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Remembrance Sunday and the EU
« on: October 27, 2014, 09:52:46 PM »


This letter has been circulated

 

Dear Prime Minister David Cameron,

Seeing you sporting the representation of blood spilled in two World Wars, on your lapel sickens me, because it represents sacrificed life to keep our country out of the clutches of the predatory nations we fought against, in order to keep our country able to manage it’s own affairs.

 

Meanwhile you are still lying to us about what you can do within the EU every day, and trying to keep us in those very same powers clutches, insulting the sacrifices of those men and women, which is grossly hypocritical, rendering your position untenable and the lowest of the low in my eyes. (1.  See the EU Commission’s own enabling clause below – you have no power to change things!)

 

Those forces fought for you, but you will not stand up to fight for this country by withdrawing from EU, and making sure we can manage our own affairs without interference from our illegal membership of the EU, which is impoverishing this nation.

 

Your perfidy in maintaining this position when there is legislation to remove us from the EU without penalty, is ignorant at best, and treacherous at worst.

 

Our parliament has been Null and Void, since the European Communities Act 1972 was entered into illegally, against every Constitutional restraint and under coercion, making the ECA1972 void and of no legal force (2. see Vienna Convention extracts below).

No parliament may bind it’s successors, yet no parliament since 1972 has corrected this treason against Queen and people, while more and more taxpayers' money is  poured into the failed corrupt EU experiment illegally according to the Government Resources and Accounts Act 2000 (3. see extracts below).

 

1.  Commission’s enabling clause hidden under disingenuous gobbledygook (Who decides what is urgent? Who exactly do they consult? Do they really care about ‘burdens’ on members?):

LISBON TREATY

C 306/150 EN Official Journal of the European Union 17.12.2007

PROTOCOL
 
ON THE APPLICATION OF THE PRINCIPLES OF SUBSIDIARITY

AND PROPORTIONALITY
 
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Article 1
 
Each institution shall ensure constant respect for the principles of subsidiarity and proportionality, as laid down in Article 3b of the Treaty on European Union.
 
Article 2
 
Before proposing legislative acts, the Commission shall consult widely. Such consultations shall, where appropriate, take into account the regional and local dimension of the action envisaged. In cases of exceptional urgency, the Commission shall not conduct such consultations. It shall give reasons for its decision in its proposal.

Article 5

Draft legislative acts shall be justified with regard to the principles of subsidiarity and proportionality. Any draft legislative act should contain a detailed statement making it possible to appraise compliance with the principles of subsidiarity and proportionality. This statement should contain some assessment of the proposal's financial impact and, in the case of a directive, of its implications for the rules to be put in place by Member States, including, where necessary, the regional legislation. The reasons for concluding that a Union objective can be better achieved at Union level shall be substantiated by qualitative and, wherever possible, quantitative indicators. Draft legislative acts shall take account of the need for any burden, whether financial or administrative, falling upon the Union, national governments, regional or local authorities, economic operators and citizens, to be minimised and commensurate with the objective to be achieved.
 
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2. Under the   (If the provisions of the founding treaty ECA1972 are void and have no legal force neither do those that were ratcheted and built up on it )

1969 and 1986 Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties
PART V   
SECTION 2. INVALIDITY OF TREATIES

Article 49

Fraud
 
If a State has been induced to conclude a treaty by the fraudulent conduct of another negotiating State, the State may invoke the fraud as invalidating its consent to be bound by the treaty.
 

Article 50

Corruption of a representative of a State
 
If the expression of a State’s consent to be bound by a treaty has been procured through the corruption of its representative directly or indirectly by another negotiating State, the State may invoke such corruption as invalidating its consent to be bound by the treaty.

Article 51

Coercion of a representative of a State
 
The expression of a State’s consent to be bound by a treaty which has been procured by the coercion of its representative through acts or threats directed against him shall be without any legal effect.

SECTION 3. TERMINATION AND SUSPENSION OF THE OPERATION OF TREATIES  (extract)
 
Article 62

Fundamental change of circumstances

1. A fundamental change of circumstances which has occurred with regard to those existing at the time of the conclusion of a treaty, and which was not foreseen by the parties, may not be invoked as a ground for terminating or withdrawing from the treaty unless:
 
(a) the existence of those circumstances constituted an essential basis of the consent of the parties to be bound by the treaty; and
 
SECTION 5. CONSEQUENCES OF THE INVALIDITY, TERMINATION OR SUSPENSION OF THE OPERATION OF A TREATY

Article 69

Consequences of the invalidity of a treaty
 
1. A treaty the invalidity of which is established under the present Convention is void. The provisions of a void treaty have no legal force.

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3.   Under

Government Resources and Accounts Act 2000

'Section 6 (1) (a, b & c) and 6 (3) (a & c) Resource accounts scrutiny' and 7 (4) (a,b & c) 'other departmental accounts' of that act which are relevant to the EU accounts not being signed off by auditors and constituting corruption and fraud:
 

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6. Resource accounts: scrutiny.
 
(1) The Comptroller and Auditor General shall examine any resource accounts which he receives from a department under section 5(5) with a view to satisfying himself—

(a) that the accounts present a true and fair view,

(b) that money provided by Parliament has been expended for the purposes intended by Parliament,

(c) that resources authorised by Parliament to be used have been used for the purposes in relation to which the use was authorised, and

(d) that the department’s financial transactions are in accordance with any relevant authority.

(3) Where the Comptroller and Auditor General has conducted an examination of accounts under subsection (1)—

(a) he shall certify them and issue a report,

(b) he shall send the certified accounts and the report to the Treasury not later than 15th January of the financial year following that to which the accounts relate, and

(c) if he is not satisfied of the matters set out in subsection (1)(a) to (d), he shall report to the House of Commons.

7. Other departmental accounts.
 
(1) The Treasury may direct a government department to prepare for each financial year accounts in relation to any specified matter.

(2) Accounts under subsection (1) shall be prepared in accordance with directions issued by the Treasury.

(4) The Comptroller and Auditor General shall carry out his examination of accounts under subsection (3)(b) with a view to satisfying himself—

(a) that money provided by Parliament has been expended for the purposes intended by Parliament,

(b) that resources authorised by Parliament to be used have been used for the purposes in relation to which the use was authorised, and

(c) that the department’s financial transactions are in accordance with any relevant authority.

 

Information courtesy of Ashley Mote

 

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The evidence and grounds to invoke the above legislation can be found on:

http://www.englishconstitutiongroup.org

 

I demand that you restore this country’s Constitutional Royal Law and Common Law enshrined in Her Majesty’s Coronation Oath, and discard Corpus Juris, all and any Acts, laws and regulations, which have been imposed on this country by the EU in any of it’s guises.

 

Time to take the country back for the people of this country, and close down the sale of the country’s assets to private ownership and foreign buyers, something Edward III tried to guard against in his wisdom.

 

yours sincerely

Mrs Jane Birkby
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Good! Well written
Harry Beckhough

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A good letter Jane.
 Cameron should be told that he does actually have the power to change things by backing the people of this country and upholding its Constitutional Laws. It doesn't matter a damn what the EU says in its tyrannical articles and regulations, this is our country and we need him to either support us or he will be hanged for his treason.

 Jack




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