CLUE. Find political opposition that gets little or no media coverage and back them to break the lockdown.

There are levels of evil. Trump versus Clinton. Take Trump. Johnson versus Hunt. Take Johnson. We have only politicians to take the decisions we need. If there were another way, believe me. I would take it. Asking for spiritual help is effective. It’s just that in the physical realm the channels are limited. Court cases might help. Political campaigns. Writing in media. But ultimately we need a Prime Minister to get us off the totalitarian hook. If we’re giving up now, then let’s decide we have no value at all. I would not agree with that assessment. Humanity has a huge role to play in the balance between good and evil, in life and beyond. We have to play all cards in our hand.

What cards do you have, Archer? (in reply to his comment)

Jon Rappoport points out that we have to stop thinking as groups and change into becoming individuals in our thought. Politicians are a group but they are not all exactly the same. Hope is the wrong word but closing down options is not a great strategy at any time either. Boris was being pencilled in as the new Churchill. He was possibly close to being wiped out recently by a deliberate act. It’s not a certainty but it is a possibility. He nearly became the new Neville Chamberlain. If he is to become a Churchill, he will have to maintain a front of respectability which can be dented by exposure. Our job is to try to keep people informed, and make it harder for our assailants to hurt us.

The sheeple will never get it, as Simon Parkes says. But there is a 10% or 5% that can act and think independently and who could find moments where we can gain advantage towards survival. We still need a Prime Minister to make the decisions regardless of what approach we take.

If people would mobilise behind the English Democrats and join forces in their court case instead of going solo that would help. How come Dolan gets wall to wall media but Tilbrook gets none? Tilbrook is the man they fear. Support him is a strategy that suggests itself. A fast growing political party would help to disempower the Tories as UKIP once did, now wrecked by infiltration. Farage had media all the way. As I say, Tilbrook gets none. Back him.  He’s a good option where there are very few available.  Perfection will have to wait.  To support Robin, call Tilbrooks Solicitors on 01277 – 896000 or via English Democrats web contact.

For Dolan’s effort, search ‘crowd funding’ and it’s on page one, not too hard to find. https://www.crowdjustice.com/case/lockdownlegalchallenge/

Shame Dolan lives in Monaco, and is strongly associated with making a quick buck in PR. No doubt a fine upstanding person with ability, but he has the wrong image with red car, well cut suit and wide smile.

Robin Tilbrook has a more holistic approach to moral issues, and a political party behind him, a position on many other issues. Take both if we have to, but I’d prefer less ego, and more concentration of financial fire.  I always question the notion of building a £100 million business from £10 – in accountancy.  You need some capital or connections to do that, let alone some years in training which are not free.

How many others might fancy a bit of personal publicity? He looks just like the spiv and spun MPs in Westminster.

I’d back Robin Tilbrook in preference. He needs funding too and will deliver a more profound challenge to the government if he gets support. It would worry the Tories more if votes started leeching to another party.  What else can Dolan offer?  Do we really need yet more PR?  Better someone who has a deep interest in Constitutional Law.  Robin Tilbrook.  Back both if you have to.  But back them.  Why don’t they merge their efforts and work together?  Ego politics is not much help in the long run.

LOCKDOWN LEGAL BATTLE

Dear Henry

If we are to remain FREE men and women we must challenge the government on this unprecedented lockdown and their ability to suspend our rights.

Regardless of the veracity or lack of in this case, the principle of democratic rule is at stake so I need YOUR help to challenge this government in court.

On 23rd April the English Democrats, the English nationalist political party, started a Judicial Review against the Prime Minister and Health Secretary. We are arguing that the Government’s “Lockdown” regulations are unlawful.

Attached on our site is our Judicial Review Protocol letter served in support of the challenge. The Government is expected to reply by 30th April.

Solicitor Robin Tilbrook, who is the Chairman of the English Democrats, said that:
“The Lockdown over the Coronavirus panic is causing huge damage to our country’s economy and to the traditional rights and freedoms of England.

Are you with me on this or should we simply allow 1,000 years of hard won freedoms simply to be ‘locked down’ by decree!

 

Yours sincerely

Robin Tilbrook

Chairman – The English Democrats

 

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2 Responses to “CLUE. Find political opposition that gets little or no media coverage and back them to break the lockdown.”

  1. sovereigntea says:

    From what I gather the Dolan case relies on contravention of EHCR not upon the common/natural law infringment of god given rights under our constitution.

    Perhaps this is why Dolan gets the MSM platform.

    Dolan suggests –

    “The lockdown is unlawful because the Government implemented regulations under the Public Health Act 1984 instead of the Civil Contingencies Act 2004 or the Coronavirus Act 2020.”

    “The tests are too narrow – failing to take account of the economic and social impacts of lockdown.

    “The restrictions contravene the European Convention of Human Rights, which cover the right to liberty, family life, education and property.”…ends

    I sugggest the we the people are victims of false imprisonment our inalienable rights have been abbrogated. Thus redress / damages are due to each and every one of us.

    In preference to being landed with the bill for the COVID debacle should we seek redress for the tort against us.

    How much compensation might I get for false imprisonment UK?
    As financial compensation for wrongful arrest/ false imprisonment starts at £842.26 for the first hour, and rises to £5,053.55 for up to 24 hours this may be well worth considering.

  2. Tapestry says:

    The case based on common law is simply that there is no precedent or act of parliament to make a lockdown legally enforceable. Under common law and the British Constitution Councils are acting ultra vires.

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