Self Government?

Posted: March 24, 2014 in Uncategorized

Do we have the right to self government? Do we have the power to govern ourselves?

Do we write the Laws of the land? Do the government write the Laws of the land?

Do the government write the Laws on our behalf?

If the government write the Laws on our behalf then it must be true that we write the Laws, Yes/No?

If your answer is No, then we must live in a Democratic Dictatorship.

If your answer is Yes, then we must be able to write Laws for ourselves and our communities, that are binding upon the government.

We have been reading and watching about an interesting movement in the U.S. and A.  A movement that is taking a different approach to the usual begging and pleading to government, that doesn’t protest or march or wave placards when it sees wrongdoing by government or CORPORATIONS.

Take a look:

We think this method, creating laws for the community, is a very effective way of reigning in the power of government and corporations and re-asserting the rights and power of the people.

And the community rights group have been successful with most of the laws they have written, for implementation by their respective local governments. This is true Democracy in action.

Democracy is not putting an ‘X’ in a box every five years, it’s not voting for a pre-selected candidate, a candidate that the political parties select, one you can’t choose beforehand. Democracy is not electing a group of political animals and then allowing them to run wild in your name with your money for five years, and then electing another group with a different coloured rosette, to do exactly the same for another five years.

Are we truly insane, Since 1997 we’ve elected psychopaths to the highest political office of these lands, psychopaths who should be held accountable for the deaths of Millions of innocent people around the world.

Psychopath: Lacking in empathy, no thoughts for the feeling of others, no guilt.

Example: Tony B liar, Gordon snot Brown, Nick the boy Clegg, David CaMORON and their respective Cabinet members.

Democracy is failing us because we have allowed it to fail us, we have gifted the politicians the power to do as they please, we have allowed them to spend waste billions for the benefit of Corporations. Bank bailouts, reduction of energy production, windfarm construction, allowing the exporting of Hundreds of Thousands of productive jobs, creating millions of non-productive jobs just to buy votes.  The constant changing of the education system and the National Health Service, the castration of the armed forces- building aircraft carriers, without the aircraft to use on them- institutions that are constantly kicked from pillar to post, in the name of efficiency, cost cutting or the latest political ideology. The creation by government of thousands of NGOs and charities, paid by us, to lobby and hector the government into doing what the government was going to do anyway, it’s fucking madness.

And that most undemocratic, evil, corrupt institution of the unaccountable, the EU. The people of these islands have been subjected to an invasion, and we’ve been conquered. Not since 1066 have we been ruled, destroyed and subjugated by an invader, now nothing is safe from this plague of bureaucracy, theft of your taxes, nothing is beyond it’s reach, it’s stench permeates the very fibre of society.  None of the main political parties has any thoughts of offering to get us out of this club of the eternally malevolent, they’re all as happy as pigs in shit, big wages, big pensions, huge expenses and no fucking responsibilities, “the EU is to blame for all our ills and there’s nothing we can do about it” they whine. “Oh we’ll renegotiate the constitution of the European Union,” like fuck they will, life’s easier when you’re just an under-manager, let someone else make the big decisions, let someone else take the blame. Even the Judges pass the buck, “EU law is now supreme over English Law.” Just what the fuck is that all about? progress? is it progress to dismiss a thousand years of the evolution of Common Law?


Taking back  the power and reasserting our rights could be done on a street by street basis, talking to your immediate neighbours, finding out what really pisses them off,organise meetings of the local community, ’til you have spoken to a whole ward in your small corner of the world. It could be simple things like, the bins not being emptied regularly, failed street lighting, the condition of the roads, street cleaning, the lack of a local police presence etc. It could be more major concerns say, the closure of a community centre or the local library, the lack of local shops due to extortionate rents, the infiltration of big supermarkets and fast food outlets, the lack of maintenance or closure of parks, the limited availability of allotments. To big concerns of say, the loss of jobs or opportunity for small local businesses, Fracking and the devaluation of property in fracking areas, the inability to get home buildings insurance in soon to be fracked areas and do your area want fracking or not, it should be your choice not the councils.

Democracy is about your representatives, whether local or national, doing what your community want done, regardless of whether you voted for them or not. As we have seen over recent history, councillors and MPs follow orders handed down from on high by their party Mandarins and the EU.

Talk to your neighbours about their concerns, draft a Bill of Rights ordnance, take a vote on the Bill. If a majority want it hand it in to the local council demanding that the ordnance be written in to the council constitution, and watch them shit themselves.



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