THE ‘BREXIT’ TRIALS: Crisis of Authority: Reporting the News

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3. When Boris Johnson, Theresa May, ‘the guilty five’ and the Conservative Party seemed to be planning to escape from the relatively light confinements of the Houses of Parliament, the army council ordered the Houses of Parliament be occupied.

Yet what were they to do with their captives ?

Simply to assassinate them would deprive their opponents of any semblance or legitimacy.

A formal trial, therefore, seemed necessary; but it was not easy to achieve. First Parliament had to be purged of nearly half of its members, who disapproved of putting the Conservative Party on trial.

Once reconstructed, (with a landslide Labour victory in the June 8th, 2017 snap election), so as to exclude opposition, Parliament then had to pass a law (a few centuries ago) redefining treason as a crime against the state, not just a crime against the leader of the country/ the Prime Minister, of which the Prime Minster could not logically have been guilty.

The judges and executioners pointedly assumed the regalia and symbolism of state power, and conducted both the trial and execution with great punctionlesness, in order to bolster the impression of due process in the eye of onlookers and news and newspaper readers.

Trial 4). ‘Is Theresa May guilty of treason ?’, 11th July, 2018, From Christopher Howse, The Telegraph, available on:

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/opinion/2018/07/11/theresa-may-guilty-treason-plenty-readers-think-politicians/

Letter from Jennifer CM Butler, sent to, David Lammy Labour MP, 2017:

Trial 2). ‘A vote by 37% of an electorate majority cannot mandate major constitutional change’ (A C Grayling, The New European).

Trial 3). ‘Our government is behaving in ways which are unacceptable both politically and constitutionally’ (A C Grayling, The New European).

Trial 4). ‘The hung parliament on the 8th June is simply a confirmation of this’ (A C Grayling, The New European).

Trial 5). ‘Excluding expatriates from the EU referendum franchise, if they have not been resident in the UK for more than 15 years, is in fact contrary to their rights under the EHCR’ (A C Grayling, The new European).

Trial 6). ‘Tenuously propped up by a near deal with the DUP, is in fact a violation of the Good Friday Peace Agreement’ (A C Grayling, The New European).

Trial 7). ‘The hung parliament on the 8th June, was a rejection of Theresa May, her parliament and her Brexit’ (A C Grayling, The New European).

In return for my consideration, I trust you can represent these interests in parliament.

Trial 5). ‘Buzz News’, Boris Johnson’s Conservative Party after dinner speech: “This ‘Brexit’ isn’t working… guys…”

Trial 6). ‘An Establishment at war’, 9-15 February, 2018, From the New Statesman.

Trial 7). ‘Revealed: link between Tory strategist and Pro-Brexit ads’, Thursday 4 April 2019, The Guardian.

Trial 8). ‘Digital exit will mean end of our right to roam…’ 25 April, 2018, From Ayala De Parker, The New European, available on:

https://www.theneweuropean.co.uk/top-stories/digital-exit-brexit-roaming-charges-nina-de-ayala-parker-mobile-phones-1-5483568

Trial 9). ‘Michael Gove, Boris Johnson, Liam Fox, Chris Grayling, Andrea Leaveson and PrITI Patel were all part of the officially-approved Vote leave campaign committee which sanctioned the lie about post-Brexit NHS funding (£350 billion extra per/week if we voted Brexit) on their campaign bus, along with numerous other untruths, distortions and disinformation dished out in the run-up to the EU referendum’ Letters to the editor, The New European, 2017.

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“We send the EU 350 million a week, let’s fund our NHS instead -Vote-Leave” A Vote-Leave Campaign Bus, The New European, 2017.

Trial 9). ‘Our modern political era is dominated by a war against reality’, 4 October, 2018, From James Ball, The New European, available on:

https://www.theneweuropean.co.uk/top-stories/james-ball-deconstructed-politics-reality-1-5722985

Trial 19). ‘New Tories New Danger’ ‘Extraordinary Cult: The rise of Jacob Rees-Mogg’, Thursday, February 8th-Wednesday, February 14, 2018, From Michael White, The New European.

22). Brexit: ‘Demolishing the Spin on a healthcare system in crisis’, Friday May 19 -Thursday May 25, 2017, The New European.

20). Speech from Royal College of Nursing, ‘do not be bizet’ [at each other, now is a time to cooperate], 2017.

21. Government STP’s: ‘The new government Sustainability and Transformation plans (STP’s) are regional plans set across England to devastate the NHS and force the slow but steady privatisation of the NHS, service by service’, Keep our NHS Public, July 2017, Wood Green Library, available on:

22. ’Shameful NHS Sell-Off:’ ‘Over 350 GP practices, hospitals, and social care, surgeries and community care centres have been sold to private health companies, who have failed the NHS’, Keep our NHS Public, July 2017, Wood Green Library, available on:

Trial 10). ‘The Truth Must Come Out’, ‘Hard questions must be answered’ -Corbyn’, Friday June 16, 2017, From Jonty Leff, The Newsline.

Trial 11). ‘Adonis Exclusive: Labour must hold its own referendum’, Thursday, February 8th-Wednesday, February 14, 2018, The New European.

Trial 12). ‘Labour Moving towards people’s vote’, Friday 22 February 2019, The Evening Standard.

Trial 13). ‘Labour a government in waiting’, Thursday June 22, 2017, From Jonty Leff, The Newsline.

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Trial 14). ‘My (post-world war II) generation’s hard fought for lessons are being forgotten’, July 15, 2017, Harry Leslie Smith, The New European, available on:

https://wordpress.com/posts/jennifercmbutler90.com

Boris Johnson, Theresa May and ‘the guilty five’s’ calmly defiant behaviour, meanwhile, was not meant to secure their acquittal, which everyone knew would have been unforthcoming anyhow.

Rather, Boris and Theresa May, hoped to garner sympathy for their plight, to demonstrate publicly their unwavering adherence to their own principles, and to provoke prosecutors and judges into behaving like rabid zealots.

Likewise, their conduct on the scaffold impressed even those who deplored their political position.

While judges and journalists strove to describe them as overwhelming tyrants, Boris Johnson and Theresa May struggled to appear the heir to a Christian tradition of suffering innocence, a “martyr of the people.”

Trial 14). Trial 14). Sadiq tells EU: Put the brakes on Brexit’, Friday 26 October 2018, The Evening Standard.

Trial 15). ‘Europe Elections Nightmare for PM’, Friday 5th April, From Daniel Binns, The Evening Standard.

Sofa… so bad’ ‘PM’s sitting room chat to warn UK that Brexit will never happen if there’s no deal’, Monday April 8, 2019, The Metro.

Trial 16). ‘Once we’ve stopped Brexit, the real work starts’, 23 June, 2018, From, AC Grayling, The New European, available on:

https://www.theneweuropean.co.uk/top-stories/ac-grayling-once-we-ve-stopped-brexit-the-real-world-starts-1-5572132

Trial 17). ‘We’ve enough Labour backing  for a Norway-style Brexit’, Monday 11th March, 2019, The Evening Standard, available on:

https://wordpress.com/view/jennifercmbutler90.com

Trial 18). ‘Brexiteer: We are much better off working inside the EU’, 8 April, 2019, From, The new European, available on:

https://www.theneweuropean.co.uk/top-stories/commentator-peter-oborne-
column-for-open-democracy-1-5983403

Jeremy Corbyn, “I’ll take it from here guys”

Queen, best interest in a deal…

Trial 1). ‘How Brexit took its toll on the mental health of the nation’, Thursday 4 April 2019, The Guardian.

Trial 2). ‘We will be clambering out of this for years’, January 24 -January 30, 2019, From Zoe Williams, The New European, available on:

https://wordpress.com/view/jennifercmbutler90.com

Trial 3). ‘Zero good about Brexit…’ 8 July, 2018, From James Ball, The New European, available on:

https://jennifercmbutler90.com/2018/07/08/zero-good-about-brexit/

 

When Boris Johnson, Theresa May, ‘the guilty five’ and the Conservative Party seemed to be planning to escape from the relatively light confinements of the Houses of Parliament, the army council ordered the Houses of Parliament be occupied.

Yet what were they to do with their captives ?

Simply to assassinate them would deprive their opponents of any semblance or legitimacy.

A formal trial, therefore, seemed necessary; but it was not easy to achieve. First Parliament had to be purged of nearly half of its members, who disapproved of putting the Conservative Party on trial.

Once reconstructed, (with a landslide Labour victory in 2017), so as to exclude opposition, Parliament then had to pass a law redefining treason as a crime against the state, not just a crime against the leader of the country/ the Prime Minister, of which the Prime Minster could not logically have been guilty.

The judges and executioners pointedly assumed the regalia and symbolism of state power, and conducted both the trial and execution with great punctionlesness, in order to bolster the impression of due process in the eye of onlookers and news and newspaper readers.

Boris Johnson, Theresa May and ‘the guilty five’s’ calmly defiant behaviour, meanwhile, was not meant to secure their acquittal, which everyone knew would have been unforthcoming anyhow.

Rather, Boris and Theresa May, hoped to garner sympathy for their plight, to demonstrate publicly their unwavering adherence to their own principles, and to provoke prosecutors and judges into behaving like rabid zealots.

Likewise, their conduct on the scaffold impressed even those who deplored their political position.

While judges and journalists strove to describe them as overwhelming tyrants, Boris Johnson and Theresa May struggled to appear the heir to a Christian tradition of suffering innocence, a “martyr of the people.”

Please see, THE BREXIT TRIALS, below:

1). ‘How Brexit took its toll on the mental health of the nation’, Thursday 4 April 2019, The Guardian, for a more detailed explanation of this.

2). ‘We will be clambering out of this for years’, January 24 -January 30, 2019, From Zoe Williams, The New European, for a more detailed explanation of this, available on:

https://wordpress.com/view/jennifercmbutler90.com

Please see also, 3). ‘Zero good about Brexit…’ 8th July 2018, From James Ball, The New European, for a more detailed explanation of this, available on:

https://jennifercmbutler90.com/2018/07/08/zero-good-about-brexit/

The news and newspapers have provided eyewitness, or what purported to be eyewitness’ accounts of the inner workings of the Houses of Parliament, in particular the Conservative Party, ‘Brexit’, the ‘Vote-Leave’ Campaign, the Prime Minster’s snap election and the Conservative Party’s subsequent trials, and their execution very shortly after they occurred.

Please see also, 4.) “37% of an electorate majority cannot mandate major constitutional change, forging a deal with the DUP is a violation of the good Friday peace arrangement, the hung parliament in the June 8th elections was a rejection of Theresa May, a rejection of her ‘Brexit’ and a rejection of her government and her policies too…” for a more detailed explanation of this.

Letter to David Lammy.

Please see also, 5). ‘350 billion for the NHS’ (?) “Our modern political era is dominated by a war against reality”, 4th October 2018, From ‘James Ball’s Deconstructed’, The New European for a more detailed explanation of this, available on:

https://www.theneweuropean.co.uk/top-stories/james-ball-deconstructed-politics-reality-1-5722985

Please see also, 6). ‘Deconstructing an NHS in crisis’, From, The New European, for a more detailed explanation of this.

Please see also, 7). ‘Dexit: Digital Exit’, “Digital exit will mean end of our right to roam…” 25th April, 2018, From Ayala De Parker, The New European for a more detailed explanation of this, available on:

https://www.theneweuropean.co.uk/top-stories/digital-exit-brexit-roaming-charges-nina-de-ayala-parker-mobile-phones-1-5483568

Please see also, 8). ‘Revealed: link between Tory strategist and Pro-Brexit ads’, Thursday 4 April 2019, The Guardian.

Between 2016-2019, many in Parliament who had initially wanted to restrict the Conservative Party’s powers, hesitated to remove them from their seats; they favoured a negotiated end to hostilities.

Please see also, 9). ‘The Truth Must Come Out’, ‘Hard questions must be answered’ -Corbyn’, Friday June 16 2017, The Newsline.

Please see also, 10). ‘Labour a government in waiting’, Thursday June 22, 2017, From Jonty Leff, The Newsline.

Please see also, 11). ‘Labour a government in waiting’, Thursday June 22, 2017, From Jonty Leff, The Newsline, for a more detailed explanation of this.

Please see also, 12). ‘Is Theresa May guilty of treason ?’, 11th July 2018, From Christopher House The Telegraph, for a more detailed explanation of this, available on:

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/opinion/2018/07/11/theresa-may-guilty-treason-plenty-readers-think-politicians/

Please see also, 13). ‘Sadiq tells EU: Put the brakes on Brexit’, Friday 26 October 2018, The Evening Standard, for a more detailed explanation of this.

Please see also, 14). ‘Labour Moving towards people’s vote’, Friday 22 February 2019, The Evening Standard, for a more detailed explanation of this.

Please see also, 15). ‘Dumbkirk’, The New European.

Please see also, 16). ‘We must show cooperation’, The New European.

Please see also, 17). ‘An Establishment at war’, 9-15 February, From New Statesman.

Please see also, 18). ‘Adonis Exclusive: Labour must hold its own referendum’, Thursday, February 8th-Wednesday, February 14, 2018, The New European, for a more detailed explanation of this.

Please see also, 19). ‘New Tories New Danger’ ‘Extraordinary Cult: The rise of Jacob Rees-Mogg’, Thursday, February 8th-Wednesday, February 14, 2018, From Michael White, The New European, for a more detailed explanation of this.

Please see also, 20). Speech from Royal College of Nursing, ‘do not be bizet’.

Please see also, 21). ‘Buzz News’, Boris Johnson’s Conservative Party after dinner speech: “This ‘Brexit’ isn’t working… guys…“

Please see also, 22). ‘Brexit: A Spin on a healthcare system in crisis’, The New European.

Please see also, 23). ‘Brexiteer: We are much better off working inside the EU’, 8 April, 2019, From, The new European, for a more detailed explanation of this, available on:

https://www.theneweuropean.co.uk/top-stories/commentator-peter-oborne-column-for-open-democracy-1-5983403

Please see also, 24). ‘Once we’ve stopped Brexit, the real work starts’, 23 June, 2018, From, AC Grayling, The new European, for a more detailed explanation of this, available on:

https://www.theneweuropean.co.uk/top-stories/ac-grayling-once-we-ve-stopped-brexit-the-real-world-starts-1-5572132

Please see also, 25). ‘May’s Brexit Crisis’, ‘We’ve enough Labour backing for a Norway-style Brexit’, The Evening Standard, available on:

https://wordpress.com/view/jennifercmbutler90.com (March 13th, 2019)

Please see also, 26). ‘Europe Elections Nightmare for PM’, Friday 5th April, The Evening Standard.

 

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