English Constitution Party
WE SEEK FREEDOM FOR ENGLAND!
Our primary aim is for self-determination of the English.
Self-determination is an international right under a United Nations (UN) Declaration (Resolution 61/295 – ‘United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples’) adopted by the General Assembly on 13 September 2007 and two conventions, all of which have been ratified by the British Establishment.
The indigenous people of England have rights, laws and a constitution. These are ignored by the British supranational state and its current judiciary. Those indigenous rights will apply fairly to all subjects of England. England has been a Nation since 927. It was captured by the British in 1706/7. In short, England is the last significant colony of the British Empire, and we demand freedom from British imperial, colonialist rule.
The English Constitution Party demand, via petition rights, including the ballot box:
- decentralised government – the county councils to take back responsibility for their communities
- a return to an autonomous English parliament with a light touch governance
- election of local people with the power to change local laws
England has a Bill of Rights. It is being ignored by the British soviet system. We do not believe in manifestos. They are a fraud and support party politics, which long term we are opposed to! Our manifesto, if it can be called that, is the English Bill of Rights 1688/89.
Principle Policy: English self-determination. Void the Act(s) of Union and return England and Scotland to full autonomy.
This move will be supported by international declarations and covenants including UN, European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) and English constitutional law.
We rely on, but will not be limited to, English constitutional law, case law, the ECHR’s Protocol 1, Article 3 and International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (ICCPR) and International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights (ICESCR) article 1, [1.1,1.2,1.3].
We also rely as guidance on the above United Nations Resolution (61/295) (Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples)
Primary Sub policies
Build a business environment within England expanding the rights of the City of London back to where they belong, namely the counties of England, cities, towns and villages.
Radical simplification of the tax system. We will set a new flat rate tax system of 10% in England, to be paid voluntarily (no PAYE). This is proven to work and can be progressive up to the 10% limit. This can be implemented via referendum and constitutionally set. Counties may set their tax up to that limit, but not above. The tax system will be the same as the Hong Kong tax system, in effect an English system. No council tax will exist. By contrast, the existing tax code is 11,500 pages and gets longer every year.
The monetary system that exists today is a fraud on the people. Money creation must be the responsibility of government and the people, not private banks. The fractional reserve system (current banking system) is a major fraud on the working people of this country (see video at the bottom of this page). Pensions will be paid from the transitional treasury money system that England will create (based on the Bradbury pound, Guernsey Pound and Liverpool Notes). Pensioners will no longer be forced to choose between eating and heating. You will be well paid for your service to England.
England will have self-determination. Both England and its counties will return to constitutional self-rule.
Councils will be independent of the state with constitutional limitations.
The Bill of Rights 1688/9 must be honoured as well as the other constitutional treaties, statute laws of the English Parliament and Common Law for England and a completely independent English Parliament. We need the constitutional laws which were and are agreed upon, maintained and respected, by parliament, judiciary (purge British Judges) and county councils.
It would be better for England if our politicians weren’t career politicians with no business skills, no job creation skills and no life experience. It would be better if those who stand for election had work and life experience of those they seek to represent. The primary goal of any politician would be the interests of the people, not a party and not self-interest. We would adopt a system where politicians get paid not by salary but on results, and the improvement in the quality of people’s lives. If they fail us, we won’t pay them. Let’s see how many would step up to the plate if our rules were in place. Things would soon change for the better.
All MPs, lords and judges should pass a test on English constitutional law. If they fail, they cannot be selected.
We will institute a right to try off-label, generic drugs for cancer and other symptoms of bad diet and environmental issues. Full nutritional training will be given to doctors and health professionals. Doctors and their opinions shall not be controlled by central government. The principles of bodily integrity, non-coercion, and full informed patient consent with the principle of the ‘right to say no’ brought into positive law with no derogations.
Borders, justice, education, politics and religion
The ECP will protect our borders.
No matter what a person colour, religion, atheism or sexuality, we expect an allegiance to England.
Politics cannot be part of any religion and religion can play no part in politics, except Christianity within the constraints of the ten commandments.
Justice cannot be part of any religion and must be struck out.
War and violence must not be encouraged by any religion.
No religion may subvert or attempt to subvert human rights, women’s rights, children’s rights and animal rights.
We will implement the law for the protection of children. Abuse of children must be the ‘ultimate crime’.
No form of political correctness should subvert free speech or our constitution.
No form of political or religious subversion may take place in educational establishments (pre-schools, infant schools, primary and secondary schools, colleges, training institutions or universities). England is a Christian nation and will allow prayer at assembly.
England and her indigenous people have the right to exist under international declaration and covenants. We have the right to govern ourselves and extend democracy to counties, districts and parishes. We have the right to have our constitution applied and communicated to the people.
‘The British ‘Elites’ and Establishment have divided and ruled in such a way as to turn English subjects against one another.
We, the ECP:
reject colonialism; England being the last significant colony of the British Empire
reject slavery in all its forms
reject racism, as it is a construct of divide and rule
reject foreign constitutions and foreign law
reject the British system of governance, corruption and despots
reject Fascism, Marxism and Communism and any method of controlling the means of production (you)
reject the undemocratic purging of common law rights and the English Bill of Rights and the British unconstitutional dismissal of these rights’
MANIFESTO – THE ENGLISH BILL OF RIGHTS 1688/9
These are the main constitutional statutes: we have declarations which are constitutional, treaties with the people and the original Magna Carta. The constitution of England is our manifesto. It is important to OUR rights fought for by our ancestors so we would be free, it is for us to ensure we pass these rights on to future generations.
MANIFESTO – THE ENGLISH BILL OF RIGHTS 1688/9
These are the main Constitutional Statutes, we have declarations which are Constitutional, Treaties with the people and the original Magna Carta. The Constitution of England is our manifesto. It is important to OUR rights fought for by our ancestors so we would be free, it is for us to ensure we pass these rights on to future generations.