The conspiracy to defraud the People of Britain of their rights

We have a long
history in the
United Kingdom of both brutal feudal regimes and of
writing laws to protect the citizens, or subjects as they used to be called. 

It may be
remembered that it was rebel Lords who forced King John into signing the Magna
Carta which has been the base for many of our freedoms, the Bill of Rights guaranteed
us fundamental rights, and the Act of Union with Scotland primarily devised to
stop the bickering between the two nations enhanced those rights, with many
generations of Britons having fought and died to protect them.

It has for
centuries been the moral base that our laws, which distinguish the difference
between right and wrong in our society, the sense of fairness in
applying those laws and the rights of the individual have been paramount.
Hundreds of years of case law to hone and define those laws. 

In 6 short years
all that has been destroyed.

In 6 years over
80 Acts of Parliament have been passed which have stripped the citizens of Britain of the
fundamental right of innocence before proven guilt, stripped of the right of an
accused to be presented with the evidence, stripped of the right not to be
detained without charge, stripped of the right of a trial before a jury of our peers,
stripped of the right to silence, stripped of our right to freedom of movement
without let or hindrance, and in many cases stripped of our right of free
choice. 

How has this
happened.?  Is it the work of one man?

If it was the
work of one man, it would have been stopped in its tracks by the checks and
balances that we had in parliament before the reforms of the way in which both
Houses of Parliament now work, before the reform of the make-up of the House of
Lords. 

No, it is the
work of many, a movement of men and women who together have conspired to
defraud the people of this land of their rights, and centre power in a few in
Westminster, and perhaps beyond. 

How big this
conspiracy is, how far it extends, how far reaching are the conspirators, and
how many hangers on are involved, trying to back the winning side is unknown.  

The one thing
that is certain is that we could not have come so far down the road of authoritarianism
without such a conspiracy, perhaps through coercion and the complicity of many.
 

The silence of
the Opposition Parties to these changes are at the very least suspect, and as a minimum would
involve them in the complicity.  Indeed
it was an opposition whip who introduced a bill to allow government to work in
secret.

 

We are finding
that government now works with the arrogance of an elite party machine with little
regard to the wishes of Parliament, or indeed of Parliament itself.

Failing or
placing late documents before the Houses for scrutiny, passing new laws to
guarantee government working in secrecy.

Failing to
publish key reports such as the Interception of Communications Commissioner and
the Intelligence Services Commissioner reports for 2005, (which could possibly
prove this conspiracy). Failing to renew the DPA registrations of key services
such as the Police, which makes the
PNC and DNA illegal databases.

A Home Office
that does not know how many people have been re-arrested under terrorism laws,
how many people are in prison, where they are or how many have absconded.

A government that
has given itself the powers to introduce or change secondary legislation (in
effect to rule without parliament).

A government that
has forced the
BBC
to become a mouthpiece for policy, that dare not run critical stories, a
defacto state broadcaster.
 

A government that
appears to be hell bent on three things to the exclusion of all else. 

Criminalising
everything we do.

Collecting as
much information and data about us as possible.

Raw propaganda
campaigns on government policies, to terrify the public into compliance.
 

The correlation
between where we stand in this country right now, and Germany in 1937 as Hitler
began to tighten and consolidate his grip on that nation is undeniable,
frighteningly similar to the point of using virtually identical laws, and as in
Germany to teach Nationalism in our schools, to corrupt our children.

Sir Ken Macdonald
QC, Director of Public Prosecutions has confirmed our journey into a
totalitarian void and briefed the Criminal Bar Association on 23rd January 2007,
in a speech which you can read in full here, warned
of the dangers, warned that the failure of the judiciary to uphold our rights
and freedoms will be a catastrophe for this nation. 

We as citizens
have to hope that the Police and Judiciary are not part of this conspiracy, because
it is they alone that can identify, apprehend and bring to book those who wish
to see the population of this country managed and controlled by an
authoritarian state.

Removing our existing politicians is only one part of the solution, as it is rarely the case
that the instigators and builders of such authoritarian societies survive to
rule, for once having done their work they are of no further use, but it is the
mighty and powerful, the evil in the shadows that will eventually rule our
lives, unless we can uncover and expose this conspiracy, and take positive
steps to reverse this inexorable step towards totalitarian darkness for
Britain.

 

 

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About IanPJ

Ian Parker-Joseph, former Leader of the Libertarian Party UK, who currently heads PDPS Internet Hosting and the Personal Deed Poll Services company, has been an IT industry professional for over 20 years, providing Business Consulting, Programme and Project Management, specialising in the recovery of Projects that have failed in a process driven world. Ian’s experience is not limited to the UK, and he has successfully delivered projects in the Middle East, Africa, US, Russia, Poland, France and Germany. Working within different cultures, Ian has occupied high profile roles within multi-nationals such as Nortel and Cable & Wireless. These experiences have given Ian an excellent insight into world events, and the way that they can shape our own national future. His extensive overseas experiences have made him all too aware of how the UK interacts with its near neighbours, its place in the Commonwealth, and how our nation fits into the wider world. He is determined to rebuild many of the friendships and commercial relationships with other nations that have been sadly neglected over the years, and would like to see greater energy and food security in these countries, for the benefit of all. Ian is a vocal advocate of small government, individual freedom, low taxation and a minimum of regulation. Ian believes deeply and passionately in freedom and independence in all areas of life, and is now bringing his professional experiences to bear in the world of politics.
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0 Responses to The conspiracy to defraud the People of Britain of their rights

  1. Anonymous says:

    A fascinating (and worrying) essay. There's a very interesting looking conference in Canterbury coming up at the end of February: http://www.nclg.org.uk/nclg2007.htm . You may already know about it. I'm hoping to attend.