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The judiciary is the enemy

In 2016, the question of who really runs Britain culminated in a vote to leave the European Union, who can we vote for that will take back control from unelected judges?

Richard Nixon famously said this in 1972:

“Never forget, the press is the enemy. The establishment is the enemy. The professors are the enemy. Professors are the enemy. Write that on a blackboard 100 times and never forget it.”

Today’s ruling by the Court of Appeals that the government’s plan to send illegal migrants to Rwanda instead of housing them in Britain has been declared unlawful. On the grounds that Rwanda is not a ‘safe third country’ and that there would be a ‘real risk’ due to Rwanda’s asylum system migrants would be deported back to their home countries.

The Court ruled that the policy would be a breach of Article 3 of the European Convention on Human Rights.

Rishi Sunak released a statement stating ‘It is this country – and your government – who should decide who comes here, not criminal gangs’.

I did not know that criminal gangs sat on the Court of Appeals. Did you? Are criminal gangs deciding who can come into Britain, or is our ruling class? Criminal gangs don’t have the power to set our laws but the people who do such as the judiciary are seemingly unassailable, beyond reproach.

Unelected judges and lawyers should not be able to decide policy, the fact that they do signals that we are living in a fake democracy. If Sunak was serious about securing Britain’s borders he would attack the legitimacy of the judiciary, forcibly retire the judges who ruled against the policy and leave the ECHR. The government has the power to do this, they have a large majority in parliament and they can and should introduce legislation to do it.

We all know they won’t.

For too long, elements of our system, such as the judiciary have ruled against the will of the people, they did in 2016 and they are doing so again today. The Daily Mail called it when they ran the headline on the right, enemies of the people.

What can be done about these enemies?

A clear-out is needed, forcibly retire and replace them. Don’t allow taxpayer money to flow to organisations that act against the interests of the British people, such as Asylum Aid (who brought the case to court).

The current political parties will not do this, they don’t actually care about illegal immigration, and most of them think it’s a good thing. The only reason they are seen to act against it is because their voters are against it. Voters want to see action, what is currently happening, however, is one big distraction.

The Home Secretary Suella Braverman was interviewed today by GB News, she said ‘the system is rigged against the British people and that’s why we’re doing everything within our power to change it’. She IS the system, her government and party control the system. And they are not doing everything in their power, if they were they’d do as I said. If the system is rigged, and she is the system, who is doing the rigging?

Richard Nixon’s quote is even more fitting today than when he said it decades ago. The establishment is the enemy. The judiciary is the establishment. The judiciary is the enemy.

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