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Wednesday, 10 April 2013

Should David Cameron be expelled from the Conservative Party because his support of gay marriage is in conflict with the purpose, objects and values of the Conservative Party?

Questions MPs who want Cameron removed could ask at Prime Minister's Question Time
  1. Is the Prime Minister aware that the Conservative Party constitution gives its members fewer rights than that of the Chinese Communist Party?
  2. Is the Prime Minister able to disprove the contention that a member of the Chinese Communist Party has more rights than a member of the Conservative Party?
  3. Is the Prime Minister able to say whether it a good thing that a member of the Conservative Party has fewer rights than a member of the Chinese Communist Party?
  4. Is the Prime Minister aware that the constitution of the Conservative Party contains no statement of its principles?
  5. Is the Prime Minister aware that the even the Chinese Communist Party has seen fit to revise its principles even though it is the only party in China?
  6. Is the Prime Minister aware that the Secretary of the Board of the Conservative Party claims that the principles of the Conservative Party are contained in the Foreword of their 2010 election manifesto?  http://www.conservatives.com/~/media/Files/Activist%20Centre/Press%20and%20Policy/Manifestos/Manifesto2010
  7. Is the Prime Minster able to distill from the Foreword of the 2010 Tory election manifesto a principle that represents a known Conservative principle?
  8. It is being claimed that the Prime Minister does not know what a principle is.  Is the Prime Minister able to demonstrate otherwise?
  9. It is being claimed that the Prime Minister does not know what the principles of the Conservative are. Is the Prime Minister able to demonstrate otherwise?
  10. Is the Prime Minister able to explain the purpose of having principles?
  11. Is the Prime Minister able to give his view on whether it is a good or a bad thing to be a member of a party that has omitted to state its principles? 
  12. Is the Prime Minister able to tell the House whether the omission of the Conservative Party constitution to state its principles in its party constitution was intentional or unintentional?
  13. Would the Prime Minister agree that his view on whether it is a good or a bad thing to be a member of a party that has omitted to state its principles depends on whether he is an ordinary member or the leader of the party?
  14. Does the Prime Minister think it right and proper that the principles of the Conservative Party are whatever the leader of the Conservative Party and his cronies say they are?
  15. Does the Prime Minister agree that a party without an official statement of principles can easily have its purpose subverted by an unprincipled leader?
  16. Is the Prime Minister able to demonstrate how proposing to legalise gay marriage is in harmony with Conservative principles?
  17. Does the Prime Minister agree that if he is unable to demonstrate how legalising gay marriage is in harmony with Conservative principles then it must mean that gay marriage is not in harmony with the principles of the Conservative Party?
  18. Is the Prime Minister able to say what he thinks is the purpose of marriage?
  19. Is the Prime Minster able to give the House a list of policies he has implemented that could be said to support the institution of marriage?
  20. Is the Prime Minister aware that the purpose of respecting the institution of marriage is to prevent  degeneracy through the practice of  rearing children in optimum conditions, that is, by both of their biological parents living together?
  21. Is the Prime Minister not able to see that legalising marriage for couples who are not capable of sexual reproduction with each other undermines the institution of marriage?
  22. Would the Prime Minister agree that Conservative principles include respecting the institution of marriage?
  23. Is the Prime Minister able to explain, as a Conservative, why he has gone out of his way to offend those who respect the institution of marriage, especially those in his own party?
  24. Is the Prime Minister able to confirm that his wife supports and promotes gay marriage?
  25. Is the Prime Minister able to confirm that his wife - a woman who is not accountable to the voter - can make things difficult for him domestically if he does not continue proposing to legalise gay marriage?
  26. Is the Prime Minister able to see that respecting and supporting the institution of marriage must mean  keeping marriage as a privilege reserved only for couples who are capable of sexual reproduction with each other and withholding it from couples who are only capable of having recreational sex with each other?
  27. Is the Prime Minister aware that the reason why successive governments conspire to facilitate immigration is because British women are not having enough children?
  28. If the Prime Minister agrees that if the problem of immigration stems from British women not having enough children and not bringing up properly the children they do have, would he also agree that the long term solution must be to encourage British women to have more children?
  29. If the Prime Minister agrees with the proposed solution, would he also agree that he must therefore support marriage in a way that is more than paying lip service, and that would be by rewarding people who are married at the expense of people who are not married?
  30. Would the Prime Minister agree that a leader of the Conservative Party is expected to support Conservative principles?
  31. Would the Prime Minister agree that a leader of  the Conservative who does not know what  Conservative principles are and who has promoted policies that are subversive to Conservatism itself, that is, undermining marriage by supporting "gay marriage" and refusing to implement policies that would support marriage, should be expelled from the Conservative Party?
  32. Would the Prime Minister agree that while his position as leader of the Conservative Party may not be challenged unless the conditions to trigger a vote of no confidence are satisfied, that is, by 46 Tory MPs proposing a motion of no confidence, he can be expelled from his own party if his conduct is in conflict with the purpose, objects and values of the Party?
  33. Is the Prime Minister aware that  under 17.22 the Conservative Party constitution gives the Board of the Conservative Party the power to effect a "suspension of membership or the expulsion from membership of any member whose conduct is in conflict with the purpose, objects and values of the Party"?  http://www.bracknellconservatives.org.uk/sites/www.bracknellconservatives.org.uk/files/constitution_0.pdf  (Interestingly, this link has now expired when I looked again on 11 October 2014. Clearly, the Party do not want its members to look at the small print of the party constitution. Why? To avoid having to answer questions as to why it as no principles, presumably. It can now be found at http://www.politicalpartydb.org/party-statutes-archive/united-kingdom/conservative-party/)  


The Chairman of the Board of the Conservative Party is Simon Mort.
Its Secretary is Stephen Phillips.




In a nutshell, I am suggesting that the Tory Party need not have a leadership contest to get rid of Cameron.

I am saying that all they need to do is to get the Disciplinary Committee to expel Cameron once it has been established that his conduct is "in conflict with the purpose, objects and values of the Party."

Once they do that, they can have a leadership election and have him replaced by someone UKIP feel they can do a deal with, or, even better, someone who will call for a referendum on the EU as soon as possible before the next general election.   

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