What is a revolution and can it ever be lawful and who can do what in it?

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Revolution
What is a revolution and can it ever be lawful and who can do what in it?
Revolution is the act of over throwing government. And it can not only be legal and lawful to overthrow government but there are occasions when it is sound common sense to do it.
How can it ever be legal to overthrow our elected government? The answer lies in two things one the 1559 Act of Supremacy which made Queen Elizabeth I the supreme governor of England. Parliament are not as everyone is told law makers they are advisors to the lawfully anointed sovereign, they discuss things which ought or need to be done and they petition the sovereign who will grant or refuse the Royal assent. It is the Royal assent given in person by the lawfully anointed sovereign which makes law. So Parliament advises the sovereign decides.
Since 1911 when the Parliament Act was put on the statute books Parliament has not been a lawfully constituted Parliament because the House of Commons imposed its will on the House of Lords they over awed the House of Lords into agreeing the could not prevent a bill from the House of Commons becoming law they could only hold it up for a while. To over awe either house constitutes an act of treason contrary to section 3 of the 1848 Treason Felony Act. The government of the day also stole the Royal Prerogative from King George V. Since that time parliament has in law become a felonious assembly and in the last 50 years a criminal enterprise. So what can we do about this state of affairs? Well the common law gives us the answer, it states quite clearly as in the case of the Bristol riots which took place on the 29-30-31st October 1831. Every subject of the King has a common law duty in the case of riot or a felonious assemble to arm himself to the best of his ability and on his own authority to put down the riot or felonious assembly. A magistrate can order the subjects of the King to perform this duty but if the subject refuses his common law duty to act with or without the authority of a magistrate and failure to act to suppress the riot or felonious assembly can result in being tried in a court of law for the common law offence of not acting. It does not specifically say so but in most cases the requirement is for men between the ages of 12 and 60.
If we accept as we must this common law requirement to put down a felonious assembly and with the fraudulent expenses claims the many acts of treason in relation to the EU, the theft of our tax monies to give away as foreign aid when constitutionally the King is permitted to tax us to improve the Kingdom and its safety or to fight a war and for no other reason. Our common and constitutional laws make no provision to tax us to give the money away when none of us have or would have voted to give it away to people we do not know or in fact care about. Added to this the theft and use of the Prerogative by ministers when the common law of Kingship vest the King and only the King with the Royal Prerogative. So the common law instructs us to arm ourselves to put down a felonious assembly so it authorises us to put down the felonious assembly masquerading as a lawful Parliament which it clearly is not.


Albert Burgess

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