BREXIT 'NAZI ORDINANCE' 4 DEC & ‘OPERATION AJAX’ 21 DEC: EXILED PEACENIK HAS NOT AGREED MULTI-BILLION DOLLAR CORPORATE ’HARD BORDER’ COURTS, WITHOUT SETTLEMENT LAWSUITS TO FUND PROJECTS BUILDING JOB OPPORTUNITIES YOUNG PEOPLE EUROPEAN UNION (29.11.2017)
There is a considerable legal ‘conundrum’ politicians are spinning under the cover of Brexit against (for example) exiled peaceniks (which is a combination of all sorts of historical dirty tricks like the 'Nazi Ordinance' against Jews on 4 December 1941 and 'Operation Ajax' against Mosaddegh in Tehran that saw him put under 'house arrest' for life on 21 December 1953)
... catalan exiles have seen the whole 360 of royals, religions and politicians over the past millennium...
The politicians only want a ‘political’ deal for a ‘hard border’ against lawsuits, that is obviously not legally enforceable, because it is worth billions to… global corporations.
... resigned over the savagery of the boer war and chinese slavery before being appointed first lord of the admiralty in lloyd george's government with the same old balfour agreement 1917 divide and rule of everything being everyone else's fault..
One major reason politicians haven't wanted to settle lawsuits is because there is something of a ‘stalemate’ over corporations violently ‘leveraging’ legislation.
... catalan sephardi had been exiled without due process... for centuries that continued during world war two, when most governments appeased/collaborated with nazi germany...
It was no due process that forced me out of the UK into exile in the European Union.
no shit sherlock... parliament square, central london in background...
The only way it could be possible to move closer to reconciling the irreconcilable (because I would not be that comfortable being bullied into a ‘hard border’ myself over courts) would have to include being able to make the trade-off of in being able to build some other inspiring projects)
If I agreed to the settlement of our lawsuits and a ‘hard border’ over courts !! given what has happened, which has been very, very serious, it could only be on terms that included it was possible to create a real charitable foundation within the European Union for projects to work towards and see if it is possible to (do my bit to):
a) unlock the creative potential of young people within the European Union to
create viable real long term job opportunities
b) build a more prosperous future for all our young people in the European Union
c) also attract global investment from ‘off-shore’ into the European Union too
(ie: find ways to make the European Union more attractive to ‘off-shore’ tax exiles... apart from cheap labour or corporate legislation and without damaging the four freedoms of the European Union)
This is a very important question that is particularly visible in the contradictions between the old Commonwealth and the emerging European Union.
d) strengthen in visible and measurable real terms, the economic outlook for the European Union for the benefit of everyone.