Trial by jury. We, the people are in charge.
The foundation and our constitutional set-up in this country, the United Kingdom, is that the government is limited within their powers and they find it difficult to admit that.
How does that work?
The government has a law-making mechanism within itself, which is the legislature; the traditional arms of government, second the traditionary and third the executive branch which is the enforcement: the police and prison service.
When you apply the concealed mechanism, which has largely been airbrushed out of the consciousness of the people, we begin to realise that voting is not the only power we have but the government doesn’t tell the people about it. This is likely done on purpose.
The government can act criminally and outside of the law, which people find it hard to believe. In reality, they are getting away with it and only a handful of people are flagging up constitutional law as it’s truly supposed to work.
Why did the people forget? None of this is taught in school.
Article 39 & 40 of the Magna Carta:
Only four of the 63 clauses in Magna Carta are still valid today – 1 (part), 13, 39 and 40. Of enduring importance to people appealing to the charter over the last 800 years are the famous clauses 39 and 40:
“No free man shall be seized, imprisoned, dispossessed, outlawed, exiled, or ruined in any way, nor in any way proceeded against, except by the lawful judgement of his peers and the law of the land.
“To no one will we sell, to no one will we deny or delay right or justice.”
This is also in our statuary version.
Every man or woman who goes before a court must receive a trial by jury by their peers. Hence why there is a big problem with how the magistrates are working today.
The power to punish is only to be in the hand of the people. That is key.
Parliament itself can write legislation, but all legislation (statuary law) must be in alignment with constitutional law to not infringe the liberties of the people, giving a framework of limitation. A statute doesn’t have the power to punish, just the power to bring you to court. The court needs to be trialed by jury – for all causes: Money, Civil or Physical.
Our constitution is not written all over the place. It can be found in the original 1215 The Great Charter and it’s still binding by the government. And this elevates the people above the government.
There is a distinction between the original Great Charter of 1215 Magna Carta and the constitutional law, and the versions written later as acts of parliament as legislation.
When the people make the mistake of referencing acts of parliament when explaining constitutional law by using acts of parliament, everything breaks down.
All statutes, constitutional or not can be explicitly appealed and this means statute law is limited in its length. Any government can repeal or amend any legislation prior. And therefore, it cannot be constitutional.
The concealed mechanism is the way the people have control.
The second hidden purpose of the jury – trial by jury is a very weakened version compared to the common law medieval jury: the Commoners, the Freeman.
The purpose is to judge the person who appears in front of the court, but the second very important purpose is that the defendant has been brought to court as they breached some sort of legislation. Therefore, alongside them, the piece of legislation should also be on trial.
The Jury’s second purpose is not to judge the individual alone but also the justice on the piece of legislation that brought him into court in the first place. This could lead to annulment of that piece of legislation in a particular case.
Even if the person were in breach of the written legislation, despite that being the case, if the jury through their conscience feel it’s unfair to pass punishment on the defendant, for whatever reason and can’t find malicious intent, they can pass a non-guilty verdict.
On the Government website, through ignorance, they claim that parliament is sovereign. They are not.
Wow! Total gibberish!