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A QUESTION OF LAW – TYRANNY vs FREEDOM.
« on: April 26, 2016, 01:05:15 PM »

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HOW & WHY MAGNA CARTA WAS FOUNDED ON ANCIENT BRITISH HISTORY & LAW.

THE TREATY OF UNIVERSAL COMMUNITY TRUST – A GREAT CHARTER FOR OUR TIMES?

It is reasonable to state that the Peoples of these islands [commonly known as the ‘British Isles, including Ireland’] have a long and noble history of common law.

Natural law may be seen as the innate understanding of what is fair or right (correct). The common law rises from it.  Natural law, being of the creator/nature/god, is superior to any man-made law (positive law) which may be used to place a state, corporation or any individual between a Man and his maker.

From the common law, there arises knowledge of certain key principles like the right to a fair hearing, freedom of expression, due process of the law and the power of a jury to nullify an unjust law or exonerate an individual who has been wrongfully accused. It includes the reasonable principle that a crime cannot have been committed without there being a victim, or injured party.

    “Blind unquestioning obedience is the law of tyrants and of slaves: it does not yet flourish on English soil… Arrested with or without a warrant, the subject is entitled to know why he is deprived of his freedom, if only in order that he may, without a moment’s delay, take such steps as will enable him to regain it.” Christie v. Leachinsky [1947] A.C 573.

    From: “Freedom under the Law” by Sir Alfred Denning, One of the Lords Justices of his Majesty’s Court of Appeal in England’ 1949 (Thirteenth Impression, 1986) Read more at ...
http://roguemale.org/2016/04/20/a-question-of-law-tyranny-vs-freedom/

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