Lawful Rebellion – Our Duty

LAWFUL REBELLION – OUR DUTY

On the 10th of November 2014 Wyatt James [Wharton] sent a letter to HM Queen Elizabeth the Second, as required by Common Law Chapters 61 and 62 Magna Carta 1215 and 1297 when citizens are no longer served by the government.

Laful-Rebellion-Letterhead

These Chapters allow citizens to notify the Crown that our government is not acting according to the Commonwealth of Australia Constitution so that we may seek redress of our grievances.

The Crown has 40 days to respond, and if no response is received the Crown therefore acquiesces to the demands for redress, giving citizens the lawful right to rebellion against the government.

Click here to Download the Letter to the Crown

The United Kingdom Bill of Rights [1688] CHAPTER 2 1 William and Mary Sess 2 is an Act declaring the Rights and Liberties of the Subject and Settling the Succession of the Crown, is a “Preserved Imperial Enactment” in Queensland, and states:

“Grants of Fines, &c. before Conviction, &c.

And severall Grants and Promises made of Fines and Forfeitures

before any Conviction or Judgement against the Persons

upon whome the same were to be levyed.

All which are utterly directly contrary

to the knowne Lawes and Statutes and Freedome of this Realme”

which simply put means:

“all grants and promises of fines and forfeitures of particular persons before conviction are illegal and void”.

Lawful Rebellion Definition

Article 61 of the Magna Carta is important as it defines certain God-given and inalienable rights; it reads:

Since for God, for the improvement of our kingdom, and to better allay the discord arisen between us and our barons, we have granted all these concessions, and wishing that the concessions be enjoyed in their entirety with firm endurance (for ever), we give and grant to the barons the following security:

Magna-Carta-Sign
King John signs the Magna Carta at Runneymede

Namely, that the barons choose any twenty-five barons of the kingdom[1] they wish, who must with all their might observe and hold, and cause to be observed, the peace and liberties we have granted and confirmed to them by this our present Charter. Then, if we, our chief justiciar, our bailiffs or any of our officials, offend in any respect against any man, or break any of the articles of the peace or of this security, and the offence is notified to four of the said twenty-five barons, the four shall come to us—or to our chief justicicar if we are absent from the kingdom—to declare the transgression and petition that we make amends without delay.

And if we, or in our absence abroad the chief justice, have not corrected the transgression within forty days, reckoned from the day on which the offence was declared to us (or to the chief justice if we are out of the realm), the four barons mentioned before shall refer the matter to the rest of the twenty-five barons. Together with the community of the whole land, they shall then distrain and distress us in every way possible, namely by seizing castles, lands, possessions and in any other they can (saving only our own person and those of the queen and our children), until redress has been obtain in their opinion. And when amends have been made, they shall obey us as before.

Whoever in the country wants to, may take an oath to obey the orders of the twenty-five barons for the execution of all the previously mentioned matters and, with the barons, to distress us to the utmost of his power. We publicly and freely give permission to every one who wishes to take this oath, and we shall never forbid any one from taking it. Indeed, all those in the land who are unwilling to this oath, we shall by our command compel them to swear to it.

The Magna Carta 1215
The Magna Carta 1215

If any one of the twenty-five barons dies or leaves the country, or is in any other manner incapacitated so the previously mentioned provisions cannot be undertaken, the remaining barons of the twenty-five shall choose another in his place as they think fit, who shall be duly sworn in like the rest.

If there is any disagreement amongst the twenty-five barons on any matter presented to them, or if some of them are unwilling or unable to be present, what the majority of those present ordain or command shall be held as fixed and established, exactly as if all twenty-five had consented in this.

The said twenty-five barons shall swear to faithfully observe all the aforesaid articles and will do all they can to ensure that the articles are observed by others.

And we shall procure nothing from any one, either personally or indirectly, whereby any part of these concessions and liberties might be revoked or diminished; and if any such thing has been procured, let it be void and null, and we shall never make use of it ourselves or through someone else.

The Universal Declaration of Human Rights

Australians are protected by both the Magna Carta / Common Law, and the 1948 Universal Declaration of Human Rights, which states in the preamble: “Whereas it is essential, if man is not to be compelled to have recourse, as a last resort, to rebellion against tyranny and oppression, that human rights should be protected by the rule of law”.

Given that our rights have not been protected by ‘the rule of law’ since 1949 because our successive Governments have willfully and deliberately shown disrespect for our rights and disregard for their own obligations under the UN Charter “to promote universal respect for, and observance of, human rights and freedoms” by failing to enact one single piece of legislation to protect them, there has been justification for such ‘rebellion’ since 1949.

However, the letter sent to HM Queen Elizabeth the Second empowers We the People to lawfully rebel, and the government of the day is powerless to stop us.

Before explaining what your rights are to lawfully rebel, let’s examine the definition of Lawful and Legal.

What’s the Difference between Lawful and Legal?

First, we need to be aware that our 1901 Constitution references genuine law. That is, all laws passed correctly by the Parliament according to the rules laid down in the Constitution are the supreme law of the land.

So, is there a difference between lawful and legal?

The following is quoted from A Dictionary of Law 1893:

Lawful: In accordance with the law of the land; according to the law; permitted, sanctioned, or justified by law. “Lawful” properly implies a thing conformable to or enjoined by law; “Legal”, a thing in the form or after the manner of law or binding by law. A writ or warrant issuing from any court, under color of law, is a “legal” process however defective.

Legal: Latin legalis. Pertaining to the understanding, the exposition, the administration, the science and the practice of law: as, the legal profession, legal advice; legal blanks, newspaper. Implied or imputed in law. Opposed to actual

“Legal” looks more to the letter [form/appearance], and “Lawful” to the spirit [substance/content], of the law.

“Legal” is more appropriate for conformity to positive rules of law; “Lawful” for accord with ethical principle.

“Legal” imports rather that the forms [appearances] of law are observed, that the proceeding is correct in method, that rules prescribed have been obeyed; “Lawful” that the right is actful in substance, that moral quality is secured. “Legal” is the antithesis of equitable, and the equivalent of constructive.

Legal matters administrate, conform to, and follow rules. They are equitable in nature and are implied (presumed) rather than actual (express). A legal process can be defective in law. This accords with the previous discussions of legal fictions and color of law. To be legal, a matter does not follow the law. Instead, it conforms to and follows the rules or form of law.

Lawful matters are ethically enjoined in the law of the land—the law of the people—and are actual in nature, not implied. This is why whatever true law was upheld by the organic Constitution has no bearing or authority in the present day legal courts. It is impossible for anyone in “authority” today to access, or even take cognizance of, true law since “authority” is the “law of necessity”.

OUR DUTY TO PERFORM LAWFUL REBELLION

800 years ago, under the tyrannical rule of King John, the Barons of England were forced to stand up and oppose their oppressive and corrupt leader. 800 years later we are being forced to do the very same thing. On 15th June 1215, the Magna Carta (the Great Charter) was signed by King John to ensure that fundamental and basic human rights were upheld and maintained.

The basic laws embodied in the Magna Carta govern all Commonwealth nations that remain unchanged to this date. In 1734 the Magna Carta formed the basis of the Bill of Rights which is still an active part of law today. #

There are in fact three separate and distinct laws, rights and entitlements that govern our nation and those of the commonwealth.

  1. Sovereign Rights are your natural right from birth, as we are all born free and without allegiance to any governing body.
  2. Common Law are laws that are commonly accepted by the general populous in order for our society to function and co-exist peacefully. These laws govern expected levels of behaviour, such as ‘do not kill, do not steal, do not assault other citizens.
  3. The House of Representatives Laws: These are the rules and laws that govern the Crown as an entity in its own right. Our government is composed of elected representatives of the people of our nation and as such, they are required to, by law, act in the best interests of the people they are elected to govern.

If the elected representatives fail to listen to the people, we have a duty follow the procedures laid out by Chapters 61 and 62 in the Magna Carta. Australian citizens have already acted according to the law and the Crown has acquiesced. Therefore, We the People are required to lawfully rebel against the tyrannical government.

What can we do when we lawfully rebel?

Common-Law-Rebellion

Lawful Rebellion is not opposition to any police or military employed within the nation. These men and women are first and foremost civilians. They serve to uphold and protect our civil liberties and rights at home and abroad. It is their duty to maintain civil obedience to common law and to maintain peace and order.

These men and women are our brothers and sisters, they are our fathers, uncles, mothers and aunties and they are our friends. We all owe these people a debt of gratitude for their service to the nation. They deserve our respect, as without them we would have no rights at all and we would all be living in anarchy and disorder.

Lawful Rebellion must uphold common law and be conducted with respect for all citizens of our nation, especially those who serve to protect us all.

Lawful Rebellion opposes the corruption and illegal activity of the elected civil servants alone. Nothing more. 

That is why Advance Australia has implemented a campaign to stop paying unlawful Council Fines, Toll fees and any fines imposed by private corporations acting on behalf of the unlawful State and Federal governments.

This is just one way We the People can lawfully rebel. We ask citizens to seek other ways to lawfully rebel until the government either wakes up, stops acting on behalf of the United Nations and starts acting in our best interests, or the government collapses and we are able to elect a government Of the People, By the People, For the People.

The power is in our hands. We are already seeing the tyrants implementing their unlawful Acts to imprison citizens who resist. But if all Australians unite to rid ourselves of the tyrannical government we can win this battle for the survival of our nation. The choice is yours.

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