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DON’T only WORK for MONEY

DON’T only WORK for MONEY

  This is an alternative approach to beating the system for those less radical than I am. This idea was initially formed 18 months ago and I’ve revived it for two reasons, firstly due to the idea by Victor Teck that people should work for free as outlined in his Video on this site under […]

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LAW OVERVIEW

LAW OVERVIEW

  This section deals with the legal system we live under. I was a practising solicitor for ten years but when I started to question the world we live in and the rules we live under I started to think about the legal system in greater detail. When I was producing my legal advice radio […]

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The POWER of BOYCOTT

The POWER of BOYCOTT

  In the article “Why Protests are Futile” I tried to show that protests rarely, if ever, achieve the desired aims. I hope you too saw how protests are routinely ignored by any government; because the will of the people simply does not matter. Further the government will use their civilian army which is the […]

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Why PROTESTS are FUTILE

Why PROTESTS are FUTILE

  What I propose to do is show why protests rarely, if ever, make any change to government policy. I will detail some of the largest protest movements to show that the will of the people made no difference to the policies of the government, except in very few cases. Suffrage and democracy  Chartists were […]

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WHY OBEY THE LAW?

WHY OBEY THE LAW?

  Why do people obey the “law?” Think about that question for a moment. What is it that makes the majority of people obey the law? Where does the mass perception come from that you must obey the law? Because being conditioned to obey has come from somewhere and it’s something which is instilled into […]

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CAPITAL PUNISHMENT in the UK

CAPITAL PUNISHMENT in the UK

  Capital Punishment in the UK was used from the creation of the State in the Act of Union 1707 until the practice was abolished in 1998, so that’s nearly three hundred years of legalised state murder, or as they call it capital punishment. The last state execution in the UK took place in 1964. […]

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Hidden background of the LAWMAKERS

Hidden background of the LAWMAKERS

  This is a historical view on the lawmakers, which is not what you’d be taught at school. There is an agenda to misconstrue history in the education system to tell us what they want us to believe. If people are not taught the truth so don’t know real history then it’s easier to deceive […]

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The “Law” on HUMAN RIGHTS

The “Law” on HUMAN RIGHTS

  Within the legal system the government has been generous enough to give us human rights. Now I don’t know about you but the fact of being born a human being means we have rights as human beings, we certainly don’t need a group to tell us we have rights. But the government, who’s given […]

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Legal Definitions “W”

Legal Definitions “W”

  Waiver – 1) is the act of abandoning or refraining from asserting a legal right 2) or variation of a contract. Ward of Court – 1) A child under the care of a guardian (appointed by the parents or the court), who exercises rights and duties over the child subject to the general control […]

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Legal Definitions “U” and “V”

Legal Definitions “U” and “V”

  Legal Definitions “U” **Uberrimae fidei – [Latin: ~ of the utmost good faith] Describing a class of contracts in which one party has a preliminary duty to disclose material facts relevant to the subject matter of the other party. Nondisclosure makes the contract voidable.  Undue influence – is influence that prevents someone from exercising […]

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