AND ONE WHO IS JUST OF HIS OWN FREE WILL SHALL NOT LACK OF HAPPINESS; AND HE WILL NEVER COME TO UTTER RUIN
Liberty is the condition of duty, the guardian of conscience. It grows as conscience grows. The domains of both grow together. Liberty is safety from all hindrances, even sin. So that Liberty ends by being Free Will.
The intuition of free will gives us the truth.
USEFUL TERMS –
Online Etymology Dictionary
Legal definition of Act
An Act can also be considered to bring about a charter or its continuation. An example of this –
The British East India Company
East India Company
Charter Act of 1793
Charter Act of 1813
The Federal and State Constitutions, Colonial Charters, and Other Organic … (1909)
In the interests of obtaining a better understanding in the affairs of man, a different approach, considered a more accurate approach, has been taken when looking at countries and governments. A continuation of this approach follows –
The United States Congress is a plenipotentiary-granting society for the members of its chartered instrumentalities (United States) –
Definition of grant
Etymology of grant
Definition of plenipotentiary
Etymology of plenipotentiary
Definition of instrumentality
Etymology of instrumentality
Any gathering or assembly of men and women, whether calling themselves a congress, a parliament, an assembly, and so on, all nevertheless, meet together as a group or association to further ‘their common interests’ in forming a society. ‘Their common interests’, is a phrasal term that relates to the members of the society only, who as ‘free-willed’ people, are free to choose to join the society as members, if it is open for them to join.
Those who do not wish to be a part of those ‘common interests’, are quite ‘free’ to reject them.
It is glaringly obvious, that this ‘society’ of men and women conform to the principles through which a corporation is created by charter. A Society of ‘anything’ is then – another synonym for a chartered corporation in line with the explanation given in –
Political Charters Create Corporate Countries As Fictions
The United States Congress as a society, can be said to have then gone on to create the United States as a chartered corporation, not forgetting that the members of that congress, being members of the United States Congress, were in fact congress members of colonial congresses.
Regardless of the private corporate congresses to which the members belonged, countries as fictions are created by political charters.
Finally, it must be noted that these organisations are to be considered as private, because not everyone necessarily would want to join them as members. And in that regard, their affairs would be their private business and therefore, would clearly not extend to non-members.
The excellent work by Veronica Chapman, given on page 41 of ‘Freedom Is More Than Just A 7-Letter Word’, Chapter 8: Societies & Statutes, illustrates the signifance of understanding the nature of societies. The work as a whole is a most insightful and worthwhile read.
Affairs Of A Notable Society (The United States Congress) –
United States Congressional Serial Set
Search Terms for http://www.archive.org –
*charter of the city of
*the charters of
Constitution (see above – *Category:Political charters)
*Charters as municipal constitutions (1973)
Coordinated Legal Technologies –
Secretaries of State
List of national constitutions
He who creates, grants, establishes;
Remains the owner, together with his assigns, of that which is created, granted, established
Legal definition of assigns
The Treaty of Rome – 25 March 1957
Bottom of page two reads –
‘HAVE DECIDED to create a European Economic Community and to this end have
designated as their Plenipotentiaries:’
NOTE. United Nations as a private chartered fictional corporate body is clearly open for other private chartered fictional corporate bodies to become members –
WORLD CHARTER SIGNED (1945)
CHARTERS OF THE UNITED NATIONS – PREAMBLE
Note. The preamble is significant, in that it shows that members are to be considered those whom have agreed to be members and, of course, membership cannot fall on those who have not. This aligns to the similar wording to be found in the preamble to ‘The United States Constitution’ –
Preamble to The United States Constitution –
‘We the people of the United States, …’
CHARTER OF THE UNITED NATIONS AND STATUTE OF THE INTERNATIONAL COURT OF JUSTICE
Member States of the United Nations
National Constitutions Are Formed Through Political Charters Creating Constitutional States –
List of national constitutions
Note. The question is, who owns government ? –
European Charter of Local Self-Government
OTHER RESOURCES –
Dating medieval English charters (January 11, 2013)
British borough charters, 1216-1307 (1923)
British borough charters, 1042-1216 (1913)
The federal and state constitutions, colonial charters, and other organic laws of the state, territories, and colonies now or heretofore forming the United States of America (1909)
Note. It must be remembered that when charters talk of freedom, within those very same charters, they may state the obvious. However, as private instruments of those who created them, joining or contracting to them, effectively restricts the freedoms of anyone doing so. Whether this is seen as admirable, is for the individual to decide –
Page 2 of ‘Charters of our freedom’, Chapter 1 The Nature of Freedom, we read from a fragment of the Magna Carta (Charter),
“Know ye that we by this our present Charter No freeman shall be seized…”
What is worth thinking about, is that a freeman is a freeman because he has no restrictions placed on his freewill in conformity with Natural Law, in so far as he does not cause injury to others and their property, and that he avoids reckless behaviour at the risk of causing injury or disruption to the well-being of others.
Once a freeman becomes party to a charter, his freedoms in conformity to freewill bestowed by Natural Law are restricted. It is for those who are party to a charter, to ensure that the restrictions placed on them by a charter do not extend to ‘freemen’.
Charters of our freedom ([n.d.])
The hiding of the charter (1900)
Municipal charters; a discussion of the essentials of a city charter, with forms or models for adoption (1914)
A Model City Charter and Municipal Home Rule (1916)
A model city charter and municipal home rule as prepared by the Committee on municipal program of the National municipal league (1916)
The Limitations of the Power of a State under a Reserved Right to Amend or Repeal Charters of Incorporation. (Continued from Page 47) (February 1, 1905)
Power of Municipalities to Amend Their Own Charters (May 1, 1914)
When Was The United States Founded?
The Dongan charter and present charter, together with laws of the state of New York applicable to the city of Albany, and the city laws and ordinances of the city of Albany .. (1896)
The Dongan Charter of the City of New York, 1686 (1686)
Charters of Freedom
The Charters of Freedom – Constitution
When Was The United States Founded?
The charter of the city of New York. Published pursuant to an order of Common Council, passed June 14th, 1819 (1819)
The Greater New York charter : submitted to the Legislature of the state of New York, on February 20, 1897, by the Commission appointed pursuant to chapter 488 of the laws of 1896 (1897])
Multilateral – CHARTER OF THE ORGANIZATION OF AMERICAN STATES (A-41)
PRINCE GEORGE’S COUNTY, MARYLAND
Congressional or Federal Charters: Overview and Enduring Issues
CHARTER OF PARIS FOR A NEW EUROPE – PARIS 1990
TREATY OF PARIS (disambiguation)
THE SIGNIFICANCE OF THE PARIS PEACE TREATY OF SEPTEMBER 30, 1783
Americans We Are SLAVES To The British Crown. The Paris Peace Treaty of 1783
Note. In the treaty Prince George the Third is described as the prince elector of the Holy Roman Empire etc., and of the United States –
Paris Peace Treaty 1783
The Paris Peace Treaty of September 30, 1783
Definition of Elector
Etymology of “kur”
Definition of elector – etymology
The Treaty of Paris, A.D 1783
“Knowledge is Freedom” – James Montgomery