COMMON LAW COURTS
Man is born free, but everywhere he is in chains.” That fact has altered little over the centuries. But the chains of oppression over much of our species have been forged through the weapons of violence and ignorance, and they can be undone.
Long before any rulers held sway over humanity, men and women established customs and laws among themselves to ensure their peace and liberties as free, self-governing people. They did so from an inherent recognition of a Natural law of Equality or Divine law whereby no one has any right to dominate or rule over others, to seize more of creation than another, or to own any part of a world given equally to all people.
It is the Principle of Creation that every child born is endowed with unalienable qualities and prerogatives that no authority, law, government or religion can diminish or abolish. Any power that attempts to do so is tyrannical and illegitimate, even if it operates according to its own laws – for such tyranny is a denial of the natural order and an attack upon divinity and humanity.
COMMON LAW COURTS IN AUSTRALIA
Establishing and maintaining Common Law Courts in Australia
The mandate to establish Common Law Courts is derived from the sovereignty of the people as a whole, and not from any particular political system or government. Common Law Courts are therefore universal, not constricted by customary borders or laws, and possess the jurisdictional competence to adjudicate any issue or grievance. Common Law Courts are not subject to and do not recognize any other legal or political authority, immunity or privilege, like those routinely claimed by heads of churches and states.