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Common Law Assent

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"Article 61 of Magna Carta 1215 is a protective remedy when invoked as it is today, not so famously known these days as the 'security clause'-for a perfect reason. It has never let people down in the past. Still, Magna Carta is in danger of being let down by the people's ignorance in our crazy, modern and screwed-up societies. We are all empowered by the simple fact that it is our lawful duty not to aid and abet the crown or any of its institutions since clause 61 was invoked. It is also worth remembering that it is not the people's fault that the administration (crown) chose not to honour the 1215 treaty and remedy the petition of the barons in good faith in 2001, thus forcing them by lawful duty to invoke said article (61). We all must abide by the law, as we all know, and now we are bound by law to denounce their criminal statute rules and apparent authority (parliamentary sovereignty).

To take up a stance of diffidation: (lawful dissent -"Formal relinquishment or renunciation of faith, allegiance, or amity: solemn defiance of an enemy; declaration of hostilities:", -which is a royal command addressing the entire realm agreed by a constitutional monarch to defend the rule of law (see clause 61), but whilst also agreeing that no physical harm will be brought against the monarch or its heirs (the equal consideration within the treaty of Magna Carta) -; is the only genuinely lawful thing that can be done today."

Julia Dream
Lynda Hookins

This article is part of the layman's guides and has been run through grammarly.

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