“But the facts went further than that, and the flames of the ‘Lawful Rebellion’ sweeping through the land had been fanned by the disclosure through the Freedom Movement of the truth about people’s indisputable rights according to the Law of the Land, which formed the basis of the Magna Carta and the U.S. Constitution.”
The book, Freedom Is More Than Just A 7-Letter Word, by Veronica: of the Chapman family, is one of the most important socio-political books you will ever read. The author has, as one person put it, ‘given us the firm foundation upon which we can build a mass movement that will sweep away the Criminal Global Elite’s influence and activities in Great Britain in a completely non-violent way.’ The plain fact of the matter is that we have all been the victims of a massive deception – but the good news is we can all do something about it.
Freedom Is More Than Just A 7-Letter Word explains how to achieve Freedom peacefully, by employing principles defined in the Magna Carta 1215. These principles are called ‘Lawful Rebellion’. You have the Inalienable Natural Right to peaceful Lawful Rebellion – until such time as everyone and everything else accepts your Freedom, and leaves you alone, to live your life in peace, without any (usually Statutory) forfeit, forbearance, or any other impediments. This is possible because Statutes are not the Law-of-the-Land. They are the Law-of-Waters, and need your consent to be applied on dry land. (That’s the bit they didn’t bother to tell you about at school). This book tells you how to refuse consent, and make it perfectly clear that you are a Freeman-on-the-Land, subject only to Common Law jurisdiction.
Hardcopy and PDF versions were until recently available from the Veronica’s page on the Lulu website. A recent attempt to link to that page discovered ‘the item no longer available’. Given the potential impact of the information, that’s not surprising. Happily, the PDF can be downloaded from here.
See also the excellent website of The Peoples United Community.
Personally I’m inspired by both the facts of our lawful position and the potential contained in the realisation of our rights.
As has been the case before in history the First Nations have already demonstrated a way. In December 2007 the Lakotah Sioux seceded from the United States by formally and unilaterally withdrawing from all agreements and treaties imposed by the United States Government on the Lakotah People.and established the Republic of Lakotah in South Dakota.
The Lakotah reservations are among the most impoverished areas in North America, a shameful legacy of broken treaties and apartheid policies. Lakota has the highest death rate in the United States and Lakotah men have the lowest life expectancy of any nation on earth, excluding AIDS, at approximately 44 years. Lakotah infant mortality rate is five times the United States average and teen suicide rates 150% more than national average. 97% of Lakotah people live below the poverty line and unemployment hovers near 85%.
"After 150 years of colonial enforcement, when you back people into a corner there is only one alternative," emphasised Duane Martin Sr, one of the delegation that traveled to Washington. "The only alternative is to bring freedom into its existence by taking it back to the love of freedom, to our lifeway."
In the first of a series of video interviews Oyate Wacinyapin (Russell Means), Itacan of Lakota, explains the situation to Alex Jones.