Direct Democracy Comment

Cameron gives UK sovereignty to US and China

C4 Dispatches 'The Chinese are coming' [3rd Dec. 2012] has revealed how UK politicians have been bowing to both bribes and threats from the Chinese Government with regards to UK domestic policy. Our so-called 'representatives' have been conforming without objection to whatever China wants - within the UK!

With David Cameron selling-out our foreign policy to the US and now our domestic policy to China, how is any of this in the interests of the UK?

The Chinese Government has actually stated that it has identified the UK as a stable future partner in business because the UK has the same citizen-control programmes in place and when the US has rejected the presence of Chinese telecom companies on its soil due to security reasons, why is David Cameron betraying us?

It's not just the Conservatives either; How much money has John Prescott [for example] and other 'socialists' so far received for their willing betrayal? Obviously not enough to bribe C4 [which is probably why he considered trying to block the broadcast instead!].

By allowing foreign regimes unfettered access to all UK domestic communications, Tony Blair and David Cameron have both already made us all potentially vulnerable to future forms of attack that neither MI5 nor MI6 can possibly foresee but, that obviously wasn't enough.

MI5's remit is specifically to 'protect British Parliamentary democracy' but, as there is no such thing as British democracy [the UK is still a theocracy], we guess MI5 are too busy harassing and threatening UK citizens to bother taking on threats from oppressive foreign regimes already operating within the UK.

BBC Silent: UK police now becoming Chinese lap dogs

Only a reform to direct democracy now can start to reverse this great and extremely dangerous betrayal but, even if in place tomorrow, direct democracy can not protect us from the potential threats that Tony Blair and David Cameron have both already exposed us to.

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It is up to us, the people [not the politicians] to use the power that we have always had, to choose to implement direct democracy as soon as possible.

This is not a protest campaign.

In accordance with Magna Carta Article 61 and with UN UDHR Article 21 and with all of the democratic principals up-held by the UN [which the UK has signed-up to], the people already have the lawful right to reform to direct democracy - even outside a general election.