It cannot be co-incidence that the King threw or destroyed the great seal as opposition to William and the historical new Bill that was obviously being planned, discussed & proposed around that time.
I think he clearly knew of such proposal and was opposed to it, which led to his actions or symbolic gesture of throwing the seal in defiance of this proposed Bill and William Orange..
I actually think that Richard Cromwell and other contributing people together with William Orange and members of Parliament did somehow collaborate together.. Even if there is as yet to find direct evidence in any letters we have available in the archives..
Because knowing the media influences of today and how ideas and proposals can circulate and take effect ... it seems likely that it's a viable possibility especially considering the importance of the Bill and what it stands for.
Post by Administrator on Feb 13, 2020 22:43:49 GMT
Another thing worth taking into consideration is the digging up and hanging and dismemberment of the corpse of Oliver Cromwell... as I have briefly mentioned already in discussion.. Because it highlights that... a King..
Namely Charles II had that much anger and contempt and hate for revenge against Oliver Cromwell, even though he was DEAD! He was dead! And still the wrath and vengeance of the Royalists was so strong...
They made such a point out of it that execution was not enough. It had to be symbolic ceremony and ritual to satisfy their thirst of vengeance and showmanship exhibitionist frenzy..
Which is a brilliant classic example of how the Government can act with and exhibit such spite and revenge of human capacity
Even against someone who is already dead!
So that itself outlines why Great Protection from the Government and King was essential to be a priority in the creation of the Bill of Rights. Particularly the Rights of the Subjects..
Outlining that such issues existed and required real intervention and protection from.
Which is why... I compare the backlash against the general public by Highways England and the Department Of Transport...
The ordering of the motorway speed limits to be dropped to 60mph and 40mph when the motorway was clear... to cause annoyance, hinderance and inconvenience to the public..
Particularly by Theresa May and her Conservative pals... following my Bentcop campaign... With wild and ridiculous excuses such as pollution.. when slow traffic builds more pollution not less in an area...
The hidden undertones of vengeance and revenge against the people.. when that Government knew it had wronged the public and mislead them... Knowing ot was guilty.. not wanting to admit fault.. Striking back at the public.. dressed over with excuses and claiming legitimate reasons when there were no legitimate reasons.
More stings from speed cameras "whips" to settle the fires of appetite for dominance and gesture of authority
Post by Administrator on Feb 14, 2020 22:19:08 GMT
The only problem I have with the 1688 Bill of Rights...
When I first saw it. It looks so old. But contemporary publications are far more familiar looking..
It almost looks like magna carta.
Mabe its because its Government legislation. Current day legislation does look very different to a book. Novel. But I thought it would be more ornate. Something like that you would have thought had been handled a lot less.
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I think we can explore the religious and political relationships between the Lords prayer and the Right to petition.
Especially as an art form, for which the Anglo-saxons and Celts were actually reported as being a lot more creative with than the Latin preists and early Christians on their ventures into the British isles.
The Lord's Prayer (traditional words to the Our Father) Our Father, which art in heaven, Hallowed be thy Name. Thy Kingdom come. Thy will be done in earth, As it is in heaven. Give us this day our daily bread. And forgive us our trespasses, As we forgive them that trespass against us. And lead us not into temptation, But deliver us from evil. (For thine is the kingdom), The power, and the glory, For ever and ever. Amen. (Taken from the Anglican Book of Common Prayer, 1662).
"Which art in heaven" arts in the heavens The signs and symbols of heaven (subjects) ?
Our Father Who Art In Heaven Our Father who art in heaven, Hallowed be thy Name. Thy kingdom come. Thy will be done, On earth as it is in heaven. Give us this day our daily bread. And forgive us our trespasses, As we forgive those who trespass against us. And lead us not into temptation, But deliver us from evil. [For thine is the kingdom, and the power, and the glory, for ever and ever.] Amen. Source: the litany section of the U.S. Book of Common Prayer, 1928 edition.
Who art in heaven/thou art in heaven... Also to note, "thoughts, ideas, concepts, causes" good or virtuous causes" for the forces of good. Combating evil...
In the lords prayer... must be understood to mean appropriately in essence.. the same ideology as "the subjects petitioning the king/head of the English church" subjects is used to mean both US the English subjects and subject of the cause itself.. Where it is seeking "good remedy" over something bad, which is being complained about/brought to the attention of parliament/the king.. for Judgment/debate/cognition
The first three of the seven petitions in Matthew address God; the other four are related to human needs and concerns. The Matthew account alone includes the "Your will be done" and the "Rescue us from the evil one" (or "Deliver us from evil") petitions
In the BBC television series, Wolfhall, King Henry VIII has the English law changed to make him Head of the Protestant church (Church of England) taking authority from that time onwards over the Popes Authority in England. Except for the Catholic Church.
In this account it is yet another "Cromwell" Thomas. who plays a part in the unfolding events. The Law itself can take presidency over God. Then later we find an interesting turn of events where in the 1688 Bill of Rights... use of Petitioning to the King (head of the church) does protect one from the law. Thus Believe in the King for salvation of any subject and you will be saved.
In fact was Thomas Cromwell not an ancestor of Both Oliver and Richard Cromwell?
Therefore their part and influences on the 1688 Bill of Rights cannot be overlooked
Post by Administrator on Feb 16, 2020 17:15:54 GMT
Also, as we have explored in our previous material, there is a direct relationship between early law enforcement undertaken in fact by the actual public and a voluntary constable... As predating that the public themselves attending church and the good behaviour sermons of the local preists, vicar, bishop, pastor is within remote and far reaching networks.. the original and traditional means of obtaining results of good behaviour by each local parish area.
1688 Bill of Rights - The right to Petition - It is the Right of the Subjects to petition the Queen & all Commitments & Prosecutions for doing so are illegal.
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Feb 22, 2020 15:39:42 GMT