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In 1707 Scottish politicians accepted a permanent dependency on Westminster robbing Scots of their freedom, turning them into metaphorical “numpties”, in violation of their unalienable right to liberty.

Chains and Slavery

The 1707 “Treaty of Union” contravenes the 1320 “Scottish Declaration of Independence” and is therefore illegal

The approval by Pope John XXII., created a precedence introducing the first ever “proto-declaration of independence” and established the principles of the “Unalienable Rights of Mankind.”

Recognition of these rights is not negotiable and any political governance explicitly devised to manufacture dependency on the state is universally deprecated and illegal.

The UK system of government formed in 1707, established political systems of control designed to systematically entice Scots to accept permanent dependency robbing them of their freedom, turning them into metaphorical “numpties”, clearly violating their unalienable right to liberty.

Every “numpty” answers to a master and the Westminster government manufactures servants of the state to support and impose its will on its “numpties” through the enforcement of involuntary servitude which is essentially slavery, and slaves are not free.

The Westminster government takes to itself all wealth generated by its “Scottish numpties” passing copious financial support to its appointed masters.

The “numpties” are are permitted, subject to whimsical changes, to retain only that which they need to survive. Westminster retains all power and authority.

Essential reading:

(http://protocriteria.com/index.php/2019/10/22/dependency/)


(https://scholar.harvard.edu/files/armitage/files/declarations_of_independence_ohila.pdf

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