Treacherous Tories Exposed as Liars Yet AgainBy Mercia — Barely two weeks into the new government, and it is rumoured that the Tories are planning to renege on another electoral promise; this time their “commitment” to scrap the Human Rights Act and replace it with a British Bill of Rights.
Despite it being widely recognised in political circles that the Lisbon Treaty removes the power of the EU-collaborator Westminster regime to enact such legislation, the Tory Party promoted their “Bill of Rights” in what can only now be viewed as yet another piece of electoral fraud.
This is, of course, the same Tory Party that previously promised a referendum on the Lisbon Treaty before, finally, admitting that it would do nothing to give the electorate a say on it, far less work to repeal it.
The Tories also knew that even if they were to enact a watered-down version of what they were so cynically proposing that EU law, in this case its infamous Charter of Fundamental Human Rights, would take precedence over it — meaning it wouldn't be worth the paper it was printed on.
Had the Tories a shred of integrity then they could have campaigned for the repeal of the EU's Human Rights legislation on the basis that Britain already has had a written Bill of Rights since 1689 ("An Act for Declaring the Rights and Liberties of the Subject").
How the EU legislation can claim to take precedence over our own, in the absence of the repeal of this legislation, is a question very much in need of an answer.
The Tories, of course, have a long history of betrayal when it comes to selling out Britain's national sovereignty to the EU. It was the Tory arch-traitor Edward Heath, the man who sold this country out to the Common Market (as was) for the price of a new yacht, who comes singularly and powerfully to mind.Only the British National Party stands for this country's immediate withdrawal from the “United States of Europe”, the repeal of all EU-imposed legislation and for the formal reinstatement of the British Bill of Rights.