Here there be rants. There will be Freeman stuff, Lawful Rebellion stuff and Random stuff. I am rebelling because I want my country back. My lawful obligations are as follows: “together with the community of the whole realm, distrain and distress us in all possible ways, namely, by seizing our castles, lands, possessions, and in any other way they can, until redress has been obtained as they see fit…” Article 61 Magna Carta 1215
February 14, 2011
So, Where Do YOU Live?
I spotted this video over at The Final Redoubt and I couldn't resist bunging it on here.
It either explains much, or it will confuse the hell out of you.
It does explain the Crown quite well, so it really is worth five minutes of your time.
Tip of the (British?) beret to Harry Hook.
If you want a transcript of the audio, (the man speaks at a fair old clip), go look here.
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HA HA HA, very good
Did you Marks post?
I knew all of that but I was educated before they fucked the schools up.
btw, it is called Great Britain not out of delusions of grandeur, the French applied the title Grande Britannia to differentiate it from Petite Britannia, Brittany.
Sad reflection on a school system that I thought was fairly good (or, at least, it was when I was in it) - I saw this the other week and was very much educated by it.
Thanks for the heads-up.
I just went over there to see what he had written. The Fat Bigot has a piece up as well.
I will respond.
My education involved much African history, particularly SA as that is where I was educated. I have more gaps in my history than is decent so I am playing catch up.
As well as law, history has become a huge fascination for me.
The same guy is producing a similar thing for America so that should be good too. His research is meticulous.
He left out the most important separate state. The City of London which is independent of the Royal Crown and the government.
Interesting, there`s Brits everywhere!
Thanks for linking to my video!
Thank YOU, Grey, for producing it!
Is the American one ready yet?
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