It’s Time To Stand Up & Unite
COMMON LAW IS THE GATEWAY TO YOUR RIGHTS.
If you do not know your rights, you have none.
What Is Common Law
— What Is Common Law?
Common Law is the gateway to Tribal/Natural Law, and it is our Inalienable Right.
Our Creator gives us our rights, and no earthly force can take those rights away without our consent.
By nature, every man, woman, and child is free, equal and sovereign, possessing the inherent knowledge of whatever is true and right.
This inherent gift endows all living souls with the inalienable right to establish self-governance and defend themselves against any tyranny or violence, including that inflicted by external authorities.
Any authority that rules unjustly or arbitrarily, without the free and uncoerced living soul’s consent, has lost its right to rule and can be lawfully overthrown.
— What Does Inalienable Mean?
Not subject to alienation; the characteristic of those things which cannot be bought or sold or transferred from one person, your God given rights it cannot be taken away from you unless you give consent
— Why Should You Become Involved
The WHY of the Common Law Community derives its authority from human beings themselves and from their capacity to know what is right and wrong and treat others in a just and fair manner
— Common Law is Common Sense
- Treat others as you want to be treated
- Cause no harm
- Cause no loss
- Be honourable in your agreements
- Integrity is the highest value
IT ALL BEGAN WITH YOUR STRAWMAN!
Your Strawman Is an Artificial Person
At the time of birth, each person is issued their own strawman, legally speaking. On a birth certificate, the name that appears is in all capital letters. This name is a person’s legal name. However, people often write their names using a combination of lowercase and capital letters, which is, legally speaking, a separate entity.
Even names appearing on official licenses, such as those issued for marriage, appear in capital letters (ALL CAPS). Until the time that a person (name in lowercase letters) reclaims their straw man (the name in all capitals), the state owns the name, not the person.