Articles about Judiciary
The Erosion of Our Institutions and Constitutional Freedoms
by The Editor
English Law is based firmly on aspects of common law (inherited from the Anglo-Saxons), feudal law (inherited from the Normans) and subsequent laws which have been passed through parliament and which can, therefore, be repealed in the same way they had been passed. They are not written in stone. Our judges are guided by these laws and legislation. A judge has some room for manoevre to work within the laws before him using precedence, custom and conventions. That said, sadly we have seen more political judgements in Britain or should I say judgements affected by politics, since 1945, than ever before.
Judges Against the British People by David Hamilton
by The Editor
If anything should arouse deep concern and protest it is the politicisation of the British judiciary and its opposition to the interests of the British people. Since the rise of the New left in the 1960s Judges routinely make political decisions not just political statements. This is why the Establishment is called an “Ideological Caste” united by central ideas like anti-White racism, bias for the EU and Globalism. They have not transcended prejudice and discrimination but changed the objects of their prejudice and discrimination from outsiders to their own people!