Modifying the Sherman Antitrust Act (1890) to prohibit conspiratorial cabals such as the EU and G20

National parliaments must move to prohibit any further moves towards exterior multinational governance. The trampling over of national democracy mainly for the permanent perpetuation of the powers of the present poltical incumbents, as in the secret meetings of the EU Council of the Heads of Government must be urgently halted. The end result with the removal of two democratically elected national governments,(and interference in the general elections of others) are now clear for the world to see from the dreadful events of 2011 within the EU.

I have for the purpose of this proposal modified the first two sections of the Sherman Antitrust Act passed by the US Congress in 1890, to illustrate what could be possible. The original Sherman Act may be read from here. My idea for national parliamentary enactment across the EU and within the nations whose leaders conspire against their citizens within the G20 and its sister organisations are as follows:

Section 1. International Treaties, etc., in restraint of national parliamentary authority illegal; penaltyEvery arrangement, combination in the form of treaty or otherwise, orconspiracy, in restraint of national parliamentary authority or commerce among the several Member States forming the European Union or G20, or with other foreign nations, is declared to be illegal. Every person who shall make any contract, arrangement or treaty provision or engage in any combination or conspiracy hereby declared to be illegal shall be deemed guilty of a felony, and, on conviction thereof, shall be prohibited from Parliament for his lifetime and the political party to which he belongs be punished by fine not exceeding £***.Section 2. Abnegation of national parliamentary sovereignty illegal; penaltyThis short section would prohibit any abnegation of national sovereignty by political parties or individuals and establish the penalties for such felonies.

In the case of the UK, a thorough purging of the upper ranks of the civil service and root and branch reform of its procedures and governance will also be required, as I have explained in earlier postings on this blog. Penalties to be exacted on those who have already broken our constitution in pushing through the existing non-constitutional EU Treaties, particularly John Major, Tony Blair and Gordon Brown with their accomplices, also need covering in any legislation.

Social media should be mobilised beginning with this New Year to make all aware of the massive conspiracy that has been underway across the West, particularly  such that a campaign for a restoration of democratic governance can become the main factor in the elections in France and the USA this year and in Germany in 2013. Faced with the potential loss of power, it will be amazing what could now be possible.

(This post was first published on Ironies Too, 2nd January 2012)

5 comments for “Modifying the Sherman Antitrust Act (1890) to prohibit conspiratorial cabals such as the EU and G20

  1. January 2, 2012 at 7:41 pm

    Trouble with Sherman was that it was a whitewash. Ditto TR who knew he had not a hope in hades of making it work.

    • January 2, 2012 at 8:15 pm

      I do not believe you would have believed that if you worked in the US oil business, they were terrified of it, admittedly as subsequently amended!

      • January 3, 2012 at 8:07 am

        It was certainly a big stick in certain sectors but it didn’t extend to banking where the largest “trust” in America was brought in in 1913. It regulated commerce in America but could not affect globally and it could not touch tariffs. Ways around it have been found and from Clayton onwards it’s been watered down.

        It’s great in theory of course but regarding the whitewash, it was basically so that Teddy Roosevelt could say the GOP had tackled trusts in the context of the politics of the day. Late 1800s politics [actually since Jackson’s earlier time] was quite open about key issues, e.g. cartels and monopoly.

        Whereas today when you mention conspiracy, there’s a section of the punditry who auto-guffaw and ignorantly use terms such as whack-job, it was a very real concern in the America of the time and people did debate the obvious conspiracy of cartels which still goes on today.

        If joining together with others for the purpose of maximizing some advantage and if it is done clandestinely is conspiracy, then it is rife, from WCT7 to the banking cartel. It still exists today – the only difference is that it’s seen as left field to discuss or assert it.

        The language I reserve for the deliberately blind is not printable.

  2. Andrew Duffin
    January 3, 2012 at 11:44 am

    But national parliament don’t WANT to move to stop this going on – they are part of the movement that is causing it.

    We face an international political class which is interested only in perpetuating and extending its own power.

    They are not about to change the law to frustrate their own aims.

    Whatever happens to stop them, will not come within the framework of the existing arrangements.

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