Charlene Downes and the ‘Ethnocide’ of the English
The tragic circumstances in which Charlene and a number of other youngsters disappeared in one area of Blackpool alone are alarming. Having met and listened to Charlene’s mother and sister myself I understand the mental agony the family have suffered since Charlene vanished. Assumed tortured and murdered in the most horrific circumstances.
Charlene’s brutal murder will or should feature on Crimewatch, 16th September in a few weeks time. However as the BBC and the established media in general have been instrumental in promoting the Genocide/Ethnic Clearance ‘Ethnocide’ of the English within and from their own homeland for years. We at Northants English Welfare Society think this is too little too late.
However let’s hope for the Downes family sake the culprits are brought to justice.
Following is a copy of a letter sent to Michael Ellis MP earlier this year on behalf of the English Community by NEWS.
Northants English Welfare Society
2nd January 2014
The Right Honourable Michael Ellis MP
Member, Statutory Instruments (Joint Committee)
The above named society calls for an investigation into the crime of genocide against the English. If, after an impartial investigation, any person or persons are found to be guilty, we request an appropriate prosecution(s) to follow and for the ongoing genocide to be stopped.
With reference to the Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide, we believe there are reasonable and good grounds for an investigation.
The Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide was Adopted by Resolution 260 of the U.N. General Assembly on the 9th December 1948, and came into force on the 12th January 1951.
According to Article 1, genocide is an international crime and the contracting parties to the Convention undertake to take action to prevent genocide and to punish those guilty of this crime.
Genocide is an international crime whether committed in times of peace or war.
According to Article 2, genocide is defined as any one of a number of acts. One such act that qualifies as genocide is: ‘Deliberately inflicting on the group conditions of life calculated to bring about its physical destruction in whole or in part’ with ‘intent to destroy, in whole or in part, a national, ethnic, racial or religious group.’
We verily do believe that mass immigration of other national, ethnic, racial and religious groups into Britain and England has been and still is a deliberate act, calculated to bring about the destruction of the English ethnic or indigenous group or Nation in whole or part. Based on the grounds of a number of facts, including the reports of previous Governments and/or their agents deliberately engineering mass immigration into Britain and England. The act of mass immigration has brought about the physical destruction of English peoples. We submit that mass immigration is not the only matter to be considered in this case.
Thus, there are reasonable grounds to believe that the conditions of life were deliberately inflicted on the Nation and were calculated to destroy in whole or part the English ethnic or indigenous group or Nation. Moreover, such an act would qualify as the crime of genocide, if intent were present. Of course, the intention behind an action is not always easy to discern. However, we call for this to be investigated thoroughly and vigorously because we verily do believe intent was present.
Even if intent is not proven in some instances, under Article 3 of the Convention various acts that are punishable are listed.
These acts listed in Article 3 are: genocide; conspiracy to commit genocide; direct and public incitement to commit genocide; attempting to commit genocide; and complicity in genocide. It is possible that many politicians, journalists, academics and other public figures are at least complicit in genocide. We request that this is also investigated thoroughly and vigorously.
Article 4 states that those guilty of any of the actions enumerated in Article 3 shall be punished, whether they are constitutionally responsible rulers, public officials or private individuals.
According to Article 8, ‘any Contracting Party may call upon the competent organs of the United Nations to take such action under the Charter of the United Nations as they consider appropriate for the prevention and suppression of acts of genocide or any of the other acts enumerated in Article 3.’
We, the above named society, thus call upon you as an elected member of parliament to assist in calling for an investigation into genocide and/or any punishable acts as according to Article 3 (such as complicity in genocide, attempted genocide, etc.). We also call for all appropriate preventative measures to be taken.
Failure to act will be interpreted as wilful ignorance of genocide or any other acts under article 3 and will be construed as complicity. The above named society will also consider failure to act an infringement of English Common Law.
For and on behalf of Northants English Welfare Society