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    On Jul 17, 2014 7:34 PM, "Lee Hayward" < lee.hayward@live.co.uk > wrote: I had a very enlightening evening last night. I learned all about the Treaty of Nice. In November, we will see the Queen sign away, in the Treaty of Nice, the very last of our rights as a sovereign country and bring us into full EU federalism. Ted Heath was blackmailed in the 1970s into bringing us into Europe in the first place, through his paedophilia activities on his yacht. In the same way, many of our MPs have been deliberately corrupted with this sort of classic ‘honeytrap’, and then their activities revealed in a kind of slowly rolling out disclosure, as we have seen in recent weeks, in order to help destroy our faith in our Parliament and monarchy governing us as a nation state, so that we will more readily accept the collapse of sovereignty and become part of the EU. Most people don’t realise that the collapse of sovereignty will bring in the EU and the EU will bring in UN Agenda 21, under various different aliases. (If you don’t know about, or don’t realise the dangers of UN Agenda 21,  here’s an article about it . ) In that context, it would seem to me that the emergency surveillance bill, to help ‘combat terrorism’, which is being rushed through Parliament this week is part of this wider strategy. I would suggest that if the government is worried about terrorism, it should stop funding, training and arming ISIS with ground-to-air-missiles. Just a thought… T he Data Retention and Investigative Powers Bill (DRIP) is not, as the government claims, to only “clarify grey areas” of previous and now defunct EU legislation. According to respected Twitter lawyer, Jack of Kent, who has read it, it represents “a substantial extension of interception law” which should not be rushed through as an “emergency”. Of course, the ‘emergency’ itself is false and just an excuse to rush it through, because if MPs actually had the time to read it properly, they would vote against it. As  Alan Travis in the Guardian says : “in order to ensure the continued access of the police and security services to the personal internet and phone-use tracking data held by the telecoms companies, they have had to concede

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