backed up be verifiable facts.
The point here, and this is an important constitutional matter, is that where there is no right of appeal and the institutions that are supposed to correct injustice are actually part of the problem, the buck stops with either the King or Queen of England.
If the King or Queen of England fail to act to provide an effective remedy, then you have the European Court, but in this case the ECHR insist that the victim in this story has a domestic remedy. That being the case, there is only one Court left that may decide that the English system has failed this citizen.
WHO WE WERE FIGHTING AGAINST FROM 1939 TO 1945
UNITED NATIONS - UNIVERSAL DECLARATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS
WEALDEN'S OFFICERS FROM 1983 TO 2018
A BIT OF HISTORY
The English tend to treat people with strange names differently. Britain is also riddled with corruption, with local parish councils controlling development for profits by favoured developers.
It was then unfortunate that Nelson Kruschandl came to England from South Africa when he was just a toddler. He would have had a better life for sure in Africa, or anywhere for that matter, but not in England, and not in Sussex where the police work for the councils, and civil servants are not only a devious bunch, but many of them have their hands in the till, with masonic connections you could not possibly guess at - and Human Rights violations that would make your hair stand on end. Enter Tyrian Lodge in South Street, Eastbourne. Just 100 yards from the police station in Grove Road.
We fought two World Wars to bring an end to tyranny, discrimination and eugenics programmes that ended with the industrial scale gassing of Jewish and Polish men, women and children at Auschwitz, Buchenwald, Belsen and other concentration camps.
You would imagine then that Britain as the head of the Commonwealth, would be extra vigilant to be sure that all statute enacted after the Human Rights Act 1998, would be compatible with Articles 6 and 14. You'd be wrong. In Her Majesty's United Kingdom it appears you get honours for rigging the system in the form of David Blunkett introducing the Sexual Offences Act 2003, an Act that reverses the assumption on innocence, where anyone accused of a sex crime is presumed to be guilty on entering a Court for trial. For introducing this Act David became Lord Blunkett. Wow! Whereas, we assert that for this Nazi like reversion to the days of Witch Hunts, that he is nothing less that a human rights criminal.
Put that together with legal aid limitations and the level playing field is well and truly tilted, virtually guaranteeing a conviction, as well the Criminal Prosecution Service know and use to their advantage.
SUSSEX POLICE CHIEF CONSTABLES
Paul Whitehouse (1993-2001) Ken Jones (2001-2006) Joe Edwards (2006-2007) Martin Richards (2008-2014) Giles York (2014 >>)
CCRC OFFICERS 2018
Jonathan Baume - Sally Berlin - Ian Brooks - Liz Calderbank - Caroline Corby - Rachel Ellis - Richard Foster - Jill Gramann
Justin Hawkins - Celia Hughes - Andre Katz - Karen Kneller - Stephen Leach - Linda Lee - Alexandra Marks
Sharon Persaud - Jennifer Portway - Andrew Rennison - David James Smith - Robert Ward
IN THE UK THE BUCK STOPS HERE: ROYALS FAMILY HEADS OF STATE 2018
Any one of the Royal Family might be in line to look at the matters raised, before taking the case to the United Nations. In theory, before the Royals, the Criminal Cases Review Commission should step in, but they have already fumbled the ball rather badly. This is because their remit allows them to take a view, where taking a view is not Article 14 or Article 17 compliant. In the UK we have no Article 13 in the domestic HRA 1998. We think this means that the only recourse where the CCRC are helping masonic chums, is to petition the Head(s) of State.
A TO Z OF ROYAL FAMILY MEMBERS 2018
Catherine Duchess of Cambridge
Prince of Wales
Countess of Wessex
United Nations Commission on Human Rights was established in 1946 to
weave the international legal fabric that protects our fundamental
rights and freedoms. Composed of 53 States members, its brief expanded
over time to allow it to respond to the whole range of human rights
problems and it set standards to govern the conduct of States. It also
acted as a forum where countries large and small, non-governmental
groups and human rights defenders from around the world voiced their
Between 2003 and 2006 Nelson set traps for Wealden District Council officers who were routinely abusing landowner's rights. One trap in Tilley Lane in Sussex involved blocking in enforcement officers who were coming onto site without proper the written proofs from the authorizing committees (S196 T&CP), making such visits illegal. The point here is that any examination of the written authorisation would be evidence of how committees were being duped at committee level and under delegated powers. Because of this, they never carry anything with them that is incriminating.
As is usual in such cases, dog handlers and the local police were in evidence, oblivious to the fact that the council officers were acting illegally, and that they were patsies (unwilling accomplices) to the fraud. The council officers were challenged and asked for their authority while being filmed. The police were naturally confused and asked what was going on. A laminated extract of Section 196 was shown to the officers, who then realised that they had been lied to by this council. But there are good and bad officers. Good officers would have made mention of this on return to their station. Bad officers would have told them to ignore the incident.
A citizens arrest was threatened against Geoff Johnson and others. A citizens arrest is a lawful procedure where a member of the public who identifies a crime in progress, may apprehend the perpetrators - even with police officers present - and then hand the criminals over to the police, or call the police and explain the crime.
On this occasion Nelson allowed the council officers to leave without arrest on a promise that they would not seek to enter that farm again without the correct paperwork for examination. Those farmers were not bothered again while Nelson was available. But the council realised that they could not continue with their illegal activities while Nelson was on the scene as a dissident challenging their wrongdoing. They had to find a way to discredit him so that other victims of planning related crime would not employ him. In other words, so that councils could continue with their systematic malfeasance in public officer without consequence. Commonly known as selling planning favours - a kind of organised crime that at the moment the police appear to be supporting. Julian Assange is another dissident who is on the official hit list to be discredited. In reality, Europe is just as hard on anyone questioning their systems, as Asia. The only difference is that Asian countries are more honest about their human rights violations.
Nelson was wrongly accused in 2008, taking him out of circulation for about four years and still with his hands tied until 2019, after which, with evidence that was not available to his legal team in 2008, he will be unable to set the record straight conclusively in Her Majesty's United Kingdom - where there is no right of appeal and the Criminal Cases Review Commission are allowed to filter cases in discriminatory fashion. This kind of old boys network that fosters an alternative agenda for the high proportion of masons in the British justice system. Most people laugh when you mention masons, for it conjures up conspiracy theories, but in this case we know that Ian Kay's father in law was a prominent mason and so was Nelson's prospective father in law, before he called off the engagement that would cause so much injustice to rain down on him.
ANATOMY OF A STATE STITCH UP - FLOW CHART
Ian Kay was the assistant district planning officer at Wealden District Council from 1983, we know that he was one of the case officers along with J Douglas Moss, Christine Nuttall and Victorio Scarpa.
We hope that in the process of seeking to put outstanding matters to rest, that Nelson will be aiding the acceleration of the medical sciences, so advancing law enforcement, and exposing judicial malpractices.
EUROPEAN COURT HUMAN RIGHTS
His faith in the European Court of Human Rights was shattered when they struck out a valid claim lodged in 2009, in 2012, simply because in 2012 he applied for a Judicial Review in the UK. He says that the ECHR should have kept his case live where they must have known a JR application to flush out yet more corrupt court officials would be refused by those Judges a part of the old boys network. Anything that challenges the sanctity of the English Courts and violations of Article 5 and Article 6 is strongly resisted by a network of senior judges. Usually, those close to retirement. You may notice that many of the battles that Nelson engages in take years for a result. You may also have noticed that David Cameron wants to wipe out any independent review of British human rights violations.
MORE SUSSEX POLICE INSTITUTIONALISED DISCRIMINATION
In 2013 Sussex Police raided offices taking other papers, smashing down 5 doors in the process, and finally not charging Nelson after a what amounts to a false allegation on the part of Donald Wales, seeking to claim that he'd not signed and posted a Trademark Agreement. But a number of papers went missing. The objective of this exercise was to prevent the innovator from resuming action against the council. This was a bogus claim that fortunately, the victim was able to disprove when a document that had been alleged was a forgery was demonstrably signed by the other party, including the Special Delivery envelope that Mr Wales had used to post it, a number and covering letter, fortunately with copies kept safe elsewhere. Mr Wales was not prosecuted for wasting Surrey or Sussex police time. Damaging property like this is all part of terror tactics designed to frighten targets to desist from their lawful civil objectives.
In 2014 Nelson was again subjected to a false allegation. Sussex Police did not investigate the matter fully, having been provided with keys to premises to prevent more criminal damage. In this case video evidence was edited to cut out the parts that proved he'd been set up, and a key witness was not interviewed even though she had been identified in a written statement as needing to be seen. The objective though of Wealden DC was to prevent Nelson resuming his claims against them by securing another criminal conviction - as in 2008 - by any means possible.
The public should know that agencies work together to manipulate vulnerable citizens in this fashion. In this case a jury were not fooled into ignoring the missing evidence, even though the Judge Anthony Scott-Gall directed them to do so. Nelson says that partial faith in the system was restored by this incident, not the legal system, but the sense of fair play of the ordinary man when faced with extraordinary circumstances. It helps to have a barrister who is not part of the ring. Once again, the claimant was not prosecuted for wasting police time.
Should you think that this is just ten years of malicious conduct, you should know that Wealden began persecuting Nelson soon after 1982 when he called them out on a tree preservation matter. By 1998 he had become the subject of a vendetta with over 181 recorded enforcement visits - that were later proven to be based on misinformation (lies). Did the UK not agree to invade Iraq on misinformation under the lead of Tony Blair? No matter how noble the cause, misinformation equals fraud in a society that should be based on honesty and transparency.
Most of the council officers involved in the original stitch up have gone, the present leaders though are suspect if they work to continue such efforts, and not cooperate to set the record straight.
This is one of the deciding factors in any defence. How much will a person who is legally aided allowed to defend himself. Will it cover medical experts and forensic examination of computers. The answer is NO. In any case where medical experts are required, or examination of computers, you will be hard pressed to mount any kind of defence. In this case both solicitor Timothy Stirmey and barrister Julian Dale, worked against their client. Refusing to challenge the medical evidence and refusing to call character witnesses, or even take statements.
That left Nelson without any witnesses appearing on his behalf, whereas the state had called a school teacher, a friend of the claimant, the mother of the claimant an a (so-called) medical expert, plus the arresting officer; Gordon Staker.
This was Nelson's first time in a Crown Court trial. He had no idea what he was up against........
THIS PAGE IS UNDER CONSTRUCTION & WILL BE POPULATED AS WE FIND MORE EVIDENCE TO SUPPORT BRINGING THE MATTER TO THE ATTENTION OF THE HEAD OF STATE IN ENGLAND, AND IF NECESSARY, THENCE TO THE UNITED NATIONS COURT OF HUMAN RIGHTS.
ABOUT NELSON KRUSCHANDL
Nelson Kruschandl is seen below as a baby with his mother in South Africa. Nelson was born in Johannesburg the son of Frank and Gean Kruschandl, British subjects, and at the time, colonials living at first in India, then Africa. When just one year old, Nelson was brought back to England, where he attended his first school (infants) in London.
Frank Kruschandl was a clever man in chemistry and problem solving in the building world, you can see evidence of that with Firmcrete. Gean Kruschandl was a gifted violinist, with some suggestion of mild psychosis in mid-life, which has been linked to genius. The family relocated many times, leading to disjointed schooling and instability.
Nelson with pram in London & his first Yamaha 125 AS3 motorcycle at Seaford Head in the 1970s. He loved that bike.
During his formative years, the family business was manufacturing and building using, a then, revolutionary cement and timber based material known as Firmcrete. This was used mainly to insulate and protect the roofs of high rise blocks of flats and offices. Nelson's grandfather, Edward Victor Kruschandl, set up a factory in Seaford to produce slabs and blocks by a patent (1952 GB722003) method, which was later bought by Tate & Lyle to produce building materials from sugar cane waste. Thus it was that Nelson attended the Seaford Primary school, before moving to Eastbourne and Ratton Secondary School in the 1970's where he won the 5th Form Physics Prize. A keen sports-man, Nelson keeps fit by jogging, climbing and occasionally sport diving.
Frank Kruschandl (Nelson's father) bought back the Firmcrete business from Tate & Lyle, when they found it difficult to produce enough panels to fulfill contracts for the GLC (Greater London Council). The building company Wates, who had nobody reliable to fix their roofs, knew that Frank could run the operation in Seaford, East Sussex, which was where the factory was situated: 48 Brooklyn Road.
Frank got production back on track, the secret being how the product was mixed and when certain operations were carried out. With a revitalised fixing team, a new name (Insulcrete Installations), new trucks and vans, all was well for several years. Most of the business was flat roofing for high rise blocks in and around London. But, the product could be produced as blocks and wall cassettes, with pre-fabricated floor joisting for quickbuild homes. One house was built in 24 hours using this system.
1. Firmcrete panels being stacked at the factory 2. A Quickbuild house under construction at Ashford, kent
3. A diagram of the patent unit building system 4. A pre-fabricated Firmcrete wall cassette 1960
When the flat roofing business was killed off without warning by the Conservative Prime Minister, Margaret Thatcher, Nelson's family moved into the jewellery business, opening a shop in Newhaven. This was where he worked designing gold earings, rings and necklaces and sometimes repairing watches.
Through 1980 to 1984, Nelson worked on designs for a large hexapod robot for film special effects, eventually placing the product, but then the film company went under. Even so, much of his theory was adapted by Hollywood, in such films as Honey I Shrunk the Kids. Nelson's robots were designed to work for real, unlike robots used in such movies as Terminator, that were hand operated with sticks.
Later the inventor became a welder, did the odd truck driving job and finally became a planning consultant in 1997 after he was asked to run an appeal for a local animal sanctuary, which he won for them, and went on to chair a charity as a trustee, enabling stables demolished by heavy handed local authority, to be re-built. Nelson went on to set a precedent concerning mobile homes, winning another appeal against the same local authority in 2003, now the basis for a modular flatpack system and fresh patents in the future. An inventor's job in never done.
No doubt the variety of professions broadened his outlook on life, but he really wanted to make his vehicle designs a reality. As with most young men, Nelson had a love affair with motorbikes and then cars. His first bike was a Yamaha, which he used to commute to college in Eastbourne. Later he bought a Yamaha RD 250 and a Suzuki TS 250 for some much loved off road dirt biking.
Nelson's first car was a Vauxhall Ventora, a 3 litre beast and not at all suitable for a learner driver, not least because of the horrendous insurance cost. Later he owned a Mini, a Volkswagen Baha, a VW Camper, a BMW 5 series and a Land Rover. He now uses a Jeep very occasionally, which is both practical everyday transport and lively off-road sport, while coping with logging, towing and other necessary country tasks.
Nelson finally embarked on his first car at workshops in Sussex in 1983, having purchased a derelict generating building in need of much restoration the year before. The first car was a sharp learning curve, where welding had to be mixed with blacksmithing and panel forming from sheet alloy and mild steel - all this in between urgent repairs to the historic remains of the generating building, which turned out to be a unique archaeological find according to English Heritage, also a time consuming labour of love. By 1992 he was granted patent No. 2218187 for this joystick car which he named the Borzoi after a pet hunting dog and the similarity in shape of their noses.
In 1991 Nelson designed his first electric car which was put on display at Beaulieu in 1993, then featured in many newspapers, finally ending up as a show car for London Electricity. In 1995 he was granted patent No. 2253379 for an electric vehicle refueling system, subsequently successfully incorporated in a converted Rover Metro and now an electric land speed racer called Blueplanet Ecostar. You can see Nelson's designs below, or click on the links on this page for more details.
For many years Nelson strived to prove the old electricity generating building in Herstmonceux was of historic interest and should be preserved. While the battle raged in closed corridors, he did not make many friends with the powers that be, some of which were thought to be masons. Then some 20 years later English Heritage and the County Archaeologist in Lewes finally came to the rescue with professional independent reports to confirm his contentions. Read more of this using the links above. Please note this although this issue was amicably resolved with a binding Court Order, that subsequently Wealden District Council have breached the terms of that order, despite the fact they know this building is without any reasonable, beneficial use. Thus, this fight is due to recommence, by way of publication of taped meetings of a corrupt council is action: The new 'Battle of Britain,' or perhaps the 'Best of British.' Sorry Maam, but corruption at any level must be exposed. They tried to sweep me under the carpet.
Nelson continues working to restore the building in co-operation with the Trust that own the site and surrounding land. What this chapter in the story demonstrates, is that you cannot trust local authority. A warning though, relationships rarely survive this kind of struggle and local authorities have close links with the police and the courts. He has not made many friends locally, some of which would have seen a historic building destroyed. That is the price one pays for standing up to be counted. As one of our finest British Bulldogs said:-
Sir Winston Leonard Spencer Churchill (1874-1965)
A prefabricated house incorporating a high-tech heating system (not visible).
Such a system could solve the housing crisis, if Council's made cheap building land available.
Taking the unit construction method developed for Firmcrete a stage further, Nelson has designed a system that captures heat and stores it economically. The vision is that whole villages might be built with this heat and energy harvesting system so that energy bills are virtually eliminated and electricity is sold into the grid for export. The rights to this system have been transferred to a development group.
Nelson has always had a love of the sea, which is why he is so fond of Seaford and Newhaven, for the high winds and cliff views of Seaford [head] and the busy working harbour at Newhaven. He trained as a diver in Brighton and Plymouth, achieving a Class 2 BSAC qualification. He enjoys discovering wrecks and has dived on the site of the Mary Rose helping to survey, etc, as a volunteer.
Nelson is an enthusiastic amateur yacht designer, and has enjoyed memberships of the Amateur Yacht Research Society, the Royal Yachting Association and the Speed Record Club. Nelson's first boat was a hybrid design not unlike a modern Jetski. He made this with plywood and fibreglass in his bedroom on the third floor at 8 Old Orchard Road, Eastbourne, and later in a garage in Seaford, where he fitted it with a lawn mower engine.
The Solar Navigator project began as a challenge to power a practical diving work boat or survey vessel with solar panels. There followed a series of hull-form evaluations in small scale, with the size gradually creeping from 1/50th to 1/10th and back to 1/20th. The idea for a solar powered ocean cruiser was conceived in 1993. The 'Solarnavigator' project is the culmination of years of practical experiment. The first of a series of development models went on display at the 1995 Earls Court Boat Show. Nelson was a member of the International Solar Energy Society (ISES), an organisation dedicated to the use of alternative energy and a keen amateur archaeologist.
Where the Solarnavigator project started as a theoretical exercise, the models worked so well, other teams have built solar powered catamarans, one of which crossed the Atlantic ocean. As a showcase for renewable energy the project would be excellent PR for alternative energy in use as a practical level, perhaps something the G8 or G20 would be proud to be associated with. Indeed, since Nelson published his world route, the French/Swiss team actually completed their world circumnavigation with PlanetSolar, which began life as a trimaran design, but finished up as a catamaran.
Nelson believes that increasingly quicker circumnavigations will provide a unique opportunity to collect data for scientific evaluation. Such projects will focus attention on natural sunlight and other renewable resources as a practical alternative to reliance on dwindling fossil reserves. As scientists predict worsening global weather shifts, pollution and warming continues, Nelson believes that research in this field is important conservation work for our ecology. That this is important, should be passed on to future generations at an early stage, and Nelson is pleased to note these subjects are covered in Schools around the world, which partly accounts for the hits on this site.
Nelson enjoys a good book and a good movie. See our top 100 films, but what is a good film? Nelson enjoys a mix of adventure (Pirates of the Caribbean, Master and Commander), romance (Titanic, Sound of Music, Just like Heaven) and thriller stories (James Bond) with a preference for true stories (Seabiscuit, Worlds Fastest Indian). Nelson also enjoys good music, interesting food and evenings out at his favourite haunts in Sussex. He actively encourages local musical talent, once offering free recording to bands on a tight budget and free web-space to publish their songs. No longer, so please don't ask.
Nelson would have liked to pass on his accumulated knowledge and skills to generations to come via his genes in time honoured fashion, but in a modern society is that really necessary? We have sperm banks for those without the time for partners. There is no guarantee of a child being born with his skills, where the mother's mitochondrial DNA determines so many factors. See the Boys From Brazil. It's a matter of luck. There is no sure thing. But, statistically, there will always be skilled people springing from the most unlikely parents- it's a mathematical certainty.
This site is some evidence of his achievements as a source of inspiration (example) to others. It is lodged with the British Library for posterity. As to intelligence, it is not just breeding, it is also the environment one is brought up in, though it helps to have good eyesight and coordination. Other than that it is the wiring in the brain that causes some people to be creative, and the social advantages that might allow those with creative tendencies to be curious about their surroundings and experiment, to be able to advance their particular interests, despite a small number of clods in positions of power, who have done their best to stifle his creativity. Forgive them father, for they know not what they do. Oh yes they do. Inventors through the ages have been persecuted. See the Witchfinder General.
* Returning then to the subject of genius. Consider the range of skills demonstrated by this one man on this page extracting from his works, and we say there can be no doubt about it. It is not just his range of skills (including wood carving, welding, electronics, metal forming, fine art painting), it is his insight and originality. Then consider the consistent evolution of designs for various products, including robots, wind tunnels, cars, boats and eco houses. It is the range of skills and the variety of projects that we say qualifies this man as a Creative Genius. In history there have been many like him, the most obvious of which is Leonardo da Vinci. One person who had visited a museum in France dedicated to Leonardo da Vinci, and who also had been into Nelson's workshops, wrote to say that the museum in France was like stepping into his workshops.
Leonardo’s codices, include concepts of a car, bicycle, helicopter, glider, parachute, SCUBA, submarine, military tank and ideal city to name a few. That list is near identical to projects that Nelson Kruschandl has worked on and not just on paper. Is that just a coincidence? We don't believe it is, we believe there is some pattern in geniuses, and that maybe Nelson is more closely related to Leonardo da Vinci that he realizes.
du Clos Lucé - Parc Leonardo da Vinci
From the above, it should be obvious that the generating buildings in Herstmonceux, where this genius of a design engineer lived and worked for so long, should be preserved, not so much for it's historical beginnings, as for the work that poured out of this one man, much of which survives. The building that is presently managed by the Lime Park Heritage Trust, should be a re-classified and access made available to the public.
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