Onward British Constitution
I attended the meeting of the British Constitution Group on Saturday. It was heartening to find about 500 men and women - many of them young - ready to defend the British Constitution from an overweening government.
John Bingley gave a tremendous presentation about the Constitution.
John Galloway presented an exchange of letters with The Queen concerning the European Union and her sworn oath to defend British laws and liberties. Like the letters which I have received, these contribute to our growing understanding of how independence has been seized from the British people.
Albert Burgess, a retired special policeman, reported on presenting evidence of treason at his local police station. When the police did not act, he presented a complaint to a police force in a different county. He urged us to do the same since there seems to be clear evidence of treason. (There is a CD available from which documents can be printed which support the truth of this serious allegation.)
Brian Gerrish of UK Column gave a presentation on the hazards of Common Purpose and neurolinguistic programming, and John Harris spoke about being a freeman on the land.
Roger Hayes, John Galloway, Frank Taylor did a terrific job of organizing and leading the meeting which came to this conclusion -
1) It was agreed that we would continue as individuals to assert our constitutional rights in a non-violent way.
2) Study groups will begin with the aim of making the defence of the British Constitution a grassroots mass movement.