Say "NO" To The EU Extortion Enough Is Enough
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In the year of 1972 the European Communities Act was created and this began our "Unlawful" entry in to the EEC (European Economic Community) and what is now the "European Union". In January 1973 Edward Heath "Illegally" joined the UK to the EU formally known as the EEC (European Economic Community).
Why was it illegal?
In 1961 & 1969, the UK government tried to enter the UK as a member country of the then EEC (European Economic Community) and failed due to the veto from French president Charles de Gaulle. Between the 1960's and the 1970's Britain's economy was flaky and in 1961 & 1973 - 1975 the United Kingdom faced recession. By 1973 we were in "Debt" and had no money as a country, we needed help desperately and Europe offered this according to the then government upon reasoning of entering our country into the EEC. What really happened however, was that Heath and a select few saw what they thought was an opportunity. A way to make "Britain" great again, a way to being a world leader. Heath was warned by he Lord Chancellor, Lord Kilmuir, that membership would mean the end of parliamentary sovereignty and what is now the end of the United Kingdoms sovereignty.
This was a change to the "unwritten" constitution of the United Kingdom, formed of Acts of Parliament, court judgments and conventions. This meant that our entry into the EEC (European Economic Community) would require a public consultation first, as our laws and rule was being changed from being domestic to foreign power. However the British public was not consulted and in January 1973 we became a member of the EEC (European Economic Community). For the United Kingdom and its sovereign nationality, this meant that we became bound by the "Treaties" that were in place that formed the EEC rules. 1951 Treaty of Paris & 1957 Treaties of Rome.
The recent case of R (Miller) v Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union, James Lisbon solicitor for Gina Miller argued in court on the grounds similar to what is written above, that indeed the 1972 European Communities Act was illegal. This was on the basis of his defense, when the legality of the entry of the UK was brought into question.
In 1975 a referendum was held by the then government "Labour", who part of their manifesto offered the British public a vote on "Continued" membership of the EEC (European Economic Community). Labour pledged in its February 1974 manifesto to renegotiate the terms of British accession to the EC, and then to consult the public on whether Britain should stay in the EC on the new terms, if they were acceptable to the government.
Since our "illegal" inception into the now EU (European Union) in 1973, we've been ruled by a foreign elite who are not democratically voted in by the people of the European Union. This is done by our MEP's, who most of the time are like our politicians in parliament and don't listen to their voters and our main representation isn't the person who got the most votes, but whoever is put to the post by our government. So the likes of Nigel Farage who gained the majority vote as an MEP, isn't truly the representation of this country.
Right up until 2007 the UK retained sovereignty and the Queen remained our sovereign ruler, however in 2007 The Treaty of Lisbon was signed by the UK and came into force on 1st December 2009. This was the pinnacle end to the right to rule and became the end of the UK's sovereign rights as a nation. We became no longer ruled by a monarchy, as the Labour government forced the Queen ti sign over the rights to a foreign rule. This is backed up with International Law, whereby a country has to give up its own sovereign rule in order for the laws of Europe to be legal. In other words, under International Law, European Law has no grit and it is worthless unless a country is no longer sovereign. In 2009 as with every member state of the European Union, we gave up our right to rule and be a "FREE" nation in favor of foreign rule.
Since 1973 we've paid in around half a trillion pounds to the EU (European Union) and according to some figures a further 100 billion in the next 5 years. This also doesn't cover what we've handed out in Bailouts during the last 10 years of austerity.
Don't take my word for it, research the answers yourself and you will see that what I say is the truth. During the next 2 years, due to the fact we didn't use the full Article 50 we will continue contributing to the EU (European Union) until the day we leave. This means over the next two years (possibly even further if we have a transitional period of 2 years, even though under the Lisbon Treaty it is supposed to be over and done within the 2 years notice), we will be paying a further 40 billion into the budget of the the EU (European Union).
Should we be paying anything further to the EU (European Union) in regards to our "Bill", this imaginary bill that seems to support the idea of paying for something we won't have access to and after we've left?
The Answer is NO!
We will have paid our share right up till the day we leave and our contract with the EU (European Union) is at an end. This is like asking do we continue paying for a mobile phone bill, when the contract has ended and we are no longer with that company.
We as the public need to stand our ground and let our voices be heard, politicians are our representation and therefore should be working towards what we ask of them and not to appease a members only club that want to extort us as a country. We need to stand up and say enough is enough, because this our country just as much as it is theirs. It however doesn't mean they can run our business the way they see fit, they are supposed to run it the way we ask them to as our representation.
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