What does the People's Charter Foundation stand for?
2016: the year when the people of Britain stood up to the establishment, when they demanded accountable government, when they voted for Brexit.
The "chattering classes" of the Islington metropolitan elite, many who worked in the arts and non-profits, never had a real job and are completely out of touch with the people. The likes of Anna Soubry, Diane Abbot and Emily Thornberry don't speak for us. Enough is enough. The people won't accept this any longer.
There was a long and difficult struggle to establish the British concept of negative liberty, including your right to vote - your right to choose and fire politicians, so as to ensure your voice is heard. In 1215, Magna Carta, “the Grand Charter”, granted free men a voice. The English Civil War questioned whether Parliament or the monarch was supreme. In 1838, another Charter was written, the People’s Charter, demanding for universal suffrage. There was also the battle of the suffragettes. Today, in 2016, the People’s Charter of 2016 was written, to demand our freedom – the result of the June the 23rd referendum must be accepted.
The People's Charter Foundation was established to promote democracy and freedom for all Britons, regardless of their race, gender, sexuality or religion. The six points of the People's Charter of 2016 are as follows:
- 1. Leave the EU: a points-based migration policy, and leave the 'single market';
- 2. Government to be downsized: the national budget must be balanced and taxes lower;
- 3. Not be ashamed of British national flags;
- 4. A strong military is essential;
- 5. Integration: To require English as our core language, resist multiculturalism, and oppose political correctness;
- 6. In the spirit of the 1838 Charter's sixth point that was never realised, for the right to recall bad MPs;
This year saw the success of the people standing up to the establishment and demanding our freedom. For decades, the Labour party, dominated by the Islington elite, has overlooked the working class, the people. We must refuse to give in to those Remoaners, such as Emily Thornberry, who say we should not wave British national flags. We must always demand for smaller government, lower taxes, and a strong military.
We welcome you to form in your constituency a Chartists group that stands for the six points above, and protests not just for Brexit but all of the above. It is time to stand up to the establishment. The "chattering classes" of the Islington metropolitan elite, many who worked in the arts and non-profits, never had a real job and are completely out of touch with the people. Enough is enough. The people won't accept this any longer.
We work closely with the Bruges Group, the Campaign for Independent Britain, the Bow Group, and Better Off Out.