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In the current context of “Operation Coronavirus” there has been a growing interest in the potential of the common law as a means to assert rights and force a court action to hold the British government to account. There have been attempts made by Michael O Bernicia and Simon Dolan. Unsurprisingly, both of these are currently stuck in the quagmire of the UK legal system.
However it is never too late to learn about the ways and means to act with increased confidence in all your interactions with the state. It is considered a key part of knowing ones rights to be able to distinguish them from Benefit privileges that are handed out by governments and therefore have strings attached. All of this and much more is discussed in this weeks podcast interview with David Adelman.
Understanding the Common Law
I would warn against anyone considering any of this stuff a silver bullet, but it is all adds up to a very worth while education. It is crucial to know where you stand with regards to the relationship you find yourself in with your government. It is also essential to understand the nature of commerce, understand the implication of your NAME, and also to be aware of trusts and the advantages of doing things in the private rather than the public.
The common law is essential knowledge in the current context, but it cannot work against brute force of governments. It can only work in a context of reason. If a burglar breaks into your house using force to steel your stuff will you be able to reason with him? If a foreign invading army is conquering a land can it be reasoned with? Obviously not in either case. this is further proof why mysticism must be rejected. It is the opposite of reason, the belief that reasons are unnecessary. The best way to support reason is to learn about “Objectivism”, the philosophy of Ayn Rand.
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