Democracy? – just where do you think decisions are made?

The British public are still under the illusion that they live in a democracy. We are told that because we get to vote for elected representatives, that is democratic.

Well that’s true, to an extent. It only becomes true if those whom we elect are in a position to make the decisions that govern our lives, but if the decision making takes place elsewhere, and our elected representatives, both local and national are merely empowered to enable and enact those decisions the governmental system that we live under can hardly be called a democracy.

So lets take a look at who makes the decisions, and it is worth noting that all of the groups that I will outline below consider themselves to be democratically elected bodies. I guarantee that apart from three partial exceptions, you have not voted for any of them.

Local Councillors

Partial Exception No.1. You think these guys & gals run your town? On average they only have control over 15% of a local authority budget, and even then it is more down to disbursements rather than real decision making about how those funds are spent. The rest is controlled by the ‘Local Authority Ltd’, the council executive run by the CEO, and is responsible for enabling or enacting decisions, policies and service contracts which are made at National level by UK government, or by the EU via the Committee of the Regions.

UK Parliament, Scottish Parliament, Welsh Assembly Government, North Ireland Assembly.

Partial Exception No.2. Westminster. Lots of talking, lots of debating but over 70% of the policy decisions are made elsewhere, mainly in Brussels, but also from other sources on an International basis.

Wales, Scotland & NI have the vast majority of their policies & decisions written either in London or Brussels, so for all the cost, energy and showmanship that goes into those bodies, they are really only arguing over localisation and presentational issues, not the substance.

Only 30% or less of UK law is now derived from UK sources. The rest is the enabling or enactment of decisions taken by other bodies.

The European Parliament

This is the last of the partial exceptions. Yes, you did vote for them, and they are sitting in Brussels/Strasbourg debating and voting on your behalf. BUT… they are only enacting and enabling decisions that were taken elsewhere, i.e. the unelected EU Commission and the Council of Ministers.

MEPs do not have the right or power to raise new laws themselves, only to vote on what is put in front of them.

And that as far as most people are concerned is it, apart from the bigger local stuff such as County Councils, Unitary Authorities, Regional Assemblies and RDAs, although as before they are only bodies who enact the decisions, they don’t make them.

And don’t even get me started on the myriad networks of taxpayer funded fake charities that lobby, cajole and lie to get many of these policies pushed through by social engineering.

You must already be thinking just how many layers are there, and why am I paying for so many levels of government, but wait.., we are far from finished yet, and yes, you ARE paying for all the above and heavily for what you will see below.

So lets start looking at the bodies who make those decisions that your elected representatives are forced to enable and enforce at your expense.

Major regional parliaments and parliamentary assemblies

Name First session Direct election
Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe 1949 N/A
European Parliamentary Assembly 1952 1979
Assembly of WEU 1955 N/A
NATO Parliamentary Assembly 1955 N/A
Parliamentary Assembly of OSCE 1992 N/A
Arab Parliament 2001 N/A
Pan African Parliament 2004 N/A
Mercosur Parliament 2007 2014 (planned)

Notice all the N/A (not applicable) labels against the heading of direct election. These are the unelected ones who make the decisions that our elected officials must push through.

So how many of these major ‘parliamentary’ bodies make decisions that have a direct impact on your lives, that you have no recourse to? Well, believe it or not, its 7 of the 8 bodies listed here (the Mercosur Parliament in S.America is still reasonably embryonic), with the EU parliament only having partial recourse.

The Arab Parliament makes decisions that affect us all with Treaties with the EU, and of course the Pan African Parliament is getting into bed with the EU assisting in the formation of the link body The Mediterranean Union under the Barcelona agreement.

You may also like to note that virtually all senior members of all of these bodies are socialist. This is international socialism hard at work.

No-body voted for them yet they are all happily spending your tax money, making decisions about your lives, laws, regulations, banking, trade, farming, energy, military and much more (just click the links and read, you will see just how much).

But they are all pre-cursors to the ultimate planned international socialist parliamentary body of all.

The United Nations Parliamentary Assembly.

Still in the planning stage but nearing completion, this is the ultimate in One World Government. They even have their flag and logo made up ready.

The Campaign for the Establishment of a United Nations Parliamentary Assembly (CEUNPA) is a global network of more than 270 non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and 700 parliamentarians from around 140 countries devoted to establishing a United Nations Parliamentary Assembly

Whilst the engineered ‘Global Banking Crisis’ is happily transferring the assets of commercial banks into the hands of Central Banks, which one by one are in turn are handing their economic sovereignty over to the IMF & World Bank (both children of the UN), nations are losing their right to self determination to these regional ‘parliaments’, these unelected bodies, as well as our own so called democratic governments are nudging you and ultimately forcing you into this structure of One World Government, Geo-Political Parliaments and Regions.

Democracy? Good-bye Nation States.

Anyone ask you? Nah, shut up and just keep on paying…but be warned. These are the same peoples who as we write are meeting in Cancun, deciding your future, after the last attempt in Copenhagen failed.

The battle for humanity is underway. After they have the money and the power they will embark upon that course of action that I discussed yesterday. I spoke of their policies which will lead to war, but this will be on a scale this planet has never seen before.  Global population reduction is on the agenda.

You will be forced to choose. You will either be with them, or against them. That is why your personal details, dna, fingerprints, biometric data is so very important, its why control of the media and internet is important, its why seed banks have been built in nuclear bunkers in the arctic.

Read the Rio declaration, the Club of Rome, it spells out in detail where they are leading you all.

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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    Excellent post Ian. Alex Jones has been referring to this as the Quickening and I think he is right. We are face to face with the NWO right now and our liberties and lives are at stake. The problem is a lot of the sheeple are still asleep.

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