What Controls the British Army?

What Controls the British Army?
The Chief of the General Staff, General Sir Patrick Sanders, KCB, CBE, DSO, ADC Gen.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

20 December 2022

Let us first look at the law :

“That by the law of this Kingdome no papist can be King or Queen of this realme nor bear any office whatsomever therin nor can any protestant successor exercise the regall power untill he or she swear the Coronation Oath”.

Claim of Right Act 1689 CHAPTER 28

What character is controlling the British Army under the new governing principle that is PESCO?

Liz Truss signed England and Scotland into this system which positions our entire armed forces under the command of the European Commission and Parliament. She also potentially played a part in the destruction of the Nordstream pipelines, an act that would render the UK government as a terrorist corporation. This is the reason we had better awaken quick smart to the fact, the Cabinet is not of England, Scotland or Wales it is an instrument of the Holy See via the Privy Council.

General Sir Patrick Nicholas Yardley Monrad Sanders was born on 6 April 1966 in Tidworth, Wiltshire, England. He was educated at Worth School, then an all-boys independent boarding school attached to the Benedictine Worth Abbey.

The Abbey of Our Lady, Help of Christians, commonly known as Worth Abbey, is a community of Roman Catholic monks who follow the Rule of St Benedict near Turners Hill village, in West SussexEngland. Founded in 1933, the abbey is part of the English Benedictine Congregation. As of 2020, the monastic community had 21 monks.

In 1957, the monastic foundation became an independent priory and its first prior was Dom Victor Farwell. In 1965, Worth was formally designated an abbey with Farwell elected as its first abbot. He remained as Superior until 1988, and was thus responsible for guiding the Worth community before, during, and after the period of the Second Vatican Council. In 1959, the community had already established a senior school now known as Worth School. In 1965, the community also began pastoral oversight of the parish of Worth.

Reference
Sir Patrick Nicholas Yardley Monrad Sanders
Worth Abbey

PESCO Pact

 

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