Annotated Version of UK Common Market membership from the UK Parliamentary spin machine. See original here.

It’s about time parliament took off the rose-tinted, pro-EU biased glasses with what really happened.

The EEC and the Single European Act

The Conservative Prime Minister, Edward Heath, took the UK into the EEC in January 1973 after President de Gaulle of France had blocked UK membership twice in the 1960s.  In a referendum in 1975 the UK electorate voted to stay in the EEC under renegotiated terms of entry. This brought EEC membership to nine.

Heath and the rest of the LIBLABCON establishment commit mass High Treason in joining the UK to the EEC against our much developed 1000-year-old constitution expressly forbidding such an act of surrendering sovereignty, unless defeated in war, even by a monarch (see Bill of Rights 1688).

 Implying only opposition to entry was Charles de Gaulle when British public opinion was dead set against joining.

In 1975 the UK voted to remain under the same conditions having been told a lie about “renegotiations”

The first major Treaty change was the Single European Act, which created an internal market with voting by qualified majority (QMV) rather than unanimity. The Single Market was established at the end of 1992. It allowed over 280 pieces of legislation to be passed, paving the way for common EU laws based on the principle of mutual recognition among the Member States.

The first major treaty change was to renege on a promise given by Harold Wilson, which stated in the 1975 Government leaflet:

 “No important policy can be decided in Brussels or anywhere else, without a British Minister answerable to the British Government and British Parliament”

The Treaty gave away the veto, opt-outs, and sovereignty on whole rafts of policies to be decided under EU majority rule, for a few quid in return.

It also allowed 280 pieces of UK laws to be passed to haemorrhage UK laws in favour of EU laws, against the electorate’s wishes.

Britain and the EEC

In 1961 Britain applied for membership of the EEC. This was vetoed by French President Charles de Gaulle, who was concerned that British membership would weaken the French voice within Europe. He also feared that close Anglo-American relations would lead to the United States increasing its influence in Europe. Charles de Gaulle also vetoed a second application from Britain in1969.

30 Nov 1960 Heath writes to Lord Chancellor Lord Kilmuir about possible treason with signing up to the EEC. Kilmuir’s detailed reply can be read here.

1961 Undeterred by Kilmuir’s letter MacMillan and Ted Heath applied for UK membership of the EEC led, since 1957, by a prominent Nazis Walther Hallstein.

In October 1962, Hugh Gaitskell Labour Leader gave his “End of Thousand Years Of History ” speech. A few weeks later in coldest January of 1963 Gaitskell (56) dies suddenly of a mysterious tropical disease after a visit to the USSR!!!

The Conservative government under CIA “influence” attempts to join the EEC. De Gaulle blocks our entry in 1963. CIA influence continues in all further attempts.

Heath still undeterred paves the way for another attempt for entry with a sweetener at the UK fishing industries expense (London Convention 1964).

Under Harold Wilson’s stewardship from Oct1964-70 he also paved the way for entry in 1968 scrapping various UK laws like Act of Praemunire 1393 and Supremacy Act 1558 which prevented the assertion of alien jurisdictions and any claim of supremacy over the Queen in England.

1969 De Gaulle helped set up a trap called The Common Agricultural Policy to protect French farmers and get any new EEC members to pay for it. The CAP is not complete, so he blocks UK entry.

Britain joins the EEC

Denmark, Ireland and Britain joined the EEC in 1973, after Charles de Gaulle’s resignation in 1969.

De Gaulle’s trap is set by mid-1969.

1971, Heath now very close to joining UK to the EEC, commissions senior Civil Service mandarins to do a proper evaluation and repercussions to UK sovereignty on EEC membership (FCO 30/1048).

Still undeterred by the crime of treason and a risk to his neck, in Jan 1972 Heath now at the helm surrenders complete control of UK fishing waters, adopts an alien constitution (drafted by Nazis) and several thousand foreign laws that would come into force in January 1973, that no one in the UK had any say in formulating whatsoever; while the police, the media, and the judicial system sit on their hands for 45 years.

Heath becomes a very wealthy man with a series of 5 yachts from 1969 to 1983, he continued to grow wealthy by “independent” means and bought his Arundel mansion in 1986 in Salisbury.

Under the Labour Prime Minister, Harold Wilson, there was a UK referendum on continued membership of the EEC in 1975. The electorate voted ‘Yes’ by 67.2% to 32.8% to stay in Europe.

In 1974 Harold Wilson’s government, knowing that much treason was performed by many and could potentially see them all having a long stretch on the end of a short rope, held a non-binding referendum in 1975 to give the illusion of “consent”, in which much of the British media were bought off by the CIA and government agencies, which coerced public opinion to remain.

European Monetary System

The European Monetary System (EMS) was created in 1979 to try and bring about currency stability throughout Europe by encouraging countries to coordinate their monetary policies. It used an Exchange Rate Mechanism (ERM) to create stable exchange rates in order to improve trade between the Member States and thus help the development of the single market. This laid the foundations for a single European currency. Britain was the only EEC Member State not to join the ERM.

The EEC plotted to subvert national currencies by contriving an Exchange Rate Mechanism of their own, in readiness to scrap them all in favour of their own €uro currency.

Britain was the only member state not stupid enough at this time to join the ERM.

Budget Rebate

Britain, under the leadership of Margaret Thatcher, negotiated an EU budget rebate in 1984 after threatening to halt payments to the EU budget. Britain felt it was being unfairly treated as, despite being the third poorest EC Member State, it was set to become the biggest net contributor. This was largely due to farming subsidies, of which Britain was eligible for very little. The Fontainebleau Summit agreed that this was unfair and granted Britain a rebate.

Margaret Thatcher now fully aware of de Gaulle’s trap negotiated for 5 years for a rebate, only for Tony Blair to hand most of it back.

Single European Act

The Single European Act  (SEA) 1987 amended the Treaty of Rome. Its aim was to create a single internal market, which had been proving difficult under the existing Treaties. The SEA replaced many unanimous decision-making processes with Qualified Majority Voting (QMV), in order to facilitate the adoption of a raft of EU legislation by the end of 1992.

1987, The Single European Act spawned a monster called the Single Market. in January 1993, releasing an avalanche of EEC regulations that did more costly destruction and devastation to British industry than the German Luftwaffe during WWII.

1992 the Maastricht Treaty rammed through parliament by John Major fundamentally changing the nature of membership and stripping British nationals of their birth right by handing it to 400 million EEC nationals.

1993 Finally some people wake up and UKIP is founded after years of treason at the hands of LIBLABCON

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