Last updated on Friday, 23rd May 2014
This year marks the 800th anniversary of the signing of The Magna Carta or Great Charter. It is known world-wide as being the founding of modern principles of democracy and individual rights and freedoms while curtailing the power of the State which at the time was King John.
Here’s wishing a great person a great new year and hoping that you will achieve all that you have set your eyes upon in this new year.
There are so many ways they make us comply without you even realising that you are doing so, then one day you wake up. Understand that the unjust laws are being made, because the people making them are not using the law and it is all a game to make you comply, so you and your children will be enslaved within their corporate system, to be used as a tool to create profit for those in their club.
The British Constitution
The British Constitution is not, as it is in many countries, a ‘written constitution’. It is not codified in a single document but is made up of a complex web of statutes, conventions, and a corpus of common and other law. It is also informed by an interweaving of history and more modern democratic principles. The legal premise of the United Kingdom constitution – that the UK parliament is sovereign – is a fundamental part of our constitutional arrangements. This means that an Act of Parliament must be obeyed by the courts, that later acts prevail over earlier ones, and that the rules made by external bodies cannot override Acts of Parliament.
The Bill of Rights 1689 and Magna Carta are important elements of our constitution. Magna Carta is Primary legislation and has the same status as any other legislation and is not immune from repeal or amendment. The same applies to the Bill of Rights which was an ordinary Act of Parliament passed in the ordinary way. Continue reading →
Playwright Steve Hawes has been commissioned to write a play about the dramatic events leading up to the sealing of the Magna Carta in celebration of the constitutional document’s 800th anniversary in 2015.
On June 15th 1215, following a revolt by the English nobility against his rule, King John put his royal seal on the Magna Carta, or “Great Charter.” The document, essentially a peace treaty between John and his barons, guaranteed that the king would respect feudal rights and privileges, uphold the freedom of the church, and maintain the nation’s laws.
- Magna Carta outlined basic rights with the principle that no-one was above the law, including the king
- It charted the right to a fair trial, and limits on taxation without representation
- It inspired a number of other documents, including the US Constitution and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights
- Only three clauses are still valid – the one guaranteeing the liberties of the English Church; the clause confirming the privileges of the City of London and other towns; and the clause that states that no free man shall be imprisoned without the lawful judgement of his equals
- The British Library has two copies of the 1215 Magna Carta
- One original copy is owned by Lincoln Cathedral and one by Salisbury Cathedral
Source: The British Library
Surrey Magna Carta celebration plans approved
Egham is to be branded “the gateway to Magna Carta country” under plans approved by Surrey County Council.
The authority’s cabinet has agreed to contribute £1m to the £8.3m estimated cost of a local Magna Carta anniversary celebration.
The Conservative-run council said the celebration would boost the region’s economy by millions of pounds through tourism.
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Magna Carta goes on display in St Albans for 800th anniversary
1:23PM BST 02 Aug 2013
An original Magna Carta has been carefully transported from its home at the Gothic Lincoln Cathedral to a specially designed secure pod in St Albans’ ancient Abbey.
The iconic, quill-written document, which is one of just four originals, was unveiled to cheers from a crowd waiting inside the Abbey, whose bells rang out Beethoven’s Ode to Joy in welcome. Continue reading →
- Social work training is where the seeds of scandal are sown
DISPATCHES: JUDGES IN THE DOCK
n an exclusive investigation , Dispatches puts judges in the dock and asks why no judge has ever been sacked for incompetence. In fact, there are no records kept of how often judges are getting it wrong, and with what consequences.
Going back through the court transcripts of over 5,000 successful appeals and gathering the opinions of leading QCs, Dispatches reveals for the first time the alarming scale of judicial mistakes that can have devastating effects on those up before the court. This film is a special investigation by Mark Easton, Home Affairs Editor at Channel 4 News.
If you’ve been affected by crime, or if you would like to know more about your human rights and the Criminal Justice System read on. Continue reading →
Judges in the Dock 2003 – Steve Boulton Productions for ‘Dispatche es’ Channel Four UK; Director. The first programme to put judges under scrutiny: who judges the judges?
Winner, ‘Legal Programme of the Year‘ UK Bar Council, 2004cil, 2004
Two judges found guilty of misappropriating more than £1.5million in England
- Stuart Turner, left and Denis McKay, right, were yesterday found guilty of misappropriating more than £1.5 million of public money. Source imposingheadlines
Judges Denis McKay and Stuart Turner systematically misused the legal aid money sent to their law firm, the Solicitors Regulation Authority said.
However the pair continue to hold office as judges and, three years after their misuse of money was first detected, disciplinary proceedings are still going on and no criminal charges have been brought.
Judges face performance appraisals
Hundreds of judges in England and Wales will face new assessments under a pilot scheme to be launched in the new year. Continue reading →
SCRANTON – Mark A. Ciavarella Jr., whose hard-nosed zero-tolerance policy as a Luzerne County Juvenile Court judge fueled a kids-for-cash conspiracy that generated millions in kickbacks from a for-profit detention center, will is now on the other side of the bench. Continue reading →
Color of law
“Color of law” simply means that the person is using authority given to him or her by a local, state, or federal government agency.
Color of law is just a corporate shield.
via COLOR OF LAW ABUSE.
Daddy never showed up to claim his property, and the STATE took it upon themselves to ‘adopt’ the Child; take it in as their own. The Child is now considered a Ward of the STATE; an incompetent bastard Child with no Father, and the Mother abandoned him/her.
The “Certificate of Live Birth” has a STATE Seal and Registrars Signature, which is certifiable proof the Estate is in or has been in Probate. The Registrar is the court of Probate and Probate deals with Estates of the DEAD, hence the legal fiction name (NAME or Name) on the “Certificate of Live Birth” … the presumption of law, the other You.
To the courts we are dead; legal fictitious entities; wards of the STATE; bastard Children; Orphans, and they do not wish to deal with us directly. This is why they want you to speak to them (the judge) through one of their own (BAR Attorneys).
The BAR Attorney has a Superseding Oath to the BAR aka British Accreditation Registry; their first loyalty is to the court. They are there to lead the sheep to their slaughterer, the Undertaker in the Black Robe. The judge is Administering the Estate of the incompetent, and his main objective is to make revenue for the STATE, which is acting as the Beneficiary of the Estate, and You and I are being put into the Trustee position of our own Estates.
Now you understand why the Lord said “Woe unto Ye Lawyers”. Continue reading →
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