The British Declaration of Independence

I found this on someone elses blog. An Englishman named Martin Cole who used to live in Switzerland but has come over here to help push independence for our islands.

It looks interesting and, providing there are some members of parliament who have honour in all the parties, it might be well worth our while to actually get off our arses and go and vote at the next General Election.

Here’s what you do if you think it is important for us to rule ourselves and retain our democracy.

Take note of all the candidates of all the parties to see who have signed this declaration. Then put a tick against your parties representative only if he or she has signed the declaration.

If they haven’t, choose the candidate whose ideas are nearest to yours.

It doesn’t matter who gets in if the majority of MPs who do get in have signed this declaration.

Finally Something to Vote For!

The British Declaration of Independence

· 1. The election tool called The British Declaration of Independence will succeed because it is based on three powerful elements: A Declaration which is worded to have real constitutional power; a signed document which irrevocably commits candidates to voting for the Declaration Bill when they get to Parliament; a voter petition which makes clear to candidates how many votes are available to them if they sign the Declaration.

· 2. The British Parliament has delegated law-making to foreign powers – without the clear knowledge or specific permission of the sovereign British people.

· 3. This happened when a cross party coalition of MPs, misinformed and under duress, passed an Act of Parliament. This situation will only be reversed and British sovereign power confirmed through another Act of Parliament – almost certainly passed by another cross party coalition of MPs.

· 4. The people have the power to elect that coalition of MPs – by voting ONLY for those candidates who, regardless of party, commit irrevocably to asserting British Sovereignty.

· 5. By signing The British Declaration of Independence MPs commit, before being elected – and on pain of resignation – to passing an Act of Parliament which will do just that.

· 6. The difficulty for voters in the past has been identifying those individual candidates. Many candidates have trumpeted sovereignty before an election and have voted against it when in Parliament. The BDI clearly identifies those who make a real constitutional commitment by signing – and it exposes those who refuse to sign.

· 7. The BDI INTERNET PETITION calls on all voters to register their desire to vote for BDI candidates. We will collect and consolidate the number of petitioners (voters) in total and in each constituency.

· 8. The Candidates (and press) will be regularly informed of the results of the Petition. Candidates will see the votes they can gain by signing the BDI itself – or the votes they will lose if they refuse to sign. 5 days before the election the voters will be told which candidates in their constituencies have signed.

· 9. When a majority of BDI candiates are elected the British Declaration of Independence Bill will then be presented in Parliament and will be passed.

· 10. The electoral power of the voter, the democratic independence of MPs and the Sovereignty of the British people will thereby be confirmed. Government by consent of the British people will be established in perpetuity by a vote confirming the Declaration of Independence Act at the beginning of every Parliament.

Make Sure the candidate receiving your vote in the General Election – REGARDLESS OF PARTY has signed up to the British Declaration of Independence!

Seems like an immensely good idea to me!


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