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The Great Threat To Britain // Anne Marie Waters // For Britain

Sep 9, 2020

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Statues are not bronze and concrete, they symbolise an era; an era of Britain that Labour intends to bring to an end. LINKS:

Trump: An American View. For Britain (Video)

Trump: An American View

For Britain Movement  For Britain Movement Published February 18, 2021
RumbleAnne Marie talks to Marie about the election in America and the after effects, plus more views from the States.

Germany struggles to keep the lights on, looks for a law to prevent its power grid from crashing.

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SUNDAY COLUMN: Trump Acquitted

SUNDAY COLUMN: Trump Acquitted
SUNDAY COLUMN: Trump Acquitted
Anne Marie Waters Sunday 14th February 2021   Some good news at last! Yesterday in Washington DC, former US President Donald Trump was acquitted on charges of insurrection; namely that he incited the…

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SUNDAY COLUMN: Trump Acquitted

Anne Marie Waters

Sunday 14th February 2021

Some good news at last!

Yesterday in Washington DC, former US President Donald Trump was acquitted on charges of insurrection; namely that he incited the attack on the Capitol buildings in the city that led to the deaths of five people in January.

Conviction required a 2/3 majority but this was not reached. However, a majority of Senators (57-43) voted to convict Trump and the punishment might have included barring him from running for the country’s highest office in the future.

Trump called the trial “the greatest witch hunt in history”, and I suspect it isn’t quite over yet.

There were seven Republican Senators that voted to convict him.

Mitch McConnell stated afterwards that Trump was indeed responsible for the riots, and claimed “He didn’t get away with anything yet. Yet. We have a criminal justice system in this country, we have civil litigation and former presidents are not immune from being [held] accountable by either one.”  McConnell had voted to acquit Trump but only on the grounds that it is unconstitutional to impeach a President after they had left office.

The words of Joe Biden are particularly worthy of note here.  He said: For Britain read more

 

SUNDAY COLUMN: The Quiet Destruction of Britain

This could just as easily be the USA, just substitute the word America in place of  Britain.

SUNDAY COLUMN: The Quiet Destruction of Britain

Anne Marie Waters

Sunday 31st January 2021

 

Ever since the criminal communist thugs of Black Lives Matter (BLM) illegally rioted across the UK with the help of the police, a shocking 69 of Britain’s statues, street names and memorials have been altered or attacked.  The left-wing media is celebrating this fact.

The Guardian describes it like this:

Scores of tributes to slave traders, colonialists and racists have been taken down or will be removed across the UK, a Guardian investigation has found, with hundreds of others under review by local authorities and institutions.

In what was described by historians as an “unprecedented” public reckoning with Britain’s slavery and colonial past, an estimated 39 names – including streets, buildings and schools – and 30 statues, plaques and other memorials have been or are undergoing changes or removal since last summer’s Black Lives Matter protests.

It seems that protest works.  It just depends what side of the political divide you are on.  If you protest to protect Britain’s heritage, you’ll be dismissed as “far right”.  This is exactly what happened last summer when I and hundreds of others travelled to London to defend the statue of Britain’s favourite Prime Minister Winston Churchill.  The central London memorial of our country’s war-time leader was defaced, and to our government’s utter shame, was covered in a steel box for weeks. For Britain read more

United States Versus America

United States Versus America

For Britain International Member (USA)

29th January 2021

What, exactly, is “America”?  Did it exist before 1776?  During the War between the States?  Will it outlive the federal government?

If we think of America as an oak tree, then the acorn came from England.  The idea of the Rule of Law, expressed in the Magna Carta of 1215, proclaimed that the King himself was bound by the Law, meaning that he could not make law at his pleasure.  The English theory is that the Law makes the State, while the Continental theory is that the State makes the Law.  Nations have a binary choice between these two philosophies.  If they choose the latter, totalitarian regimes will always result, which will consider their decrees legal by definition.  This was the defense that Hitler’s lieutenants gave at the Nuremberg Trials: that everything they did was legal within the context of German law at the time.  They viewed law in terms of raw power, but the British and American judges who sentenced them to death believed that Law should uphold specific rights.  No human institution can put a lien on these rights because they are God-given, hence the forgotten meaning of the word “unalienable.”  Any “law” that permits the violation of these rights is not a law at all, but rather an illegal statute.

To protect the rights of the individual, the English Constitution enshrined certain immutable principles that make a government lawful.  These principles include the Rule of Law, Government by Consent, and Sovereignty.  No government can repudiate these principles without sawing off the branch it sits on.  For example, by governing without consent, the State divests itself of all lawful authority.  However, a democratic mandate from the majority does not give a government carte blanche to do whatever it pleases against the minority.  It must protect the rights of all citizens and provide equal justice without favor.  English people brought these ideas with them to North America, where they formed the basis of the Revolution and U.S. Constitution.

If America is an oak tree, then the United States is the forest ranger tasked to defend it.  America is not the same thing as the United States.  America is the Idea that “all Men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness—That to secure these Rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just Powers from the Consent of the Governed.”  However, the government, whose duty it is to protect our rights, can become evil, corrupt, and tyrannical—it can become the Master of the people rather than the Servant; it can become the Oppressor rather than the Protector.  Jefferson therefore wrote that “whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these Ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it.”

The United States government has become destructive of the Ends for which it was formed.  This is not due to any flaw in the Constitution of the United States; rather, it is due to a successful war against the Constitution.  Our Sovereignty and liberties have been attacked from two fronts: multinational corporate monstrosities, such as Google, Facebook, and Amazon, which want to strip people of their financial independence and create a world without borders; and foreign adversaries, chiefly China.  It is no secret that these interests have American politicians bought and paid-for at every level of government.  We are compromised.  The enemy is inside the gates.

America rejected this silent take-over by electing Donald Trump in 2016.  President Trump wanted to drain the swamp, but found it undrainable.  For his valiant efforts, the globalist elites of the media, big tech, the deep state, and the Chinese communist party fought a shameful campaign of subversion against him which culminated in a stolen election in 2020.  This shows who truly holds power over the country.  And it is not the American people.

If certain States hold rigged elections with predetermined winners, they effectively rob the entire country of suffrage.  The Supreme Court held in Bush v. Gore that “the right of suffrage can be denied by a debasement or dilution of the weight of a citizen’s vote just as effectively as by wholly prohibiting the free exercise of the franchise.”  The Democrat party, in cooperation with corrupt state and local officials, might not take away your one legal ballot, but they will forge a hundred illegal ones to render yours meaningless.

The Supreme Court had a golden opportunity to stop this robbery against the American people.  Texas brought a lawsuit against Georgia, Pennsylvania, Michigan, and Wisconsin for violating their own election codes in such an abysmal manner.  Source here.

Under Article III of the Constitution, the Supreme Court was obliged to take this case: “The judicial Power of the United States, shall be vested in one supreme Court . . . [and] shall extend to Controversies between two or more States.”  The Court declined the case with the flimsy excuse that Texas did not have “standing” (a word to be found nowhere in the Constitution), and thereby betrayed the American people.

Our elections are not elections anymore.  We will continue having them for the sake of appearances, but they will be just as meaningful as elections in the Soviet Union were.

The forest ranger has an axe, and he’s attacking the tree.

The good news though, is that the tree is still alive.  America lives.  The seventy-four million patriots who voted for President Trump are the proof.  (Indeed, we probably number more than that, since we know that many ballots were dumped, flipped, and fractionalized).  But we are living in imminent danger.  The States that want freedom will soon be enslaved by the States that want fascism.  The Union is no longer a bond of brotherhood; it is a chain of imprisonment.  To restore freedom and democracy, American patriots must break the chain.  If the blue states want a totalitarian hell on earth, let them have it.  Why should we consent to be dragged down with them?

Secession is legal under our Constitution for the following reasons: For Britain read more

State of the Economy – Fast Changing

State of the Economy – Fast Changing
State of the Economy – Fast Changing
Anne Marie Waters Tuesday 26th January 2021   It will come as no surprise to you that I am about to give bad news about the UK economy; particularly unemployment.  Reports today claim that 1.72…

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State of the Economy – Fast Changing

Anne Marie Waters

Tuesday 26th January 2021

It will come as no surprise to you that I am about to give bad news about the UK economy; particularly unemployment.  Reports today claim that 1.72 million are now jobless, with a growing redundancy rate among the 25 to 34 age group.  This is 5% unemployment, and it’s before the end of furlough, which as we know will inevitably mean more people out of work.

But there is something interesting that has happened this week that demonstrates more of that striking change in our economy – the collapse of high street shopping in favour of the internet.

Online fashion company Boohoo has bought Debenhams (another victim of coronavirus) but there’s a difference, it hasn’t bought any of its actual stores, just its name and website.  Now the high street has been left with empty buildings, but more importantly, the company’s staff remain out of work.  There will be no jobs for them at Boohoo.  This is not a first.  Boohoo has already bought Oasis, Coast and Karen Millen, but not the associated high street stores, and not saving any jobs.

It’s been said by many that COVID-19 will lead to a “great reset” and not everyone is pleased about it.  That great reset is named by others as ‘the fourth industrial revolution’ – the age of super-technology.  This technology, many fear, will lead to growing joblessness and therefore a loss of human independence from the state.  Some people worry about a future where cash has disappeared and our buying power (such as it will be) will be dependent upon our behaviour and our compliance with state diktats.  A ‘social credit score’ would determine what we can or can’t do or buy, and this is already very real in China for example.

This dystopian future is often dismissed as a conspiracy theory, but just browsing through this morning’s news confirms that this is no conspiracy.  It is on its way, and in many respects, is already here.  The collapse of the high street is only one example.

It will come as no surprise to you that I am about to give bad news about the UK economy; particularly unemployment.  Reports today claim that 1.72 million are now jobless, with a growing redundancy rate among the 25 to 34 age group.  This is 5% unemployment, and it’s before the end of furlough, which as we know will inevitably mean more people out of work.

But there is something interesting that has happened this week that demonstrates more of that striking change in our economy – the collapse of high street shopping in favour of the internet.

Online fashion company Boohoo has bought Debenhams (another victim of coronavirus) but there’s a difference, it hasn’t bought any of its actual stores, just its name and website.  Now the high street has been left with empty buildings, but more importantly, the company’s staff remain out of work.  There will be no jobs for them at Boohoo.  This is not a first.  Boohoo has already bought Oasis, Coast and Karen Millen, but not the associated high street stores, and not saving any jobs.

It’s been said by many that COVID-19 will lead to a “great reset” and not everyone is pleased about it.  That great reset is named by others as ‘the fourth industrial revolution’ – the age of super-technology.  This technology, many fear, will lead to growing joblessness and therefore a loss of human independence from the state.  Some people worry about a future where cash has disappeared and our buying power (such as it will be) will be dependent upon our behaviour and our compliance with state diktats.  A ‘social credit score’ would determine what we can or can’t do or buy, and this is already very real in China for example.

This dystopian future is often dismissed as a conspiracy theory, but just browsing through this morning’s news confirms that this is no conspiracy.  It is on its way, and in many respects, is already here.  The collapse of the high street is only one example. For Britain read more

The Real Nature Of Islam

The Real Nature Of Islam

Sharia

By London Member and Islamic Scholar Mary Andrew.

A PDF version of this article can be downloaded at the end of the text.

A while ago, on a BBC daytime TV discussion programme, Professor Richard Dawkins
extracted from an imam the admission that the correct punishment under Islam for apostasy is death – which is all you need to know to understand that Islam is a fascistic political ideology, not a matter of voluntary faith, and the enemy of human rights. The imam, uncomfortable about letting slip an inconvenient truth about Islam – and its refutation of the foundational human rights to freedom of speech and belief – disingenuously said that he didn’t know why Dawkins cared, since the penalty couldn’t be applied in a non-Islamic country like ] Britain. But of course he did know why we care about the death penalty for apostasy, and that for blasphemy, enforced by terrorism and fear in Europe – and about the thousands of other Islamic atrocities across the world, which continue year on year. We care because we care about all the suffering caused by human rights abuses. And because of a realistic fear among many of us that we too could be forced into submission to Islam.

Both jihad and Islamic laws sanctioning human rights abuses are enshrined in the Shariah, the Islamic code of government, law and social order, rooted in Islamic doctrine. Politicians and press interrogate the ideological roots of the rare instances of far-right terrorism, as they did after the appalling murder of 50 Muslims in Christchurch, New Zealand. But there is an almost surreal determination to avoid the same scrutiny of Islam after Islamic atrocities – and a disproportionate focus on reassuring Muslim communities after any attack perpetrated by Muslims. The official reaction calls Islamic terror “senseless”, averts attention from its Islamic features, and denies it has anything to do with “true” Islam. It’s based on misinterpretation, the “perversion of a great faith”. It’s attributed, if not to mental illness, then to “radicalism”, “extremism”, “Islamism” – the last of which used to just mean the practice of the doctrine ofIslam, but is now redefined as an aberration separate from Islam.

You can’t do this and be honest about Islamic doctrine, and its exposition in the Shariah. So, from fear and political calculation, no one asks whether Shariah itself is “a perversion of a great faith” – or rather the authentic expression of theocratic evil. Saudi Arabia, one of the world’s most egregious abusers of human rights, suppresses all opposition to its government and Shariah, regularly conducts public beheadings (37, and a crucifixion, in one day last year), and commits many other human rights abuses (including the horrifying treatment of migrant workers during the Covid crisis). But almost all of this is ignored, for political and economic reasons, and Saudi Arabia was accepted onto the UN Human Rights Committee, with the shameful support of our government – despite that country’s refusal to adhere to the UN’s own Universal Declaration of Human Rights, logically the minimum requirement for membership. For Britain read more

PDF file The Real Nature Of Islam

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