Wednesday, 6 February 2008

The Lisbon Treaty: the European Foundation Analysis, Part III

Against the intolerable backdrop of a pro-European bias in the BBC, the European Foundation continues the third part of its analysis to reveal what this Treaty really means. On the third day of opposition to the Treaty of Lisbon through Commons debate in the UK Parliament, the European Foundation provides a through Article-by-Article analysis of the key issues underlying today’s battle over human rights, which must be put forward by the Opposition in order to oppose the provisions of this Treaty. The major powers that will be surrendered have been listed below – click on an Article to read the analysis.

It is Britain and not the European Union that must retain the right to legislate for and govern the British people through the authority of a Westminster Parliament. The provisions within the Lisbon Treaty must be opposed to prevent its massively detrimental impact on the people of this country. The European project is not working – its new power-grab achieved through the Treaty of Lisbon must be stopped.

The European Foundation: An analysis of the Treaty of Lisbon, Part III; Briefings for opposing amendments to be made to the Treaty of Lisbon on: human rights (as debated in House of Commons, Tuesday 5 February 2008)

HUMAN RIGHTS: EU'S PRIORITY OF EUROPEAN HUMAN RIGHTS AGENDA NOT IN UK 'S INTEREST OF FREEDOM AND DEMOCRACY [ARTICLE 1a]

HUMAN RIGHTS: TREATY DEMANDS EXTENSIVE PROTECTION OF RIGHTS IN NON-EU STATES, BRITISH ‘EURO', REPLACEMENT OF NATO FORCES WHILST REJECTING “FREE AND UNDISTORTED COMPETITION” [ARTICLE 2]

HUMAN RIGHTS: UNION WILL AIM TO COMBAT DISCRIMINATION IN SUPPORT OF A RIGHTS-BASED EUROPE [ARTICLE 5b]

HUMAN RIGHTS: UK SUBJECT TO NEW EU CHARTER OF FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS [ARTICLE 6]

HUMAN RIGHTS: LISBON TREATY WILL IMPOSE SANCTIONS BASED ON EU PERCEPTION (NOT REALITY) OF APPLICATION OF RIGHTS IN UK [ARTICLE 7]

HUMAN RIGHTS: TREATY TO ENFORCE AN OFFICIAL EU CITIZENSHIP – BRITISH CITIZENS TO BECOME EU CITIZENS [ARTICLE 8]

HUMAN RIGHTS: UNION WILL DO POLITICAL DEALS FOR BRITAIN OUTSIDE OF EUROPE , ASSERTING EU BODY OF HUMAN RIGHTS OVER ALL EXTERNAL ACTIONS [ARTICLE 10a]

HUMAN RIGHTS: EU INTERFERES WITH MOVEMENT OF UK PERSONAL DATA RELATING TO CRIME, JUSTICE AND TRAVEL [ARTICLE 16B]

HUMAN RIGHTS: BRITISH CITIZENS WILL BECOME EU CITZENS, SURRENDERING THEIR NATIONAL CITIZENSHIP FOR LOYALTY TO THE UNION [ARTICLE 17]

HUMAN RIGHTS: IMPLEMENTATION OF BINDING CHARTER OF FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS WILL RESULT IN UNHINDERED CONTROL OVER ENTIRE UK JUSTICE SYSTEM [Protocol on the Application of the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union to Poland and to the United Kingdom ]

HUMAN RIGHTS: EU WILL AGREE TO EUROPEAN CONVENTION ON HUMAN RIGHTS GIVING IT POWERS OF A STATE AND FURTHER DESTROYING BRITISH LIBERTY & SECURITY [Protocol relating to Article 6(2) of the Treaty on European Union on the Accession of the Union to the European Convention on the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms]

HUMAN RIGHTS: PROTOCOL RECOGNISES APPLICATION OF CHARTER OF FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS TO INTERFERE IN UK ASSESSMENT OF INTRA-EUROPEAN ASYLUM [The Protocol on asylum for nationals of Member States of the European Union]

1 comment:

Grahnlaw said...

You seem to find rights oppressive, which I find to be quite sad.