The issue of our age is what do do when your heritage and beliefs are under threat, especially in light of recent events in Bideford and Cornwall. It is quite clear to everyone now that Christianity, and the very foundation of our society is being attacked.
The Government believes that they can destroy our Christian beliefs, without remit to preserve them in law, which is a betrayal of the Three Resolutions, one of which stated that parliament MUST condemn any move to change religion. The Unionist is honour bound to protect our Protestant heritage, and it is telling that the Orange Order is silent as both its own people, and its Christian brethren on the mainland are persecuted. If it had been an Islamic or even a Hindu or Sikh country, ex Councillor Clive Bone would have been beheaded without a moments thought.
The Church of England is now trying to at last defend Christian Britain, not understanding that the bearded weirdo and his acolytes have long since surrendered to the Socialist political dogma. You would think that the head of state, in her jubilee year would reaffirm her coronation oath and at last defend our faith.
The Christian people of these islands have been abandoned by both the church and the state, the contract has been broken between the Church of England and her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II who have failed in their duty to the people.
This has happened before in 1628 when the King issued the Thirty Nine Articles of faith, which was quite correctly seen as evidence of the monarchs Catholic leanings. This has a direct correlation with the future Charles III and his pro Islamic leanings.
The appointment of Archbishop Laud in August 1633 and the appointment of Archbishop Williams can also be seen as similar with Laud and his Catholicism identifiable with the pro Islamic and Marxist sentiment shown by the bearded weirdo Williams.
You can see that the chain of events we are now witnessing, have legitimised Lawful Rebellion, as John Harris wrote:
"Under article 61 of Magna Carta 1215 (the founding document of our Constitution) we have a right to enter into lawful rebellion if we feel we are being governed unjustly. Contrary to common belief our Sovereign and her government are only there to govern us and not to rule us and this must be done within the constraint of our Common Law and the freedoms asserted to us by such Law, nothing can become law in this country if it falls outside of this simple constraint.
Article 61 shows quite clearly who really holds the power in this country, that being quite simply us the people; we have Sovereignty not any Parliament and nor can this be taken from us by any Parliament who claim to have taken the people’s Sovereignty. As defined above, any act passed by a Parliament to remove the power the people possess, or to remove the power from the point of constraint we invested the power in, is invalid as it falls outside of the constraint laid down by Common/Constitutional Law.
This is a simple safeguard put in place to protect our freedoms under said law and to never allow such freedoms to be removed or diminished. So in reality any Act, Statute and subsequent law or legislation formed by these actions, that effects our freedoms asserted to us, is quite evidently unjust, invalid and most certainly illegal.
By invoking article 61 we are quite clearly stating that we feel we are being governed unjustly and after giving the head of state (Her Majesty) 40 day’s to correct this, if this is not corrected, then we can simply enter into lawful rebellion and we do this under the full protection of our Constitutional Law."
By failing to safeguard the rights of our people the Church, State and Parliament have lost the moral right to govern this once great land, and it is every Englishman's moral right to enter into lawful rebellion.
Her Majesty has a chance now to defend her faith and make her golden year truly golden, or she can sink into ignomony as the Queen who betrayed her people.