itccs.org | Taking the Law into Our own Hands: A Fine and Necessary Tradition in the Face of TyrannyQuicklink submitted by Joan Mootry Permalink
|1000 years ago, a common law existed to ensure security for our ancestors. Called the 'Hundreds Court', this law was of and by the people, not the distant power calling itself the 'Crown'. Today a small ruling elite assaults our traditional rights because they essentially own the law and use it for their own benefit. One clear proof of this is the massive protection given by courts around the world to the child-raping clergy and their corporate church institutions. Invoking the 'Hundreds' tradition, the INTERNATIONAL COMMON LAW COURT OF JUSTICE has been formed in the matter of Canadian Genocide, seeking reparation for crimes against humanity by those who murdered generations of children in the name of their Christian religion. (Note by Quick Link submitter: This international court is implicating the Vatican and Crown.)|
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