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A free man named Peter
No one has the right to obey
(Hannah Arendt 1906-
Above, is a most profound statement. I wonder how many readers absorbed it? I suspect that only those who truly believe they are a sovereign being will take it on board.
Think about it.
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A couple of weeks ago, walking on my way home from a morning visit to the post office, I smiled and greeted an elderly man walking towards me. He smiled and greeted back and we stopped to chat. I had no idea who he might be and he didn't know me.
In no time at all we were talking like long lost neighbours and we were on the same wavelength. His name is Peter. He is 90 years old and he has lived in our town all his life; married and raised children, and only ever had two jobs, one of which was at our local parchment manufacturer. (The other, I think, when he went to war).
The parchment making company is well known in those circles where making parchment and vellum is important for such things as recording and archiving of laws and statutes. I imagine it to be a damp and smelly job and not very appealing.
No matter what I thought, Peter, clearly, had lived his life with an attitude towards liberty and in the pursuit of happiness that many might envy -
Peter instinctively rejected EU and all it represents. (How quickly and easily we can find common ground). He even went so far as to decry the privatisation of our water, gas and electricity supplies . . . privatised by external (foreign) companies, he noted. We nodded agreement to that, too.
(A THOUGHT: If water is necessary for life, why are we required to pay for it? And if we fail to pay, are the private suppliers entitled to withhold this necessity for life? Surely, if payment must be made for necessary technology and manpower it should be made by the community for the common good. Shouldn't it?) But I digress.
People walked past us and greeted Peter as they did so. The man is not unknown in his own community. I could so easily have walked back into town alongside him and taken him to a coffee shop to continue our conversation. But you don't do that kind of thing, do you?
He talked for a while about a hoity-
I had to smile. I think he challenged the farmer to say who had got it right after all.
I want to meet Peter again.
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In my humble opinion, the events of recent days in London and elsewhere, highlight the foolishness of so many people with our attitudes to ways of living; they bring the spotlight to bear on the fact that, generally, we continue to do as we've always done, yet strangely, we expect results to be different. You must admit THAT is strange.
Theresa May has yet to trigger Article 50 but, somehow, there are still those among us who think that walking the streets shouting abuse and waving placards is the way to draw attention to their disagreement with imminent events. Before anything has happened! Will someone please enlighten me as to how any of that does anything to change anything or any onlooker's mind? It doesn't.
It shows only that the participants are angry, frustrated, possibly frightened, probably out of work and very definitely of the opinion that 'I'm right, you are wrong'. Looked at from this perspective, they aren't likely to persuade anyone in the palaces of Westminster to pay much attention other than to take steps to ensure their own safety.
I'm mindful of some of the words of Mahatma Gandhi:
OR, as we at MK Column assert
We are sovereign beings, therefore
CAUSE NO HARM
I think Peter might agree.
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Over recent months I've touched upon the folly of 'I'm right, you are wrong'; I mentioned the word 'consent' once but failed to later expand my thinking in that regard -
In the meantime and in conclusion:
• Are you going to stand idly by and allow our tried and tested Trial by Jury Common Law
Constitution to be airbrushed from our country’s annals?
• Are you happy that Magna Carta, our exemplary, world-
Constitution, is being downgraded to the sidelines of history by our treasonous political class?
• Are you going to allow greedy, corrupt and agenda-
political parties to micro-
entrapment and outright fraud?
• Doesn’t it bother you that the criminal financiers in the City of London and their private central bankers fraudulently control your life by putting you and your family into unlawful debt?
• Do you want to see the likes of Tony Blair and John Major derailing and reversing the
Brexit decision to leave the corrupt and fascist EU?
• Are you prepared to see our armed services shrunk to a level where they can no longer defend our freedoms and sovereignty?
• Are you going to allow the elderly, the sick and the vulnerable in our society to be treated as second class citizens by not giving them the care and attention they so rightfully deserve?
• And are you going to allow children to be continued to be abused by Establishment-
• Your answer to ALL these questions will certainly be a resounding “NO!”
Following on from the success of The Winchester Declaration, We the People are now
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A Musing Michael