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Legends of the
Awesome tales from the Anglesey Jedi Church
with plans to establish a colony on the Moon
an attack on two
by a man posing as Darth Vader. Plus a reaction
very high opinion of the
Holyhead brothers Daniel and Barney Jones
An order of
begun steps to establish a colony on the moon.
They have bought a plot of land on the moon and the order plan to have a capital city and appoint worthy Jedi to positions such as Head of Galactic Affairs and Country Ambassador.
They are also planning to sell titles of nobility, such as Lord and Lady, to people who wish to join the Galactic Stades of Jediism, which is located in Oceanus Procellarum on the more desirable light side of the moon.
When mankind finally colonises the moon, the order plan to travel their for Jedi training.
Daniel, known as Jedi Master Morda Hehol in the order, said: "We here at the
"We were able to buy property on the moon from an official moon real estate seller. We have bought one acre of the earth’s moon and have set up a government, constitution and royal family of our sovereign state.
"We are able to set up a nation because the moon is classed as international waters, which means we can set up our own nation legally on it. Our plan is to create a galactic nation so Jedi have a place to live when humans move to the moon and also it will be used in training with the church.
"The nation is called The Galactic States of Jediism, we have our capital city on the moon called
Darth Vader Escapes Jail
A man has been given a suspended jail sentence
posing as Darth Vader.
Arwel Wynn Hughes, 27, from Holyhead, Anglesey, admitted assaulting Barney Jones and cousin Michael with a metal crutch, whilst shouting "Darth Vader". Hughes told police he had no memory of the incident as he was drunk. District Judge Andrew Straw said the publicity his case had received was perhaps a good thing, and a "wake up call" to deal with his alcohol problem.
Williams, prosecuting, said the two cousins had set up a Jedi faith church with
around 30 local members in the Holyhead area. On
"He shouted Darth Vader several times before hitting Barney Jones on the back of his head and then he hit Michael Jones to his leg." Hughes then laughed, said he was joking and ran off, she added. Later when arrested by police he told them that he was "extremely drunk" at the time, she said. Barney Jones had suffered a headache after the attack, and Michael Jones a bruised leg.
Frances Jones defending said her client had a "serious alcohol
problem". "He has previously stopped drinking but the rehab he has
needed has not been available," Mrs Jones said. "But now a place has
become available at Touchstone in
Mrs Jones argued that allowing Hughes to access treatment would help rather than just punish him, as similar treatment was not available in prison. Judge Shaw told Hughes there had been an element of premeditation in the assaults because he had been wearing the bin bag, and had a weapon.
That he would be caught had been "inevitable" the judge added. "Perhaps the publicity surrounding your case has been a good thing, and is the wake-up call you need to deal with your problems," he said.
The judge said despite his "genuine efforts" to change however the attack had been sufficiently serious to warrant a jail sentence. Hughes was sentenced to two months suspended for 12 months, with supervision and residence requirements overseen by the probation service. He was also ordered to pay £100 to each of his two victims and prosecution costs of £60.
I have recently been reading your articles in the newspaper about this travesty that is the "Jedi
I am absolutely
appalled at this, poor excuse of publicity that has been shown around the newsworld. After reading the article on BBC news about the
attack from "Darth Vader" and watching the video, I have come to the
conclusion that this was made as an act of trying to gain publicity.
Not once in the video do we see the Jedi members being assaulted. The camera seems to focus on the floor rather than the attack, in which Barney Jones shows pitiable acting. This is obvious that he is not hurt, his cousin Michael Jones is not even touched by the crutch that "the attacker" is wielding. The Jedi members are not bothered much about the attack in the video, but they seem to come to your newspaper and others, which are greatly respected for local stories in which I personally enjoy reading, with this pathetic excuse of a story.
It is obvious to me, and others around me that this was a publicity stunt, aimed to get more attraction for them to get more members and spread this appalling "religion" throughout the country and more.
This leads on to my next point. Religion? Can these people even comprehend what the meaning of this word is?
It is also insulting that these people can call there place of meeting? and such. A Church? Church means, a place of Christian worship. I am a Christian and so is my wife and family, and to us and I'm sure many others, this is a great outrage to say that they can worship a fictional film, and what is worse, is to call their place of meeting a church.
I think that this kind of publicity is becoming a bad reputation for Holyhead and
Not a Jedi fan
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