BREXIT & 2ND ‘REFERENDUM’ ? : POLITICIANS BULLY-BOY 'ARTICLE 50' VENEER DOES NOT CHANGE ‘MOB MENTALITY’ IN ‘WITCH-HUNT’ GOING AFTER CIVILIANS… ALREADY EXILED BECAUSE SAME NO DUE PROCESS, STILL EXISTS FOR... CIVILIAN EXILES FROM… WITHIN EU (13.01.2018)
The British and Australian politicians really do not have ‘plausible deniability’ that they did not know I was exiled within the European Union and why... long before they pulled their Brexit veneer.
It is a known I was the 'political football' on 13 December 2007.
... the witness... it's all about how bully-boy 'politicians' treat defenceless civilian... children and women....
I was as right as one could be, to do the hunger strike in Parliament Square, Central London in 2013 (although I disagree with hunger strikes per se) because 'Article 50' proves what was true way back then, that no politicians want law abiding civilians to have any rights anyway, so it is exactly the same situation.
There had been seven years of the government doing no due process in Parliament Square, Central London, during which I had been tortured and Brian died etc... before I went on hunger strike. Then they had the nerve to dishonestly claim 'law' takes a long time knowing full well, the European Union has no due process for civilian exiles from within the European Union.
It was all a very long process of no due process.
Article 50 is just another way of politicians trying to hide their trying to do the same thing.... a different way.
There is no doubt politicians are trying to hide what is really going on.
A second 'referendum' which more likely than not, will be what politicians always planned, will not change the reality there is no due process for... civilian exiles from within the European Union. Article 50 is only a veneer of opportunity for the 'mob mentality' of politicians to go after those who are already... civilian exiles.
The reality is the British and Australian governments have acted in completely bad faith, making no lawful attempt whatsoever to resolve very serious lawsuits, while using the veneer of Brexit to grandstand to camera.
Any which way 'Article 50' is looked at it has only been used to cause the most serious harm possible to defenceless civilians without any due process.
Most civilians always want peace.
The only way to really arrive at peace for civilians is through a de-escalation of... state violence/'strong arm' tactics/blackmail etc of any kind towards... defenceless civilians.
It really is the legal... responsibility of governments to really do the right thing, rather than grandstanding for any and all sorts of their own other 'reasons'.