BREXIT CAMERON & BORIS’ POLISH BULLINGDON BULLY RADISLAW "23 JUNE" SIKORSKI TOUTED "MOUNTAINS OF GOLD" IN CASH FOR EU CITIZENSHIP RACKET (16.05.2017)
There's been too many rats horse-trading over Brexit Cameron's "election pledge" on 19 July 2009 to 'remove' we peaceniks that included my being illegally denied legal representation on 23 June 2010 which didn't stop our High Court jury lawsuit on 17 August 2011.
Too many ‘politicians’ really do insult civilians intelligence.
... weasel words in the -illegal- cash for eu citizenship racket...
The self-serving corporate politicians and media barons endless repetition of nothing but their legally meaningless mind-numbing knuckle dragging 'will of the people' slogan is well past it's use by date.
The superficiality of Brexit 'politicians' and 'news' media are the 'banality of evil' always trying to put a 'veneer' on what they are really doing.
Q: Why did politicians who had no power over European Union citizenship invent Article 50 out of thin air in their whole media circus of now you have European Union citizenship and now you don’t have European Union citizenship ?
A: To illegally threaten civilians European Union citizenship.
It's commonsense that tells anyone self-serving corporate politicians are always trying to find ways to try and illegally divide and rule 500 million law abiding civilians in the European Union.
You wouldn't find the wholly complicit white picket-fence brigade which is all of the British 'news' media daring to splash the real Brexit headline of the City of London 666 'secret' police across all their front pages to syndicate around the world, because that is the headline that encapsulates everything that is wrong with Brexit Britain.
The former British PM Cameron and Boris’ fellow Bullingdon and Vitol Oil Duncan’s Oxford Union bully Radislaw Sikorski expected a ‘mountain of gold’ from the whole Brexit cash for European Union citizenship racket.
Both Sikorski and his wife Ann Applebaum, an American journalist were 2016 Bilderberg attendees etc.
[Indeed two members of Emmanuel Macron's 17.05.2017 team, the new Prime Minister Edouard Phillipe and MEP Sylvie Goualard were at the 2016 Bilderberg in Dresden. Le Drian was kept on by Macron because he arranged the $50 billion submarine deal with Australia, while Phillipe and the 'environmentalist' Hulot are a PR team for the Areva and EDF Hinkley Point deal with the UK. Until 4 May 2012, Emmanuel Macron was in business with the Rothschild's Brexit chief Lord Leach who was in the British House of Lords from 06.06.2006]
This horse-trading is not a 'leak':
... 23 june 2014... this is not a real june 23 'leak'... from 'radfax' radislaw sikorski, who is really horse-trading with his fellow bullingdon bully buddies over brexit cameron's "election pledge" on 19 july 2009 to "remove" peaceniks that included his friend boris' mi5 'democracy village' etc...
He 'resigned' after publicly doing the dirty deal, playing the numbers game where he is really hiding behind Cameron.
... 23 june 2015... took him a whole year to 'negotiate' his 'mountain of gold' with his fellow bullingdon bullies...
Radislaw Sikorski et al had absolutely no problem whatsoever with British PM Cameron's 'election pledge' to 'remove' we peaceniks.
He could never claim he did not know what his friends Cameron, Boris and Duncan were doing in Parliament Square on 23 June 2010.
Sikorski sure wasn't saying Brexit is a cash for EU citizenship racket, but rather that he expected to profit from it too.
In the real world he was an advertising platform for Cameron & Co touting that big money could be made out of the Brexit cash for EU citizenship racket.
The swivel eyed old loon 'five eyes' Murdoch who is no pal of peaceniks made £2.5 billion pounds profit from the Brexit 'vote' so he could buy up shares in his ailing 'Sky' empire more cheaply.
[In 2010 we just happened to be the most effective peaceniks in the European Union, who had been doing what we did for years, because we kept it simple doing the real democracy of the peace and harmony of the rule of law]
One of Sikorski's fellow Polish MEP's Danuta Hubner who just happens to be Chair of the EU ‘Constitutional Affairs Committee’ also suddenly “commissioned” a selfie ‘legal brief’ in April 2017 ridiculously claiming politicians would have no legal liability in EU courts over Article 50:
... 'policy department c'... this is the blue-print for the brexit and brussels cash for eu citizenship racket...
It’s not a co-incidence the Radislaw Sikorski's ‘leaks’ which weren’t really leaks, but rather an attempt to make it look like they were on opposite ‘sides’ were made on 23 June 2014 before he ‘resigned’ on 23 June 2015.
Everyone knows Poland were fast tracked into the EU because they agreed to run the CIA black site for a “mountain of gold”, which Sikorski is an apologist for too.
... all radislaw sikorski really ever wanted is a "mountain of gold" for covering up his bullingdon friends "election pledge"...
It's just disgraceful how they treated we peaceniks !! in the UK, where we lawfully busted the torture spy ring being used against us with a High Court jury lawsuit.
Most governments knew what was going on in Parliament Square in Central London because what the British government was trying to do there, was so central to everything else that followed.
What the brief Hubner suddenly "commissioned" in April 2017 some ummm... ten years after Article 50 was invented !! really makes clear is that it is British nationals exercising their freedoms in the European Union who are being maliciously targeted, because [for example Polish people in the UK wouldn't lose their EU Citizenship]
The Brexit and Brussels plan is to maliciously target British nationals exercising their freedoms because British nationals who the British government are targeting too, are spread out all across the European Union, making it easier for all the politicians to gang up and pick on.
This is presumably linked to the British governments tortuous garbage in this stage managed red herring for public consumption below:
... march 2016 - may 2017... the ubiquitous red herrings for public consumption that has ummm... legal representation !!...
The rush job above based on a Spanish person wanting to bring their Algerian husband to live with them in the UK, where the Spanish person who took up British citizenship, has nothing to do with the illegal use of Article 50.
What it all inevitably 'sidesteps' is the true Brexit starting point is a) that Article 50 is of itself a cash for EU citizenship racket where b) no-one has to apply for any other citizenship.
The Brexit cash for EU citizenship racket is very clearly distinguished from the case above, where frankly it is impossible to even explain why the Spanish woman even wanted British citizenship, that she didn't even need for anything.
The woman is not being threatened with losing her EU citizenship in what is not a case about British nationals exercising their freedoms in the rest of the European Union being illegally threatened over losing their EU citizenship.
There's a real legal problem with British nationals exercising their freedoms who should all have access to legal representation in what is a very, very serious issue 'politicians' are treating flippantly while trying to get their 'mountain of gold'.
This is the cash for EU citizenship racket:
... april 2017... interestingly the brexit and brussels 'policy department c' are falsely claiming that british nationals exercising their freedoms in the rest of the european union have no right to a) legal representation or b) access to european courts...
In fact anyone from outside the EU can buy EU citizenship that politicians are illegally trying to take away from people who already have it, using the Article 50 cash for EU citizenship racket.
The whole Brexit cash for EU citizenship racket is just a disgrace.
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