BREXIT POLITICIANS ’ARTICLE 50’ EUPHEMISM HIDES POLITICIANS CARE LESS ABOUT… CIVILIAN… EXILES FROM UK WITHIN EUROPEAN UNION, WHO ARE PRISONERS OF NO DUE PROCESS, UNLIKE… REFUGEES FROM OUTSIDE EU (16.01.2018)
There is nothing but complete and utter malice behind the euphemism of 'Article 50'.
Brexit really is hiding there is no due process for civilian exiles from within the European Union, which is what I am.
... get real...they don't even care there is no due process for exiles from the uk within the european union...
The reality is the European Union care less about their 'own' civilians exiled from... within the European Union who are prisoners of no due process, unlike refugees from outside the EU who have access to something.
The whole dirty business is planned to hide no due process. Westminster were never really leaving the European Union. If Article 50 was valid which it is not it would mean any politician from across the European Union could arbitrarily exile anyone for any political reason they feel like !!
It's very obvious now that the euphemism of 'Article 50' was devised by politicians in anticipation of (for example) forcing exile from the UK into the European Union by denying legal representation in the full knowledge of then hiding there is no due process for... civilian exiles from within the European Union.
It's another way of trying to avoid High Court jury civil lawsuits, which Westminster did actually know they had a very serious problem over the day they signed the Lisbon Treaty.
They are always only continuously trying to build 'plausible deniability' on multiple levels over what has really been going on for a very many years now since 13 December 200...7.