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Labour Party’s Policy Review Team are to consider ‘banning’ Freemason’s

June 17, 2011


LABOUR’S ‘POLICY REVIEW TEAM’ TO CONSIDER PROPOSAL BANNING FREEMASON’S

17/6/2011

     The Labour Party’s policy review team will consider proposal; banning all Freemason’s from also serving as a member of parliament…. – The author of a new eBook titled; Trapped in a Masonic World, wrote the following letter to all the leaders of the main political parties here in the UK, including the SNP back in May 2011. To date only the Labour party has replied this June 2011.
  • Following Jack Straw’s comment; “Membership of secret societies such as Freemasonry could raise suspicions of impartiality and objectivity”…, and Tony Blair’s assurance when in 1997 and part of his election manifesto, – he promised to compile a register of Freemason’s in public life.
  • Though despite all the inquires and reports, [and influenced by a decision in the European Court’s, and a threat of legal action from the United Grand Lodge of England], – in 2010 Jack Straw, then still Secretary of State for Justice and the Lord High Chancellor, decided to “no longer force” applicants for the judiciary to declare whether they’re a Freemason or not, as there was: “No evidence of impropriety or malpractice” added Straw.
  • Extract from letter sent to all parties;  “…I am asking you to help me put through a proposal for a ‘new law’- requiring all MP’s, MEP’s and other government dependent employees, – to have to declare their membership of the Freemason’s, – and that their resignation from one of the two is to be required.  We know this hot-potato has been debated before, but the actual outcome was far from being in the public interest, – and still needs to be re-examined”

 

Extract from letter/email received from the Labour Party’s on 2nd June 2011;

 

  • Dear Mr McCann; “Thank you for your recent email in which you share your policy ideas…”
    – “…If we are going to find practical solutions to the problems we face we have to work together as a country…” – “I have passed your letter to the Policy Review Team who will consider it as we take forward this work…” – Steph Driver – Frontbench Communications Team – On behalf of the Labour Party.   END

Facebook post showing full version of letters to party leaders, – and reply – though main letter sent follows on with this Press Release.

https://www.facebook.com/labourparty/posts/10150206619087411

Anti-Freemasonry Party link on Facebook;

https://www.facebook.com/home.php?sk=group_168080909920846

Free 21 page sample of Trapped in a Masonic World; http://www.ebooktika.com/category/Philosophy+and+Politics-19

www.trappedinamasonicworld.co.uk

Copy of letter in the style of Henry Root sent in May 2011 to Mr Cameron, Nick Clegg, Ed Miliband and Alex Salmond;

Dear……….;

“I am the author of a new eBook; Trapped in a Masonic World, I am asking you to help me put through a proposal for a ‘new law’- requiring all MP’s, MEP’s and other government dependent employees, – to declare their membership of the Freemason’s, and for their resignation from one of the two is to be required. We know this hot-potato has been debated before, but the actual outcome was far from the public interest, – and still needs to be re-examined.

In 1997, Tony Blair’s election manifesto promised to compile a register of Freemason’s in public life. Then in February 1998 following being elected, he allegedly ordered the then Home Secretary Jack Straw, to say it would soon be a requirement for all new appointments to the judiciary, police, legally qualified staff of the Crown Prosecution Service and probation and prison services to declare their membership in Masonic organisations. – Jack Straw said: “Membership of secret societies such as Freemasonry could raise suspicions of impartiality and objectivity”, and he was of course 100% right. Conservative MP, Gerald Howarth, branded the survey; “Appalling political correctness…” and said it had “…stirred up something of a hornet’s nest amongst the judiciary”. Then whilst Jack Straw was still Secretary of State for Justice and the Lord High Chancellor of Great Britain, he decided in 2010, [as we know Labour were defeated in May 2010], to “no longer force” applicants for the judiciary to declare whether they’re a Freemason or not, as there was: “No evidence of impropriety or malpractice”.

The Freemason’s challenged such a requirement when in May 2009 the United Grand Lodge of England made representations to ministers and indicated it might seek judicial review of the policy, if they were to be expected to declare their membership of the Freemason’s. The announcement by way of written ministerial statement was in light of a European Court of Human Rights judgment against the state of Italy, which was made in 2006/7, and to which our attention was drawn by the Grand Lodge of Freemasons. “It suggested that a continuation of a compulsory register…was likely to be unlawful. After legal advice I accepted that. It is open to any judge to declare that they are Freemasons”. Straw added: “…that there had been ‘no evidence’ of any unacceptable behaviour by Freemason judges”. Following this decision, John Hamill, spokesman for the United Grand Union, said: “We are very happy the right thing has been done at long last”.
But my point is this, – if you are not doing anything unacceptably wrong or illegal, have nothing to hide and are up front and honest such as the kind of judges or magistrates Jack Straw has referred to, then why on earth would you fear declaring membership and wish to ‘cover-up’ such a thing, if indeed you’re just a proud member of such a well respected fraternity?

We ‘the people’ need new law’s that stipulate: “That any persons wanting to work for and within government cannot also be a member of the Freemasons or any other secret society whilst representing the public’s interest”. With the introduction of stiff penalties and prison sentences if and when anyone is ever caught-out not declaring the truth.
As it should not be permitted that such persons be oath bound to two separate alliances, that in many a time can prove to be both detrimental and counterproductive to the governments and people’s own interests, i.e. saving the public purse billions of pounds, dollars and Euro’s etc. from either being illegally embezzled, or incompetently mishandled.
My purpose in writing to you, is to see that these issues are raised, and that to see if you and others like you whom represent the public’s interest, sees to it that these just laws and proposals are put forward to the government, – and so as they can get the ball rolling into seeing that these new laws and regulations, – that I and millions of other members of the public are crying out for, – can be implemented as soon as possible and that ‘real change’ can come about in corridors of power and throughout the lands of Great Britain.

I hope you can see these proposals in a positive light in helping bringing about true transparency to government, and restoring justice to the people.

Yours sincerely – David McCann

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