The Whole Truth Coalition is an umbrella organisation linking together groups and individuals of which the collective aim is to inform, coordinate and activate people to take intelligent action, legally and peacefully, against the corrupt, criminal elite whose crimes and treason have detrimentally affected the people of the United Kingdom.
WTC which echoes ‘World Trade Centre’ was formed when a group of activists in the UK 9/11 truth movement saw a need to connect 9/11 to other issues of current concern where the public is likewise being deceived and expose the common source of the deception, the New World Order agenda. A wider range of groups and individuals could thus be encouraged to work together to confront this nefarious agenda. At the same time 9/11, being the most shocking single act of mass-deception of the 21st century remains indispensible for understanding the methodology and the mindset of those running the New World Order. It graphically demonstrates the dangers of ignorance and an uncritical trust in the authorities and opinion-leaders of our day who may be serving the hidden agenda with a callous disregard for human life and wellbeing.
WTC therefore calls on all citizens of UK and the world to learn the truth about 9/11 and about all the other scams of which the source is the same, and to join us in replacing the barbarous and backward-going New World Order with a more humane, moral and truly civilised system for the future.
Whole Truth Coalition - Constitution
- The name of the Campaign shall be “The Whole Truth Coalition”. This will be a national network which coordinates many people and groups in what is generally called the “truth movement” in the United Kingdom.
- WHOLE TRUTH COALITION (WTC)
The Whole Truth Coalition is an umbrella organisation linking together groups and individuals whose collective aim is to inform, coordinate and activate people to take intelligent action, legally and peacefully, to thwart the geopolitical agenda known as the New World Order currently being pursued by a tiny, corrupt, criminal elite against the interests of the ordinary, decent peoples of the world.
- MISSION STATEMENT
Through our network of independent local Truth Groups, we will ensure that all citizens are fully informed about this agenda and what it portends for the UK and the rest of the world, and we will mobilise to impede and defeat non-violently those pursuing it. We will work to replace it with strengthened legal, moral and democratic processes which will ensure the well-being of all citizens and the development of a healthy society for the future.
- The Campaign shall have allied organisations who expressly endorse this constitution.
- The Campaign shall not have members, only supporters. Supporters shall be deemed to be those people who support the general aims of the Campaign and have registered this commitment in a way which is recognisable by others. Supporters may vote if they have consistently put in time and/or funds towards the Campaign.
- The Campaign recognises formally run local truth groups which comprise at least three supporters who have expressly endorsed this constitution.
- The Campaign shall be non-political and non-sectarian. It shall campaign in a peaceful and non-violent manner. The Campaign, like the existing networks, will function on the basis of “no endorsement”, meaning that anyone may speak or write publicly in support of the campaign but no one may speak on behalf of it. The Council shall determine who may speak on behalf of the Campaign, should the need arise, and will draw up guidelines of what may be said on its behalf.
- The management and control of the Campaign shall be vested in a Council, which shall consist of the following officers, who will be elected annually at the A.G.M. (Annual General Meeting):
- Four additional Council members.
- In addition, one member from each of the local truth groups will have the opportunity to be on the Council.
Six members of the Council, at least half of whom shall be elected Officers, shall constitute a quorum for the Committee. There shall be at least four Committee meetings a year (spring, summer, autumn & winter) at such times or places as the Committee shall direct.
- The AGM of the Campaign shall be held within three months of the end of the financial year. Supporters may attend the AGM but only members of the Council will have voting rights.
- At the AGM the chair shall be taken by a member of the Committee. Fifteen supporters shall constitute a quorum at the AGM. Motions at the AGM can only be passed by a majority of two-thirds.
- A Special General Meeting (SGM) shall be convened if required by the Council or if ten or more supporters of the Campaign submit a written request to the Secretary. Such a meeting shall be held within thirty days of such a request. Agenda & motions shall be circulated to all Council members, allied organisations and affiliated local groups. Motions at an SGM can only be passed by a majority of two-thirds.
- No alterations of the Constitution shall be made except at the AGM or at a SGM called for that purpose. Alterations can only be passed by a majority of two-thirds.
- Should an elected office fall vacant, the Council may fill that vacancy either from among their number until the next AGM or by calling a SGM for the purpose of holding an election.
- The Treasurer shall keep an account of all income and expenditure and shall submit accounts, duly audited, to the AGM. The Campaign’s financial year ends on March 31. Two auditors who are not members of the Committee shall be appointed annually at the AGM to audit the next year’s accounts. Audited accounts shall be communicated to supporters at least two weeks before the AGM.
- The bank account shall be in the name of the Campaign. The following rules for the signature of cheques shall be followed by the elected Officers (Treasurer, Secretary and other Council members):
- less than £100: one signature;
- more than £100 but less than £500: two signatures; and
- more than £500: three signatures.
- The Council shall be open to requests for funding from all supporters, allied organisations, local groups and from individuals within the network and shall decide how the money shall be spent.
Council members work on a voluntary basis and receive no payment other than reimbursement of expenses expressly agreed for the execution of their duties. The Council may establish any standing or temporary committees, sub-committees or panels that it considers appropriate.
- On the dissolution of the Campaign, the distribution of any assets remaining (after satisfying any debts and liabilities) shall be decided by the supporters. 3 This is the minimum number of members of the assembly that must be present at a meeting in order to make the proceedings valid.