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Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II
« on: October 23, 2014, 12:10:31 AM »

Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II

There are on here a number of very strongly held beliefs of the failure to rule us according to rule. These beliefs spring from a complete mis-understanding of the Roll of England's Kings in the constitution and common law so I will try and explain the legally and lawfully true situation.

The King is perfect and being perfect can do no wrong, nor can the King be tried in his own court. For the King to do wrong is impossible. Yet things are done which we know are wrong. So if the King can do no wrong and wrong is done, and the King cannot be tried for that wrong how do we put that wrong right?

In order to rule the King has advisors so when some thing is done in the Kings name which causes harm to the Kingdom or the Kings subjects we assume the King has been badly advised, and as we can do nothing to the King we place the Kings wicked and evil advisors on trial. Because it was by their wicked and evil advise that the Kingdom and the subject were harmed.

This is the only true and ancient position allowed to us by the English Common and Constitutional Law.

So those of you who would hang Her Majesty for the self evident wrongs which have occurred during her long reign are wrong to adhere to that opinion.

Up until the reign of Queen Anne all our Kings/Queens attended Parliament, Cabinet meetings and meetings of the Privy Council. After her death in 1714 we had King George I ascended the Throne he spoke no English only German and a little Latin so did not attend anything to do with government and just signed bills placed before him.

King George II was refused permission to attend Parliament, and Cabinet or Privy Council meetings and throughout his reign complained his ministers were Kings in his Kingdom.

King George III had a twenty year running battle with the House of Commons as to where sovereignty lay with him as the anointed King or as the Commons claimed with them as the elected house. King George III won the vote by one vote. Establishing the Sovereignty lay with the anointed King.

The last time the Sovereign gave the assent to a Bill in person was by Queen Victoria in 1854. The last time the assent was refused was by King Edward VII when he rejected the Parliament Act in 1910 stating it was unconstitutional and removed a protection from his subjects. He ordered Asquith to go to the country. After lying his way around the country Asquith was returned and during the Kings speech he said the only reason I am doing this is because my ministers have told me I have too, shortly after this he fell ill and died. King George V on coming to the Throne was told he kept all his prerogatives but could not use any of them without the backing of a minister. King George V was subsequently murdered by his Dr in order that the announcement of his death could be made in the morning edition of the Times.

A few months ago Cameron said he operated the Royal Prerogative and shortly before that Teresa May claimed when putting a bill forward that she was the Queen.

 So before you buy the rope for Queen Elizabeth II first consider ancient English Common Law of Kingship and buy enough rope for Her Majesty's wicked and evil advisors.




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The King is dead long live the King
« Reply #1 on: October 23, 2014, 09:33:57 PM »
The King is dead long live the King

 The King of England can never die, so says the ancient common law of English Kingship. Henry, John, Edward and George may die the last breath of the dying King is immediately followed by the first breath of the new King.

 The King is the current holder of the office of the Crown and as the office of the Crown cannot die neither can it be without a King so the common law does not permit the King to die. Hence the phrase the King is dead long live the King.

 The very second King Charles I head was severed from his body his son became King Charles II. King Charles II was kept from his Throne for 11 years by Parliament and Oliver Cromwell. But on being invited to take his Throne he did not repeal any laws passed during the Republic because none of these laws had received the Royal Assent so were not law. All immediately ceased to have any effect.

 In order for the King to do his job the common law of Kingship bestowed upon him authority over and above that bestowed on any subject. This authority makes the King the Supreme Governor of England and we call this higher authority the Royal Prerogative, there are those who say it is difficult to define the limit of the Royal Prerogative I disagree. The King can take any action give any order which benefits the Kingdom and the subject. The King may not in law take any action or give any order which harms the Kingdom or even one of his subjects.

 King Henry VIII was an arrogant bully who regularly abused his position and exceeded his use of the prerogative, such as in the case of Richard Rose. Richard was cook to the Bishop of Rochester a friend of the Kings, the Bishop annoyed Richard who poisoned the meal killing 17 people. The correct thing was to place him on trial and if found guilty apply the sentence the law decreed. Henry VIII ordered Richard Rose taken to Smithfield and boiled alive. That is what happened to Richard Rose. This became known as an Henry VIII power. Parliament today claim to rule by Henry VIII power. The problem is these purported powers were illegal when Henry VIII used them by murdering Richard Rose, and they are still illegal now.

 All other authorities, supremacies, and superiorities enjoyed by the King of England are directly as a result of his first being King of England.
 King John broke the law and exceeded his authority when he and six Barons and two Bishops surrendered England to the Pope in 1213 at Dover.

 In 1366 a meeting of the Estates of England comprising the Lords Spiritual, the Lords Temporal and the Commonality of England met at the request of King Edward III to decide the matter, the Estates of England did not rush the discussion but reached the only legal/lawful decision they could. England did not belong to King John he only held it in trust for those who followed on. King John broke the law his gift to the Pope was illegal and was void. King Edward III we are told wrote roundly to the Pope.

 The Estates of England is the highest law giving body in the land capable of hiring and firing Kings and Parliaments.

 This one major constitutional ruling makes every EEC/EU treaty illegal and void.


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