Monday, March 12, 2012

We lose total access to the internet

Our live-in landlady, human rights activist Belinda McKenzie, has served us via a firm of solicitors with a notice requiring possession of our flat by 26 March, yet our internet connectivity is getting worse! In fact, I wonder if Belinda is in the process of carrying out her written threat of 13 January to "cut off the internet altogether" (see here). On 2 March I emailed this firm of solicitors, Kidd Rapinet, explaining that (a) we had no internet via Belinda's BT router/access point "McKenzie-1", (b) we continued to have difficulty connecting to "Guest" via the Virgin router/access point located in the room below us, to which we are connected via a cable, and (c) we were only able to wirelessly connect to the router underneath us but the speed was rarely adequate. The thread deals with a lot more besides:

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We are still waiting for a response to Declan's open letter to Prime Minister David Cameron enquiring if a warrant has been obtained for this property, which the Home Office will neither confirm nor deny (see blog of 25 January Property Warrant: Open Letter to the Prime Minister; this blog contains stunning photographs of neutralized MI5 whistleblower David Shayler who lived for a couple of years in one of the rooms below us, until 2007).
No internet via "McKenzie-1" (click to enlarge)
No internet via "Guest" (click to enlarge)
No internet via "virginmedia5432697" (click to enlarge)