Today people from all walks of life are suffering. They are being made homeless having their benefits cut – free school meals cut – hundreds of thousands of children ar living in sub-standard housing – crammed into the same living space of their parents. People are being found fit for work – and die within days or weeks yet others are found fit for work though they are dead.
There is only one fact that is important – only one fact that you need to keep in the forefront of your mind: People are suffering injustice every single day. Millions of people are suffering every single day.
We have seen nursing staff leave nursing – or are made redundant – and so it s with other health care professionals – though all these staff are required needed to provide good quality health care – they are all being stripped away.
Thousands of policemen and women are being dismissed – rising crime – no-go areas and a low conviction rate are all being created by a government that has no consideration for public safety. The “bobby” on our streets is being reduced to a small and elite armed force. We are seeing the rise of private policing but in reality these are private armies – arrest without due cause and arrest without a trial are being fostered on the English people.
We are also seeing cut-backs in our armed forces – with little or no investment in equipment and men and women. Those people are being turned out of the armed services and many thousands end up homeless on our city streets – reduced to begging – dying in freezing conditions – and the attendant mental and physical health problems to which they become inflicted.
This drive to reduce social welfare – of health education the fire service policing the armed services – hospitals libraries – public transport – energy and housing has gone on for many many years. A progressive destruction of the very fabric of our society – which at one time was the envy of the world to which many countries copied. Our position on league tables has dropped – we are not quite on the bottom as is America – but soon we will see the destruction all of that we once held dear.
It matters not if you believe the government of the day to be “unlawful” or that you believe our monarch is “unlawful” or that our courts are just a commercial business to make money rather than concerned with justice. It matters not if you believe that our “bobby” has become just another corporate enterprise.
It matters not that you think all laws are “unlawful” from such and such a date. It matters not how “unlawful” the history of England changed in the 13th century in the 1930s the 1950s the 1960s – what we have today (2018) is an “unlawful” regime bent on the total destruction of our civilised society. That means society as a whole – not a specific section of it.
Here we need to be clear on terms – what is “unlawful” and what is “illegal.” Unlawful is rooted in our Common (Case) Law – Illegal is rooted in our Civil Law. Unlawful means contrary to or unauthorized by law; illegal.
When applied to promises, agreements, or contracts, the term denotes that such agreements have no legal effect. Black’s Law Dictionary defines unlawful as not authorized by law, illegal. Illegal is defined as forbidden by law, unlawful. Semantically, there is a slight difference. It seems that something illegal is expressly proscribed by statute, and something unlawful is just not expressly authorized. The law disapproves of such conduct because it is immoral or contrary to public policy. Common Law is rooted in a set of moral principles that govern the lives of the people for example:
To avoid taking the life of beings. This precept applies to all living beings not just humans. All beings have a right to their lives and that right should be respected.
To avoid taking things not given. This precept goes further than mere stealing. One should avoid taking anything unless one can be sure that is intended that it is for you.
To avoid sensual misconduct. It covers any overindulgence in any sensual pleasure such as gluttony as well as misconduct of a sexual nature.
To refrain from false speech. As well as avoiding lying and deceiving, this precept covers slander as well as speech which is not beneficial to the welfare of others.
To abstain from substances which cause intoxication and heedlessness.
They are all moral instructions (Buddhist) to which all members of society are to follow. Illegal makes it illegal for you to do something – then you are breaking the law – it is illegal not to have a driving licence – it is illegal not to pay council tax and it’s illegal to go over 30 miles an hour in a 30 mile limit.
Statute laws make it illegal for you to do a particular thing. Common Law requires you to keep within the moral guidelines for the benefit of society as a whole. We are all governed by Civil Law today. Parliament lays down Statute Laws and Regulations which control people’s lives and it matters not if those Laws Regulations are immoral or contrary to Common Law. Today Civil Law is the Rule of Law not Common Law.
It matters not if we argue the validity of Common Law or Statute Law – it is the effects of Statute Law on the lives of the common people that we should be concerned with. That those Statute Laws cause widespread suffering and daily misery should be our prime concern and those that enact such Statute Laws should be our primary focus – what happened 400 years ago is somewhat irrelevant to people living on the streets – the suffering of thousands of children every day and the life of misery for their parents – the old and infirm – who suffer everyday of their lives.
People give themselves a purpose in life. They abide by strict interpretations of what is “unlawful.” They develop a level of expertise – They focus their attention on one small niche – and then give expert advice to provide a remedy for the injustices that a minority of people suffer from. They give life a meaning for themselves and give no thought to the wider injustices and sufferings of the people. They develop a narrow-minded specialism – and devote their time to providing Common Law to that of Civil Law little realising that such acts of defiance have no impact on Civil Law itself.
A magistrate may swear an oath to a dethroned monarch and thus making his position “unlawful” but increasingly we are seeing all oaths to the monarch being changed to be in accordance with Civil Law. Judges and magistrates on being sworn in, are required by various statutes to take two oaths: the oath of allegiance and the judicial oath, (collectively; the judicial oath). Judges of Hindu, Jewish, Muslim and Sikh religions can omit the words “I swear by Almighty God” and replace it with an acceptable alternative.
Oath of allegiance:
“I, _________ , do swear by Almighty God that I will be faithful and bear true allegiance to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth the Second, her heirs and successors, according to law. “
“I, _________ , do swear by Almighty God that I will well and truly serve our Sovereign Lady Queen Elizabeth the Second in the office of ________ , and I will do right to all manner of people after the laws and usages of this realm, without fear or favour, affection or ill will. “
Affirmation – Allegiance:
“I, ____________ , do solemnly sincerely and truly declare and affirm that I will be faithful and bear true allegiance to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth the Second Her Heirs and Successors according to Law”
Affirmation – Judicial:
I, ____________ , do solemnly sincerely and truly declare and affirm that I will well and truly serve our Sovereign Lady Queen Elizabeth the Second in the office of ____________ , and I will do right to all manner of people after the laws and usages of this Realm without fear or favour affection or ill will.
For police constables in England they make an “Attestation”:
“I, … of … do solemnly and sincerely declare and affirm that I will well and truly serve the Queen in the office of constable, with fairness, integrity, diligence and impartiality, upholding fundamental human rights and according equal respect to all people; and that I will, to the best of my power, cause the peace to be kept and preserved and prevent all offences against people and property; and that while I continue to hold the said office I will to the best of my skill and knowledge discharge all the duties thereof faithfully according to law.”
Though there are some that wish to change this as serving the Queen is against their faith – and it’s argued that it stops recruitment from ethnic minorities. There are an increasing number of Sikhs Hindus and Atheists who become magistrates – judges and the requirement to swear an oath to a god or a monarch are being slowly phased out – what then for all these agitators?
The police – members of Parliament are not required to swear an oath to the crown. The growth of a purely commercial police force is increasing – their only allegiance is to their pay packets and their employers – there will only be a requirement to follow and prosecute under Civil Law in accordance with the terms and conditions of (Civil Law) contract of their employers..
The ruling government at the end of the day make new Statute Laws and amends existing – and at the end of the day it is those in government and those that have the power that introduce laws that cause common people to suffer. Throughout our history common people have rebelled and have had riots of protest – all because those in power have caused the common people a great deal of harm.
There is nothing we can do about the wrongs that occurred centuries before – there is little that can be done – Statute Law will always change to make it illegal – moral outrage can do nothing if it’s made illegal – to protest to march to show any kind of dissent – will choke people to death.
Active rebellion is not part of the agenda for those that are Chartists – or are part of the broader Lawful Dissent Movement – they believe in peaceful common law dissent not active rebellion to overthrow those in power – and certainly do not follow in anyway Article-61 of MC-1215 – they would rather drop all reference to it.
There are of course many that follow the Democracy Defined Movement – again these people have no regard to history – but follow laze faire economics the establishment of a free market economy where capitalism further enslaves the people of this planet.
Today Fireman think of Fireman – Nurses think of Nurses – Doctors think of Doctors – ex-Soldiers think of ex-Soldiers – Policemen – think of Policemen – Teachers think of Teachers – everyone thinks of themselves within their own niche – without considering the sufferings of all English men and women. The question is who speaks for the common man women and child that lives in misery and suffering every single day of their lives?
People are very much concerned with their own issues – fighting in their own corner and not having any thought to the wider suffering that this government inflicts on all our people. All our people.
What is required is a social revolution – which is bottom-up rather than a party-led or purely political party revolution aiming to reorganise all of society – which it never does – what we want is in the words of Alexander Berkman “social revolution means the reorganisation of the industrial economic life and consequently the entire structure of society.”
Political Parties are a part of the established elite within the Statute Law System – making some gains and then losing everything at the next or a subsequent General Election – in an endless round which few profit from – apart from the political parties themselves in this merry-go-round of constant gain and loss – all the while people get poorer and poorer and suffer more and more.
Parliamentary Political Parties like Labour Tory and Liberal are but differing faces to the same established elite who’s primary goal is to imprison the mind and then enslave you.
The American Democracy Movement is no different. It wants a free market economy – little government intervention and the reduction of income tax. The Democracy Movement the Chartist Movement do not support a free National Health Service Free Education Free Transport Free Energy – they all support Conservatism be it a small “c.”
None of these organisations want social rebellion – they do not want social revolution – they want very very limited change whilst leaving the elite in full control of society. They all want the establishment of “Democracy” a rich and powerful elite ruling the common people. One should consider two points (1) Our monarch is still firmly in place – she is kept in place by the elite which controls everything (2) If our monarch was there legally in accordance with Common Law – there would be no Lawful Dissent Movement.
They would have nothing to complain about – and would do nothing about the everyday sufferings of the people. As a point of fact Kenn D’Oudney is against anything that threatens peace
Kenn in Brackets: When Injustice Becomes Law, PPEACFUL REBELLION Becomes A DUTY! Join the PEACEFUL Rebellion Today! http://gbenet.com – little realising that peaceful rebellion is a contradiction in terms.
There are many millions in England that feel that the complete overthrow of the elite is the only way for ordinary people to at last throw off their chains and be truly free men and free women. Joining the Chartist Movement – Lawful Dissent Movement Democracy Defined Movement – will not make you free – their aim is to enslave you to a legal monarchy legal democracy and the establishment of free market economics and liberal government prevail.
If you are like me that wants’ to see a social revolution a social rebellion then join me – I want all men and women to be free if you are of the same mind join me today!