UK Political Party Unveils British Commonwealth National Card...Members of Commonwealth Nations, Citizens advised to Apply
*British Commonwealth National Card Enhances Automatic British Subject Status, Protection
*Enforcements of Commonwealth Citizens' Protectorate Rights of Residence, Unlimited Travel Restrictions in UK and Her Territories
*Holder of British Commonwealth National Card Privileges: 'Global Social Interaction, International Relations, Travel Clearance'
*“54 Sovereignties Brought together under a Treaty Enforceable by the Universal Declaration of Human Rights 1948”-Prof Alexia Thomas, Chairman, The Commonwealth Liberation Party*TO APPLY FOR BCN CARD: Visit http://www.protectorateidentity.org/apply/
*QUOTES: “Any loss of identity prompts people to seek reassurance and rediscovery of themselves by testing, even by violence. Today, the electronic revolution, the wired planet and the information environment involve everybody in everybody to the point of individual extinction” -Marshal McLuhan
*“You cannot escape the responsibility of tomorrow by evading it today”-Abraham Lincoln
* “Freedom can never be absolute because it must be consistent with the freedom of others” -Eleanor Roosevelt
HOPE has risen for the Coloured People and Commonwealth Citizens from 54 Commonwealth Nations in a bid for them to have British Citizenship Enhancement Status, protection from Unlawful arrest, Harassment, Unlimited Travel restriction in Britain and Her Territories, as well as possessing Rights of Residence in United Kingdom (UK).
This historic revelation and inspiring position was made by The Commonwealth Liberation Party (TCLP) during their 'Unveilement of British Commonwealth National Card' (BCNC) recently in London. The epoch-making ceremony which is backed up by the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) 1948 will afford all Members of Commonwealth Nations, Citizens automatic British Subject Status.
According to Protectorate Identity Commission, an Agency of TCLP, some of the benefits embedded in being a holder of the British Commonwealth National Card in this 21st Century includes: “The Protection Of The Identities of The Commonwealth Citizens And Non-Commonwealth Citizens And Their Rights Of Recognition In The Globalised Substenance Of Economic Relations”.