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BREXIT VOTE IS NOT DEMOCRATIC AND IS INVALID DUE TO BREACHES INTO THE EU CHARTER OF FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS

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BREXIT VOTE IS NOT DEMOCRATIC AND IS INVALID DUE TO BREACHES INTO THE EU CHARTER OF FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS

Tue, 08/06/2019 - 21:49
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UK PETITION - Invalidate Brexit referendum results due to the undemocratic exclusion of EU Expats

All Remainers please follow the link below to read and sign the petition and share with anyone you can share as much as you can.

Invalidate Referendum Result Due To Undermocratic Exclusion Of EU Expats.

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Brexit Petition

HIGH PRIORITY OPEN LETTER TO THE UK GOVERNMENT AND EU COUNCIL URGING INVALIDATION OF BREXIT VOTE

 

UK & EU PRE PETITION ANNOUNCEMENT

Brexit vote was not democratic and must be invalidated. Millions of EU expatriates who have permanent residence in the UK were not invited to vote in the Brexit referendum. All EU expatriates were not heard, while their lives are being adversely affected.

 

Therefore, by means of this open letter, the UK and EU authorities are urged to invalidate the Brexit vote on the following grounds.

 

  1. It is not democratic and it is discriminatory to exclude a minority of 3.7 million EU citizens living in the UK from voting in a referendum directly concerning the particular minority.

 

  1. The UK government failed and continue to fail to observe the human rights of the EU minority, as further evidenced by analysis of the EU Charter.

 

EU Charter Article 21 - Non-discrimination

 

  1. Any discrimination based on any ground such as sex, race, colour, ethnic or social origin, genetic features, language, religion or belief, political or any other opinion, membership of a national minority, property, birth, disability, age or sexual orientation shall be prohibited.

 

  1. Within the scope of application of the Treaty establishing the European Community and of the Treaty on European Union, and without prejudice to the special provisions of those Treaties, any discrimination on grounds of nationality shall be prohibited.

 

The UK government continue to discriminate the EU expatriates on grounds of EU nationalities by the continuing to support of the Brexit vote, which was not democratic due to the exclusion of a large population segment that is a significant contributor to the UK economies and a key shareholder in the UK’s future. We argue that the UK government is responsible for scare-mongering tactics and misleading marketing tactics that were used in promoting Brexit vote to leave, of which the side product has been an increased wave of racism and populism, clearly evidenced in the 30% popularity of a far-right led party and increased rates in national crime statistics in relation to a racial crime or abuse. This would not happen should EU expatriates were invited to vote with a magnitude of 3.7 million votes ensuring the referendum vote resulting in the remain option.

 

For EU expatriates Brexit is a form of constructive dismissal.  With over 30% of the British population inclined to vote a far-right party, it sends a clear message of not being welcomed, despite many maintain their permanent residence in the UK for decades.

 

Article 22 - Cultural, religious and linguistic diversity

The Union shall respect cultural, religious and linguistic diversity.

 

Similarly to Article 21, we argue that the UK government failed to respect cultural diversity by excluding a minority of 3.7 million people from contributing to a decision that adversely affects them.

 

Article 39 - Right to vote and to stand as a candidate at elections to the European Parliament

  1. Every citizen of the Union has the right to vote and to stand as a candidate at elections to the European Parliament in the Member State in which he or she resides, under the same conditions as nationals of that State.

 

On those bases, we argue that, the UK government by not allowing EU citizens to vote, it hindered the right to stand as a candidate at the elections to the EU Parliament in the Member State in which he or she resides; in the direct consequence of not permitting permanently residing EU citizens to vote in the Brexit referendum.

 

In addition to the above, we submit that further discriminatory behaviour of the UK government is evidenced by requiring from EU expatriates, who already hold a form of permanent residence, to re-apply for a new permanent residence and pay a significant fee.

 

In conclusion, we ask all Member States governments to suspend article 50 in order to protect their nationals in the UK and request the UK government to take corrective actions.

 

UK petition was submitted on 7th July with the below content. Further updates will be provided here. In the meantime, please sing up below and stay tuned for more updates!

 

 

 

UPDATE 07/08/2019: I’ve made a petition – will you sign it?

 

All Remainers please follow the link below to read and sign the petition and share with anyone you can share as much as you can.

Invalidate Referendum Result Due To Undermocratic Exclusion Of EU Expats

 

My petition:

Invalidate Brexit referendum results due to the undemocratic exclusion of EU Expats

Brexit vote was not democratic and must be invalidated. Millions of EU expatriates who have permanent residence in the UK were not invited to vote in the Brexit referendum. All EU expatriates were not heard, while their lives are being adversely affected.

Pursuant to articles 21, 22 and 39 of EU Charter of Fundamental Rights, the UK government failed to protect the basic rights of EU expatriates. On grounds of nationality, also resulting in disrespect of cultural pro-EU background, it is discriminatory and unconstitutional to prevent a minority from voting on public matters impacting their lives significantly. We ask the UK government to assume responsibility for the rise of populism and racism and issue an official apology to all EU expatriates.

 

 

All Remainers please follow the link below to read and sign the petition and share with anyone you can share as much as you can.

Invalidate Referedum Result Due To Undermocratic Exclusion Of EU Expats.

 

English conservative government seems to ignore minorities and decides their faith without listening to their voice. This discriminatory behaviour must cease to exist and we urge everyone to share this post and subsequent petition and let it resonate in the farthest corners of Northern Ireland, the highest mountains of Scotland and the deepest valleys of Wales!

 

 

UPDATE 09/08/2019 Email Sent EU Press Office

 

The following email has been sent to a member of the EU Press Office.

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Hope my email finds you well.

I am looking to increase awareness of a series of actions that are being taken against the UK government and hoping you could be of help. 

 

As a first action, I made a petition to the UK Government to asking to invalidate Brexit referendum results due to the undemocratic exclusion of EU expatriates. The petition is pending approval it will be published at https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/269250/sponsors/new?token=9CT2EcUw6taVrfb1W6L (old link)

(The above-stated petition content was disclosed in this place)

 

In further action, unless Brexit will be stoped in the result of this petition, I plan to file an application and claim to the Supreme Court against the UK Government, reusing and adding to the content of the petition. The full content of the petition is included below and you may see further analysis of the matter at visiting our website linked further below. The subsequent action to be taken is another petition to the UK government requesting to suspend Article 50 process due to the pending legal action alleging invalidity of the UK referendum in its very core of a democratic instrument.

I am also considering to submit the EU petition of a similar nature, addressing the EU commission and Member States to stop the Brexit process.

 

Considering the above information, I would like to ask if it is feasible for you to forward this information onto a decision-maker that could consider the validity of what we are trying to achieve and give feedback.

In an ideal scenario, I am hoping that the EU Commission and the Member States are empowered to suspend the Brexit process on the discussed grounds.

I look forward to reading your response.

 

WATCH THIS SPACE FOR FURTHER UPDATES

As of 15/08/2019 no response still.

 

 

UPDATE 11/08/2019 - Further Thoughts & Alexa's Welsch Greeting The UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson In Style

The emerging situation in the case of no-deal Brexit is rather severe. All products, that are imported from the EU and all other countries that signed a trade deal with the EU, will become less accessible due to increased taxes. Therefore for many UK businesses, it will become risky to stock up and hold their assets in more expensive stock they may not sell, and particularly food supply industry in short to medium product life-span will be massively affected. Simply put there will be much less choice on the shelves and due to similar difficulty UK businesses will have exporting, domestic production will become more expensive. While exporting, many UK businesses will face lack of buying power from their European partners, their money will end up in stock and the only way they can sell the stock and don’t go bust is to reduce the production = lost jobs, which may result in overloaded benefit system and then we might start to talk about starvation. Then the very same people that have voted to leave will be rioting in the streets, and some pig brains such as Nigel Farage will further blame all immigrants and spread the hate. I do not like what happened to the UK, while 30% of English people voted the fascist in EU elections! Has this become Oi! England back to 70’s? After 16 years in the UK, not for me, as a European citizen, I may sadly exit as well and take my businesses elsewhere given the vastness of choice & safety & pro-EU unity of any other EU country

 

 

 

UPDATE 14/08/2019 - The Original Petition Had Been Rejected By The UK Petition Committee For Similarity!

No similar petition can be found on the UK Petitions website!

Although not totally unexpected, it still came as a shock. On the grounds of similarity, the committee may reject the petition should it call for the same action as a petition that’s already open. The only open petition that supports Remain, has the following content.

Revoke Article 50 and remain in the EU.

"The government repeatedly claims exiting the EU is 'the will of the people'. We need to put a stop to this claim by proving the strength of public support now, for remaining in the EU. A People's Vote may not happen - so vote now."

And that's it. That petition had received so far over 6M signatures. But where is there the similarity? How does a petition that is simply asking for a revocation of Article 50 with no solid grounds, compares to a petition that asks for invalidation of original referendum results due to the UK government non-compliance breaches into EU charter. It is clear that there are no similarities and we are being purposefully lied to.

Furthermore, there seems to be a trait of disregard for basic human rights by the UK government. Only yesterday my FaceTime call with my close relative was tapped into, only today to verify my suspicions are likely to be correct; considering these finds...

If you're suing the UK government, Brit spies will snoop on your briefs

UK mass surveillance programme violates human rights, European court rules

Nice to now I am such a treat that I have to be snooped upon, again the UK government is totally disregarding humans rights, lying to us, spying on us. Well, there is only only one message I can rely on in that aspect. Remember, remember the fifth of November, Gunpowder treason and plot. We see no reason. Why gunpowder treason. Should ever be forgot!  There is 73% of the British public who do not support 'No Deal Brexit' so it is not even a question the greatest public action Britain has ever seen will be underway should we exit according to the not so great plan of Boris The Not So Great, on the October, 31st.

Therefore one has to really ask, why go to such extremes, what is the snag? Politicians that do not care about their votes? That does not make any sense at all. Surely not even Boris Johnson or Theresa May are not blind or deaf. Why they are ignoring the people voice and going for a political 'kamikaze'. They must know that as a government they are done and every day they survive after 31st October will be an utter miracle. Not assuming they are doing it for a greater good and also not assuming there is a conspiracy such as an agreement between the UK and the EU to break off and play up the public. Therefore the only logical answer is, there must significant and long term financial gains for the key players.

 

 

UPDATE 15/08/2019 EXTENDED PETITION IS LAUNCHED AT 38DEGREES.ORG

All Remainers please follow the link below to read and sign the petition and share with anyone you can share as much as you can.

Invalidate Referedum Result Due To Undermocratic Exclusion Of EU Expats.

Unfortunately, this one will be much harder to get singed. We need to manually gather all signatures via social media and email communication. 38degrees.org is a great service, however, it does not enjoy the publicity and the regular traffic the gov petition regularly receives where people just have the habit to click and sign anything they fancy.

Never mind, we have only the UK government and petition committee to thank for much harder tasks. Never give up never surrender.

 

In the meantime, while we are fighting the UK government and they are fighting us, there is a great 'invention', a 'recommendation' from the USA, that every Brexiteer should absolutely try. It is truly amazing so watch the video if you have a Brexiteer or two at home or they may be your next-door neighbours, make sure to get them a piece and by no means wait until Chrismas!!! I am pretty sure in the USA they could be selling out very quickly too...

 

 

Image Credit: Daniel Garcia for the UK edition of GQ. Source: Facebook Page


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