Should voting be restricted to people that work and pay taxes? in General Discussions Posted March 19, 2015 · Edited March 23, 2015 by Ms Macbeth Fixed quote tags You seem to think that there's some difference between an act of parliament and a law. You don't also believe in the "freeman on the land" nonsense do you? Didn't you know this? that is why you will here in a court something like "contrary to the road traffic act bla bla bla" (act of Paliment) and contrary to common law (criminal law). You will never go before the crown court for an act as these are held in a commercial court (A magistrate court) a sort of mixture between the county court and privet prosecutions held by the CPS (usualy criminal) and Councils (privet as they are a limited company) You can hire the court yourself if you have the cash and prosicute who ever you like However a magistrate can not operate in a commercial capacity if under oath and should only hear arguments put before the court. a referee if you will. A magistrate can however imprison someone if they surrender, create joinder or give consent to the court. And no i'm not a freeman you don't have to be a "freeman" to know your rights No Harm No Loss (including fraud) No injury No beach of the peace Stick to those principals and you will never be a criminal. everything else is just an act of parliament. a collar around the neck to keep people under control and in servitude. But hay your as free as you think you are right? oh and for a crime to be committed, there has to be an injured party.