EU's huge legal powers; FEEDBACK.
"SAFER, stronger and better off" says Prime Minister David Cameron to which one might retort how can we possibly be safer if, as might potentially happen to any one of us, we can be arrested without the least shred of evidence that we have indeed committed an offence.
Mr Cameron has quietly taken steps to support the EU's unrighteous European Arrest Warrant.
We presently enjoy certain freedoms under our British justice system, based on habeas corpus with it's roots in Magna Carta.
The EU's justice system is based on its embryonic corpus juris, it's roots in Code Napoleon, and the two are alien to each other.
Habeas corpus affords us freedoms that corpus juris doesn't which deprives its citizens of their liberty.
Mr Cameron could have simply said "thanks, but no thanks". The PM stated there was an equivalence between the two systems which, frankly, didn't and doesn't exist. All the while hypocritically saying he wanted to see powers repatriated back to the UK.
The EAW negates the law of British habeas corpus justice systems.
The EU has established the office of European Public Prosecutor (EPP) who will be superior to all EU member nations' public prosecutors. The office is highly unlikely to manifest itself before June 23 for fear of frightening the horses. Corpus juris is a repressive legal system which will almost certainly be imposed upon us should we be foolish enough to vote to remain within the benighted EU.
Already in being is the European Gendarmerie Force (EGF) - men in black fatigues and balaclavas. What possible use could be envisaged for such an armed paramilitary force other than to ensure that the EU's writ is enforced upon us.
It was stated in the last parliament that our government would be prepared to invite special intervention forces - aka the EGF - onto British soil if the need arose. The problem with that is that once here the EGF, being answerable only to Brussels, would leave only if ordered by Brussels to do so. In other words, we would effectively be under EU occupation.
The only way to be sure that the horrors the EU's corpus juris system does not deprive us and generations as yet unborn of our individual freedom is to vote to leave. As someone once famously said, "the price of freedom is eternal vigilance" and never was vigilance more necessary than at the present time!
Mr Corcoran Lockwood