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The Czech government has signed the Lisbon Treaty. It is ratified. It gives Brussels 100% control over any and all aspects of Britain’s operation. Parliament is no longer sovereign. That freedom to self-determine has been stolen from the people and given to faceless, unknown suits in Brussels.
They can technically take control of anything in Britain. The EU Court has supremacy of any and all laws ever made in Parliament, from the Magna Carta to the Bill of Rights.
Over 1000 years of Parliamentary democracy has been destroyed by a socialist dictatorship. The government have actually signed away your lives, liberty and property to the EU. Without your permission.
It’s what Hitler would have wanted.
Note the media already trumpeting EU power, demanding British banks be split up, planning direct taxation to Brussels and who knows what else. The Lisbon Treaty allows for amendments, without having to put it to a vote, so do not surprised if they even suspend the theater of democracy in the coming months/ years.
If the EU have its way, there will never be another vote.
But there is a problem with this.
Ever since 1972 when the European Communities Act was signed, Parliament has existed in a state of Treason. Every EU Directive enforced by Parliament constitutes another Treasonous act against the people of Britain, that group who lends Parliament its sovereignty.
That is another point. Parliament cannot sign its sovereignty to anyone, because it does not belong to them to sign.
It belongs to us. Parliaments power only comes from the people. Consent has never been given for the actions of Parliament in the last few decades and remember, consent cannot be assumed, it must always be given.
Let there be no misunderstanding, by our own ancient laws, the government has been working to usurp the British people and the nation state. This categories them as enemies of Britain.
We exist in a state of war with the British government.
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