On the 10th of August 1911 parliament pushed through the Parliament Act which being an unconstitutional and therefore unlawful act, dissolved the Royal Prerogative. This meant that although Royal Assent is meant to only allow acts and statutes in keeping with the constitution, it was diluted and those powers all but removed.
This being the second act of treason to our knowledge that was committed since the Grand Juries were removed from service, the governing ministers and the monarchy have failed to uphold their duty and their oaths to the people they are meant to be serving and broken the law a thousand times over since then. All acts and statutes since 1911 are treasonable, that means they need to come under close scrutiny and reassessing as to whether they are still valid under constitutional law.
Even King Edward VII REFUSED the assent outright to what became the 1911 Parliament Act ordering the prime minister Asquith to go to the country on the grounds the bill was unconstitutional and also removed protection from his subjects. Asquith and his ministers went around the country lying about the Lords who thought it beneath them to reply. Asquith won the election and put the bill through, the King in his speech at the opening of parliament said that the only reason he was doing this was at the instruction of his ministers. A clear indication that this was against his wishes.
The house of Lords used to (and still should) play a very important constitutional role in the development in the law making of Parliament. Their role was as follows;
- To champion the people against arbitrary and ill considered law making by the House of Commons;
- To correct the errors by the House of Commons. Influenced as it was by every fickle gust of passing opinions;
- To protect the people from laws passed by a House of Commons that does not really represent their wishes (if it does not comply with the constitution);
- To carry out the will of the nations when the House of Commons wilfully or mistaking acts contrary to It;
- To balance the caprices of the House of Commons, and to counteract the frequent reversal of policy which would otherwise happen every few years when a change at Government took place.
To change ANY constitutional safeguard without first the consent of the people is an act of treason. And according to R v Thistlewood 1820:
“To destroy the constitution of the united kingdom is an act of treason”
Addressing both Houses of Parliament on 20 July 1988, at an historic meeting of both houses to mark the 300 th anniversary of the Declaration of Rights, Her Majesty said that it was “still part of statute law…on which the whole foundation and edifice of our parliamentary democracy rests.”
The Declaration of Rights 1688 spelt out that “…the said Lords…and Commons, being the two Houses of Parliament, should continue to sit and…make effectual provision for the settlement of the …laws and liberties of this kingdom, so that the same for the future might not be in danger again of being subverted. …the particulars aforesaid shall be firmly and strictly holden and observed…and all officers and ministers whatsoever shall serve their Majesties and their successors according to the same, in all time to come.”
The ruling in Nichols v Nichols 1576 included the words:
“Prerogative is created for the benefit of the people and cannot be exercised to their prejudice.”
Blackstones Commentaries (volume 1, page 239) says of the Royal Prerogative:
“The splendour, rights, and powers of the Crown were attached to it for the benefit of the people. They form part of, and are, generally speaking, as ancient as the law itself. De prerogativa regis is merely declaratory of the common law…”
The Royal Prerogative is the power delegated by the sovereign to ministers to sign treaties on behalf of the nation.
In 1707, Queen Anne withheld the Royal Assent from the Scottish Militia Bill when it became apparent that James Francis Stuart (pretender Prince of Wales, and the Queen’s half-brother) was planning with Louis XIV of France to invade Scotland from Calais in an attempt to establish a Jacobite sovereign. Were such an invasion to be successful, the Queen feared a Scottish militia might be turned against the monarchy. Thus, parliament’s will was denied in the interests of the sovereignty of the nation and the security of the realm.
ALL true law in Britain and the commonwealth is protected by the constitution which was created by the peoples uprisings against tyranny in the past. The law also complies with the 10 commandments in the Christian faith which is at the heart of British law.
The constitution of the United Kingdom is consented too by the good people because it is natural law, it guarantees justice for all and is very simple to understand. It protects the innocent and vulnerable and is simply common sense. The sovereign peoples of Britain and the commonwealth consent to be ‘governed’ by the common laws of the realm because they are just, not ‘ruled’ by corporate policies that do not comply with the constitution and are unjust, which is what we have going on today.
Britain (constitutionally) has a very good system of justice but it has been denied us for generations, and most people think that the corporate rules being used today are laws! Any rule that does not comply with the British constitution is NOT a law. Rules require your consent (tacit or otherwise) and the law of course demands that nobody consent to treasonous rules. The common law has our consent because it is fair to all.