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Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Loyalty vs. Treason 3

Albert Burgess argues that ceding sovereignty to the EU (or any foreign power) is ultra vires - beyond the legal capacity of the Monarch or her ministers - without the agreement of the "estates of England" as a whole. I'd welcome legal comment, for I can't see how his reasoning is faulty.
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“Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it,” said George Santayana, and he was right.

Queen Elizabeth II as Queen of England is first and foremost Queen of England. All her other titles, prerogatives, superiorities and supremacies stem from this one fact. Yet of all her titles only that of Queen of Scots is by dint of arms and only then because the Scots had a habit of raiding over the border into England. That was until King Edward III captured the Scots King David and released him to rule Scotland as a vassal King to Edward; he allowed David to keep Scots law but imposed the 1351 Treason Act on Scotland. Every other title Queen Elizabeth holds was obtained by trade.

It is with Queen Elizabeth II as Queen of England that we are dealing with the Treason at Maastricht.

The Act of Supremacy 1559 put on a formal basis the one true and certain fact that the Kings of England are the supreme governors of England, and a King of England takes second place to no other crowned head on the planet. Not even the Pope, God’s representative on earth is over the King of England. English Kings rule England as God’s Lieutenant and according to God’s laws, and answer directly to God and the people of England.

Each and every English man woman and child has a duty of loyalty to the King of England; every person who comes to England as an immigrant, to trade or simply on holiday comes under the protection of the Queen’s Law. So a Frenchman who comes here to sell wine has a duty of loyalty to the Queen, whereas a Frenchman who comes here as a belligerent soldier does not.  In return the Queen, who is the fount of all law, gives the people the protection of her law.  

The Treaty of Maastricht purports to make not only England's Queen but each and every one of us citizens of a foreign power! This is a constitutional impossibility.

We were not asked if we wanted to surrender our Queen or ourselves to the dominion of a foreign power, and had we been asked the answer would have been a resounding “OVER MY DEAD BODY!” - as so many of our forefathers have proved with their dead bodies lying on many a stricken field.

So who gave John Major the prime minister the authority to give Douglas Hurd and Francis Maude the authority to sell us all into slavery to the European Union? The answer is no one. The rule is simple: no authority to govern this Kingdom can be disposed of unless we have been defeated in war, and the first, last and only war we have lost was in 1066 when King Harold died at the Battle of Hastings.

I look on Parliament as the housewife of the nation: I go to work and every week I hand my pay packet over to my wife, who pays all the bills, buys food and clothes and puts a bit away to cover emergencies. But she sure as hell does not have the right to give the house away whilst I am at work. Parliament takes a part of our wages in tax to pay for the day to day running of the Kingdom, to see we have a transport system that works, an efficient NHS and a well-equipped and -trained armed forces so they can defend the Kingdom against all comers.  But they sure as hell do not have our permission to give us away and that is exactly what the Maastricht Treaty does.

So when did this refusal to accept foreign interference start? It began with Alfred King of the English, when he inherited the Crown and was elected King in 877. Alfred had a man he wanted to appoint as Archbishop; the Pope thought otherwise, and sent his own man. Alfred sent him back saying he had his own man; the Pope sent his man back to tell Alfred that he, the Pope, appointed every King in the world, and if Alfred did not accept his man he would appoint a new King to Alfred's Kingdom. Alfred returned the Pope’s man saying, he was elected King by the English and would only ever do what was in their best interests, he had appointed the best man for the job and that is how it would stay. Several of our Kings up until King John also told the Pope to get lost. In 1213 King John, a bad King, in an effort to save his life surrendered England to Pope Innocent III and agreed to rent it back for 1000 Marks a year (700 for England, 300 for Ireland). In 1215 John was forced to sign Magna Carta which was a simple restatement of the laws of Alfred; after his death in 1216, his son Henry III wrote and told the Pope he, Henry, was answerable directly to God and not the Pope.

In 1366 the then Pope Urban V wrote to King Edward III to demand payment of the 1000 Marks a year for every year since Henry III had refused to pay it. Edward knew nothing about this so he sought advice from the Bishops and Barons; they discussed the matter with the Commons, and the following day first the Bishops then the Barons and finally the Commons told King Edward England did not belong to King John: it was not his to give away, John only held England in trust for those who followed on. John had broken the law and his action did not count, Edward was not a vassal King to the Pope, and the monies were not to be paid. The Bishops, Barons and Commons meeting without the King constitute the estates of England, the highest law-giving body in the land, even above the King in Parliament. This major constitutional ruling only confirmed the position taken by King Alfred. The last time the Estates met was at Runnymede when John was forced by the estates to reissue English law.

Henry VIII we know finally split with Rome completely. Queen Elizabeth I took on and beat the most powerful Catholic country in the world when her navy defeated the Spanish Armada, which sailed with the Pope’s blessing to defeat this “heretic” Queen - a heretic because she would not do the Pope’s bidding.

So when John Major sent Douglas Hurd and Francis Maude to negotiate making Her Majesty and us citizens of Europe he was going directly against the ruling given by the estates of England from 1366, and previously in 1215 at Runnymede. Ah, you may say, that's a very old law which does not apply in this modern age. But - and it’s a very big but - two things make that opinion just plain wrong.

The first is the 1366 ruling: it was not a law, it was and is a constitutional statement made by the most powerful body in England, of the most profound kind which lies at the very heart of what it is to be English; this is doubly important because King Edward III was the first of our Norman French Kings to think of himself as purely English.

The second point is that there is no principle of obsolescence of English law. If the law does not work it is formally repealed; as long as it works, it remains the law of England. So John Major was going against everything which being English means, but he did more than that: he made Her Majesty give the assent to what was and is a treasonable document, a document English constitutional law refuses her permission to sign. A document which every honest English man, woman and child will die before accepting.

Why would Her Majesty agree to such an infamous document? It is my belief, backed up by considerable research, that Her Majesty has been convinced by government that she has no authority, which instead lies entirely with government ministers, and that she must obey her Ministers. It is to deal with these evil and wicked councillors that we need to use the good English Law.  

Help me to help you to fight back: go to www.acasefortreason.org.uk and www.englishconstitutiongroup.org or email me at albertburgess@hotmail.com.

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1 comment:

Captain Ranty said...

This is a profound post.

Even to me, and I have researched this subject as if my very freedom depended upon it. And it does. And so does yours.

This post should be read by every Briton, and it should shake him or her to their very core.

Now is not the time for division. Now is not the time to say "I'm Irish, Welsh, or Scots", because all of the UK was represented at Runnymede. Barons from all over our country came to sign the Magna Carta, on our behalf. To protect us. For all time.

They did so knowing they were right, and that King John was wrong.

It set the tone for law systems all over the civilised world, eventually, because it is flawless.

Now our duty is to remember the fallen. They fell on a thousand battle-fields and it now falls to us to fight for what they believed in.

Declare yourself to be in Lawful Rebellion.

Demonstrate your patriotism and fight that evil monster. First in Westminster, those cowardly lick-spittle's, and then in Brussels and Strasbourg, those callous thieves.

If not now, when?

If not you, who?

They (in Westminster) gave what was never theirs to give, and they (in Brussels) took what was never theirs to take.

We need to restore our sovereignty.

It was always ours.

We never agreed for it to be taken away.

Let us take it back.

CR.