The Declaration of Rights of 1688 is rarely talked about. Why? It is a contract in law that Sir William Blackstone wrote of. It gives subjects of the realm of England rights, it was this negotiation and the offer of the throne and acceptance that created the contract (English law maxim, offer and acceptance = contract). This declaration provided the basis of The Bill of Rights 1688, it confirmed unalienable rights that pre-existed (i.e RKBA) and created new rights.
Why is this important?
- The “declaration” cannot be repealed by parliament (and nor can Magna Carta 1215, a Constitutional Contract and/or Treaty). It allows for further and deeper remedies in English law than just that of The Bill of Rights 1688 (a Constitutional Statute). i.e Belt and Braces.
- Specific performance
- Restitutionary awards
Why do they not talk about it?
- Because it is very powerful and they would rather you not know!
- The Bill of Rights 1688. Your Rights, forever!
- The Coronation Oath Act 1688.
The Coronation Oath Act is binding “through-out” Her Majesties Reign. Why is that important? This Oath binds the Monarch to protect us and our ancient, laws and customs. Magna Carta 1215 (the original). Parliament cannot repeal the Magna Carta 1215. It is OUT of their jurisdiction and a “contract” treaty between The People and The Monarch.
Parliament are rewriting the The Coronation Oath Act 1688, “without your knowledge”. Why “without your knowledge”? Because they know its illegal and a constitutional change, they are subverting the English Constitution, a serious criminal offence.