Direct Democracy proposal for Home Affairs, Security and Policing

Reform the remit of MI5 [Military Intelligence Unit 5]

MI5 was created specifically and only to protect British parliamentary democracy but, it has adapted and diversified over time and so has lost its orientation. Should the People's Administration install direct democracy, we propose to reform the remit of MI5 so that it can prioritise the protection of the people.

Whenever there is a conflict of interest between what suits Parliament and what suits the people, it should be the interests of the people that is prioritised and protected because, this would be the democratic thing to do. Re-framing MI5's remit to being one that protects British democracy [as opposed to protecting British parliamentary democracy] will mean that MI5 can continue to operate exactly as it does now but, it will be able to prioritise the needs of the people over the criminal desires of MPs.

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Your freely-elected so-called 'qualified' MPs voted years ago to ban secret service and intelligence officers from disclosing information about any crimes committed by MPs and unelected Lords and Ladies [the core of the establishment] to any 3rd party. As such, any officer who breaches this law will be tried for treason [in secret] and, it is due to this block that MPs are able to pressurise officers into undertaking unlawful practices because, officers [of any level] who refuse such orders have their jobs and pensions threatened and can't report any unlawful orders to anyone anyway. It is criminal MPs who break laws by ordering officers to commit to unlawful acts and obviously, no officer can disclose when MPs do this and, with intelligence officers already banned from reporting the crimes of MPs, David Cameron now wants the lawful right to hide the identities of any MPs who get arrested [automatic lawful cover-ups].

In our belief, this is the only reason for why intelligence staff commit to unlawful practices so, if you don't like it and if you want to have a say in the laws that govern them, you can vote to sack their boss [David Cameron] by voting for direct democracy now or by voting for the PA and direct democracy in 2015.

We would also propose maintaining MI5's current structure because let's face it - their commitment to their remit is beyond reproach:

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PA Video PA direct democracy video: MI5 UNLAWFULLY threatens to frame those who won't co-operate
PA Video PA direct democracy video: UK government cover-up claims of MI5 torture

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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.