The fact that the (un)establishment has been committing treason against the people and their constitutional rights since 1972 is finally coming to light for some.
However, some may still suggest that Tony Blair “had done away with the treason laws” in 1998 by purportedly ‘repealing’ the 1795 Treason Act.
It has been recently suggested that Blair’s moves was “perfectly legal” even though the Declaration of Rights and the Revolution Settlement in 1689 dictates that “suspending laws or the operation of laws” is illegal.
Contrary to popular belief the death penalty still exists in Britain for high treason as the 1795 Treasonable and Seditious Practices Act was NOT repealed in 1998 when Tony Blair introduced the Crime and Disorder Act.
In chapter 36 of this 1998 ‘Act’ he attempted to repeal the 1795 Act and the death penalty for high treason but Blair had no lawful authority to do so, and he committed treason in his attempt. He would be in prison today if only the people would stand united under their constitution as the law demands.
Some say that treason is not a crime anymore because of his actions, however you would be wrong to think so. Indeed it is what he wants you to think, but with a little research, anyone can work out that Blair made no lawful changes to law, and he never could.
Blair actually committed three acts of Treason in all, and did not possess the authority to do so.
An example of such a treasonous act would be a year earlier at the signing of the Amsterdam Treaty in 1997 which increased the European Union’s powers for action at community level, and included further European integration in legislative, police, judicial, customs and security matters and strengthened Europol. This was a clear act of treason, and because of this, Tony Blair was in fact, actually never the Prime Minister at law. Much like any criminal in supposed “public office”, Blair tried to get rid of the penalty of the crime he was guilty of.
Still, some believe that Treason is not a crime today, or at most (as the Police will tell you) a “political matter” which is a complete fabrication. Is institutionalized paedophilia a “political matter” too?
On 14 May 2012, an FOI Request was made to the Data Access & Compliance Unit within the Ministry of Justice in regards to the Crime of treason.
They handed the Request to the Criminal Law Policy Unit, to which they replied:
“…the UK does still have laws governing treason and that treason is still regarded as a crime in the UK…There is also a common law offence of misprision of treason which consists of failing to inform of any treasons committed or threatened by others, or of attempting to rescue any traitor from justice.”
So there you have it. The crime of treason still exists and it is still a very serious crime. A fact that past and present administrations of government seem to have forgotten.
There is also the common law crime of treason. An offence of attempting to overthrow the government of a state to which the offender owes allegiance; or of betraying the state into the hands of a foreign power.
“The king,” says Bracton, who wrote under Henry III ( l. 1. c. 8.), “ought not to be subject to man, but to God, and to the law; for the law makes the king. Let the king therefore render to the law, what the law has invested in him with regard to others; dominion, and power: for he is not truly king, where will and pleasure rules, and not the law.”
The Declaration of Rights which spawned the Revolution Settlement containing both the Claim and Bill of Right(s) in 1689 states that
“all usurped and foreign power and authority may forever be clearly extinguished, and never used or obeyed in this realm . . . no foreign prince, person, prelate, state, or potentate shall at anytime after the last day of this session of Parliament, use, enjoy or exercise any manner of power, jurisdiction, superiority, authority, pre-eminence or privilege within this realm, but that henceforth the same shall be clearly abolished out of this realm, forever.”
The Act of Settlement 1700 also reinforces this sentiment by enacting that:
“no person born out of the Kingdoms of England, Scotland, or Ireland, or the dominions thereunto belonging (although he be naturalized or made a denizen, except such as are born of English parents shall be capable to be of the Privy Council, or a member of either House of Parliament, or to enjoy any office or place of trust, either civil or military, or to have any grant of lands, tenements or hereditaments from the Crown, to himself or to any other or others in trust for him.”
We’re we really in the EU at law?
This is not only because constitutional law dictates that no foreign powers may have jurisdiction over the United Kingdom, but because the Heath administration lied by telling the country that the ECA would not affect the UK’s sovereignty.
Even the Bill which took us into the EEC, said: “there would be no essential surrender of sovereignty…”. This mantra, in one form or another, was repeated throughout the campaign and the debates in Parliament. So we see a Government White Paper which attempted to bury the truth.
The Kilmuir Letter, which was written in December, 1960, evidenced that there would indeed be “loss of sovereignty” and was hidden for thirty years leaving the public completely. This damning letter to Edward Heath by the then-Lord Chancellor attempted to remind the Prime Minister of the treacherous steps that he was about to take upon signing the Treaty of Rome.
Another document released from the Foreign and Commonwealth Office after thirty years of secrecy titled case file 30/1048 also meticulously documents the Heath administrations Treason, Sedition and Fraud which were used to admit us to the “common market” which later flourished into the European “Union.”
The solution never was Brexit. As it turns out, the so-called referendum on the 23rd of June, 2016 did nothing but confuse the people more. The (not so) Great Repeal Bill converts all existing EU law into British law which is illegal. The EU Military integration and absorption of the UK Armed Forces is still underway, with no debate in either purporting parliaments. Never since 1972 have the people been so betrayed.
The solution is very simple. In 2001 the Crown was deposed. It has been law for 16 years for the people of the UK to put an end to the institutionalized tyranny and reassert their laws and customs, however this fact has been covered up by impostors within the treasonous regime.
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