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What constitutes a legal and lawful Parliament?
« on: June 22, 2018, 06:12:16 PM »
What constitutes a legal and lawful Parliament?
 
In the beginning our forefathers set up Parliament as a tri-partite agreement, this was done using the common law. The House of Commons have originated all legislation after blackmailing King Henry V who needed  a tax raised, the House of Commons made it conditional on being solely responsible for starting all legislation. So since 1420 all legislation has originated in the House of Commons.
 
The legislation is then passed to the House of Lords who strictly in accordance with their collective conscience they pass it send it back for amendment or approve it.
If it receives the House of Lords approval it is sent to the King as a petition for its approval. Strictly in accordance with his conscience the King will grant or refuse the Royal assent, if the King refuses the assent he cannot be asked to give his reasons.
 
In 1609 the House of Commons as a part of their power grab wrote to tell the House of Lords they were the Knights Burgess’s and Barons of the high court of Parliament. The House of Lords wrote back saying  they would never accept them as Barons and without the House of Lords they were no court at all.
 
In 1667 the House of Commons told the House of Lords as an extension of their power grab they could not amend a money bill. A ten year argument ensued until in 1677 the House of Lords in a moment of madness gave way.
 
This came back to haunt us in 1909 when Asquith’s government put forward a budget part of which would give the common man a pension, the House of Lords believing they could not amend it and knowing the common man could not afford the extra tax on top of the tax he was already paying, so they rejected the budget. Asquith told them he was putting a bill forward to remove their right to reject a bill. The House of Lords said they would not pass the bill. Asquith said he would put five hundred new Peers into the House of Lords who would vote for its abolition. In another moment of madness the House of Lords gave way and approved the bill. Now the bill was placed before King Edward VII who refused the assent on the grounds the bill was unconstitutional and removed a protection from his subjects, Asquith was ordered to go to the country, he and his ministers toured the country telling the common man those rich Lords with their large estates would not let the common man have a pension. The Lords felt it was beneath them to tour the country saying look boys and girls the reason we rejected the budget was because we knew you could not afford the extra tax to pay for it. Asquith was returned. The Bill was written into the Kings speech when he reached it he said the only reason I am doing this is because my ministers say I have too. But the King could refuse the assent again shortly after this the King fell ill and died, On coming to the Throne King George V was told was told by a minister he kept all his prerogatives but could not use any of them without the backing of a minister, so in two fell swoops the House of Commons had neutered the house of Lords and usurped the Royal Prerogative. So in 1911 the House of Commons committed two acts of treason and Parliament ceased to be legally/lawfully constituted.

To overawe the House of Lords right to conduct their own business their own way constitutes treason contrary to Sec 3 of the 1848 Treason Felony Act.
 
To usurp the Royal Prerogative is to imagine the death of the King as a fully sovereign King contrary to the 1351 Treason Act.
 
As laws can only be made by a legally constituted Parliament and as it ceased to be legally constituted in 1911 with the 1911 Parliament Act no legislation since 1911 is lawful. And has no force of law.
 
As the Royal Prerogative was usurped in 1911 and the Royal Prerogative by common law must be given by the King personally, and as the Royal Assent has not according to a report by the House of Commons library been given in person by the Sovereign since 1854 so no legislation since then has the force of law. And Sec 3 of the 1848 Treason Felony Act cuts in. No act of Parliament brought in by breaking the common law rules Parliament was formed by has any legal authority. Parliament cannot alter the common law, because the common law governs the actions of Parliament.
 
Sir Edward Coke CJ ruled Parliament may some times pass a law which is repugnant, against common right and reason or is impossible to perform in which case the common law will intercede and strike it down.


Books used for research Rights of the Kingdom or, Customs of our Ancestors Touching the Duty Power, Election, or Succession of our Kings and Parliaments, our True Liberty, Due Allegiance Three Estates, their Legislative Power, Original, Judicial, and Executive. John Sadler 1682. EEBO Editions
 
Select Documents of English Constitutional History Adams and Stephens 1921.  Macmillan
 
King Edward VII Vol 6 Gresham Publishing Company
 
 


 


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