Liberty Lib”er*ty (l[i^]b”[~e]r*t[y^]), n.; pl. Liberties
(-t[i^]z). [OE. liberte, F. libert[‘e], fr. L. libertas, fr.
liber free. See Liberal.]
1. The state of a free person; exemption from subjection to
the will of another claiming ownership of the person or
services; freedom; — opposed to slavery, serfdom,
bondage, or subjection.
Our forefathers worked long and hard, sacrificed much and in many cases shed their blood so that future generations could be guaranteed the continuation of our ancient Customs and Liberties, and the protection of our constitution.
Our key constitutional documents are these:
That Liberty they fought for included exemption from subjection by the State. This is now being undermined by a whole new raft of EU legislation, some of which is being manipulated through the UK parliament as we speak by what I can only refer to as traitors. All EU law undermines our constitution, all EU law undermines our rule of law, all EU law undermines our ancient Customs & Liberties as laid down by our consitituion, and its going to get worse.
Herman Van Rompuy said in a statement on economics: The EP and national parliaments both have a crucial role to play in legitimising future governance structures, he stressed, adding that a lack of legitimacy had been a flaw in the old stability and growth pact.
It is pleasing to hear direct from the horses mouth, the unelected Van Rompuy, that the EU, the unelected European Commission and its governance structures stand illegitimate.
We now discover that the judiciary, subjugated by politicians, ejected from our parliamentary structure, and no longer permitted to independently uphold our Common Law against these traitors, are in the main now part of variously open and secret networks across Europe in furtherance of the EU Project.
A new document has recently come to light, outlining some of the networks to which our judiciary have allowed themselves to become attached.
A draft working paper by Noreen O’Meara, PhD candidate, Queen Mary, University of London and Lecturer in Law, University of Surrey describes the context:
The role of the (EU) ‘national’ judge
Meanings, forms and patterns of ‘judicial dialogue’
The emergence of transnational judicial networks
It shows in some detail how our judiciary have been infiltrated, subjugated and our ancient Right & Customs are being trashed. To their shame.
The arrest of Judge Michael Peake in Birkenhead on the 7th March 2011 is likely to be the first of many, as the public begin to push back, realising that in so many cases our judiciary is no longer ‘acting under oath’ in the protection of our laws and customs, but playing the EU Corpus Juris legislative and administrative court game instead.
Battle has already commenced.