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The English constitutional crisis nobody’s talking about

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The English Constitution comprises written and unwritten founding legal and ethical principles which underpin the rule of law and define essential separations of power to ensure the people are protected from tyranny and that those that occupy positions of trust behave in a constitutionally proper way. English constitutional crisis. Lord Chancellor. Dominic Raab. Lord Chief Justice. British constitution.

The written constitutional statutes are the Magna Carta 1215, Bill of Rights 1688 /1689, the Act of Settlement 1701, Acts of Union 1707, Parliament Acts 1911 and more recently, the Human Rights Act 1998, the Scotland Act, the Northern Ireland Act and Government of Wales Act 1998 (devolution of powers). British constitutional principles. English constitutional crisis. Lord Chancellor.

Constitutional Law takes precedence over statutory administrative law. The Constitution cannot be repealed, the founding principles are ever present, and it is those in which economic, social and civil rights are based.

The written Constitution guarantees all civilians justice, originating the maxims and common law principles such as “qui iustitiam moratur iustitiam negat” (meaning he who delays justice denies justice)”, nemo judex in causa sua (I shall not judge my own cause), audi alteram partem (the right to a fair hearing) and actus curiæ neminem gravabit (acts of the court shall prejudice no one). The principle of natural justice at common law is ex debito justitiae (of or by reason of an obligation of justice). Everyone is entitled to a fair trial by independent tribunal.

Ubi jus ibi remedium (where there is a wrong, there is a remedy). The doctrine that if wronged, whether a criminal or civil wrong, everyone is entitled to a remedy and to seek redress in law. Punishment must fit the crime and must not be excessive or unusual, such as torture. Judgments must be exercised with compassion and mercy at every level. Lord Chief Justice. Lord Chancellor. English Constitutional crisis.

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To simplify, what came out of the historical evolution of the English constitution is formation of the rule of the law of the United Kingdom in statute as we know them today. English constitutional crisis.

The supremacy of the rule of law is one’s birthright, meaning a particular right of possession or privilege that every man and woman born in the United Kingdom acquires at birth.

The rule of law applies to everyone and all must be afforded equality at law and of the rights granted by those laws. The rule of law cannot discriminate.

The right to self-determination under the rule of law is the very fabric of the liberty of any democratic society and it is those founding principles originating from the written English Constitution which founded civilian rights. The statutory laws are not complex, they are taken as read and as such, everyone can determine what is lawful and what is not, according to those laws.

It is apparent to us, that it is these fundamental rights which the Tory administration seek to erode and diminish, yet it is they, the purportedly freely elected public officials and officers under the Crown, who are duty bound to act at all times in the public interest. Are they doing so?

Everyone has the right to be treated fairly by the State

The Human Rights Act 1998 (“HRA”) derived from the Bill of Rights was also adopted from the European Convention on Human Rights (“ECHR”), which is designed to protect human rights of people in countries that belong to the Council of Europe. All 47 Member States of the Council, including the UK, have signed the Convention.

After World War II, on 10 December 1948, a committee headed by Eleanor Roosevelt, the wife of US President Franklin D. Roosevelt created what is known as the General Assembly resolution 217 A. This is the worldwide milestone that “declares” the universal rights of which everyone worldwide is entitled. Today there are 192 Member States of the UN, all of whom have signed the treaty in which those States agreed in internationally binding law, the Articles of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (“UDHR”) .

Essentially, the HRA and the ECHR to make each State’s obligation under the UDHR statutory law to ensure that those States uphold the 30 Articles of the UDHR.

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Law is logic and logic must come first to ensure self determination under the rule of law

Logic must prevail before law, that is taken as read, for abidance by the law is about self determination and common sense.

What once made Britain “Great” was the integrity of the leadership and the administration of the rule of law. Fundamentally, these great qualities, which are essential to the nation have been diminished, leading to inequality at law and ultimately to gross human rights violations and lawlessness.

The English constitutional crisis under the Tory dictatorship – “Bad workmen blame their tools

The English leadership have proven, prevalently and more so in recent times, that they lack integrity, so that all they lead, the standards that they are to uphold, including the rule of law, has been subverted, damaging the Country’s international reputation and removing investor confidence.

The British people are being deprived of the right to fair and just governance. The law makers have become the law breakers and this goes across the board, from the parliamentarians and ministers to the judges administering the rule of law. The standards have nosedived.

It’s a case of the age old saying that “a bad workman always blames his tools”. It is the administration, the current Tory establishment who bring the problems, so they blame the laws.

The current Lord Chancellor, Dominic Raab stated in 2009 that I don’t support the human rights act, and I don’t believe in economic and social rights” now seeks to fix what was never broken.

A dangerous kleptocracy with Raab at the helm of the justice system

We have a man, who openly admits he has no respect for and does not support human, economic or social rights, affronting international human rights act, pledging to re-write the HRA to his own requirements. The acts by this Tory establishment are an affront to the English constitution and the rule of law itself. His position in office is untenable.

In all the mainstream media coverage, there’s a lack of any constructive rationalised debate when such issues are so critical to our democracy. The mainstreams have become the establishment’s propaganda machines, freedom of the press is as compromised as their positions in public office.

To cut a long story short, Raab wants to ensure that the European Court of Human Rights is done away with, so that the English courts have the final say over human rights issues. Is this in the public interest we ask? The answer is self-revealing.

In December 2020, The Lord Chief Justice himself was forced to admit that under the Tory kleptocracy there is “unprecedented political interference in courts” and that “there has been nothing quite like it in my experience“. The admission is testimony that the Lord Chief Justice and the Lord Chancellor, both current and former, have failed in their fundamental duties. They have broken the law, law that is conferred in section 3(1) of the Constitutional Reform Act 2005 where all Law Ministers and those with a responsibility over the justice system must “maintain the continued independence of the judiciary“.

What has happened since the Lord Chief Justice made those observations we ask? The answer is, it’s got a whole lot worse. The Law Ministers, the Attorney General, the Solicitor General and other key figures in the Tory establishment have built a bridge over the constitutional separation gap that should be between the courts, central government and the judiciary. Moreover, they have been coercing the judiciary to ensure they and their cronies are made above the law.

In short, under this kleptocracy, the courts lack impartiality and have become lawless places of injustice, inequality and human rights abuse. The police have become “puppets to the puppet masters” decimating criminal law, which is never enforced, and the regulators fail whatsoever to regulate. Wholesale misfeasance by public officials, against the public interest.

Freemasonry runs throughout the heart of the judiciary, the legal profession and the Tory leadership, providing a secretive network from which senior figures orchestrate and collude to ensure that members of the collective organisational structure, fellow brethren, are provided impunity. A culture of corruption prevails, compliance is rewarded, often with effectual bribery at the expense of taxpayer’s funds, whilst non-compliance is penalised.

Civil, criminal and constitutional law is administered “subject to status”, not what you know, or what you do, but who you are and who you know.

Fundamentally, it is the constitutional oaths of office and the lack of enforcement of those constitutional laws that are designed to protect the people from tyranny and human rights abuse that is never enforced and is being ridden roughshod over. Once again, it is entirely the fault of the administration, the Tory leadership, and not the laws themselves.

The oaths of public and judicial office

Our previous article addressed the all time constitutional importance of the judicial oath. It is the one statutory law that is designed to ensure that the judiciary administer the law impartially, “without fear, favour, affection and ill-will“. Failure to enforce that law, when a judge breaches his / her oath has led to thousands of innocent civilians being effectually mentally tortured and deprived of their right to equality at law, and of their rights to a fair trial, constituting gross human rights abuses by the State.

It is Raab, Burnett, the Lord Chancellor and Vos, the Master of the Rolls, we describe as the “three stooges” who are responsible, ultimately, for this decimation of the rule of law, the English constitution and the administration of justice. It is we, the people, who must hold them to account, for the Tory establishment no longer act in the public interest.

The Lord Chancellor, Raab, took oath to “respect the rule of law” and to “defend the independence of the judiciary” He has failed, wilfully, for it is he who has shown contempt for international law. By his own admission, he has no respect for human rights and it is human rights that protect the people, in the public interest. Likewise, all the Tory ministers responsible for the justice system have broken the law, they are failures and their contempt for the people and the public interest is blatant.

What happens we ask, when a judge breaches his / her oath, acting with ill-will, contrary to the law? We delved to find the answers.

Raab and Burnett are jointly responsible for disciplining the judiciary, they deliberately fail to do so. They have been recruiting fellow freemason only judges who will abide by the systemic corruption culture of secrecy and shared expectations in favour only of the collective organisational structure’s financial gain, and their affiliates, whilst everyone else is penalised.

Wilful failure of the Lord Chancellor and the Lord Chief Justice to regulate judicial conduct

We told Raab that the Judicial Conduct Investigations Office (“JCIO”) is a sham. They describe themselves as “an independent office which supports the Lord Chancellor and Lord Chief Justice in considering complaints about the personal conduct of judicial office holders“.

We phoned the JCIO and spoke with one of their most senior investigators. We asked, “what do you do about a judge that breaches his / her oath“. His answer was “nothing, because that is outside our remit”.

In order words, the one statutory law that is designed to regulate the conduct of the judiciary, section 4 of the Promissory Oaths Act 1868, is no longer enforced by the one purported regulatory authority designed to investigate allegations of judicial misconduct.

It is insanity in its own right that the one law that, once broken, vitiates one’s role in judicial office, is never even enforced, another testimony of failure by the State to administer the law and the constitutional standards.

We explained to the Lord Chancellor that the JCIO, the department under his control has deliberately curtailed it’s remit / scope of investigation down solely to four trivial issues and that all the day-to-day prolific judicial misconduct, such as acting with genuine bias, law breaking or misrepresentation, or malicious acts constituting abuse, is never investigated. We took a screen shot of the JCIO’s website showing their remit of investigation and what they don’t do:

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Any allegation that a judge has breached his oath, by acting with favour (bias), ill-will (malicious intent), or has failed to administer the law (misfeasance constituting breach of oath), is never investigated by the one authority with its function to do so.

Dozens of judicial abuse victims have come to Intelligence UK International seeking help. They all echo the same tune, whenever they reported acts of fraud or corruption by a judge to police, their complaints are always shut down. Each and all of those complainants have been told by police to go back to the JCIO. The system has been designed this way, to ensure that the judges are a law unto themselves, and that the complaints lose hope and run out of steam.

The “executioners” for the Tory kleptocracy are made above the law and the judicial oath no longer has any purpose. The administration have decimated the rule of law and English constitutional principles, now they seek to do away with the people’s fundamental rights.

The Lord Chancellor’s last letter to us contradicts his own department’s policy

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Misconduct in public office

Misconduct in public office is an offence at common law triable only on indictment. It carries a maximum sentence of life imprisonment.

The actus reus of the offence is complete when a public officer wilfully neglects to perform his or her duty and/or wilfully misconducts him or herself, to such a degree as to amount to an abuse of the public’s trust in the office holder; without reasonable excuse or justification.

We reiterate, the right to self-determination is the very fabric of the liberty of our democratic society and on that basis, we ask you, the people, do you consider that the Tory governance are guilty of misconduct in public office?

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