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14th December, 2017
Our Faux Democracy
The Remain Politicians in our Parliament would like us all to believe that our Parliament is Sovereign and that they are representing what the Leave voters wanted when they voted to get out of the EU - a return to Parliamentary Democracy - unfortunately they are simply being disingenuous, just as they are also not being truthful about respecting the EU Referendum vote.
The Remain politicians have no intention of ever letting the UK come out from under the EU yoke - and they have now grabbed the power - potentially to work any negotiation to the advantage of the EU - totally against British interests.
The proof of their treachery is quite simple, as illustrated below
"Sovereignty is the legal power, right and ability to enact or repeal laws of the land - and belongs to the British people (Parliamentary Sovereignty is the most important part of the British Constitution. https://www.parliament.uk), and it is only ever on loan to our elected Representatives for the period during which they are elected, and in power.
Once there is a General Election and a new party gains power, that Sovereignty passes to this new Party in government - who then take over the power to make and repeal laws of the land - but it is still only ever on loan to those Representatives, for as long as they remain in power. In return, the population agrees (most of them) to be bound by the rules (laws) that the Representatives enact on their behalf - and if the government steps-out-of-line - it is changed at the following General Election.
At the time of the Heath government in 1972 though, our elected Representatives struck a deal with the EEC, behind the backs of the British people, under which, effectively, the EEC would be allowed to make "our laws", which would be used to govern the British people, and which our Representatives would enact into Domestic Law on their behalf - thus giving the EEC the Sovereignty of the British people - Sovereignty which did not belong to the elected Representatives."
Since that time the Sovereignty of the British people has been held "hostage" by our own elected Representatives on behalf of the EU - by virtue of the fact that it requires both Houses of Parliament to vote to repeal the European Communities Act (1973) - and, as we have seen, there are too many who are more loyal to the EU than to the UK (as a consequence of 44 years of EU infiltration and propaganda) - in the Commons and the Lords (those appointed by EU loyal politicians in the Commons) for this to be carried out without a major fight."- but it will be worth it.
EU Law in the UK
It is even worse than it appears because by signing the European Communities Act (1973) (Sections 2(1) and 2(2)) Heath's government (with the help of Labour Politicians) gave the EEC -> EU "Henry" VIII Powers to enact its laws into our domestic law to which the citizens of the UK are bound - and even if every politicians in Parliament voted against such laws they could neither be amended nor repealed.
Since 1973 our elected Representatives have simply been EEC (EU) apparatchiks pretending to represent the British people, whereas, in reality they have been deliberately misrepresenting their electorate and protecting the EU from scrutiny by the British people - whilst enjoying the trappings and privileges of Parliamentary power, status and expenses paid by for the UK electorate.
EU laws are passed into domestic laws without any scrutiny and, under that system, our Parliament has little more real power than a local council and they should have their salaries cut to reflect their real uselessness. The current politicians have acted as their predecessors have done - so it is fair to say that none the Remain politicians are not telling the truth to the UK population about the EU - nor about their voting motives.
Let's be clear - The UK Parliament cannot pass any UK law that conflicts with any EU law, and the EU can add new laws (Directives) whenever they wish - so our Parliament is not Sovereign - our Parliament is simply the local council of a Province of a totalitarian EU; unless we leave - and it appears that 48% of our population could not care less.
Perhaps that would change after the EU start direct taxation of the population of the UK to pay for the EU's ambitions - which our Parliament could not prevent even if every MP voted against it.
Those politicians who are claiming to be "Rebels" are, in fact, doing everything they can to maintain the "Status Quo" that has been enjoyed since 1973 - and they are following the "Blair 12 - point plan to stop Brexit"*, even using the term "Rebel" posited by Blair - and even to the point where they pretend that they accept the EU Referendum vote - they are just acting to maintain their own cosy existence in the EU dominated parliament.
The EU is so entrenched within our parliamentary system, that we understand, allegedly, Peers are not required to declare their EU pensions - which are encumbered by an Oath of Allegiance to the EU - and still vote on UK-EU matters. How many of our politicians have also sworn an Oath to the EU? What about members of the Government? Civil Service? etc.
We do not have a Sovereign Parliamentary Democracy until we are free from the EU's control - it is all just "flimflam" from Remain politicians who have no loyalty to Britain or its people - and are playing games with their electorate - and doing their best to stop us leaving the control of the EU - they should be removed at the earliest opportunity - Conservative, Labour LibDems, SNP, Plaid Cymru along with those in the Lords who were Ennobled by Remain politicians in the Commons.etc.
Blair's Letter to Alastair Campbell*
Tony Blair’s secret memo to Alastair Campbell: My 12-point plan for stopping Brexit
Austin Mitchell was Labour MP for Great Grimsby between 1977 and 2015.
Through the good offices of Austin Mitchell, BrexitCentral has been passed a memo written by
former Prime Minister, Tony Blair, to his former Director of Communications,
Alastair Campbell, on the subject of Brexit…
While commending your enthusiasm for the cause I wouldn’t want you to antagonise the British people, particularly former Labour supporters who made the mistake of voting for Brexit. Our task is more subtle. It’s to force the government to negotiate with every vested interest in this country rather than the EU, so we don’t build up anger against Europe. The aim must be to make Brexit look so difficult that government gives up rather than increases dislike of an EU which is so good for our people, even if they don’t know it.
With this in mind I suggest:
1.Pretend to accept the referendum result. No use putting it down to lies, Russian gold, or “too close to call”. The majority was bigger and clearer than what the Tories got in 2010, 2015 or 2017. People won’t like being told their votes don’t count.
2. Don’t call Brexit voters stupid, under-educated, racist or gullible. Many of them voted for me. We won’t win their votes back by abusing them.
3. Don’t defend the EU’s point of view: say they’re right to require us to jump three hurdles before they’ll talk nitty gritty, or suggest offering them bucket loads of money. As negotiations turn nasty, we can’t afford to appear to be on the other side, rather than Britain’s.
4. Don’t fraternise with the enemy or run to Juncker, Merkel or Macron. All these pilgrimages (mea culpa) make it look as though we’re helping them and snitching on Britain.
5. Don’t bang on about the joys of the Single Market – we’re in a deficit of £60 billion with it and selling off railways, companies and utilities to finance it. So defend it as better than being assaulted by Trump and forced to eat chlorinated chicken.
6. Don’t start attacking the government for being too tough in the negotiations. However incompetently, they are carrying out the wishes of people and, to be realistic, the EU has us over a barrel if it just sits there and demands that Britain jumps through hoops and hands over huge sums before it can be told what it can get. If it had any sense, the government would start whipping up anger about EU intransigence and we don’t want to be seen as defending that, however much it helps us.
7. This government could collapse, bringing Labour into power. Then our former party will have to choose between fighting and failing. We can’t trust Corbyn to see things our way, but it will be disastrous to be seen as the sell-out party.
8. Much as cosmopolitans like you, me and Peter love the EU, it was always a deal designed to suit the interests of France and Germany rather than Britain. So it’s no use portraying it as Britain’s salvation and the greatest thing since Sure Start. It’s a good idea to urge changes which will make it better for Britain. They won’t happen, of course, but it makes us look better than telling people it’s wonderful when they know it isn’t. Talk of returning to “lead” Europe is better than admitting that we’d be slinking back, humiliated, to sit on the naughty step.
9.Another fear campaign won’t work. People won’t believe it any more but it’s difficult to admit that our government allowed manufacturing to shrink so far that Britain can neither pay its way nor support the structures of an advanced society. So talk of all the help we get from the EU without saying ‘it’s our own money back’. Don’t mention the drain of belonging or Germany’s huge surpluses at our expense.
10. Accept that Britain has its problems but don’t admit to the scale of a disaster which can be blamed on us. In or out of the EU, we’ll face the huge problem of building back to viability. We must avoid the Dunkirk spirit for the moment, but create just enough fear to make people think it’s safer in the EU than standing up for ourselves. This is a bit difficult because Europe punishes failures like Greece rather than helping lame dogs over styles. So we need to concentrate on suggesting domestic reforms, particularly any which help such symbols of our national greatness as the City of London, the banks, the multinationals and all those foreign investors who’ve bought up our companies, utilities, railways and properties because of their faith in this country. Keep the people happy by building more houses and offering bigger mortgages, rather than dirty factories or risky investments.
11. Warn about galloping inflation rather than the cheaper food available outside EU agricultural protectionism.
12. Don’t mention the war, Germany or the euro. Your skill at putting a first-class case for second-rate policies served us well in the old days before Gordon messed it all up. Now the issue is not the future Labour offers Britain, but the gloomier one Brexit offers you and me. I don’t want to diminish your enthusiasm for the cause but we must not open ourselves up to accusations of sexing up the EU or offering another dodgy dossier. This is an occasion when the hand of history must be portrayed as punching our people in the gut, rather than resting on the shoulders of you and I, or the rest of Britain’s elite.
There is little doubt that our Commons and Lords are being coordinated and manipulated by the EU, Blair, his associates, co-conspirators and other vested interests - and these actions are certainly not in the interests of the British people.