History in the making at Birkenhead…
This was a declaration of lawful INTENT, an expression of rights… In a nutshell, a wonderful (if noisy) revocation on the State’s presumed legitimacy to rule! We only want a fair playing field, one law for all… surely not an unreasonable goal?
Here is a very different form of protest, not a protest – an assertion of Man’s true standing, a revocation, a rebuttal of a system hopelessly corrupt. ‘Judge’ Michael Peake was ‘civilly arrested‘ for treason, he failed to produce the warrant he claimed on the record to hold under the Queen, nor did he affirm his standing on his oath of office, time and again refusing to acknowledge his oath with its ascribed duties and obligations. Administrative law, not justice.
Also details emerging of a sheriff not exercising his obliged duties (full story on that bombshell to come out in time, and it’s massive), and police behaving very well it seems, and yet still protecting a criminal at large – aiding and abetting his “rescue” – or if you prefer “importing” aid and comfort to the enemy…
The mainstream media are telling us 300 supporters on the ground in support of lawful rebellion, less jaded eyes say it could have been far more that turned out to support Roger Hayes defend himself from an utterly corrupt and morally bereft judiciary, and in the process ‘civilly arrest’ the Judge, Michael Peake and Seize the court – which was held for almost an hour.
Lawful Rebellion in action, but the BBC of course attempts to downplay its importance, this will not be a story to be swept away so easy as they may wish.
Intruders have tried to arrest a judge after storming into a courtroom on Merseyside.
The activists went into the room at Birkenhead County Court while about 300 protesters gathered outside the building.
The incident is believed to be related to a bankruptcy hearing at the court.
A Ministry of Justice spokesman said police were called to deal with the incident and the intruders had since left the building.
Streets surrounding the courtroom have been closed.
A leaflet handed out by the demonstrators said they were trying to seize the building “in defence of our freedoms and liberties as provided for under section 61 of Magna Carta”.
Merseyside Police said two people had been arrested for assaulting police and breach of the peace, while four others had been arrested for breach of the peace.
Outside the “Event” the police were not so pleasant…
A more in depth report to follow.