Law

Swearing at the Police

Now here is an interesting one. No one can deny that the use of foul language has become second nature to some people. Regrettably there are still a lot of folk in the big wide world who do not swear and moreover can be alarmed or offended by it. Why don’t you go and grow some f’ing balls then. Well, it’s not as easy as that. We should all be mindful of other people’s feelings – it is part of…
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EU & LR Background

Hello friends, I am sharing information about our British constitution that I think you should find useful as activists (or in fact anyone). Please read it, it does have a thread though it is different quotes and articles strung together .. ‘.After entering the HUMAN RIGHTS ACT into British jurisdiction, the abominable Jack Straw admitted that Magna Carta (original) was still valid. I repeat – MC is an ordinance of the crown and cannot be repealed, amended, or in any…
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Quick-Law

This section introduces some “immediately useful” aspects of law in relation to Article 61 activism. Lawful rebellion seems like the perfect remedy for those who have woken up from the Matrix and observed the corruption, narcissism, paedophilia and all the other horrid behaviours by the psychopaths currently running the country. Moreover, given that Article 61 is unassailable as a defence against any government department, QUANGO or organisation, one might be forgiven for thinking that the need to know any statutory…
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Civil Arrest

There has been a great deal of discussion lately about the public’s power of civil arrest. Some activist groups are promoting it more aggressively than others. We would like to point out that whilst such a power exists, there has also grown up a mass of disinformation about the mechanism. Advice observed on some group pages is a clear recipe to get yourself arrested, Article 61 or not. We, the people of the UK have the same powers of arrest as any…
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The Power of Power of Attorney

Now I’m certain you must be wondering what on earth power of attorney must be doing on a site dedicated to lawful rebellion. Am I right? As shown on other pages, Article 61 is THE and only defence against statute law, where that statute law does not coincide with common law. I have also shown how the police can abuse what little power they have left over lawful rebels. On the habeas corpus page the matter is looked at in more…
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Unlawful Detention & Habeas Corpus

If you are an activist then you are highly susceptible to arrest by the police who claim to have an array of powers over you. Yes we know about Article 61. Yes we know about ‘lawful excuse’ and yes we know that the police cannot lawfully arrest us for a statutory offence unless what we did was also a common law crime. Here’s the problem. The police do not know. They should know. Some do know but are told by their peers or superiors to…
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De-Arrest

De-Arrest An important matter which has come to our attention is that police officers have been stating that if a private citizen arrests another person (or a police officer) the police have the power to “de-arrest” them.  No such concept exists in British law! It has the same meaning and validity as claiming one could “de-punch” a person after hitting them! It simply cannot happen. ANY police officer who claims they can de-arrest someone is committing fraud, Malfeasance and Misfeasance and…
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What Can We Do To Help?

The million dollar question. What is it YOU want to accomplish? Are you a diplomat? Are you a communicator? Are you a refuse collector? It REALLY doesn’t matter. The one thing this country is lacking right now is people willing to fight for it. I don’t mean brawling – and for the avoidance of doubt, the one thing that Lawful Rebellion detests above all else is violence – I mean be willing to stand up and be counted. You don’t need…
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Documents & Posters

Below is a simple poster, it is a smaller image version of a printable .pdf for an A4 poster that could go in your window – or just about anywhere you want. You can shrink it to A5 but I would avoid going any smaller! this was originally intended as a newspaper advert. Next is the Oath of Allegiance which you MUST send to one of the Barons in order to become lawfully installed in under Article 61. Without this (and…
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Magna Carta 1215; Article 61

Right to Rebel That “full authority to constrain … by force” is one of the key features of Magna Carta: our right to rebel should the government of the day be operating outside it’s lawful authority. Article 61 says: Since we have granted all these things for God, for the better ordering of our kingdom, and to allay the discord that has arisen between us and our barons, and since we desire that they shall be enjoyed in their entirety,…
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