WALK AGAINST CORRUPTION 2013
Over the past six weeks I along with my team have walked 300 miles across the country in protest of corruption. We met many ordinary people who are sick to the back teeth of the corruption on a national and local level. For me, this gave me a unique insight into how middle England thinks and as we continue to lose more and more of our rights it begs the question, what can be done to end this tyranny?
On the 20th April 1653 Oliver Cromwell gave a speech to the House of Commons and backed by just forty Musketeers he dissolved parliament by force. The problems in society are surprisingly similar between Cromwell’s time and ours. A coalition government which was not elected by the people with corruption running rife throughout parliament and society which was described as a den of thieves and prostitutes. Oliver Cromwell is seen today by many as hero and some a villain but whatever you personally think of him, its clear that as a righteous man he felt that something had to be done to end the corruption pervading his society.
Sadly today, not much has changed. We have paedophile politicians who are above the law, an out of control financial system which is intent on creating an under class of debt slaves, corruption in the Police and justice system whereby ordinary people receive no justice whatsoever, secret family courts where parents are threatened with imprisonment if they dare to speak out about what has happened to them when Social Services kidnap their children, a media which is so controlled that they fail to report on any serious issues which go against our corrupt western regime.
A group of elite bankers and corporations intent on owning everything and everyone in the world under what they call a “New World Order” which is a one world authoritarian government, which will bring an end to sovereign nations. The New World Order of course simply is a new packaging for “Nazi World Order” as many commentators believe.
In Britain we already live in a communist super state in which decisions are made in Brussels. These decisions affect the lives of hard working people in the country who can barely afford to live, whilst politicians from all major parties vote to give themselves pay raises whilst failing to tackle real issues which affect ordinary people. We have a military industrial complex which is constantly at war, blaming other nations for the way they decide to live and then offering solutions which financially benefit favoured global corporations and of course themselves. Under our present regime, our enemies, if we really actually have any, have flourished being armed by Western governments to cause mayhem, death and destruction all over the planet.
The European Union gives immunity from prosecution to all politicians, their assistances, business partners and friends. Of course our current Prime Minister David Cameron can veto these rules and only seems to do so when it is politically advantageous for him to do so. In other words when they want to get rid of political opposition then a few backbenchers are thrown to the public in order for them to be “seen to do the right thing”. Sadly in reality the situation regarding our own political class is more terrifying then the average voter is willing to accept, which is of course, is how they get away with it.
In order to solve today’s problems we need to look back at how others have tackled the very same issues. We all know that our society is sick but with global pharmaceutical corporations intent on killing most of us off with drugs that don’t work or actively harming us, what is the cure?
This is how Cromwell dissolved parliament. From the middle of 1649 until 1651 Cromwell was away on campaign. In the meantime, with the king gone (and with him their common cause), the various factions in Parliament began to engage in infighting. On his return, Cromwell tried to galvanise the Rump Parliament into setting dates for new elections, uniting the three kingdoms under one polity, and to put in place a broad-brush, tolerant national church. However, The Rump vacillated in setting election dates, and although it put in place a basic liberty of conscience, it failed to produce an alternative or dismantle other aspects of the existing religious settlement. In frustration, in April 1653 Cromwell demanded that the Rump establish a caretaker government of 40 members (drawn both from the Rump and the army) and then abdicate. However, the Rump returned to debating its own bill for a new government. Cromwell was so angered by this that on 20 April 1653, supported by just forty musketeers, he cleared the chamber and dissolved the Parliament by force. Several accounts exist of this incident: in one, Cromwell is supposed to have said “you are no Parliament, I say you are no Parliament; I will put an end to your sitting.”
At least two accounts agree that Cromwell snatched up the mace, symbol of Parliament’s power, and demanded that the “bauble” be taken away. Cromwell’s troops were commanded by Charles Worsley, later one of his Major Generals and one of his most trusted advisors, to whom he entrusted the mace.
In his speech Cromwell said “ It is high time for me to put an end to your sitting in this place, which you have dishonored by your contempt of all virtue, and defiled by your practice of every vice; ye are a factious crew, and enemies to all good government; ye are a pack of mercenary wretches, and would like Esau sell your country for a mess of pottage, and like Judas betray your God. Is there a single virtue now remaining amongst you? Is there one vice you do not possess? Ye have no more religion than my horse; gold is your God; which of you have not barter’d your conscience for bribes? Is there a man amongst you that has the least care for the good of the Commonwealth? Ye sordid prostitutes have you not defil’d this sacred place, and turn’d the Lord’s. So! Take away that shining bauble there, and lock up the doors. In the name of God, go! For a few pieces of money, temple into a den of thieves, by your immoral principles and wicked practices? Ye are grown intolerably odious to the whole nation; you were deputed here by the people to get grievances redress’d, are yourselves gone!
So it seems that the cure of political corruption is dissolving parliament calling for a general election and sending a message to the politicians that if you fail to represent the people then you will lose your job. So here we are again in the midst of war mongers, paedophiles and fraudsters intent on creating a authoritarian world it is now time for all righteous people to come together to solve the problems of our day as our ancestors did like Oliver Cromwell.
But what should we stand for?
I’d like to think that a new parliamentary system can be created with more members of parliament and not less which is truly representative of the people. Dissolving the House of Lords permanently, a return to common law and repealing statute law. Returning the land to the people and farming our own seasonal food. Government simply should be responsible for maintaining national infrastructure, health care and the financial system in order for the people to live their lives as individuals in peace and freedom. Corporations should be broken up and going back to individuals running small to medium sized business creating more jobs and rejuvenating our high streets. We need a victims justice system and not a criminal justice system which is more about lining the pockets of lawyers and siding with criminals with pathetically low sentences which neither satisfy the victims or the needs of society.
So on the 2nd of September 2013 the members of parliament return from their summer break. If we are going to dissolve parliament this is the perfect opportunity to get rid of these politicians and prevent them from taking their seats in the House of Commons, creating an interim government and within six months holding a general election and allowing the public to decide on how their society will work.
But the question is can we dissolve parliament lawfully? Can we dissolve parliament peacefully without any violence? Will the police side with us, the people, or the politicians? If we are to create a new civilised society by the dissolving of parliament we must do this lawfully and peacefully and there is no other way to achieve our goal of real and tangible change for a future for our children and grandchildren.
The only way to find out what will happen is to turn up and dissolve parliament on the 2nd of September 2013. For more information please google The Ben Fellows Walk of Corruption 2013 facebook page.
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