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2014/12/15 22:09:35 (permalink)

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This is very interesting, I've known of this for a while, its put together by John Hill, the man who made 7 / 7 ripple effect. The queen cannot take anyone to court for victimless legislated offences like traffic fines, council taxes, benefit cuts, tax credits
 
None of this applies to me, but I think anyone going to court or battling something out with HMRC for example would find this information very useful
 
 
You can download the Challenge document here
 
http://jforjustice.net/
 
 
 

 
 
Elizabeth 2 was crowned by fraud, and has been acting un-Lawfully ever since.

In the binding contract she signed to officially become the "queen" of Britain, she promised NOT to legislate herself, or allow others to do so. This of course she has failed to uphold in a massive way, having given royal assent to over 3,400 acts of parliament so far.

She has also breached that contract in many, many other ways as well.

Because of video, audio, and written evidence compiled by Muad'Dib, there is absolute NO refutation to the FACT that Elizabeth did indeed make this binding contract, and what the terms are for that contract. This video shows only excerpted bits and pieces of that evidence.

The very FIRST time she did anything in breach of that contract, as with any other contract that is broken, either the terms of agreement change (if that's how it's written), or in the case, the contract is immediately voided.

Since Elizabeth has broken her contract with the British people, she is no longer the rightful queen of Britain (if she ever was...), which means she has absolutely no authority or power to bring legislated charges against ANYONE.

This very powerful information can be used to challenge the jurisdiction of ANY court in the commonwealth, by directly challenging the authority of Elizabeth herself (or "Regina" in the courts), and the information is so thoroughly documented, that no one can argue against it and win, because it is just so simple and straight-forward.

In ANY and ALL legislated "offenses" (like traffic fines, income/poll/council taxes, or other victimless "offenses")---this information can be used to have any charges dropped.

It MUST be used by everyone all over Britain if we are ever going to be free from legislated tyranny.

Please study the information, and USE it for your benefit, and the benefit of everyone else.

For more information goto: http://jahtruth.net/britmon.htm
post edited by Muscle - 2014/12/15 22:12:19

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    Re: Elizabeth 2 Go 2014/12/15 22:18:40 (permalink)
    Im tweeting her straight away to step down!! Im furious!!!
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    Re: Elizabeth 2 Go 2014/12/15 22:43:18 (permalink)
    yet more crap
    muscle are you the real Walter Mitty  or just a glue sniffer ?
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    Re: Elizabeth 2 Go 2014/12/15 22:58:38 (permalink)
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    yet more crap
    muscle are you the real Walter Mitty  or just a glue sniffer ?


    No , im with Muscle on this one , out with the Queen !
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    Re: Elizabeth 2 Go 2014/12/16 10:11:51 (permalink)
    Just wait until Big Foot finds out about this... 

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    Re: Elizabeth 2 Go 2014/12/16 10:31:54 (permalink)
    She's not a ruler as such and as with all laws it's by consent. Muscle should know that. Removing her changes little except the £1-4b a year affect on tourism.

     
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    Re: Elizabeth 2 Go 2014/12/16 11:28:39 (permalink)
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    She's not a ruler as such and as with all laws it's by consent. Muscle should know that. Removing her changes little except the £1-4b a year affect on tourism.


    don't think he's on about removing the palaces and the Towers, just the monarchy , as far as I am aware no one who ever came to Britain purely for tourism ever got to meet the queen .
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    Re: Elizabeth 2 Go 2014/12/16 11:34:33 (permalink)
    All true. But to what effect? Do you think that she has no effect on tourism? I worked, as some know, for the Met for a few years and one duty included the guard change, another garden parties at the Palace and so on. We would have 100+ coaches (so about 5000 people) in the summer months each guard change day. Then there's the crowds for the golden and diamond jubilee's. It's a money thing if nothing else.

     
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    Re: Elizabeth 2 Go 2014/12/16 12:00:00 (permalink)
     
    I'm very proud to be living in and from a country which has a monarchy...  - lots of countries are very jealous of what we have, - I definitely think it's a good thing.  
     
    What they get up to, what happened to Diana, - is all debatable, - but I feel having a Royal family is great for Great Britain

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    Re: Elizabeth 2 Go 2014/12/16 12:16:21 (permalink)
    Yes but the crowds for the diamond jubilee etc. is just money spent on a party , if it wasn't spent on a party it would have been spent somewhere else , yes someone in China probably sold lots of union Jacks ,paper plates and napkins but it really didn't help our economy , its easy to point to these things that are seen and very hard to point out what is unseen , the money wasted on this party could have been used to start a business that created real jobs.
     
    Some might do well out of it, but the fact that they cost the tax payer a penny is a sign that they (despite being disgustingly rich) need subsidies to survive which come from the tax payer and which I have no option to give or I will end up in jail despite living in a 'democracy' .
     
    If they are such an attraction and people do actually pay to come and see them , let them run it as a private company , no money received from the tax payer and open up the palace , people can pay for tours etc. that I have no problem with . 
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    Re: Elizabeth 2 Go 2014/12/16 12:21:37 (permalink)
    I want her house
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    Re: Elizabeth 2 Go 2014/12/16 12:27:30 (permalink)
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    Just wait until Big Foot finds out about this... 




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    Re: Elizabeth 2 Go 2014/12/16 13:21:16 (permalink)
    I'm not sure if it's just me but I don't really give a **** about any of the royal family? Interesting post though.
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    Re: Elizabeth 2 Go 2014/12/16 13:40:49 (permalink)
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    Yes but the crowds for the diamond jubilee etc. is just money spent on a party , if it wasn't spent on a party it would have been spent somewhere else , yes someone in China probably sold lots of union Jacks ,paper plates and napkins but it really didn't help our economy , its easy to point to these things that are seen and very hard to point out what is unseen , the money wasted on this party could have been used to start a business that created real jobs.
     
    Some might do well out of it, but the fact that they cost the tax payer a penny is a sign that they (despite being disgustingly rich) need subsidies to survive which come from the tax payer and which I have no option to give or I will end up in jail despite living in a 'democracy' .
     
    If they are such an attraction and people do actually pay to come and see them , let them run it as a private company , no money received from the tax payer and open up the palace , people can pay for tours etc. that I have no problem with . 



    That's not how tourism works. I'll use my example of the coaches from earlier. One day we noted between 6 collegues (inc me) over 110 on Buckingham Gate. They seat, what, 40? So that's 4400 plus those coming from another direction. Now if it was simple day trippers the companies could charge £20.00 a head (more if you look it up but I'll keep it simple) just for the coach. In reality it's an awful lot of foreign visitors coming from overseas. In the first example they might spend £10-20 on the day (usually more) and the overseas visitors a lot more if you add in hotel and travelling costs (inc air taxes for example). They all used to do the tour so it's Westminster Abbey, the Palace and the Tower of London among others (starting at 8am and continuing thru the day). Lunch here, photos there and so on. Trinkets and souvenirs are brought along the way. 4400 x 20 is 88000. That's ticket costs alone. If they spend 20.00 again that's another 88000. And that's every day. If we said three months (Jun thru August) av 90 days we get 15.84m I think my figures are low.
     
    The Telegraph (via a google) cites ''On top of that, the monarchy is reckoned to be worth an additional £26.4 billion because of the economic benefits it brings to the UK, through the boost to tourism and other industries.''
     
    Just tickets to the Palace generated 9.3m in 2012. And I don't think it belongs to her.
     
    Feel free to work out what tax is paid on those £26.4b figures against their costs to us

     
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    Re: Elizabeth 2 Go 2014/12/16 13:47:59 (permalink)
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    She's not a ruler as such and as with all laws it's by consent. Muscle should know that. Removing her changes little except the £1-4b a year affect on tourism.


    don't think he's on about removing the palaces and the Towers, just the monarchy , as far as I am aware no one who ever came to Britain purely for tourism ever got to meet the queen .




    Some info here from the British Tourism board.This is for 2010 so Mobster could be right as the figure will have gone up in the last 4 years with different events like the wedding.
     
    "The British tourism agency has reported that the royal family generates close to 500 million pounds, or about $767 million, every year in tourism revenue, drawing visitors to historic royal sites like the Tower of London, Windsor Castle, and Buckingham Palace. The country's tourism agency says that of the 30 million foreign visitors who came to Britain in 2010, 5.8 million visited a castle ."
     
    You could also argue the visitors would come and visit the castles queen or no queen im not so sure I think they do have a massive impact on tourism especially from China and the US.
     
    I personally am not the biggest fan and I dont agree with many of the lesser royals being paid but I do think they bring in Buisness especially from China and places like Dubai. so that probably tips the scales for me in favour of them.
     
     
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    Re: Elizabeth 2 Go 2014/12/16 14:26:21 (permalink)
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    Yes but the crowds for the diamond jubilee etc. is just money spent on a party , if it wasn't spent on a party it would have been spent somewhere else , yes someone in China probably sold lots of union Jacks ,paper plates and napkins but it really didn't help our economy , its easy to point to these things that are seen and very hard to point out what is unseen , the money wasted on this party could have been used to start a business that created real jobs.
     
    Some might do well out of it, but the fact that they cost the tax payer a penny is a sign that they (despite being disgustingly rich) need subsidies to survive which come from the tax payer and which I have no option to give or I will end up in jail despite living in a 'democracy' .
     
    If they are such an attraction and people do actually pay to come and see them , let them run it as a private company , no money received from the tax payer and open up the palace , people can pay for tours etc. that I have no problem with . 



    That's not how tourism works. I'll use my example of the coaches from earlier. One day we noted between 6 collegues (inc me) over 110 on Buckingham Gate. They seat, what, 40? So that's 4400 plus those coming from another direction. Now if it was simple day trippers the companies could charge £20.00 a head (more if you look it up but I'll keep it simple) just for the coach. In reality it's an awful lot of foreign visitors coming from overseas. In the first example they might spend £10-20 on the day (usually more) and the overseas visitors a lot more if you add in hotel and travelling costs (inc air taxes for example). They all used to do the tour so it's Westminster Abbey, the Palace and the Tower of London among others (starting at 8am and continuing thru the day). Lunch here, photos there and so on. Trinkets and souvenirs are brought along the way. 4400 x 20 is 88000. That's ticket costs alone. If they spend 20.00 again that's another 88000. And that's every day. If we said three months (Jun thru August) av 90 days we get 15.84m I think my figures are low.
     
    The Telegraph (via a google) cites ''On top of that, the monarchy is reckoned to be worth an additional £26.4 billion because of the economic benefits it brings to the UK, through the boost to tourism and other industries.''
     
    Just tickets to the Palace generated 9.3m in 2012. And I don't think it belongs to her.
     
    Feel free to work out what tax is paid on those £26.4b figures against their costs to us




    I think you missing my point , I am not arguing that you cant point to revenue  generated , this is what is seen , if they where so successful and generated revenue , why  not run it as a private company  where they received no funding from the tax payer if they where so beneficial they would cost the tax payer zero   ?  a few trinket shops , hotels and coach companies  in the centre of London making a profit doesn't help the other 99.9% of tax payers  across the UK
     

     
    slightly bias video but good for debate
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    Re: Elizabeth 2 Go 2014/12/16 14:54:48 (permalink)
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    Yes but the crowds for the diamond jubilee etc. is just money spent on a party , if it wasn't spent on a party it would have been spent somewhere else , yes someone in China probably sold lots of union Jacks ,paper plates and napkins but it really didn't help our economy , its easy to point to these things that are seen and very hard to point out what is unseen , the money wasted on this party could have been used to start a business that created real jobs.
     
    Some might do well out of it, but the fact that they cost the tax payer a penny is a sign that they (despite being disgustingly rich) need subsidies to survive which come from the tax payer and which I have no option to give or I will end up in jail despite living in a 'democracy' .
     
    If they are such an attraction and people do actually pay to come and see them , let them run it as a private company , no money received from the tax payer and open up the palace , people can pay for tours etc. that I have no problem with . 


    That's not how tourism works. I'll use my example of the coaches from earlier. One day we noted between 6 collegues (inc me) over 110 on Buckingham Gate. They seat, what, 40? So that's 4400 plus those coming from another direction. Now if it was simple day trippers the companies could charge £20.00 a head (more if you look it up but I'll keep it simple) just for the coach. In reality it's an awful lot of foreign visitors coming from overseas. In the first example they might spend £10-20 on the day (usually more) and the overseas visitors a lot more if you add in hotel and travelling costs (inc air taxes for example). They all used to do the tour so it's Westminster Abbey, the Palace and the Tower of London among others (starting at 8am and continuing thru the day). Lunch here, photos there and so on. Trinkets and souvenirs are brought along the way. 4400 x 20 is 88000. That's ticket costs alone. If they spend 20.00 again that's another 88000. And that's every day. If we said three months (Jun thru August) av 90 days we get 15.84m I think my figures are low.
     
    The Telegraph (via a google) cites ''On top of that, the monarchy is reckoned to be worth an additional £26.4 billion because of the economic benefits it brings to the UK, through the boost to tourism and other industries.''
     
    Just tickets to the Palace generated 9.3m in 2012. And I don't think it belongs to her.
     
    Feel free to work out what tax is paid on those £26.4b figures against their costs to us




    I think you missing my point , I am not arguing that you cant point to revenue  generated , this is what is seen , if they where so successful and generated revenue , why  not run it as a private company  where they received no funding from the tax payer if they where so beneficial they would cost the tax payer zero   ?  a few trinket shops , hotels and coach companies  in the centre of London making a profit doesn't help the other 99.9% of tax payers  across the UK
     

     
    slightly bias video but good for debate


    Using my example because they'd have to own the hotels and coaches.
    post edited by Mobster - 2014/12/16 15:03:42

     
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    Re: Elizabeth 2 Go 2014/12/16 18:34:37 (permalink)
    My tax goes on a lot of things I dont use.  I dont care.  We will always pay tax and tax cuts will only happen when one party is trying to get elected.  If we had followed Norway's example with the way they used the north sea oil revenue the country would be a very different place.
     
    Out of interest how much do you think you would save by removing the monarchy?
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