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Dear fellow citizens of England,

We find ourselves in a situation where our country is ruled under false pretences. The concept of separation of powers, which is at the heart of any true democracy, has been subverted. The monarch, who is supposed to act as a safeguard against tyranny, has become a mere figurehead with no real power to assent or dissent to laws. This is a clear breach of the Coronation Oath Act of 1688, which guarantees the independence of the monarch in the exercise of their duties.

As a result, we have a tyranny upon us that has grown slowly like a dangerous cancerous tumour. This tyranny has arisen through the gradual erosion of our common law constitution, and the consent of the parliament, judiciary and the crown. But it does not have the consent of the people.

It is our duty, as enlightened citizens, to rise up against this tyranny and demand our right to self-governance. We cannot allow ourselves to be held captive by an institution that has lost its legitimacy and become a burden on our democracy. We must assert our power as the true sovereigns of this land, and establish a new system of government that is truly accountable to the people.

Let us not be afraid to challenge the status quo, and demand the freedom that is rightfully ours. Let us take inspiration from the great thinkers of the Enlightenment, who believed that reason and truth would ultimately prevail over ignorance and tyranny.

In the words of John Locke, one of the greatest philosophers of the Enlightenment, “Wherever law ends, tyranny begins.” Let us not allow tyranny to take root in our beloved country. Let us stand together, and demand the government of the people, by the people, and for the people.

The time has come for us to reclaim our sovereignty and establish a true democracy, where power resides with the people, and not with a hereditary ruler or a corrupt elite. Let us seize this moment, and create a brighter future for ourselves and for generations to come.

Furthermore, we must remember the legacy of the great Englishman Thomas Paine, who was a champion of liberty and democracy. His words still ring true today, and we can draw inspiration from his courage and determination.

Let us not forget that we have a proud tradition of standing up to tyranny and oppression. Let us harness the spirit of the English people, and rise up once again to demand our freedom.

Thomas Paine was a great Englishman, and we can be great Englishmen and women too. Let us not seek to emulate the American Revolution, but let us create our own revolution, right here in England.

Let us take pride in our heritage, and use it as a catalyst for change. Let us show the world that England is not a country of servitude, but a country of liberty and justice for all.

The time has come for us to break free from the chains of the past, and create a new future for ourselves and our children. Let us be bold, let us be brave, and let us be English!

Graham Moore

Leader English Constitution Party

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