Most people believe we in the UK live in a democracy – we don’t! Officially we operate as a Constitutional monarchy.

We actually live in an Elective Dictatorship; this can be proven by referring to the wording of the Parliament Act of 1911. The democratic process allows for a general election. If the party winning the election has a clear parliamentary majority it can (and does) convert to a dictatorship, it can do what it wants, including breaking any manifesto promises with absolute impunity. The only difference last time round is that it required a two-party coalition to achieve that majority. Prior to 1911 we had a tripartite system for passing laws, these were:

• The Monarch – with Royal Assent
• The House of Lords
• The House of Commons

This provided checks and safeguards, they have now gone, and government has total control. Except they only appear to have that control, power is really wielded behind the scenes by super-rich banking Oligarchs – we are really a plutocracy, some suggest a Kleptocracy. Our leaders are chosen for us and the 3 mainstream parties all follow the same agenda and orders. Changing a government is just like a Company changing its board of directors – the Company (Country) carries on in the same way.

Identical to democrats and republicans in the USA – no real choice. There is evidence to suggest the establishment plans to destroy the Liberal Democrat party (achieved at the May 7th 2015 election), their recent by-election and poll results suggest they are losing their support base rapidly. This may suit the PTB (Powers That Be) as then the UK would have only two major political parties, much easier to influence than three. The apparent rise in UKIP may be backfiring on them.

UK Politics

UK Separation of Powers Legislature – Parliament Executive – Prime Minister, Cabinet, Government Departments & Civil Service Judiciary – Courts Although the doctrine of separation of power plays a role in the United Kingdom’s constitutional doctrine, the UK constitution is often described as having “a weak separation of powers”. For example, in the United Kingdom, …

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US Politics

The table below represents the US federal budget spending in 2011. The leftmost figures represent the total amount in each row, and the rightmost represent the amount borrowed of the total, in all cases this amounts to 43% of the total. So effectively, for every dollar the US government spends, it borrows 43 cents of …

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EU Politics

I am not a member (citizen) of the European Union – because membership is determined by consent and I am withholding my consent to being governed by a foreign power, as per the declaration of rights and bill of rights 1689. The statement below is from the Declaration of Rights/Bill of Rights 1689. No foreign …

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New World Order (NWO)

World Governance/New World Order/Shadow Government The conspiracy theorists favourite subject. There is clearly plenty of evidence that there is a trend toward World governance, the EU and UN being the obvious visible evidence. The EU currently consists of 27 member states who are all in the process of surrendering national sovereignty, and with the sole …

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Forms of Government

Forms of Government Authoritarian – Authoritarian governments are characterized by an emphasis on the authority of the state in a republic or union. It is a political system controlled by unelected rulers who usually permit some degree of individual freedom. Anarchism – Sometimes said to be non-governance; it is a structure which strives for non-hierarchical …

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Collectivism is a vague term referring to almost any kind of sociopolitical/economic organization that gives precedence to the group over the individual. In other words, the individual is at all times expected to subordinate his or preferences for the greater good of the larger unit. The trouble with collectivism is that while the justification for …

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QUANGO’s and NGO’s

Quango or quango is an acronym meaning quasi-autonomous non-governmental organisation used chiefly in the United Kingdom and Ireland, but also elsewhere, to label an organization to which government has devolved power. In the United Kingdom the official term is “non-departmental public body” or NDPB. There are several worrying issues relating to QUANGOs, namely: They are staffed by …

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Common Purpose

Communitarianism is a political system that gives authority over individuals to unelected community “stakeholders”. A stakeholder is defined as a “group, person, organization or system” which can be just about anybody or anything. You’ll find the term used in just about every government and grant funded project in existence today. Forming partnerships with stakeholders is …

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Quotations – Politics

Politics Quotes  When the people fear the government there is tyranny, when the government fears the people there is liberty. Thomas Jefferson Politicians are like diapers; they need to be changed often and for the same reason. Mark Twain   I consider it completely unimportant who will vote, or how; but what is extraordinarily important …

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We in the UK have several options available to redress the UK loss of sovereignty and resisting the New World Order: Freeman On The Land (FOTL) Peaceful Lawful Rebellion (Magna Carta article 61) Commercial Redemption Affidavit Civil disobedience, strikes and withholding tax Escrow Account No sane person can seriously advocate violence of any kind, as …

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Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO)

The Shanghai Cooperation Organization or SCO  is a Eurasian political, economic and military organisation which was founded in 2001 in Shanghai by the leaders of China, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Russia, Tajikistan, and Uzbekistan. Except for Uzbekistan, the other countries had been members of the Shanghai Five, founded in 1996; after the inclusion of Uzbekistan in 2001, the members renamed the organisation. Afghanistan, India, Iran, Mongolia and Pakistan have observer status, and …

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