United we stand,divided we fall

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United we stand,divided we fall
« on: December 12, 2018, 06:49:31 PM »
n the eighties Canada got the Canada Act, New Zealand got a new Constitution Act, in Australia we got the Australia Act 1986.
This was all done by Political Parties because the English Political Parties joined the European Union.
England, Canada, New Zealand and Australia are all under a Constitutional Monarchy system.
Political Parties only represent themselves under their own Political Party Constitutions. = TREASON
You want me to
"So, I hope you will join me and my party to SAVE THE UNITED KINGDOM, for
UNITED WE STAND, AND DIVIDED WE FALL. You both have great attributes
to contribute to the IVAN PARTY. I hope you will join the BATTLE FOR BRITAIN."

Founding and Primary Law Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act 1901 as Proclaimed and Gazetted.   It’s only 22 pages , READ IT
Re Wakim [1999] HCA 27 (17 June 1999)
KIRBY J. : “ A legislature cannot, by preambular assertions, recite itself into constitution power where none exists. ”
Part II – The Senate
7 The Senate
          The Senate shall be composed of senators for each State, directly chosen
          by the people of the State, voting, until the Parliament otherwise provides,
          as one electorate.       NOT BY POLITICAL PARTIES
Part III – The House of Representatives
24 Constitution of House of Representatives
          The House of Representatives shall be composed of members directly
          chosen by the people of the Commonwealth, and the number of such
          members shall be, as nearly as practicable, twice the number of the
          senators.         NOT BY POLITICAL PARTIES
The Political Parties are the problem.
The English political parties joined the European Union  -  the people didn’t.
The Political Parties are under European Union Law NOT the Constitutional and Common Law of England.
Your Courts and ours are under Political Party Rule, NOT the law of the land and people
Your BATTLE FOR BRITAIN as you call it should be a battle for the
Commonwealth of Nations under
the United Kingdom.
Political Parties are TOTAL WILFUL TREASON.
Read the Attachment
I. DemoCraCY We recognise the inalienable right of individuals to participate in  democratic processes, in particular through free and fair elections in shaping the society in which they live. Governments, political parties and civil society are responsible for upholding and promoting democratic culture  and practices and are accountable to the public in this regard. Parliaments and representative local governments and other forms of local governance are essential elements in the exercise of democratic governance. We support the role of the Commonwealth Ministerial Action Group  to address promptly and effectively all instances of serious or persistent violations of Commonwealth values without any fear or favour.
II. hUman rIGhtS We are committed to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and  other relevant human rights covenants and international instruments.  We are committed to equality and respect for the protection and promotion of civil, political, economic, social and cultural rights, including the right  to development, for all without discrimination on any grounds as the foundations of peaceful, just and stable societies. We note that these rights are universal, indivisible, interdependent and interrelated and cannot  be implemented selectively. We are implacably opposed to all forms of discrimination, whether rooted in gender, race, colour, creed, political belief or other grounds.
III. InternatIonal  peaCe anD SeCUrItY We firmly believe that international peace and security, sustainable economic growth and development and the rule of law are essential to the progress and prosperity of all. We are committed to an effective multilateral system based on inclusiveness, equity, justice and international law as the best foundation for achieving consensus and progress on major global challenges including piracy and terrorism. We support international efforts for peace and disarmament at the United Nations and other multilateral institutions. We will contribute to the promotion of international consensus on major global political, economic and social issues. We will be guided by our commitment to the security, development and prosperity of every member state. We reiterate our absolute condemnation of all acts of terrorism in whatever form or wherever they occur or by whomsoever perpetrated,  with the consequent tragic loss of human life and severe damage to political, economic and social stability. We reaffirm our commitment to work together as a diverse community of nations, individually, and collectively under the auspices and authority of the United Nations, to take concerted and resolute action to eradicate terrorism.
IV. toleranCe, reSpeCt  anD UnDerStanDInG We emphasise the need to promote tolerance, respect, understanding, moderation and religious freedom which are essential to the development  of free and democratic societies, and recall that respect for the dignity  of all human beings is critical to promoting peace and prosperity. We accept that diversity and understanding the richness of our multiple identities are fundamental to the Commonwealth’s principles and approach.
V. freeDom of eXpreSSIon We are committed to peaceful, open dialogue and the free flow of information, including through a free and responsible media, and to enhancing democratic traditions and strengthening democratic processes.
VI. SeparatIon of powerS We recognise the importance of maintaining the integrity of the roles  of the Legislature, Executive and Judiciary. These are the guarantors in  their respective spheres of the rule of law, the promotion and protection  of fundamental human rights and adherence to good governance VII. rUle of law We believe in the rule of law as an essential protection for the people of the Commonwealth and as an assurance of limited and accountable government. In particular we support an independent, impartial, honest and competent judiciary and recognise that an independent, effective and competent legal system is integral to upholding the rule of law, engendering public confidence and dispensing justice.
VIII. GooD GoVernanCe We reiterate our commitment to promote good governance through the  rule of law, to ensure transparency and accountability and to root out, both at national and international levels, systemic and systematic corruption.
IX. SUStaInaBle DeVelopment We recognise that sustainable development can help to eradicate poverty  by pursuing inclusive growth whilst preserving and conserving natural ecosystems and promoting social equity. We stress the importance of sustainable economic and social transformation to eliminate poverty and meet the basic needs of the vast majority of the people of the world and reiterate that economic and social progress enhances the sustainability of democracy. We are committed to removing wide disparities and unequal living standards as guided by internationally agreed development goals. We are also committed to building economic resilience and promoting social equity, and we reiterate the value in technical assistance, capacity building and practical cooperation in promoting development. We are committed to an effective, equitable, rules-based multilateral trading system, the freest possible flow of multilateral trade on terms fair and equitable to all, while taking into account the special requirements of small states and developing countries. We also recognise the importance of information and communication technologies as powerful instruments of development; delivering savings, efficiencies and growth in our economies, as well as promoting education, learning and the sharing of culture. We are committed to strengthening its use while enhancing its security, for the purpose of advancing our societies.
X. proteCtInG  the enVIronment We recognise the importance of the protection and conservation of our natural ecosystems and affirm that sustainable management of the natural environment is the key to sustained human development. We recognise  the importance of multilateral cooperation, sustained commitment and collective action, in particular by addressing the adaptation and mitigation challenges of climate change and facilitating the development, diffusion and deployment of affordable environmentally friendly technologies and renewable energy, and the prevention of illicit dumping of toxic and hazardous waste as well as the prevention and mitigation of erosion  and desertification.
XI. aCCeSS to health, eDUCatIon, fooD  anD Shelter We recognise the necessity of access to affordable health care, education, clean drinking water, sanitation and housing for all citizens and emphasise the importance of promoting health and well-being in combating communicable and non-communicable diseases. We recognise the right of everyone to have access to safe, sufficient and nutritious food, consistent with the progressive realisation of the right  to adequate food in the context of national food security.
XII. GenDer eQUalItY We recognise that gender equality and women’s empowerment are  essential components of human development and basic human rights.  The advancement of women’s rights and the education of girls are critical preconditions for effective and sustainable development.
XIII. ImportanCe of YoUnG people In the Commonwealth We recognise the positive and active role and contributions of young  people in promoting development, peace, democracy and in protecting  and promoting other Commonwealth values, such as tolerance and understanding, including respect for other cultures. The future success of  the Commonwealth rests with the continued commitment and contributions of young people in promoting and sustaining the Commonwealth and its values and principles, and we commit to investing in and promoting their development, particularly through the creation of opportunities for youth employment and entrepreneurship.
XIV. reCoGnItIon of the  neeDS of Small StateS We are committed to assisting small and developing states in the Commonwealth, including the particular needs of small island developing states, in tackling their particular economic, energy, climate change and security challenges, and in building their resilience for the future.
XV. reCoGnItIon of the neeDS  of VUlneraBle StateS We are committed to collaborating to find ways to provide immediate  help to the poorest and most vulnerable including least developed countries, and to develop responses to protect the people most at risk.
XVI. the role  of CIVIl SoCIetY We recognise the important role that civil society plays in our communities and countries as partners in promoting and supporting Commonwealth values and principles, including the freedom of association and peaceful assembly, and in achieving development goals.
We are committed to ensuring that the Commonwealth is an effective association, responsive  to members’ needs, and capable of addressing the significant global challenges of the future. We aspire to a Commonwealth that is a strong and respected voice in the world, speaking  out on major issues; that strengthens and enlarges its networks; that has a global relevance and profile; and that is devoted to improving the lives of all peoples of the Commonwealth.

Signed by His Excellency Kamalesh Sharma, Commonwealth Secretary-General,  14 December 2012, on which day Commonwealth Heads of Government  adopted the Charter of the Commonwealth

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