CHOICE AND SYSTEM FOR THE PLANET
A Holistic Common Sense Structure for
Liberation of All
without War Through the New Foundation for the New World Vision
Humans * Animals * Environment * A Unity in Diversity Honoring the Truth of
The Oneness of All Life through Compassion, Humanity , Equality,
Prosperity and Respect
New World in This Generation
for the Next 7 Generations
The Planetization Structure, Blueprint and Plan Provides
the New Coordinates and Scaffold to Change the World
Giving careful consideration to the mode of address in this letter,
although in courtesy I have addressed it in conventional manner, it is
clear that having, in effect, abdicated by failure to perform your
coronation oath you leave the people of this nation without effective
titular head to whom we may address our petitions. I write to you only
in your pre-eminence in Common Law.
I write on Edmund Burke’s remark that for evil to flourish it is
sufficient for good men to do nothing.
At your coronation you swore on oath to rule this country according to
our laws and customs. This contract with us was written clearly in Magna
Carta and replicated by Edward I in 1274. After saying that he would
give no such oath, the archbishops, bishops, barons and freemen said
that, in this case, they would get another king.
In Magna Carta it was made clear that if the monarch went against this
oath then chapter 61 would apply, the contract would be broken and the
monarch would have to give up his position and possessions. You have,
throughout your reign, disregarded our laws and customs in the
legislation that has gone through Parliament.
I believe that you have done this on the basis of the Fabian inspired
Parliament Act of 1911 which argued untruthfully that since royal assent
had never been denied by a monarch since 1707 (when Queen Anne sent back
a Bill) the use of the royal assent had fallen into abeyance. This claim
was untrue and treasonable. Only the year before, Asquith had been
forced to go to the country by Edward VII who sent back the same Bill to
Parliament. And indeed monarchs had refused assent on at least six other
occasions since 1707. On each occasion this refusal of assent was
because the Bills concerned breached our constitution.
In other words, the 1911 claim, is incorrect and the monarch’s assent
was never and can never be deemed unnecessary or automatic, even though
George V chose to accept that the royal assent was now a formality and
that the monarch could not, in reality refuse assent – as in the
Northern Ireland Bill.
Despite all the long years of your reign this method of agreement,
either forced on you, or under "automatic assent" nevertheless cannot be
upheld as lawful.
Many people who have written to you on constitutional matters have
received replies from your secretary (most recently, Sonia Bonici)
saying that their letter had been forwarded to the government department
misleadingly called the Department of Constitutional Affairs and
Ministry of Justice. Your compliance with this has permitted the
judiciary under these government departments to claim, as in the Chagos
Archipelago appeal, that our fundamental liberties do not exist and that
the peoples of these islands have no rights under our law.
I am old and now seriously ill. I cannot die without making clear to you
that you have broken your oath to us your people.
The 1911 act purports to permit taxes to be levied on us merely by a
majority in the House of Commons and without reference to the upper
chamber. This again is against our constitution and specifically not
permitted by our Petition of Right of 1627. The most serious instance of
this is the use of our taxes to fund the banking system of this country:
this is being explained to the electorate as a step which will in some
way make us rich, whilst in fact it is not only unlawful, but a most
serious abrogation of our rights and your duties under our constitution.
Your contract with the people of this country and the colonies and
dominions cannot be destroyed by the chicanery of the Fabians in the
1911 Act, nor by subsequent legislation. If you have the courage to
fulfil your contract, however belatedly, you could prorogue Parliament
now and have a free election with or without party divisions so that
this country can go forward in a proper and united way to remove us from
the difficulties that have ensued since the 1911 Parliament Act.
The Archbishop of Canterbury