I am not required to. I am in Lawful Rebellion and your statutes are meaningless to me. Besides which, my job is to hinder your government at every opportunity. This is not a lifestyle choice: this is my duty, my obligation, as a Briton. My instructions, taken directly from Article 61 of the Magna Carta treaty of 1215, still valid & still lawful, are as follows:
Crystal clear, those instructions. I take them very seriously. Be it known now, that I have revoked my allegiance to Elizabeth Windsor, and I have sworn it instead to the Barons Committee formed in 2001.
Four affidavits are now lodged with Elizabeth Windsor, three affidavits are lodged with David Cameron dba First Lord of the Treasury, and one affidavit is lodged with the Home Office. None of my affidavits have been rebutted. All now stand as truth in law. I have Lawful Excuse. Send your drones if you must, but they will get the same answer. Invite me to court if you must, but I tell you now, I have already won.
For those who have not yet entered Lawful Rebellion, I strongly advise you to send the following notice to Jil Matheson of the ONS. If they can ask questions of you, guess what? You are fully entitled, under law, to ask questions of your own. If you get satisfactory answers to the questions below, by all means, fill in their forms and send them off.
My thanks to Dave: Murphy for the template.
Or you can use the instructions here, or here, or here or here.
Here you go:
Office for National Statistics
In care of:
You are receiving this notice in response to the Census form which was addressed to “The Occupier”.
Originally, the census was instigated as a simple numerical count of the population; however, the information required in this census far exceeds this mandate.
On the other hand there is a time-limit on the agreement being offered. It is reasonable, and if it runs out then you and all associated parties are in default, removing any and all lawful excuse on your part for proceeding in this matter
- What law requires me to complete the census?
- From where does the Office for National Statistics derive the lawful authority to demand private information?
- Is there a limit to invasion of privacy?
- Is the Office for National Statistics lawfully authorised to demand Private property?
- How can we lawfully be penalised for failure to provide information?
- By what authority does the Census collector threaten penalties for failure to provide personal information?
- Are there any circumstances whereby security agencies may access census information as suggested by section 39, subsection 4 of the Statistics and Registration Service Act 2007?
- Since Census data is being requested under pain of law enforcement and threat of financial hardship, are people able to decline answering, so as not to risk incriminating themselves, as authorised, for example, by the Data Protection Act?
- Because government search and seizure of private information is prohibited without a court warrant based on probable cause, current Census policies violate that right do they not?
- As the public have not been consulted on the Census, please explain how this demand for private information is ‘Democratic’.
- Please confirm or deny that the census data will not be used directly or indirectly for the service of shareholders in any of the corporations involved in the running of Government Services.
- agreement between the ONS and the employee,
- collective agreement, or
- by implication.
- If the paper is to be stored, please confirm under what circumstances storage will be carried out;
- If the paper is to be recycled, please confirm under what circumstances recycling will be carried out;
- Confirm or deny whether the physical form will be kept as secure as you say the ONS intends to keep the electronic data.
Please also note that any attempt to contact me or “The Occupier” by telephone regarding this matter after the appointed time you will also be in breach of the Wireless Telegraphy Act (1949) which may result in you being reported to both Trading Standards and The Office of Fair Trading and may also constitute a criminal offence under Section 127 of the Communications Act 2003.
Finally, you do not, nor have you ever had, my permission to use or process my personal data in any way, and so pursuant to the Data Protection Act 1998, I hereby demand that you cease use of any and all data with regard to me or “The Occupier”, and that you immediately destroy all of my data held on your records. Failure to do so will result in a report being submitted to The Information Commissioner for Data Protection breaches.
The census form has been respectfully returned unopened. Please reissue only if or when all of the above points and questions have been addressed in full and all the required conditions have been met.
Sincerely without malice, ill will, vexation or frivolity.
Without any admission of any liability whatsoever, and with all natural, inalienable, rights reserved.
And: FREEPOST 2011 Census, Processing Centre, UK