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CLA - The Invocation of Article 61 Magna Carta 1215 in 2001 with related corresepondence
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CLA - The Invocation of Article 61 Magna Carta 1215 in 2001 with related corresepondence

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Download PDF • 157KB


Read up on The Correspondence involved in the Invocation of Article 61 Magna Carta 1215 in 2001.

Please see attached PDF with the "Petition To Defend British Rights & Freedoms" served at Buckingham Palace in 2001 under clause 61 Magna Carta 1215 with related correspondence.

Used for the FIRST time in 300 YEARS!

Our constitution is the closest we have to democracy written down.

"By using Article 61 of Magna Carta 1215 you will be protecting our right to self-governance whilst helping to restore justice within public common law courts; whilst ending the abuse and theft by unlawful cruel fines and punishments; by stopping taxation without representation and unjust rules which do not comply with Magna Carta or the Coronation oath."

The Telegraph Article Reporting That Article 61 was invoked.“FOUR peers invoked ancient rights under the Magna Carta yesterday to petition the Queen to block closer integration with Europe.  The Duke of Rutland, Viscount Masserene and Ferrard, Lord Hamilton of Dalzell and Lord Ashbourne were imbued with the spirit of the ancient Charter, thrust on King John in 1215. In accordance with the Charter's Clause 61, the famous enforcement clause, the four presented a vellum parchment at Buckingham Palace, declaring that the ancient rights and freedoms of the British people had to be defended.  The clause, one of the most important in the Charter, which was pressed on King John at Runnymede, allows subjects of the realm to present a quorum of 25 barons with a petition, which four of their number then have to take to the Monarch, who must accept it. It was last used in 1688 at the start of the Glorious Revolution.  The four peers, who were all thrown out of Parliament in November 1999, proved they had that quorum by presenting Sir Robin Janvrin, the Queen's private secretary, with the petition signed by 28 hereditary peers, and letters of support from another 60. In addition, they claim the support of thousands of members of the public. They say that several articles in the Treaty of Nice agreed by Tony Blair in December will destroy fundamental British liberties. The Queen has 40 days to respond. Under the Magna Carta's provisions, if the Sovereign does not observe the Charter the people may rise-up and wage war on her, seizing castles, lands and possessions until they have redress.” - Caroline Davies

CLA OATH SETRead the Barons petition and Article 61 at your leisure, use our engraved pen 🖊 to fill in the details to transfer allegiance by the law of the land, and declare your intent to defend the realm from treason. See all our designs, on our website - www.commonlawassent.com/shop

Please see Attachment Below for an informative PDF download.


CLA - The Invocation of Article 61 Magna Carta 1215 in 2001 with related corresepondence

.pdf

Download PDF • 157KB

CLA - The Invocation of Article 61 Magna Carta 1215 in 2001 with related corresepondence

.pdf

Download PDF • 157KB


Read up on The Correspondence involved in the Invocation of Article 61 Magna Carta 1215 in 2001.

Please see attached PDF with the "Petition To Defend British Rights & Freedoms" served at Buckingham Palace in 2001 under clause 61 Magna Carta 1215 with related correspondence.

Used for the FIRST time in 300 YEARS!

Our constitution is the closest we have to democracy written down.

"By using Article 61 of Magna Carta 1215 you will be protecting our right to self-governance whilst helping to restore justice within public common law courts; whilst ending the abuse and theft by unlawful cruel fines and punishments; by stopping taxation without representation and unjust rules which do not comply with Magna Carta or the Coronation oath."

The Telegraph Article Reporting That Article 61 was invoked.“FOUR peers invoked ancient rights under the Magna Carta yesterday to petition the Queen to block closer integration with Europe. The Duke of Rutland, Viscount Masserene and Ferrard, Lord Hamilton of Dalzell and Lord Ashbourne were imbued with the spirit of the ancient Charter, thrust on King John in 1215. In accordance with the Charter's Clause 61, the famous enforcement clause, the four presented a vellum parchment at Buckingham Palace, declaring that the ancient rights and freedoms of the British people had to be defended. The clause, one of the most important in the Charter, which was pressed on King John at Runnymede, allows subjects of the realm to present a quorum of 25 barons with a petition, which four of their number then have to take to the Monarch, who must accept it. It was last used in 1688 at the start of the Glorious Revolution. The four peers, who were all thrown out of Parliament in November 1999, proved they had that quorum by presenting Sir Robin Janvrin, the Queen's private secretary, with the petition signed by 28 hereditary peers, and letters of support from another 60. In addition, they claim the support of thousands of members of the public. They say that several articles in the Treaty of Nice agreed by Tony Blair in December will destroy fundamental British liberties. The Queen has 40 days to respond. Under the Magna Carta's provisions, if the Sovereign does not observe the Charter the people may rise-up and wage war on her, seizing castles, lands and possessions until they have redress.” - Caroline Davies

CLA OATH SETRead the Barons petition and Article 61 at your leisure, use our engraved pen 🖊 to fill in the details to transfer allegiance by the law of the land, and declare your intent to defend the realm from treason. See all our designs, on our website - www.commonlawassent.com/shop

Please see Attachment Below for an informative PDF download.




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Dec 10, 2022

Exactly ❤️

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