Tag Archive: Oath of Allegiance

Photographing & Videoing Police

There has been a spate of people having their phones or cameras confiscated following the observance of the police conducting themselves in a manner prejudicial to the common good. Now, setting aside the obvious ramifications under S26 Criminal Justice and Courts Act 2015 and of Misconduct in Public Office (a common law crime which carries a life sentence for anyone with an oath of office), there are the obvious moral implications under Magna Carta – the denial of right or justice…
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Magna Carta 1215 Article 61

We are seeing a great many people asking to see the text of Article 61 and it is entirely right to ask! So here it is! Magna Carta 1215 Article 61 [61] Since, moreover, for God and the betterment of our kingdom and for the better allaying of the discord that has arisen between us and our barons we have granted all these things aforesaid, wishing them to enjoy the use of them unimpaired and unshaken for ever, we give…
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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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My Lawful Rebellion & Remedy

So after some research and experience of using this remedy this is as much of a conclusion I can draw up today. In 1911 parliament pushed through the Parliament Act which was an unconstitutional and therefore unlawful act which dissolved the royal prerogative, this meant that although Royal Assent is meant to only allow acts and statutes in keeping with the constitution, it was diluted and those powers all but removed. David Robinson please check through this! This was the…
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Why Lawful Rebellion?

  This is by ROYAL COMMAND from the Magna Carta 1215, Article 61. “all those of our land, who, of themselves, and of their own accord, are unwilling to swear to the twenty-five Barons, to distress and harass us together with them, we will compel them by our command, to swear as aforesaid.” The Article was properly invoked when the Barons presented a petition to the monarch in accordance with Article 61, for the Treason of government to be addressed,…
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Election or Insurrection?

I am quite certain that when we woke up this morning (May 8 2015) that none of us expected the country would look like a huge duck pond. I have friends across the political spectrum and I don’t believe I’ve heard one of them show any expectation of the CLAIMED  ‘official’ result of the 2015 election. The more I look at the image to the left (which is missing only two remaining results), the more I become completely and hopelessly…
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What To Say If Dragged Into “Court”

(David Robinson posted in Facebook Practical Lawful Dissent.) How I may conduct a (NOT) court hearing…. Once you are in lawful rebellion what should you do if you are taken by force to a Private corporate enterprise (any court in the land other than directed by a grand jury of the people. See Michael of Benrnicia Post on the group wall for more on grand Juries)? So…you are taken into the doc with two private security guards at either side, they…
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INSTRUCTIONS to Enter Into L.R.

In order to stand in “lawful rebellion” (standing under Ch.61 Magna Carta 1215) you MUST adequately demonstrate your intention – in law ‘mens rea’ (intention) is very significant. Crimes are comprised of the physical action (actus reus) and the mental intent (mens rea). If you are going to engage in “civil disobedience” under the guise of lawful rebellion, and claim “lawful excuse” for breaking some laws, you must be able to adequately prove the purpose for which you committed the act. Until…
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