Where do you stand on the rule of law?

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Where do you stand on the rule of law?
« on: December 12, 2018, 06:33:30 PM »
Where do you stand on the rule of law?

 
Use: The Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties 1969 & 86
LEOLIN PRICE QC article in International Currency Review 2005 vol 30 no.4
THE VIENNA TREATY CONVENTION
Under the 1969 Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties there are two key provisions which authorise a signatory power to abrogate a bilateral or multilateral treaty unilaterally, without giving the stipulated notice.
A material change of circumstances has surfaced into the daylight, to begin with, following the death of Sir Edward Heath. It has been revealed that he was an agent for a foreign power, accepted corrupt payments for his services, and lied to the British people concerning the nature of the geopolitical trap into which he had been instructed by his handlers to lead them - and that he did all this on behalf of a foreign power which has all along disguised its continuing Nazi orientation.
 
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.
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.
 
Mrs J B
English Constitution Group
http://englishconstitutionalconvention.org/english-law/the-treason-allegations/
http://englishconstitutionalconvention.org/english-parliament/the-origins-rights-and-authority-of-parliament/


 
1. Where corruption has been demonstrated in respect of procuring the treaty in the first place, or in respect of any dimension of it's implementation.
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European Commission (EC) permits and is associated with corruption on a monumental scale, which the EU authorities have tried to cover up with declining success.
 
2.  Where there has been material change of circumstances.
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