Magna Carta 2020
The essence of Magna Carta 2020 can be summarised thus:
We are all born sovereign, with unalienable birthrights, and we are free to live life the way we choose, provided we don’t cause harm, injury, damage or loss to another.
MC2020 does not seek to replace the Common Law; it restores, reaffirms and replenishes it, at the very moment we need it most.
What is it?
A comprehensive declaration of the birthrights guaranteed by the Common Law.
Magna Carta 2020 [MC2020] was first signed by 22 Britons on 22 August 2020 CE, in front of 22 witnesses, by and for the people of Britain.
WHY do we need it?
The UK Parliament has committed Common Law wrongdoings against the People.
Thus MC2020 reaffirms that Sovereignty is naturally vested in the People, who are naturally endowed at birth with unalienable rights, which no government has the authority to suspend or impede.
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A Common Law Grand Jury has unanimously agreed that both Parliament and the government nullified all claims to legitimacy by breaching Articles 1 and 2 of the Declaration of Rights 1688 and the Bill of Rights 1689.
STILL have questions?
You might wonder why we need another Magna Carta, or whether or how we can replace the original document of 1215, or whether Article 61 is still valid, or indeed whether we even need a Magna Carta at all.
- Magna Carta 2020 was drafted in the genuine hope that everybody, from wheresoever they come, will one day soon be able to live their lives, on these shores of Britain and everywhere else, according to our ancient Universal Maxim of Common Law:
- Cause no harm, injury, damage or loss, but defend yourself, your family, your community and your property with all reasonable force necessary, from all those who seek to do you wrong.
Why do we need UCT Treaty and Magna Carta 2020?
Magna carta 2020 provides extra protection.
UCT through UCT Treaty has created the framework by which we can create and live in a better world for all humanity based on the principles of Natural Law.
UCT and UCT Treaty are more encompassing than Magna Carta 2020, and international (in fact, without borders).
On the other hand, Magna Carta 2020 is a specific instrument declared in response to the crimes against humanity in the name of covid-1984 by the UK Parliament and government.
Magna Carta 2020 recognises that the UK government’s claims to legitimacy are nullified, because they have breached articles 1 and 2 of the Declaration of Rights 1688 and the Bill of Rights 1689.
Magna Carta 2020 restores the Common Law for the people of the British Isles.