Tuesday, May 31, 2016

Oath of office...

Sign the petition HERE
If (and when, I hope) Leave wins, we could still be kept in the EU (as many of us suspect anyway). Here's how, text, partly edited, is borrowed from eforce on this Zero Hedge article: Brits "Appalled, Disgusted" At Brexit Postal Ballot 'Fraud' re, obviously, a probable Postal Vote stitch up in the coming EU Referendum. This info can also be confirmed HERE ("Was Britain Taken Into The EU Illegally?" on Vernon Coleman's interesting and informative website. I am also inclined to recall the Treason.

"The machinery to keep the UK as part of the EU was decided long before the referendum was announced. The referendum is just a safety valve to placate those citizens upset by the way they have little say in how their affairs are decided.

[Previously] one could go to the Royal Courts of Justice in the Strand and lay a complaint at common law that someone had caused you harm or loss. There would be no charge to lay such a complaint, neither would there be any court costs because as Magna Carta dictates - justice should be free and available to all. About that time Lord Levenson introduced his Guide to the Queens Bench (The Queen's Bench Guide - PDF) In this he describes the three different catagories of Queens Bench but omits the fourth, the common law court of record. Who knows precisely why he did that; but a fair guess is that any one UK resident could make a complaint at common law that his prime minister had caused him harm by giving away his sovereignty.

The judge in a common law court goes on his oath of office. If he does not follow precedent he can be sued. In all other courts although the man [...] is called a judge in law he is not a judge. He is just a clerk working for the company known as the ministry of justice. This is why they are called administrative courts which conduct the business of the court. These pretend judges cannot be sued because the rules of the business, a statute also called an act with exactly the same meaning as a stage act, created by parliament, has given these clerks a protected status. This means that they do not have to follow the rules of law that the rest of the population have to do. You might now understand why some very strange decisions are made by these pretend judges. One persistent man was able to get past the Clerks at Royal Courts of Justice but when he tried to present his case at common law, the judge said he had no jurisdiction because he refused to go on his oath of office.

You might now be wondering what this has to do with the referendum. It's because Cameron has already stated that he will use the Lisbon treaty to leave the EU if the vote is to leave. Bear in mind that when in opposition, Cameron rubbished the Lisbon treaty. He knows that it was designed by unelected bureaucrats to make it difficult for any country to leave and anyway is subject to qualified majority voting. After June the 23rd and we vote to exit the EU, the population will breathe a sigh of relief that it's all over and leave it to the politicians to get on with it; after all isn't that what we pay them for.?. This is where Cameron and Osborne are correct. All parties agree that it will take at least two years of negotiations during which time the uncertainty will cause the predicted depression in the economy. This will reverse most of the opinions of the leave group who will change their mind and agree to stay in. During which time Parliament will vote through the bill which is waiting in the wings, having already been debated and just waiting to be signed into law.

THIS ACT, not reported in the media, removes from the Queen the duty to veto a bill that is against her subject's sovereignty. You might be puzzling and wonder what this has to do with Parliament's duty to act in the public's interest. Wonder no more. Before 1972 when Prime Minister Edward Heath signed the Treaty of Rome for us to join the common market, now the EU. he asked the top law officer at the time the legal implications of signing the treaty. This man, the Lord Chancellor Lord Kilmuir described our constitution evolving from Magna Carta and even before, and wrote that giving away our sovereignty to another state would be illegal. Heath still signed it and misled parliament by stating that there was no loss of sovereignty. Before he died he admitted his conduct in his memoirs. Here an understanding of the international law of treaties will help you see what the government's problem is and what is really is motivating them. Any treaty where fraud or deception is used is immediately null and void. So since 1972 when more illegal treaties have been signed the government has kept this fact from you.

The letter was hidden under the thirty year rule but was prized from the archives by an activist. Then the government machine was cranked up to block any move to expose the subject to the public. The media know of the letter but dare not discuss it. The eurosceptic politicians know of the letter but will not admit in public to it's existence. So you have the British public in a state of confusion with all the lying statistics from both sides of the Brexit argument. Don't you think that their minds would be clarified if they knew that we had joined the EU by power mad controllers who lied to them?"

[See the letter and sign the petition HERE]

"If this petition gets to 10,000 before 23rd June, the government has to comment on it...

[...] Sign the petition. Get this letter's contents into the public domain and you can then demand that the treaties be declared null and void so that the laws that gave away our sovereignty back to 1972 would revert back to the position pertaining in 1972. Follow the thought through and you will realise that our exclusive 12 mile fishing boundary would be returned over night. Alright there might be some stock market jitters but the jitters felt by the other EU countries would cause them to consider what best suits them is for our trading arrangements to remain the same. The European army and other evils we could just walk away without too much trouble. So please do not let these politicians confuse you by their convoluted rhetoric. The matter is clear and simple. The EU treaties are against our laws. We the people need to get this fact out to one and all."

Sunday, May 29, 2016

Openly obtuse obvious opposite...

Amazingly obtuse [title edited 30/05/16]: Which side is this? "[ONE SIDE] had resorted to 'irresponsible and provocative oratory' on immigration and 'phantom fears with puffed-up false statistics and downright untruths'"... "...but added that he was 'dismayed by the way they have conducted this campaign, which I believe to have been a fraud on the British people. The very least the British public should expect from our politicians is that they be accurate and truthful. [ONE SIDE] offer a mixture of confused or distorted facts."
"'Their tactics are to ignore the arguments and abuse their critics. The British people deserve better. Voters are contemptuous of such evasion and political trickery.'"
John Major in the Mail on Sunday about the Leave campaign. [face-palm] John, you do see the irony, yes? Has he been listening to anything in the last couple of weeks? Even more ironic, he made it worse by hyperbole and lies of his own.

Update: Wow, it's all kicked off today: I agree with Nadine, not about BoJo, but that Cameron is toast. 

Saturday, May 28, 2016

Out, out, out! III...

No comment from Ows, just a great speech by David Davis [edited], posted in full on The Conservative Woman: "This week, the former Shadow Home Secretary and Europe Minister David Davis made a major intervention in the EU referendum debate. In a powerful speech, Davis set out exactly why a brighter future lies ahead for a Britain freed from the shackles of a supranational corpse that hasn’t created any jobs in the UK. Below is the speech in its entirety.":
"It is now exactly four weeks until the British people make the most momentous decision of modern times.

I rather wish that the standard of argument from the other side had lived up to the occasion.

In the past few weeks, the British people have been accused not only by the EU but by their own leaders here, shockingly, of being small-minded, ignorant, economically illiterate, and even ‘horrible racists’ for wanting to leave the EU.

They, we, have been bombarded with a plethora of scare tactics, and with myth after myth about the many miracles the European Union brings about and the disasters that will allegedly rain down on us if we leave.

Many of those supposed disasters have in fact been extraordinarily unsubtle threats, in which European countries threaten to act against their own interest to take revenge on us for the terrible sin of resigning from their club"
....one more snippet:
"To parody Groucho Marx, I wouldn’t want to be a member of any club who threatened to ruin me if I left it. Particularly when those threats have been so petulant and implausible."
Read it all HERE.

Friday, May 20, 2016

Optimistic online outlook...

The vote to Leave or Remain in the EU is hotting up. Interestingly the betters seem to have the Remain side winning easily (you'd think so with the with 99% of the Establishment plus the illegal use of tons of public and EU money AND every failed politician under the sun pushing that way) and most telephone polls also have Remain ahead. Strangely, when looking solely at online polls a completely different picture emerges: click on the picture to enlarge. Scrolling through the Political Betting blog you'll see most pointing towards a Remain win, including THIS craziness. However, online would be more anonymous and as we have seen before many people when polled are loathe to give their true thoughts; I think this is a very positive sign; things are hotting up but things are certainly not decided, either way. By the way, don't forget to Vote LEAVE!

Wednesday, May 18, 2016

One's ocracy obloquy...

Is tricking Queen Elizabeth II into lying a case of Treason? Today in the Queen's Speech Her Majesty said
"My ministers will uphold the sovereignty of Parliament and the primacy of the House of Commons."
This is patently and obviously untrue. 

The Treason Act 1351 - amended several times down the centuries - currently provides for four categories of treasonable offences, one of which is "if a man do levy war against our lord the King in his realm, or be adherent to the King's enemies in his realm, giving to them aid and comfort in the realm, or elsewhere".

All British nationals owe allegiance to the Queen in right of the United Kingdom; David Cameron and others - in their blind and damaging adherence to the alien and anti-democratic European Union are most definitely adherent to the Queen's enemies.

More details of previous treason by UK governments kowtowing to the EU at The British Gazette  HERE plus a handy letter already worded to send to the Police (beware, they may be complicit in this treason); but the LIE quoted above is beyond the pale. They may not hang given that New Labour's Crime and Disorder Act 1998 formally abolished the death penalty for treason and piracy but they should be imprisoned. 

Tuesday, May 17, 2016

Obtuse Obama...

"It took a while to prepare the paperwork for Obama's move. Guarantees were required that Obama would bring no pests, that Obama has no tapeworms etc." Hoho...this must be the ovine Obama...well, caprine actually [NYP]. This opening quote is from Dmitry Mezentsev who is Park Director at Primorsky Safari Park in Shkotovo Russia; they have recently received the new goat and named him Obama [NBC]. Apparently Russians use the term 'goat' as an insult to refer to someone who is obtuse or stubborn and the New York Post feels the name distasteful; they may have a point but I think I see where the zoo is coming from; Barack would seem more appropriate. Hat-tip: Weasel Zippers.

Saturday, May 14, 2016

Obvious omissions...

Bit late to this but had a busy week! Apparently the BBC has shown bias by omission...OK, I'm not late to that obvious news - [edit] having been whinging about their news and political coverage online for at least 10 years, ranting about it generally (especially things like Question Time etc - post 911 programme was the last straw) for at least 20 years and not paying the TV Tax for 13 years but even I was surprised by the level of bias shown now that a referendum for our EU membership is approaching:
"Voices favouring Britain’s exit from the EU have tended to be under-represented on Radio 4’s Today Programme. From March 2004 to July 2015, there were 4,275 guest speakers on EU themes. Just 3% of these were explicitly in favour of Britain’s withdrawal from the EU"
...and over a third of that 3% was Nigel Farage dozens of times! News Watch does a good job of listing a few other daily 'crimes' by the BBC like bias by selection and bias by preferential presentation. I have added this site to my side-bar (rather than Links page) to keep up with its excellent outing of Spin Central and broadcasting arm of the Guardian that is the BBC. :-)

Sunday, May 08, 2016

Ominous oro outing...

Just reading about what I mentioned a few years ago coming to the fore again: I wrote "If you have it, not on paper, if you have physical gold, hide it"...
"The same greedy disaster that has befallen the money market is happening to gold as well (and probably everything else) much as banks never have cash anywhere near the amount of money they lend, so too bullion banks hold only a tiny proportion of the gold they sell."
That was scary enough but the moment now seems to have arrived, maybe... ZeroHedge: "The Death Of The Gold Market", OK, so it's based on uno solo informe of ADMISI's Paul Mylchreest [Full 60 page Report: PDF] stating that the "'float' of physical gold in London (excluding gold owned by ETFs and central banks) has recently declined to +/- zero.". The ETFs mentioned [edit]: "Gold ETFs provide investors with exposure to gold by tracking the price changes of gold. This allows investors to profit from gold price changes without having to own the physical asset."...better if it is physical: if you own it you should be able touch it; put it under the cellar floor (and beware the gold-tungsten adultery). Just checked when I suggested buying big - Oro offers opportunity - 10 years exactly; after the initial jitters it's been all good. But moving will cost a fortune!

Saturday, May 07, 2016

Obvious 'opposition'...

Via Reuters: "This phenomenon is called negative partisanship"... ..."If we were trying to maximize the effect, we couldn't have found better nominees than Trump and Clinton." You got that right.

"It's going to get very, very negative"... order the popcorn.

Sunday, May 01, 2016

Obama obsessing over Obama...

Like him, love him, hate him or indifferent, the following Politico article [LINK] on Obama communications is worth a read (OK, you need to have an interest!): 'The Selling of Obama',
"When Obama himself has been asked about his administration's failures, he's harped on communication failures, and it’s been a consistent theme inside his White House. "Our policies are so awesome," he quipped to a few aides after a 2011 Roosevelt Room meeting. "Why can’t you guys do a better job selling them?" I interviewed more than two dozen current and former administration officials for this article, and at least a dozen told me some version of the internal joke that every problem in Obamaworld is a communications problem."
I've never thought much of him, the gross partisan bias offered by 99% of the US/UK MSM (especially the BBC this side of the water) made me suspicious and 'anti' from the word go. Nothing since has changed my opinion. Hailed as the Great Communicator I was unable to listen to more than a few sentences from Obama before switching off; what Politico calls the "president’s Spock-like, no-drama persona has also complicated his efforts to connect with the public" was exacerbated by his droning boring voice with constant drawn out pauses making it hard to pay attention. He's not alone, the modern political norm, designed to create an impression of gravitas, I imagine, is as highly overrated and overused as it is unsuccessful in its aim.

"He sees himself as a storyteller as well as a policymaker, and by his own admission, he hasn’t always told a persuasive story."...[face-palm]

Also of interest in the same vein: a great info-graphic (scroll down a bit) of make-up of the WH press lobby: 21% registered DEM (as against only 8% REP) but 86% of them think Clinton will be next POTUS.