The Supreme Court are in their second day. In my opinion this case should not be in the Supreme Court and it could backfire spectacularly for the remainers.
Why do I think it should never of been heard? Simple, and it is simple. The Declaration of Rights 1688, The Bill of Rights 1688 and The Coronation Oath act 1688. The Declaration is a valid contract, as valid as the day(s) it was written, read and agreed to in mansion house. It is still in the House of Lords archives and is in fact the only parchment rolled document, sealed and signed, that is not a statute. The conversion to law, statute, was enabled via The Crown and Parliament Act 1688, this allowed for the conversion of The Declaration of Rights 1688 into The Bill of Rights 1688 (the only statute to be termed a Bill, not an Act). Then of course we have the Oath, sworn by Her Majesty and every Monarch before her from the time of first swearing in 1688.
Article 9 of The Bill of Rights 1688 states clearly;
“Freedom of Speech.
That the Freedome of Speech and Debates or Proceedings in Parlyament ought not to be impeached or questioned in any Court or Place out of Parlyament.”
There were thirteen wrongs, and thirteen rights. This happened at the end of a period of heinous brutality by the Crown and Crown advisers. Evil Counsellors.
So what is my opinion on what could happen?
If the Supreme Court uphold the Law of the Land, The Constitution. Then they will rule unanimously that this is not a case for the courts to hear. They will back, Her Majesty the Queen and Her Government. To do anything else breaches their Oath of Office. To rule against the Constitution would cause the courts to be involved with politics and not the law. A very serious breach of convention and trust.
Here it comes people:
The People are Sovereign and here is what should and could happen now.
The Supreme Court rules. This is not Justiciable.
Then, Boris Johnson goes back to Parliament on the 15th October 2019 and prorogues until the end of the fixed term parliament session comes to an end. In the meantime, government will govern and the rest of Parliament will be removed as they have lied and cheated for votes, they have arrogantly gone against the will of the people and would seek to intentionally destroy the Country, rather than make decisions for us all in a positive way. (Think democrats USA against President Trump).
Bear in mind, Boris asked for a General Election, they said “NO”, he asked for a Vote of No Confidence. They said “No”. What does that mean? It means they have confidence in the Government and in effect have approved of the prorogue for the good of the Country until the end of the fixed term (if that is what Dominic Cummings decides). Then, the people will decide at a General Election.
If you think this cannot happen, think again. There is another option. Her Majesty could dissolve parliament, appoint Her own Ministers, i.e Army, Navy, Airforce generals, admirals, Air Vice Marshalls and they could appoint advisors as needed. Not martial law. But close. Becarefull what you wish for…