Tonight’s show 8pm Live on both Rumble and Twitter This will be a weird show, if you could see the dots even back then something weird is happening. Why did Lew Grade stop the further production of The Secret Service? Tonight I’ll go through some of the weird stuff, and even more weird. An evilContinue reading “8pm AI and the future, Super Mario Nations, Joe 90 and The Devils Work”
Author Archives: Graham Moore
Why the British Union Parliament is Not Supreme or Sovereign: An Analysis of English Constitutional Law
Tune in tonight The Full English Show, Rumble. Subscribe https://rumble.com/c/DaddyDragonChannel The principle of parliamentary sovereignty has long been considered a cornerstone of British constitutional law. It holds that the British union parliament has unlimited legislative authority, and can make or unmake any law it chooses. However, this view has been challenged over the years, withContinue reading “Why the British Union Parliament is Not Supreme or Sovereign: An Analysis of English Constitutional Law”
Beau Dade. Historian tonight 8pm Rumble
Tonight 8pm the Full English Show – B.B. Dade Currently working full time as a content creator for Lotus Eaters, Beau has an undergraduate degree in ancient history, and a postgraduate degree in government, policy and politics. Beau’s interest in history and politics is reflected in his existing YouTube presence under the pseudonym History Bro.Continue reading “Beau Dade. Historian tonight 8pm Rumble”
International Human Rights
The English Constitution Party believes in the fundamental human right of self-determination, which acknowledges the right of individuals and communities to determine their own political status and pursue their economic, social, and cultural development. This policy is particularly important for the indigenous people of England, whose rights, laws, and constitution are currently being ignored byContinue reading “International Human Rights”
Squadron Leader David Bourne
He tried to warn you! Tonight 8pm live on the full English show Rumble.
Every Englishman was born a common lawyer.
Every Englishman Was Born a Common Lawyer: A Look into the Origins of English Common Law English common law is one of the cornerstones of the legal system in many countries around the world. It is a legal system that has its roots in medieval England, where it evolved over centuries. The phrase “Every EnglishmanContinue reading “Every Englishman was born a common lawyer.”
Lotus Eaters Dot Com – You need to talk to us.
https://www.lotuseaters.com/contact please email Beau and Carl and ask that we may discuss the solution. Beau and Carl The historic union that united England and Scotland under a single monarchy in 1603 is a testament to the enduring bond between our nations. However, it is the political union that occurred in 1706/7 that is the issueContinue reading “Lotus Eaters Dot Com – You need to talk to us.”
Digital Bill of Rights for the Protection of Individual Privacy and Freedom
Preamble: Recognising the need for protection of individual privacy and freedom in the digital age, this Bill of Rights is established to secure the rights of all individuals against any infringement of their digital identity and to prohibit the use of harmful digital technologies. This Digital Bill of Rights establishes the rights of individuals toContinue reading “Digital Bill of Rights for the Protection of Individual Privacy and Freedom”
Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDC)
Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDC) is a topic of great interest in the financial world today. While some argue that CBDCs would be a step forward in terms of financial innovation and modernisation, others have raised concerns about their potential negative impacts on the economy and society as a whole, particularly for working people. Firstly,Continue reading “Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDC)”
Policy on Dealing with State Corruption and the Use of Tort Law
Introduction: As a democratic country, England has long upheld the principle that government must be accountable to its people. However, corruption and abuses of power can occur in any government, and can have a serious impact on the constitutional rights of citizens. It is therefore essential that appropriate measures are put in place to holdContinue reading “Policy on Dealing with State Corruption and the Use of Tort Law”