Repeal European Communities Act 1972 and subsequent EU Acts

To restore the UK to an independent nation state and save £7.6billion p.a by repealing the European Communities Act 1972 and subsequent EU Acts  enabling us to leave the European Union as soon as possible.

Why is this idea important?

To restore the UK to an independent nation state and save £7.6billion p.a by repealing the European Communities Act 1972 and subsequent EU Acts  enabling us to leave the European Union as soon as possible.

Euro Gravy Train

The Self employed of this country work very hard for themselves and for this country in the form of taxation.

I am 48 years old and have continually witnessed wastage and theft of the British taxpayer by the European Union. It is bad enough to have discovered the various ways that public money is squandered by local councils but to  see just how much money is poured into schemes by the E.U. with no accountability (literally) is the last straw. I am expected to fill in a tax return at my own expense and account for every receipt no matter how small.The MP's of this country do not have to do this and neither do the so called Euro M.P.s

I therefore believe that through the 'Freedom Bill' we have to abolish the European Communities Act of 1972 and 1973 and free the taxpayer of the worst excesses of fiscal abuse.

Why is this idea important?

The Self employed of this country work very hard for themselves and for this country in the form of taxation.

I am 48 years old and have continually witnessed wastage and theft of the British taxpayer by the European Union. It is bad enough to have discovered the various ways that public money is squandered by local councils but to  see just how much money is poured into schemes by the E.U. with no accountability (literally) is the last straw. I am expected to fill in a tax return at my own expense and account for every receipt no matter how small.The MP's of this country do not have to do this and neither do the so called Euro M.P.s

I therefore believe that through the 'Freedom Bill' we have to abolish the European Communities Act of 1972 and 1973 and free the taxpayer of the worst excesses of fiscal abuse.

Repeal the 1972 European Communities Act

Passing this Act was illegal against our 1,000 year old Constitution and it is helping, along with the other Treaties that have since been signed to destroy our culture, traditions and way of life.   

Our historic Constitution is made up of many parts including the Act of Supremacy in 1559.  This Act contained an Oath, part of which said: "No Foreign Prince, Person, State of Potentate, Hath or ought to have any Power, Jurisdiction, Superiority, Supremacy, or Authority Ecclesiastical or Spiritual in this Realm".

Included also within our Constitution is The Bill of Rights 1689, which states "Now it is a convention that no parliament can bind another.   So how could this Parliament bind successive parliaments for ever?  The answer is simple.  This Parliament was made up of the people's representatives.  The will of the people is supreme over both Parliament and the Sovereign.  Until such time as the representatives of the people meet to change the 1689 Bill of Rights, this Bill remains law".  Therefore as the Government is suggesting that we need a new Bill of Rights, this is unlawful against our Constitution as stated above, unless and until the people are consulted through their representatives and I do not mean our MPs!

 

 

 

 

Why is this idea important?

Passing this Act was illegal against our 1,000 year old Constitution and it is helping, along with the other Treaties that have since been signed to destroy our culture, traditions and way of life.   

Our historic Constitution is made up of many parts including the Act of Supremacy in 1559.  This Act contained an Oath, part of which said: "No Foreign Prince, Person, State of Potentate, Hath or ought to have any Power, Jurisdiction, Superiority, Supremacy, or Authority Ecclesiastical or Spiritual in this Realm".

Included also within our Constitution is The Bill of Rights 1689, which states "Now it is a convention that no parliament can bind another.   So how could this Parliament bind successive parliaments for ever?  The answer is simple.  This Parliament was made up of the people's representatives.  The will of the people is supreme over both Parliament and the Sovereign.  Until such time as the representatives of the people meet to change the 1689 Bill of Rights, this Bill remains law".  Therefore as the Government is suggesting that we need a new Bill of Rights, this is unlawful against our Constitution as stated above, unless and until the people are consulted through their representatives and I do not mean our MPs!

 

 

 

 

Repeal the 1972 European Communities Act

Edward Heath set up a conspiracy to subvert our ancient constitution and conspire with others to hand this country to a foreign power upon the signing of the EEC Act.  Every succeeding government has signed treaties with the EU surrendering our rights to govern ourselves under laws passed  by the Queen in Parliament.  The restrictions of the ability of the hereditary peerage to play their proper part in government, as defined by the constitution, constitutes a major crime. 

It is a fundamental part of our Constitution that Parliament may not surrender any of their rights to govern to a foreign power unless we have been defeated in war.  See the Act of Supremacy in 1559, which states: "No Foreign Prince, Person, State or Potentate, Hath or ought to have any Power, Jurisdiction, Superiority, Supremacy, or Authority Ecclesiastical or Spiritual in this Realm."

also words state, in  the 1689 Bill of Rights:  that "Now it is a convention that no parliament can bind another.  So how could this Parliament bind successive parliaments  for ever?  The answer is simple.  This parliament was made up of the people's representatives.  The will of the people is supreme over both Parliament and the Sovereign.  Until such time as the representatives of the people meet to change the 1689 Bill of Rights, this Bill remains law".  Therefore it is not within the jurisdiction of Parliament to alter any part of The  Bill of Rights. 

 

Why is this idea important?

Edward Heath set up a conspiracy to subvert our ancient constitution and conspire with others to hand this country to a foreign power upon the signing of the EEC Act.  Every succeeding government has signed treaties with the EU surrendering our rights to govern ourselves under laws passed  by the Queen in Parliament.  The restrictions of the ability of the hereditary peerage to play their proper part in government, as defined by the constitution, constitutes a major crime. 

It is a fundamental part of our Constitution that Parliament may not surrender any of their rights to govern to a foreign power unless we have been defeated in war.  See the Act of Supremacy in 1559, which states: "No Foreign Prince, Person, State or Potentate, Hath or ought to have any Power, Jurisdiction, Superiority, Supremacy, or Authority Ecclesiastical or Spiritual in this Realm."

also words state, in  the 1689 Bill of Rights:  that "Now it is a convention that no parliament can bind another.  So how could this Parliament bind successive parliaments  for ever?  The answer is simple.  This parliament was made up of the people's representatives.  The will of the people is supreme over both Parliament and the Sovereign.  Until such time as the representatives of the people meet to change the 1689 Bill of Rights, this Bill remains law".  Therefore it is not within the jurisdiction of Parliament to alter any part of The  Bill of Rights.