UK Citizen is a non-partisan collective of libertarian men and women with a common goal of living in peace and harmony with each other and nature in the United Kingdom. Via a national hub and regionally based groups, to be eventually known as ‘Citizen Committees, operated by the people for the people, we work together to minimise the state, maximize autonomy, and resist the ever encroaching global collectivism thereby ensuring our inalienable rights are maintained and defended.
Our vision is of a free and peaceful world where the men and women of the United Kingdom live in a free, fair and open society where self-determination, personal responsibility and personal liberty are paramount.
In Spring 2021, a small group of legal professionals joined forces under the banner UKCitizen2021 to support medical doctors and scientists in their goal of securing Government approval for the use of Ivermectin in the early treatment of Covid-19, knowing that its use would prevent many deaths.
After more than a year of draconian policies introduced by Government in response to Covid-19, it was evident that such restrictions were causing lasting damage to millions of lives and livelihoods. The erosion of human rights was unprecedented and despite attempts to utilise the usual petition and consultation processes, Government continued undeterred. As a result, the UK Citizen remit needed to expand.
Between Spring 2021 and December of the same year, the founding members, believing that the power resides with the people, produced a series of template letters for public use. One such template letter was the “UK Citizens Declaration of Freedom and Human Rights” (the “Declaration”) which is now considered a founding document of the UK Citizen collective.
Since March 2020, the UK Government has been allowed to act beyond its legal powers and authority (ultra vires) without challenge, which has led to many losing confidence and trust in Parliament, Government, the Opposition, MPs and Government agencies. In response, and as set out in the Declaration, UKCitizen sought to establish Citizen Committees, administered and operated by the people for the people, across all regions of the UK. This work is currently underway through regionally based grassroots collectives and supported by the UKCitizen National Hub in the form of expertise and resources. Men and women are empowered to amplify their voices to challenge local, national, political and non-political organisations and to effect changes in law, public policy and public opinion.
Freedom is our birthright. Together, the destruction of our democracy can be halted; the balance of power that once existed between the people and their government can be restored. Power must be returned to the people to ensure personal liberty, self-determination and inalienable rights can be restored. By connecting and unifying those who wish for peace, harmony and freedom, we can re-imagine and re-define our shared future as envisioned in our Vision Statement.
Our future lies with us; the men and women of this land. Why not join us today and help shape a better future for all?
In the Spring of 2022 UKCitizen2021 made the decisions to drop “2021” and henceforth be known as “UKCitizen”.
I joined UKCitizen as I felt both alone and powerless against the tyranny of Global governments. Despite having a large friendship and professional network, it always seemed like the vast majority of people didn’t care about taking back control.
Joining UKCitizen made me realise I am far from alone, there are probably millions of us in the UK; who don’t just want freedom, but are genuinely willing to do whatever it takes to get it, just like my grandparents who fought the Nazis in WW2.
I’m really glad that I found UKCitizen2021. I was particularly concerned about the last two years. Particularly the excessive fear-mongering and one-sided information about Covid19. I was even more concerned about the mandating of vaccines and invasion of bodily autonomy. The willingness of UKCitizen to work with others to achieve results and accountability is extraordinary. I have been greatly encouraged and am standing for local election with Freedom Alliance in May.
Someone on Twitter that I have followed for nearly 2 years and who I felt was absolutely on the same page as myself over what was happening in UK introduced me to ukcitizen2021. I was proud to join their group and impressed by their aims and their professionalism. To know that there are so many people working behind the scenes for a better life for us all has kept me sane over that time. We all want freedom to live as we were born to. I don’t ask much of life but freedom and a democratic society is a must. Thank you to all involved.
It was such a relief to find UKCitizen. A group of ordinary like-minded people who spoke my language after I had been ostracised and ridiculed by friends and family for questioning the Covid narrative. UKCitizen has renewed my courage and resolve and faith in humanity thank you!
UKCitizen has been a lifesaver for so many, myself included. When we were drifting apart from family and friends, doubting ourselves and even our sanity even though the truth is clear, a new UKC family adopted us, educated us and supported us. We are not alone, not with the UKC family anyway!