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Post by eargoggles on Thu Jan 17, 2019 6:25 pm

i think i heard paul webster on the raconteurs talking about us losing common law if we remained in the EU ,i think that`s what he was getting at,please correct me if i`m wrong .isn`t queen Lizzy here to uphold common law or do you think the royals might up sticks to Canada .

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Re: EU and Common Law

Post by assassin on Fri Jan 18, 2019 2:09 am

We will lose everything, this is what the EU is about, they want their own federal law system and this is part of the take over of an entire continent of Europe and those silly enough to enter it voluntarily, why do you think they are forming an EU army and EU po-lice force, one and the same in every country, so yes we will lose common law.
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Post by eargoggles on Mon Jan 21, 2019 12:34 am

thanks Assassin.
I don`t understand what will the difference be between all the years we have had common law while being in the EU and the probability that we will end up staying in the EU,what is the difference which might lose us our common law.
Is it possibly our own government who want to take it away from us because it affords us too much power and they might use the brexit situation as an excuse ,
I agree with lots who think this brexit is a decoy,here to do a bit of daylight robbery and at the end of the day we will still be in there, but in a far worse situation.
.can`t we just sue the government for causing distress .

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Re: EU and Common Law

Post by assassin on Mon Jan 21, 2019 2:16 am

Exempt from prosecution while on official duty unfortunately.

The difference is that everything happens for a reason and often they appear unrelated but are and sometimes it takes years for the link to become obvious; take the coal mining industry, Labour ratified the EU clean air legislation as it was no detriment, once ratified it became more stringent and coal mining could not resume, the scapegoat was Maggie Thatcher while in reality it was the EU and Labour who created its downfall. Despite our coal mining industry being decimated the Germans are still surface mining brown coal and burning it for electricity which shows it is one rule for one and one for another, superficially.

Take this a step further, why did they want the British coal mining industry decimated? because we were not reliant upon the EU for power, we import their electricity, gas pipelines run across Europe and much of our petrol and diesel is shipped from Rotterdam.

With coal we could produce electricity, we could produce town gas for our heating, and we could produce petrol and diesel from coal and we even has a plant in Wales doing just that, we could have stuck two fingers up to Europe and they could do nothing about it.

Europe has striven with one (of many) main agenda and that is to have no self sufficient country, if you are reliant upon another country you can hold a country to ransom, if you are the one held to ransom you are more compliant to their demands.

One step at a time and have each step appear unrelated to another and you take control.
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Post by eargoggles on Mon Jan 21, 2019 4:14 pm

@assassin wrote:Exempt from prosecution while on official duty unfortunately.

Maybe under contract Law ,but not Common Law

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Post by assassin on Mon Jan 21, 2019 6:49 pm

Unfortunately yes, the problem is that you have to prove a severe case of intent and if the intent isn't there than you have no case and this is where they all club together and look for the scapegoat who is paid off and takes the hit.

It generally works in several ways; first we have the judgement call where they claim they cannot see into the future, followed by expert advice (Tony B. Liar, Iraq) then followed by acting on the current or best advice available, followed by we can only act on the information available.

From here it gets deflected sideways and the targets become those offering the best advice, followed by which Government department offered what advice and it filters down to other corporations from there.
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