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"Rise like Lions"

Rise like Lions after slumber

In unvanquished number -

Shake your chains to earth like dew

Which in sleep had fallen on you -

Ye are many. . .
- Percy Bysshe Shelley

Hundreds of people who believe in the "rights and liberties" enshrined in the British Constitution turned out to support justice under British common law and Magna Carta. Specifically they turned out to support Roger Hayes of the British Constitution Group who is fighting a council tax he calls unconstitutional in a court in Birkenhead.

The BCG claim the right to lawful rebellion under Article 61 of Magna Carta . They contend that their rights and liberties have not been protected by Parliament, which has made Great Britain a fiefdom of the European Union; have not been defended by the courts which have slept long and deeply during attacks on the Constitution; and have not been shielded by The Queen, who has given her Royal Assent to the unconstitutional transfer of British sovereignty to the EU.

Rise like lions, no matter that ye may not be many. In the beginning of common law, in the beginning of Magna Carta, in the beginning of freedom of religious conscience, in the beginning of the abolition of the slave trade and slavery, in the beginning of the British Bill of Rights, there were not many. There were only a few and true.

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