[Ed: writing letters works, so this letter, suitably amended, is a fine example you might like to use when writing about Brexit to your own MP.]
Dear [insert name of your MP]
Cc Theresa May. Prime Minister
I note that you are committed to “remaining in the EU” despite the positive result in the recent referendum which was that the UK must leave. You are and have presumably been following Conservative Party policy to abolish the United Kingdom as a sovereign, independent and democratic state. This has allegedly been Conservative Party policy since the early 1970’s when the Conservative Party allegedly paid £15,000 to become a secret corporate member of Monnet’s Action Committee for a United States of Europe. They were allegedly joined in this endeavour soon after by the Labour and Liberal parties.
Your endeavours to remain in the EU, is therefore supporting the 45+ year Conservative Party policy to abolish the United Kingdom as a sovereign, independent and democratic state and thereby this implies you were/are allegedly also committed to, amongst other things:
- Abolishing the Monarchy as the Head of State of the United Kingdom.
- Abolishing Westminster the “Mother of Parliaments” as the supreme governing body of the UK.
- Abolishing UK citizens right to hire and fire their government thereby effectively dis-enfranchising all UK citizens.
- Abolishing UK citizens right to call themselves “English” etc.
- Abolishing UK armed forces and expecting the defence of the realm to be delegated to EU forces.
- Abolishing the UK’s right to formulate its own foreign and domestic policies.
- Abolishing the UK’s membership of the Commonwealth.
- Giving over 350 million foreigners the legal right to come and live in the UK with no controls whatsoever on how many chose to do so.
- Giving away vast amounts of UK taxpayers money to foreign agencies with little or no positive control over the amounts demanded.
- Giving away the UK’s territorial waters and fishing rights to the EU.
Yet none of these aims have ever been brought to the UK publics notice in any of your Conservative Party general election manifestos. Similarly, nor have the Labour or Lib Dem party manifestos. Hence, all three parties have deceived and lied to the UK public for over 45 years as to their true intentions for being in the EU. Ted Heath, Conservative Prime Minister’s bald faced lie that UK sovereignty was not affected by joining the EEC was made before the UK joined the EEC. William Hague’s crass, misleading and lying election slogan “In Europe but not run by Europe” is another example of trying to give the impression that the UK was still wholly governed by our so called elected MP’s in Westminster.
You are asked therefore, under the Freedom of Information Act, to explain:
1 why none of these aims have been declared to the UK public.
2 How much collusion took place between the Conservative, Labour and Liberal/Lib Dem parties to jointly agree to deceive the UK public as to their true intentions before, or since, they all allegedly joined Monnets Action Committee for a United States of Europe. Furthermore, it must have been clearly and increasingly evident during the 45 years of the UK’s membership of the EU that, apart from the disastrous political and social results of being in the EU the costs involved were getting vastly out of control. For example:
3 UK trade with the EU was running up excessive annual deficits, such that the current cost to the UK in our trade with the EEC/EU since 1973 is a deficit of well over £1 trillion. Yet the UK’s trade with the rest of the world, using WTO rules was a surplus of over £200 billion and is greater than the UK’s trade with the EU.
4 The UK’s net annual contributions to the EEC/EU budgets has currently cost us over £400 billion cash, a fifth of our current national debt of nearly £2 trillion. In addition, this amount must currently be costing the UK about £10 billion/annum in interest charges. Why is the public not being made aware of this amount and that it must be added to the current net annual cost of being in the EU of approx. £10 billion, making £20 billion in total?
5 The annual cost to the UK economy of being in the EU was rising every year by approximately £5 billion, such that it was costing the UK about £185 billion/annum in 2014 (Prof Tim Congdon). Using this figure it can also be estimated that the total cost of being in the EEC/EU for the last 45 years could have been over £8 trillion, or four times our national debt.
6 Being part of the EU’s customs union meant that UK householders were having to spend up to an extra £1,000/year on their household shopping as well as extra VAT which was being paid to the EU.
7 Being part of the EU implied that the next generation of UK taxpayers were liable to subsidising, throughout their working lives, the huge cost of well over 30 trillion euros, for EU pensions which was due to be paid from current taxes.
Hence, it is difficult to understand why MP’s such as yourself were, and still are, completely in favour of staying in the EU after 45 years of this experience. Presumably, you agree with the over-riding aim of the Conservative Party of abolishing the United Kingdom as a sovereign, independent and democratic country was worth any price to you and your pro-EU colleagues. This still appears to be the Conservative Party and the Conservative governments objective, considering the concessions granted to the EU during the current BREXIT negotiations!
Can you therefore confirm under the Freedom of Information Act that the Conservative government policy is to honour the result of the referendum and to LEAVE the EUROPEAN UNION such that after BREXIT is achieved the EU will, in the future, have NO say whatsoever in the affairs of the United Kingdom? Will you also, under the Freedom of Information Act confirm whether or not the Conservative Party and/or the Conservative government are still members of the Action Committee for a United States of Europe, or its successor organisations whatever form they may be and if not, the date and proof of when the Conservative Party and/or government left?
[use your own name]