The Magna Carta, which is also known as the Great Charter is often quoted by the self-styled ‘freeman on the land’ and ‘sovereign citizen movement’.
Before we look at what it is, and what it isn’t let’s recap on what the majority of folks understand it to be.
Officially signed on June 15, 1215, the Magna Carta would become one of the most important documents in history.
Signed by King John (paedophile) following a revolt by the English nobility against his abuse of feudal law and custom, the Magna Carta established a crucial principle in 1215 that everyone (even King John) was subject to the law. The document guaranteed the rights of individuals, the rights to justice, and the right to a fair trial. King John signed the document as a peace treaty between himself and his rivals—rebel barons of England.
The document stated, “No free man shall be seized or imprisoned, or stripped of his rights or possessions, or outlawed or exiled, or deprived of his standing in any other way, nor will we proceed with force against him, or send others to do so, except by the lawful judgement of his equals or by the law of the land.” While this sounds like a good idea, King John soon regretted his decision.
Signed and not Sealed!
Causing a war
Who knew one document could start a war? That’s what happened when King John realized the Magna Carta concerned himself and he asked Pope Innocent III to annul the document. The Pope agreed, calling the document “illegal, unjust, harmful to royal rights and shameful to the English people.” But this decision wreaked havoc on King John’s monarchy. A civil war broke out between the king and his barons, lasting until King John’s death in 1216. His son, King Henry III, later issued a revised Magna Carta, which formally entered English statue law in 1225.
Why was it important?
The Magna Carta has been exaggerated greatly as establishing English parliament. That’s not true, according to historians, but the document was one of the necessary steps taken in England to establish parliament—serving as a symbol of the sovereignty of the rule of law. But the document had a widespread influence—even in the United States. In 1791, James Madison penned the Bill of Rights and many of the principles listed in the Magna Carta are found in Madison’s very own important document. The United States isn’t that different from England after all.
We have witnessed multiple cases whereby folks have attempted to use the Magna Carta ether in an attempt to get a fair trial I.E. common law jurisdiction with a 12 man jury or to get a case dismissed or thrown out. In 7 years I have yet to see evidence that the Magna Carta works or affects proceedings in anyway.
Many researches will have come across this crock…
As we can see, although it may of been compiled in good spirits with the view to setting folks free, the whole document is fundamentally flawed by it’s grammatical standing, we have:
- Dog Latin – The ALL UPPERCASE TEXT. (Removed from the page)
- Bold Text – This stands out, what stands out does not stand in. (Removed from the page)
- Underlining – Any text that is underlined constitutes a mistake. (Removed from the page)
- Italics – Italics or cursive writing lean off the page and is merely lines and curves, art. (Removed from the page)
- Font Separation – The initial letter of a word is greater than the remainder. (Removed from the page)
There are a few more grammatical errors but thee gets the point i’m sure.
So even if we got a Judge on his oath and a 12 man jury, the jury would be sitting in a [box] and legally wouldn’t be able to see nor hear evidence. And as they are sitting 6 on-top of 6, this would be a petite jury in any case!
From what I understand, some folks get the above document notarized and sealed, so what it says no-thing, and then they petition a baron. Like I said before, I have yet to see any evidence that this works for the reasons I am pointing out, if anyone can prove me wrong with facts please do come forth.
In my opinion the Magna Carta is or was solely aimed at men, especially freemen. It talks about people not persons, meaning that today we as persons, not we as people are not in any way protected by this document.
Whilst we claim to be a UK or U.S citizen we cannot use the Magna Carta or any of the Bills of Rights as they do not apply to Citizens. Moreover, in the U.S the Constitution is also suspended as it only applies to the USA or American Nationals not U.S Citizens, this is because the U.S is simply a corporation that operates out of Washington D.C.
For the UK citizens can’t use the Bill of Rights and so forth either as they are Citizens or employees of the Crown Corporation which operates out of the City of London.
Both Washington D.C and the City of London are privately owned, foreign corporation-ships (pirates) and they are essentially lifted of the lands of England, and America by said ship. They are also contained within 4 corners, this means the rule of [boxing] comes into play: ‘anything inside a box or 4 corners cannot be seen, heard or tendered as evidence’.
Moreover the Bills and Charters do not apply to:
Persons – Artificial, Legal Fictions, Corporations and Stawmen.
Anybody who holds an ALL UPPERCASE surname – all Uppercase being DOG. LATIN.
Anybody who uses a title I.E. Mr, Mrs, Miss – All titles are military, these rank the lowest.
Anybody that has or does ‘sign’ any Police, Court or legal paperwork – Waives your rights.
The only time the Magna Carta may apply and work for us is if we were masculine and famine, man and woman; as one collective ‘people’ not ‘persons’. For it has and will never work for persons that claim to be male or female, and use a title and surname. Nor will it work if we use the postcode as this too is a military posting.
The only time the Magna Carta might work is if we handed back everything that has DOG LATIN (all caps text) on it, this would be a long list including: Passport, Drivers Licence, National Insurance Cards, Bank Accounts, Credit Cards, Mortgages and so on.
Then somehow we have to prove we are with life, and rebut the Cestui Que vie Act of 1666 and others which in essence say that we are dead lost at sea.
Even if we did all this the fact still stands that the Magna Carta was sold as artwork for $21.3 million by Sotheby’s auction house many years ago.
I have a car and sell it, I can’t still drive it.
More on [Boxing]
· Four Corners Rule
Anything inside a box or square brackets creates an implied “inner box” that is separated from the “outer box” grammatically and thus legally isolates the contents of the “inner box,” – rendering what is in the “inner box” as mere reference or comment, but non-substantial to the outlying text of the contract in the “outer box”.
· Four Corners Rule
The Use of Brackets and the Four Corners Rule – Featured Content
1. The principle that a document’s meaning is to be gathered from the entire document and not from its isolated parts.
2. The principle that no extraneous evidence should be used to interpret an unambiguous document.
Black’s Law Dict. 8th Edition, Page 1941.
For the use of brackets on certain information on a form combines a grammar device with legal theory to legally isolate whatever is in the brackets from (thus, render it legally inapplicable and insubstantial to) the body of text within the surrounding contract.
Four Corners Rule (cont.
For the legal theory of this comes from the Four Corners Rule in law: Under “four corners rule”, intention of parties, especially that of grantor, is to be gathered from instrument as a whole and not from isolated parts thereof. Davis v. Andrews, Tex.Civ.App., 361 S.W.2d 419,423. (Black’s Law Dictionary, 5th ed. p. 591)