Robin Tilbrook and the English Democrats' Court Case: We Have Already Left the EU

by the Editor
24/5/2019
Amendments published 3/6/2019

Very pertinent to this week is the English Democrats' campaign to get it recognised at the High Court that Theresa May never had any authority to extend our departure date from the EU and thus we are out on no deal terms by default.

May certainly never had any such authority under Common Law as Common Law never allowed us to be a member of the EU and the case I would put is that we never were a member.

This English Democrats case though argues that May had no statutory authority to extend the leaving date and Robin Tilbrook (the man spearheading it) is arguing that May in a statutory sense only has authority to give notice. She did so and that notice expired on 29/3/2019. If we accept this, the meaning of this is that the game is up two times over:

1. Common Law and the British Constitution render any contract of membership as treason and therefore the contract has to be invalid.

2. As above even under the current Parliamentary system which largely ignores Common Law, Tilbrook asserts that their own act of Parliament which ironically Gina Miller insisted on, only allowed May to give notice that we were leaving at a certain date, not to change that date after notice was given.

It is crucial that the law is made clear here. The law is against being an EU member and so was the vote.

Members of Parliament are servants to the British people and their role is to uphold the law.

This court battle is being crowd funded and despite very little coverage by the main media, it is raising money. If you want to donate please visit the site below and perhaps play your own little part in a piece of history:

https://www.defendbrexit.com

The lawful position is what can get us out, but we would do well to remember that we need to keep alert on other situations. If we leave the EU and go back to sleep after,we will suffer for it. Forgiveness is needed, but I urge you to remember that there are some in this country hell bent on destroying the moral fabric of our society. Such individuals including those involved in child abuse, militant homosexuals, those who allow the MHRA to cover up cancer cures and those involved in other monstrous scandals need to be prevented from doing harm to others and hopefully redeemed themselves and brought into a good relationship with God.

The court case mentioned in this article will be further drowned out by the electing a new Tory party leader and possibly, a resulting General Election.

Of course it must be said the only solution to mans' problems is God's Kingdom. Until that Kingdom comes, we must do our best to spread and uphold God's laws and standards.