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 law would be unnecessary. This might be substantively true; certainly for those people who keep their heads below the parapet it will be.

There is always a contingent of society that are campaigning for something. Lawful rebellion is no different but given its rather adversarial nature, activists following the tenet of Article 61 may well find themselves butting heads with the “authorities,” police and Bailiffs in particular.

More clarity: The Ministry of Justice is set to unveil clearer laws for bailiffsDespite the immunity that “lawful excuse” brings, it is not a Star Trek shield against every conceivable situation and it is to this that I want to bring your attention.

Article 61 provides correctly standing lawful rebels (those who have submitted their Oaths to the Barons’ Committee and kept a copy of the Oath and proof of postage) with lawful excuse against statute law, where that statute law is not a codification of common law. Article 61 places the lawful rebel directly into ‘common law mode’ where the four supreme tenets provide the bounds for one’s behaviour:

  1. Cause no harm or injury to another
  2. Cause no loss to another
  3. Commit no fraud against another
  4. Do not breach the peace

Murder is a common law crime, as is assault, fraud, Treason, misprision of felony and a host of others. In activism one must be constantly on one’s best behaviour and be mindful of the bounds of that behaviour at common law. There are however circumstances where the police can grab you by the short and curlies and remain lawful. Breach of the Peace is one such example. This is a common law crime and probably the most likely candidate to spoil your day or ruin your good intentions to protect another.

It is also chronically over abused by the police which is why this particular part of the site exists – to provide you short direct examples of how to combat law enforcement who are exceeding their authority. The first of these examples will be Breach of the Peace and others will be added as time permits.

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